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Taft CE.  1939.  Additions to the algae of Michigan. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 66:77-85.
Taggart MW.  1912.  On the factors that determine the location of the borings of the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker on the paper birch. Science. 35:461(Abstr.
S. Talbot B.  1934.  A description of four new trematodes of the subfamily Reniferinae with a discussion of the systematics of the subfamily. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 53:40-56.
Talbot M.  1948.  A comparison of two ants of the genus Formica. Ecology. 29:316-325.
S. Talbot B.  1936.  Studies on schistosome dermatitis. II. Morphological and life history studies on three dermatitis-producing schistosome cercariae, C. elvae Miller, 1923, C. stagnicolae n. sp., and C. physellae n. sp. American Journal of Hygiene. 23:372-384.
Talbot M.  1946.  Daily fluctuations in aboveground activity of three species of ants. Ecology. 27:65-70.
S. Talbot B.  1933.  Life history studies on trematodes of the subfamily Reniferinae. Parasitology. 25:518-545.
Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS, Burton AJames.  2011.  No evidence that chronic nitrogen additions increase photosynthesis in mature sugar maple forests. Ecological Applications. 21(7):2413-2424.
Talhelm AF, Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS, Campione MA.  2013.  Chronic nitrogen deposition reduces the abundance of dominant forest understory and groundcover species. Forest Ecology and Management. 293:39-48.
Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS, Burton AJames, Zak DR.  2012.  Air pollution and the changing biogeochemistry of northern forests. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. :110622071548013.
Talhelm AF.  2011.  Long-term global change effects on forest biogeochemistry in the north-central United States. Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science. Doctor of Philosophy:183pp..
Tallman RJ.  1975.  Epilimnion circulation in North Fishtail Bay, Douglas Lake, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 7:397-408.
Tan D, Faloona I, Simpas J.B, Brune WH, Shepson PB, Couch TL, Sumner ALouise, Carroll MAnne, Thornberry TDean, Apel EC et al..  2001.  HOx budgets in a deciduous forest: results from the PROPHET summer 1998 campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,407-24,427.
Tao L, Hunter MD.  2014.  Effects of soil nutrients on the sequestration of plant defence chemicals by the specialist insect herbivore, Danaus plexippus. Ecological Entomology.
Tao L, Berns AR, Hunter MD.  2014.  Why does a good thing become too much? Interactions between foliar nutrients and toxins determine performance of an insect herbivore Functional Ecology. 28(1):190-196.
D. Tate J, Jr. JLTate.  1970.  Mating behavior of the Common Loon. The Auk. 87:125-130.
Taylor J, LeVee GJ, Hollingsworth PJ, Bigelow WC.  1976.  Sporopollenin and major mineral constituents of the spores, elaters, and capsule wall of Conocephalum conicum. Michigan Botanist. 15:167-172.
Taylor J.  1972.  The habitat and orientation of capsules of Buxbaumia aphylla in the Douglas Lake region of Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 11:70-73.
Taylor K.  2011.  Marginalia for a Natural History. :45pp..
Teeri JA.  1988.  Interaction of temperature and other environmental variables influencing plant distribution. Plants and Temperature. :77-89.
Teeri JA, Schoeller D.A.  1979.  13C values of an herbivore and the ratio of C3 to C4 plant carbon in its diet. Oecologia. 39:197-200.
Teeri JA.  1981.  Stable carbon isotope analysis of mosses and lichens growing in xeric and moist habitats. The Bryologist. 84:82-84.
Teeri JA.  1992.  The soil biotron: an underground research laboratory. Inventive Minds: Creativity in Technology. :142-153.
Tenhunen JD, Lange O.L, Harley P.C, Meyer A., Gates DM.  1980.  The diurnal time course of net photosynthesis of soybean leaves: analysis with a physiologically based steady-state photosynthesis model. Oecologia. 46:314-321.
Tenhunen JD, Meyer A., Lange O.L, Gates DM.  1980.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. V. Test of the applicability of a steady-state model to description of net photosynthesis of Prunus armeniaca under field conditions. Oecologia. 45:147-155.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Filipek LH, Gates DM.  1977.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. III. Carbon dioxide and oxygen dependencies. Oecologia. 30:189-207.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1976.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. II. Analysis of a data set describing the PM surface. Oecologia. 26:101-119.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1979.  Solubility of gases and the temperature dependency of whole leaf affinities for carbon dioxide and oxygen. Plant Physiology. 63:916-923.
Tenhunen JD, Gates DM.  1975.  Light intensity and leaf temperature as determining factors in diffusion resistance. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :213-225.
Tenhunen JD, Westrin S.S.  1979.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. IV. Wholeplot - whole leaf photosynthesis in response to four independent variables. Oecologia. 41(2):145-162.
Tenhunen JD, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1976.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications I. Theory. Oecologia. 26:89-100.
Tenhunen JD, Hesketh J.D, Gates DM.  1980.  Leaf photosynthesis models. Predicting Photosynthesis for Ecosystem Models. 1:123-181.
Test FH, Heatwole HFranklin.  1962.  Nesting sites of the Red-backed Salamander, Plethodon cinereus, in Michigan. Copeia. :206-207.
Test FH, McCann RG.  1976.  Foraging behavior of Bufo americanus tadpoles in response to high densities of microorganisms. Copeia. 3:576-578.
Test FH.  1952.  Spread of the black phase of the Red-backed Salamander in Michigan. Evolution. 6:197-203.
Test FH, Vandegrift ER.  1954.  Reaction of Chipping Sparrows to displaced nestlings. The Wilson Bulletin. 66(3):216-217.
Thacker RW, Hazlett BA, Esman LA, Stafford CP, Keller TAllen.  1993.  Color morphs of the crayfish Orconectes virilis. The American Midlands Naturalist. 129:182-199.
Thieret JW.  1977.  Life-forms in the Michigan flora. Michigan Botanist. 16:27-33.
Thomann TG, Hryciw RD.  1992.  Stiffness and strength changes in cohesionless soils due to disturbance. Canadian Geotechnical Journal. 29:853-861.
Thomann TG.  1990.  Stiffness and strength changes in cohesionless soils due to stress history and dynamic disturbance. Doctor of Philosophy:183pp..
Thomas LJ.  1941.  The life cycle of Ophiotaenia perspicua LaRue, a cestode of snakes. Revista de Medicina Tropical y Parasitologia, Bacteriologia, Clinica y Laboratorio. 7:74-78.
Thomas LJ, Quastler H.  1950.  Preliminary report of X-ray effects on the nematode Rhabditis strongyloides. Science. 112:356-357.
Thomas LJ.  1946.  New pseudophyllidean cestodes from the Great Lakes Region. I. Diphyllobothrium oblongatum n. sp. from gulls. Journal of Parasitology. 32:1-6.
Thomas LJ.  1937.  Bothriocephalus rarus n. sp., a cestode from the newt, Triturus viridescens Raf. Journal of Parasitology. 23:119-132.
Thomas LJ.  1931.  Notes on the life history of Ophiotaenia saphena from Rana clamitans Latr. Journal of Parasitology. 17:187-195.
Thomas LJ.  1934.  Cercaria sphaerula n. sp. from Helisoma trivolvis infecting Cyclops. Journal of Parasitology. 20:285-290.
Thomas LJ.  1932.  Cercaria sphaerula n. sp., infesting Cyclops. Journal of Parasitology. 19:165(Abstr.
Thomas LJ.  1944.  Researches in life histories of parasites of wildlife. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science. 37:7-24.
Thomas PM, Legault RO.  1967.  The effects of industrial wastes from Charmin Paper Products Company on fish of the Cheboygan River drainage system. Water Research. 1:217-229.
Thomas DC, Zak DR, Filley TR.  2012.  Chronic N deposition does not apparently alter the biochemical composition of forest floor and soil organic matter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 54:7-13.
Thomas LJ.  1929.  Philometra nodulosa nov. spec. with notes on the life history. Journal of Parasitology. 15:193-198.
Thomas LJ.  1939.  Life cycle of a fluke, Halipegus eccentricus n. sp., found in the ears of frogs. Journal of Parasitology. 25:207-221.
Thomas LJ.  1949.  Interrelations of Diphyllobothrium with fish-eating birds of northern Lake Michigan. Journal of Parasitology. 35(6, Sec. 2):27.
Thomas LJ.  1937.  A new source of Diphyllobothrium infection. Science. 85:119.
Thomas PM, Bromley DD.  1968.  The establishment of aquatic vegetation in and around artificial fish shelters in Douglas Lake, Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 80:551-554.
Thomas LJ.  1930.  Rhigonema nigella spec. nov., a nematode and its plant commensal, Enterobrus sp? from the milliped Journal of Parasitology. 17:30-34.
Thomas LJ.  1946.  Black fly incubator-aerator cabinet. Science. 103:21-22.
Thomas LJ.  1934.  Further studies on the life cycle of a frog tapeworm Ophiotaenia saphena Osler. Journal of Parasitology. 20:291-294.
Thomas LJ.  1937.  Environmental relations and life history of the tapeworm Bothriocephalus rarus Thomas. Journal of Parasitology. 23:133-152.
Thomas PM, Legault RO, Carpenter GF.  1968.  Durability and efficiency of brush shelters installed in 1937 in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Journal of Wildlife Management. 32:515-520.
Thomas LJ.  1930.  Notes on the life history of Haplobothrium globuliforme Cooper, a tape worm of Amia calva L. Journal of Parasitology. 16:140-145.
Thomas GJean.  1955.  Some aspects of the biology of Sphaerium (musculium) partumeum (Say). Doctor of Philosophy:70pp..
Thomas LJ.  1947.  The life cycle of Diphyllobothrium oblongatum Thomas, a tapeworm of gulls. Journal of Parasitology. 33:107-117.
Thomsen J, Bohrer G, Matheny A, Ivanov V, He L, Renninger H, Schäfer K.  2013.  Contrasting Hydraulic Strategies during Dry Soil Conditions in Quercus rubra and Acer rubrum in a Sandy Site in Michigan. Forests. 4(4):1106-1120.
Thornberry TDean, Carroll MAnne, Keeler GJ, Sillman S, Bertman SB, Pippin MR, Ostling K, Grossenbacher JW, Shepson PB, Cooper OR et al..  2001.  Observations of reactive oxidized nitrogen and speciation of NOy during the PROPHET summer 1998 intensive. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D20):24,359-24,386.
Thornberry TDean.  2001.  Observations of reactive nitrogen and ozone at a rural site in Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:110pp..
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C. Tracy R.  1977.  Minimum size of mammalian homeotherms: role of the thermal environment. Science. 198:1034-1035.
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Treitel O.  1943.  The elasticity, breaking stress, and breaking strain of the horizontal rhizomes of species of Equisetum. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 46:122-132.
Treitel O.  1946.  Elasticity, plasticity, and fine structure of plant cell walls. Journal of Colloid Science. 1(4):327-370.
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