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Kotanen, Peter M. (2007) Effects of fungal seed pathogens under conspecific and heterospecific trees in a temperate forest Canadian Journal of Botany 85:918-925.
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Fletcher, Q.E., and R. Boonstra. (2006) Impact of live trapping on stress response of the meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus). Journal of Zoology. 270:473-478.
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Agrawal, A.A. (2005) Natural selection on common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) by a community of specialized insect herbivores. Evolutionary Ecology Research: 7:651-667.
Agrawal, A.A., P.M. Kotanen, C.E. Mitchell, J. Klironomos, A.G. Power, and W. Godsoe (2005) Enemy release? An experiment with congeneric plant pairs and diverse above- and belowground enemies. Ecology 86: 2979-2989.
Baltzer, J.L., and S.C. Thomas (2005) Leaf optical responses to light and soil nutrient levels in temperate deciduous trees. American Journal of Botany 92: 214-223.
Conner, J.K. and A.A. Agrawal (2005) Mechanisms of constraints: The contributions of selection and genetic variance to the maintenance of cotyledon number in wild radish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 238-242.
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Genton, B.J., J.A. Shykoff and T. Giraud (2005). High genetic diversity in French invasive populations of common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, as a result of multiple sources of introduction. Molecular Ecology 14:4275-4285.
Johnson, M.T.J. and A.A. Agrawal (2005). Plant genotype and the environment interact to shape a diverse arthropod community on evening primrose (Oenothera biennis). Ecology 86: 874-885.
Kurashige, N.S. and A.A. Agrawal (2005) Phenotypic plasticity to light competition and herbivory in Chenopodium album (Chenopodiaceae). American Journal of Botany 92: 21-26.
Rodriguez-Saona, C. and J.S. Thaler. (2005) Herbivore-induced responses and patch heterogeneity affect abundance of arthropods on plants. Ecological Entomology 30: 156-163.
Viswanathan, D.V., A.J.T. Narwani, and J.S. Thaler (2005) Specificity in induced plant responses shapes patterns of herbivore occurrence on Solanum dulcamara. Ecology 86: 886-896.
Wolfe B.E. and J.N. Klironomos (2005) Breaking new ground: soil communities and exotic plant invasion. Bioscience 55: 477-487.
Agrawal, A.A. (2004) Plant defense and density dependence in the population growth of herbivores. American Naturalist 164: 113-120.
Agrawal, A.A. (2004) Resistance and susceptibility of milkweed to herbivore attack: Consequences of competition, root herbivory, and plant genetic variation. Ecology 85: 2118-2133.
Agrawal, A.A., J.K. Conner, and J.R. Stinchcombe (2004) Evolution of plant resistance and tolerance to frost damage. Ecology Letters 7: 1199-1208.
Agrawal, A.A., N. Underwood, and J.R. Stinchcombe (2004) Intraspecific variation in the strength of density dependence in aphid populations. Ecological Entomology 29: 521-526.
Barrett, R.D.H. and A.A. Agrawal (2004) Interactive effects of genotype, environment and ontogeny on resistance of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) to the generalist herbivore, Spodoptera exigua. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30: 37-51.
Griffin, S.R. and S.C.H. Barrett (2004) Genetic variation in Trillium erectum (Melanthiaceae), a widespread forest herb in eastern North America. Canadian Journal of Botany 82: 316-321.
Griffin, S.R. and S.C.H. Barrett (2004) Post-glacial history of Trillium grandiflorum (Melianthaceae) in eastern North America: inferences from phylogeography. American Journal of Botany 91: 465-473.
O’Hanlon-Manners, D.L. and P.M. Kotanen (2004) Evidence that fungal pathogens inhibit recruitment of a shade-intolerant tree, White Birch (Betula papyrifera), in understory habitats. Oecologia 140: 650-653.
O’Hanlon-Manners, D.L. and P.M. Kotanen (2004) Logs as refuges from fungal pathogens for seeds of Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis). Ecology 85: 284-289.
Schafer, M. and P.M. Kotanen (2004) Impacts of naturally-occurring soil fungi on seeds of meadow plants. Plant Ecology 17: 19-35.
Thaler, J.S., B. Owen, and V.J. Higgins (2004) The role of the jasmonate response in plant susceptibility to diverse pathogens with a range of lifestyles. Plant Physiology 135: 530-538.
Van Zandt, P.A. and A.A. Agrawal (2004) Community-wide impacts of herbivore-induced plant responses in milkweed (Asclepias syriaca). Ecology 85: 2616-2629.
Van Zandt, P.A. and A.A. Agrawal (2004) Specificity of induced plant responses to specialist herbivores of the common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca. Oikos 104: 401-409.
Agrawal, A.A. and P.M. Kotanen (2003) Herbivores and the success of exotic plants: a phylogenetically controlled experiment. Ecology Letters 6: 1-4.
Agrawal, A.A. and P.A. Van Zandt (2003) Ecological play in the coevolutionary theater: Genetic and environmental determinants of attack by a specialist weevil on milkweed. Journal of Ecology 91: 1049-1059.
Bennett, A.M.R. (2003) Host location behaviour in Pelecinus polyturator (Hymenoptera: Pelecinidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 134: 131-134.
Dorken, M.E. and S.C.H. Barrett (2003) Life-history differentiation and the maintenance of monoecy and dioecy in Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). Evolution 57: 1973-1988.
Rotem, K. and A.A. Agrawal (2003) Density dependent population growth of the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae, on the host plant Leonurus cardiaca. Oikos 103: 559-565.
Schafer, M. and P.M. Kotanen (2003) The influence of soil moisture on losses of buried seeds to fungi. Acta Oecologica 24: 255-263.
Blaney, C.S. and P.M. Kotanen (2002) Persistence in the seed bank: an experimental comparison of native and alien plants. Écoscience 9: 509-517.
Griffin, S.R. and S.C.H. Barrett (2002) Factors affecting low seed : ovule ratios in a spring woodland herb, Trillium grandiflorum (Melanthiaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 163: 581-590.
Blaney, C.S. and P.M. Kotanen (2001) Effects of fungal pathogens on seeds of native and exotic plants: a test using congeneric pairs. Journal of Applied Ecology 38: 1104-1113.
Blaney, C.S. and P.M. Kotanen (2001) Post-dispersal losses to seed predators: an experimental comparison of native and exotic old field plants. Canadian Journal of Botany 79: 284-292.
Sage, T.L., S.R. Griffin, V. Pontieri, P. Drobac, W.W. Cole, and S.C.H. Barrett (2001) Stigmatic self-incompatibility and mating patterns in Trillium grandiflorum and T. erectum (Melanthiaceae). Annals of Botany 88: 829-841.
Darling, D.C. (1999) Life history and immature stages of Steffanolampus salicetum (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Perilampidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 130: 3-14.
Wright, S.I. and S.C.H. Barrett (1999) Size-dependent gender modification in an hermaphroditic perennial herb. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 266: 225-232.