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    1. Hamilton, JG; Zangerl, AR; DeLucia, EH; Berenbaum, MR
      The carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis: its rise and fall

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    2. Fortin, M; Mauffette, Y
      Forest edge effects on the biological performance of the forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera : Lasiocampidae) in sugar maple stands

      ECOSCIENCE
    3. Bezemer, TM; Knight, KJ
      Unpredictable responses of garden snail (Helix aspersa) populations to climate change

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    4. Hodkinson, ID; Bird, JM; Hill, JK; Baxter, R
      Host plant growth characteristics as determinants of abundance and phenology in jumping plant-lice on downy willow

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    5. Ruuhola, TM; Sipura, M; Nousiainen, O; Tahvanainen, J
      Systemic induction of salicylates in Salix myrsinifolia (Salisb.)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    6. Gielen, B; Ceulemans, R
      The likely impact of rising atmospheric CO2 on natural and managed Populus: a literature review

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    7. Lindroth, RL; Kopper, BJ; Parsons, WFJ; Bockheim, JG; Karnosky, DF; Hendrey, GR; Pregitzer, KS; Isebrands, JG; Sober, J
      Consequences of elevated carbons dioxide and ozone for foliar chemical composition and dynamics in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) and paper birch (Betula papyrifera)

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    8. Coyle, DR; McMillin, JD; Hall, RB; Hart, ER
      Cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae) larval performance on eight Populus clones

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    9. Lindroth, RL; Roth, S; Nordheim, EV
      Genotypic variation in response of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) to atmospheric CO2 enrichment

      OECOLOGIA
    10. Erwin, EA; Turner, MG; Lindroth, RL; Romme, WH
      Secondary plant compounds in seedling and mature aspen (Populus tremuloides) in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    11. Lindroth, RL
      Adaptations of quaking aspen for defense against damage by herbivores and related environmental agents

      SUSTAINING ASPEN IN WESTERN LANDSCAPES: SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
    12. Bjorkman, C; Bengtsson, B; Haggstrom, H
      Localized outbreak of a willow leaf beetle: plant vigor or natural enemies?

      POPULATION ECOLOGY
    13. Williams, RS; Norby, RJ; Lincoln, DE
      Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature-grown red and sugar maple on gypsymoth performance

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    14. Andersson, FO; Agren, GI; Fuhrer, E
      Sustainable tree biomass production

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    15. Osier, TL; Hwang, SY; Lindroth, RL
      Effects of phytochemical variation in quaking aspen Populus tremuloides clones on gypsy moth Lymantria dispar performance in the field and laboratory

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    16. Osier, TL; Hwang, SY; Lindroth, RL
      Within- and between-year variation in early season phytochemistry of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) clones

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    17. Kozlov, MV; Haukioja, E; Kovnatsky, EF
      Uptake and excretion of nickel and copper by leaf-mining larvae of Eriocrania semipurpurella (Lepidoptera : Eriocraniidae) feeding on contaminated birch foliage

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    18. Hemming, JDC; Lindroth, RL
      Effects of phenolic glycosides and protein on gypsy moth (Lepidoptera : Lymantriidae) and forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera : Lasiocampidae) performance and detoxication activities

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    19. Couteaux, MM; Bolger, T
      Interactions between atmospheric CO2 enrichment and soil fauna

      PLANT AND SOIL
    20. Larsson, S; Ekbom, B; Bjorkman, C
      Influence of plant quality on pine sawfly population dynamics

      OIKOS
    21. Bjorkman, C
      Interactive effects of host resistance and drought stress on the performance of a gall-making aphid living on Norway spruce

      OECOLOGIA
    22. Mangione, AM; Dearing, MD; Karasov, WH
      Interpopulation differences in tolerance to creosote bush resin in desert woodrats (Neotoma lepida)

      ECOLOGY
    23. Fritschi, FB; Boote, KJ; Sollenberger, LE; Allen, LH
      Carbon dioxide and temperature effects on forage establishment: tissue composition and nutritive value

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    24. Runion, GB; Entry, JA; Prior, SA; Mitchell, RJ; Rogers, HH
      Tissue chemistry and carbon allocation in seedlings of Pinus palustris subjected to elevated atmospheric CO2 and water stress

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    25. McKinnon, ML; Quiring, DT; Bauce, E
      Influence of tree growth rate, shoot size and foliar chemistry on the abundance and performance of a galling adelgid

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    26. Hanks, LM; Paine, TD; Millar, JG; Campbell, CD; Schuch, UK
      Water relations of host trees and resistance to the phloem-boring beetle Phoracantha semipunctata F-(Coleoptera : Cerambycidae)

      OECOLOGIA
    27. Kleiner, KW; Raffa, KF; Dickson, RE
      Partitioning of C-14-labeled photosynthate to allelochemicals and primary metabolites in source and sink leaves of aspen: evidence for secondary metabolite turnover

      OECOLOGIA
    28. Bezemer, TM; Knight, KJ; Newington, JE; Jones, TH
      How general are aphid responses to elevated atmospheric CO2?

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    29. COTRUFO MF; INESON P; SCOTT A
      ELEVATED CO2 REDUCES THE NITROGEN CONCENTRATION OF PLANT-TISSUES

      Global change biology
    30. JOERN A; BEHMER ST
      IMPACT OF DIET QUALITY ON DEMOGRAPHIC ATTRIBUTES IN ADULT GRASSHOPPERS AND THE NITROGEN LIMITATION HYPOTHESIS

      Ecological entomology
    31. Buse, A; Good, JEG; Dury, S; Perrins, CM
      Effects of elevated temperature and carbon dioxide on the nutritional quality of leaves of oak (Quercus robur L.) as food for the Winter Moth (Operophtera brumata L.)

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    32. LINDROTH RL; KINNEY KK
      CONSEQUENCES OF ENRICHED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 AND DEFOLIATION FOR FOLIAR CHEMISTRY AND GYPSY-MOTH PERFORMANCE

      Journal of chemical ecology
    33. BULTMAN TL; CONARD NJ
      EFFECTS OF ENDOPHYTIC FUNGUS, NUTRIENT LEVEL, AND PLANT-DAMAGE ON PERFORMANCE OF FALL ARMYWORM (LEPIDOPTERA, NOCTUIDAE)

      Environmental entomology
    34. KLEINER KW; RAFFA KF; ELLIS DD; MCCOWN BH
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN AVAILABILITY ON THE GROWTH AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY OF HYBRID POPLAR AND THE EFFICACY OF THE BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS CRY1A(A) D-ENDOTOXIN ON GYPSY-MOTH

      Canadian journal of forest research (Print)
    35. BEZEMER TM; JONES TH; KNIGHT KJ
      LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CO2 AND TEMPERATURE ON POPULATIONS OF THE PEACH POTATO APHID MYZUS-PERSICAE AND ITS PARASITOID APHIDIUS-MATRICARIAE

      Oecologia
    36. KRUGER EL; VOLIN JC; LINDROTH RL
      INFLUENCES OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 ENRICHMENT ON THE RESPONSES OF SUGAR MAPLE AND TREMBLING ASPEN TO DEFOLIATION

      New phytologist
    37. LINDROTH RL; ROTH S; KRUGER EL; VOLIN JC; KOSS PA
      CO2-MEDIATED CHANGES IN ASPEN CHEMISTRY - EFFECTS ON GYPSY-MOTH PERFORMANCE AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO VIRUS

      Global change biology
    38. DOCHERTY M; WADE FA; HURST DK; WHITTAKER JB; LEA PJ
      RESPONSES OF TREE SAP-FEEDING HERBIVORES TO ELEVATED CO2

      Global change biology
    39. KAITANIEMI P; RUOHOMAKI K; HAUKIOJA E
      CONSEQUENCES OF DEFOLIATION ON PHENOLOGICAL INTERACTION BETWEEN EPIRRITA-AUTUMNATA AND ITS HOST-PLANT, MOUNTAIN BIRCH

      Functional ecology
    40. BULTMAN TL; GANEY DT
      INDUCED RESISTANCE TO FALL ARMYWORM (LEPIDOPTERA, NOCTUIDAE) MEDIATEDBY A FUNGAL ENDOPHYTE

      Environmental entomology
    41. LARSSON S; BJORKMAN C
      PERFORMANCE OF CHEWING AND PHLOEM-FEEDING INSECTS ON STRESSED TREES

      Scandinavian journal of forest research


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