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    1. Calabrese, EJ; Baldwin, LA
      The frequency of U-shaped dose responses in the toxicological literature

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Retuerto, R; Woodward, FI
      Compensatory responses in growth and fecundity traits of Sinapis alba L. following release from wind and density stress

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    3. Calabrese, EJ; Baldwin, LA
      Hormesis: A generalizable and unifying hypothesis

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN TOXICOLOGY
    4. Calabrese, EJ
      Overcompensation stimulation: A mechanism for hormetic effects

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN TOXICOLOGY
    5. Gadd, ME; Young, TP; Palmer, TM
      Effects of simulated shoot and leaf herbivory on vegetative growth and plant defense in Acacia drepanolobium

      OIKOS
    6. Leriche, H; LeRoux, X; Gignoux, J; Tuzet, A; Fritz, H; Abbadie, L; Loreau, M
      Which functional processes control the short-term effect of grazing on netprimary production in grasslands?

      OECOLOGIA
    7. Paige, KN; Williams, B; Hickox, T
      Overcompensation through the paternal component of fitness in Ipomopsis arizonica

      OECOLOGIA
    8. Ernest, KA; Fry, RK
      Effects of simulated rodent herbivory on Carey's balsamroot (Balsamorhiza careyana): Compensatory leaf growth

      NORTHWEST SCIENCE
    9. Blundell, AG; Peart, DR
      Growth strategies of a shade-tolerant tropical tree: the interactive effects of canopy gaps and simulated herbivory

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    10. Lennartsson, T; Oostermeijer, JGB
      Demographic variation and population viability in Gentianella campestris: effects of grassland management and environmental stochasticity

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    11. Hawkes, CV; Sullivan, JJ
      The impact of herbivory on plants in different resource conditions: A meta-analysis

      ECOLOGY
    12. de Mazancourt, C; Loreau, M; Dieckmann, U
      Can the evolution of plant defense lead to plant-herbivore mutualism?

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    13. Relva, MA; Sancholuz, LA
      Effects of simulated browsing on the growth of Austrocedrus chilensis saplings

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    14. Saltz, D; Ward, D
      Responding to a three-pronged attack: desert lilies subject to herbivory by dorcas gazelles

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    15. Oba, G; Mengistu, Z; Stenseth, NC
      Compensatory growth of the African dwarf shrub Indigofera spinosa following simulated herbivory

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    16. Birkemoe, T; Liengen, T
      Does collembolan grazing influence nitrogen fixation by cyanobacteria in the high Arctic?

      POLAR BIOLOGY
    17. Juenger, T; Lennartsson, T
      Tolerance in plant ecology and evolution: toward a more unified theory of plant-herbivore interaction - Preface

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    18. Lehtila, K
      Modelling compensatory regrowth with bud dormancy and gradual activation of buds

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    19. Weis, AE; Simms, EL; Hochberg, ME
      Will plant vigor and tolerance be genetically correlated? Effects of intrinsic growth rate and self-limitation on regrowth

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    20. Huhta, AP; Hellstrom, K; Rautio, P; Tuomi, J
      A test of the compensatory continuum: fertilization increases and below-ground competition decreases the grazing tolerance of tall wormseed mustard (Erysimum strictum)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    21. Huhta, AP; Lennartsson, T; Tuomi, J; Rautio, P; Laine, K
      Tolerance of Gentianella campestris in relation to damage intensity: an interplay between apical dominance and herbivory

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    22. Juenger, T; Lennartsson, T; Tuomi, J
      The evolution of tolerance to damage in Gentianella campestris: natural selection and the quantitative genetics of tolerance

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    23. Van Der Meijden, E; De Boer, NJ; Van Der Veen-Van Wijk, CAM
      Pattern of storage and regrowth in ragwort

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    24. Pilson, D
      The evolution of plant response to herbivory: simultaneously considering resistance and tolerance in Brassica rapa

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    25. Mauricio, R
      Natural selection and the joint evolution of toleranceand resistance as plant defenses

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    26. Haukioja, E; Koricheva, J
      Tolerance to herbivory in woody vs. herbaceous plants

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    27. Juenger, T; Bergelson, J
      Factors limiting rosette recruitment in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis aggregata: seed and disturbance limitation

      OECOLOGIA
    28. Juenger, T; Bergelson, J
      The evolution of compensation to herbivory in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis aggregata: Herbivore-imposed natural selection and the quantitative genetics of tolerance

      EVOLUTION
    29. Tiffin, P; Inouye, BD
      Measuring tolerance to herbivory: Accuracy and precision of estimates madeusing natural versus imposed damage

      EVOLUTION
    30. de Mazancourt, C; Loreau, M
      Grazing optimization, nutrient cycling, and spatial heterogeneity of plant-herbivore interactions: Should a palatable plant evolve?

      EVOLUTION
    31. Juenger, T; Bergelson, J
      Does early season browsing influence the effect of self-pollination in scarlet gilia?

      ECOLOGY
    32. Hicks, S; Turkington, R
      Compensatory growth of three herbaceous perennial species: the effects of clipping and nutrient availability

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    33. Huhta, AP; Tuomi, J; Rautio, P
      Cost of apical dominance in two monocarpic herbs, Erysimum strictum and Rhinanthus minor

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    34. Vagabov, VM; Trilisenko, LV; Kulaev, IS
      Dependence of inorganic polyphosphate chain length on the orthophosphate content in the culture medium of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    35. Lortie, CJ; Aarssen, LW
      A test of the reserve meristem hypothesis using Verbascum thapsus (Scrophulariaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    36. Jaremo, J; Ripa, J; Nilsson, P
      Flee or fight uncertainty: plant strategies in relation to anticipated damage

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    37. Salemaa, M; Vanha-Majamaa, I; Gardner, PJ
      Compensatory growth of two clonal dwarf shrubs, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi and Vaccinium uliginosum in a heavy metal polluted environment

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    38. Karban, R; Agrawal, AA; Thaler, JS; Adler, LS
      Induced plant responses and information content about risk of herbivory

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    39. Strel'chuk, AM; Lebedev, AA; Kozlovski, VV; Savkina, NS; Davydov, DV; Solov'ev, VV; Rastegaeva, MG
      Doping of 6H-SiC pn structures by proton irradiation

      NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS
    40. Jaremo, J; Tuomi, J; Nilsson, P; Lennartsson, T
      Plant adaptations to herbivory: mutualistic versus antagonistic coevolution

      OIKOS
    41. Paige, KN
      Regrowth following ungulate herbivory in Ipomopsis aggregata: geographic evidence for overcompensation

      OECOLOGIA
    42. Agrawal, AA; Strauss, SY; Stout, MJ
      Costs of induced responses and tolerance to herbivory in male and female fitness components of wild radish

      EVOLUTION
    43. Callaway, RM; DeLuca, TH; Belliveau, WM
      Biological-control herbivores may increase competitive ability of the noxious weed Centaurea maculosa

      ECOLOGY
    44. Lyytikainen-Saarenmaa, P
      Growth responses of Scots pine (Pinaceae) to artificial and sawfly (Hymenoptera : Diprionidae) defoliation

      CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST
    45. Tiffin, P; Rausher, MD
      Genetic constraints and selection acting on tolerance to herbivory in the common morning glory Ipomoea purpurea

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    46. Simons, AM; Johnston, MO
      The cost of compensation

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    47. RIBA M
      EFFECTS OF INTENSITY AND FREQUENCY OF CROWN DAMAGE ON RESPROUTING OF ERICA-ARBOREA L. (ERICACEAE)

      Acta oecologica
    48. Frank, DA
      Ungulate regulation of ecosystem processes in Yellowstone National Park: direct and feedback effects

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    49. FOX AD; KRISTIANSEN JN; STROUD DA; BOYD H
      THE EFFECTS OF SIMULATED SPRING GOOSE GRAZING ON THE GROWTH-RATE AND PROTEIN-CONTENT OF PHLEUM-PRATENSE LEAVES

      Oecologia
    50. DEMAZANCOURT C; LOREAU M; ABBADIE L
      GRAZING OPTIMIZATION AND NUTRIENT CYCLING - WHEN DO HERBIVORES ENHANCE PLANT-PRODUCTION

      Ecology
    51. LENNARTSSON T; NILSSON P; TUOMI J
      INDUCTION OF OVERCOMPENSATION IN THE FIELD GENTIAN, GENTIANELLA-CAMPESTRIS

      Ecology
    52. VENECZ JI; AARSSEN LW
      EFFECTS OF SHOOT APEX REMOVAL IN LYTHRUM-SALICARIA (LYTHRACEAE) - ASSESSING THE COSTS OF REPRODUCTION AND APICAL DOMINANCE

      Annales botanici Fennici
    53. MCPHEE CS; BONSER SP; AARSSEN LW
      THE ROLE OF APICAL DOMINANCE IN THE INTERPRETATION OF ADAPTIVE ARCHITECTURE IN PROSTRATE PLANT-SPECIES

      Ecoscience
    54. ROHNER C; WARD D
      CHEMICAL AND MECHANICAL DEFENSE AGAINST HERBIVORY IN 2 SYMPATRIC SPECIES OF DESERT ACACIA

      Journal of vegetation science
    55. TANG S; PARSONS PJ; SLAVIN W
      SIGNAL OSCILLATION AND OVERCORRECTION IN THE DETERMINATION OF ALUMINUM USING THE TRANSVERSELY HEATED GRAPHITE-FURNACE WITH ZEEMAN BACKGROUND CORRECTION

      Spectrochimica acta, Part B: Atomic spectroscopy
    56. SADRAS VO; FITT GP
      RESISTANCE TO INSECT HERBIVORY OF COTTON LINES - QUANTIFICATION OF RECOVERY CAPACITY AFTER DAMAGE

      Field crops research
    57. SADRAS VO; FITT GP
      APICAL DOMINANCE - VARIABILITY AMONG COTTON GENOTYPES AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH RESISTANCE TO INSECT HERBIVORY

      Environmental and experimental botany
    58. ROSENHEIM JA; WILHOIT LR; GOODELL PB; GRAFTONCARDWELL EE; LEIGH TF
      PLANT COMPENSATION, NATURAL BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL, AND HERBIVORY BY APHIS-GOSSYPII ON PRE-REPRODUCTIVE COTTON - THE ANATOMY OF A NON-PEST

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    59. AUGNER M; TUOMI J; ROUSI M
      EFFECTS OF DEFOLIATION ON COMPETITIVE INTERACTIONS IN EUROPEAN WHITE BIRCH

      Ecology
    60. MAURICIO R; RAUSHER MD; BURDICK DS
      VARIATION IN THE DEFENSE STRATEGIES OF PLANTS - ARE RESISTANCE AND TOLERANCE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE

      Ecology
    61. GRONEMEYER PA; DILGER BJ; BOUZAT JL; PAIGE KN
      THE EFFECTS OF HERBIVORY ON PATERNAL FITNESS IN SCARLET-GILIA - BETTER MOMS ALSO MAKE BETTER POPS

      The American naturalist
    62. VILA M; LLORET F
      HERBIVORY AND NEIGHBOR EFFECTS ON THE SPROUT DEMOGRAPHY OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SHRUB ERICA-MULTIFLORA (ERICACEAE)

      Acta oecologica
    63. ESCOS J; BARROSO FG; ALADOS CL; GARCIA L
      EFFECTS OF SIMULATED HERBIVORY ON REPRODUCTION OF A MEDITERRANEAN SEMIARID SHRUB (ANTHYLLIS-CYTISOIDES L)

      Acta oecologica
    64. KRAUSE SC; RAFFA KF
      DIFFERENTIAL GROWTH AND RECOVERY RATES FOLLOWING DEFOLIATION IN RELATED DECIDUOUS AND EVERGREEN TREES

      Trees
    65. HEITMANN U; SCHUTZ M; BECKERROSS H; FLOREK S
      MEASUREMENTS ON THE ZEEMAN-SPLITTING OF ANALYTICAL LINES BY MEANS OF A CONTINUUM SOURCE GRAPHITE-FURNACE ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETER WITH A LINEAR CHARGE-COUPLED-DEVICE ARRAY

      Spectrochimica acta, Part B: Atomic spectroscopy
    66. SILVA IM; ANDRADE GI; FERNANDES GW; LEMOS JP
      PARASITIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN A GALL-FORMING INSECT TOMOPLAGIA-RUDOLPHI (DIPTERA, TEPHRITIDAE) AND ITS HOST-PLANT (VERNONIA-POLYANTHES, ASTERACEAE)

      Annals of botany
    67. XU GZ
      AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF BIPOLAR CORONA DISCHARGE

      Journal of electrostatics
    68. ALADOS CL; BARROSO FG; AGUIRRE A; ESCOS J
      EFFECTS OF EARLY-SEASON DEFOLIATION OF ANTHYLLIS CYTISOIDES (A MEDITERRANEAN BROWSE SPECIES) ON FURTHER HERBIVORE ATTACK

      Journal of arid environments
    69. CHAMBERLIN EA; AARSSEN LW
      THE COST OF APICAL DOMINANCE IN WHITE-PINE (PINUS-STROBUS L) - GROWTHIN MULTI-STEMMED VERSUS SINGLE-STEMMED TREES

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    70. JAREMO J; NILSSON P; TUOMI J
      PLANT COMPENSATORY GROWTH - HERBIVORY OR COMPETITION

      Oikos
    71. ESCARRE J; LEPART J; SENTUC JJ
      EFFECTS OF SIMULATED HERBIVORY IN 3 OLD FIELD COMPOSITAE WITH DIFFERENT INFLORESCENCE ARCHITECTURES

      Oecologia
    72. FAY PA; HARTNETT DC; KNAPP AK
      PLANT TOLERANCE OF GALL-INSECT ATTACK AND GALL-INSECT PERFORMANCE

      Ecology
    73. PHILLIPS T; MAUN MA
      POPULATION ECOLOGY OF CIRSIUM-PITCHERI ON LAKE-HURON SAND DUNES .1. IMPACT OF WHITE-TAILED DEER

      Canadian journal of botany
    74. IRWIN DL; AARSSEN LW
      TESTING FOR COST OF APICAL DOMINANCE IN VEGETATION - A FIELD-STUDY OF3 SPECIES

      Annales botanici Fennici
    75. NILSSON P; TUOMI J; ASTROM M
      BUD DORMANCY AS A BET-HEDGING STRATEGY

      The American naturalist
    76. SADAGOV YM
      CORRECTION FOR ATOMIC SPECTRAL INTERFERENCES IN ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY

      Journal of analytical chemistry
    77. HESCHEL MS; PAIGE KN
      INBREEDING DEPRESSION, ENVIRONMENTAL-STRESS, AND POPULATION-SIZE VARIATION IN SCARLET-GILIA (IPOMOPSIS-AGGREGATA)

      Conservation biology
    78. LEHTILA K; SYRJANEN K
      COMPENSATORY RESPONSES OF 2 MELAMPYRUM SPECIES AFTER DAMAGE

      Functional ecology
    79. HICKS SL; READER RJ
      COMPENSATORY GROWTH OF 3 GRASSES FOLLOWING SIMULATED GRAZING IN RELATION TO SOIL NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY

      Canadian journal of botany
    80. ZONG YY; PARSONS PJ; SLAVIN W
      BACKGROUND OVERCORRECTION PROBLEMS FOR LEAD IN THE PRESENCE OF PHOSPHATE WITH VARIOUS METALS IN ZEEMAN GRAPHITE-FURNACE ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY

      Spectrochimica acta, Part B: Atomic spectroscopy
    81. EPSTEIN MS; TURK GC; YU LJ
      A SPECTRAL INTERFERENCE IN THE DETERMINATION OF ARSENIC IN HIGH-PURITY LEAD AND LEAD-BASE ALLOYS USING ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY AND ZEEMAN-EFFECT BACKGROUND CORRECTION

      Spectrochimica acta, Part B: Atomic spectroscopy
    82. KURFURST U; PAUWELS J
      SPECTRAL INTERFERENCE ON THE LEAD 283.3 NM LINE IN ZEEMAN-EFFECT ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY

      Journal of analytical atomic spectrometry
    83. TUOMI J; NILSSON P; ASTROM M
      PLANT COMPENSATORY RESPONSES - BUD DORMANCY AS AN ADAPTATION TO HERBIVORY

      Ecology
    84. LOWENBERG GJ
      EFFECTS OF FLORAL HERBIVORY ON MATERNAL REPRODUCTION IN SANICULA ARCTOPOIDES (APIACEAE)

      Ecology
    85. PAIGE KN
      HERBIVORY AND IPOMOPSIS-AGGREGATA - DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE, DIFFERENCES IN EXPERIMENTAL PROTOCOL - A REPLY

      The American naturalist
    86. DEANGELIS DL; HUSTON MA
      FURTHER CONSIDERATIONS ON THE DEBATE OVER HERBIVORE OPTIMIZATION THEORY

      Ecological applications
    87. PATTEN DT
      HERBIVORE OPTIMIZATION AND OVERCOMPENSATION - DOES NATIVE HERBIVORY ON WESTERN RANGELANDS SUPPORT THESE THEORIES

      Ecological applications
    88. RISSER PG
      MAKING ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION PRACTICAL FOR RESOURCE MANAGERS

      Ecological applications
    89. YANO S
      THE PLASTIC REPRODUCTIVE ALLOCATION OF THE CRUCIFEROUS PERENNIAL RORIPPA-INDICA IN RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT DEGREES OF FEEDING DAMAGE

      Researches on population ecology
    90. ALWARD RD; JOERN A
      PLASTICITY AND OVERCOMPENSATION IN GRASS RESPONSES TO HERBIVORY

      Oecologia
    91. HJALTEN J; DANELL K; ERICSON L
      EFFECTS OF SIMULATED HERBIVORY AND INTRASPECIFIC COMPETITION ON THE COMPENSATORY ABILITY OF BIRCHES

      Ecology


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