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    1. Roslin, T
      Spatial population structure in a patchily distributed beetle

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    2. Schmidt, ED; Papanikolaou, A; Dorn, A
      The relationship between germline cells and apical complex in the testes of the milkweed bug throughout postembryonic development

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    3. Trejo, SA; Lopez, LMI; Cimino, CV; Caffini, NO; Natalucci, CL
      Purification and characterization of a new plant endopeptidase isolated from latex of Asclepias fruticosa L. (Asclepiadaceae)

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    4. Obregon, WD; Arribere, MC; del Valle, SM; Liggieri, C; Caffini, N; Priolo, N
      Two new cysteine endopeptidases obtained from the latex of Araujia hortorum fruits

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    5. Tschenn, J; Losey, JE; Jesse, LH; Obrycki, JJ; Hufbauer, R
      Effects of corn plants and corn pollen on monarch butterfly (Lepidoptera :Danaidae) oviposition behavior

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    6. Aigner, PA
      Optimality modeling and fitness trade-offs: when should plants become pollinator specialists?

      OIKOS
    7. Oberhauser, KS; Prysby, MD; Mattila, HR; Stanley-Horn, DE; Sears, MK; Dively, G; Olson, E; Pleasants, JM; Lam, WKF; Hellmich, RL
      Temporal and spatial overlap between monarch larvae and corn pollen

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    8. Peterson, MA; Dobler, S; Holland, J; Tantalo, L; Locke, S
      Behavioral, molecular, and morphological evidence for a hybrid zone between Chrysochus auratus and C-cobaltinus (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae)

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    9. Obrycki, JJ; Losey, JE; Taylor, OR; Jesse, LCH
      Transgenic insecticidal corn: Beyond insecticidal toxicity to ecological complexity

      BIOSCIENCE
    10. Lipow, SR; Wyatt, R
      Towards an understanding of the mixed breeding system of swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata)

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    11. Hughes, CL; Kaufman, TC
      RNAi analysis of Deformed, proboscipedia and Sex combs reduced in the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus: novel roles for Hox genes in the Hemipteran head

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Tullberg, BS; Gamberale-Stille, G; Solbreck, C
      Effects of food plant and group size on predator defence: differences between two co-occurring aposematic Lygaeinae bugs

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    13. Priolo, N; del Valle, SM; Arribere, MC; Lopez, L; Caffini, N
      Isolation and characterization of a cysteine protease from the latex of Araujia hortorum fruits

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    14. Fordyce, JA; Malcolm, SB
      Specialist weevil, Rhyssomatus lineaticollis, does not spatially avoid cardenolide defenses of common milkweed by ovipositing into pith tissue

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    15. Satchivi, NM; Wax, LM; Stoller, EW; Briskin, DP
      Absorption and translocation of glyphosate isopropylamine and trimethylsulfonium salts in Abutilon theophrasti and Setaria faberi

      WEED SCIENCE
    16. Colbach, N; Forcella, F; Johnson, GA
      Spatial and temporal stability of weed populations over five years

      WEED SCIENCE
    17. Chachalis, D; Reddy, KN
      Factors affecting Campsis radicans seed germination and seedling emergence

      WEED SCIENCE
    18. Jesse, LCH; Obrycki, JJ
      Field deposition of Bt transgenic corn pollen: lethal effects on the monarch butterfly

      OECOLOGIA
    19. Morse, DH
      The role of experience in determining patch-use by adult crab spiders

      BEHAVIOUR
    20. Harry-O'kuru, RE; Mojtahedi, H; Vaughn, SF; Dowd, PF; Santo, GS; Holser, RA; Abbott, TP
      Milkweed seedmeal: a control for Meloidogyne chitwoodi on potatoes

      INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS
    21. Dussourd, DE
      Behavioral sabotage of plant defense: Do vein cuts and trenches reduce insect exposure to exudate?

      JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
    22. Vangessel, MJ
      Control of perennial weed species as seedlings with soil-applied herbicides

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    23. Lipow, SR; Wyatt, R
      Floral morphology and late-acting self-incompatibility in Apocynum cannabinum (Apocynaceae)

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    24. Zalucki, MP; Malcolm, SB
      Plant latex and first-instar monarch larval growth and survival on three North American milkweed species

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    25. Hopper, KR
      Risk-spreading and bet-hedging in insect population biology

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
    26. Matter, SF; Landry, JB; Greco, AM; Lacourse, CD
      Importance of floral phenology and florivory for Tetraopes tetraophthalmus(Coleoptera : Cerambycidae): Tests at the population and individual level

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    27. Pline, WA; Wu, JR; Hatzios, KK
      Absorption, translocation, and metabolism of glufosinate in five weed species as influenced by ammonium sulfate and pelargonic acid

      WEED SCIENCE
    28. Therrien, JP
      Genetic diversity in two rare milkweeds from the southwestern United States

      SOUTHWESTERN NATURALIST
    29. Groman, JD; Pellmyr, O
      The pollination biology of Manfreda virginica (Agavaceae): relative contribution of diurnal and nocturnal visitors

      OIKOS
    30. Miyake, T; Yahara, T
      Theoretical evaluation of pollen transfer by nocturnal and diurnal pollinators: when should a flower open?

      OIKOS
    31. Losey, JE; Rayor, LS; Carter, ME
      Transgenic pollen harms monarch larvae

      NATURE
    32. Ivey, CT; Lipow, SR; Wyatt, R
      Mating systems and interfertility of swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata ssp. incarnata and ssp. pulchra)

      HEREDITY
    33. Lipow, SR; Broyles, SB; Wyatt, R
      Population differences in self-fertility in the "self-incompatible" milkweed Asclepias exaltata (Asclepiadaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    34. DITTMANN F
      ACTIVATION OF A CA-OOCYTE SYNCYTIUM OF DYSDERCUS-INTERMEDIUS(+ CURRENT COINCIDES WITH THE ONSET OF OOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION IN THE LARVAL TELOTROPHIC TROPHOCYTE)

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    35. Wyatt, R; Edwards, AL; Lipow, SR; Ivey, CT
      The rare Asclepias texana and its widespread sister species, A-perennis, are self-incompatible and interfertile

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    36. BAUR R; HARIBAL M; RENWICK JAA; STADLER E
      CONTACT CHEMORECEPTION RELATED TO HOST SELECTION AND OVIPOSITION BEHAVIOR IN THE MONARCH BUTTERFLY, DANAUS-PLEXIPPUS

      Physiological entomology
    37. MORANZ R; BROWER LP
      GEOGRAPHIC AND TEMPORAL VARIATION OF CARDENOLIDE-BASED CHEMICAL DEFENSES OF QUEEN BUTTERFLY (DANAUS-GILIPPUS) IN NORTHERN FLORIDA

      Journal of chemical ecology
    38. FARRELL BD; MITTER C
      THE TIMING OF INSECT PLANT DIVERSIFICATION - MIGHT TETRAOPES (COLEOPTERA, CERAMBYCIDAE) AND ASCLEPIAS (ASCLEPIADACEAE) HAVE CO-EVOLVED/

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    39. Miyake, T; Yahara, T
      Why does the flower of Lonicera japonica open at dusk?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    40. LIPOW SR; WYATT R
      REPRODUCTIVE-BIOLOGY AND BREEDING SYSTEM OF GONOLOBUS-SUBEROSUS (ASCLEPIADACEAE)

      Journal of the torrey botanical society
    41. SAUMAN I; SEHNAL F
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY OF THE PRODUCTS OF MALE ACCESSORY-GLANDS IN SEVERAL HEMIMETABOLOUS INSECTS AND THE CONTROL OF THEIR SECRETION IN PYRRHOCORIS-APTERUS (HETEROPTERA, PYRRHOCORIDAE)

      European journal of entomology
    42. HARRYOKURU RE; ABBOTT TP
      CARDENOLIDE ANALYSIS OF COLD-PRESSED MILKWEED OIL

      Industrial crops and products
    43. KLINGENBERG CP; SPENCE JR
      ON THE ROLE OF BODY-SIZE FOR LIFE-HISTORY EVOLUTION

      Ecological entomology
    44. SUGIYAMA S; OHTSUKI K; SATO K; KAWABATA M
      ENZYMATIC-PROPERTIES, SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITIES AND PH-ACTIVITY PROFILES OF 2 KIWIFRUIT PROTEASES

      Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology
    45. GATEHOUSE AG
      BEHAVIOR AND ECOLOGICAL GENETICS OF WIND-BORNE MIGRATION BY INSECTS

      Annual review of entomology
    46. BHOWMIK PC
      WEED BIOLOGY - IMPORTANCE TO WEED MANAGEMENT

      Weed science
    47. YENISH JP; DURGAN BR; MILLER DW; WYSE DL
      WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM) YIELD REDUCTION FROM COMMON MILKWEED (ASCLEPIAS-SYRIACA) COMPETITION

      Weed science
    48. MORGAN MT; SCHOEN DJ
      SELECTION ON REPRODUCTIVE CHARACTERS - FLORAL MORPHOLOGY IN ASCLEPIAS-SYRIACA

      Heredity
    49. INGVARSSON PK
      THE EFFECT OF DELAYED POPULATION-GROWTH ON THE GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION OF LOCAL-POPULATIONS SUBJECT TO FREQUENT EXTINCTIONS AND RECOLONIZATIONS

      Evolution
    50. INGVARSSON PK; OLSSON K; ERICSON L
      EXTINCTION-RECOLONIZATION DYNAMICS IN THE MYCOPHAGOUS BEETLE PHALACRUS-SUBSTRIATUS

      Evolution
    51. ALEXANDER HM; SLADE NA; KETTLE WD
      APPLICATION OF MARK-RECAPTURE MODELS TO ESTIMATION OF THE POPULATION-SIZE OF PLANTS

      Ecology
    52. WYATT R; BROYLES SB
      THE WEEDY TROPICAL MILKWEEDS ASCLEPIAS-CURASSAVICA AND A-FRUTICOSA ARE SELF-COMPATIBLE

      Biotropica
    53. DITTMANN F
      DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS OF CALCIUM DISTRIBUTION IN THE TROPHOCYTE-OOCYTE SYNCYTIUM OF THE TELOTROPHIC-MEROISTIC OVARIOLE (DYSDERCUS-INTERMEDIUS)

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    54. OHGUSHI T
      CONSEQUENCES OF ADULT SIZE FOR SURVIVAL AND REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE IN A HERBIVOROUS LADYBIRD BEETLE

      Ecological entomology
    55. HARRISON S; HASTINGS A
      GENETIC AND EVOLUTIONARY CONSEQUENCES OF METAPOPULATION STRUCTURE

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    56. HOLZINGER F; WINK M
      MEDIATION OF CARDIAC GLYCOSIDE INSENSITIVITY IN THE MONARCH BUTTERFLY(DANAUS-PLEXIPPUS) - ROLE OF AN AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTION IN THE OUABAIN BINDING-SITE OF NA-ATPASE(,K+)

      Journal of chemical ecology
    57. WYATT R; IVEY CT; LIPOW SR
      THE BREEDING SYSTEM OF DESERT MILKWEED, ASCLEPIAS-SUBULATA

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    58. WYATT R
      MORE ON THE SOUTHWARD SPREAD OF COMMON MILKWEED, ASCLEPIAS-SYRIACA L

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    59. FISHBEIN M; VENABLE DL
      EVOLUTION OF INFLORESCENCE DESIGN - THEORY AND DATA

      Evolution
    60. PETERSON MA
      LONG-DISTANCE GENE FLOW IN THE SEDENTARY BUTTERFLY, EUPHILOTES ENOPTES (LEPIDOPTERA, LYCAENIDAE)

      Evolution
    61. GROETERS FR; DINGLE H
      HERITABILITY OF WING LENGTH IN NATURE FOR THE MILKWEED BUG, ONCOPELTUS-FASCIATUS

      Evolution
    62. FISHBEIN M; VENABLE DL
      DIVERSITY AND TEMPORAL CHANGE IN THE EFFECTIVE POLLINATORS OF ASCLEPIAS-TUBEROSA

      Ecology
    63. BROYLES SB; VAIL C; SHERMANBROYLES SL
      POLLINATION GENETICS OF HYBRIDIZATION IN SYMPATRIC POPULATIONS OF ASCLEPIAS-EXALTATA AND A-SYRIACA (ASCLEPIADACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    64. DETZEL A; WINK M
      EVIDENCE FOR A CARDENOLIDE CARRIER IN ONCOPELTUS-FASCIATUS (DALLAS) (INSECTA, HEMIPTERA)

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    65. FRICK C; WINK M
      UPTAKE AND SEQUESTRATION OF OUABAIN AND OTHER CARDIAC-GLYCOSIDES IN DANAUS-PLEXIPPUS (LEPIDOPTERA, DANAIDAE) - EVIDENCE FOR A CARRIER-MEDIATED PROCESS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    66. LUMER C; YOST SE
      THE REPRODUCTIVE-BIOLOGY OF VINCETOXICUM-NIGRUM (L) MOENCH (ASCLEPIADACEAE), A MEDITERRANEAN WEED IN NEW-YORK-STATE

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    67. BROYLES SB; WYATT R
      A REEXAMINATION OF THE POLLEN-DONATION HYPOTHESIS IN AN EXPERIMENTAL POPULATION OF ASCLEPIAS-EXALTATA

      Evolution
    68. GOLD JJ; SHORE JS
      MULTIPLE PATERNITY IN ASCLEPIAS-SYRIACA USING A PAIRED-FRUIT ANALYSIS

      Canadian journal of botany
    69. HUANG XP; RENWICK JAA
      CARDENOLIDES AS OVIPOSITION DETERRENTS TO 2 PIERIS SPECIES - STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    70. DOBLER S; ROWELLRAHIER M
      PRODUCTION OF CARDENOLIDES VERSUS SEQUESTRATION OF PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS IN LARVAE OF OREINA SPECIES (COLEOPTERA, CHRYSOMELIDAE)

      Journal of chemical ecology
    71. WYATT R; BROYLES SB
      ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF REPRODUCTION IN MILKWEEDS

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    72. EDWARDS AL; WYATT R; SHARITZ RR
      SEED BUOYANCY AND VIABILITY OF THE WETLAND MILKWEED ASCLEPIAS-PERENNIS AND AN UPLAND MILKWEED, ASCLEPIAS-EXALTATA

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    73. BERGERTWELBECK P; DORN A
      LARVAL-ADULT OVIDUCT TRANSFORMATION IN AN INSECT (ONCOPELTUS-FASCIATUS) - CYTOLOGICAL STUDY

      Tissue & cell
    74. GATEHOUSE AG
      INSECT MIGRATION - VARIABILITY AND SUCCESS IN A CAPRICIOUS ENVIRONMENT

      Researches on population ecology
    75. BROYLES SB; SCHNABEL A; WYATT R
      EVIDENCE FOR LONG-DISTANCE POLLEN DISPERSAL IN MILKWEEDS (ASCLEPIAS-EXALTATA)

      Evolution
    76. WADE MJ; MCKNIGHT ML; SHAFFER HB
      THE EFFECTS OF KIN-STRUCTURED COLONIZATION ON NUCLEAR AND CYTOPLASMICGENETIC DIVERSITY

      Evolution
    77. FORSTER PI
      DIURNAL INSECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FLOWERS OF GOMPHOCARPUS-PHYSOCARPUS E MEY (ASCLEPIADACEAE), AN INTRODUCED WEED IN AUSTRALIA

      Biotropica
    78. CHOI HM; MOREAU JP
      OIL SORPTION BEHAVIOR OF VARIOUS SORBENTS STUDIED BY SORPTION CAPACITY MEASUREMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Microscopy research and technique
    79. GUNN A; GATEHOUSE AG
      THE MIGRATION SYNDROME IN THE AFRICAN ARMYWORM MOTH, SPODOPTERA-EXEMPTA - ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES TO FLIGHT AND REPRODUCTION

      Physiological entomology
    80. HILL JK; GATEHOUSE AG
      PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY AND GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION IN THE PRE-REPRODUCTIVE PERIOD OF AUTOGRAPHA-GAMMA (LEPIDOPTERA, NOCTUIDAE) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR MIGRATION IN THIS SPECIES

      Ecological entomology
    81. ORFANEDES MS; WAX LM; LIEBL RA
      ABSENCE OF A ROLE FOR ABSORPTION, TRANSLOCATION, AND METABOLISM IN DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY OF HEMP DOGBANE (APOCYNUM-CANNABINUM) TO 2 PYRIDINE HERBICIDES

      Weed science
    82. WYATT R; STONEBURNER A; BROYLES SB; ALLISON JR
      RANGE EXTENSION SOUTHWARD IN COMMON MILKWEED, ASCLEPIAS-SYRIACA L

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    83. GIORDANI R; LAFON L
      A BETA-D-FUCOSIDASE FROM ASCLEPIAS-CURASSAVICA LATEX

      Phytochemistry
    84. WADE BR; RIECHERS DE; LIEBL RA; WAX LM
      THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE AS A BARRIER TO HERBICIDE PENETRATION AND SITE FOR ADJUVANT ACTION

      Pesticide science


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