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John Smiley
John Smiley
Research Affiliate, Office of Research Affairs, UC San Diego
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Plant chemistry and the evolution of host specificity: new evidence from Heliconius and Passiflora
J Smiley
Science 201 (4357), 745-747, 1978
3281978
Ecological effects of salicin at three trophic levels: new problems from old adaptations
JT Smiley, JM Horn, NE Rank
Science 229 (4714), 649-651, 1985
1351985
Predator diversity and identity drive interaction strength and trophic cascades in a food web
SB Otto, EL Berlow, NE Rank, J Smiley, U Brose
Ecology 89 (1), 134-144, 2008
1142008
Patterns of pollen exploitation by Heliconius butterflies
CL Boggs, JT Smiley, LE Gilbert
Oecologia 48, 284-289, 1981
1101981
Ant constancy at Passiflora extrafloral nectaries: effects on caterpillar survival
J Smiley
Ecology 67 (2), 516-521, 1986
931986
Determinants of local diversity in phytophagous insects: host specialists in tropical environments
LE Gilbert, JT Smiley
Diversity of insect faunas, 89-104, 1978
851978
Heliconius caterpillar mortality during establishment on plants with and without attending ants
JT Smiley
Ecology 66 (3), 845-849, 1985
751985
Effects of temperature on physiology and reproductive success of a montane leaf beetle: implications for persistence of native populations enduring climate change
EP Dahlhoff, SL Fearnley, DA Bruce, AG Gibbs, R Stoneking, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81 (6), 718-732, 2008
642008
Local distribution of the lycaenid butterfly, Jalmenus evagoras, in response to host ants and plants
JT Smiley, PR Atsatt, NE Pierce
Oecologia 76, 416-422, 1988
551988
Toxicity and deterrency of sesquiterpene lactones and chromenes to the corn earworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
CS Wisdom, JT Smiley, E Rodriguez
Journal of economic entomology 76 (5), 993-998, 1983
501983
Predator protection versus rapid growth in a montane leaf beetle
JT Smiley, NE Rank
Oecologia 70, 106-112, 1986
471986
Nesting behavior and prey use in two geographically separated populations of the specialist wasp Symmorphus cristatus (Vespidae: Eumeninae)
ALW Sears, JT Smiley, M Hilker, F Müller, NE Rank
The American Midland Naturalist 145 (2), 233-246, 2001
452001
SYNCHRONY IN TEXAS FIREFLIES WITH A CONSIDERATION OF MALE INTERACTION MODELS.
D Otte, J Smiley
441977
Getting chased up the mountain: high elevation may limit performance and fitness characters in a montane insect
EP Dahlhoff, VC Dahlhoff, CA Grainger, NA Zavala, D Otepola‐Bello, ...
Functional Ecology 33 (5), 809-818, 2019
392019
The host plant ecology of Heliconius butterflies in Northeastern Costa Rica.
JT Smiley
391979
Natural enemies and host plant relationships for chrysomeline leaf beetles feeding on Salicaceae
NE Rank, JT Smiley, A Köpf
Chrysomelidae biology 2, 147-171, 1996
371996
Host‐plant effects on Parasyrphus melanderi (Diptera: Syrphidae) feeding on a willow leaf beetle Chrysomela aeneicollis (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
NE RANK, JT SMILEY
Ecological Entomology 19 (1), 31-38, 1994
371994
Mitonuclear mismatch alters performance and reproductive success in naturally introgressed populations of a montane leaf beetle
NE Rank, P Mardulyn, SJ Heidl, KT Roberts, NA Zavala, JT Smiley, ...
Evolution 74 (8), 1724-1740, 2020
332020
Are chemical barriers necessary for evolution of butterfly-plant associations?
JT Smiley
Oecologia 65, 580-583, 1985
331985
Cold tolerance of the montane Sierra leaf beetle, Chrysomela aeneicollis
EC Boychuk, JT Smiley, EP Dahlhoff, MA Bernards, NE Rank, BJ Sinclair
Journal of insect physiology 81, 157-166, 2015
242015
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