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Ecological consequences of genetic diversity
AR Hughes, BD Inouye, MTJ Johnson, N Underwood, M Vellend
Ecology letters 11 (6), 609-623, 2008
19982008
A conceptual framework for associational effects: when do neighbors matter and how would we know?
N Underwood, BD Inouye, PA Hambäck
The Quarterly review of biology 89 (1), 1-19, 2014
2522014
Interannual bumble bee abundance is driven by indirect climate effects on floral resource phenology
JE Ogilvie, SR Griffin, ZJ Gezon, BD Inouye, N Underwood, DW Inouye, ...
Ecology letters 20 (12), 1507-1515, 2017
1842017
Effects of plant neighborhoods on plant–herbivore interactions: resource dilution and associational effects
PA Hambäck, BD Inouye, P Andersson, N Underwood
Ecology 95 (5), 1370-1383, 2014
1842014
The effects of host‐plant genotype on herbivore population dynamics
N Underwood, MD Rausher
Ecology 81 (6), 1565-1576, 2000
1532000
The influence of plant and herbivore characteristics on the interaction between induced resistance and herbivore population dynamics
N Underwood
The American Naturalist 153 (3), 282-294, 1999
1171999
The timing of induced resistance and induced susceptibility in the soybean-Mexican bean beetle system
NC Underwood
Oecologia 114, 376-381, 1998
1091998
Plant neighborhood effects on herbivory: damage is both density and frequency dependent
TN Kim, N Underwood
Ecology 96 (5), 1431-1437, 2015
1022015
Approaches for testing herbivore effects on plant population dynamics
SL Halpern, N Underwood
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (5), 922-929, 2006
892006
Comparing the consequences of induced and constitutive plant resistance for herbivore population dynamics
N Underwood, M Rausher
The American Naturalist 160 (1), 20-30, 2002
812002
Density dependence in induced plant resistance to herbivore damage: threshold, strength and genetic variation
N Underwood
Oikos 89 (2), 295-300, 2000
802000
Induced resistance to Mexican bean beetles in soybean: variation among genotypes and lack of correlation with constitutive resistance
N Underwood, W Morris, K Gross, JR Lockwood III
Oecologia 122, 83-89, 2000
802000
Intraspecific variation in the strength of density dependence in aphid populations
AA Agrawal, N Underwood, JR Stinchcombe
Ecological Entomology 29 (5), 521-526, 2004
752004
Phenology as a process rather than an event: from individual reaction norms to community metrics
BD Inouye, J Ehrlén, N Underwood
Ecological Monographs 89 (2), e01352, 2019
742019
Effect of genetic variance in plant quality on the population dynamics of a herbivorous insect
N Underwood
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (4), 839-847, 2009
602009
Variance and skew of the distribution of plant quality influence herbivore population dynamics
N Underwood
Ecology 85 (3), 686-693, 2004
562004
Density dependence in insect performance within individual plants: induced resistance to Spodoptera exigua in tomato
N Underwood
Oikos 119 (12), 1993-1999, 2010
542010
Induced vs. constitutive resistance and the spatial distribution of insect herbivores among plants
N Underwood, K Anderson, BD Inouye
Ecology 86 (3), 594-602, 2005
542005
Bioassay versus chemical assay: measuring the impact of induced and constitutive resistance on herbivores in the field
N Underwood, M Rausher, W Cook
Oecologia 131, 211-219, 2002
502002
Insect herbivores change the outcome of plant competition through both inter‐and intraspecific processes
TN Kim, N Underwood, BD Inouye
Ecology 94 (8), 1753-1763, 2013
482013
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