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2017

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Richardson, RA, Body, M, Warmund, MR, Schultz, JC and Appel, HM (2017) Morphometric analysis of young petiole galls on the narrow-leaf cottonwood, Populus angustifolia, by the sugarbeet root aphid, Pemphigus betae. Protoplasma. 254: 203-216. [Link] [Pdf]

2016

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Gassmann, W, Appel, HM and Oliver MJ (2016) The interface between abiotic and biotic stress responses. Journal of Experimental Botany. 67: 2023-2024. [Link] [Pdf]

Giron, D, Huguet, E, Stone, GN and Body, M (2016) Insect-induced effects on plants and possible effectors used by galling and leaf-mining insects to manipulate their host-plant. Journal of Insect Physiology – Special issue: Organisms that Manipulate Host-Plants: From Effector Molecules to Ecosystem Engineering. 84: 70-89. [Link] [Pdf]

Guiguet, A, Dubreuil, G, Harris, MO, Appel, HM, Schultz, JC, Pereira, MH and Giron, D (2016) Shared weapons of blood-and plant-feeding insects: surprising commonalities for manipulating hosts. Journal of Insect Physiology – Special issue: Organisms that Manipulate Host-Plants: From Effector Molecules to Ecosystem Engineering. 84: 4-21. [Link] [Pdf]

Nguyen, PDT, Pike, S, Wang, J, Poudel, AN, Heinz, R, Schultz, JC, Koo, AJ, Mitchum, MG, Appel, HM and Gassmann, W (2016) The Arabidopsis immune regulator SRFR1 dampens defenses against herbivory by Spodoptera exigua and parasitism by Heterodera schachtii. Molecular Plant Pathology. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, JC (2016) Preface – Plant-reprogramming insects: From effector molecules to ecosystem engineering. Journal of Insect Physiology. 84: 2-3. [Link] [Pdf]

Zhang, H, Dugé de Bernonville, T, Body, M, Glevarec, G, Reichelt, M, Unsicker, S, Bruneau, M, Renou, J-P, Huguet, E, Dubreuil, G and Giron, D (2016) Leaf-mining by Phyllonorycter blancardella reprograms the host-leaf transcriptome to modulate phytohormones associated with nutrient mobilization and plant defense. Journal of Insect Physiology – Special issue: Organisms that Manipulate Host-Plants: From Effector Molecules to Ecosystem Engineering. 84: 114-127. [Link] [Pdf]

2015

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Body, M, Burlat, V and Giron, D (2015) Hypermetamorphosis in a leaf-miner allows insects to cope with a confined nutritional space. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 9: 75-84. [Link] [Pdf]

Casas, J, Body, M, Gutzwiller, F, David, G, Lazzari, CR, Pincebourde, S, Richard, R and Lopez-Llandres, A (2015) Increasing metabolic rate despite declining body weight in an adult parasitoid wasp. Journal of Insect Physiology. 79: 27-35. [Link] [Pdf]

Dardeau, F, Body, M, Berthier, A, Miard, F, Christidès, J-P, Feinard-Duranceau, M, Giron, D, Brignolas, F, Lieutier, F and Sallé, A (2015) Effect of fertilization on amino acid mobilization by a plant-manipulating insect. Ecological Entomology. 40: 814-822. [Link] [Pdf]

Ferrieri, AP, Appel, HM and Schultz, JC (2015) Plant Vascular Architecture Determines the Pattern of Herbivore-Induced Systemic Responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS ONE 10: e0123899. [Link] [Pdf]

Jarrige, A, Body, M, Giron, D, Greenfield, M and Goubault, M (2015) Amino acid composition of the bushcricket spermatophore and the function of courtship feeding: variable composition suggests a dynamic role of the nuptial gift. Physiology and Behavior. 151: 463-468. [Link] [Pdf]

2014

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Appel, HM and Cocroft, RB (2014) Plants respond to leaf vibrations caused by insect herbivore chewing. Oecologia 175: 1257-1266. [Link] [Pdf]

Appel, HM, Fescemyer, H, Ehlting, J, Weston, J, Rehrig, E, Joshi, T, Xu, D, Bohlmann, J and Schultz, JC (2014a) Transcriptional responses of Arabidopsis thaliana to chewing and sucking insect herbivores. Frontiers in Plant Science 5: 565. [Link] [Pdf]

Appel, HM, MaqBool, SB, Raina, S, Jagadeeswaran, G, Acharya, BR, Hanley, JC, Miller, KP, Hearne, L, Jones, AD, Raina, R and Schultz, JC (2014b) Transcriptional and metabolic signatures of Arabidopsis responses to chewing damage by an insect herbivore and bacterial infection and the consequences of their interaction. Frontiers in Plant Science 5: 441. [Link] [Pdf]

Rehrig, EM, Appel, HM, Jones, AD and Schultz, JC (2014) Roles for jasmonate-and ethylene-induced transcription factors in the ability of Arabidopsis to respond differentially to damage caused by two insect herbivores. Frontiers in Plant Science 5: 407. [Link] [Pdf]

2013

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Cocroft, RB and Appel, HM (2013) Comments on ‘green symphonies’. Behavioral Ecology 24: 800-800. [Link] [Pdf]

Ferrieri, AP, Agtuca, B, Appel, HM, Ferrieri, RA and Schultz, JC (2013) Temporal changes in allocation and partitioning of new carbon as 11C elicited by simulated herbivory suggest that roots shape aboveground responses in Arabidopsis. Plant physiology 161: 692-704. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, JC, Appel, HM, Ferrieri, AP and Arnold, TM (2013) Flexible resource allocation during plant defense responses. Frontiers in plant science 4: 324. [Link] [Pdf]

2012

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Appel, HM, Arnold, TA and Schultz, JC (2012) Effects of jasmonic acid, branching and girdling on carbon and nitrogen transport in poplar. New Phytologist 195: 419-426. [Link] [Pdf]

Arnold, TA, Appel, HM and Schultz, JC (2012) Is polyphenol induction simply a result of altered carbon and nitrogen accumulation? Plant Signaling and Behavior 7: 1498‐1500. [Link] [Pdf]

Ferrieri, A, Appel HM, Ferrieri R, Schultz JC (2012) Novel application of 2-[18F]fluoro-2-deoxy-d-glucose to study plant defenses. Nuclear Medicine and Biology 39: 1152-1160. [Link] [Pdf]

Green, JM, H Appel, EM Rehrig, J Harnsomburana, J-F Chang, P Balint-Kurti, C-R Shyu (2012) PhenoPhyte: A flexible affordable method to quantify visual 2D phenotypes. Plant Methods 8: 45. [Link] [Pdf]

Liu, J, Oo, MKK, Reddy, K, Gianchandani, YB, Schultz, JC, Appel, HM, and Fan, X (2012) Adaptive two-dimensional micro-gas chromatography. Analytical Chemistry 84: 4214-4220. [Link] [Pdf]

Rehill, BJ, and Schultz, JC (2012) Hormaphis hamamelidis fundatrices benefit by manipulating phenolic metabolism of their host. Journal of Chemical Ecology 38: 496-498. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, JC (2012) Chapter 7: Factoring natural enemies into plant tissue availability to herbivores. In: Mark D. Hunter, Takayuki Ohgushi, Peter W. Price (Editors) Effects of Resource Distribution on Animal Plant Interactions. 175-197. [GoogleBook]

2011

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Rehrig, EM, Appel, H and Schultz, JC (2011) Measuring “Normalcy” in Plant Gene Expression After Herbivore Attack. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11: 294-304. [Link] [Pdf]

2010

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Cha, D, Appel, H, Frost, C, Schultz, JC, Steiner, K (2010) Red oak responses to nitrogen addition depend on herbivory type, tree family, and site. Forest Ecology and Management, 259: 1930-1937. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, JC (2010) Reconsidering the Architecture of Research in the Public University. Sustaining and Enhancing the Research Mission of the Public Universities, Merrill Series on The Research Mission of Public Universities. Mabel L. Rice, Ed. MASC Report. The University of Kansas, Lawrence.

2009

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2008

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Havens, Timothy C., James M. Keller, Erin MacNeal Rehrig, Heidi M. Appel, Mihail Popescu, Jack C. Schultz, and James C. Bezdek. 2008. Fuzzy Cluster Analysis of Bioinformatics Data Composed of Microarray Expression Data and Gene Ontology Annotations. Proceedings of NAFIPS2008 Conference. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. (2008). Think Globally, Organize Systemically. Global Research Collaborations, Merrill Series on The Research Mission of Public Universities. Mabel L. Rice, Ed. MASC Report No. 112. The University of Kansas, Lawrence.

2007

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Acharya B.R., S. Raina, S.B. Maqbool, G. Jagadeeswaran, S.L. Mosher, H.M. Appel, J.C. Schultz, D.F. Klessig, R. Raina. 2007. Overexpression of CRK13, an Arabidopsis cysteine-rich receptor-like kinase, results in enhanced resistance to Pseudomonas syringae. Plant J. 50: 488-99. [Link] [Pdf]

Engelberth J, I. Seidl-Adams, J.C. Schultz, J.H. Tumlinson. 2007. Insect elicitors and exposure to green leafy volatiles differentially upregulate major octadecanoids and transcripts of 12-oxo phytodienoic acid reductases in Zea mays. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact. 20: 707-716. [Link] [Pdf]

Frost, C.J., H.M Appel, J.E. Carlson, C.M. De Moraes, M.C. Mescher, J.C. Schultz. 2007. Within-plant signalling via volatiles overcomes vascular constraints on systemic signalling and primes responses against herbivores, Ecol. Letters 10: 490-498. [Link] [Pdf]

Jagadeeswaran G., S. Raina, B. R. Acharya, S. B. Maqbool, S. L. Mosher, H. M. Appel, J. C. Schultz, D. F. Klessig and R. Raina. 2007. Arabidopsis GH3-LIKE DEFENSE GENE 1 is required for accumulation of salicylic acid, activation of defense responses and resistance to Pseudomonas syringae. Plant J. 51: 234-46. [Link] [Pdf]

2006

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Fine, P.V.A., Z. Miller, I. Mesones, S. Irazuzta, H.M. Appel, M.H.H. Stevens, I. Sääksjärvi, J.C. Schultz, and P.D. Coley. 2006. The growth-defense tradeoff and habitat specialization by plants in Amazonian forests. Ecology 87: S150-S162. [Link] [Pdf]

Mewis, I., J. Tokuhisa, J.C. Schultz, H.M. Appel, C. Ulrichs, J. Gershenzon. 2006. Gene expression and glucosinolate accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana in response to generalist and specialist herbivores of different feeding guilds and the role of defense signaling pathways. Phytochemistry 67: 2450-2462. [Link] [Pdf]

2005

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Allison S.D. and J.C. Schultz. 2005. Biochemical responses of chestnut oak to a galling cynipid. J. Chemical Ecol. 31 (1): 151-166. [Link] [Pdf]

Mewis, I, H.M. Appel, A. Hom, R. Raina and J.C. Schultz. 2005. Major signaling pathways modulate Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) glucosinolate accumulation and response to both phloem feeding and chewing insects. Plant Physiology 138:1149-1162. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 2005. A new chemical ecology text. (Book Review) Ecology.

Walls, R., HM Appel , M Cipollini, and JC Schultz. 2005. Fertility, root reserves and the cost of inducible defenses in the perennial plant Solanum carolinense. J. Chem. Ecol.31 (10): 2263-2288. [Link] [Pdf]

2004

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Allison S.D. and J.C. Schultz. 2004. Differential activity of peroxidase isozymes in response to wounding, gypsy moth, and plant hormones in northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.). J. Chem. Ecology 30 (7): 1363-1379. [Link] [Pdf]

Arnold T, Appel HM, Patel V, Stocum E, Kavalier A., and Schultz JC. 2004. Carbohydrate translocation determines the phenolic content of Populus foliage: a test of the sink-source model of plant defense. New Phytol. 164 (1): 157-164. [Link] [Pdf]

De Moraes C.M., Schultz J.C., Mescher M.C., et al. 2004. Induced plant signaling and its implications for environmental sensing. J. Tox. Environ. Health. A. 67 (8-10): 819-834. [Link] [Pdf]

Leach, J.E. et al. 2004. California Agricultural Research Priorities: Pierce’s Disease. National Research Council, Washington, DC. 161pp. [GoogleBook]

Lovett, G.M., K.C. Weathers, M.A. Arthur and J.C. Schultz. 2004. Nitrogen cycling in a northern hardwood forest: Do species matter? Biogeochemistry 67: 289-308. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz J.C. and H.M. Appel. 2004. Cross-kingdom cross-talk: Hormones shared by plants and their insect herbivores. Ecology 85 (1): 70-77. [Link] [Pdf]

2003

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Rehill, B. J., and J. C. Schultz. 2003. Enhanced invertase activities in the galls of Hormaphis hamamelidis. Journal of Chemical Ecology 29:2703-2720. [Link] [Pdf]

2002

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Arnold, T.M. and J.C. Schultz. 2002. Induced sink strength as a prerequisite for induced tannin biosynthesis in developing leaves of Populus. Oecologia 130: 585-593. [Link] [Pdf]

Dearing, M.D., J.C. Schultz, H. M. Appel. 2002. Why does cranberry juice prevent urinary tract infections? Journal of Ethnopharmacology 80: 211. [Link] [Pdf]

Rehill, B. and Schultz, J. (2002) Opposing survivorship and fecundity effects of host phenology on the gall-forming aphid Hormaphis hamamelidis. Ecological Entomology, 27, 475-483. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 2002a. Signals shared by plants and insects and the potential for phylogenetic espionage. J. Integr. Comp. Biol. 42 (3): 454-462. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 2002b. Biochemical ecology: How plants fight dirty. Nature 416: 267 (invited essay). [Pdf]

2001

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Appel, H. M., H.L. Govenor, M. D’Ascenzo, E. Siska and J.C. Schultz. 2001. Limitations of Folin assays of foliar phenolics in ecological studies, J. Chem. Ecol. 27 (4): 761-778. [Link] [Pdf]

Inbar, M. and J.C. Schultz. 2001. Once again, insects worked it out first. Nature 414: 147-148 (letter). [Link] [Pdf]

Redman, A.M., D.F. Cipollini and J.C. Schultz. 2001. Fitness costs of jasmonic acid-induced defense in tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum. Oecologia, 126: 380-385. [Link] [Pdf]

Rehill, BJ, Schultz, JC. 2001. Hormaphis hamamelidis and gall size: a test of the Plant Vigor Hypothesis. Oikos 95(1): 94-104. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C., K. Schonrogge, and C.P. Lichtenstein. 2001. Plant response to bruchins. Trends Plant Sci. 406 (letter). [Link] [Pdf]

2000

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Schultz, J.C. and T.M. Arnold. 2000. (Book Review). Plant Multi-tasking, Bazzaz, F.A. and Grace, J. (editors). Ecology, 81: 2350–2350. [Link] [Pdf]

1999

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Cipollini, D.F., and A.M. Redman. 1999. Age-dependent effects of jasmonic acid treatment and wind exposure on foliar oxidase activity and insect resistance in tomato. J Chem. Ecol 25: 271-281. [Link] [Pdf]

Cipollini, D.F. and J.C. Schultz. 1999. Exploring cost constraints on stem elongation in plants using phenotypic manipulation. American Naturalist 153: 153: 236-242. [Link] [Pdf]

Cosgrove, D.J., S. Gilroy, T-h. Kao, H. Ma, and J. C. Schultz. 2000. Plant Signaling 2000. Cross Talk Among Geneticists, Physiologists, and Ecologists. Plant Physiol., 124: 499–505. [Link] [Pdf]

Feldman, K.S., A. Sambandam, K.E. Bowers, and H.M. Appel. 1999. Probing the role of polyphenol oxidation in mediating insect-pathogen interactions. Galloyl-derived electrophilic traps for the Lymantria dispar nuclear polyhedrosis virus matrix protein polyhedrin. Journal of Organic Chemistry 64:5794-5803. [Pdf]

Moran, P.J. and D.F. Cipollini. 1999. Effect of wind-induced mechanical stress on soluble peroxidase acivity and resistance to pests in cucumber. J. Phytopathology, in press. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. and Ted Floyd. 1999. Desert Survivor. Natural History 108: 24-29.

Vencl F.V. , T.C. Morton, R.O. Mumma, and J.C. Schultz. 1999. The shield defense of a larval tortoise beetle. J. Chem Ecol. 25: 549-566. [Link] [Pdf]

1998

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Appel H. M. and A. Joern. 1998. Gut physicochemistry of grassland grasshoppers. J. Insect Physiol. 44: 693-700. [Link] [Pdf]

Cipollini, D.F. 1998a. The induction of soluble peroxidase activity in leaves of bean plants by wind-induced mechanical perturbation. American Journal of Botany 85 Am J Bot 85: 1586-1591. [Link] [Pdf]

Cipollini, D.F. 1998b. Induced defenses and phenotypic plasticity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13: 200. [Link] [Pdf]

Moran, P.J. 1998. Plant-mediated interacations between insects and a fungal pathogen of cucumber, and the role of plant chemical responses to infection. Oecologia 115: 523-530. [Link] [Pdf]

Moran, P.J. and J.C. Schultz. 1998. Ecological and chemical associations among late-season squash pests. Environmental Entomology 27: 39-44. [Link] [Pdf]

Morton, T. C. 1998. Chemotaxonomic significance of hydroxylated pipecolic acids in Central American Inga (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae: Ingeae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 26 (4): 379-401. [Link] [Pdf]

Morton, T. C., and Vencl, F. V. 1998. Larval beetles form a defense from recycled host plant chemicals discharged as fecal wastes. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 24 (5): 765-75. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 1998. Plant Resource Allocation (book review). Ecology 79: 600. [Link] [Pdf]

Vencl, F. V., and Morton, T. C. 1998a. The shield defense of the sumac flea beetle, Blepharida rhois (Chrysomelidae: Alticinae). Chemoecology, 8 1), 25-32. [Link] [Pdf]

Vencl, F. V., and Morton, T. C. 1998b. Did chemical change in shield defenses promote diversification of shining leaf beetles (Chrysomelidae: Criocerinae)? in Biondi, Proc. 4th Int Symp on the Chrysomelidae: 1-14. [Link] [Pdf]

1997

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Cipollini, D.F. 1997a. Gibberellic acid treatment reduces the tolerance of field-grown common bean to leaf removal. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 16: 123-127. [Link] [Pdf]

Cipollini, D.F. 1997b. Wind-induced mechanical stimulation increases pest resistance in common bean. Oecologia 111: 84-90. [Link] [Pdf]

Cipollini DF, Schultz JC. 1997. Wind and trees. Trends Ecol Evol. 12: 276-277. [Link] [Pdf]

Govenor, H., J.C. Schultz and H.M. Appel. 1997. Impact of dietary allelochemicals on gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) caterpillars: Importance of midgut alkalinity. J. Insect Physiol. 12: 1169-1175. [Link] [Pdf]

Morton, T. C. 1997. Review of Applications of Modern Mass Spectrometry in Plant Science Research edited by R. P. Newton and T. J. Walton. Plant Science Bulletin 43 (4).

Orians, C.M. and T. Floyd. 1997. The susceptibility of parental and hybrid willows to plant enemies under contrasting soil conditions. Oecologia 109:407-413. [Link] [Pdf]

1996

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Feldman, K.S. , Quideau, S., and H.M. Appel. 1996. Galloyl-derived orthoquinones as reactive partners in nucleophilic additions and Diels-Alder dimerizations: a novel route to the dehydrodigalloyl linker unit of agrimoniin-type ellagitannins. Journal of Organic Chemistry 61:6656-6665. [Link] [Pdf]

Floyd, T. 1996. Top-down impacts on creosotebush herbivores in a spatially and temporally complex environment. Ecology 77:1544-1555. [Link] [Pdf]

Gurevitch, J., Taub, D. R., Morton, T. C., Gomez, P. L., and Wang, I.-N. 1996. Competition and genetic background in a rapid-cycling cultivar of Brassica rapa (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany, 83 (7), 932-938. [Link] [Pdf]

Hammerschmitt, R. and J.C. Schultz. 1996. Multiple defenses and signals in plant defense against pathogens and herbivores. Recent Adv. in Phytochemistry 30: 121-154. [Link]

Morton, T. C. 1996. Review of “Modern Methods of Plant Analysis Vol. 15: Alkaloids” edited by H. F. Linskens and J. F. Jackson. Plant Science Bulletin 42 (2), 58-59.

1995

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Appel, H.M. and L. Maines. 1995. The influence of host plant on gut conditions of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) caterpillars. Journal of Insect Physiology 41:241-246. [Link] [Pdf]

Floyd, T. 1995. First breeding colony of herring gulls in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Birds 8:34.

Hess, P.D. and T. Floyd. 1995. Neotropical migrants in Pennsylvania: evidence of absence, or absence of evidence? Pennsylvania Birds 8:201-203.

Hunter, M.D. and J.C. Schultz. 1995. Fertilization mitigates chemical induction and herbivore responses within damaged oak trees. Ecology 76:1226-1232. [Link] [Pdf]

Moran, P. J., and Morton, T. C. 1995. Review of “Analysis of plant phenolic metabolites”. Ecoscience 3 (4), 418-419.

Quideau, S., K.S. Feldman, and H.M. Appel. 1995. The chemistry of galloyl-derived o-quinones: reactivity toward nucleophiles. Journal of Organic Chemistry 60:4982-4983. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 1995. When nature writers get it wrong. (Book review/editorial) Natural History Magazine 6/95: 45-48.

1994

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Appel, H.M. and J.C. Schultz. 1994. Oak tannins reduce effectiveness of Thuricide (Bacillus thuringiensis) in the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 87: 1736-1742. [Link] [Pdf]

Floyd, T. 1994. A comparison of forest interior neotropical migrant bird populations in two New Jersey forests. Cassinia 65:3-11. [Link] [Pdf]

Futuyma, D. J., Walsh, J. S., Morton, T., Funk, D. J., and Keese, M. C. 1994 Genetic variation in a phylogenetic context: Responses of two leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae. to host plants of their congeners. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 7, 127-146. [Link] [Pdf]

Hunter, M.D., D.J. Biddinger, E.J. Carlini, et al. 1994a. Effects of apple leaf allelochemistry on tufted apple bud moth (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae) resistance to azinphosmethyl. J. Econ. Entomol. 87:1423-1429. [Pdf]

Hunter, M.D., L.A. Hull and J.C. Schultz. 1994b. Evaluation of resistance to tufted apple bud moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) within and among apple cultivars. Environ. Entomol. 23:282-291. [Link]

Kleiner, K.W. and M.E. Montgomery. 1994. Forest stand susceptibility to the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera:Lymantriidae): species and site effects on foliage quality to larvae. Environmental Entomology 23:699-711. [Link] [Pdf]

1993

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Appel, H.M. 1993a. Phenolics in ecological interactions: the importance of oxidation. Journal of Chemical Ecology 19:1521-1552. [Link] [Pdf]

Appel, H. M. 1993b. The insect gut lumen: physiochemistry and impact on plant allelochemicals and nutrients. Pp. 209-223 In, E.A. Bernays, ed., Insect-Plant Interactions Volume 5, CRC Press, Inc.

Dyer, L.A. and T. Floyd. 1993. Determinants of predation on phytophagous insects: the importance of diet breadth. Oecologia 96:575-582. [Link] [Pdf]

Hunter, M.D. and J.C. Schultz. 1993. Induced plant defenses breached? Phytochemical induction protects an herbivore against disease. Oecologia 94: 195-203. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M.C., D.L. Cox-Foster, and M.A. Briggs. 1993. Initiation of maternal effects in Lymantria dispar L.: Genetic and ecological components of egg provisioning. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 6: 577-589. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 1993a. Plant signals in systemic responses to herbivores. In Plant Signalling in Interactions with other Organisms, J.C. Schultz and I. Raskin, eds., Amer. Soc. Plant Physiol., Rockville, MD, pp. 93-101.

Schultz, J.C. 1993b. (Book review) Phytochemical Induction by Herbivores. J. Chem. Ecol. 19(3): 601-604. [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. and I. Raskin, eds. 1993. Plant Signalling in Interactions with Other Organisms. Amer. Soc. Plant Physiol., Rockville, MD, 271 pp.

1992

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Appel, H.M. and J.C. Schultz. 1992. Activity of phenolics in insects: the role of oxidation. In: Plant Polyphenols: Biogenesis, Chemical Properties and Significance, P.E. Laks and R.W. Hemingway, eds., Plenum Press, pp. 609-620.

DeVeau, E.J.I. and J.C. Schultz. 1992. Reassessment of the interaction between gut detergents and tannins in Lepidoptera and significance for gypsy moth larvae. J. Chem. Ecol. 18: 1437-1453. [Link] [Pdf]

Foster, M.A., J.C. Schultz and M.D. Hunter. 1992. Modelling gypsy moth-virus-leaf chemistry interactions: implications of plant quality for pest and pathogen dynamics. J. Anim. Ecol. 61: 510-520. [Link] [Pdf]

Hunter, M.D. 1992. Interactions within herbivore communities mediated by the host plant: the keystone herbivore concept. In: The Effects of Resource Distribution on Animal-Plant Interactions (Eds. M.D. Hunter, T. Ohgushi & P.W. Price), Pp 287-325. Academic Press, San Diego.

Hunter, M.D. and P.W. Price. 1992a. Playing chutes and ladders. Heterogeneity and the relative roles of bottom-up and top-down foces in natural communities. Ecology 73: 724-732. [Link] [Pdf]

Hunter, M.D. and P.W. Price. 1992b. Natural variability in plants and animals. In: The Effects of Resource Distribution on Animal-Plant Interactions (Eds. M.D. Hunter, T. Ohgushi & P.W. Price), Pp 1-12. Academic Press, San Diego.

Kleiner, K.W., M.D. Abrams and J.C. Schultz. 1992a. The impact or water and nutrient deficiencies on the growth, gas exchange and water relations of red oak and chestnut oak. Tree Physiol. 11: 171-287. [Link] [Pdf]

Kleiner, K.W., M.D. Abrams, and J.C. Schultz. 1992b. The impact of water and nutrient deficiencies on oak leaf quality and gypsy moth performance. Proc. 8th Int. Symp. Insect-Plant Relationships: 52-54.

Matson, P.A. and M.D. Hunter. 1992. The relative contributions of top-down and bottom-up forces in population and community ecology. Ecology 73: 723. [Link] [Pdf]

Nichols-Orians, C.M. 1992. The acceptability of young and mature leaves to leaf-cutter ants varies with light environment. Biotropica 24: 211-214. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M.C. 1992. The impact of resource variation on population quality in herbivorous insects: A critical component of population dynamics. In M.D. Hunter, T. Ohgushi and P.W. Price (eds.), Resource Distribution and Animal-Plant Interactions, Pp. 13-42. Academic Press, San Diego.

Schultz, J.C. 1992. Factoring enemy risk into resource availability to leaf-feeding herbivores. In: Resource Distribution and Plant-Animal Interactions, P. W. Price, et al., eds., Oxford Univ. Press, pp. 175-197.

Schultz, J.C., M.D. Hunter and M.A. Appel. 1992. Antimicrobial activity of polyphenols mediates plant-herbivore interactions. In: Plant Polyphenols: Biogenesis, Chemical Properties and Significance. P.E. Laks and R.W. Hemingway, eds., Plenum Press, pp. 621-637.

1991

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Briggs, M.A. 1991. The influence of herbivory and nutrient availability on Lotus corniculatus. Functional Ecology 5: 780-786. [Link] [Pdf]

Kleiner, K.W. 1991. Stability of phenolic and protein measures in excised oak foliage. Journal of Chemical Ecology 17:1243-1251. [Link] [Pdf]

Nichols-Orians, C.M. 1991a. Environmentally induced differences in plant traits: consequences for susceptibility to a leaf-cutter ant. Ecology 72:1609-1623. [Link] [Pdf]

Nichols-Orians, C.M. 1991b. Differential effects of condensed and hydrolyzable tannin on polyphenol oxidase activity of attine symbiotic fungus. Journal of Chemical Ecology 17: 1811-1819. [Link] [Pdf]

Nichols-Orians, C.M. 1991c. Condensed tannins, attine ants, and the performance of a symbiotic fungus. Journal of Chemical Ecology 17:1177-1195. [Link] [Pdf]

Nichols-Orians, C.M. 1991d. The effects of light on foliar chemistry, growth and susceptibility of seedlings of a canopy tree to an attine ant. Oecologia 86: 552-560. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M.C. 1991a. Environmentally-based maternal effects: A hidden force in insect population dynamics? Oecologia 87: 288-294. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M.C. 1991b. Maternal effects generate variation in life history: consequences of egg weight plasticity in the gypsy moth. Functional Ecology 5: 386-393. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 1991a. The Multimillion-Dollar Gypsy Moth Question. Natural History Magazine. 6/91: 40-44.
This paper has been reprinted in “Modern and Classic Readings in Biology” and forms the basis of a reading/analytical question on the current Graduate Record Exam

Schultz, J.C. 1991b. Potential causes of pear thrips outbreaks in sugar maple. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report No. 47:113-129. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. and S.T. Keating. 1991. Hostplant-mediated interactions between the gypsy moth and a baculovirus. In: Microorganisms, Plants and Herbivores, P. Barbosa, V.A. Krischik, and C.G. Jones, eds., J. Wiley, NY, pp. 325-337.

1990

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Abrams, M.D., K.W. Kleiner and J.C. Schultz. 1990. Ecophysiological responses in mesic versus xeric hardwood species during early-season drought in central Pennsylvania. For. Sci. 36: 970-991. [Pdf]

Briggs, M.A. 1990a. Relation of Spodoptera eridania choice to tannins and protein of Lotus corniculatus. Journal of Chemical Ecology 16: 1557-1564. [Link] [Pdf]

Briggs, M.A. 1990b. Chemical defense production in Lotus corniculatus L. I. The effects of nitrogen source on growth, reproduction and defense. Oecologia 1990. 83: 27-31. [Link] [Pdf]

Briggs, M. A. and J. C. Schultz. 1990. Trade-offs among growth, reproduction and chemical defense in Lotus corniculatus. Oecologia 83: 32-37. [Link] [Pdf]

Denslow, J.S., J.C. Schultz, P.M. Vitousek and B.R. Strain. 1990. Growth responses of tropical shrubs to treefall gap environments. Ecology 71: 165-179. [Link] [Pdf]

Keating, S.T., J.C. Schultz and W.G. Yendol. 1990a. The effect of diet on gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) larval midgut pH, and its relationship with larval susceptibility to a baculovirus. J. Invert. Pathol. 56: 317-326. [Link] [Pdf]

Keating, S. T., M. D. Hunter and J. C. Schultz. 1990b. Leaf-phenolic inhibition of the gypsy moth nuclear polyhedrosis virus: The role of polyhedral inclusion body aggregation, J. Chem. Ecol. 16: 1445-1457. [Link] [Pdf]

Nichols-Orians, C. and J.C. Schultz. 1990. Interaction among toughness, chemistry, and harvesting by leafcutter ants. Ecological Entomol. 15: 311-326. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M.C., W.G. Yendol, and N.R. Dubois. 1990. Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae): Genetic and environmental causes. Journal of Economic Entomology 83(6): 2211-2218. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C., M.A. Foster and M.E. Montgomery. 1990. Hostplant-mediated impact of pathogens on gypsy moth populations. In: Population Dynamics of Forest Insects, A. Watt and M.D. Hunter, eds., Intercept, Ltd., London, pp. 303-313.

1989

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Keating, S. T., W. C. Yendol and J. C. Schultz. 1989. Relationship between susceptibility of gypsy moth larvae (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) to a baculovirus and host plant foliage constituents. Environ. Entomol. 17: 952-958. [Link]

Kleiner, K.W., M.E. Montgomery and J.C. Schultz. 1989. Variation in leaf quality of two oak species: Implication for stand susceptibility to gypsy moth defoliation. Can. J. For. Sci. 19: 1445-1450. [Link] [Pdf]

Nichols-Orians, C. and J. C. Schultz. 1989, Leaf toughness affects leaf harvesting by the leaf cutter ant, Atta cephalotes (L.)(Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Biotropica 21: 91-93. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M.C. 1989. Book Review: Epizootiology of Insect Disease. Fuxa and Tanada (eds.) Quarterly Review of Biology 64(2): 207-208.

Schultz, J.C. 1989a. Tannin-insect interactions. In The Chemistry and Significance of Condensed Tannins, R.W. Hemingway and J. Karchesy, eds. Plenum Press, NY, pp. 417-433

Schultz, J. C. 1989b. Many factors influence the evolution of herbivore diets, but plant chemistry is central. Ecology 69: 1364-1369. [Link] [Pdf]

1988

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Baldwin, 1. T. and J. C. Schultz. 1988. Phylogeny and the patterns of leaf phenolics in gap- and forest-adapted Piper and Miconia understory shrubs. Oecologia 75: 105-111. [Link] [Pdf]

Holmes, R. T. and J. C. Schultz. 1988. Food availability for forest birds: Effects of prey distribution and abundance on bird foraging. Can. J. Zool. 66: 720-728. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M. C., J.C. Schultz and I.T. Baldwin. 1988. Relationships among defoliation, red oak phenolics, and gypsy moth growth and reproduction. Ecology 69: 267-277. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J. C. 1988 Plant responses induced by herbivores. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 3: 45-49. [Link] [Pdf]

1987

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Baldwin, I.T., J.C. Schultz, and D. Ward. 1987. Patterns and sources of leaf tannin variation in yellow birch (Betula allegheniensis) and sugar maple (Acer saccharum). J. Chem. Ecol. 13: 1069-1079. [Link] [Pdf]

Barbosa, P. and J.C. Schultz, eds. 1987. Insect Pest Outbreaks: Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives. Academic Press, NY.

Denslow, J.S., P.A. Vitousek and J.C. Schultz. 1987. Bioassays of nutrient limitation in a tropical rain forest soil. Oecologia 74: 370-376. [Link] [Pdf]

Nothnagle, P.J. and J.C. Schultz. 1987. What is a Forest Pest? In: Insect Outbreaks: Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives. P. Barbosa and J.C. Schultz (eds.). Academic Press, NY, pp. 59-80.

Rossiter, M.C. 1987a. Use of a secondary host by non-outbreak populations of the Gypsy moth. Ecology 68: 857-868. [Link] [Pdf]

Rossiter, M.C. 1987b. Genetic and phenotypic variation in diet breadth in a generalist herbivore. Evolutionary Ecology 1: 272-282. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J. C. 1987a. (Book review) Forest Insects: Principles and Practice of Population Management. Quart. Rev. Biol. 62: 328-329.

Schultz, Jack C. 1987b. (Book review) Biosynthetic Pathways. Ecology 68: 7063.

1986

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Schultz, J. C. 1986a (Book review) Jungle Lore. Bull. Ent. Soc. Amer. 32: 47-49.

Schultz, J. C. 1986b (Book review) The North American Grasshoppers, Vol. 2 Quart. Rev. Biol. 61: 113-114.

Schultz, J.C. and M.J. Lechowicz. 1986. Hostplant, larval age, and feeding behavior influence midgut pH in the gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar). Oecologia 71: 133-137. [Link] [Pdf]

1985

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Rashid, K.A., I.T. Baldwin, J.G. Babish, J.C. Schultz, and R.O. Mumma. 1985. Mutagenicity tests with gallic and tannic acid in the Salmonella/mammalian microsome assay. J. Environ. Sci. and Health 20:153-165. [Link] [Pdf]

1984

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Baldwin, I.T. and J.C. Schultz. 1984a. Damage- and communication-induced changes in yellow birch leaf phenolics. Proc. 8th Annual For. Biol. Workshop, R. Lenner, ed. pp. 25-33, Utah State Univ. Press.

Baldwin, I.T. and J.C. Schultz. 1984b. Tannins lost from sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh) and yellow birch (Betula allegheniensis Britt.) leaf litter. J.Soil Biol. Biochem. 16: 421-422. [Pdf]

Schultz, J. C. 1984. The use of scientific data in Act 250 proceedings. Proc. Vermont Law School Conference on Land Use Act 250.

Schultz, J.C. and I.T. Baldwin. 1984. Changes in tree quality in response to defoliation. Proc. CANUSA Workshop on Forest Defoliator-Host Interactions: A Comparison Between Spruce Budworm and Gypsy Moth. R.L. Talerico, ed., USDA-FS, pp. 83-86, Broomall, PA. [Pdf]

1983

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Baldwin, I.T. and J.C. Schultz. 1983. Rapid changes in tree leaf chemistry induced by damage: evidence for communication between plants. Science 221: 277-279. [Link] [Pdf]

Baldwin, I.T., R.K. Olson, and W.A. Reiners. 1983. Protein binding phenolics and the inhibition of nitrification in subalpine balsam fir soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 15:419-423. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J.C. 1983a. Habitat selection and foraging tactics of caterpillars in heterogeneous trees. IN: Variable Plants and Herbivores in Natural and Managed Systems. R.F. Denno and M.S. McClure, eds. Academic Press, NY, pp. 61-90. [GoogleBook]

Schultz, J. C. 1983b. Impact of variable plant defensive chemistry on susceptibility of insects to natural enemies. IN: Plant resistance to insects. P.A. Hedin, ed. American Chemical Society, Washington. American Chemical Society Symposium Series 208: 37-54. [Link] [Pdf]

Schultz, J. C. 1983c Tree tactics. Natural History 5/83, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist., NY.

1982

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Schultz, J. C. 1982 The North American Grasshoppers, Vol. I (Book Review), Bull. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 29: 375-376.

Schultz, J.C. and I.T. Baldwin. 1982. Oak leaf quality declines in response to defoliation by gypsy moth larvae. Science 217: 149-151. [Link] [Pdf]
This is the 7th most-frequently cited paper on plants and herbivores, according to the Institute for Scientific Information

Schultz, J.C., P. J. Nothnagle, and I.T. Baldwin. 1982. Individual and seasonal variation in leaf quality of two northern hardwoods tree species. Amer. J. Botany 69: 753-659. [Link] [Pdf]

1981

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Schultz, J.C., I.T. Baldwin, and P.J. Nothnagle. 1981. Hemoglobin as a binding substrate in the quantitative analysis of plant tannins. J. Agric. Food Chem. 29: 823-826. [Link] [Pdf]

GenBank Accessions

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Szpara, M.L.T., B.A. McPheron, and J.C. Schultz. 1998. AAC99434 beta-fructofuranosidase; fructosidase; invertase [Hamamelis virginiana] gi|4092524|gb|AAC99434.1|[4092524] [Link]

Szpara, M.L.T., B.A. McPheron, and J.C. Schultz. 1998. AAC99433 beta-fructofuranosidase; fructosidase; invertase [Hamamelis virginiana] gi|4092522|gb|AAC99433.1|[4092522] [Link]

Szpara, M.L.T., B.A. McPheron, and J.C. Schultz. 1998. AAC99432 beta-fructofuranosidase; fructosidase; invertase [Hamamelis virginiana] gi|4092520|gb|AAC99432.1|[4092520] [Link]

Szpara, M.L.T., B.A. McPheron, and J.C. Schultz. 1998. AAC99431 beta-fructofuranosidase; fructosidase; invertase [Hamamelis virginiana] gi|4092518|gb|AAC99431.1|[4092518] [Link]

Szpara, M.L.T., B.A. McPheron, and J.C. Schultz. 1998. AAC99430 beta-fructofuranosidase; fructosidase; invertase [Hamamelis virginiana] gi|4092516|gb|AAC99430.1|[4092516] [Link]

Szpara, M.L.T., B.A. McPheron, and J.C. Schultz. 1998. AAC99429 beta-fructofuranosidase; fructosidase; invertase [Hamamelis virginiana] gi|4092514|gb|AAC99429.1|[4092514] [Link]

Szpara, M.L.T., B.A. McPheron, and J.C. Schultz. 1998. AAC99428 beta-fructofuranosidase; fructosidase; invertase [Hamamelis virginiana] gi|4092512|gb|AAC99428.1|[4092512] [Link]

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