Deane Bowers
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The effects of enriched carbon dioxide atmospheres on plant—insect herbivore interactions
ED Fajer, MD Bowers, FA Bazzaz
Science 243 (4895), 1198-1200, 1989
The Effect of Nutrients and Enriched CO2 Environments on Production of Carbon-Based Allelochemicals in Plantago: A Test of the Carbon/Nutrient Balance …
ED Fajer, MD Bowers, FA Bazzaz
The American Naturalist 140 (4), 707-723, 1992
Effects of plant age, genotype and herbivory on Plantago performance and chemistry
MD Bowers, NE Stamp
Ecology 74 (6), 1778-1791, 1993
Gut microbes may facilitate insect herbivory of chemically defended plants
TJ Hammer, MD Bowers
Oecologia 179, 1-14, 2015
Response of generalist and specialist insects to qualitative allelochemical variation
M Deane Bowers, GM Puttick
Journal of chemical ecology 14, 319-334, 1988
The evolution of unpalatability and the cost of chemical defense in insects M. Deane Bowers University of Colorado, Boulder
MD Bowers
Insect chemical ecology: an evolutionary approach, 216, 1992
Immunological cost of chemical defence and the evolution of herbivore diet breadth
AM Smilanich, LA Dyer, JQ Chambers, MD Bowers
Ecology Letters 12 (7), 612-621, 2009
Iridoid glycosides
MD Bowers, GA Rosenthal, M Berenbaum
Herbivores: Their Interactions with Secondary Plant Metabolites, 2nd ed …, 1991
Aposematic Caterpillars: Life-Styles of the Warningly Colored and Unpalatable M. Deane Bowers
MD Bowers
Caterpillars: ecological and evolutionary constraints on foraging, 1331, 1993
Iridoid glycosides and host-plant specificity in larvae of the buckeye butterfly,Junonia coenia (Nymphalidae)
MD Bowers
Journal of Chemical Ecology 10, 1567-1577, 1984
Unpalatability as a defense strategy of Euphydryas phaeton (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)
MD Bowers
Evolution, 586-600, 1980
Variation in food quality and temperature constrain foraging of gregarious caterpillars
NE Stamp, MD Bowers
Ecology 71 (3), 1031-1039, 1990
Genetic variation in defensive chemistry in Plantago lanceolata (Plantaginaceae) and its effect on the specialist herbivore Junonia coenia (Nymphalidae)
LS Adler, J Schmitt, MD Bowers
Oecologia 101, 75-85, 1995
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal species suppress inducible plant responses and alter defensive strategies following herbivory
AE Bennett, JD Bever, M Deane Bowers
Oecologia 160, 771-779, 2009
Elevation-dependent temperature trends in the Rocky Mountain Front Range: changes over a 56-and 20-year record
CR McGuire, CR Nufio, MD Bowers, RP Guralnick
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e44370, 2012
Chemical variation within and between individuals ofPlantago lanceolata (Plantaginaceae)
MD Bowers, NE Stamp
Journal of chemical ecology 18, 985-995, 1992
Early stage of host range expansion by a specialist herbivore, Euphydryas phaeton (Nymphalidae)
MD Bowers, NE Stamp, SK Collinge
Ecology 73 (2), 526-536, 1992
Fate of ingested iridoid glycosides in lepidopteran herbivores
MD Bowers, GM Puttick
Journal of Chemical Ecology 12, 169-178, 1986
The role of iridoid glycosides in host-plant specificity of checkerspot butterflies
MD Bowers
Journal of Chemical Ecology 9, 475-493, 1983
Soil nutrient effects on oviposition preference, larval performance, and chemical defense of a specialist insect herbivore
KL Prudic, JC Oliver, MD Bowers
Oecologia 143, 578-587, 2005
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