University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
College of Biological Sciences
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Publications

A majority of the publications listed here are based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers DEB-8114302(1982), DEB-8811884(1989), DEB-9411972(1994), DEB-0080382(2000), DEB-0620652(2006), DEB-1234162(2013).

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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Aber, J. D.; Reich, P. B.; Goulden, M. L.; Extrapolating leaf CO2 exchange to the canopy: a generalized model of forest photosynthesis compared with measurements by eddy correlation. Oecologia 106:257-265. 1996 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Aber, J. D; Ollinger, S. V.; Federer, C. A.; Reich, P. B.; Goulden, M. L.; Kicklighter, D. W.; Melillo, J. M.; Lathrop~Jr., R. G.; Predicting the effects of climate change on water yield and forest production in the northeastern United States. Climate Research 5:207-222. 1995 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Abraham, R. L.; An Analysis of Mallard Vocalizations. M.S. Thesis. University of Minnesota. 1971

Abraham, R. L.; Mortality of mallards exposed to gamma radiation. Radiation Research 49(2):322-327. 1972 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Abraham, R. L.; Vocalizations of the mallard (Anas platyrhynchos). The Condor 76(4):401-420. 1974 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Abrahamson, W. G.; Brown, J. M.; Roth, S. K.; Summerford, D. V.; Horner, J. D.; Hess, M. D.; How, S. T.; Craig, T. P.; Packer, R. A.; Itami, J. K.; "Gallmaker speciation: and assessment of the roles of host-plant characters and phenology, gallmaker competition, and natural enemies. Pages 208-222 in P. W. Price, W. Mattson, and Y. Baranchikov, editors, The ecology and evolution of gall-forming insects. USDA Forest Service, North Central Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-174." 1994

Ackerly, D.; Reich, P. B.; Convergence and correlations among leaf size and function in seed plants: a comparative test using independent contrasts. American Journal of Botany 86:1272-1281. 1999 [Full Text]

Adair, Carol; Reich, Peter; Trost, Jared; Hobbie, Sarah; Elevated CO2 stimulates grassland soil respiration by increasing carbon inputs rather than by enhancing soil moisture. 2011. Global Change Biology 17:3546 2011 [Full Text] e141

Adair, E. C.; Hobbie, S. E.; Hobbie, R. K.; Single pool exponential decomposition models: potential pitfalls in their use in ecological studies. Ecology 91:1225-1236 2010 [Full Text] e145

Adair, E. C.; Reich, P. B.; Hobbie, S. E.; Knops, J. M. H.; Interactive effects of time, CO2, N and diversity on total belowground carbon allocation and ecosystem carbon storage in a grassland community. Ecosystems 12:1037 2009 [Full Text] e141

Adair, E. Carol; Parton, William J.; Del Grosso, Steven J.; Silver, Whendee L.; Harmon, Mark E.; Hall, Sonia A.; Burke, Ingrid C.; Hart, Stephen C.; Simple three-pool model accurately describes patterns of long-term litter decomposition in diverse climates. Global Change Biology 14:2636. 2008 [Full Text]

Adler, Peter B.; Seabloom, Eric W.; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Hillebrand, Helmut; Hautier, Yann; Hector, Andy; Harpole, W. Stanley; O Halloran, Lydia R.; Grace, James B.; Anderson, T. Michael; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Biederman, Lori A.; Brown, Cynthia S.; Buckley, Yvonne M.; Calabrese, Laura B.; Chu, Cheng-Jin; Cleland, Elsa E.; Collins, Scott L.; Cottingham, Kathryn L.; Crawley, Michael J.; Damschen, Ellen I.; Davies, Kendi F.; DeCrappeo, Nicole M.; Fay, Philip A.; Firn, Jennifer; Frater, Paul; Gasarch, Eve I.; Gruner, Daniel S.; Hagenah, Nicole; Lambers, Janneke Hille Ris; Humphries, Hope; Jin, Virginia L.; Kay, Adam D.; Kirkman, Kevin P.; Klein, Julia A.; Knops, Johannes M. H.; Pierre, Kimberly J. La; Lambrinos, John G.; Li, Wei; MacDougall, Andrew S.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; Melbourne, Brett A.; Mitchell, Charles E.; Moore, Joslin L.; Morgan, John W.; Mortensen, Brent; Orrock, John L.; Prober, Suzanne M.; Pyke, David A.; Risch, Anita C.; Schuetz, Martin; Smith, Melinda D.; Stevens, Carly J.; Sullivan, Lauren L.; Wang, Gang; Wragg, Peter D.; Wright, Justin P.; Yang, Louie H.; 2012. Towards a multivariate representation of the multiple mechanisms controlling productivity and diversity: Response to Comments on "Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness". Science 335:1441. 2012 [Full Text]

Adler, Peter B.; Seabloom, Eric W.; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Hillebrand, Helmut; Hautier, Yann; Hector, Andy; Harpole, W. Stanley; O Halloran, Lydia R.; Grace, James B.; Anderson, T. Michael; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Biederman, Lori A.; Brown, Cynthia S.; Buckley, Yvonne M.; Calabrese, Laura B.; Chu, Cheng-Jin; Cleland, Elsa E.; Collins, Scott L.; Cottingham, Kathryn L.; Crawley, Michael J.; Damschen, Ellen I.; Davies, Kendi F.; DeCrappeo, Nicole M.; Fay, Philip A.; Firn, Jennifer; Frater, Paul; Gasarch, Eve I.; Gruner, Daniel S.; Hagenah, Nicole; Lambers, Janneke Hille Ris; Humphries, Hope; Jin, Virginia L.; Kay, Adam D.; Kirkman, Kevin P.; Klein, Julia A.; Knops, Johannes M. H.; Pierre, Kimberly J. La; Lambrinos, John G.; Li, Wei; MacDougall, Andrew S.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; Melbourne, Brett A.; Mitchell, Charles E.; Moore, Joslin L.; Morgan, John W.; Mortensen, Brent; Orrock, John L.; Prober, Suzanne M.; Pyke, David A.; Risch, Anita C.; Schuetz, Martin; Smith, Melinda D.; Stevens, Carly J.; Sullivan, Lauren L.; Wang, Gang; Wragg, Peter D.; Wright, Justin P.; Yang, Louie H.; Productivity Is a Poor Predictor of Plant Species Richness. Science 333:1750. 2011 [Full Text]

Agren, G. I.; Hyvonen, R.; Berglund, S. L.; Hobbie, S. E.; Estimating the critical N:C from litter decomposition data and its relation to soil organic matter stoichiometry; Soil Biol.Biochem.; 2013: 67, 0, 312-318 2013 [Full Text] e001

Ali, Ashehad A.; Medlyn, Belinda E.; Crous, Kristine Y.; Reich, Peter B.; A trait-based ecosystem model suggests that long-term responsiveness to rising atmospheric CO2 concentration is greater in slow-growing than fast-growing plants
Functional Ecology 2013, 27, 1011–1022; doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12102 2013 [Full Text] e141

Allison, T. D.; "The influence of deer browsing on the reproductive biology of Canada yew (Taxus canadensis marsh.) I. Direct effect on pollen, ovule, and seed production. Oecologia 83:523-529." 1990 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Allison, T. D.; "The reproductive biology of Canada Yew (Taxus canadensis) and its modification by herbivory: implications for wind-pollination. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 1987

Allison, T. D.; Pollen production and plant density affect pollination and seed production in Taxus canadensis. Ecology 71(2):516-522. 1990 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Allison, T. D.; The influence of deer browsing on the reproductive biology of Canada yew (Taxus canadensis marsh.) II. Pollen limitation: an indirect effect. Oecologia 83:530-534. 1990 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Allison, T. D.; The influence of deer browsing on the reproductive biology of Canada yew (Taxus canadensis marsh.) III. Sex expression. Oecologia 89:223-228. 1992 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Allison, T. D.; Variation in sex expression in Canada yew (Taxus Canadensis). American Journal of Botany 78(4):569-578. 1991 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Anderson, M. G.; Hepp, G. R.; McKinney, F.; Owen, M.; "Workshop summary: courtship and pairing in winter. Pages 123-131 in Weller, M. W., editor. Waterfowl in Winter. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN." 1988 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Antonika, A.; Wolf, J.; Bowker, M.; Classen, A. T.; Johnson, N. C.; Linking above- and belowground responses to global change at community and ecosystem scales. Global Change Biology 15:914-929, 2009 2009 [Abstract] [Full Text] e141

Antoninka, Anita; Reich, Peter B.; Johnson, Nancy Collins; Seven years of carbon dioxide enrichment, nitrogen fertilization and plant diversity influence arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a grassland ecosystem. New Phytologist 192:200. 2011 [Full Text] e141

Archibald, H. L.; Directional differences in the sound intensity of ruffed grouse drumming. The Auk 91(3):517-521. 1974 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Archibald, H. L.; Is the 10-year wildlife cycle induced by a lunar cycle? Wildlife Society Bulletin 5:126-129. 1977 [Full Text]

Archibald, H. L.; Spatial relationships of neighboring male ruffed grouse in spring. Journal of Wildlife Management 40(4):750-760. 1976 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Archibald, H. L.; Spring Drumming Activity and Space Use of Ruffed Grouse. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Minnesota. 1973

Archibald, H. L.; Spring drumming patterns of ruffed grouse. The Auk 93:808-829. 1976 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Archibald, H. L.; Temporal patterns of spring space use by ruffed grouse. Journal of Wildlife Management 39(3):472-481. 1975 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Arenz, B. E.; Bradeen, J. M.; Otto-Hanson, L. K.; Kinkel, L. L.; Two grass species fail to display differing species-specific effects on soil bacterial community structures after one season of greenhouse growth; Plant Soil, 2014 2014 [Full Text]

Arevalo, J. R.; DeCoster, J. K.; McAlister, S. D.; Palmer, M. W.; Changes in two Minnesota forests during 14 years following catastrophic windthrow. Journal of Vegetation Science 11:833-840. 2000 [Full Text]

Arevalo, J. R.; DeCoster, J. K.; McAlister, S.; Palmer, M. W.; "Changes in two Minnesota forests during 14 years following catastrophic windthrow. Proceedings IAVS Symposium, Pp. 47-50." 2000 [Full Text]

Arnold, J.; Patterns of insect herbivory on two species of oak seedlings in oak savannas and old fields. Undergraduate Thesis. University of Nebraska. 2002

Artist, R. C.; Pollen spectrum studies on the Anoka Sand Plain in Minnesota. Ecological Monographs 9:493-535. 1939 [Full Text]

Avis, P. G.; McLaughlin, D. J.; Dentinger, B. C.; Reich, P. B.; Long-term increase in nitrogen supply alters above- and belowground ectomycorrhizal communities and increases the dominance of Russula spp. in a temperate oak savanna. New Phytologist 160:239-253. 2003 [Full Text]

Avis, P; The effects of long-term nitrogen fertilization on the mycorrhizal communities of a temperate deciduous ecosystem. Ph. D. Thesis. University of Minnesota.[2111] 2003

Axelrod, A. N.; Irving, F. D.; Some effects of prescribed fire at Cedar Creek Natural History Area. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 44(2):9-11. 1978 [Abstract] [Full Text] e133

Axelrod, A. N.; The Effects of Varying Frequencies of Controlled Burning on American Hazel at the Cedar Creek Natural History Area. M.S. Thesis. University of Minnesota. 1974 e133

Baer, S; Engle, D; Knops, J; Langeland, KA; Maxwell, BD; Menalled, F; A, Symstad; Vulnerability of rehabilitated agricultural production systems to invasion by nontarget plant species. Environmental Management 43:189 2009 [Full Text]

Bajpai, A.; "Biodiversity and ecosystem function: a case study in algal microcosms. M.S. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 1996

Bakalar, N.; Biodiversity Aids Productivity. Discover 28:53. 2007

Bakker, E. S.; Hillhouse, H.; Knops, J. M. H.; Milchunas, D. G.; Olff, H.; Ritchie, M. E.; Grazer impact on N cycling along a grassland fertility gradient. Ecology. 2007

Bakker, E. S.; Ritchie, M. E.; Olff, H.; Milchunas, D. G.; Knops, J. M. H.; Herbivore impact on grassland plant diversity depends on habitat productivity and herbivore size. ECOLOGY LETTERS 9:780-788. 2006 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bakker, E.; Knops, J.; Milchunas, D.; Ritchie, M.; Olff, H.; Cross-site comparison of herbivore impact on nitrogen availability in grasslands: the role of plant nitrogen concentration. Oikos 118:1613 2009 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bakker, M. B.; Tu, Z. J.; Bradeen, J. M.; and Kinkel, L. L.; Implications of Pyrosequencing Error Correction for Biological Data Interpretation. Public Library of Science (PLoS ONE) 7(8): e44357. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044357. 2012 [Full Text]

Bakker, M. G.; Bradeen, J. M.; Kinkel, L. L.; Effects of plant host species and plant community richness on streptomycete community structure; FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 83: 596–606. doi: 10.1111/1574-6941.12017 2012 [Full Text] e284

Bakker, M; Glover, J; Mai, J; Kinkel, L; Plant community effects on the diversity and pathogen suppressive activity of soil streptomycetes. Applied Soil Ecology 46:35 2010 [Full Text]

Bakker, Matthew G.; Otto-Hanson, Lindsey; Lange, A.J.; Bradeen, James M.; Kinkel, Linda L.; Plant monocultures produce more antagonistic soil Streptomyces communities than high-diversity plant communities; Soil Biology and Biochemistry Volume 65, October 2013, Pages 304–312; doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2013.06.007 2013 [Full Text] e284

Bakker, Matthew G.; Schlatter, Daniel C.; Otto-Hanson, Lindsey; Kinkel, Linda L.; Diffuse symbioses: roles of plant–plant, plant–microbe and microbe–microbe interactions in structuring the soil microbiome. Molecular Ecology. doi: 10.1111/mec.12571 2013 [Full Text] e284

Balvanera, Patricia; Siddique, Ilyas; Dee, Laura; Paquette, Alain; Isbell, Forest; Gonzalez, Andrew; Byrnes, Jarrett; O'Connor, Mary I.; Hungate, Bruce A.; Griffin, John N.; 2013; Linking Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Current Uncertainties and the Necessary Next Steps; Bioscience; doi:10.1093/biosci/bit003
2013 [Full Text] e120

Barnes, C. W.; Kinkel, L. L.; Groth, J. V.; Spatial and temporal dynamics of Puccinia andropogonis on Comandra umbellata and Andropogon gerardii in a native prairie. Canadian Journal of Botany 83:1159-1173. 2005 [Full Text]

Barnes, C.; "Dispersal and mating pattern of two plant pathogens. In part as: Spatial and temporal dynamics of Puccinia andropogonis on Comandra umbellata and Andropogon gerardii in a native prairie and inbreeding levels of two Ustilago maydis populations. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 2003

Barrett, J.; Breeding Behavior of Captive Mallards. M.S. Thesis. University of Minnesota. 1973

Basiletti, M. W.; "A ground water study at Cedar Creek Natural History Area. M.S. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 1994

Bassirirad, H.; Constable, J. V. H.; Lussenhop, J.; Kimball, B. A.; Norby, R. J.; Oechel, W. C.; Reich, P. B.; Schlesinger, W. H.; Zitzer, S.; Sehtiya, H. L.; Salim, S.; Widespread foliage 15N depletion under elevated CO2: inferences for the nitrogen cycle. Global Change Biology 9:1-9. 2003 [Full Text] e141

Bazzaz, F.; Ceballos, G.; Davis, M.; Dirzo, R.; Ehrlich, P. R.; Eisner, T.; Levin, S.; Lawton, J. H.; Lubchenco, J.; Matson, P. A.; Mooney, H. A.; Raven, P. H.; Roughgarden, J. E.; Sarukhan, J.; Tilman, G. D.; Vitousek, P.; Walker, B.; Wall, D. H.; Wilson, E. O.; Woodwell, G. M. 1998. Ecological science and the human predicament. Science 282:879. 1998

Beaulieu, J.; Ree, RH; Cavender-Bares, J.; Deacon, N.; Weiblen, G.; Donoghue, M.; Synthesizing phylogenetic knowledge for ecological research.; 2012; Ecology 93:S4–S13.; http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/11-0638.1 2012 [Full Text]

Beckman, Noelle G.; Dybzinski, Ray; Tilman, G. David; Neighborhoods have little effect on fungal attack or insect predation of developing seeds in a grassland biodiversity experiment; Oecologia, 2014; 174(2):521-532. 2014 [Full Text] e120

Berg, B.; Davey, M. P.; De Marco, A.; Emmett, B.; Faituri, M.; Hobbie, S. E.; Liu, C.; Johansson, M. B.; McClaugherty, C.; Norell, L.; Rutigliano, F. A.; Vesterdal, L.; Virzo De Santo, A.; Factors influencing limit values for pine needle litter decomposition: a synthesis for boreal and temperate pine forest systems. Biogeochemistry 100:57-73 2010 [Full Text]

Blinnikov, Mikhail S.; Bagent, Chelsey M.; Reyerson, Paul E.; Phytolith assemblages and opal concentrations from modern soils differentiate temperate grasslands of controlled composition on experimental plots at Cedar Creek, Minnesota; Quaternary International 287 (2013) 101e113; doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2011.12.023 2013 [Full Text] e120

Boehm, E. W. A.; "The Heterobasidiomycetous Moss Parasite Eocronartium muscicola: An Ultrastructural Analysis of the Host-Parasite Interface, Meiosis, Basidial Development and Phylogeny. M.S. Thesis. University of Minnesota." 1988

Boehm, E. W. A.; McLaughlin, D. J.; Eocronartium muscicola: a basidiomycetous moss parasite exploiting gametophytic transfer cells. Canadian Journal of Botany 66:762-770. 1988 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Boehm, E. W. A.; McLaughlin, D. J.; Phylogeny and ultrastructure in Eocronartium muscicola: meiosis and basidial development. Mycologia 81(1):98-114. 1989 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bolstad, P. V.; Reich, P. B.; Lee, T.; Rapid temperature acclimation of leaf respiration rates in Quercus alba and Quercus rubra. Tree Physiology 23:969-976 2003 [Full Text]

Bonde, A. N.; Ives, J. D.; Lawrence, D. B.; "Ecosystem studies at Cedar Creek Natural History Area, III: water use studies. Proceedings of the Minnesota Academy of Science 29:190-198." 1961 [Full Text]

Boone, R. D.; Grigal, D. F.; Sollins, P.; Ahrens, R. J.; Armstrong, D. E.; "Soil sampling, preparation, archiving, and quality control. Pages 3-28 in, G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, P. Sollins., eds, Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Source: Oxford University Press, New York." 1999 [Full Text]

Borer, E. T.; Antonovics, J.; Kinkel, L. L.; Hudson, P. J.; Daszak, P.; Ferrari, M. J.; Garrett, K. A.; Parrish, C. R.; Read, A. F.; and Rizzo, D. M.; Bridging taxonomic and disciplinary divides in infectious disease. Ecohealth 10.1007/s10393-011-0718-6. 2011 [Full Text]

Borer, E. T.; Seabloom, E. W.; Tilman, D.; 2012 ; Plant diversity controls arthropod biomass and temporal stability.; Ecology Letters 15(12):1457-1464. 2012 [Full Text]

Borer, Elizabeth T.; Harpole, W. Stanley; Adler, Peter B.; Lind, Eric M.; Orrock, John L.; Seabloom, Eric W.; Smith, Melinda D.; Finding generality in ecology: a model for globally distributed experiments; Methods in Ecology and Evolution; 2014; 5: 65–73.; doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12125 2014 [Full Text] e247

Borer, Elizabeth T.; Kinkel, Linda L.; May, Georgiana; Seabloom, Eric W.; The world within: Quantifying the determinants and outcomes of a hosts microbiome; Basic Appl.Ecol.; 2013, 14, 7, 533-539 2013 [Full Text]

Borer, Elizabeth T.; Seabloom, Eric W.; Gruner, Daniel S.; Harpole, W.Stanley; Hillebrand, Helmut; Lind, Eric M.; Adler, Peter B.; Alberti, Juan; Anderson, T.Michael; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Biederman, Lori; Blumenthal, Dana; Brown, Cynthia S.; Brudvig, Lars A.; Buckley, Yvonne M.; Cadotte, Marc; Chu, Chengjin; Cleland, Elsa E.; Crawley, Michael J.; Daleo, Pedro; Damschen, Ellen I.; Davies, Kendi F.; DeCrappeo, Nicole M.; Du, Guozhen; Firn, Jennifer; Hautier, Yann; Heckman, Robert W.; Hector, Andy; HilleRisLambers, Janneke; Iribarne, Oscar; Klein, Julia A.; Knops, Johannes M.H.; La Pierre, Kimberly J.; Leakey, Andrew D.B.; Li, Wei; MacDougall, Andrew S.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; Melbourne, Brett A.; Mitchell, Charles E.; Moore, Joslin L.; Mortensen, Brent; O'Halloran, Lydia R.; Orrock, John L.; Pascual, Jesús; Prober, Suzanne M.; Pyke, David A.; Risch, Anita C.; Schuetz, Martin; Smith, Melinda D.; Stevens, Carly J.; Sullivan, Lauren L.; Williams, Ryan J.; Wragg, Peter D.; Wright, Justin P.; Yang, Louie H.; Herbivores and nutrients control grassland plant diversity via light limitation; Nature, doi:10.1038/nature13144 2014 [Full Text] e247

Bouabid, R.; "Soil solution chemistry, mineral weathering and pedogenesis in sandy outwash soils of east-central Minnesota. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 1992

Bouabid, R.; Nater, E. A.; Barak, P.; Measurement of pore size distribution in a lamellar Bt horizon using epiflourescence microscopy and image analysis. Geoderma 53:309-328. 1992 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bouabid, R; Nater, E. A.; Bloom, P. R.; Characterization of the weathering status of feldspar minerals in sandy soils of Minnesota using SEM and EDX. Geoderma 66(1-2):137-149. 1995 [Full Text]

Bouchard, R. W., Jr.; Phenology and taxonomic composition of lotic chironomidae (diptera) communities in contrasting thermal regimes. ; Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota 2007 [Full Text] e198

Bradley, K. L.; Damschen, E. I.; Young, L. M.; Kuefler, D.; Went, S.; Wray, G.; Haddad, N. M.; Knops, J. M. H.; Louda., S. M.; "Spatial heterogeneity, not visitation bias, dominates variation in herbivory. ECOLOGY 84:2214-2221." 2003 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bradley, K. L.; Damschen, E. I.; Young, L. M.; Went, S.; Wray, G.; Kuefler, D.; Haddad, N. M.; Knops, J. M. H.; Louda, S. M.; The herbivory uncertainty principle revisited. Ecology 84:2214-2221. 2003 [Full Text]

Bradley, K. L.; Drijber, R. A.; Knops, J.; Increased N availability in grassland soils modifies their microbial communities and decreases the abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY 38:1583-1595. 2006 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bradley, K.; "Herbivores and soil microorganisms: there effect on perennial and woody plant species in a grassland. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Nebraska." 2005 [Abstract]

Bradley, K.; Drijber, R.; Knops, J.; "Examining the roles of plant species and nitrogen in the structure and function of microbial communities. Center of Grassland Studies Newsletter 8 (4):1,5" 2002 [Full Text]

Brandt, L. A.; Bohnet, C.; King, J. Y. ; Photochemically induced carbon dioxide production as a mechanism for carbon loss from plant litter in arid ecosystems. JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 114, G02004, doi:10.1029/2008JG000772 2009 [Abstract] [Full Text] e219

Brandt, L. A.; King, J. Y.; Hobbie, S. E.; Milchunas, D. G.; Sinsabaugh, R. L.; The role of photodegradation in surface litter decomposition across a grassland ecosystem precipitation gradient. Ecosystems 13:765-781 2010 [Full Text] e219

Bray, J. R.; "The primary productivity of vegetation in central Minnesota, U.S.A. and its relationship to chlorophyll content and albedo. Pages 102-116 in D. H. Lieth, editor. Sonderdruck aus Die Stoffproduktion der Pflanzendecke. Gustav Fischer Verlag - Stuttgart." 1962 [Full Text]

Bray, J. R.; Estimates of energy budgets for a typha (cattail) marsh. Science 136(3522): 1119-1120. 1962 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bray, J. R.; Lawrence, D. B.; Pearson, L. C.; Primary production in some Minnesota terrestrial communities for 1957. Oikos 10:38-49. 1959 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bray, J. R.; Root production and the estimation of net productivity. Canadian Journal of Botany 41:65-72. 1963 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bray, J. R.; Sanger, J. E.; Archer, A. L.; The visible albedo of surfaces in central Minnesota. Ecology 47(4):524-531. 1966 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bray, J. R.; Sanger, J. E.; Light reflectivity as an index of chlorophyll content and production potential of various kinds of vegetation. Proceedings of the Minnesota Academy of Science 29:222-226. 1961 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bray, J. R.; The chlorophyll content of some native and managed plant communities in central Minnesota. Canadian Journal of Botany 38:313-333. 1960 [Abstract]

Bray, J. R.; Use of non-area analytic data to determine species dispersion. Ecology 43(2):328-333. 1962 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Breckenridge, W. J.; Comparison of the breeding-bird populations of two neighboring but distinct forest habitats. Audubon Field Notes 9(6):408-412. 1955

Breckenridge, W. J.; Measurements of the habitat niche of the least flycatcher. The Wilson Bulletin 68(1):47-51. 1956 [Full Text]

Brewer, G. L.; Displays and breeding behaviour of the Chiloe Wigeon Anas sibilatrix. Wildfowl 47:97-125. 1997 [Full Text]

Brewer, G.; Biparental care behaviour of captive ringed teal Callonetta leucophrys. Wildfowl 40:7-13. 1989 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Brokaw, J. J.; "Predation and mutualism in the ecology of herbivorous insects on bur oak. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 1989

Brown, D. G.; "The effects of leaf consumption by Trirhabda canadensis on the growth and resource allocation of Solidago missouriensis, with concomitant effects on leaf nutritional quality and the availability of light and soil nitrogen. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 1992

Brown, D. G.; Beetle folivory increases resource availability and alters plant invasion in monocultures of goldenrod. Ecology 75:1673-1683. 1994 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Brown, D. G.; Weis, A. E.; Direct and indirect effects of prior grazing of goldenrod upon the performance of a leaf beetle. Ecology 76:426-436. 1995 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Brunet, A.; "Aging and mitochondrial efficiency in the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 2003 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bruns, T. D.; Insect Mycophagy in the Boletales: A Study of Fungal-Insect Coevolution. M.S. Thesis. University of Minnesota. 1982

Bryant, C. S.; "The biogeochemistry of five wetland-upland landscapes. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Minnesota." 1997

Brzostek, Edward R.; Blair, John M.; Dukes, Jeffrey S.; Frey, Serita D.; Hobbie, Sarah E.; Melillo, Jerry M.; Mitchell, Robert J.; Pendall, Elise; Reich, Peter B.; Shaver, Gaius R.; Stefanski, Artur; Tjoelker, Mark G.; Finzi, Adrien C.; The effect of experimental warming and precipitation change on proteolytic enzyme activity: positive feedbacks to nitrogen availability are not universal; Global Change Biol.; 2012; 18, 8, 2617-2625 2012 [Full Text] e141

Buell, M. F.; Buell, H. F.; "Surface level fluctuation in Cedar Creek Bog, Minnesota. Ecology 22(3):317-321." 1941 [Full Text]

Buell, M. F.; Buell, H. F.; Reiners, W. A.; "Radial mat growth on Cedar Creek Bog, Minnesota. Ecology 49(6):1198-1199." 1968 [Abstract] [Full Text]

Bunker, D.E; Naeem, S.; "Species diversity and ecosystem functioning, SCIENCE 312:846-847." 2006 [Full Text]

Burke, M. E.; Gorham, E.; Pratt, D. C.; Distribution of purple photosynthetic bacteria in wetland and woodland habitats of central and northern Minnesota. Journal of Bacteriology 117(2):826-833. 1974 [Full Text]

Burns, J. T.; Cheng, R. M.; McKinney, F.; Forced copulation in captive mallards I. Feritilization of eggs. The Auk 97(4):875-879. 1980 [Full Text]

Burrows, R. L.; Glomalin Production and Infectivity of Arbuscular-Mycorrhizal Fungi in Response to Grassland Plant Diversity, American Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 5 No. 1, 2014, pp. 103-111. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2014.51013. 2014 [Full Text] e120

Burrows, R. L.; Pfleger, F. L.; Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi respond to increasing plant diversity. Canadian Journal of Botany 80:120-130. 2002 [Full Text]

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Tilman, D.; Kareiva, P.; "Spatial Ecology: The Role of Space in Population Dynamics and Interspecific Interactions. Princeton University Press, New Jersey." 1997

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Tilman, D.; Knops, J.; Wedin, D.; Reich, P.; "Plant diversity and composition: effects on productivity and nutrient dynamics of experimental grasslands. Pages 21-35 in, Loreau, M., S. Naeem and P. Inchausti, eds., Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press, Oxford." 2002 e120

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