Mark D. Hunter
Mark D. Hunter
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan
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Playing chutes and ladders: heterogeneity and the relative roles of bottom-up and top-down forces in natural communities
MD Hunter, PW Price
Ecology, 724-732, 1992
17831992
Ecology of insects: concepts and applications. Second Edition
MR Speight, MD Hunter, AD Watt
Wiley-Blackwells, 2008
709*2008
Ecology of insects: concepts and applications.
MR Speight, MD Hunter, AD Watt
Ecology of insects: concepts and applications., 1999
7091999
Determination of hydrolyzable tannins (gallotannins and ellagitannins) after reaction with potassium iodate
PW Hartzfeld, R Forkner, MD Hunter, AE Hagerman
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50 (7), 1785-1790, 2002
2852002
Landscape structure, habitat fragmentation, and the ecology of insects
MD Hunter
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 4 (3), 159-166, 2002
2712002
What goes up must come down? Nutrient addition and predation pressure on oak herbivores
RE Forkner, MD Hunter
Ecology 81 (6), 1588-1600, 2000
2202000
Insect population dynamics meets ecosystem ecology: effects of herbivory on soil nutrient dynamics
MD Hunter
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 3 (2), 77-84, 2001
2182001
Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on insect–plant interactions
MD Hunter
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 3 (3), 153-159, 2001
2172001
Host‐plant quality influences diapause and voltinism in a polyphagous insect herbivore
MD Hunter, JN McNeil
Ecology 78 (4), 977-986, 1997
1981997
Self-medication in animals
JC de Roode, T Lefèvre, MD Hunter
Science 340 (6129), 150-151, 2013
1862013
Estimating the relative roles of top-down and bottom-up forces on insect herbivore populations: a classic study revisited
MD Hunter, GC Varley, GR Gradwell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (17), 9176-9181, 1997
1831997
Out of sight, out of mind: the impacts of root‐feeding insects in natural and managed systems
MD Hunter
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 3 (1), 3-9, 2001
1812001
A variable insect–plant interaction: the relationship between tree budburst phenology and population levels of insect herbivores among trees
MD HUNTER
Ecological Entomology 17 (1), 91-95, 1992
1731992
Phenotypic diversity influences ecosystem functioning in an oak sandhills community
MD Madritch, MD Hunter
Ecology 83 (8), 2084-2090, 2002
1672002
Nonadditive effects of leaf litter species diversity on breakdown dynamics in a detritus‐based stream
JS Kominoski, CM Pringle, BA Ball, MA Bradford, DC Coleman, DB Hall, ...
Ecology 88 (5), 1167-1176, 2007
1582007
Toxin-producing Anabaena flos-aquae induces settling of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, a competing motile alga
KD Kearns, MD Hunter
Microbial ecology 42 (1), 80-86, 2001
1482001
Green algal extracellular products regulate antialgal toxin production in a cyanobacterium
KD Kearns, MD Hunter
Environmental Microbiology 2 (3), 291-297, 2000
1422000
Consequences of non‐random species loss for decomposition dynamics: experimental evidence for additive and non‐additive effects
BA Ball, MD Hunter, JS Kominoski, CM Swan, MA Bradford
Journal of ecology 96 (2), 303-313, 2008
1402008
Insect canopy herbivory and frass deposition affect soil nutrient dynamics and export in oak mesocosms
CJ Frost, MD Hunter
Ecology 85 (12), 3335-3347, 2004
1402004
Induced plant defenses breached? Phytochemical induction protects an herbivore from disease
MD Hunter, JC Schultz
Oecologia 94 (2), 195-203, 1993
1391993
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