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2008

Sequestered Defensive Compounds in Tetrapod Vertebrates, Alan H. Savitzky, Akira Mori, and Deborah A. Hutchinson; Sequestered Defensive Compounds in Tetrapod Vertebrates

Sequestered Defensive Toxins in Tetrapod Vertebrates: Principles, Patterns, and Prospects for Future Studies, Alan H. Savitzky, Akira Mori, and Deborah A. Hutchinson; Sequestered Defensive Toxins in Tetrapod Vertebrates: Principles, Patterns, and Prospects for Future Studies

Fern Classification, A. R. Smith, K. M. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz, P. Korall, H. Schneider, and Paul G. Wolf; Biology and Evolution Ferns of Lycophytes

Macroecology: more than the division of food and space among species on continents, F. A. Smith, S. K. Lyonns, S.K. Morgan Ernest, and J. H. Brown; Progress in Physical Geography

Macroecology: more than the division of food and space among species on continents, F. A. Smith, S. K. Lyonns, S.K. Morgan Ernest, and J. H. Brown; Progress in Physical Geography

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On the relationship between mass and diameter distributions in tree communities, J. C. Stegen and Ethan P. White; Ecology Letters

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Are rivers just bigstreams? Using a pulse method to measure nitrogen demand in a large river, J. L. Tank, E. J. Rosi-Marshall, Michelle A. Baker, and R. O. Hall Jr.; Ecology

Poor growth of rainbow trout (Oncorhynus mykiss) fed New Zealand mud snails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum), M. R. Vinson and Michelle A. Baker; North American Journal of Fisheries Management

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On estimating the exponent of power-law frequency distributions, Ethan P. White, B. J. Enquist, and J. L. Green; Ecology

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Functional Gene Losses Occur With Minimal Size Reduction in the Plastid Genome of the Parasitic Liverwort Aneura mirabilis, N. J. Wickett, Y. Zhang, S. K. Hansen, J. M. Roper, J. V. Kuehl, S. A. Plock, B. Goffinet, Paul G. Wolf, C. W. dePamphilis, and Jeffrey L. Boore; Molecular Biology and Evolution

Talk given for the World Congress of Herpetology Invited Symposium, Becky L. Williams

Inversions in Fern Chloroplast Genomes: the Good, the Bad, and and Tricky, Paul G. Wolf, A. M. Duffy, and J. M. Roper; The Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America

Structure and Evolution of Fern Plastid Genome, P. G. Wolf and J. M. Roper; Biology and Evolution Ferns of Lycophytes

2007

Discontinuities in stream nutrient uptake below lakes in mountain drainage networks, C. D. Arp and Michelle A. Baker; Limnology and Oceanography

Stream geomorphology in a mountain lake district: Sediment links, lake-modified hydraulics, and downstream lake effects, C. D. Arp, J. C. Schmidt, Michelle A. Baker, and A. K. Myers; Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

QTL mapping of RNAi genes possibly related to dengue-2 virus dissemination in the mosquito Aedes aegypti, Scott A. Bernhardt, C. D. Blair, B. J. Beaty, K. E. Olson, and William C. Black IV; American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

Archaeofaunas and the reconstruction of long term ecosystem dynamics, M Betts, H Maschner, and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Modeling the ecological effects of long-term Aleut occupation of Sanak Island from archaeological data, J D. Cornell, A King, M Betts, and Nancy Huntly; 15th Artic Conference

Modeling the ecological effects of long-term Aleut occupation of Sanak Island from archaeological data, J D. Cornell, A King, Nancy Huntly, H Maschner, and M Betts; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Use of Hybrid Classes to Boost Enrollments, Richard Carl Etchberger; Regional Campus Education Conference

Use of Multimedia Such as Podcasting in Classes, Richard Carl Etchberger; Technology in Math, Science and Engineering

Variability in tolerance to UV-B radiation among Beauveria spp. isolates, E. K. K. Fernandes, D. E. N. Rangel, A. M. L. Morses, V. R. E. P. Bittencourt, and Donald W. Roberts; Journal of Invertebrate Pathology

Variability in tolerance to UV-B radiation among Beauveria spp. isolates, Éverton K. K. Fernandes, Drauzio E. N. Rangel, Âurea M. L. Moraes, Vânia R. E. P. Bittencourt, and Donald W. Roberts; Journal of Invertebrate Pathology

Compensatory dynamics are rare in natural ecological communities, J. E. Houlahan, D. J. Currie, K. Cottenie, G. S. Cummings, S.K. Morgan Ernest, C. S. Findlay, S. D. Fuhlendorf, U. Gaedke, P. Legendre, J. J. Magnusson, B. H. McArdle, E. H. Muldavin, D. Noble, R. Russell, R. D. Stevens, T. J. Willis, I. P. Woiwod, and S. M. Wondzell; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Compensatory dynamics are rare in natural ecological communities, J. E. Houlahan, D. J. Currie, K. Cottenie, G. S. Cummings, S.K. Morgan Ernest, C. S. Findlay, S. D. Fuhlendorf, U. Gaedke, P. Legendre, J. J. Magnusson, B. H. McArdle, E. H. Muldavin, D. Noble, R. Russell, R. D. Stevens, T. J. Willis, I. P. Woiwod, and S. M. Wondzell; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

What maintains the distinct vegetation of ancient Aleut village site long after habitation, Nancy Huntly, B Finney, and K Gilliland; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

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Ecological Correlates of Geographic Range Occupancy in North American Birds, A. H. Hurlbert and Ethan P. White; Global Ecology and Biogeography

Dietary Sequestration of Defensive Steroids in Nuchal Glands of the Asian Snake Rhabdophis Tigrinus, Deborah A. Hutchinson, Akira Mori, Alan H. Savitzky, Gordon M. Burghardt, Xiaogang Wu, Jerrold Meinwald, and Frank C. Schroeder; National Academy of Sciences

Modeling the impact of plant toxicity on plant-herbivore dynamics, Y Li, Z Feng, R Swihart, J Bryant, and Nancy Huntly; Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations

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Challenges in the Application of Geometric Constraint Models, C. R. McClain, Ethan P. White, and A. H. Hurlbert; Global Ecology and Biogeography

Research, monitoring and evaluation of fish and wildlife restoration projects in the Columbia River Basin: lessons learned and suggestions for largescale monitoring programs, L L. McDonald, R Bilby, P A. Bisson, C C. Coutant, J M. Epifanio, D Goodman, S Hanna, Nancy Huntly, E. Merill, and B Riddell; Fisheries

Species abundance distributions: moving beyond single prediction theories to integration within an ecological framework, B. J. McGill, R. Etienne, J. Gray, D. Alonso, M. Anderson, H. Benecha, M. Dornelas, B. J. Enquist, J. L. Green, F. He, A. H. Hurlbert, A. E. Magurran, P. Marquet, B. Maurer, A. Ostling, C. Soykan, K. Ugland, and Ethan P. White; Ecology Letters

Predictable Modification of Body Size and Competitive Ability Following a Host Shift by a Seed Beetle, Frank J. Messina; Physiological Entomology

Mating Compatibility Between Geographic Populations of the Seed Beetle Callosobruchus maculatus, Frank J. Messina, A. J. Bloxham, and A. J. Seargent; Journal of Insect Behavior

Why do Host-Deprived Seed Beetles 'Dump' Their Eggs?, Frank J. Messina, J. L. Morrey, and M. Mendenhall; Physiological Entomology

Natural History Note: Sibon Longifrenis (Drab Snaileater), Chad E. Montgomery, Julie M. Ray, Alan H. Savitzky, Edgardo J. Griffith Rodriguez, Heidi L. Ross, and Karen R. Lips; Diet. Herpetological Review

How to Get Along With Toxic Prey? Possible Costs of Eating Toads in Snakes That Use Toad Toxins in Their Own Defense, Akira Mori, Alan H. Savitzky, Deborah A. Hutchinson, and Gordon M. Burghardt; How to Get Along With Toxic Prey? Possible Costs of Eating Toads in Snakes That Use Toad Toxins in Their Own Defense

How to Get Along With Toxic Prey? Possilbe Costs of Eating Toads in Snakes That Use Toad Toxins in Their Own Defense, Akira Mori, Alan H. Savitzky, Deborah A. Hutchinson, and Gordon M. Burghardt; How to Get Along With Toxic Prey? Possilbe Costs of Eating Toads in Snakes That Use Toad Toxins in Their Own Defense

Disease management in Arizona and Georgia, Claudia Nischwitz

Disease problems on vegetables in Arizona and Georgia, Claudia Nischwitz

Distribution of IYSV in onion leaves, Claudia Nischwitz

IYSV and TSWV on onion – 2006 update, Claudia Nischwitz

Review of IYSV in Georgia, Claudia Nischwitz

Effect of double-cropping onions behind either pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) or corn (Zea mays), Claudia Nischwitz, G. Boyhan, F. H. Sanders, S. W. Mullis, J. Wilson, and R. D. Gitaitis

First report of Iris yellow spot virus in spiny sowthistle (Sonchus asper) in the United States, Claudia Nischwitz, R. D. Gitaitis, S. W. Mullis, A. S. Csinos, D. R. Langston, and A. N. Sparks; Plant disease

Use of fatty acid methyl ester profiles to compare copper-tolerant and copper-sensitive strains of Pantoea ananatis, Claudia Nischwitz, R. D. Gitaitis, F. H. Sanders, D. R. Langston, G. Boyhan, R. Torrence, and L. Zolobowska; Phytopathology

Analysis of Iris yellow spot virus strains from onion (Allium cepa) from Georgia (USA) and Peru, Claudia Nischwitz, D. R. Langston, A. N. Sparks, A. S. Csinos, Mullis S. W., and R. D. Gitaitis Gitatitis

First report of Peanut mottle virus in forage peanut (Arachis glabrata) in North America, Claudia Nischwitz, A. L. Mass, S. W. Mullis, A. K. Culbreath, and R. D. Gitaitis; Plant Disease

Phylogenetic analysis of Iris yellow spot virus isolates from onion (Allium cepa) in Georgia (USA) and Peru, Claudia Nischwitz, H. R. Pappu, S. W. Mullis, D. R. Langston, A. N. Sparks, A. S. Csinos, and R. D. Gitaitis; Journal of Phytopathology

Inducing UV-B tolerance of Metarhizium anisopliae var. anisopliae conidia results in a trade-off between conidial production and conidial stress tolerance., D. E. N. Rangel and Donald W. Roberts; Journal of Anhui Agriculture University

Inducing UV-B tolerance of Metarhizium anisopliae var. anisopliae conidia results in a trade-off between conidial production and conidial stress tolerance, Drauzio E. N. Rangel and Donald W. Roberts; Journal of Anhui Agriculture University, Hefei, China

The Mormon cricket, an old threat in modern day western USA: A search for fungal pathogens, Donald W. Robert, D. E. N. Rangel, C. A. Keyser, H. G. Bignayan, S. J. Dettenmaier, E. K. K. Fernandes, M. P. Miller, and E. W. Evans; Journal of Anhui Agriculture University

The Mormon cricket, an old threat in modern day western USA: A search for fungal pathogens, Donald W. Roberts, Drauzio E. N. Rangel, Chad A. Keyser, Helen G. Bignayan, Seth J. Dettenmaier, Éverton K. K. Fernandes, Mark P. Miller, and Edward W. Evans; Journal of Anhui Agriculture University, Hefei, China

The Complete Plastid Genome Sequence of Angiopteris evecta (G. Forst) Hoffm. (Marattiaceae), J. M. Roper, S. K. Hansen, Paul G. Wolf, K G. Karol, D. F. Mandoli, K. D. E. Everett, J. Kuehl, and J. L. Boore; American Fern Journal

Effects of cattle, an exotic species, on a Aletutian island, F Rudebusch, K Gilliland, J Knudsen, and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Cross-disciplinary integration of tools and knowledge to understand the long-term relationships of people and their ecosystems in the North Pacific, R Russell, Nancy Huntly, H Maschner, M Betts, and S Wood; Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting

Hard Times for a Suburban Viper: The Canebrake Rattlesnake in Virginia, Alan H. Savitzky; Hard Times for a Suburban Viper: The Canebrake Rattlesnake in Virginia

NEPARC Annual Symposium, Alan H. Savitzky; NEPARC Annual Symposium

Persistence and Provisioning of Bufonid Toxins in the Asian Snake Rhabdophis tigrinus (Colubridae: Natricinae), Alan H. Savitzky, Deborah A. Hutchinson, Akira Mori, Jerrold Meinwald, and Frank C. Schroeder; Persistence and Provisioning of Bufonid Toxins in the Asian Snake Rhabdophis tigrinus (Colubridae: Natricinae)

Fox impacts on avian communities of an Aleutian island, S Schoen, M Betts, Nancy Huntly, and H Maschner; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Fox impacts on avian communities of an Aleutian island, S Schoen, Nancy Huntly, M Betts, and H Maschner; 15th Artic Conference

Relationships between body size and abundance in ecology, E. P. White, S.K. Morgan Ernest, A. J. Kerkoff, and B. J. Enquist; Trends in Ecology and Evolution

Spatiotemporal scaling of species richness: patterns, processes and implications, Ethan P. White; Scaling Biodiversity

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Relationships between body size and abundance in ecology, Ethan P. White, S.K. Morgan Ernest, A. J. Kerkoff, and B. J. Enquist; Trends in Ecology and Evolution

Effects of population level aggregation, autocorrelation, and interspecific association on the speciestime relationship in two desert communities, Ethan P. White and M. A. Gilchrist; Evolutionary Ecology Research

2006

Geographic Variation in the Morphology of Crotalus Horridus (Serpentes: Viperidae), John Allsteadt, Alan H. Savitzky, Christopher E. Petersen, and Dayanand N. Naik; Herpetological Monographs

Evaluation of novel fungus and nematode isolates for control of Conotrachelus nenuphar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) larvae, Diane G. Alston, Drauzio E. N. Rangel, Lawrence A. Lacey, Hernani G. Golez, Jeong Jun Kim, and Donald W. Roberts; Biological Control

Ecological basis for site-specific TMDL targets in Utah, Michelle A. Baker; EPA Region 8 Bioassessment Workshop. Utah State University

Variation in vector competence for dengue 2 virus among collections of Aedes aegypti from the Yucatan and Vera Cruz regions of Mexico, Scott A. Bernhardt, William C. Black IV, B. J. Beaty, M. F. Antolin, K. E. Olson, J. Farfan-Ale, I. Fernandez-Salas, and C. D. Blair; American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

Soil Mixing Effects on Inorganic Nitrogen Production and Consumption in Forest and Shrubland Soils, M. S. Booth, John M. Stark, and S. C. Hart; Plant & Soil

Conidial pigmentation is important to tolerance against solar-simulated radiation in the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae, Gilberto U. L. Braga, Drauzio E. N. Rangel, Stephan D. Flint, Anne J. Anderson, and Donald W. Roberts; Photochemistry and Photobiology

Conidial pigmentation is important to tolerance against solar-simulated radiation in the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae, G. U. L. Braga, D. E. N. Rangel, S. D. Flint, A. J. Anderson, and Donald W. Roberts; Photochemistry and Photobiology

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The offspring/clutch size tradeoff in mammals, E. L. Charnov and S.K. Morgan Ernest; American Naturalist

The offspring/clutch size tradeoff in mammals, E. L. Charnov and S.K. Morgan Ernest; American Naturalist

A Global Phylogeographic Study of the Chloroplast Genome in Bracken (Pteridium: Dennstaedtiaceae), Joshua P. Der, J. A. Thomson, and Paul G. Wolf; The Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America

First report of Pantoea agglomerans causing a leaf blight and bulb rot of onions in Georgia, D. G. Eden, R. D. Gitaitis, F. H. Sanders, and Claudia Nischwitz; Plant Disease

Possible Plague Vectors in a White-Tailed Prairie Dog Ecosystem, L. Etchberger, M. R. Dzialak, W. E. Stroh, B. D. Bibles, Richard Carl Etchberger, and A. Lamb; Journal of The Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters

Possible Plague Vectors in a White-Tailed Prairie Dog Ecosystem, L. K. Etchberger, M. R. Dzialak, W. E. Stroh, B. D. Bibles, Richard Carl Etchberger, and A. Lamb; Utah Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts Annual Conference

Small Mammal Host and Flea Distributions in a White-Tailed Prairie Dog Ecosystem, L. K. Etchberger, M. R. Dzialak, W. E. Stroh, B. D. Bibles, Richard Carl Etchberger, and A. Lamb; International and Southwest Conferences on Diseases in Nature Transmissible to Man

Fleas and Small Mammal Hosts Within and Adjacent to a Coyote Basin White-Tailed Prairie Dog Colony in Northeastern Utah, L. K. Etchberger, W. E. Stroh, B. D. Bibles, M. R. Dzialak, and Richard Carl Etchberger; Proceedings, Symposium on the Status of the Black-Footed Ferret and its Habitat, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.G.S. Scientific Investigations Report 2005- 5293.

Fleas and Small Mammal Hosts Within and Adjacent to a Coyote Basin White-Tailed Prairie Dog Colony in Northeastern Utah, Richard Carl Etchberger; U.S.G.S. Scientific Investigations Report

Use of Multimedia Such as Podcasting in Classes, Richard Carl Etchberger; Uintah Basin Education Conference

Accuracy and Precision of Digital Elevation Models for Habitat Modeling, Richard Carl Etchberger, D. A. Evans, M. J. Hawk, and D. Emmett; Utah Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting

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Age and population structure of Joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia) in the northwestern Mojave Desert, K D. Gilliland, Nancy Huntly, and J E. Anderson; Western North American Naturalist

Burkholderia, R. D. Gitaitis and Claudia Nischwitz; Plant-Associated Bacteria

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Intra-guild compensation regulatesspecies richness in desert rodents: reply, J. R. Goheen, E. P. White, S.K. Morgan Ernest, and J. H. Brown; Ecology

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Intra-guild Compensation Regulates Species Richness in Desert Rodents: Reply, J. R. Goheen, Ethan P. White, S.K. Morgan Ernest, and J. H. Brown; Ecology

The biogeography of mammals of fragmented sagebrush steppe landscapes, S Hanser and Nancy Huntly; Journal of Mammalogy

Direct and indirect effects of mustard amendments on two entomopathogenic nematode genera, Steinernema and Heterorhabditis, D R. Henderson, R A. Ramirez, E Riga, and W E. Snyder; Journal of Nematology

The persistence of human legacies: consequences for plant-animal interactions linger after 1000 years of abandonment by people, Nancy Huntly, HD G. Maschner, K Gilliland, and J Knudsen; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Plasid Genome Evolution in Lycophytes, K. G. Karol, J. A. Banks, J. M. Roper, S. K. Hansen, and Paul G. Wolf; The Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America

Exotic Plant Communities Shift Water-Use Timing in a Shrub-Steppe Ecosystem, A. Kulmatiski, K. H. Beard, and John M. Stark; Plant & Soil

Protect Kids from Science, Frank J. Messina; Logan Herald Journal

Satire Has Place in Debate, Frank J. Messina; Logan Herald Journal

First report of onion (Allium cepa) naturally infected with Iris yellow spot virus (Family Bunyaviridae, Genus Tospovirus) in Peru, S. W. Mullis, R. D. Gitaitis, Claudia Nischwitz, A. S. Csinos, Z. C. Rafael Mallaupoma, and E. H. Inguli Rojas; Plant Disease

Location evaluation of tomato spotted wilt virus at the Bowen farm, S. W. Mullis, Claudia Nischwitz, A. S. Csinos, and R. D. Gitaitis

Age study 2006, Claudia Nischwitz

Factors affecting TSWV infection of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum), Claudia Nischwitz

New host and location reports of Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) and Iris yellow spot virus (IYSV), Claudia Nischwitz

Effect of plant age on tomato spotted wilt virus in flue-cured tobacco, Claudia Nischwitz, A. S. Csinos, L. L. Hickman, S. W. Mullis, S. S. LaHue, and M. G. Stephenson