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The ecological significance of toxic nectar
LS Adler
Oikos 91 (3), 409-420, 2000
6542000
Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition
DS Karp, R Chaplin-Kramer, TD Meehan, EA Martin, F DeClerck, H Grab, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (33), E7863-E7870, 2018
3672018
Induced plant responses and information content about risk of herbivory
R Karban, AA Agrawal, JS Thaler, LS Adler
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 14 (11), 443-447, 1999
2661999
The dual role of floral traits: pollinator attraction and plant defense
RE Irwin, LS Adler, AK Brody
Ecology 85 (6), 1503-1511, 2004
2282004
Secondary metabolites in floral nectar reduce parasite infections in bumblebees
LL Richardson, LS Adler, AS Leonard, J Andicoechea, KH Regan, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1803), 20142471, 2015
2002015
Ecological costs and benefits of defenses in nectar
LS Adler, RE Irwin
Ecology 86 (11), 2968-2978, 2005
1922005
Leaf herbivory and nutrients increase nectar alkaloids
LS Adler, M Wink, M Distl, AJ Lentz
Ecology letters 9 (8), 960-967, 2006
1892006
Arranging the bouquet of disease: floral traits and the transmission of plant and animal pathogens
SH McArt, H Koch, RE Irwin, LS Adler
Ecology letters 17 (5), 624-636, 2014
1782014
Comparison of pollen transfer dynamics by multiple floral visitors: experiments with pollen and fluorescent dye
LS Adler, RE Irwin
Annals of Botany 97 (1), 141-150, 2006
1702006
Pollination ecology in the 21st century: key questions for future research
C Mayer, L Adler, WS Armbruster, A Dafni, C Eardley, SQ Huang, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 3, 8-23, 2011
1582011
Direct and indirect effects of alkaloids on plant fitness via herbivory and pollination
LS Adler, R Karban, SY Strauss
Ecology 82 (7), 2032-2044, 2001
1572001
Attracting antagonists: does floral nectar increase leaf herbivory?
LS Adler, JL Bronstein
Ecology 85 (6), 1519-1526, 2004
1552004
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 (1), 75-85, 1995
1461995
Pollinator and herbivore attraction to Cucurbita floral volatiles
ES Andrews, N Theis, LS Adler
Journal of chemical ecology 33 (9), 1682-1691, 2007
1332007
Alkaloid uptake increases fitness in a hemiparasitic plant via reduced herbivory and increased pollination
LS Adler
The American Naturalist 156 (1), 92-99, 2000
1092000
Reliance on pollinators predicts defensive chemistry across tobacco species
LS Adler, MG Seifert, M Wink, GE Morse
Ecology letters 15 (10), 1140-1148, 2012
1062012
Potential for persistence of genes escaped from canola: germination cues in crop, wild, and crop-wild hybrid Brassica rapa
LS Adler, K Wikler, FS Wyndham, CR Linder, J Schmitt
Functional Ecology, 736-745, 1993
1051993
Advertising to the enemy: enhanced floral fragrance increases beetle attraction and reduces plant reproduction
N Theis, LS Adler
Ecology 93 (2), 430-435, 2012
932012
Chemistry of floral rewards: intra‐and interspecific variability of nectar and pollen secondary metabolites across taxa
EC Palmer‐Young, IW Farrell, LS Adler, NJ Milano, PA Egan, RR Junker, ...
Ecological Monographs 89 (1), e01335, 2019
802019
Leaf herbivory and drought stress affect floral attractive and defensive traits in Nicotiana quadrivalvis
SL Halpern, LS Adler, M Wink
Oecologia 163 (4), 961-971, 2010
802010
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