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Behmer, S. and A. Joern. 2008. Coexisting generalist herbivores occupy unique nutritional feeding niches. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 105: 1977-1982.
Jonas, J.L. and A. Joern. 2008. Host plant quality alters grass: forb consumption by a mixed-feeding insect herbivore, Melanoplus bivittatus. Ecological Entomology 33: 546-554.
Jonas, J.L. and A. Joern. 2007. Grasshopper (Orthoptera: Acrididae) communities respond to fire, bison grazing and weather in North American tallgrass prairie: a long-term study. Oecologia 153: 699-711.
Logan, J.D., Wolesensky, W. and A. Joern. 2007. Insect development under predation risk, variable temperature, and variable food quality. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 4: 47-65.
Branson, D.H., A. Joern, and G.A. Sword. 2006. Sustainable management of insect herbivores in grassland ecosystems: new perspectives in grasshopper control BioScience 56: 743-755.
Logan, J.D., W. Wolesensky and A. Joern. 2006. Temperature-dependent phenology and predation in arthropod systems. Ecological Modelling 196: 471-482.
Joern, A. 2005. Disturbance by fire and bison grazing modulate grasshopper assemblages in tallgrass prairie. Ecology 86:861-873.
Joern, A. and S. Mole. 2005. The plant stress hypothesis and variable responses by blue grama grass (Bouteloua gracilis) to water, mineral nitrogen, and insect herbivory. Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 2069-2090.
Joern, A. 2004. Variation in grasshopper densities in response to fire frequency and bison grazing in tallgrass prairie. Environmental Entomology 33: 1617-1625.
Stoner, K.L. and A. Joern. 2004. Landscape vs. Local Habitat Scale Influences to Insect Communities from Tallgrass Prairie Remnants. Ecological Applications 14: 1306-1320.
Danner, B.J. and A. Joern. 2004. Development, growth and egg production of Ageneotettix deorum (Orthoptera: Acrididae) in response to spider predation risk and elevated resource quality. Ecological Entomology 29:1-11