Greg Cronin
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The structuring role of submerged macrophytes in lakes
E Jeppesen, M Søndergaard, M Søndergaard, K Christoffersen
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
8492012
Susceptibility to herbivores depends on recent history of both the plant and animal
G Cronin, ME Hay
Ecology 77 (5), 1531-1543, 1996
2401996
Induction of seaweed chemical defenses by amphipod grazing
G Cronin, ME Hay
Ecology 77 (8), 2287-2301, 1996
2351996
Impact of herbivory on plant standing crop: comparisons among biomes, between vascular and nonvascular plants, and among freshwater herbivore taxa
DM Lodge, G Cronin, E van Donk, AJ Froelich
The structuring role of submerged macrophytes in lakes, 149-174, 1998
1971998
Effects of light and nutrient availability on the growth, allocation, carbon/nitrogen balance, phenolic chemistry, and resistance to herbivory of two freshwater macrophytes
G Cronin, DM Lodge
Oecologia 137 (1), 32-41, 2003
1912003
Effects of light and nutrient availability on the growth, secondary chemistry, and resistance to herbivory of two brown seaweeds
G Cronin, ME Hay
Oikos, 93-106, 1996
1781996
Within-plant variation in seaweed palatability and chemical defenses: optimal defense theory versus the growth-differentiation balance hypothesis
G Cronin, ME Hay
Oecologia 105 (3), 361-368, 1996
1741996
Resource allocation in seaweeds and marine invertebrates: chemical defense patterns in relation to defense theories
G Cronin
Marine chemical ecology, 325-353, 2001
1732001
Crayfish feeding preferences for freshwater macrophytes: the influence of plant structure and chemistry
G Cronin, DM Lodge, ME Hay, M Miller, AM Hill, T Horvath, RC Bolser, ...
Journal of Crustacean Biology 22 (4), 708-718, 2002
1392002
Methane emissions from the Orinoco River floodplain, Venezuela
LK Smith, WM Lewis, JP Chanton, G Cronin, SK Hamilton
Biogeochemistry 51 (2), 113-140, 2000
1392000
Are Tropical Herbivores More Resistant Than Temperate Herbivores to Seaweed Chemical Defenses? Diterpenoid Metobolites from Dictyota acutiloba as Feeding …
G Cronin, VJ Paul, ME Hay, W Fenical
Journal of Chemical Ecology 23 (2), 289-302, 1997
1031997
Effects of storage and extraction procedures on yields of lipophilic metabolites from the brown seaweeds Dictyota ciliolata and D. menstrualis
G Cronin, N Lindquist, ME Hay, W Fenical
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 265-273, 1995
881995
Influence of freshwater macrophytes on the littoral ecosystem structure and function of a young Colorado reservoir
G Cronin, WM Lewis Jr, MA Schiehser
Aquatic Botany 85 (1), 37-43, 2006
822006
Conditioning of scouts and recruits during foraging by a leaf-cutting ant, Atta colombica
JJ Howard, LM HENNEMAN, G Cronin, JA Fox, G Hormiga
Animal Behaviour 52 (2), 299-306, 1996
741996
Distribution, density, and sequestration of host chemical defenses by the specialist nudibranch Tritonia hamnerorum found at high densities on the sea fan Gorgonia ventalina
G Cronin, ME Hay, W Fenical, N Lindquist
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 177-189, 1995
701995
Comparative feeding selectivity of herbivorous insects on water lilies: aquatic vs. semi‐terrestrial insects and submersed vs. floating leaves
G Cronin, KD Wissing, DM Lodge
Freshwater Biology 39 (2), 243-257, 1998
641998
Effects of coal-bed methane discharge waters on the vegetation and soil ecosystem in Powder River Basin, Wyoming
M Stearns, JA Tindall, G Cronin, MJ Friedel, E Bergquist
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 168 (1-4), 33-57, 2005
632005
Influence of macrophyte structure, nutritive value, and chemistry on the feeding choices of a generalist crayfish
G Cronin
The Structuring Role of Submerged Macrophytes in Lakes, 307-317, 1998
521998
Feeding preferences and performance of an aquatic lepidopteran on macrophytes: plant hosts as food and habitat
NJ Dorn, G Cronin, DM Lodge
Oecologia 128 (3), 406-415, 2001
492001
Between-species and temporal variation in Acacia-ant-herbivore interactions
G Cronin
Biotropica 30 (1), 135-139, 1998
331998
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