Mark E Hay
Mark E Hay
Teasley and Regents Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Marine plant-herbivore interactions: the ecology of chemical defense
ME Hay, W Fenical
Annual review of ecology and systematics 19 (1), 111-145, 1988
8451988
Marine chemical ecology: what's known and what's next?
ME Hay
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 200 (1-2), 103-134, 1996
7301996
Opposing effects of native and exotic herbivores on plant invasions
JD Parker, DE Burkepile, ME Hay
Science 311 (5766), 1459-1461, 2006
5852006
Patterns of fish and urchin grazing on Caribbean coral reefs: are previous results typical?
ME Hay
Ecology 65 (2), 446-454, 1984
5681984
The tropicalization of temperate marine ecosystems: climate-mediated changes in herbivory and community phase shifts
A Vergés, PD Steinberg, ME Hay, AGB Poore, AH Campbell, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1789), 20140846, 2014
5122014
Herbivore vs. nutrient control of marine primary producers: Context‐dependent effects
DE Burkepile, ME Hay
Ecology 87 (12), 3128-3139, 2006
4602006
Synergisms in plant defenses against herbivores: interactions of chemistry, calcification, and plant quality
ME Hay, QE Kappel, W Fenical
Ecology 75 (6), 1714-1726, 1994
4541994
Symbiotic marine bacteria chemically defend crustacean embryos from a pathogenic fungus
MS Gil-Turnes, ME Hay, W Fenical
Science 246 (4926), 116-118, 1989
4451989
Herbivore species richness and feeding complementarity affect community structure and function on a coral reef
DE Burkepile, ME Hay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (42), 16201-16206, 2008
4422008
Strong impacts of grazing amphipods on the organization of a benthic community
JE Duffy, ME Hay
Ecological monographs 70 (2), 237-263, 2000
4372000
Chemical defense against different marine herbivores: are amphipods insect equivalents?
ME Hay, JE Duffy, CA Pfister, W Fenical
Ecology 68 (6), 1567-1580, 1987
4141987
The functional morphology of turf‐forming seaweeds: persistence in stressful marine habitats
ME Hay
Ecology 62 (3), 739-750, 1981
4001981
Marine chemical ecology: chemical signals and cues structure marine populations, communities, and ecosystems
ME Hay
Annual review of marine science 1, 193, 2009
3972009
The chemical ecology of plant-herbivore interactions in marine versus terrestrial communities
M Hay
Herbivores: their interactions with secondary plant metabolites, 371-413, 1992
3921992
Associational plant defenses and the maintenance of species diversity: turning competitors into accomplices
ME Hay
The American Naturalist 128 (5), 617-641, 1986
3811986
Can quantity replace quality? Food choice, compensatory feeding, and fitness of marine mesograzers
E Cruz-Rivera, ME Hay
Ecology 81 (1), 201-219, 2000
3672000
Food and shelter as determinants of food choice by an herbivorous marine amphipod
JE Duffy, ME Hay
Ecology 72 (4), 1286-1298, 1991
3381991
Chemically rich seaweeds poison corals when not controlled by herbivores
DB Rasher, ME Hay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (21), 9683-9688, 2010
3092010
Biotic resistance to plant invasions? Native herbivores prefer non‐native plants
JD Parker, ME Hay
Ecology Letters 8 (9), 959-967, 2005
3072005
Fish-seaweed interactions on coral reefs: effects of herbivorous fishes and adaptations of their prey
ME Hay
The ecology of fishes on coral reefs. Academic Press, San Diego, 96-119, 1991
3021991
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