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Kier Klepzig
Kier Klepzig
The Jones Center at Ichauway
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The effectiveness of vegetation management practices for prevention and control of bark beetle infestations in coniferous forests of the western and southern United States
CJ Fettig, KD Klepzig, RF Billings, AS Munson, TE Nebeker, JF Negrón, ...
Forest ecology and management 238 (1-3), 24-53, 2007
6782007
Bacterial protection of beetle-fungus mutualism
JJ Scott, DC Oh, MC Yuceer, KD Klepzig, J Clardy, CR Currie
Science 322 (5898), 63-63, 2008
5292008
Bacteria in oral secretions of an endophytic insect inhibit antagonistic fungi
YJ Cardoza, KD Klepzig, KF Raffa
Ecological Entomology 31 (6), 636-645, 2006
2452006
Interactions among conifer terpenoids and bark beetles across multiple levels of scale: an attempt to understand links between population patterns and physiological processes
KF Wallin
Chemical Ecology and Phytochemistry of Forest Ecosystems: Proceedings of the …, 2005
2382005
Association of an insect-fungal complex with red pine decline in Wisconsin
KD Klepzig, KF Raffa, EB Smalley
Forest Science 37 (4), 1119-1139, 1991
2361991
Bark beetle-fungal symbiosis: context dependency in complex associations
KD Klepzig, DL Six
Symbiosis, 2004
2112004
Symbioses: a key driver of insect physiological processes, ecological interactions, evolutionary diversification, and impacts on humans
KD Klepzig, AS Adams, J Handelsman, KF Raffa
Environmental entomology 38 (1), 67-77, 2009
1872009
Antagonisms, mutualisms and commensalisms affect outbreak dynamics of the southern pine beetle
RW Hofstetter, JT Cronin, KD Klepzig, JC Moser, MP Ayres
Oecologia 147, 679-691, 2006
1862006
Combined chemical defenses against an insect-fungal complex
KD Klepzig, EB Smalley, KF Raffa
Journal of Chemical Ecology 22, 1367-1388, 1996
1781996
When does invasive species removal lead to ecological recovery? Implications for management success
KM Prior, DC Adams, KD Klepzig, J Hulcr
Biological Invasions 20, 267-283, 2018
1772018
Symbiosis and competition: complex interactions among beetles, fungi and mites
KD Klepzig, JC Moser, FJ Lombardero, RW Hofstetter, MP Ayres
Symbiosis, 2001
1612001
Effects of biotic and abiotic stress on induced accumulation of terpenes and phenolics in red pines inoculated with bark beetle-vectored fungus
KD Klepzig, EL Kruger, EB Smalley, KF Raffa
Journal of Chemical Ecology 21, 601-626, 1995
1561995
Symbiotic associations of bark beetles
RW Hofstetter, J Dinkins-Bookwalter, TS Davis, KD Klepzig
Bark beetles, 209-245, 2015
1462015
Effects of symbiotic bacteria and tree chemistry on the growth and reproduction of bark beetle fungal symbionts
AS Adams, CR Currie, Y Cardoza, KD Klepzig, KF Raffa
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (6), 1133-1147, 2009
1372009
Dendroctonus bark beetles as model systems for studies on symbiosis
DL Six, KD Klepzig
Symbiosis, 2004
1332004
Characterization of Gut-Associated Bacteria in Larvae and Adults of the Southern Pine Beetle, Dendroctonus frontalis Zimmermann
A Vasanthakumar, I Delalibera Jr, J Handelsman, KD Klepzig, PD Schloss, ...
Environmental Entomology 35 (6), 1710-1717, 2006
1282006
Fungus cultivation by ambrosia beetles: behavior and laboratory breeding success in three xyleborine species
PHW Biedermann, KD Klepzig, M Taborsky
Environmental entomology 38 (4), 1096-1105, 2009
1242009
Competitive interactions among symbiotic fungi of the southern pine beetle
KD Klepzig, RT Wilkens
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (2), 621-627, 1997
1171997
Multipartite Symbioses Among Fungi, Mites, Nematodes, and the Spruce Beetle, Dendroctonus rufipennis
YJ Cardoza, JC Moser, KD Klepzig, KF Raffa
Environmental Entomology 37 (4), 956-963, 2008
1032008
Effects of Diterpene Acids on Components of a Conifer Bark Beetle–Fungal Interaction: Tolerance by Ips pini and Sensitivity by Its Associate Ophiostoma ips
BJ Kopper, BL Illman, PJ Kersten, KD Klepzig, KF Raffa
Environmental entomology 34 (2), 486-493, 2005
1032005
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