Ian S. Pearse

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Publications of Ian S. Pearse (9 listed):

PLoS ONE (2022) 17 (2 - e0263056)
Peder Engelstad, Catherine S. Jarnevich, Terri Hogan, Helen R. Sofaer, Ian S. Pearse, Jennifer L. Sieracki, Neil Frakes, Julia Sullivan, Nicholas E. Young, Janet S. Prevéy, Pairsa Belamaric and Jillian LaRoe (2022)
INHABIT: A web-based decision support tool for invasive plant species habitat visualization and assessment across the contiguous United States

Ecological Entomology (2022) 47, 25-37
Marcel-Kate G. Jardeleza, Jonathan B. Koch, Ian S. Pearse, Cameron K. Ghalambor and Ruth A. Hufbauer (2022)
The roles of phenotypic plasticity and adaptation in morphology and performance of an invasive species in a novel environment

PLoS ONE (2020) 15 (3 - e0229253)
Nicholas E. Young, Catherine S. Jarnevich, Helen R. Sofaer, Ian Pearse, Julia Sullivan, Peder Engelstad and Thomas J. Stohlgren (2020)
A modeling workflow that balances automation and human intervention to inform invasive plant management decisions at multiple spatial scales

Oecologia (2020) 193, 593-602
Olivia L. Cope, Zoe Becker, Paul J. Ode, Ryan L. Paul and Ian S. Pearse (2020)
Associational effects of plant ontogeny on damage by a specialist insect herbivore

Ecological Entomology (2015) 40, 612-619
Kathy M. Hughes, Ian S. Pearse, Patrick Grof-Tisza and Richard Karban (2015)
Individual-level differences in generalist caterpillar responses to a plant–plant cue

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2014) 8, 403-410
Billy A. Krimmel and Ian S. Pearse (2014)
Generalist and sticky plant specialist predators suppress herbivores on a sticky plant

Oecologia (2014) 174, 471-478
Ian S. Pearse, Justin L. Bastow and Alia Tsang (2014)
Radish introduction affects soil biota and has a positive impact on the growth of a native plant

Ecological Entomology (2011) 36, 635-642
Ian S. Pearse (2011)
The role of leaf defensive traits in oaks on the preference and performance of a polyphagous herbivore, Orgyia vetusta

The Plant Journal (2006) 47, 196-210
Ian S. Pearse, Tamara Krügel and Ian T. Baldwin (2006)
Innovation in anti-herbivore defense systems during neopolypoloidy - the functional consequences of instantaneous speciation