Mark Hunter

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The following data have been transferred from the database of scientists of the International Society for Pest Information (ISPI):

Mark Hunter
last recorded affiliation:
Institute of Ecology
University of Georgia
1033 DW Brooks Dr.
Athens 30602-2202

research on insect ecology and plant-herbivore interactions

Publications of Mark Hunter (14 listed):

Environmental Entomology (2015) 44, 463-473
Peter W. Price and Mark D. Hunter (2015)
Population dynamics of an insect herbivore over 32 years are driven by precipitation and host-plant effects: Testing model predictions

Oecologia (2014) 174, 479-491
Elizabeth L. Wason and Mark D. Hunter (2014)
Genetic variation in plant volatile emission does not result in differential attraction of natural enemies in the field

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2013) 7, 217-224
Leiling Tao and Mark D. Hunter (2013)
Allocation of resources away from sites of herbivory under simultaneous attack by aboveground and belowground herbivores in the common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca

Ecological Entomology (2009) 34, 535-543
Caralyn B. Zehnder and Mark D. Hunter (2009)
More is not necessarily better: the impact of limiting and excessive nutrients on herbivore population growth rates

Ecological Entomology (2007) 32, 172-180
Caralyn B. Zehnder and Mark D. Hunter (2007)
A comparison of maternal effects and current environment on vital rates of Aphis nerii, the milkweed-oleander aphid

Environmental Entomology (2007) 36, 910-917
Caralyn B. Zehnder, Melissa A Parris and Mark D. Hunter (2007)
Effects of maternal age and environment on offspring vital rates in the oleander aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2007) 33, 2044-2053
Caralyn B. Zehnder and Mark D. Hunter (2007)
Interspecific variation within the genus Asclepias in response to herbivory by a phloem-feeding insect herbivore

Oecologia (2005) 146, 196-203
Sandra E. Helms and Mark D. Hunter (2005)
Variation in plant quality and the population dynamics of herbivores: there is nothing average about aphids

Ecological Entomology (2005) 30, 86-95
Margaret Redfern and Mark D. Hunter (2005)
Time tells: long-term patterns in the population dynamics of the yew gall midge, Taxomyia taxi (Cecidomyiidae), over 35 years

Ecological Entomology (2004) 29, 44-51
Sandra E. Helms, Scott J. Connelly and Mark D. Hunter (2004)
Effects of variation among plant species on the interaction between a herbivore and its parasitoid

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2000) 2, 49-55
Mark D. Hunter and Jeremy N. McNeil (2000)
Geographic and parental influences on diapause by a polyphagous insect herbivore

Ecological Entomology (1998) 23, 168-173
Mark Hunter (1998)
Interactions between Operophtera brumata and Tortrix viridana on oak: new evidence from time-series analysis

Journal of Economic Entomology (1994) 87, 1423-1429
Mark D. Hunter, David J. Biddinger, Edward J. Carlini, Bruce A. McPheron and Larry A. Hull (1994)
Effects of apple leaf allelochemistry on tufted apple bud moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) resistance to azinphosmethyl

Environmental Entomology (1994) 23, 282-291
Mark D. Hunter, Larry A. Hull and Jack C. Schultz (1994)
Evaluation of resistance to tufted apple bud moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) within and among apple cultivars