Oecologia (2005)

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Articles of Oecologia entered for 2005:

Oecologia (2005) 142, 38-45
Päivi Lehtonen, Marjo Helander and Kari Saikkonen (2005)
Are endophyte-mediated effects on herbivores conditional on soil nutrients?
Oecologia 142 (1),  p. 38

Oecologia (2005) 142, 104-108
Edward B. Mondor, Jay A. Rosenheim and John F. Addicott (2005)
Predator-induced transgenerational phenotypic plasticity in the cotton aphid
Oecologia 142 (1),  p. 104

Oecologia (2005) 142, 344-352
Anita Juen and Michael Traugott (2005)
Detecting predation and scavenging by DNA gut-content analysis: a case study using a soil insect predator-prey system
Oecologia 142 (3),  p. 344

Oecologia (2005) 142, 474-479
Montserrat Vilà, John L. Maron and Laia Marco (2005)
Evidence for the enemy release hypothesis in Hypericum perforatum
Oecologia 142 (3),  p. 474

Oecologia (2005) 142, 529-540
M. Tracy Johnson, Peter A. Follett, Andrew D. Taylor and Vincent P. Jones (2005)
Impacts of biological control and invasive species on a non-target native Hawaiian insect
Oecologia 142 (4),  p. 529

Oecologia (2005) 142, 554-563
Tamaru R. Hunt-Joshi and Bernd Blossey (2005)
Interactions of root and leaf herbivores on purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)
Oecologia 142 (4),  p. 554

Oecologia (2005) 143, 357-364
Harald Steen, Atle Mysterud and Gunnar Austrheim (2005)
Sheep grazing and rodent populations: evidence of negative interactions from a landscape scale experiment
Oecologia 143 (3),  p. 357

Oecologia (2005) 143, 396-401
Manuela van Munster, Arne Janssen, Alain Clérivet and Johannes van den Heuvel (2005)
Can plants use an entomopathogenic virus as a defense against herbivores?
Oecologia 143 (3),  p. 396

Oecologia (2005) 143, 419-427
Christine B. Müller, Mark D.E. Fellowes and H. Charles J. Godfray (2005)
Relative importance of fertiliser addition to plants and exclusion of predators for aphid growth in the field
Oecologia 143 (3),  p. 419

Oecologia (2005) 143, 449-457
F.A. Al-Naimi, K.A. Garrett and W.W. Bockus (2005)
Competition, facilitation, and niche differentiation in two foliar pathogens
Oecologia 143 (3),  p. 449

Oecologia (2005) 143, 548-557
Denis Thiéry and Jérôme Moreau (2005)
Relative performance of European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana) on grapes and other hosts
Oecologia 143 (4),  p. 548

Oecologia (2005) 143, 558-565
Rebecca C. Mueller, Brian D. Wade, Catherine A. Gehring and Thomas G. Whitham (2005)
Chronic herbivory negatively impacts cone and seed production, seed quality and seedling growth of susceptible pinyon pines
Oecologia 143 (4),  p. 558

Oecologia (2005) 143, 566-577
Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, Jennifer A. Chalmers, Sherosha Raj and Jennifer S. Thaler (2005)
Induced plant responses to multiple damagers: differential effects on an herbivore and its parasitoid
Oecologia 143 (4),  p. 566

Oecologia (2005) 144, 106-114
Max A. Moritz and Dennis C. Odion (2005)
Examining the strength and possible causes of the relationship between fire history and Sudden Oak Death
Oecologia 144 (1),  p. 106

Oecologia (2005) 144, 187-195
Bing Chen and Le Kang (2005)
Can greenhouses eliminate the development of cold resistance of the leafminers?
Oecologia 144 (2),  p. 187

Oecologia (2005) 144, 278-288
Melodie A. McGeoch and Peter W. Price (2005)
Scale-dependent mechanisms in the population dynamics of an insect herbivore
Oecologia 144 (2),  p. 278

Oecologia (2005) 144, 299-307
Gretchen Meyer, Robert Clare and Ewald Weber (2005)
An experimental test of the evolution of increased competitive ability hypothesis in goldenrod, Solidago gigantea
Oecologia 144 (2),  p. 299

Oecologia (2005) 144, 416-426
Jelmer A. Elzinga, Hans Turin, Jos M.M. van Damme and Arjen Biere (2005)
Plant population size and isolation affect herbivory of Silene latifolia by the specialist herbivore Hadena bicruris and parasitism of the herbivore by parasitoids
Oecologia 144 (3),  p. 416

Oecologia (2005) 144, 427-434
P. Anderson and J. Agrell (2005)
Within-plant variation in induced defence in developing leaves of cotton plants
Oecologia 144 (3),  p. 427

Oecologia (2005) 145, 53-65
Ragnhild R. Mjaaseth, Snorre B. Hagen, Nigel G. Yoccoz and Rolf A. Ims (2005)
Phenology and abundance in relation to climatic variation in a sub-arctic insect herbivore-mountain birch system
Oecologia 145 (1),  p. 53

Oecologia (2005) 145, 153-164
Carolyn M. Malmstrom, April J. McCullough, Hope A. Johnson, Linsey A. Newton and Elizabeth T. Borer (2005)
Invasive annual grasses indirectly increase virus incidence in California native perennial bunchgrasses
Oecologia 145 (1),  p. 153

Oecologia (2005) 145, 575-585
Aaron J. Gassmann (2005)
Resistance to herbicide and susceptibility to herbivores: environmental variation in the magnitude of an ecological trade-off
Oecologia 145 (4),  p. 575

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
Oecologia 146 (2),  p. 196

Oecologia (2005) 146, 227-233
Martin Schädler, Mareike Roeder, Roland Brandl and Diethart Matthies (2005)
Is palatability of a root-hemiparasitic plant influenced by its host species?
Oecologia 146 (2),  p. 227

Oecologia (2005) 146, 300-310
Barry W. Alto, Marcus W. Griswold and L. Philip Lounibos (2005)
Habitat complexity and sex-dependent predation of mosquito larvae in containers
Oecologia 146 (2),  p. 300

Oecologia (2005) 146, 365-372
Bjørn Økland, Andrew M. Liebhold, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Nadir Erbilgin and Paal Krokene (2005)
Are bark beetle outbreaks less synchronous than forest Lepidoptera outbreaks?
Oecologia 146 (3),  p. 365

Oecologia (2005) 146, 373-384
F. Leland Russell and Svata M. Louda (2005)
Indirect interaction between two native thistles mediated by an invasive exotic floral herbivore
Oecologia 146 (3),  p. 373

Oecologia (2005) 146, 404-414
Benjamin J. Genton, Peter M. Kotanen, Pierre-Olivier Cheptou, Cindy Adolphe and Jacqui A. Shykoff (2005)
Enemy release but no evolutionary loss of defence in a plant invasion: an inter-continental reciprocal transplant experiment
Oecologia 146 (3),  p. 404