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Judith H Myers
Judith H Myers
Professor Zoology, University British Columbia
Verified email at zoology.ubc.ca
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Population cycles in small mammals
CJ Krebs, JH Myers
Advances in ecological research 8, 267-399, 1974
11471974
Eradication revisited: dealing with exotic species
JH Myers, D Simberloff, AM Kuris, JR Carey
Trends in ecology & evolution 15 (8), 316-320, 2000
10892000
Induced plant responses to herbivory
R Karban, JH Myers
Annual review of ecology and systematics 20 (1), 331-348, 1989
10761989
Ecology and control of introduced plants
JH Myers, D Bazely
Cambridge University Press, 2003
5112003
Population Cycles in Small Rodents: Demographic and genetic events are closely coupled in fluctuating populations of field mice.
CJ Krebs, MS Gaines, BL Keller, JH Myers, RH Tamarin
Science 179 (4068), 35-41, 1973
4811973
Multiple agents in biological control: improving the odds?
M Denoth, L Frid, JH Myers
Biological control 24 (1), 20-30, 2002
4462002
Rapid evolution and the cost of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in greenhouse populations of cabbage loopers, Trichoplusia ni
AF Janmaat, J Myers
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
4272003
The ecology and evolution of insect baculoviruses
JS Cory, JH Myers
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 34 (1), 239-272, 2003
4122003
Genetic, behavioral, and reproductive attributes of dispersing field voles Microtus pennsylvanicus and Microtus ochrogaster
JH Myers, CJ Krebs
Ecological Monographs 41 (1), 53-78, 1971
3841971
Sex ratio adjustment under food stress: maximization of quality or numbers of offspring?
JH Myers
The American Naturalist 112 (984), 381-388, 1978
3311978
Eradication and pest management
JH Myers, A Savoie, E Randen
Annual review of entomology 43 (1), 471-491, 1998
3171998
Can a general hypothesis explain population cycles of forest Lepidoptera?
JH Myers
Advances in Ecological Research 18, 179-242, 1988
3141988
Selecting a measure of dispersion
JH Myers
Environmental Entomology 7 (5), 619-621, 1978
2501978
Effect of physiological condition of the host plant on the ovipositional choice of the cabbage white butterfly, Pieris rapae
JH Myers
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 193-204, 1985
2211985
Synchrony in outbreaks of forest Lepidoptera: a possible example of the Moran effect
JH Myers
Ecology 79 (3), 1111-1117, 1998
1971998
Thorns, spines, prickles and hairs: are they stimulated by herbivory and do they deter herbivores?
JH Myers
Phytochemical induction by herbivores, 1991
1581991
The influence of predators on the movement of apterous pea aphids between plants
BD Roitberg, JH Myers, BD Frazer
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 111-122, 1979
1581979
How many insect species are necessary for the biological control of insects?
JH Myers, C Higgins, E Kovacs
Environmental Entomology 18 (4), 541-547, 1989
1541989
Previous herbivore attack of red alder may improve food quality for fall webworm larvae
KS Williams, JH Myers
Oecologia 63, 166-170, 1984
1461984
The cost of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis varies with the host plant of Trichoplusia ni
AF Janmaat, JH Myers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1567), 1031-1038, 2005
1442005
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