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Authors: Knight, M Glor, R Smedley, SR Gonzalez, A Adler, K Eisner, T
Citation: M. Knight et al., Firefly toxicosis in lizards, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 1981-1986

Authors: Tallamy, DW Mullin, CA Frazier, JL
Citation: Dw. Tallamy et al., An alternate route to insect pharmacophagy: The loose receptor hypothesis, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 1987-1997

Authors: Carter, M Feeny, P
Citation: M. Carter et P. Feeny, Host-plant chemistry influences oviposition choice of the spicebush swallowtail butterfly, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 1999-2009

Authors: Suckling, DM Karg, G Green, S Gibb, AR
Citation: Dm. Suckling et al., The effect of atmospheric pheromone concentrations on behavior of lightbrown apple moth in an apple orchard, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2011-2025

Authors: Gerson, EA Kelsey, RG
Citation: Ea. Gerson et Rg. Kelsey, Piperidine alkaloids in nitrogen fertilized Pinus ponderosa, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2027-2039

Authors: Kamps, RH Neill, WH
Citation: Rh. Kamps et Wh. Neill, Aquacultural effluents: Directive signals to the system downstream?, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2041-2050

Authors: Schmidt, JO
Citation: Jo. Schmidt, Attractant or pheromone: The case of Nasonov secretion and honeybee swarms, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2051-2056

Authors: Burger, BV Nell, AE Spies, HSC Le Roux, M Bigalke, RC Brand, PAJ
Citation: Bv. Burger et al., Mammalian exocrine secretions. XII: Constituents of interdigital secretions of bontebok, Damaliscus dorcas dorcas, and blesbok, D-d. phillipsi, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2057-2084

Authors: Burger, BV Nell, AE Spies, HSC Le Roux, M Bigalke, RC
Citation: Bv. Burger et al., Mammalian exocrine secretions. XIII: Constituents of preorbital secretionsof Bontebok, Damaliscus dorcas dorcas, and Blesbok, D-d. phillipsi, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2085-2097

Authors: Burger, BV Greyling, J Spies, HSC
Citation: Bv. Burger et al., Mammalian exocrine secretions. XIV: Constituents of preorbital secretion of steenbok, Raphicerus campestris, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2099-2108

Authors: Boyle, R McLean, S Foley, WJ Davies, NW
Citation: R. Boyle et al., Comparative metabolism of dietary terpene, p-cymene, in generalist and specialist folivorous marsupials, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2109-2126

Authors: Dodds, CJ Henderson, IF Watson, P Leake, LD
Citation: Cj. Dodds et al., Action of extracts of apiaceae on feeding behavior and neurophysiology of the field slug Deroceras reticulatum, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2127-2145

Authors: Solomon, NG Ferkin, MH O'Boyle, R
Citation: Ng. Solomon et al., Do pine voles (Microtus pinetorum) use numerous types of olfactory cues todiscriminate gender?, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2147-2159

Authors: Hanifin, CT Yotsu-Yamashita, M Yasumoto, T Brodie, ED Brodie, ED
Citation: Ct. Hanifin et al., Toxicity of dangerous prey: Variation of tetrodotoxin levels within and among populations of the newt Taricha granulosa, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2161-2175

Authors: Scutareanu, P Ma, YL Claeys, M Dommisse, R Sabelis, MW
Citation: P. Scutareanu et al., Induction of a p-coumaroyl trihydroxy triterpene acid in Psylla-infested and mechanically damaged pear trees, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2177-2191

Authors: Ali, MI Bi, JL Young, SY Felton, GW
Citation: Mi. Ali et al., Do foliar phenolics provide protection to Heliothis virescens from a baculovirus?, J CHEM ECOL, 25(9), 1999, pp. 2193-2204

Authors: Harris, MO Sandanayake, M Foster, SP
Citation: Mo. Harris et al., Chemical stimuli from apple influence the behavior of neonate caterpillarsof the generalist herbivore, Epiphyas postvittana, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1717-1738

Authors: Schmelz, EA Grebenok, RJ Galbraith, DW Bowers, WS
Citation: Ea. Schmelz et al., Insect-induced synthesis of phytoecdysteroids in spinach, Spinacia oleracea, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1739-1757

Authors: Zilkowski, BW Bartelt, RJ
Citation: Bw. Zilkowski et Rj. Bartelt, Cross-attraction of Carpophilus humeralis to pheromone components of otherCarpophilus species, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1759-1770

Authors: Powell, JS Raffa, KF
Citation: Js. Powell et Kf. Raffa, Sources of variation in concentration and composition of foliar monoterpenes in tamarack (Larix laricina) seedlings: Roles of nutrient availability, time of season, and plant architecture, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1771-1797

Authors: Labra, A Niemeyer, HM
Citation: A. Labra et Hm. Niemeyer, Intraspecific chemical recognition in the lizard Liolaemus tenuis, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1799-1811

Authors: Sant'Ana, J Da Silva, RFP Dickens, JC
Citation: J. Sant'Ana et al., Olfactory reception of conspecific aggregation pheromone and plant odors by nymphs of the predator, Podisus maculiventris, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1813-1826

Authors: Zalucki, MP Malcolm, SB
Citation: Mp. Zalucki et Sb. Malcolm, Plant latex and first-instar monarch larval growth and survival on three North American milkweed species, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1827-1842

Authors: Zhang, GR Zhang, WQ Lian, B Gu, LQ Zhou, Q Liu, TX
Citation: Gr. Zhang et al., Insecticidal effects of extracts from two rice varieties to brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1843-1853

Authors: Mboera, LEG Mdira, KY Salum, FM Takken, W Pickett, JA
Citation: Leg. Mboera et al., Influence of synthetic oviposition pheromone and volatiles from soakage pits and grass infusions upon oviposition site-selection of Culex mosquitoes in Tanzania, J CHEM ECOL, 25(8), 1999, pp. 1855-1865
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