Andrew Norton
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Selenium accumulation protects Brassica juncea from invertebrate herbivory and fungal infection
B Hanson, GF Garifullina, SD Lindblom, A Wangeline, A Ackley, K Kramer, ...
New Phytologist 159 (2), 461-469, 2003
Host plant manipulation of natural enemies: leaf domatia protect beneficial mites from insect predators
AP Norton, G English-Loeb, E Belden
Oecologia 126, 535-542, 2001
The relative performance of indel-coding methods in simulations
MP Simmons, K Müller, AP Norton
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44 (2), 724-740, 2007
Control of powdery mildew in wild and cultivated grapes by a tydeid mite
G English-Loeb, AP Norton, DM Gadoury, RC Seem, WF Wilcox
Biological Control 14 (2), 97-103, 1999
Mycophagous mites and foliar pathogens: leaf domatia mediate tritrophic interactions in grapes
AP Norton, G English-Loeb, D Gadoury, RC Seem
Ecology 81 (2), 490-499, 2000
Divergent maximum-likelihood-branch-support values for polytomies
MP Simmons, AP Norton
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 73, 87-96, 2014
Behavioral and population consequences of acarodomatia in grapes on phytoseiid mites (Mesostigmata) and implications for plant breeding
G English‐Loeb, AP Norton, MA Walker
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 104 (2‐3), 307-319, 2002
Hybridization of an invasive shrub affects tolerance and resistance to defoliation by a biological control agent
WI Williams, JM Friedman, JF Gaskin, AP Norton
Evolutionary applications 7 (3), 381-393, 2014
Biological control of grape powdery mildew using mycophagous mites
G English-Loeb, AP Norton, D Gadoury, R Seem, W Wilcox
Plant disease 91 (4), 421-429, 2007
Spatially contingent interactions between an exotic and native plant mediated through flower visitors
DP Cariveau, AP Norton
Oikos 118 (1), 107-114, 2009
Herbivory and novel weapons: no evidence for enhanced competitive ability or allelopathy induction of Centaurea diffusa by biological controls
AP Norton, AC Blair, JG Hardin, SJ Nissen, GR Brunk
Biological Invasions 10, 79-88, 2008
Augmentation of the Egg Parasitoid Anaphes iole (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) for Lygus hesperus (Heteroptera:Miridae) Management in Strawberries
AP Norton, SC Welter
Environmental Entomology 25 (6), 1406-1414, 1996
Integrating pesticide effects with inundative biological control: interpretation of pesticide toxicity curves for Anaphes iole in strawberries
S Udayagiri, AP Norton, SC Welter
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 95 (1), 87-95, 2000
Quantification and relative severity of inflated branch-support values generated by alternative methods: an empirical example
MP Simmons, AP Norton
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 67 (1), 277-296, 2013
Parasitism of Lygus hesperus (Miridae) by Anaphes iole (Mymaridae) and Leiophron uniformis (Braconidae) in California strawberry
AP Norton, SC Welter, JL Flexner, CG Jackson, JW Debolt, C Pickel
Biological Control 2 (2), 131-137, 1992
Tri‐trophic interactions among grapevines, a fungal pathogen, and a mycophagous mite
G English-Loeb, AP Norton, D Gadoury, R Seem, W Wilcox
Ecological Applications 15 (5), 1679-1688, 2005
Biological control of Lygus hesperus with inundative releases of Anaphes iole in a high cash value crop.
S Udayagiri, SC Welter, AP Norton
Southwestern Entomologist, 27-38, 2000
Linaria dalmatica invades south-facing slopes and less grazed areas in grazing-tolerant mixed-grass prairie
DM Blumenthal, AP Norton, SE Cox, EM Hardy, GE Liston, L Kennaway, ...
Biological Invasions 14, 395-404, 2012
Methyl anthranilate as a repellent for western corn rootworm larvae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
EJ Bernklau, BE Hibbard, AP Norton, LB Bjostad
Journal of Economic Entomology 109 (4), 1683-1690, 2016
Pre-and post-introduction patterns in neutral genetic diversity in the leafy spurge gall midge, Spurgia capitigena (Bremi)(Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)
CJ Lloyd, RA Hufbauer, A Jackson, SJ Nissen, AP Norton
Biological Control 33 (2), 153-164, 2005
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