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John Lill
John Lill
Professor of Biology, George Washington University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei email.gwu.edu
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Host specificity of Lepidoptera in tropical and temperate forests
LA Dyer, MS Singer, JT Lill, JO Stireman, GL Gentry, RJ Marquis, ...
Nature 448 (7154), 696-699, 2007
5232007
The global distribution of diet breadth in insect herbivores
ML Forister, V Novotny, AK Panorska, L Baje, Y Basset, PT Butterill, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (2), 442-447, 2015
4492015
Climatic unpredictability and parasitism of caterpillars: implications of global warming
JO Stireman III, LA Dyer, DH Janzen, MS Singer, JT Lill, RJ Marquis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (48), 17384-17387, 2005
3942005
Feeny revisited: condensed tannins as anti‐herbivore defences in leaf‐chewing herbivore communities of Quercus
RE Forkner, RJ Marquis, JT Lill
Ecological Entomology 29 (2), 174-187, 2004
2962004
Revisiting the evolution of ecological specialization, with emphasis on insect–plant interactions
ML Forister, LA Dyer, MS Singer, JO Stireman III, JT Lill
Ecology 93 (5), 981-991, 2012
2812012
Host plants influence parasitism of forest caterpillars
JT Lill, RJ Marquis, RE Ricklefs
Nature 417 (6885), 170-173, 2002
2262002
Ecosystem engineering by caterpillars increases insect herbivore diversity on white oak
JT Lill, RJ Marquis
Ecology 84 (3), 682-690, 2003
1882003
The effects of leaf quality on herbivore performance and attack from natural enemies
JT Lill, RJ Marquis
Oecologia 126 (3), 418-428, 2001
1852001
Timing is everything? Phenological synchrony and population variability in leaf‐chewing herbivores of Quercus
RE Forkner, RJ Marquis, JT Lill, JLE CORFF
Ecological Entomology 33 (2), 276-285, 2008
1022008
Effect of plant architecture on colonization and damage by leaftying caterpillars of Quercus alba
RJ Marquis, JT Lill, A Piccinni
Oikos 99 (3), 531-537, 2002
922002
Microhabitat manipulation: ecosystem engineering by shelter-building insects
JT Lill, RJ Marquis, K Cuddington, JE Byers, WG Wilson
Ecosystem engineers: plants to protists, 107-138, 2007
662007
Stinging spines protect slug caterpillars (Limacodidae) from multiple generalist predators
SM Murphy, SM Leahy, LS Williams, JT Lill
Behavioral Ecology 21 (1), 153-160, 2010
612010
The role of climate variability and global warming in the dieback of Northern Hardwoods
AND Auclair, JT Lill, C Revenga
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 91 (3), 163-186, 1996
511996
Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark forest
WK Gram, VL Sork, RJ Marquis, RB Renken, RL Clawson, J Faaborg, ...
Ecological Applications 11 (6), 1667-1679, 2001
482001
Effects of arthropods as physical ecosystem engineers on plant-based trophic interaction webs
RJ Marquis, JT Lill
Indirect interaction webs: nontrophic linkages through induced plant traits …, 2007
472007
Leaf pubescence affects distribution and abundance of generalist slug caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Limacodidae)
JT Lill, RJ Marquis, RE Forkner, J Le Corff, N Holmberg, NA Barber
Environmental Entomology 35 (3), 797-806, 2006
452006
Impact of plant architecture versus leaf quality on attack by leaf-tying caterpillars on five oak species
RJ Marquis, JT Lill
Oecologia 163 (1), 203-213, 2010
442010
Cascading effects of host size and host plant species on parasitoid resource allocation
TM Stoepler, JT Lill, SM Murphy
Ecological Entomology 36 (6), 724-735, 2011
402011
Leaf ties as colonization sites for forest arthropods: an experimental study
JT Lill, RJ Marquis
Ecological Entomology 29 (3), 300-308, 2004
402004
Direct and indirect effects of light environment generate ecological trade‐offs in herbivore performance and parasitism
TM Stoepler, JT Lill
Ecology 94 (10), 2299-2310, 2013
352013
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