Jack Schultz
Jack Schultz
Director of Research Development, University of Toledo
Verified email at utoledo.edu
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Rapid changes in tree leaf chemistry induced by damage: evidence for communication between plants
IT Baldwin, JC Schultz
Science 221 (4607), 277-279, 1983
7091983
Oak leaf quality declines in response to defoliation by gypsy moth larvae
JC Schultz, IT Baldwin
Science 217 (4555), 149-151, 1982
5511982
The growth–defense trade‐off and habitat specialization by plants in Amazonian forests
PVA Fine, ZJ Miller, I Mesones, S Irazuzta, HM Appel, MHH Stevens, ...
Ecology 87 (sp7), S150-S162, 2006
4742006
Major signaling pathways modulate Arabidopsis glucosinolate accumulation and response to both phloem-feeding and chewing insects
I Mewis, HM Appel, A Hom, R Raina, JC Schultz
Plant Physiology 138 (2), 1149-1162, 2005
4652005
Growth responses of tropical shrubs to treefall gap environments
JS Denslow, JC Schultz, PM Vitousek, BR Strain
Ecology 71 (1), 165-179, 1990
4541990
Nitrogen cycling in a northern hardwood forest: do species matter?
GM Lovett, KC Weathers, MA Arthur, JC Schultz
Biogeochemistry 67 (3), 289-308, 2004
4482004
Bird predation on forest insects: an exclosure experiment
RT Holmes, JC Schultz, P Nothnagle
Science 206 (4417), 462-463, 1979
3541979
Relationships among defoliation, red oak phenolics, and gypsy moth growth and reproduction
MC Rossiter, JC Schultz, IT Baldwin
Ecology 69 (1), 267-277, 1988
3521988
Within‐plant signalling via volatiles overcomes vascular constraints on systemic signalling and primes responses against herbivores
CJ Frost, HM Appel, JE Carlson, CM De Moraes, MC Mescher, JC Schultz
Ecology Letters 10 (6), 490-498, 2007
3462007
Gene expression and glucosinolate accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana in response to generalist and specialist herbivores of different feeding guilds and the role of defense …
I Mewis, JG Tokuhisa, JC Schultz, HM Appel, C Ulrichs, J Gershenzon
Phytochemistry 67 (22), 2450-2462, 2006
3062006
Insect outbreaks.
P Barbosa, JC Schultz
Insect outbreaks., 1987
2861987
Food availability for forest birds: effects of prey distribution and abundance on bird foraging
RT Holmes, JC Schultz
Canadian Journal of Zoology 66 (3), 720-728, 1988
2541988
Habitat selection and foraging tactics of caterpillars in heterogeneous trees
JC Schultz
Variable plants and herbivores in natural and managed systems, 61-90, 1983
2441983
Many factors influence the evolution of herbivore diets, but plant chemistry is central.
JC Schultz
^ C1988^ TEcology: a Publication of the Ecological Society of America^ G69 …, 1988
1991988
Limitations of Folin assays of foliar phenolics in ecological studies
HM Appel, HL Govenor, M D'ascenzo, E Siska, JC Schultz
Journal of chemical ecology 27 (4), 761-778, 2001
1842001
Fitness costs of jasmonic acid-induced defense in tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum
AM Redman, DF Cipollini, JC Schultz
Oecologia 126 (3), 380-385, 2001
1832001
Seasonal and individual variation in leaf quality of two northern hardwoods tree species
JC Schultz, PJ Nothnagle, IT Baldwin
American Journal of Botany 69 (5), 753-759, 1982
1821982
Tannin-insect interactions
JC Schultz
Chemistry and significance of condensed tannins, 417-433, 1989
1511989
Induced plant defenses breached? Phytochemical induction protects an herbivore from disease
MD Hunter, JC Schultz
Oecologia 94 (2), 195-203, 1993
1481993
Induced sink strength as a prerequisite for induced tannin biosynthesis in developing leaves of Populus
TM Arnold, JC Schultz
Oecologia 130 (4), 585-593, 2002
1442002
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