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N. Valenzuela and Adams, D. C., Chromosome number and sex determination coevolve in turtles, Evolution, vol. 65, no. 6, pp. 1808-1813, 2011.
S. Radhakrishnan and Valenzuela, N., Chromosomal context affects the molecular evolution of sex-linked genes and their autosomal counterparts in turtles and other vertebrates, Journal of Heredity, 2017.
Z. Chen, Feng, K., Grover, C. E., Li, P., Liu, F., Wang, Y., Xu, Q., Shang, M., Zhou, Z., and Cai, X., Chloroplast DNA Structural Variation, Phylogeny, and Age of Divergence among Diploid Cotton Species, PloS one, vol. 11, no. 6, p. e0157183, 2016.
J. M. Serb and Eernisse, D. J., Charting evolution’s trajectory: using molluscan eye diversity to understand parallel and convergent evolution, Evolution: Education and Outreach, vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 439-447, 2008.
V. Muthye and Lavrov, D. V., Characterization of mitochondrial proteomes of nonbilaterian animals, IUBMB life, 2018.
J. W. Raich, Farrar, D. R., Herzberg, R. A., Sin, E. E. N. A. M., and Johnson-Groh, C. I. N. D. Y. L., Characterization of central Iowa forests with permanent plots, JOURNAL-IOWA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, vol. 106, pp. 40-46, 1999.
D. C. Adams, Character displacement via aggressive interference in Appalachian salamanders, Ecology, vol. 85, no. 10, pp. 2664-2670, 2004.
R. G. Jaeger, Prosen, E. D., Adams, D. C., and Montgomery, W. L., Character Displacement and Aggression in Two Species ofTerrestrial Salamanders, Copeia, vol. 2002, no. 2, pp. 391-401, 2002.
J. C. Caruthers, Debinski, D. M., and Whickam, H., CHAPTER TWO: BUTTERFLY INDICATORS OF MONTANE MEADOWS ALONG A HYDROLOGICAL GRADIENT: RESPONSES FROM A SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SCALE, Butterfly Community Temporal Trends and Responses to Resource Availability Along a Hydrologic Gradient of Montane Meadows, p. 8, 2008.
J. M. Jandt and Toth, A. L., Chapter Three-Physiological and Genomic Mechanisms of Social Organization in Wasps (Family: Vespidae), Advances in Insect Physiology, vol. 48, pp. 95-130, 2015.
J. C. Caruthers and Debinski, D. M., CHAPTER THREE: BUTTERFLY RESPONSES TO FLORAL AND HOST PLANT RESOURCES IN MONTANE MEADOWS, Butterfly Community Temporal Trends and Responses to Resource Availability Along a Hydrologic Gradient of Montane Meadows, p. 30, 2008.
B. F. M. Olechnowski, Debinski, D. M., Drobney, P., Viste-Sparkman, K., and Reed, W. T., Changes in vegetation structure through time in a restored tallgrass prairie ecosystem and implications for avian diversity and community composition, Ecological Restoration, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 449-457, 2009.
R. M. Maher, Asbjornsen, H., Kolka, R. K., Cambardella, C. A., and Raich, J. W., Changes in soil respiration across a chronosequence of tallgrass prairie reconstructions, Agriculture, ecosystems & environment, vol. 139, no. 4, pp. 749-753, 2010.
R. E. Masonbrink, Gallagher, J. P., Jareczek, J. J., Renny-Byfield, S., Grover, C. E., Gong, L., and Wendel, J. F., CenH3 evolution in diploids and polyploids of three angiosperm genera, BMC plant biology, vol. 14, no. 1, p. 383, 2014.
E. C. Webb, Mendelssohn, I. A., and Wilsey, B. J., Causes for vegetation dieback in a Louisiana salt marsh: a bioassay approach, Aquatic Botany, vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 281-289, 1995.
J. O. Stireman, Nason, J. D., Heard, S. B., and Seehawer, J. M., Cascading host-associated genetic differentiation in parasitoids of phytophagous insects, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, vol. 273, no. 1586, pp. 523-530, 2006.
G. Mora and Raich, J. W., Carbon‐isotopic composition of soil‐respired carbon dioxide in static closed chambers at equilibrium, Rapid communications in mass spectrometry, vol. 21, no. 12, pp. 1866-1870, 2007.
E. S. A. Home, Carbon Dynamics in the Tropics, 2010.
J. W. Raich, Carbon budget of a tropical soil under mature wet forest and young vegetation., University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA., 1983.
C. M. Litton, Raich, J. W., and Ryan, M. G., Carbon allocation in forest ecosystems, Global Change Biology, vol. 13, no. 10, pp. 2089-2109, 2007.
J. William Raich, Canopy Openings, Seed Germination, and Tree Regeneration in Malaysian Coastal Hill Dipterocarp Forest, Dissertation, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA., 1987.
A. J. Berens, Tibbetts, E. A., and Toth, A. L., Candidate genes for individual recognition in Polistes fuscatus paper wasps, Journal of Comparative Physiology A, pp. 1-15, 2015.
F. Manfredini, Brown, M. J. F., and Toth, A. L., Candidate genes for cooperation and aggression in the social wasp Polistes dominula, Journal of Comparative Physiology A, pp. 1-15, 2018.
C. E. Grover, Gallagher, J. P., and Wendel, J. F., Candidate Gene Identification of Flowering Time Genes in Cotton, The Plant Genome, 2015.
D. M. Debinski and Babbit, A. N. G. E. L. A. M., Butterfly species in native prairie and restored prairie, Prairie Naturalist, vol. 29, pp. 219-228, 1997.
J. A. Vogel, Debinski, D. M., Koford, R. R., and Miller, J. R., Butterfly responses to prairie restoration through fire and grazing, Biological Conservation, vol. 140, no. 1, pp. 78-90, 2007.
L. Ries and Debinski, D. M., Butterfly responses to habitat edges in the highly fragmented prairies of Central Iowa, Journal of Animal Ecology, vol. 70, no. 5, pp. 840-852, 2001.
D. M. Debinski, Santelmann, M. V., White, D., Lindsay, K. Freemark, Sifneos, J. C., Nassauer, J. I., and Scavia, D., Butterfly Responses, From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures, p. 102, 2007.
D. Debinski, Mahady, S., Rizzo, W. M., and Willson, G. D., Butterfly monitoring protocol for four prairie parks, US Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, Missouri Field Station, vol. 302, 2000.
J. D. Davis, Hendrix, S. D., Debinski, D. M., and Hemsley, C. J., Butterfly, bee and forb community composition and cross-taxon incongruence in tallgrass prairie fragments, Journal of Insect Conservation, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 69-79, 2008.
D. Debinski, Butterflies of Glacier National Park, Montana, Occasional papers of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, 1993.
S. Hendrix and Debinski, D. M., Butterflies in Your Pocket: A Guide to the Butterflies of the Upper Midwest. University of Iowa Press, 2003.
N. M. Davros, Debinski, D. M., Reeder, K. F., and Hohman, W. L., Butterflies and continuous conservation reserve program filter strips: landscape considerations, Wildlife Society Bulletin, vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 936-943, 2006.
P. A. Soranno, Bissell, E. G., Cheruvelil, K. S., Christel, S. T., Collins, S. M., C Fergus, E., Filstrup, C. T., Lapierre, J. - F., Lottig, N. R., and Oliver, S. K., Building a multi-scaled geospatial temporal ecology database from disparate data sources: fostering open science and data reuse, GigaScience, vol. 4, no. 1, p. 28, 2015.
J. D. Nason, E Herre, A., and Hamrick, J. L., The breeding structure of a tropical keystone plant resource, Nature, vol. 391, no. 6668, pp. 685-687, 1998.
V. J. Apsit, Hamrick, J. L., and Nason, J. D., Breeding population size of a fragmented population of a Costa Rican dry forest tree species, Journal of Heredity, vol. 92, no. 5, pp. 415-420, 2001.
K. M. Olsen and Wendel, J. F., A bountiful harvest: genomic insights into crop domestication phenotypes, Annual Review of Plant Biology, vol. 64, pp. 47-70, 2013.
J. W. Raich, Russell, A. E., Crews, T. E., Farrington, H., and Vitousek, P. M., Both nitrogen and phosphorus limit plant production on young Hawaiian lava flows, Biogeochemistry, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 1-14, 1996.
D. D. Kassam, Adams, D. C., Ambali, A. J. D., and Yamaoka, K., Body shape variation in relation to resource partitioning within cichlid trophic guilds coexisting along the rocky shore of Lake Malawi, Animal Biology, vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 59-70, 2003.
A. Tufekcioglu, Raich, J. W., Isenhart, T. M., and Schultz, R. C., Biomass, Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics Within Riparian Buffers and Adjacent Crop Fields, Biomass, carbon, nitrogen and soil respiration dynamics within riparian buffers and adjacent crop fields, p. 68, 2002.
A. Tufekcioglu, Raich, J. W., Isenhart, T. M., and Schultz, R. C., Biomass, carbon and nitrogen dynamics of multi-species riparian buffers within an agricultural watershed in Iowa, USA, Agroforestry Systems, vol. 57, no. 3, pp. 187-198, 2003.
P. M. Vitousek, Aplet, G. H., Raich, J. W., and Lockwood, J. P., Biological perspectives on Mauna Loa Volcano: a model system for ecological research, Mauna Loa revealed: structure, composition, history, and hazards, pp. 117-126, 1995.
D. Debinski and Gilpin, M., Biological Diversity Assessment-South African Case Study. Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1990.
D. M. Debinski and Brussard, P. F., Biological diversity assessment in Glacier National Park, Montana: I. sampling design, in Ecological indicators, Springer, 1992, pp. 393-407.
D. A. Baum, Small, R. L., and Wendel, J. F., Biogeography and floral evolution of Baobabs Adansonia, Bombacaceae as inferred from multiple data sets, Systematic Biology, vol. 47, no. 2, pp. 181-207, 1998.
B. J. Cardinale, Gross, K., Fritschie, K., Flombaum, P., Fox, J. W., Rixen, C., van Ruijven, J., Reich, P. B., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., and Wilsey, B. J., Biodiversity simultaneously enhances the production and stability of community biomass, but the effects are independent, Ecology, vol. 94, no. 8, pp. 1697-1707, 2013.
F. I. Isbell, H Polley, W., and Wilsey, B. J., Biodiversity, productivity and the temporal stability of productivity: patterns and processes, Ecology letters, vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 443-451, 2009.
L. M. Martin, H Polley, W., Daneshgar, P. P., Harris, M. A., and Wilsey, B. J., Biodiversity, photosynthetic mode, and ecosystem services differ between native and novel ecosystems, Oecologia, vol. 175, no. 2, pp. 687-697, 2014.
B. J. Wilsey, Daneshgar, P. P., and H Polley, W., Biodiversity, phenology and temporal niche differences between native-and novel exotic-dominated grasslands, Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 265-276, 2011.
B. J. Wilsey, Teaschner, T. B., Daneshgar, P. P., Isbell, F. I., and H Polley, W., Biodiversity maintenance mechanisms differ between native and novel exotic‐dominated communities, Ecology Letters, vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 432-442, 2009.