Norris Z. Muth
Norris Z. Muth
Professor of Biology, Juniata College
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Jack of all trades, master of some? On the role of phenotypic plasticity in plant invasions
CL Richards, O Bossdorf, NZ Muth, J Gurevitch, M Pigliucci
Ecology letters 9 (8), 981-993, 2006
10062006
Traits of invasives reconsidered: phenotypic comparisons of introduced invasive and introduced noninvasive plant species within two closely related clades
NZ Muth, M Pigliucci
American Journal of Botany 93 (2), 188-196, 2006
1052006
Implementation of a novel framework for assessing species plasticity in biological invasions: responses of Centaurea and Crepis to phosphorus and water availability
NZ Muth, M Pigliucci
Journal of Ecology 95 (5), 1001-1013, 2007
642007
Increased per capita herbivory in the shade: necessity, feedback, or luxury consumption
NZ Muth, EC Kluger, JH Levy, MJ Edwards, RA Niesenbaum
Ecoscience 15 (2), 182-188, 2008
632008
Genetic diversity and invasibility: a test using a model system with a novel experimental design
JF Weltzin, NZ Muth, B Von Holle, PG Cole
Oikos 103 (3), 505-518, 2003
612003
Differential induced response to generalist and specialist herbivores by Lindera benzoin (Lauraceae) in sun and shade
EH Mooney, EJ Tiedeken, NZ Muth, RA Niesenbaum
Oikos 118 (8), 1181-1189, 2009
332009
Contribution of insectivorous avifauna to top down control of Lindera benzoin herbivores at forest edge and interior habitats
DR Skoczylas, NZ Muth, RA Niesenbaum
acta oecologica 32 (3), 337-342, 2007
292007
Assessment of plant community restoration following Tree-of-Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) control by Verticillium albo-atrum
PT Harris, GH Cannon, NE Smith, NZ Muth
Biological invasions 15 (9), 1887-1893, 2013
202013
Differences in soil fungal assemblages associated with native and non-native tree species of varying weediness
DR Toole, GH Cannon, CJ Brislawn, JM Graves, R Lamendella, TR Muth, ...
Biological Invasions 20 (4), 891-904, 2018
42018
Addressing purple loosestrife management in Rhode Island
NZ Muth, SP Hamburg
Northeastern Naturalist, 67-74, 1998
41998
„The Alleged Fallacies of Evolutionary Theory”
M Pigliucci, J BANTA, C BOSSU, P CROUSE, T DEXTER, ...
Georgia Journal of Science 63 (3), 167-174, 2005
12005
The unified neutral theory of biodiversity and biogeography: Stephen P. Hubbell. Monographs in Population Biology 32, Princeton University Press, 2001. ISBN: 0-691-02129-5 (Hbk …
DP Vázquez, SM McMahon, NZ Muth, MD Collins
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 269 (2), 249-250, 2002
12002
Local Ecosystem Uptake of Stocked Trout by Cambarus bartonii and the Relevance of Prior Exposure to Stocking
CM Neville, ML Cubbage, MR Stewart, CJ Grant, NZ Muth
Northeastern Naturalist 27 (1), 125-133, 2020
2020
Dr. Strange-Olive, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Live with (some) Invasive Species
NZ Muth
Juniata Voices 16, 154-168, 2016
2016
Cracking the Walnut Case
NZ Muth, A VanWallendael
2011
PS 19-156: Black walnut and juglone toxicity: How strong is the evidence for the paradigmatic example of allelopathy?
Z Cupler, K Leibensperger, A VanWallendael, K Eisenmann, NZ Muth
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
2010
COS 71-2: Differential induced response to generalist and specialist herbivores by Lindera benzoin L.(Lauraceae) in sun and shade
RA Niesenbaum, EH Mooney, EJ Tiedeken, NZ Muth
The 93rd ESA Annual Meeting, 2008
2008
PS 29-58:(De) fences make good neighbors: Reduced herbivory of spicebush (Lindera benzoin) under black walnut (Juglans nigra) canopies
NZ Muth, RA Niesenbaum
2007
PS 29-60: Trading places: The plasticity of leaf quality and herbivory on Lindera benzoin with light
RA Niesenbaum, NZ Muth
2007
Comparative analysis of phenotypes, phenotypic plasticity, and phenotypic integration of variably invasive Centaurea and Crepis introductions to North America
NZ Muth
State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2007
2007
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