Andrew W. Bartlow
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Herbal Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects
11 Medical Attributes of St. John’s
KM Klemow, A Bartlow, J Crawford, N Kocher, J Shah, M Ritsick
Herbal medicine: biomolecular and clinical aspects, 211, 2011
Cache placement, pilfering, and a recovery advantage in a seed-dispersing rodent: could predation of scatter hoarders contribute to seedling establishment?
MA Steele, M Bugdal, A Yuan, A Bartlow, J Buzalewski, N Lichti, ...
Acta Oecologica 37 (6), 554-560, 2011
Galápagos mockingbirds tolerate introduced parasites that affect Darwin's finches
SA Knutie, JP Owen, SM McNew, AW Bartlow, E Arriero, JM Herman, ...
Ecology 97 (4), 940-950, 2016
Darwin’s finches combat introduced nest parasites with fumigated cotton
SA Knutie, SM McNew, AW Bartlow, DA Vargas, DH Clayton
Current Biology 24 (9), R355-R356, 2014
Walk or ride? Phoretic behaviour of amblyceran and ischnoceran lice
AW Bartlow, SM Villa, MW Thompson, SE Bush
International Journal for Parasitology 46 (4), 221-227, 2016
Forecasting zoonotic infectious disease response to climate change: Mosquito vectors and a changing environment
AW Bartlow, C Manore, C Xu, KA Kaufeld, S Del Valle, A Ziemann, ...
Veterinary Sciences 6 (2), 40, 2019
Alternative strategies of seed predator escape by early‐germinating oaks in Asia and North America
X Yi, Y Yang, R Curtis, AW Bartlow, SJ Agosta, MA Steele
Ecology and Evolution 2 (3), 487-492, 2012
Ability of chestnut oak to tolerate acorn pruning by rodents
X Yi, R Curtis, AW Bartlow, SJ Agosta, MA Steele
Naturwissenschaften 100 (1), 81-90, 2013
Acorn size and tolerance to seed predators: the multiple roles of acorns as food for seed predators, fruit for dispersal and fuel for growth
AW Bartlow, SJ Agosta, R Curtis, X Yi, MA Steele
Integrative Zoology 13 (3), 251-266, 2018
Incorporating cache management behavior into seed dispersal: the effect of pericarp removal on acorn germination
X Yi, M Zhang, AW Bartlow, Z Dong
PloS one 9 (3), e92544, 2014
Does multiple seed loading in Blue Jays result in selective dispersal of smaller acorns?
AW Bartlow, M Kachmar, N Lichti, RK Swihart, JA Stratford, MA Steele
Integrative Zoology 6 (3), 235-243, 2011
Responses of seedling growth and survival to post‐germination cotyledon removal: an investigation among seven oak species
X Yi, AW Bartlow, R Curtis, SJ Agosta, MA Steele
Journal of Ecology, 2019
Acorns containing deeper plumule survive better: how white oaks counter embryo excision by rodents
M Zhang, Z Dong, X Yi, AW Bartlow
Ecology and evolution 4 (1), 59-66, 2014
Avian communities are decreasing with piñon pine mortality in the southwest
JM Fair, CD Hathcock, AW Bartlow
Biological Conservation 226, 186-195, 2018
Effects of tannins on population dynamics of sympatric seed-eating rodents: the potential role of gut tannin-degrading bacteria
Y Zhang, AW Bartlow, Z Wang, X Yi
Oecologia 187 (3), 667-678, 2018
Long‐term variation in environmental conditions influences host–parasite fitness
K Musgrave, AW Bartlow, JM Fair
Ecology and evolution 9 (13), 7688-7703, 2019
Clay Caterpillar Whodunit: A Customizable Method for Studying Predator–Prey Interactions in the Field
R Curtis, JA Klemens, SJ Agosta, AW Bartlow, S Wood, JA Carlson, ...
The american biology Teacher 75 (1), 47-51, 2013
Re-caching of acorns by rodents: Cache management in eastern deciduous forests of North America
AW Bartlow, NI Lichti, R Curtis, RK Swihart, MA Steele
Acta Oecologica 92, 117-122, 2018
Phoresy in animals: review and synthesis of a common but understudied mode of dispersal
AW Bartlow, SJ Agosta
Biological Reviews, 2020
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