Nancy M. Schoeppner, Ph.D.

2006 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Ecology Biology, Zoology Biology
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Rick Relyea grad student 2006 University of Pittsburgh
 (Eavesdropping on the enemy: The importance of chemical cues for inducible defenses.)
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Schoeppner NM, Relyea RA. (2009) When should prey respond to consumed heterospecifics? Testing hypotheses of perceived risk Copeia. 190-194
Schoeppner NM, Relyea RA. (2009) Interpreting the smells of predation: How alarm cues and kairomones induce different prey defences Functional Ecology. 23: 1114-1121
Schoeppner NM, Relyea RA. (2009) Phenotypic plasticity in response to fine-grained environmental variation in predation Functional Ecology. 23: 587-594
Schoeppner NM, Relyea RA. (2008) Detecting small environmental differences: risk-response curves for predator-induced behavior and morphology. Oecologia. 154: 743-54
Schoeppner NM, Relyea RA. (2005) Damage, digestion, and defence: the roles of alarm cues and kairomones for inducing prey defences. Ecology Letters. 8: 505-12
Relyea RA, Schoeppner NM, Hoverman JT. (2005) Pesticides and amphibians: The importance of community context Ecological Applications. 15: 1125-1134
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