Frances S. Chew

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Tufts University, Boston 
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Agerbirk N, Olsen CE, Cipollini D, et al. (2014) Specific glucosinolate analysis reveals variable levels of epimeric glucobarbarins, dietary precursors of 5-phenyloxazolidine-2-thiones, in watercress types with contrasting chromosome numbers Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 62: 9586-9596
Nakajima M, Boggs CL, Chew FS, et al. (2014) Dynamics and structure of a native pieris population in the presence of a non-native, toxic larval host plant Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society. 68: 175-184
Steinbrenner AD, Agerbirk N, Orians CM, et al. (2012) Transient abiotic stresses lead to latent defense and reproductive responses over the Brassica rapa life cycle Chemoecology. 22: 239-250
Clark PJ, Reed JM, Chew FS. (2007) Effects of urbanization on butterfly species richness, guild structure, and rarity Urban Ecosystems. 10: 321-337
Keeler MS, Chew FS, Goodale BC, et al. (2006) Modelling the impacts of two exotic invasive species on a native butterfly: top-down vs. bottom-up effects. The Journal of Animal Ecology. 75: 777-88
Chew FS, Watt WB. (2006) The green-veined white (Pieris napi L.), its Pierine relatives, and the systematics dilemmas of divergent character sets (Lepidoptera, Pieridae) Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 88: 413-435
Gibbons LK, Reed JM, Chew FS. (2002) Habitat requirements and local persistence of three damselfly species (odonata: Coenagrionidae) Journal of Insect Conservation. 6: 47-55
Mechaber WL, Marshall DB, Mechaber RA, et al. (1996) Mapping leaf surface landscapes Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 93: 4600-4603
Chew FS, Courtney SP. (1991) Plant apparency and evolutionary escape from insect herbivory American Naturalist. 138: 729-750
Courtney SP, Chew FS. (1987) Coexistence and host use by a large community of Pierid butterflies: habitat is the templet Oecologia. 71: 210-220
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