Stacey L. Halpern, Ph.D.

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Ruth Shaw grad student 2003 UMN
 (Evaluating the potential for adaptation to climate change in Lupinus perennis.)
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Hakes AS, Halpern S, Underwood N. (2018) Insect Herbivores Increase the Spatial Aggregation of a Clonal Plant International Journal of Plant Sciences. 179: 209-216
Kim TN, Spiesman BJ, Buchanan AL, et al. (2015) Selective manipulation of a non-dominant plant and its herbivores affects an old-field plant community Plant Ecology. 216: 1029-1045
Halpern SL, Bednar D, Chisholm A, et al. (2014) Plant-mediated effects of host plant density on a specialist herbivore of Solanum carolinense Ecological Entomology. 39: 217-225
Underwood N, Halpern SL. (2012) Insect herbivores, density dependence, and the performance of the perennial herb Solanum carolinense Ecology. 93: 1026-1035
McNutt DW, Halpern SL, Barrows K, et al. (2012) Intraspecific competition facilitates the evolution of tolerance to insect damage in the perennial plant Solanum carolinense Oecologia. 170: 1033-1044
Underwood N, Halpern S, Klein C. (2011) Effect of host-plant genotype and neighboring plants on strawberry aphid movement in the greenhouse and field American Midland Naturalist. 165: 38-49
Halpern SL, Adler LS, Wink M. (2010) Leaf herbivory and drought stress affect floral attractive and defensive traits in Nicotiana quadrivalvis. Oecologia. 163: 961-71
Halpern SL, Underwood N. (2006) Approaches for testing herbivore effects on plant population dynamics Journal of Applied Ecology. 43: 922-929
Halpern SL. (2005) Sources and consequences of seed size variation in Lupinus perennis (Fabaceae): adaptive and non-adaptive hypotheses. American Journal of Botany. 92: 205-13
Paciorek CJ, Moyer BR, Levin RA, et al. (1995) Pollen Consumption by the Hummingbird Flower Mite Proctolaelaps kirmsei and Possible Fitness Effects on Hamelia patens Biotropica. 27: 258
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