William J. Boecklen

Affiliations: 
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
Area:
Ecology Biology, Statistics
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Skinner BM, Al Mutery A, Smith D, et al. (2014) Global patterns of apparent copy number variation in birds revealed by cross-species comparative genomic hybridization. Chromosome Research : An International Journal On the Molecular, Supramolecular and Evolutionary Aspects of Chromosome Biology. 22: 59-70
Boecklen WJ. (2011) Use of stable isotopes in foraging ecology and food web analysis Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 42
Marquez MJ, Boecklen WJ. (2010) Isotopic shift in an introduced population of gemsbok (Oryx gazella) Journal of Arid Environments. 74: 928-932
Golinski MR, Boecklen WJ, Dawe AL. (2008) Two-dimensional fractal growth properties of the filamentous fungus Cryphonectria parasitica: the effects of hypovirus infection. Journal of Basic Microbiology. 48: 426-9
Yarnes CT, Boecklen WJ, Tuominen K, et al. (2008) Hybridization affects seasonal variation of phytochemical phenotypes in an oak hybrid complex (Quercus gambelii x Quercus grisea) International Journal of Plant Sciences. 169: 567-578
Yarnes CT, Boecklen WJ, Salminen JP. (2008) No simple sum: Seasonal variation in tannin phenotypes and leaf-miners in hybrid oaks Chemoecology. 18: 39-51
Yarnes CT, Boecklen WJ, Tuominen K, et al. (2006) Defining phytochemical phenotypes: Size and shape analysis of phenolic compounds in oaks (Fagaceae, Quercus) of the Chihuahuan Desert Canadian Journal of Botany. 84: 1233-1248
Golinski M, Boecklen WJ. (2006) A model-independent test for the presence of regulatory equilibrium and non-random structure in island species trajectories Journal of Biogeography. 33: 1566-1570
Yarnes CT, Boecklen WJ. (2006) Abiotic mosaics affect seasonal variation of plant resources and influence the performance and mortality of a leaf-miner in Gambel's oak (Quercus gambelii, Nutt.) Ecological Research. 21: 157-163
Yarnes CT, Boecklen WJ. (2005) Abiotic factors promote plant heterogeneity and influence herbivore performance and mortality in Gambel's oak (Quercus gambelii) Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata. 114: 87-95
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