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Colin M Orians
Colin M Orians
Professor of Biology, Tufts University
Verified email at tufts.edu
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Interspecific hybridization of plants and resistance to herbivores: hypotheses, genetics, and variable responses in a diverse herbivore community
RS Fritz, CM Nichols-Orians, SJ Brunsfeld
Oecologia 97, 106-117, 1994
2511994
Jasmonic acid induces rapid changes in carbon transport and partitioning in Populus
BA Babst, RA Ferrieri, DW Gray, M Lerdau, DJ Schlyer, M Schueller, ...
New phytologist 167 (1), 63-72, 2005
2422005
Sedum cools soil and can improve neighboring plant performance during water deficit on a green roof
C Butler, CM Orians
Ecological Engineering 37 (11), 1796-1803, 2011
2222011
The effects of hybridization in plants on secondary chemistry: implications for the ecology and evolution of plant–herbivore interactions
CM Orians
American Journal of Botany 87 (12), 1749-1756, 2000
2212000
Morphological and molecular evidence for hybridization and introgression in a willow (Salix) hybrid zone
TM Hardig, SJ Brunsfeld, RS Fritz, M Morgan, CM Orians
Molecular ecology 9 (1), 9-24, 2000
2112000
Effects of extreme climate events on tea (Camellia sinensis) functional quality validate indigenous farmer knowledge and sensory preferences in tropical China
S Ahmed, JR Stepp, C Orians, T Griffin, C Matyas, A Robbat, S Cash, ...
PloS one 9 (10), e109126, 2014
1822014
Herbivores, vascular pathways, and systemic induction: facts and artifacts
C Orians
Journal of chemical ecology 31, 2231-2242, 2005
1682005
Methyl jasmonate elicits rapid changes in carbon and nitrogen dynamics in tomato
S Gómez, RA Ferrieri, M Schueller, CM Orians
New Phytologist 188 (3), 835-844, 2010
1582010
Environmental factors variably impact tea secondary metabolites in the context of climate change
S Ahmed, TS Griffin, D Kraner, MK Schaffner, D Sharma, M Hazel, ...
Frontiers in plant science 10, 939, 2019
1522019
Plants as resource mosaics: a functional model for predicting patterns of within‐plant resource heterogeneity to consumers based on vascular architecture and local …
CM Orians, CG Jones
Oikos 94 (3), 493-504, 2001
1522001
Native plant enthusiasm reaches new heights: Perceptions, evidence, and the future of green roofs
C Butler, E Butler, CM Orians
Urban forestry & urban greening 11 (1), 1-10, 2012
1512012
Testing the growth–differentiation balance hypothesis: dynamic responses of willows to nutrient availability
C Glynn, DA Herms, CM Orians, RC Hansen, S Larsson
New Phytologist 176 (3), 623-634, 2007
1502007
Herbivore-induced resource sequestration in plants: why bother?
CM Orians, A Thorn, S Gómez
Oecologia 167, 1-9, 2011
1462011
Seedling herbivory by slugs in a willow hybrid system: developmental changes in damage, chemical defense, and plant performance
RS Fritz, CG Hochwender, DA Lewkiewicz, S Bothwell, CM Orians
Oecologia 129, 87-97, 2001
1402001
Evolution of plant defenses in nonindigenous environments
CM Orians, D Ward
Annual review of entomology 55, 439-459, 2010
1392010
Vascular architecture generates fine scale variation in systemic induction of proteinase inhibitors in tomato
CM Orians, J Pomerleau, R Ricco
Journal of Chemical Ecology 26, 471-485, 2000
1392000
Patterns and consequences of differential vascular sectoriality in 18 temperate tree and shrub species
AE Zanne, K Sweeney, M Sharma, CM Orians
Functional Ecology, 200-206, 2006
1332006
Leaf toughness affects leaf harvesting by the leaf cutter ant, Atta cephalotes (L.)(Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
CM Nichols-Orians, JC Schultz
Biotropica, 80-83, 1989
1181989
Willow hybridization differentially affects preference and performance of herbivorous beetles
CM Orians, CH Huang, A Wild, KA Dorfman, P Zee, MTT Dao, RS Fritz
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 83 (3), 285-294, 1997
1091997
Interactions among leaf toughness, chemistry, and harvesting by attine ants
CM NICHOLS‐ORIANS, JC Schultz
Ecological Entomology 15 (3), 311-320, 1990
1091990
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