Patrick Grof-Tisza
Patrick Grof-Tisza
Ecology graduate student
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Perspectives on the open standards for the practice of conservation
MW Schwartz, K Deiner, T Forrester, P Grof-Tisza, MJ Muir, MJ Santos, ...
Biological conservation 155, 169-177, 2012
Synovial fluid proteins differentiate between the subtypes of juvenile idiopathic arthritis
ME Rosenkranz, DC Wilson, AD Marinov, A Decewicz, P Grof‐Tisza, ...
Arthritis & Rheumatism 62 (6), 1813-1823, 2010
Predation and associational refuge drive ontogenetic niche shifts in an arctiid caterpillar
P Grof-Tisza, M Holyoak, E Antell, R Karban
Ecology 96 (1), 80-89, 2015
Non‐trophic effects of litter reduce ant predation and determine caterpillar survival and distribution
R Karban, TM Mata, P Grof‐Tisza, G Crutsinger, MA Holyoak
Oikos 122 (9), 1362-1370, 2013
Facilitation of tiger moths by outbreaking tussock moths that share the same host plants
R Karban, P Grof‐Tisza, M Holyoak
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (5), 1095-1102, 2012
Wet years have more caterpillars: interacting roles of plant litter and predation by ants
R Karban, P Grof‐Tisza, M Holyoak
Ecology 98 (9), 2370-2378, 2017
As temperature increases, predator attack rate is more important to survival than a smaller window of prey vulnerability
A Pepi, P Grof‐Tisza, M Holyoak, R Karban
Ecology 99 (7), 1584-1590, 2018
The importance of host plant limitation for caterpillars of an arctiid moth (Platyprepia virginalis) varies spatially
R Karban, P Grof-Tisza, JL Maron, M Holyoak
Ecology 93 (10), 2216-2226, 2012
Caterpillars escape predation in habitat and thermal refuges
R Karban, P Grof-Tisza, M Mcmunn, H Kharouba, M Huntzinger
Ecological Entomology 40 (6), 725-731, 2015
Entrapped sand as a plant defence: effects on herbivore performance and preference
EF Lopresti, P GROF‐TISZA, M Robinson, J Godfrey, R Karban
Ecological Entomology 43 (2), 154-161, 2018
Testing predictions of movement behaviour in a hilltopping moth
P Grof-Tisza, Z Steel, EM Cole, M Holyoak, R Karban
Animal Behaviour 133, 161-168, 2017
Plant structural complexity and mechanical defenses mediate predator–prey interactions in an odonate–bird system
P Grof‐Tisza, E LoPresti, SK Heath, R Karban
Ecology and evolution 7 (5), 1650-1659, 2017
Chemotypic variation in volatiles and herbivory for sagebrush
R Karban, P Grof-Tisza, JD Blande
Journal of chemical ecology 42, 829-840, 2016
Assessing plant-to-plant communication and induced resistance in sagebrush using the sagebrush specialist Trirhabda pilosa
P Grof-Tisza, R Karban, VS Pan, JD Blande
Arthropod-plant interactions 14, 327-332, 2020
Induction of the sticky plant defense syndrome in wild tobacco
R Karban, E LoPresti, A Pepi, P Grof‐Tisza
Ecology 100 (8), e02746, 2019
Assessing species and area vulnerability to climate change for the Oregon Conservation Strategy: Willamette Valley Ecoregion
ZL Steel, M Wilkerson, P Grof-Tisza, K Sulzner
Conservation Management Program, University of California, Davis, Davis …, 2011
Volatile-Mediated Induced and Passively Acquired Resistance in Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata)
P Grof-Tisza, N Kruizenga, AI Tervahauta, JD Blande
Journal of Chemical Ecology 48 (9-10), 730-745, 2022
Risk of herbivory negatively correlates with the diversity of volatile emissions involved in plant communication
P Grof-Tisza, R Karban, MU Rasheed, A Saunier, JD Blande
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1961), 20211790, 2021
Precipitation-dependent source–sink dynamics in a spatially-structured population of an outbreaking caterpillar
P Grof-Tisza, A Pepi, M Holyoak, R Karban
Landscape Ecology 34, 1131-1143, 2019
The spatial distribution and oviposition preference of the Ranchman's Tiger Moth, Platyprepia virginalis (Lepidoptera: Erebidae)
P Grof-Tisza, Z Steel, R Karban
The Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 71 (1), 16-19, 2017
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