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Published & in press

A.E. Glassmire, W.P. Carson, A.M. Smilanich, L.A. Richards, C.S. Jeffrey, C.D. Dodson, C.S. Philbin, G.L. Humberto, and L.A. Dyer. (2023). Complex interactions determine intraspecific phytochemical variation in a tropical shrub. Oecologia, 201:991–1003. [pdf]

A.L. Salgado, A.E. Glassmire, B.E. Sedio, R. Diaz, M.J. Stout, J. Čuda, P. Pyšek, L.A. Meyerson, and J.T. Cronin. (2023) Metabolomic evenness underlies intraspecific differences among lineages of a wetland grass. Journal of Chemical Ecology, [pdf]

K. Hauri, A.E. Glassmire, B. Randall, L. Zehr, and W. Wetzel. (2022). Plant chemical diversity and its frequency have distinct but complementary effects on insect foraging. Journal of Applied Ecology,

C.S. Philbin, L.A. Dyer, C.S. Jeffrey, A.E. Glassmire, and L.A. Richards. (2021). Structural and compositional dimensions of phytochemical diversity. Journal of Ecology110: 57-67.

K. Hauri, A.E. Glassmire, and W. Wetzel. (2021). Chemical diversity rather than cultivar diversity predicts natural enemy control of herbivore pests. Ecological Applications31: e02289. [pdf]

A.E. Glassmire, L. Zehr, and W. Wetzel. (2020). Disentangling dimensions of phytochemical diversity: alpha and beta have contrasting effects on an insect herbivore. Ecology, 101: e03158. [pdf]

L. Maynard, H. Slinn, A.E. Glassmire, B. Matarrita-Carranza, C. Dodson, T. Nguyen, M. Burroughs, L. Dyer, C. Jeffrey, and S. Whitehead. (2020). Secondary metabolites in a neotropical shrub:  spatiotemporal allocation and role in fruit defenses and dispersal. Ecology, 101: e03192. [pdf]

A.E. Glassmire, C. Philbin, L.A. Richards, J.S. Snook, and L.A. Dyer. (2019). Proximity to canopy mediates changes in the defensive chemistry and herbivore loads of an understory tropical shrub, Piper kelleyi. Ecology Letters, 22: 332-341. [pdf]

Dyer, C. Philbin, K. Ochsenrider, L. Richards, T. Massad, A. Smilanich, M. Forister, T. Parchman, L. Galland, P. Hurtado, A. Espeset, A. Glassmire, J. Harrison, C. Mo, S. Yoon, N. Pardikes, N. Muchoney, J. Jahner, H. Slinn, O. Shelef, C. Dodson, M. Kato, L. Yamaguchi, and C. Jeffrey. (2018). Modern approaches to study plant-insect interactions in chemical ecology. Nature Reviews Chemistry, 2:50-64. [pdf]

A.E. Glassmire, J. P. Jahner, K.J. Badik, M.L. Forister, A.M. Smilanich, L.A. Dyer, and J.S. Wilson. (2017) The soil mosaic hypothesis: a synthesis of multi-trophic diversification via soil heterogeneity. Ideas in Ecology & Evolution, 10: 20-26. [pdf]

J.P. Jahner, M.L. Forister, T.L. Parchman, A.M. Smilanich, J.S. Miller, J.S. Wilson, T.R. Walla, E.J. Tepe, L.A. Richards, M.A. Quijano-Abril, A.E. Glassmire, and L.A. Dyer. (2017). Host conservatism, geography, and elevation in the evolution of a Neotropical moth radiation. Evolution, 71: 2885-2900. [pdf]

L.A. Richards, A.E. Glassmire, K.M. Ochsenrider, A.M. Smilanich, C.D. Dodson, C.S. Jeffrey, and L.A. Dyer (2016). Phytochemical diversity and synergistic effects on herbivores. Phytochemistry Reviews, 15: 1153-1166.[pdf]

A.E. Glassmire, C.S. Jeffrey, M.L. Forister, T.L. Parchman, C.C. Nice, J.P. Jahner, J.S. Wilson, T.R. Walla, L.A. Richards, A.M. Smilanich, M.D. Leonard, C.R. Morrison, W. Simbaña, L.A. Salagaje, Craig C. Dodson, J.S. Miller, E.J. Tepe, S. Villamarin-Cortez and L.A. Dyer. (2016). Intraspecific phytochemical variation drives community and population structure for specialist caterpillars. New Phytologist, 212: 208-219 (doi: 10.1111/nph.14038).[pdf]*** Commentary by André Kessler [pdf]***

A. Hansen, A.E. Glassmire, L.A. Dyer, and A.M. Smilanich (2016) Patterns in parasitism frequency explained by diet and immunity. Ecography (doi: 10.1111/ecog.02498). [pdf]

M.L. Forister, Y. Basset, P.D. Coley, I.R. Diniz, P. Drozd, M. Fox, A.E. Glassmire, R.Hazen, J. Hrcek, J.P. Jahner, T.J. Kozubowski, T.A. Kursar, J. Lill, R.J. Marquis, S.E. Miller, H.C. Morais, M. Murakami, V. Novotny, A.K. Panorska, N. Pardikes, R.E. Ricklefs, M.S. Singer, A.M. Smilanich, J.O. Stireman, D.L. Wagner, T.Walla, G.D. Weiblen, and L.A. Dyer. (2015). The global distribution of diet breadth in insect herbivores. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 112: 442-447. [pdf]

C.S. Jeffrey, M. D. Leonard, A.E. Glassmire, C.D. Dodson, L.A. Richards, M.J. Kato, and L.A. Dyer. (2014). Anti-herbivore prenylated benzoic acid derivatives from Piper kelleyiJournal of Natural Products, 77: 148-53.[pdf]

E.J. Tepe, G. Rodriguez-Castañada, A.E. Glassmire, and L.A. Dyer. (2014). Piper kelleyi, a hotspot of ecological interactions and a new species from Ecuador and Peru. PhytoKeys, 34: 19-32. [pdf]

L.A. Dyer, D.L. Wagner, H.F. Greeney, A.M. Smilanich, T.M. Massad, M. Robinson, M. Fox, R. Hazen, A.E. Glassmire, N. Pardikes, K. Fredrickson, C. Pearson, G.L. Gentry, and J.O. Stireman III. (2012). Novel insights into tritrophic interaction diversity and chemical ecology using 16 years of volunteer supported research. American Entomologist, 58: 15-19. [pdf]

In reveiw

A.E. Glassmire, K.C. Hauri, D.B. Turner, L. Zehr, Koichi Sugimoto, Gregg Howe, and W.C. Wetzel (2022). The frequency and chemical phenotypes of neighboring plants determine the effects of intraspecific plant diversity. in review