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Lehmeier, C.A., K. Min, N.D. Niehues, F. Ballantyne IV, S.A. Billings. 2013. Temperature-mediated changes of exoenzyme-substrate reaction rates and their consequences for the carbon to nitrogen flow ratio of liberated resources. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57:374-382.
Lendemer, J., R.C. Harris, and E.A. Tripp. 2013. The lichens and allied fungi of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 104: i–viii + 1–152.
Greene, H.W. 2013. Tracks and Shadows: Field Biology as Art. University of California Press, 2120 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, California 94704-1012 USA, xiii + 280 pages.
Zhang, H., J. Bazzill, R. Gallagher, C. Subramanian, P. T. Grogan, V. W. Day, K. Kindscher, M. S. Cohen, and B. N. Timmermann. 2012. Antiproliferative withanolides from Datura wrightii. Journal of Natural Products 1021/np300766p.
Miesner, S., H. Frosch, K. Kindscher, S. Tichy, and K. Manfredi. 2012. Benzyl benxoate glycosides from Oligoneron rigidum. Journal of Natural Products 75:1903-1908.
Ferreira, M. P., Gendron, F., and K. Kindscher. 2012. Bioactive prairie plants & aging adults: Role in health and disease. In: Bioactive foods as dietary interventions for the aging population. Elsevier Science Publishers, Oxford, England.
Shin C. W., H. Jin, and C. S. Chaboo. 2012. Biology and morphology of Neochlamisus gibbosus (Fabricius, 1776) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cryptocephalinae: Chlamisini). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 85(2): 116-134.
Henterly, A. C., K. E. Mabry, N. G. Solomon, A. S. Chesh, and B. Keane. 2011. Comparison of morphological versus molecular characters for discriminating between sympatric meadow and prairie voles. American Midland Naturalist 165:412-420.
Araya, J., K. Kindscher, and B. N. Timmermann. 2012. Cytotoxic cardiac glycosides and other compounds from Asclepias syriaca. Journal of Natural Products 75:400-407.
Snow, A. A. and V. H. Smith. 2012. Genetically engineered algae for biofuels: A key role for ecologists. BioScience 62:765-768.

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