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Agrawal, A.A.; Kosola, K.R.; Parry, D. 2002. Gypsy moth defoliation and N fertilization affect hybrid poplar regeneration following coppicing. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 32: 1491-1495.

Augustin, S.; Wagner, M.R.; Chenault, J.; Clancy, K.M. 1997. Influence of pulp and paper mill wastewater on Chrysomela scripta (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) performance and Populus plant traits. Environmental Entomology. 26: 1327-1335.

Bauer, L.S. 1990. Response of the cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis var. San Diego. Environmental Entomology. 19: 428-431.

Bauer, L.S. 1997. Poplar and Bt: fiber farming with insecticidal trees. Journal of Forestry. 95: 20-23.

Bingaman, B.R.; Hart, E.R. 1992. Feeding and oviposition preferences of adult cottonwood leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) among Populus clones and leaf age classes. Environmental Entomology. 21: 508-517.

Bingaman, B.R.; Hart, E.R. 1993. Clonal and leaf age variation in Populus phenolic glycosides: Implications for host selection by Chrysomela scripta (Coleoptera: Chyrsomelidae). Environmental Entomology. 22: 397-403.

Broberg, C.L.; Borden, J.H. 2005. Hybrid poplar clones with Populus maximowiczii parentage demonstrate postoviposition antibiosis to Cryptorhynchus lapathi (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. 98: 2254-2259.

Broberg, C.L.; Borden, J.H.; Gries, R. 2005. Olfactory and feeding preferences of Cryptorhynchus lapathi L. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) among hybrid clones and natural poplars. Environmental Entomology. 34: 1606-1613.

Broberg, C.L.; Inkster, J.A.H.; Borden, J.H. 2010. Phenological and chemical differences among hybrid poplar clones (Salicaceae) varying in resistance to Cryptorhynchus lapathi (L.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 38: 29-48.

Broderick, N.A.; Vasquez, E.; Handelsman, J.; Raffa, K.F. 2010. Effect of clonal variation among hybrid poplars on susceptibility of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki. Journal of Economic Entomology. 103: 718-725.

Brown, J.J.; Kittleson, N.T.; Hannon, E.R.; Walsh, D.B. 2006. An endemic population of western poplar clearwing moths (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) invades a monoculture of hybrid poplar. Journal of Economic Entomology. 99: 771-779.

Constabel, C.P.; Yip, L.; Patton, J.J.; Christopher, M.E. 2000. Polyphenol oxidase from hybrid poplar: cloning and expression in response to wounding and herbivory. Plant Physiology. 124: 285-295.

Cowles, R.S.; Millar, J.G.; Perry, E.J.; McElfresh, J.S.; Garrison, N. 1996. Identification of the sex pheromone of the western poplar clearwing moth (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae). Environmental Entomology. 25: 109-113.

Coyle, D.R. 2002. Effects of clone, silvicultural, and miticide treatments on cottonwood leafcurl mite (Acari: Eriophyidae) damage in plantation Populus. Environmental Entomology. 31: 1000-1008.

Coyle, D.R.; Amrine, J.W. Jr. 2004. New collection records and host range of the cottonwood leafcurl mite, Tetra lobulifera (Keifer) (Acari:Eriophyidae), in the USA. International Journal of Acarology. 30: 3-8.

Coyle, D.R.; Booth, D.C.; Wallace, M.S. 2005. Ambrosia beetle (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) species, flight, and attack on living eastern cottonwood trees. Journal of Economic Entomology. 98: 2049-2057.

Coyle, D.R.; Coleman M.D.; Durant, J.A.; Newman L.A. 2006. Multiple factors affect pest and pathogen damage on 31 Populus clones in South Carolina. Biomass and Bioenergy 30: 759768.

Coyle, D.R.; Hart, E.R.; McMillin, J.D.; Rule, L.C.; Hall, R.B. 2008. Effects of repeated cottonwood leaf beetle defoliation on Populus growth and economic value over an 8-year harvest rotation. Forest Ecology and Management. 225: 3365-3373.

Coyle, D.R.; McMillin, J.D.; Hall, R.B.; Hart, E.R. 2001. Cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) larval performance on eight Populus clones. Environmental Entomology. 30: 748-756.

Coyle, D.R.; McMillin, J.D.; Hall, R.B.; Hart, E.R. 2002. Cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) defoliation impact on Populus growth and above-ground volume in a short rotation woody crop plantation. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 4: 293-300.

Coyle, D.R.; McMillin, J.D.; Hall, R.B.; Hart, E.R. 2003. Effects of cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) larval defoliation, clone, and season on Populus foliar phagostimulants. Environmental Entomology. 32: 452-462.

Coyle, D.R.; McMillin, J.D.; Krause, S.C.; Hart, E.R. 2000. Laboratory and field evaluations of two Bacillus thuringiensis formulations, Novodor and Raven, for control of cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. 93: 713-720.

Coyle, D.R.; Nebeker, T.E.; Hart, E.R.; Mattson, W.J. 2005. Biology and management of insect pests in North American intensively managed hardwood forest systems. Annual Reviews in Entomology. 50: 1-29.

Coyle, D.R.; Zalesny, J.A.; Zalesny, R.S. Jr.; Wiese, A.H. 2011. Irrigating poplar energy crops with landfill leachate negatively affects soil micro- and meso-fauna. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 13: 845-858.

Fang, Y.; Hart, E.R. 2000. Effects of cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) larval population levels on Populus terminal damage. Environmental Entomology. 29: 43-48.

Fang, Y.; Pedigo, L.P.; Colletti, J.P.; Hart, E.R. 2002. Economic injury level for second-generation cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in two-year-old Populus. Journal of Economic Entomology. 95: 313-316.

Federici, B.A.; Bauer, L.S. 1998. Cyt1Aa protein of Bacillus thuringiensis is toxic to the cottonwood leaf beetle, Chrysomela scripta, and suppresses high levels of resistance to Cry3Aa. Applied and Environmental Micorbiology. 64: 4368-4371.

Floate, K.D.; Kearsley, M.J.C.; Whitham, T.G. 1993. Elevated herbivory in plant hybrid zones: Chrysomela confluens, Populus, and phenological sinks. Ecology. 74: 2056-2065.

Floate, K.D.; Martinsen, G.D.; Whitham, T.G. 1997. Cottonwood hybrid zones as centers of abundance for gall aphids in western North America: importance of relative habitat size. Journal of Animal Ecology. 66: 179-188.

Floate, K.D.; Whitham, T.G. 1994. Aphid-ant interaction reduces chrysomelid herbivory in a cottonwood hybrid zone. Oecologia. 97: 215-221.

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