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Dropkin, J.A. and G.J. Gamboa. 1981. Physical comparisons of foundresses of the paper wasp, Polistes metricus (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Canadian Entomologist 113(6):457-461.
Rose, R.K. and M.S. Gaines. 1981. Relationship of genotype, reproduction, and wounding in Kansas prairie voles. In M.H. Smith and J. Joule (eds.), Mammalian Population Genetics. University of Georgia Press, Athens, GA, pp. 160-179.
deWit, C.A. 1981. Resistance of the prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) to venom of the Osage copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix phaeogaster). M.A. Thesis, Department of Physiology and Cell Biology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 49 p. Advisor: H. B. Lillywhite.
Rogers, J.D. 1981. Sarcoxylon and Entonaema (Xylariaceae). Mycologia 73(1):28-61.
Fitch, H.S. 1981. Sexual size differences in reptiles. University of Kansas Museum of Natural History Miscellaneous Publication 70:1-72.download pdf
Clausen, K.E. 1981. Survival and early growth of diploid white ash planted in the Central Hardwood Region. In H.E. Garrett and G.S. Cox (eds.), Proceedings of the Central Hardwood Forest Conference III. 16-17 September 1980. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, pp. 374-383.
Fitch, H.S. 1981. Thamnoplis sirtalis (Linnaeus) common garter snake. In L.D. Wilson (ed.), Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, pp. 270.1-270.4.
Prochaska, M.L. and N.A. Slade. 1981. The effect of Sigmodon hispidus on summer diel activity patterns of Microtus ochrogaster in Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 84(3):134-138.
Abdellatif, E.M. 1981. The effect of water-shortage on the reproduction and population growth of the prairie vole, Microtus ochrogaster, during summer. M.A. Thesis, Department of Systematics and Ecology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 29 p. Advisor: K.B. Armitage.
Young, C.W. 1981. The immature instars of Tipula (Platytipula) ultima Alexander (Tipulidae, Diptera). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 54(2):409-415.
Howick, G.L. 1981. The tactical feeding ecology of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides). Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 63 p.
Liechti, P. 1980. Baetis mayfly records for Kansas. Technical Publications of the State Biological Survey of Kansas 9:15-19.
Martinko, E. A., R.V. Shaklee. 1980. Land use, land cover, land use change, flood plain scour, gully and stream channel inventory of Pony Creek and Roy's Creek watersheds in Kansas and Nebraska. USDA Soil Conservation Service 17 pp.
Martinko, E. A., T.H.L. Williams. 1980. Remote sensing short courses in Kansas. National Aeronautics and Space Administration 13 pp.
Martinko, E. A., J.W. Merchant, E. Gurria, J. Poracsky, G. Tappan, E.R. Kipp. 1980. Land use-land cover inventory of the proposed Pine Ford Lake project, Missouri. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 12 pp.
deNoyelles, J., D. Reinke, R. Knoechel, D. Treanor, C. Altenhofen. 1980. Continuous culturing of natural phytoplankton communities in the Experimental Lakes Area--effects of enclosure, in situ incubation, light, phosphorus and cadmium. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 37:424-433.
deNoyelles, J., D. Reinke, D. Treanor, C. Altenhofen. 1980. In situ continuous culturing of lake phytoplankton communities. Microcosms in Ecological Research. Savannah, GA:SREL. 489-512.
deNoyelles, J., W. Kettle. 1980. Experimental pond studies demonstrating the development of responses to a herbicide (atrazine) resulting from altered interactions among plankton species. Environmental Protection Agency 50 pp.
deNoyelles, J., W. Kettle. 1980. Herbicides in Kanas waters--evaluations of the effects of agricultural runoff and aquatic weed control on aquatic food chains. Department of the Interior No. 219:40 pp.
Huggins, D. 1980. The Spongillaflies (Neuroptera: Sisyridae) of Kansas. Technical Publications of the State Biological Survey of Kansas 9:67-70.

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