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Pisani, G. 2014. Late season chorusing by Blanchard’s Cricket Frogs. Collinsorum (Kansas Herpetological Society) 3(1):9. April. (with Patricia A. Pisani)
Keane, B., S. Parsons, B.J. Smucker and N.G. Solomon. 2014. Length polymorphism at the avpr1a locus is correlated with male reproductive behavior in a natural population of prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68:1951-1964.
Fortier, M-O.P., G.W. Roberts, S.M. Stagg-Williams, and B.S.M. Sturm. 2014. Life cycle assessment of bio-jet fuel from hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae. Applied Energy 122:73–82.
Martin, L.M., and B.J. Wilsey. 2014. Native-species seed additions do not shift restored prairie plant communities from exotic to native states. Basic and Applied Ecology 15: 297-304.
Bode, C., M. Criss, A. Ising, S. McCue, S. Ralph, S. Sharp, V. Smith, and B. Sturm. 2014. Pond power: How to use algae to energize inquiry and interdisciplinary connections. The Science Teacher 81(2).
Smith, V.H. 2014. Progress in algae as a feedstock for bioproducts. Industrial Biotechnology 10(3):159-161.
Houseman, G.R., B.L. Foster, and C.E. Brassil. 2014. Propagule pressure-invasibility relationships: testing the influence of soil fertility and disturbance with Lespedeza cuneata. Oecologia 174:511-520.
Castle, L., S. Leopold, R. Craft., and K. Kindscher. 2014. Ranking tool created for medicinal plants at risk of being overharvested in the wild. Ethnobiology Letters 5: 77-88.
Alexander, H.M., D.J. Emry, B.A. Pace, M.A. Kost, K.A. Sparks, and K.L. Mercer. 2014. Roles of maternal effects and nuclear genetic composition change across the life cycle of crop-wild hybrids. American Journal of Botany, 101(7), 1176-1188. doi:10.3732/ajb.1400088 ISSN: 0002-9122
Long, Q., B.L. Foster, and K. Kindscher. 2014. Seed and microsite limitations mediate stochastic recruitment in a low-diversity prairie restoration. Plant Ecology 15:1287-1298.

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