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PDF 22. Barton, K. E. and Boege. 2017. Future directions in the ontogeny of plant defence: understanding the evolutionary causes and consequences. Ecology Letters. 20: 403-411.
PDF 21. Barton, K. E.. 2016. Low tolerance to simulated herbivory in Hawaiian seedlings despite induced changes in photosynthesis and biomass allocation. Annals of Botany 117: 1053-1062.
PDF 20. Barton, K. E.. 2016. Tougher and thornier: general patterns in the induction of physical defence traits. Functional Ecology 30: 181-187.
19. Barton, K. E., E. Valkama, H. Vehviläinen, K. Ruohomaki, T. Knight, and J. Koricheva. 2015. Additive and non-additive effects of birch genotypic diversity on arthropod herbivory in a long-term field experiment. Oikos 124: 697-706.

Press: How plant genetic diversity affects herbivory (Oikos Blog)
PDF 18. Hoan, R. P., R. A. Ormond, and K. E. Barton. 2014. Prickly poppies can get pricklier: ontogenetic patterns in the induction of physical defense traits. PLoS ONE 9(5): e96796.
PDF 17. Barton, K. E.. 2014. Prickles, latex and tolerance in the endemic Hawaiian prickly poppy (Argemone glauca): variation between populations, across ontogeny and in response to abiotic factors. Oecologia 174: 1273-1281.
PDF 16. Barton, K. E. and W. P. Haines. 2013. Koa looper caterpillars (Scotorythra paludicola, Geometridae) have lower fitness on koa (Acacia koa, Fabaceae) true leaves than on phyllodes. Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 45: 141-147.
PDF 15. Haines, W. P., K. E. Barton, and P. Conant. 2013. Defoliation of the invasive tree Falcataria moluccana on Hawaii Island by the native koa looper moth (Geometridae: Scotorythra paludicola), and evaluation of five fabaceous trees as larval hostplants. Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 45: 129-139.
PDF 14. Quintero, C., K. E. Barton, and K. Boege. 2013. The ontogeny of plant indirect defenses. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 15: 245-254.
PDF 13. Barton, K. E.. 2013. Ontogenetic patterns in the mechanisms of tolerance to herbivory in Plantago. Annals of Botany 112: 711-720.
PDF 12. Barton, K. E. and M. E. Hanley. 2013. Seedling-herbivore interactions: insights into plant defence and regeneration patterns. Annals of Botany 112: 643-650.
PDF 11. Barton, K. E. and M. E. Hanley, editors. 2013. Special Issue: Seedling Herbivory. Annals of Botany 112: 643-765.
10. Koricheva, J. and K. E. Barton. 2012. Temporal changes in plant secondary metabolite production: patterns, causes and consequences. In The Ecology of Plant Secondary Metabolites: From Genes to Global Processes. Eds. G. R. Iason, M. Dicke and S. E. Hartley. Cambridge University Press.
PDF 9. Boege, K., K. E. Barton, and R. Dirzo. 2011. Influence of tree ontogeny on plant-herbivore interactions. In Size and Age-Related Changes in Tree Structure and Function, Tree Physiology 4. Eds. F. C. Meinzer, B. Lachenbruch and T. E. Dawson. Springer, New York.
PDF 8. Barton, K. E. and J. Koricheva. 2010. The ontogeny of plant defense and herbivory: characterizing general patterns using meta-analysis. American Naturalist 175(4): 481-493.
PDF 7. Sultan, S. E., K. Barton, and A. M. Wilczek. 2009. Contrasting patterns of transgenerational plasticity in ecologically distinct congeners. Ecology 90: 1831-1839.
PDF 6. Barton, K. E. 2008. Phenotypic plasticity in seedling defense strategies: compensatory growth and chemical induction. Oikos 117: 917-925.
PDF 5. Barton, K. E. 2007. Early ontogenetic patterns in chemical defense in Plantago (Plantaginaceae): Genetic variation and trade-offs. American Journal of Botany 94: 56-66.
PDF 4. Barton, K. E. and M. D. Bowers. 2006. Neighbor species differentially alter resistance phenotypes in Plantago. Oecologia 150: 442-452.
PDF 3. Barton, K. E., N. J. Sanders, and D. M. Gordon. 2002. The effects of proximity and colony age on interspecific interference competition between the desert ants Pogonomyrmex barbatus and Aphaenogaster cockerelli. American Midland Naturalist 148: 376-382.
PDF 2. Ackerly, D. D., C. A. Knight, S. B. Weiss, K. Barton and K. P. Starmer. 2002. Leaf size, specific leaf area and microhabitat distribution of chaparral woody plants: contrasting patterns in species level and community level analyses. Oecologia 130: 449-457.
PDF 1. Sanders, N. J., K. E. Barton, and D. M. Gordon. 2001. Long-term dynamics of the distribution of the invasive Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, and native ant taxa in northern California. Oecologia 127: 123-130.

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