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Research Publications from Mountain Lake Biological Station

Includes a broad collection of publications and meeting presentations from research conducted at MLBS or relevant research in the immediate vicinity of the biological station.


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1538Journal Article Reference 1 of 1166
Title
DEDICATION OF THE MOUNTAIN LAKE BIOLOGICAL STATION
Source
Science, 1934, 80, 2066, 112-113
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  MLBS Publications
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1399Journal Article Reference 2 of 1166
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Title
Sexually transmitted parasites and sexual selection in the milkweed leaf beetle, Labidomera clivicollis
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Oikos, 2001, 92, 1, 91-100
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  MLBS Publications
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1248Journal Article Reference 3 of 1166
Title
Forests of the Central and Southern Appalachians and Eastern Virginia Having Beech as a Major Component
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Castanea, 2003, 222-231, JSTOR
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  MLBS Publications
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655Journal Article Reference 4 of 1166
Title
High-elevation coniferous forests in Virginia.
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Virginia Journal of Science, 1991, 42, 391-399
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  MLBS Publications
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646Journal Article Reference 5 of 1166
Title
A description of the vegetation on the south slopes of Peters Mountain, southwestern Virginia.
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  MLBS Publications
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262Journal Article Reference 6 of 1166
Title
Old-Growth Red Spruce Communities in the Mid-Appalachians
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Vegetatio Vegetatio, 1989, 85, 1-2, 45-56
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  MLBS Publications
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3Journal Article Reference 7 of 1166
Title
Growth-trend declines of spruce and fir in mid-appalachian subalphine forests.
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Envir. and Exp. Bot, 1985, 25, 4, 315-325
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  MLBS Publications
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1122Journal Article Reference 8 of 1166
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Title
Egg-laying in the spotted turtle, Clemmys guttata (Schneider)
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1961
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  MLBS Publications
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1114Journal Article Reference 9 of 1166
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Title
On a brood of Sistrurus from northern Indiana
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Herpetologica, 1960, 16, 1, 38-38, JSTOR
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  MLBS Publications
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1115Journal Article Reference 10 of 1166
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Title
Notes on Lateral Expansion of the Periphery in Juveniles of Sternothaerus odoratus
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Copeia, 1960, 1960, 2, 156-156, JSTOR
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  MLBS Publications
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1141Book, Whole Reference 11 of 1166
Book Title
Plethodon Longicrus, a New Salamander:(Amphibia: Plethodontidae) from North Carolina
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1962, Ohio Herpetological Society
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  MLBS Publications
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372Journal Article Reference 12 of 1166
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Title
Individuality in the use of orientation cues by green frogs
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Animal Behavior, 1980, 28, 413-425
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  MLBS Publications
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423Journal Article Reference 13 of 1166
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Title
How do trained frogs find a goal box? (Abstract)
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  MLBS Publications
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424Journal Article Reference 14 of 1166
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Title
The role of extraoptic photoreceptors in amophibian rhythms and orientation: a review
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Journal of Herpetology, 1970, 4, 99-112
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  MLBS Publications
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431Journal Article Reference 15 of 1166
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Title
Extraoptic phase shifting of circadian locomotor rhythm in salamanders
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Science, 1969, 164, 1290-1292
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  MLBS Publications
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438Journal Article Reference 16 of 1166
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Title
Extra-optic light entrainment of circadian rhythm in salamanders, (Plethodon glutinosis)
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  MLBS Publications
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439Journal Article Reference 17 of 1166
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Title
Pseudemys scripta in West Virginia: Archeological and modern records
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Journal of Herpetology, 1968, 2, 117-120
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  MLBS Publications
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459Journal Article Reference 18 of 1166
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Title
Three new frogs of the genus Hyla from the Sierra Madre del Sur of Mexico
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  MLBS Publications
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1211Journal Article Reference 19 of 1166
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Title
Use of dendrochronological methods to estimate an ecological impact date of the chestnut blight
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Va.J.Sci., 1995, 46, 1, 41-47, Virginia Academy of Science, Department of Physics and Geophysical Science, School of Sciences and Health Professions, Old Dominion University.
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  MLBS Publications
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660Journal Article Reference 20 of 1166
Title
Recent successional changes in a former chestnut-dominated forest in southwestern Virginia.
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Castanea, 1995, 60, 107-113
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  MLBS Publications
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1430Journal Article Reference 21 of 1166
Title
Wolf spider (Araneae, Lycosidae) movement along a pond edge
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J.Arachnol., 2006, 34, 3, 532-539, BioOne
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  MLBS Publications
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1631Journal Article Reference 22 of 1166
Title
Population dynamics in central and edge populations of a narrowly endemic plant
Source
Ecology, 2014, 95, 7, 1850-1860, Wiley Online Library
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  MLBS Publications
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618Journal Article Reference 23 of 1166
Title
Use of ITS primers and fungicide treatments to study the anther-smut disease (Ustilago violacea = Microbotryum violaceum) of white campion (Silene alba = S. latifolia).
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  MLBS Publications
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463Journal Article Reference 24 of 1166
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Title
Nesting study of cedar waxwings at Mountain Lake, Virginia
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The Raven, 1965, 36, 3, 53-55
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  MLBS Publications
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1152Conference Proceedings Reference 25 of 1166
Title
Dynamics of plant-pathogen interactions in natural plant communities.
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1990, 31-45, Blackwell Scientific Publications
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  MLBS Publications
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