Diane Wagner
Diane Wagner
Associate Professor of Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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Patterns of ant species richness along elevational gradients in an arid ecosystem
NJ Sanders, J Moss, D Wagner
Global ecology and biogeography 12 (2), 93-102, 2003
Harvester ants utilize cuticular hydrocarbons in nestmate recognition
D Wagner, M Tissot, W Cuevas, DM Gordon
Journal of Chemical Ecology 26, 2245-2257, 2000
Harvester ant nests, soil biota and soil chemistry
D Wagner, MJF Brown, DM Gordon
Oecologia 112, 232-236, 1997
Task-related environment alters the cuticular hydrocarbon composition of harvester ants
D Wagner, M Tissot, D Gordon
Journal of chemical ecology 27, 1805-1819, 2001
Task-Related Differences in the Cuticular Hydrocarbon Composition of Harvester Ants, Pogonomyrmex barbatus
D Wagner, MJF Brown, P Broun, W Cuevas, LE Moses, DL Chao, ...
Journal of Chemical Ecology 24, 2021-2037, 1998
Plant polyploidy and insect/plant interactions
JN Thompson, BM Cunningham, KA Segraves, DM Althoff, D Wagner
The American Naturalist 150 (6), 730-743, 1997
Development of harvester ant colonies alters soil chemistry
D Wagner, JB Jones, DM Gordon
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (5), 797-804, 2004
Do extrafloral nectaries distract ants from visiting flowers? An experimental test of an overlooked hypothesis
D Wagner, A Kay
Evolutionary Ecology Research 4 (2), 293-305, 2002
Effects of mating history on ejaculate size, fecundity, longevity, and copulation duration in the ant-tended lycaenid butterfly, Jalmenus evagoras
L Hughes, B Siew-Woon Chang, D Wagner, NE Pierce
Behavioral ecology and Sociobiology 47, 119-128, 2000
The influence of ant nests on Acacia seed production, herbivory and soil nutrients
D Wagner
Journal of Ecology, 83-93, 1997
Ant nest location, soil nutrients and nutrient uptake by ant‐associated plants: does extrafloral nectar attract ant nests and thereby enhance plant nutrition?
D Wagner, E Fleur Nicklen
Journal of Ecology 98 (3), 614-624, 2010
The impact of harvester ants on decomposition, N mineralization, litter quality, and the availability of N to plants in the Mojave Desert
D Wagner, JB Jones
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (9), 2593-2601, 2006
Colony age, neighborhood density and reproductive potential in harvester ants
D Wagner, DM Gordon
Oecologia 119, 175-182, 1999
Impact of epidermal leaf mining by the aspen leaf miner (Phyllocnistis populiella) on the growth, physiology, and leaf longevity of quaking aspen
D Wagner, L DeFoliart, P Doak, J Schneiderheinze
Oecologia 157, 259-267, 2008
The influence of ants and water availability on oviposition behaviour and survivorship of a facultatively ant‐tended herbivore
D Wagner, L Kurina
Ecological Entomology 22 (3), 352-360, 1997
Species-specific effects of tending ants on the development of lycaenid butterfly larvae
D Wagner
Oecologia 96, 276-281, 1993
Pollen viability reduction as a potential cost of ant association for Acacia constricta (Fabaceae)
D Wagner
American Journal of Botany 87 (5), 711-715, 2000
Variable extrafloral nectary expression and its consequences in quaking aspen
P Doak, D Wagner, A Watson
Botany 85 (1), 1-9, 2007
Neighborhood density and reproductive potential in harvester ants
DM Gordon, D Wagner
Oecologia 109, 556-560, 1997
Experimental tests of the mechanism for ant-enhanced growth in an ant-tended lycaenid butterfly
D Wagner, CM Del Rio
Oecologia 112, 424-429, 1997
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