Jonathan Newman
Jonathan Newman
Vice President: Research, Wilfrid Laurier University
Verified email at wlu.ca
TitleCited byYear
The contribution of species richness and composition to bacterial services
T Bell, JA Newman, BW Silverman, SL Turner, AK Lilley
Nature 436 (7054), 1157-1160, 2005
7322005
Diet preference of sheep: effects of recent diet, physiological state and species abundance
AJ Parsons, JA Newman, PD Penning, A Harvey, RJ Orr
Journal of Animal Ecology, 465-478, 1994
3531994
A meta‐analytical review of the effects of elevated CO2 on plant–arthropod interactions highlights the importance of interacting environmental and biological variables
EA Robinson, GD Ryan, JA Newman
New Phytologist, 2012
2352012
Blocking factors and hypothesis tests in ecology: is your statistics text wrong?
JA Newman, J Bergelson, A Grafen
Ecology 78 (5), 1312-1320, 1997
2251997
Larger islands house more bacterial taxa
T Bell, D Ager, JI Song, JA Newman, IP Thompson, AK Lilley, ...
Science 308 (5730), 1884-1884, 2005
2182005
Risk-sensitivity: ambient temperature affects foraging choice
T Caraco, WU Blanckenhorn, GM Gregory, JA Newman, GM Recer, ...
Animal Behaviour 39 (2), 338-345, 1990
1961990
High nitrogen supply and carbohydrate content reduce fungal endophyte and alkaloid concentration in Lolium perenne
S Rasmussen, AJ Parsons, S Bassett, MJ Christensen, DE Hume, ...
New Phytologist 173 (4), 787-797, 2007
1802007
Rates of weed spread in spatially heterogeneous environments
J Bergelson, JA Newman, EM Floresroux
Ecology 74 (4), 999-1011, 1993
1691993
Metabolic profiles of Lolium perenne are differentially affected by nitrogen supply, carbohydrate content, and fungal endophyte infection
S Rasmussen, AJ Parsons, K Fraser, H Xue, JA Newman
Plant Physiology 146 (3), 1440-1453, 2008
1672008
A mechanistic model of some physical determinants of intake rate and diet selection in a two-species temperate grassland sward
AJ Parsons, JHM Thornley, J Newman, PD Penning
Functional Ecology, 187-204, 1994
1611994
Fasting affects intake behaviour and diet preference of grazing sheep
JA Newman, PD Penning, AJ Parsons, A Harvey, RJ Orr
Animal Behaviour 47 (1), 185-193, 1994
1571994
Optimal diet selection by a generalist grazing herbivore
JA Newman, AJ Parsons, JHM Thornley, PD Penning, JR Krebs
Functional Ecology, 255-268, 1995
1541995
The effects of group size on grazing time in sheep
PD Penning, AJ Parsons, JA Newman, RJ Orr, A Harvey
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 37 (2), 101-109, 1993
1411993
Not all sheep prefer clover: diet selection revisited
JA Newman, AJ Parsons, A Harvey
Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge 119, 275-283, 1992
1381992
Sexual cannibalism in orb-weaving spiders: an economic model
JA Newman, MA Elgar
American Naturalist, 1372-1395, 1991
1281991
The use of spatial memory by grazing animals to locate food patches in spatially heterogeneous environments: an example with sheep
GR Edwards, JA Newman, AJ Parsons, JR Krebs
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 50 (2), 147-160, 1996
1151996
How predictable are aphid population responses to elevated CO2?
JA Newman, DJ Gibson, AJ Parsons, JHM Thornley
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (4), 556-566, 2003
1102003
Effects of elevated CO2, nitrogen and fungal endophyte‐infection on tall fescue: growth, photosynthesis, chemical composition and digestibility
JA Newman, ML Abner, RG Dado, DJ Gibson, A Brookings, AJ Parsons
Global Change Biology 9 (3), 425-437, 2003
1092003
A note on the behavioural strategies used by grazing animals to alter their intake rates
JA Newman, AJ Parsons, PD Penning
Grass and Forage Science 49 (4), 502-505, 1994
1061994
Climate change and cereal aphids: the relative effects of increasing CO2 and temperature on aphid population dynamics
JA Newman
Global Change Biology 10 (1), 5-15, 2004
1022004
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