R. Drew Sieg
R. Drew Sieg
Assistant Professor of Biology, Truman State University
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Characterization of allelopathic compounds from the red tide dinoflagellate Karenia brevis
EK Prince, KL Poulson, TL Myers, RD Sieg, J Kubanek
Harmful Algae 10 (1), 39-48, 2010
772010
Allelopathic compounds of a red tide dinoflagellate have species-specific and context-dependent impacts on phytoplankton
KL Poulson, RD Sieg, EK Prince, J Kubanek
Marine Ecology Progress Series 416, 69-78, 2010
512010
Chemical ecology of the marine plankton
RD Sieg, KL Poulson-Ellestad, J Kubanek
Natural product reports 28 (2), 388-399, 2011
452011
Chemical ecology of the marine plankton
KL Poulson, RD Sieg, J Kubanek
Natural product reports 26 (6), 729-745, 2009
442009
Poor resource quality lowers transmission potential by changing foraging behaviour
RM Penczykowski, BCP Lemanski, RD Sieg, SR Hall, J Housley Ochs, ...
Functional Ecology 28 (5), 1245-1255, 2014
372014
Chemical ecology of marine angiosperms: opportunities at the interface of marine and terrestrial systems
RD Sieg, J Kubanek
Journal of chemical ecology 39 (6), 687-711, 2013
372013
Chemical ecology of the marine plankton
JS Roy, KL Poulson-Ellestad, RD Sieg, RX Poulin, J Kubanek
Natural product reports 30 (11), 1364-1379, 2013
162013
Chemical defenses against herbivores and fungi limit establishment of fungal farms on salt marsh angiosperms
RD Sieg, K Wolfe, D Willey, V Ortiz-Santiago, J Kubanek
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 446, 122-130, 2013
72013
Grazing scar characteristics impact degree of fungal facilitation in Spartina alterniflora leaves in a South American salt marsh
RF Freitas, EC Schrack, RD Sieg, BR Silliman, CSB Costa
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 58, 103-108, 2014
62014
Multiple chemical defenses produced by Spartina alterniflora deter farming snails and their fungal crop
RD Sieg, D Willey, K Wolfe, J Kubanek
Marine Ecology Progress Series 488, 35-49, 2013
52013
Plantago spp. as Models for Studying the Ecology and Evolution of Species Interactions across Environmental Gradients
RM Penczykowski, RD Sieg
The American Naturalist 198 (1), 000-000, 2021
22021
Chemically-mediated interactions in salt marshes: mechanisms that plant communities use to deter closely associated herbivores and pathogens
RD Sieg
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013
2013
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