Mark E Hay
Mark E Hay
Teasley and Regents Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology
Verified email at biology.gatech.edu - Homepage
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Marine plant-herbivore interactions: the ecology of chemical defense
ME Hay, W Fenical
Annual review of ecology and systematics 19 (1), 111-145, 1988
8791988
Marine chemical ecology: what's known and what's next?
ME Hay
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 200 (1-2), 103-134, 1996
7631996
Opposing effects of native and exotic herbivores on plant invasions
JD Parker, DE Burkepile, ME Hay
Science 311 (5766), 1459-1461, 2006
6212006
The tropicalization of temperate marine ecosystems: climate-mediated changes in herbivory and community phase shifts
A Vergés, PD Steinberg, ME Hay, AGB Poore, AH Campbell, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1789), 20140846, 2014
6052014
Patterns of fish and urchin grazing on Caribbean coral reefs: are previous results typical?
ME Hay
Ecology 65 (2), 446-454, 1984
5851984
Herbivore vs. nutrient control of marine primary producers: Context‐dependent effects
DE Burkepile, ME Hay
Ecology 87 (12), 3128-3139, 2006
4902006
Herbivore species richness and feeding complementarity affect community structure and function on a coral reef
DE Burkepile, ME Hay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (42), 16201-16206, 2008
4832008
Synergisms in plant defenses against herbivores: interactions of chemistry, calcification, and plant quality
ME Hay, QE Kappel, W Fenical
Ecology 75 (6), 1714-1726, 1994
4741994
Symbiotic marine bacteria chemically defend crustacean embryos from a pathogenic fungus
MS Gil-Turnes, ME Hay, W Fenical
Science 246 (4926), 116-118, 1989
4601989
Strong impacts of grazing amphipods on the organization of a benthic community
JE Duffy, ME Hay
Ecological monographs 70 (2), 237-263, 2000
4462000
Marine chemical ecology: chemical signals and cues structure marine populations, communities, and ecosystems
ME Hay
Annual review of marine science 1, 193-212, 2009
4372009
Chemical defense against different marine herbivores: are amphipods insect equivalents?
ME Hay, JE Duffy, CA Pfister, W Fenical
Ecology 68 (6), 1567-1580, 1987
4331987
The functional morphology of turf‐forming seaweeds: persistence in stressful marine habitats
ME Hay
Ecology 62 (3), 739-750, 1981
4141981
The chemical ecology of plant-herbivore interactions in marine versus terrestrial communities
M Hay
Herbivores: their interactions with secondary plant metabolites, 371-413, 1992
4071992
Associational plant defenses and the maintenance of species diversity: turning competitors into accomplices
ME Hay
The American Naturalist 128 (5), 617-641, 1986
4021986
Can quantity replace quality? Food choice, compensatory feeding, and fitness of marine mesograzers
E Cruz-Rivera, ME Hay
Ecology 81 (1), 201-219, 2000
3902000
Food and shelter as determinants of food choice by an herbivorous marine amphipod
JE Duffy, ME Hay
Ecology 72 (4), 1286-1298, 1991
3661991
Marine community ecology
MD Bertness, SD Gaines, ME Hay
Sinauer Associates, 2001
3392001
Chemically rich seaweeds poison corals when not controlled by herbivores
DB Rasher, ME Hay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (21), 9683-9688, 2010
3332010
Biotic resistance to plant invasions? Native herbivores prefer non‐native plants
JD Parker, ME Hay
Ecology Letters 8 (9), 959-967, 2005
3302005
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