Jennifer Sorensen Forbey
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Revisiting the dietary niche: when is a mammalian herbivore a specialist?
LA Shipley, JS Forbey, BD Moore
Integrative and comparative biology 49 (3), 274-290, 2009
Plant secondary metabolites compromise the energy budgets of specialist and generalist mammalian herbivores
JS Sorensen, JD McLister, MD Dearing
Ecology 86 (1), 125-139, 2005
Exploitation of secondary metabolites by animals: A response to homeostatic challenges
JS Forbey, AL Harvey, MA Huffman, FD Provenza, R Sullivan, D Tasdemir
Integrative and comparative biology 49 (3), 314-328, 2009
Conflicting demands on detoxification pathways influence how common brushtail possums choose their diets
KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, S McLean, JS Sorensen, WJ Foley
Ecology 87 (8), 2103-2112, 2006
The dilemma of foraging herbivores: dealing with food and fear
C McArthur, PB Banks, R Boonstra, JS Forbey
Oecologia 176 (3), 677-689, 2014
Phytochemistry predicts habitat selection by an avian herbivore at multiple spatial scales
GG Frye, JW Connelly, DD Musil, JS Forbey
Ecology 94 (2), 308-314, 2013
Efflux transporters as a novel herbivore countermechanism to plant chemical defenses
JS Sorensen, MD Dearing
Journal of chemical ecology 32 (6), 1181-1196, 2006
A Specialist Herbivore (Neotoma stephensi) Absorbs Fewer Plant Toxins than Does a Generalist (Neotoma albigula)
JS Sorensen, CA Turnbull, MD Dearing
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77 (1), 139-148, 2004
The emerging role of pharmacology in understanding consumer–prey interactions in marine and freshwater systems
EE Sotka, J Forbey, M Horn, AGB Poore, D Raubenheimer, KE Whalen
Integrative and Comparative Biology 49 (3), 291-313, 2009
Elimination of plant toxins by herbivorous woodrats: revisiting an explanation for dietary specialization in mammalian herbivores
J Sorensen, M Dearing
Oecologia 134 (1), 88-94, 2003
Novel plant secondary metabolites impact dietary specialists more than generalists (Neotoma spp)
JS Sorensen, JD McLister, MD Dearing
Ecology 86 (1), 140-154, 2005
Plant protein and secondary metabolites influence diet selection in a mammalian specialist herbivore
AC Ulappa, RG Kelsey, GG Frye, JL Rachlow, LA Shipley, L Bond, X Pu, ...
Journal of mammalogy 95 (4), 834-842, 2014
Microbial detoxification in the gut of a specialist avian herbivore, the Greater Sage-Grouse
KD Kohl, JW Connelly, MD Dearing, JS Forbey
FEMS Microbiology Letters 363 (14), 2016
Plant secondary metabolites alter the feeding patterns of a mammalian herbivore (Neotoma lepida)
JS Sorensen, E Heward, MD Dearing
Oecologia 146 (3), 415-422, 2005
Fearscapes: mapping functional properties of cover for prey with terrestrial LiDAR
PJ Olsoy, JS Forbey, JL Rachlow, JD Nobler, NF Glenn, LA Shipley
BioScience 65 (1), 74-80, 2015
Application of pharmacological approaches to plant–mammal interactions
JS Sorensen, MM Skopec, MD Dearing
Journal of chemical ecology 32 (6), 1229-1246, 2006
Occurrence of triclocarban and triclosan in an agro-ecosystem following application of biosolids
JJ Sherburne, AM Anaya, KJ Fernie, JS Forbey, ET Furlong, DW Kolpin, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (24), 13206-13214, 2016
Pharmacokinetics of 1, 8-cineole, a dietary toxin, in the brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula): significance for feeding
S McLean, RR Boyle, S Brandon, NW Davies, JS Sorensen
Xenobiotica 37 (9), 903-922, 2007
Unmanned aerial systems measure structural habitat features for wildlife across multiple scales
PJ Olsoy, LA Shipley, JL Rachlow, JS Forbey, NF Glenn, MA Burgess, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (3), 594-604, 2018
Habitat structure modifies microclimate: An approach for mapping fine‐scale thermal refuge
CR Milling, JL Rachlow, PJ Olsoy, MA Chappell, TR Johnson, JS Forbey, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (6), 1648-1657, 2018
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