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Johnson SN, Hallett PD, Gillespie TL, Halpin C.  2010.  Below-ground herbivory and root toughness: a potential model system using lignin-modified tobacco. Physiological Entomology. 35:186-191. Abstract
Johnson SN, Birch ANE, Gregory PJ, Murray PJ.  2006.  The 'mother knows best' principle: should soil insects be included in the preference-performance debate? Ecological Entomology. 31:395-401. Abstract
Johnson SN, Zhang X, Crawford J, Gregory PJ, Hix N, Jarvis S, Murray PJ, Young IM.  2006.  Effects of CO2 on the searching behaviour of the root-feeding clover weevil Sitona lepidus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research. 96:361-366. Abstract
Johnson SN, Petitjean S, Clark KE, Mitchell C.  2010.  Protected raspberry production accelerates onset of oviposition by vine weevils (Otiorhynchus sulcatus). Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 12:277-283.
Johnson SN, Anderson EA, Dawson G, Griffiths DW.  2008.  Varietal susceptibility of potatoes to wireworm herbivory. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 10:167-174. Abstract
Johnson SN, Gregory PJ.  2006.  Chemically mediated host-plant location and selection by root-feeding insects. Physiological Entomology. 31:1-13. Abstract
Johnson SN, McNicol JW.  2010.  Elevated CO2 and aboveground-belowground herbivory by the clover root weevil. Oecologia. 162:209-216.
Johnson SN, Gregory PJ, McNicol JW, Oodally Y, Zhang XX, Murray PJ.  2010.  Effects of soil conditions and drought on egg hatching and larval survival of the clover root weevil (Sitona lepidus). Applied Soil Ecology. 44:75-79.
Johnson SN, Zhang X, Crawford JW, Gregory PJ, Young IM.  2007.  Egg hatching and survival time of soil-dwelling insect larvae: a partial differential equation model and experimental validation. Ecological Modelling. 202:493-502. Abstract
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Zhang X, Johnson SN, Crawford JW, Gregory PJ, Young IM.  2007.  A general random walk model for the leptokurtic distribution of organism movement: theory and application. Ecological Modelling. 200:79-88. Abstract

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