Arianne Cease
Arianne Cease
Associate Professor, Arizona State University
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Heavy livestock grazing promotes locust outbreaks by lowering plant nitrogen content
AJ Cease, JJ Elser, CF Ford, S Hao, L Kang, JF Harrison
Science 335 (6067), 467-469, 2012
From molecules to management: mechanisms and consequences of locust phase polyphenism
DA Cullen, AJ Cease, AV Latchininsky, A Ayali, K Berry, J Buhl, ...
Advances in insect physiology 53, 167-285, 2017
A global review on locusts (Orthoptera: Acrididae) and their interactions with livestock grazing practices
M Le Gall, R Overson, A Cease
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 263, 2019
How locusts breathe
JF Harrison, JS Waters, AJ Cease, JM VandenBrooks, V Callier, CJ Klok, ...
Physiology 28 (1), 18-27, 2013
The impact of nitrogen enrichment on grassland ecosystem stability depends on nitrogen addition level
D Niu, X Yuan, AJ Cease, H Wen, C Zhang, H Fu, JJ Elser
Science of the Total Environment 618, 1529-1538, 2018
Living with locusts: Connecting soil nitrogen, locust outbreaks, livelihoods, and livestock markets
AJ Cease, JJ Elser, EP Fenichel, JC Hadrich, JF Harrison, BE Robinson
Bioscience 65 (6), 551-558, 2015
Corticosterone and the transition from courtship behavior to dispersal in male red-sided garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis)
AJ Cease, DI Lutterschmidt, RT Mason
General and comparative endocrinology 150 (1), 124-131, 2007
Are color or high rearing density related to migratory polyphenism in the band-winged grasshopper, Oedaleus asiaticus?
AJ Cease, S Hao, L Kang, JJ Elser, JF Harrison
Journal of insect physiology 56 (8), 926-936, 2010
Landscape level patterns of grasshopper communities in Inner Mongolia: interactive effects of livestock grazing and a precipitation gradient
S Hao, S Wang, A Cease, L Kang
Landscape Ecology 30, 1657-1668, 2015
Grasshoppers regulate N: P stoichiometric homeostasis by changing phosphorus contents in their frass
Z Zhang, JJ Elser, AJ Cease, X Zhang, Q Yu, X Han, G Zhang
PLoS One 9 (8), e103697, 2014
The resurgence of the South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata)
HE Medina, A Cease, E Trumper
Metaleptea 37 (3), 17-21, 2017
Nutritional imbalance suppresses migratory phenotypes of the Mongolian locust (Oedaleus asiaticus)
AJ Cease, JF Harrison, S Hao, DC Niren, G Zhang, L Kang, JJ Elser
Royal Society Open Science 4 (6), 161039, 2017
Efficient utilization of aerobic metabolism helps Tibetan locusts conquer hypoxia
D Zhao, Z Zhang, A Cease, J Harrison, L Kang
BMC genomics 14 (1), 1-11, 2013
Responses to capture stress and exogenous corticosterone vary with body condition in female red-sided garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis)
CA Dayger, AJ Cease, DI Lutterschmidt
Hormones and behavior 64 (4), 748-754, 2013
Dietary phosphate affects food selection, post-ingestive phosphorus fate, and performance of a polyphagous herbivore
AJ Cease, M Fay, JJ Elser, JF Harrison
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (1), 64-72, 2016
Soil-targeted interventions could alleviate locust and grasshopper pest pressure in West Africa
ML Word, SJ Hall, BE Robinson, B Manneh, A Beye, AJ Cease
Science of the Total Environment 663, 632-643, 2019
Caterpillars selected for large body size and short development time are more susceptible to oxygen‐related stress
JF Harrison, AJ Cease, JM VandenBrooks, T Albert, G Davidowitz
Ecology and Evolution 3 (5), 1305-1316, 2013
Consumer‐driven nutrient dynamics in urban environments: the stoichiometry of human diets and waste management
AJ Cease, KA Capps, KK Gates, ML McCrackin, DA Nidzgorski
Oikos 124 (7), 931-948, 2015
Linking land use and the nutritional ecology of herbivores: A case study with the Senegalese locust
M Le Gall, ML Word, N Thompson, B Manneh, A Beye, AJ Cease
Functional Ecology 34 (1), 167-181, 2020
Nitrogen fertilizer decreases survival and reproduction of female locusts by increasing plant protein to carbohydrate ratio
M Le Gall, ML Word, N Thompson, A Beye, AJ Cease
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (10), 2214-2221, 2020
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