Dr. Carrel
 
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-- Refereed 1967-1999
 

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REFEREED PUBLICATIONS 1967 - 1999:

  • Eisner, T., E. van Tassell, and J.E. Carrel.   1967.   Defensive use of a fecal shield by a beetle larva.   Science 158:1471-1473.
  • Eisner, T., J.D. Meinwald, D.W. Alsop, and J.E. Carrel.   1968.  Defense mechanisms of arthropods.   XXI.   Formic acid and n-nonyl acetate in the defensive spray of two species of Helluomorphoides .   Annals of the Entomological Society of America 61:610-613.
  • Eisner, T., R.E. Silberglied, D. Aneshansley, J.E. Carrel, and H.C. Howland.   1969.   Ultraviolet video-viewing: the television camera as an insect eye.   Science 166:1172-1174.
  • Eisner, T., S.A. Zahler, J.E. Carrel, and G.W. Loanes.   1970.   Absence of antimicrobial substances in the egg capsules of millipedes.   Nature 225:661.
  • Meinwald, J., A.F. Kluge, J.E. Carrel, and T. Eisner. 1971.   Acyclic ketones in the defensive secretion of a "daddy long-legs" (Leiobunum vittatum ).   Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA, 68:1467-1468.
  • Eisner, T., A.F. Kluge, J.E. Carrel, and J. Meinwald.   1971.   Defense of a phalangid:   liquid repellent administered by leg dabbing.   Science 173:650-652.
  • Plattner, H., M. Salpeter, J.E. Carrel, and T. Eisner.   1972.   Struktur und Funktion des Druesenepithels der postabdominalen Tergite von Blatta orientalis.   Zeitschrift fuer Zellforschung 125:45-87.
  • Eisner, T., A.F. Kluge, J.E. Carrel, and J. Meinwald.   1972.   Defense mechanism of arthropods.   XXXIV.   Formic acid and acyclic   ketones in the defensive spray of a caterpillar. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 65:765-766.
  • Carrel, J.E. and T. Eisner.   1974.   Cantharidin:   potent feeding deterrent to insects.   Science 183:755-757.
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  • Eisner, T., J.S. Johnesse, J.E. Carrel, L.B. Hendry, and J. Meinwald.   1974.   Defensive use by an insect of a plant resin.   Science 184:996-999.
  • Carrel, J.E., and R.D. Heathcote. 1976.   Heart rate in spiders:   influence of body size and foraging energetics.   Science 193:148-150.
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  • Johannsen, C.J., T.W. Barney, A. Dale Coble, J.E. Carrel, S. Weems, W. McFarland, and D.J. Barr.   1979.   Characterization of vegetation and drainage in strip mined land utilizing remote sensing techniques.   US EPA Tech. Bull. EPA-600/7-79-194.
  • Wieder, R.K., and J.E. Carrel.   1979.   Radioactive carbon-14 as an indicator of energy flow in litter decomposition studies. Oecologia 44:31-33.
  • Carrel, J.E., C.L. Kucera, C.J. Johannsen, and R.W. Blanchar.   1979.   Strip mine reclamation:   criteria and methods for measurement of revegetation success.   U.S. D.O.E. Publication C00-2758-6:1-26.
  • Game, M., J.E. Carrel, and T. Hotrabhavandra.   1982.   Patch dynamics of plant succession on abandoned surface coal mines:   a case history approach.   Journal of Ecology 70:707-720.
  • Carrel, J.E.   1982.   The nonteaching of evolution.   BioScience 32:836.
  • Wieder, R.K., J.E. Carrel, J.K. Rapp and C.L. Kucera.   1983.   Decomposition of tall fescue and cellulose litter on surface mines and a tallgrass prairie in central Missouri, U.S.A., Journal of Applied Ecology 20:303-321.
  • Carrel, J.E.   1984.   Tree swallow flock preys on swarming termites.   Florida Field Naturalist 12:12-13.
  • Carrel, J.E.   1984.   Defensive secretion of the pill millipede Glomeris marginata .   I.   Fluid production and storage.   Journal of Chemical Ecology 10:41-51.
  • Carrel, J.E. and T. Eisner.   1984.   Spider sedation induced by defensive chemicals of milliped prey.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U.S.A.   81:806-810.
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  • Carrel, J.E., J.P. Doom, and J.P. McCormick, l985. Arborine and methaqualone are not sedative in the wolf spider Lycosa ceratiola Gertsch and Wallace. Journal of Arachnology 13:269-271.   
  • Carrel, J.E., J.P. Doom, and J.P. McCormick. l985.   Quantitative determination of cantharidin in biological materials using capillary gas chromatography with flame ionization detection.   Journal of Chromatography, Biomedical Applications 342:4ll-4l5.
  • Carrel, J.E., J.P. Doom, and J.P. McCormick. l986.   Identification of cantharidin in false blister beetles (Coleoptera, Oedemeridae) from Florida.   Journal of Chemical Ecology   12:741-747.
  • Carrel, J.E., J.P. Doom, and J.P. McCormick.   l986.   Cantharidin biosynthesis in a blister beetle: inhibition by 6-fluoromevalonate causes chemical disarmament.   Experientia    42:853-854.
  • Carrel, J.E.   1986.   Review of Neurobiology of Arachnids (F.G. Barth, ed., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1985).   The Quarterly Review of Biology.   61:413.
  • McCormick, J.P., J.E. Carrel, and J.P. Doom.   1986.   Origin of oxygen atoms in cantharidin biosynthesized by beetles.   Journal of the American Chemical Society.   108:8071-8074.
  • Carrel, J.E. 1990.   Water and hemolymph content in the wolf spider Lycosa ceratiola (Araneae, Lycosidae). Journal of Arachnology 18: 35-40.
  • Carrel, J.E., J.M. Wood, Z. Yang, M.H. McCairel, and E.E. Hindman. 1990. Diet, body water, and hemolymph content in the blister beetle Lytta polita (Coleoptera: Meloidae). Environmental Entomology 19: 1283-1288.
  • Eisner, T., J. Conner, J.E. Carrel, J.P. McCormick, A.J. Slagle, C. Gans, and J.C. O'Reilly. 1990. Systemic retention of ingested cantharidin by frogs. Chemoecology 1: 57-62.
  • Blodgett, S.L., J.E. Carrel, and R. A. Higgins. 1991. Cantharidin content of blister beetles (Coleoptera: Meloidae) collected from Kansas alfalfa and implications for inducing cantharidiasis. Environmental Entomology   20: 776-780.
  • Blodgett, S.L., J.E. Carrel, and R.A. Higgins. 1992. Cantharidin contamination of alfalfa hay. Journal of Medical Entomology 29: 700-713.
  • Carrel, J.E. 1992. Review of book ‘Insect Chemical Ecology’ (I. Hrdy, ed., Academia, Prague, 1991, 513 pp.) Annals of the Entomological Society of America 85 (6): 807-808.
  • Carrel, J.E., M.H. McCairel, A.J. Slagle, J.P. Doom, J.H. Brill, and J.P. McCormick.   1993. Cantharidin production in a blister beetle.   Experientia 49: 171-174
  • Yosef, R., J.E. Carrel, and T. Eisner. 1996. Contrasting reactions of loggerhead shrikes to two types of chemically defended insect prey. Journal of Chemical Ecology 22: 173-181.
  • Smedley, S.R., C.L. Blankespoor, Y. Yang, J.E. Carrel, and T. Eisner. 1996. Predatory response of spiders to blister beetles (family Meloidae). Zoology: Analysis of Complex Systems 99: 211-217.
  • Stirnaman, J., J.C. Weaver, and J.E. Carrel. 1998. Spiders of Missouri: an annotated checklist. Transactions of the Missouri Academy of Science 35: 1-59.
  • Carrel, J.E. 1999. Contrasting responses of southern house spiders and raccoons to blister beetle prey. Journal of Chemical Ecology 25: 1295-1303.
  • Curtis, J.T., and J.E. Carrel. 1999. Social behavior by captive juvenile Kukulcania hibernalis (Araneae: Filistatidae). Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 11 (6): 241-246

 

 
 
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