Complete publications list: MARY V. PRICE. firstname.lastname@example.org
1977. Price, M. V. Validity of live trapping as a measure of foraging activity of heteromyid rodents. Journal of Mammalogy 58:107-110.
1978. Price, M. V. Seed dispersion preferences of coexisting desert rodent species. Journal of Mammalogy 59:624-626.
1978. Price, M. V. The role of microhabitat in structuring desert rodent communities. Ecology 59:910-921.
1979. Price, M. V. and N. M. Waser. Pollen dispersal and optimal outcrossing in Delphinium nelsoni. Nature 277-294-297.
1980. Price, M. V. On the significance of test form in benthic salt-marsh foraminifera. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 10:129-135.
1981. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Pollinator choice and stabilizing selection for flower color in Delphinium nelsonii. Evolution 35:376-390.
1981. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Effects of grazing on diversity of annual plants in the Sonoran Desert. Oecologia 50:407-411.
1982. Price, M. V. and N. M. Waser. Population structure, frequency-dependent selection, and the maintenance of sexual reproduction. Evolution 36:35-43.
1982. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. A comparison of pollen and fluorescent dye carryover by natural pollinators of Ipomopsis aggregata (Polemoniaceae). Ecology 63:1168-1172.
1982. Waser, N. M., R. K. Vickery Jr., and M. V. Price. Patterns of seed dispersal and population differentiation in Mimulus guttatus. Evolution 36:753-761.
1982. Price, M. V. and N. M. Waser. Experimental studies of pollen carryover: hummingbirds and Ipomopsis aggregata. Oecologia 54:353-358.
1983. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Pollinator behaviour and natural selection for flower colour in Delphinium nelsonii. Nature 302:422-424.
1983. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Optimal and actual outcrossing in plants, and the nature of plant-pollinator interaction. In: Handbook of experimental pollination biology, eds. C. E. Jones and R. J. Little, Van Nostrand Reinhold, N.Y.
1983. Price, M. V. and J. H. Brown. Patterns of morphology and resource use in North American desert rodent communities. Great Basin Naturalist Memoirs 7:117-134.
1983. Price, M. V. Ecological consequences of body size: a model for patch choice in desert rodents. Oecologia 59:384-392.
1983. Price, M. V. Laboratory studies of seed size and species selection by heteromyid rodents. Oecologia 60:259-263.
1984. Price, M. V. and K. A. Kramer. On measuring microhabitat affinities with special reference to small mammals. Oikos 42:349-354.
1984. Price, M. V. and K. M. Heinz. Effects of body size, seed density, and soil characteristics on rates of seed harvest by heteromyid rodents. Oecologia 61:420-425.
1984. Price, M. V. Microhabitat use in rodent communities: predator avoidance or foraging economics? Netherlands Journal of Zoology 34:63-80.
1984. Price, M. V., N. M. Waser, and T. A. Bass. Effects of moonlight on microhabitat use by desert rodents. Journal of Mammalogy 65:353-356.
1984. Price, M. V. and N. M. Waser. On the relative abundance of species: post-fire changes in a coastal sage scrub rodent community. Ecology 65:1161-1169.
1984. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Experimental studies of pollen carryover: effects of floral variability in Ipomopsis aggregata. Oecologia 62:262-268.
1985. Price, M. V. and N. M. Waser. Microhabitat use by heteromyid rodents: effects of artificial seed patches. Ecology 66:211-219.
1985. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. The effect of nectar guides on pollinator preference: experimental studies with a montane herb. Oecologia 67:121-126.
1985. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Reciprocal transplant experiments with Delphinium nelsonii (Ranunculaceae): evidence for local adaptation. American Journal of Botany 72:1726-1732.
1986. Price, M. V. Introduction to the symposium: mechanistic approaches to the study of natural communities. American Zoologist 26:3-4.
1986. Price, M. V. Structure of desert rodent communities: a critical review of questions and approaches. American Zoologist 26:39-49.
1986. Thomson, J. D., M. V. Price, N. M. Waser, and D. A. Stratton. Comparative studies of pollen and fluorescent dye transport by bumble bees visiting Erythronium grandiflorum. Oecologia 69:561-566.
1986. Price, M. V. and S. H. Jenkins. Rodents as seed consumers and seed dispersers. In: Murray, D. R. (ed) Seed Dispersal. Academic Press, Sydney, pp. 191-235
1987. Waser, N. M., M. V. Price, A. M. Montalvo, and R. N. Gray. Female mate choice in a perennial herbaceous wildflower, Delphinium nelsonii. Evolutionary Trends in Plants 1:29-33.
1987. Price, M. V., and O. J. Reichman. Distribution of seeds in Sonoran Desert soils: implications for heteromyid rodent foraging. Ecology 68:1797-1811.
1989. Price, M. V. and W. S. Longland. Use of artificial seed patches by heteromyid rodents. Journal of Mammalogy 70:316-322.
1989. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Optimal outcrossing in Ipomopsis aggregata: seed set and offspring fitness. Evolution 43:1097-1109.
1989. Price, M. V. and P. R. Endo. Estimating the distribution and abundance of a cryptic species, Dipodomys stephensi (Rodentia: Heteromyidae), and implications for management. Conservation Biology 3:293-301.
1989. Lyons, E. E., N. M. Waser, M. V. Price, J. Antonovics, and A. F. Motton. Sources of variation in plant reproductive success and implications for concepts of sexual selection. American Naturalist 134:409-433.
1989. Price, M. V. and R. H. Podolsky. Mechanisms of seed harvest by heteromyid rodents: soil texture effects on harvest rate and seed size selection. Oecologia 81:267-273.
1990. Podolsky, R. H. and M. V. Price. Patch use by Dipodomys deserti (Rodentia: Heteromyidae): profitability, preference, and depletion dynamics. Oecologia 83:83-90.
1990. Waser, N. M., and M. V. Price. Pollination efficiency and effectiveness of bumble bees and hummingbirds visiting Delphinium nelsonii. Collectanea Botanica (Barcelona) 19:9-20.
1991. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Outcrossing distance effects in Delphinium nelsonii: pollen loads, pollen tubes, and seed set. Ecology 72:171-179.
1991. Price, M. V., W. S. Longland, and R. L. Goldingay. Niche relationships of Dipodomys agilis and D. stephensi: two sympatric kangaroo rats of similar size. American Midland Naturalist 126:172-186.
1991. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Reproductive costs of self-pollination in Ipomopsis aggregata: are ovules usurped? American Journal of Botany 78:1036-1043.
1991. Campbell, D. R., N. M. Waser, M. V. Price, E. A. Lynch, and R. J. Mitchell. Components of phenotypic selection: pollen export and flower corolla width in Ipomopsis aggregata. Evolution 45:1458-1467.
1991. Longland, W. S. and M. V. Price. Direct observations of owls and heteromyid rodents: can predation risk explain microhabitat use? Ecology 72:2261-2273.
1992. de Jong, T., N. M. Waser, M. V. Price, and R. M. Ring. Plant size, geitonogamy, and seed set in Ipomopsis aggregata. Oecologia 89:310-315.
1992. Waser, N. M., M. V. Price, and R. I. Bertin. Cross-pollination. Nature 356:667-668.
1992. Waser, N. M., M. V. Price, and R. K. Grosberg. Writing an effective manuscript review. BioScience 42:621-623.
1992. Morgan, K. R. and M. V. Price. Foraging in heteromyid rodents: the energy cost of scratch-digging. Ecology 73:2260-2272.
1992. Price, M. V., P. A. Kelly, and R. L. Goldingay. Distinguishing the endangered Stephens' Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys stephensi) from the Pacific Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys agilis). Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 91:126-136.
1993. Price, M. V. Involving academics in endangered-species conservation: lessons from the Stephens' kangaroo rat habitat conservation plan. Pp. 21-25 In J. E. Keeley (ed.) Interface Between Ecology and Land Development in California. Southern California Academy of Sciences, Los Angeles, 297 pages.
1993. Reichman, O. J. and M. V. Price. Ecological aspects of heteromyid foraging. Pp 539-574 In Genoways, H. H. and Brown, J. H. (eds) Biology of the Family Heteromyidae. Special Publication No. 10 of the American Society of Mammalogists, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, 719 pp.
1993. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Specialisation and generalisation in pollination systems. Pp. 165-169 In Veeresh, G. K., R. U. Shaanker and K. N. Ganeshaiah (eds) Pollination in Tropics. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Pollination in the Tropics. IUSSI, Bangalore, India.
1993. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Crossing distance effects on prezygotic performance in plants: an argument for female choice. Oikos 68:303-308.
1993. Price, M. V., R. L. Goldingay, L. S. Szychowski, and N. M. Waser. Managing habitat for Stephens' Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys stephensi): effects of shrub removal. American Midland Naturalist 131:9-16.
1993. Price, M. V. A functional-morphometric analysis of forelimbs in bipedal and quadrupedal heteromyid rodents. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 50:339-360.
1994. Campbell, D. R., N. M. Waser, and M. V. Price. Indirect selection of stigma position in Ipomopsis aggregata via a genetically correlated trait. Evolution 48:55-68.
1994. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. Crossing distance effects in Delphinium nelsonii: outbreeding and inbreeding depression in progeny fitness. Evolution 48:842-852.
1994. Price, M. V. and P. A. Kelly. An age-structured demographic model for the endangered Stephens' kangaroo rat. Conservation Biology 8:810-821.
1994. Price, M. V., P. A. Kelly, and R. L. Goldingay. Distances moved by Stephens' kangaroo rat (Dipodomys stephensi Merriam), and implications for conservation. Journal of Mammalogy 75:929-939.
1994. Morris, W. F., M. V. Price, N. M. Waser, J. D. Thomson, B. Thomson, and D. Stratton. Systematic increase in pollen carryover and its consequences for geitonogamy in plant populations. Oikos 71:431-440.
1995. Waser, N. M., R. G. Shaw, and M. V. Price. Seed set and seed mass in Ipomopsis aggregata: Variance partitioning and inferences about postpollination selection. Evolution 49:80-88.
1995. Price, M. V., N. M. Waser. K. E. Taylor, and K. L. Pluff. Fire as a management tool for Stephens' kangaroo rat and other small mammal species. In Brushfires in California Wildlands: Ecology and Resource Management, eds. J. E. Keeley and T. Scott, International Association of Wildland Fire, Fairfield, WA, pp. 51-61.
1995. Bleich, V. C. and M. V. Price. Aggressive behavior of Dipodomys stephensi, an endangered species, and Dipodomys agilis, a sympatric congener. Journal of Mammalogy 76:646-651.
1996. Waser, N. M., L. Chittka, M. V. Price, N. Williams, and J. Ollerton. Generalization in pollination systems, and why it matters. Ecology 77:1043-1060.
1996. Campbell, D. R., N. M Waser, and M. V. Price. Mechanisms of hummingbird-mediated selection for flower width in Ipomopsis aggregata. Ecology 77:1463-1472.
1996. Price, M. V. and M. Gilpin. Modellers, mammalogists, and metapopulations: designing Stephens' kangaroo rat reserves. In: D. R. McCullough (ed.) Metapopulations and Wildlife Conservation and Management. Island Press, Washington DC, pp. 217-240.
1997. Price, M. V. and J. W. Joyner. What resources are available to desert granivores: seed rain or soil seed bank? Ecology 78(3):764-773.
1997. Goldingay, R. L. and M. V. Price. Influence of season and a sympatric congener on habitat use by Stephens' kangaroo rat. Conservation Biology 11:708-717.
1998. Price, M. V. and N. M. Waser. Effects of experimental warming on plant reproductive phenology in a subalpine meadow. Ecology 79:1261-1271.
1998. Waser, N. M. and M. V. Price. What plant ecologists can learn from zoology. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 1:137-150.
1999. Price, M. V. Perognathus amplus. Pp. 495-496 In: D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff (eds.) The Smithsonian Book of North American mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., 750 pp.
1999. Price, M. V. Chaetodipus baileyi. Pp. 507-508 In: D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff (eds.) The Smithsonian Book of North American mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., 750 pp.
1999. Price, M. V. Chaetodipus penicillatus. Pp. 516-517. In: D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff (eds.) The Smithsonian Book of North American mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., 750 pp.
2000. Price, M. V., N. M. Waser, and S. McDonald. Seed caching by heteromyid rodents from two communities: Implications for coexistence. Journal of Mammalogy 81:97-106.
2000. Price, M. V. and R. A. Cardullo. UC must take lead in curricula reform, teacher training. California Agriculture 54(1):54-62.
2000. Chase, M. K., W. B. Kristan III, A. J. Lynam, M. V. Price, and J. T. Rotenberry. Single species as indicators of species richness and composition in California coastal sage scrub bird and small mammal communities. Conservation Biology 14:474-487.
2000. Waser, N. M., M. V. Price, and R. G. Shaw. Outbreeding depression varies among cohorts of Ipomopsis aggregata planted in nature. Evolution 54:485-491.
2000. Price, M. V. and N. M. Waser. Responses of subalpine meadow vegetation to four years of experimental warming. Ecological Applications 10:811-823.
2000. Price, M. V., N. M. Waser, and S. A. McDonald*. Elevational distributions of kangaroo rats: long-term trends at a Mojave Desert site. American Midland Naturalist, in press.
1989. Price, M. V. Plant-animal interactions: exciting but neglected topic. Review of Howe, F. and L. C. Westley, 1988, Ecological Relationships of Plants and Animals, Oxford Univ. Press, NY. Evolution 43:920-921.
1992. Price, M. V., and N. M. Waser. Evolutionary ecology by example. Review of Cockburn, A., 1991, An Introduction to Evolutionary Ecology. Ecology 73:2334-2335.
1995. Waser, M. V., and M. V. Price. Demystifying ecological theory. Review of Gotelli, N. J., 1995, A primer of ecology. Sinauer Associates, Inc., Sunderland, Massachusetts. Ecology 77:657-658.
1998. Price, M. V. Structured-population models made accessible. Review
of Tuljapurkar, S. and H. Caswell (eds). 1997. Structured-population models
in marine, terrestrial, and freshwater systems. Chapman & Hall, New
York, New York. Ecology 79:1475.