Blubaugh, C. K., Hagler, J. R., Machtley, S. A., & Kaplan, I. (2016). Cover crops increase foraging activity of omnivorous predators in seed patches and facilitate weed biological control. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 231, 264-270.
Kaplan, I., Carrillo, J. A., Garvey, M. A., & Ode, P. J. (2016). Indirect plant–parasitoid interactions mediated by changes in herbivore physiology. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 14, 112-119.
Rowen, E., & Kaplan, I. (2016). Eco‐evolutionary factors drive induced plant volatiles: a meta‐analysis. New Phytologist, 210(1), 284-294.
Blubaugh, C. K., & Kaplan, I. (2016). Invertebrate seed predators reduce weed emergence following seed rain. Weed Science, 64(1), 80-86.
Blubaugh, C. K., & Kaplan, I. (2015). Tillage compromises weed seed predator activity across developmental stages. Biological Control, 81, 76-82.
Kaplan, I., & Lewis, D. (2015). What happens when crops are turned on? Simulating constitutive volatiles for tritrophic pest suppression across an agricultural landscape. Pest Management Science, 71(1), 139-150.
Hoagland, L. A., Navazio, J., Zystro, J., Kaplan, I., Vargas, J. G., & Gibson, K. (2015). Key traits and promising germplasm for an organic participatory tomato breeding program in the US Midwest. HortScience, 50(9), 1301-1308.
Kaplan, I., McArt, S., & Thaler, J. (2014). Plant defenses and predation risk differentially shape patterns of consumption, growth, and digestive efficiency in a guild of leaf-chewing insects. PLoS ONE, 9, e93714.