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Coevolutionary elaboration of pollination-related traits in an alpine ginger (Roscoea purpurea) and a tabanid fly in the Nepalese Himalayas
BR Paudel, M Shrestha, M Burd, S Adhikari, YSS Sun, QJ Li
New Phytologist, 1-10, 2016
432016
Dryland organic farming increases floral resources and bee colony success in highly simplified agricultural landscapes
S Adhikari, LA Burkle, KM O’Neill, DK Weaver, FD Menalled
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 270, 9-18, 2019
182019
Impacts of dryland farm management systems on weeds and ground beetles (Carabidae) in the Northern Great Plains
S Adhikari, FD Menalled
Sustainability 10 (7), 2146, 2018
182018
Bee flora in mid hills of Central Nepal
S Adhikari, NB Ranabhat
Botanica Orientalis: Journal of Plant Science 8, 45-56, 2011
172011
Future distribution of invasive weed species across the major road network in the state of Montana, USA
A Adhikari, LJ Rew, KP Mainali, S Adhikari, BD Maxwell
Regional Environmental Change 20, 14, 2020
122020
Farming system and wheat cultivar affect infestation of, and parasitism on, Cephus cinctus in the Northern Great Plains
S Adhikari, T Seipel, FD Menalled, DK Weaver
Pest management science 74 (11), 2480-2487, 2018
122018
Supporting Beneficial Insects for Agricultural Sustainability: The Role of Livestock-Integrated Organic and Cover Cropping to Enhance Ground Beetle (Carabidae) Communities
S Adhikari, FD Menalled
Agronomy 10, 1-15, 2020
102020
Impacts of Agricultural Management Systems on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Highly Simplified Dryland Landscapes
S Adhikari, A Adhikari, DK Weaver, A Bekkerman, FD Menalled
Sustainability 11 (11), 1-16, 2019
102019
Dryland Organic Farming Partially Offsets Negative Effects of Highly Simplified Agricultural Landscapes on Forbs, Bees, and Bee–Flower Networks
S Adhikari, LA Burkle, KM O’Neill, DK Weaver, CM Delphia, FD Menalled
Environmental Entomology, 2019
102019
Floral phenology and pollination ecology of Punica granatum L
S Adhikari, MK Adhikari
Nepal Journal of Science and Technology 11, 115-124, 2010
102010
Effects of Apical Meristem Mining on Plant Fitness, Architecture, and Flowering Phenology in Cirsium altissimum (Asteraceae)
S Adhikari, FL Russell
American Journal of Botany 101 (12), 2079 – 2087, 2014
92014
Some higher fungi from lamjung Nepal
S Adhikari, MK Adhikari
Botanica Orientalis 3, 133-134, 2003
62003
Mayweed chamomile (Anthemis cotula L.) biology and management—A review of an emerging global invader
S Adhikari, IC Burke, SD Eigenbrode
Weed Research, 1-10, 2020
32020
Impacts of dryland farming systems on biodiversity, plant-insect interactions, and ecosystem services
S Adhikari
https://scholarworks.montana.edu/xmlui/handle/1/15496, 2018
32018
Floral Phenology and Pollination Ecology of Pedicularis dendrothauma RR Mill and DJ Allard in Sikles (ACAP) Kaski, Nepal
S Adhikari
M. Sc thesis, 85, 2003
32003
Within-Population Trait Variation in a Globally Invasive Plant Species Mayweed Chamomile (Anthemis cotula): Implications for Future Invasion and Management
S Adhikari, IC Burke, SR Revolinski, J Piaskowski, SD Eigenbrode
Frontiers in Agronomy, 2021
22021
Genetic diversity and population structure of a global invader Mayweed chamomile ( Anthemis cotula ): management implications
S Adhikari, SR Revolinski, SD Eigenbrode, IC Burke
AoB PLANTS 13 (4), 1-13, 2021
12021
Phenotypic Trait Variation in Populations of a Global Invader Mayweed Chamomile (Anthemis cotula): Implications for Weed Management
S Adhikari, IC Burke, J Piaskowski, SD Eigenbrode
Frontiers in Agronomy, 2021
12021
Effects of insect herbivory on plant architecture, flowering phenology, flower visitors’ activity and reproduction success in Cirsium Altissimum L.
S Adhikari
Wichita State University, 2013
12013
Do Invasive and Naturalized Aphid Pest Populations Respond Differently to Climatic and Landscape Factors?
S Adhikari, E Seamon, Y Wu, SE Sadeghi, SD Eigenbrode
Journal of Economic Entomology, 2022
2022
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