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Appendices

Appendix A: Methods for assessing cardiac glycosides, latex, and leaf carbon and nitrogen content.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A1.

Appendix B: Mixed-model ANOVA table for effects of grass competition, root herbivory by beetles, and full sibling family of milkweed on percent of leaves with damage and leaf miner abundance at the end of the second growing season.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A2.

Appendix C: Mixed-model ANOVA table for effects of grass competition, root herbivory by beetles, and full sibling family of milkweed on production of latex, cardenolides, and leaf carbon and nitrogen concentrations near the end of the second growing season.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A3.

Appendix D: Effects of grass competition and time of day on photosynthetically active radiation reaching the base of milkweed plants on a clear day.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A4.

Appendix E: Mixed-model ANOVA table for effects of grass competition, root herbivory by beetles, and full sibling family of milkweed on natural log of final plant height at the end of the first growing season.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A5.

Appendix F: Multivariate analyses followed by mixed-model univariate analyses for effects of grass competition, root herbivory by beetles, and full sibling family of milkweed on the natural log of number of stems, sum of stem heights, and sum of stem widths in the spring of the second growing season.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A6.

Appendix G: Multivatiate analyses followed by mixed-model univariate analyses for effects of grass competition, root herbivory by beetles, and full sibling family of milkweed on the natural log of final fruit production, mass per fruit, and vegetative biomass at the end of the second growing season.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A7.

Appendix H: Stepwise multiple regression with backwards removal for the effects of plant resistance traits (cardenolides, latex production, trichome density, and leaf toughness) and leaf nitrogen, plant height and percent flowering on abundance of Tetraopes adults.
Ecological Archives E085-063-A8.

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