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    1. Tien, NSH; Boyle, D; Kraaijeveld, AR; Godfray, HCJ
      Competitive ability of parasitized Drosophila larvae

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    2. Siemann, E; Rogers, WE
      Genetic differences in growth of an invasive tree species

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    3. Callaway, RM; Newingham, B; Zabinski, CA; Mahall, BE
      Compensatory growth and competitive ability of an invasive weed are enhanced by soil fungi and native neighbours

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    4. Ryser, R; Wahl, S
      Interspecific variation in RGR and the underlying traits among 24 grass species grown in full daylight

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    5. Funayama-Noguchi, S
      Ecophysiology of virus-infected plants: A case study of Eupatorium makinoiinfected by geminivirus

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    6. Roberts, SC; Gosling, LM; Thornton, EA; McClung, J
      Scent-marking by male mice under the risk of predation

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    7. Smith, RD; Ruxton, GD; Cresswell, W
      Dominance and feeding interference in small groups of blackbirds

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    8. Blossey, B; Skinner, LC; Taylor, J
      Impact and management of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in North America

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    9. Kessel, GJT; de Haas, BH; Lombaers-van der Plas, CH; van den Ende, JE; Pennock-Vos, MG; van der Werf, W; Kohl, J
      Comparative analysis of the role of substrate specificity in biological control of Botrytis elliptica in lily and B-Cinerea in cyclamen with Ulocladium atrum

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    10. Karaoglanidis, GS; Thanassoulopoulos, CC; Ioannidis, PM
      Fitness of Cercospora beticola field isolates resistant and sensitive to demethylation inhibitor fungicides

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    11. Blossey, B; Nuzzo, V; Hinz, H; Gerber, E
      Developing biological control of Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara and Grande (garlic mustard)

      NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL
    12. Cohen, AB; Johnston, RE; Kwon, A
      How golden hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus) discriminate top from bottom flank scents in over-marks

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    13. Novoplansky, A; Goldberg, D
      Interactions between neighbour environments and drought resistance

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    14. Bond, W; Grundy, AC
      Non-chemical weed management in organic farming systems

      WEED RESEARCH
    15. Craine, JM; Froehle, J; Tilman, DG; Wedin, DA; Chapin, FS
      The relationships among root and leaf traits of 76 grassland species and relative abundance along fertility and disturbance gradients

      OIKOS
    16. Busso, CA; Briske, DD; Olalde-Portugal, V
      Root traits associated with nutrient exploitation following defoliation inthree coexisting perennial grasses in a semi-arid savanna

      OIKOS
    17. Lankinen, A; Skogsmyr, I
      Evolution of pistil length as a choice mechanism for pollen quality

      OIKOS
    18. McCarthy, ID
      Competitive ability is related to metabolic asymmetry in juvenile rainbow trout

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    19. Peltzer, DA; Kochy, M
      Competitive effects of grasses and woody plants in mixed-grass prairie

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    20. Semere, T; Froud-Williams, RJ
      The effect of pea cultivar and water stress on root and shoot competition between vegetative plants of maize and pea

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    21. Lyakh, V; Soroka, A; Mishchenko, L
      Flowering time in oil flax can be influenced by microgametophytic selection

      EUPHYTICA
    22. Galloway, LF
      Parental environmental effects on life history in the herbaceous plant Campanula americana

      ECOLOGY
    23. Johnson, CA; Giraldeau, LA; Grant, JWA
      The effect of handling time on interference among house sparrows foraging at different seed densities

      BEHAVIOUR
    24. Lemerle, D; Gill, GS; Murphy, CE; Walker, SR; Cousens, RD; Mokhtari, S; Peltzer, SJ; Coleman, R; Luckett, DJ
      Genetic improvement and agronomy for enhanced wheat competitiveness with weeds

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    25. Skogsmyr, I; Lankinen, A
      Potential selection for female choice in Viola tricolor

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    26. Greulich, S; Bornette, G; Amoros, C
      Persistence of a rare aquatic species along gradients of disturbance and sediment richness

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    27. Rajaniemi, TK; Goldberg, DE
      Quantifying individual- and community-level effects of competition using experimentally-determined null species pools

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    28. Hauser, TP; Siegismund, HR
      Inbreeding and outbreeding effects on pollen fitness and zygote survival in Silene nutans (Caryophyllaceae)

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    29. Barni, E; Siniscalco, C
      Vegetation dynamics and arbuscular mycorrhiza in old-field successions of the western Italian Alps

      MYCORRHIZA
    30. Li, B; Watkinson, AR
      Competition along a nutrient gradient: A case study with Daucus carota andChenopodium album

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    31. Chaila, S; Sobrero, MT; Avila, OB
      Dissemination of seeds of Eryngium paniculatum Cav. et Dom ex Delaroche from isolated plants. III. Relationship between seed-fruit weight and distance of seedlings

      PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    32. Lusk, CH; Matus, F
      Juvenile tree growth rates and species sorting on fine-scale soil fertility gradients in a Chilean temperate rain forest

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    33. Torner, C; del Arco, MJS; Satorre, E; Fernandez-Quintanilla, C
      A comparison of the growth patterns and the competitive ability of four annual weeds

      AGRONOMIE
    34. Hitchmough, JD
      Establishment of cultivated herbaceous perennials in purpose-sown native wildflower meadows in south-west Scotland

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    35. Vervaecke, H; de Vries, H; van Elsacker, L
      Dominance and its behavioral measures in a captive group of bonobos (Pan paniscus)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    36. Todorova, M
      Isolate-specific effect of partial resistance in wheat-leaf rust relationship

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    37. Fofana, B; Rauber, R
      Weed suppression ability of upland rice under low-input conditions in WestAfrica

      WEED RESEARCH
    38. Steinger, T; Gall, R; Schmid, B
      Maternal and direct effects of elevated CO2 on seed provisioning, germination and seedling growth in Bromus erectus

      OECOLOGIA
    39. O'Connor, KI; Taylor, AC; Metcalfe, NB
      The stability of standard metabolic rate during a period of food deprivation in juvenile Atlantic salmon

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    40. Devine, JA; Adams, CE; Maitland, PS
      Changes in reproductive strategy in the ruffe during a period of establishment in a new habitat

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    41. Stillman, RA; Caldow, RWG; Goss-Custard, JD; Alexander, MJ
      Individual variation in intake rate: the relative importance of foraging efficiency and dominance

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    42. Lance, DR; McInnis, DO; Rendon, P; Jackson, CG
      Courtship among sterile and wild Ceratitis capitata (Diptera : Tephritidae) in field cages in Hawaii and Guatemala

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    43. Tessier, AJ; Leibold, MA; Tsao, J
      A fundamental trade-off in resource exploitation by Daphnia and consequences to plankton communities

      ECOLOGY
    44. Titus, JH; Leps, J
      The response of arbuscular mycorrhizae to fertilization, mowing, and removal of dominant species in a diverse oligotrophic wet meadow

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    45. Marshall, DL; Avritt, JJ; Shaner, M; Saunders, RL
      Effects of pollen load size and composition on pollen donor performance inwild radish, Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    46. Sohlenius, B; Bostrom, S
      Effects of global warming on nematode diversity in a Swedish tundra soil -a soil transplantation experiment

      NEMATOLOGY
    47. Padgett, PE; Allen, EB
      Differential responses to nitrogen fertilization in native shrubs and exotic annuals common to Mediterranean coastal sage scrub of California

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    48. Weiher, E; van der Werf, A; Thompson, K; Roderick, M; Garnier, E; Eriksson, O
      Challenging Theophrastus: A common core list of plant traits for functional ecology

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    49. El-Keblawy, A; Lovett-Doust, J
      Maternal effects in the progeny generation in zucchini, Cucurbita pepo (Cucurbitaceae)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    50. Lavigne, C; Mignot, A; Stocklin, J
      Genetic variation in the response of pollen germination to nutrient availability and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations in Epilobium angustifolium

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    51. Goel, AK; Sindhu, SS; Dadarwal, KR
      Bacteriocin-producing native rhizobia of green gram (Vigna radiata) havingcompetitive advantage in nodule occupancy

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    52. Zimmermann, M; Nosberger, J
      Effect of management intensities and sward structures on dry-matter production of meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis Huds.) in permanent grassland

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    53. Brutti, L; Piantanida, N; Ljunggren, H; Berggren, I; Martensson, A
      Competition between strains of Bradyrhizobium japonicum for nodulation of soybeans in Argentine arable soils

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    54. Li, B; Suzuki, JI; Hara, T
      Competitive ability of two Brassica varieties in relation to biomass allocation and morphological plasticity under varying nutrient availability

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    55. Teycheney, PY; Tepfer, M
      Gene flow from virus-resistant transgenic crops to wild relatives or to infecting viruses

      GENE FLOW AND AGRICULTURE: RELEVANCE FOR TRANSGENIC CROPS
    56. Glimskar, A; Ericsson, T
      Relative nitrogen limitation at steady-state nutrition as a determinant ofplasticity in five grassland plant species

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    57. Nicieza, AG; Metcalfe, NB
      Costs of rapid growth: the risk of aggression is higher for fast-growing salmon

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    58. Annicchiarico, P; Piano, E; Rhodes, I
      Heritability of, and genetic correlations among, forage and seed yield traits in Ladino white clover

      PLANT BREEDING
    59. Legere, A; Bai, YG
      Competitive attributes of A-sativa, T-aestivum, and H-vulgare are conserved in no-till cropping systems

      WEED SCIENCE
    60. Cromar, HE; Murphy, SD; Swanton, CJ
      Influence of tillage and crop residue on postdispersal predation of weed seeds

      WEED SCIENCE
    61. Paolini, R; Principi, M; Froud-Williams, RJ; Del Puglia, S; Biancardi, E
      Competition between sugarbeet and Sinapis arvensis and Chenopodium album, as affected by timing of nitrogen fertilization

      WEED RESEARCH
    62. Castro, J
      Seed mass versus seedling performance in Scots pine: a maternally dependent trait

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    63. Pasonen, HL; Pulkkinen, P; Kapyla, M; Blom, A
      Pollen-tube growth rate and seed-siring success among Betula pendula clones

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    64. Taylor, DR; Saur, MJ; Adams, E
      Pollen performance and sex-ratio evolution in a dioecious plant

      EVOLUTION
    65. Fellowes, MDE; Kraaijeveld, AR; Godfray, HCJ
      Association between feeding rate and parasitoid resistance in Drosophila melanogaster

      EVOLUTION
    66. Kreutzer, C; Lampert, W
      Exploitative competition in differently sized Daphnia species: A mechanistic explanation

      ECOLOGY
    67. Mandak, B; Pysek, P
      How does density and nutrient stress affect allometry and fruit productionin the heterocarpic species Atriplex sagittata (Chenopodiaceae)?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    68. Wulff, RD; Causin, HF; Benitez, O; Bacalini, PA
      Intraspecific variability and maternal effects in the response to nutrientaddition in Chenopodium album

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    69. Ghosh, M; Prasad, KVR; Mehta, SK; Gaur, JP
      Response of a natural phytoplankton assemblage to pulsed supply of phosphorus in semicontinuous cultures

      ANNALES DE LIMNOLOGIE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIMNOLOGY
    70. Delph, LF; Bailey, MF; Marr, DL
      Seed provisioning in gynodioecious Silene acaulis (Caryophyllaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    71. ERHARD HW; PRICE EO; DALLY MR
      COMPETITIVE ABILITY OF RAMS SELECTED FOR HIGH AND LOW-LEVELS OF SEXUAL PERFORMANCE

      Animal Science
    72. DAMSGARD B; DILL LM
      RISK-TAKING BEHAVIOR IN WEIGHT-COMPENSATING COHO SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS-KISUTCH

      Behavioral ecology
    73. FELLOWES MDE; KRAAIJEVELD AR; GODFRAY HCJ
      TRADE-OFF ASSOCIATED WITH SELECTION FOR INCREASED ABILITY TO RESIST PARASITOID ATTACK IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    74. DELPH LF; WEINIG C; SULLIVAN K
      WHY FAST-GROWING POLLEN TUBES GIVE RISE TO VIGOROUS PROGENY - THE TEST OF A NEW MECHANISM

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    75. GUPTA A; SAXENA AK; GOPAL M; TILAK KVBR
      EFFECT OF PLANT-GROWTH PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA ON COMPETITIVE ABILITYOF INTRODUCED BRADYRHIZOBIUM SP. (VIGNA) FOR NODULATION

      Microbiological research
    76. Johannsson, MH; Stephenson, AG
      Variation in sporophytic and gametophytic vigor in wild and cultivated varieties of Cucurbita pepo and their F1 and F2 generations

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    77. VLASSAK KM; LUYTEN E; VERRETH C; VANRHIJN P; BISSELING T; VANDERLEYDEN J
      THE RHIZOBIUM SP. BR816 NODO GENE CAN FUNCTION AS A DETERMINANT FOR NODULATION OF LEUCAENA-LEUCOCEPHALA, PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS, AND TRIFOLIUM-REPENS BY A DIVERSITY OF RHIZOBIUM SPP

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    78. SINGH P; MAHNA SK
      SYMBIOSIS IN NITROGEN-FIXING FABALES TREES OF DRY REGIONS OF RAJASTHAN - A REVIEW

      Arid soil research and rehabilitation
    79. CERVANTES V; ARRIAGA V; MEAVE J; CARABIAS J
      GROWTH ANALYSIS OF 9 MULTIPURPOSE WOODY LEGUMES NATIVE FROM SOUTHERN MEXICO

      Forest ecology and management
    80. HILL NM; KEDDY PA; WISHEU IC
      A HYDROLOGICAL MODEL FOR PREDICTING THE EFFECTS OF DAMS ON THE SHORELINE VEGETATION OF LAKES AND RESERVOIRS

      Environmental management
    81. Geritz, SAH
      Co-evolution of seed size and seed predation

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    82. MCELLIGOTT AG; MATTIANGELI V; MATTIELLO S; VERGA M; REYNOLDS CA; HAYDEN TJ
      FIGHTING TACTICS OF FALLOW BUCKS (DAMA-DAMA, CERVIDAE) - REDUCING THERISKS OF SERIOUS CONFLICT

      Ethology
    83. SOMMER U
      SILICATE AND THE FUNCTIONAL GEOMETRY OF MARINE-PHYTOPLANKTON

      Journal of plankton research
    84. TODOROVA M
      INFLUENCE OF SOME LR GENES FOR RESISTANCE ON THE COMPETITIVE ABILITY OF PUCCINIA-RECONDITA F SP. TRITICI RACES

      Cereal Research Communications
    85. LINDQUIST JL; MORTENSEN DA
      TOLERANCE AND VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI) SUPPRESSIVE ABILITY OF 2 OLD AND 2 MODERN CORN (ZEA-MAYS) HYBRIDS

      Weed science
    86. BONNER KI; RAHMAN A; JAMES TK; NICHOLSON KS; WARDLE DA
      RELATIVE INTRASPECIES COMPETITIVE ABILITY OF NODDING THISTLE BIOTYPESWITH VARYING RESISTANCE TO THE HERBICIDE 2,4-D

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    87. El-Keblawy, A; Lovett-Doust, J
      Persistent, non-seed-size maternal effects on life-history traits in the progeny generation in squash, Cucurbita pepo

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    88. CUTTS CJ; METCALFE NB; TAYLOR AC
      AGGRESSION AND GROWTH DEPRESSION IN JUVENILE ATLANTIC SALMON - THE CONSEQUENCES OF INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN STANDARD METABOLIC-RATE

      Journal of Fish Biology
    89. WARDLE DA; BARKER GM; BONNER KI; NICHOLSON KS
      CAN COMPARATIVE APPROACHES BASED ON PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL TRAITS PREDICT THE NATURE OF BIOTIC INTERACTIONS AND INDIVIDUAL PLANT-SPECIES EFFECTS IN ECOSYSTEMS

      Journal of Ecology
    90. TOKIMOTO K; FUKUMASANAKAI Y; MATSUMOTO T; MAEKAWA N
      SELECTION OF SHIITAKE STRAINS GREATLY COMPETITIVE TO ANTAGONISTIC FUNGI TRICHODERMA SPP

      Mokuzai Gakkaishi
    91. SUGIYAMA S
      DIFFERENTIATION IN COMPETITIVE ABILITY AND COLD TOLERANCE BETWEEN DIPLOID AND TETRAPLOID CULTIVARS IN LOLIUM-PERENNE

      Euphytica
    92. FISK MC; SCHMIDT SK; SEASTEDT TR
      TOPOGRAPHIC PATTERNS OF ABOVE-GROUND AND BELOW-GROUND PRODUCTION AND NITROGEN CYCLING IN ALPINE TUNDRA

      Ecology
    93. AIZEN MA; RAFFAELE E
      FLOWERING-SHOOT DEFOLIATION AFFECTS POLLEN GRAIN-SIZE AND POSTPOLLINATION POLLEN PERFORMANCE IN ALSTROEMERIA-AUREA

      Ecology
    94. MOJONNIER L
      NATURAL-SELECTION ON 2 SEED-SIZE TRAITS IN THE COMMON MORNING GLORY IPOMOEA-PURPUREA (CONVOLVULACEAE) - PATTERNS AND EVOLUTIONARY CONSEQUENCES

      The American naturalist
    95. SEABLOOM EW; VANDERVALK AG; MOLONEY KA
      THE ROLE OF WATER DEPTH AND SOIL-TEMPERATURE IN DETERMINING INITIAL COMPOSITION OF PRAIRIE WETLAND COENOCLINES

      Plant ecology
    96. READER RJ
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPECIES RELATIVE ABUNDANCE AND PLANT TRAITS FOR AN INFERTILE HABITAT

      Plant ecology
    97. NEMETH MB; SMITHHUERTA NL
      THE EFFECTS OF POLLEN CLUMPING ON POLLEN GERMINATION AND EARLY TUBE GROWTH IN CLARKIA-UNGUICULATA (ONAGRACEAE)

      International journal of plant sciences
    98. JOHANNSSON MH; STEPHENSON AG
      EFFECTS OF POLLINATION INTENSITY ON THE VIGOR OF THE SPOROPHYTIC AND GAMETOPHYTIC GENERATION OF CUCURBITA-TEXANA

      Sexual plant reproduction
    99. BASTIAANS L; KROPFF MJ; KEMPUCHETTY N; RAJAN A; MIGO TR
      CAN SIMULATION-MODELS HELP DESIGN RICE CULTIVARS THAT ARE MORE COMPETITIVE AGAINST WEEDS

      Field crops research
    100. ROSCH H; VANROOYEN MW; THERON GK
      COMMUNITY-LEVEL COMPETITION BETWEEN 5 NAMAQUALAND PIONEER PLANT-SPECIES

      South African journal of botany


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