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    1. Kedzie-Webb, SA; Sheley, RL; Borkowski, JJ; Jacobs, JJ
      Relationships between Centaurea maculosa and indigenous plant assemblages

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    2. Siemann, E; Rogers, WE
      Genetic differences in growth of an invasive tree species

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    3. Davis, MA; Pelsor, M
      Experimental support for a resource-based mechanistic model of invasibility

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    4. Lyons, KG; Schwartz, MW
      Rare species loss alters ecosystem function - invasion resistance

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    5. White, TA; Campbell, BD; Kemp, PD; Hunt, CL
      Impacts of extreme climatic events on competition during grassland invasions

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    6. Cadotte, MW; Lovett-Doust, J
      Ecological and taxonomic differences between native and introduced plants of southwestern Ontario

      ECOSCIENCE
    7. Ehrenfeld, JG; Kourtev, P; Huang, WZ
      Changes in soil functions following invasions of exotic understory plants in deciduous forests

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    8. Maron, JL; Jeffries, RL
      Restoring enriched grasslands: Effects of mowing on species richness, productivity, and nitrogen retention

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    9. Larson, DL; Anderson, PJ; Newton, W
      Alien plant invasion in mixed-grass prairie: Effects of vegetation type and anthropogenic disturbance

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    10. Gabriel, AGA; Chown, SL; Barendse, J; Marshall, DJ; Mercer, RD; Pugh, PJA; Smith, VR
      Biological invasions of Southern Ocean islands: the Collembola of Marion Island as a test of generalities

      ECOGRAPHY
    11. Diemer, M; Schmid, B
      Effects of biodiversity loss and disturbance on the survival and performance of two Ranunculus species with differing clonal architectures

      ECOGRAPHY
    12. Cadenasso, ML; Pickett, STA
      Effect of edge structure on the flux of species into forest interiors

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    13. Aguiar, FC; Ferreira, MT; Moreira, I
      Exotic and native vegetation establishment following channelization of a western Iberian river

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    14. Moore, JL; Mouquet, N; Lawton, JH; Loreau, M
      Coexistence, saturation and invasion resistance in simulated plant assemblages

      OIKOS
    15. Smith, MD; Knapp, AK
      Size of the local species pool determines invasibility of a C-4-dominated grassland

      OIKOS
    16. Mazia, CN; Chaneton, EJ; Ghersa, CM; Leon, RJC
      Limits to tree species invasion in pampean grassland and forest plant communities

      OECOLOGIA
    17. Masters, RA; Sheley, RL
      Principles and practices for managing rangeland invasive plants

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    18. Buckland, SM; Thompson, K; Hodgson, JG; Grime, JP
      Grassland invasions: effects of manipulations of climate and management

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    19. Anderson, JE; Inouye, RS
      Landscape-scale changes in plant species abundance and biodiversity of a sagebrush steppe over 45 years

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    20. Thompson, JN; Reichman, OJ; Morin, PJ; Polis, GA; Power, ME; Sterner, RW; Couch, CA; Gough, L; Holt, R; Hooper, DU; Keesing, F; Lovell, CR; Milne, BT; Molles, MC; Roberts, DW; Strauss, SY
      Frontiers of ecology

      BIOSCIENCE
    21. Burger, JC; Patten, MA; Prentice, TR; Redak, RA
      Evidence for spider community resilience to invasion by non-native spiders

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    22. Lindenmayer, DB; McCarthy, MA
      The spatial distribution of non-native plant invaders in a pine-eucalypt landscape mosaic in south-eastern Australia

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    23. Frenot, Y; Gloaguen, JC; Masse, L; Lebouvier, M
      Human activities, ecosystem disturbance and plant invasions in subantarctic Crozet, Kerguelen and Amsterdam Islands

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    24. Vila, M; Pujadas, J
      Land-use and socio-economic correlates of plant invasions in European and North African countries

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    25. Barrat-Segretain, MH
      Invasive species in the Rhone River floodplain (France): replacement of Elodea canadensis Michaux by E-nuttalli St. John in two former river channels

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    26. Richardson, DM; Allsopp, N; D'Antonio, CM; Milton, SJ; Rejmanek, M
      Plant invasions - the role of mutualisms

      BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
    27. Willis, AJ; Memmott, J; Forrester, RI
      Is there evidence for the post-invasion evolution of increased size among invasive plant species?

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    28. Fox, JW; McGrady-Steed, J; Petchey, OL
      Testing for local species saturation with nonindependent regional species pools

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    29. Rejmanek, M
      Invasive plants: approaches and predictions

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    30. Prieur-Richard, AH; Lavorel, S
      Invasions: the perspective of diverse plant communities

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    31. Kupferschmid, AD; Stampfli, A; Newbery, DM
      Dispersal and microsite limitation in an abandoned calcareous grassland ofthe southern prealps

      FOLIA GEOBOTANICA
    32. Stadler, J; Trefflich, A; Klotz, S; Brandl, R
      Exotic plant species invade diversity hot spots: the alien flora of northwestern Kenya

      ECOGRAPHY
    33. Joly, P
      Biological invasions - State of the art and perspectives

      REVUE D ECOLOGIE-LA TERRE ET LA VIE
    34. Prieur-Richard, AH; Lavorel, S
      Do more diverse plant communities greater resistance to invasions?

      REVUE D ECOLOGIE-LA TERRE ET LA VIE
    35. Ruiz, GM; Fofonoff, PW; Carlton, JT; Wonham, MJ; Hines, AH
      Invasion of coastal marine communities in North America: Apparent patterns, processes, and biases

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS
    36. Hertling, UM; Lubke, RA
      Assessing the potential for biological invasion - the case of Ammophila arenaria in South Africa

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    37. Levine, JM
      Species diversity and biological invasions: Relating local process to community pattern

      SCIENCE
    38. Naeem, S; Knops, JMH; Tilman, D; Howe, KM; Kennedy, T; Gale, S
      Plant diversity increases resistance to invasion in the absence of covarying extrinsic factors

      OIKOS
    39. Jakobsson, A; Eriksson, O
      A comparative study of seed number, seed size, seedling size and recruitment in grassland plants

      OIKOS
    40. Turnbull, LA; Crawley, MJ; Rees, M
      Are plant populations seed-limited? A review of seed sowing experiments

      OIKOS
    41. Davis, MA; Grime, JP; Thompson, K
      Fluctuating resources in plant communities: a general theory of invasibility

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    42. Ehrlen, J; Eriksson, O
      Dispersal limitation and patch occupancy in forest herbs

      ECOLOGY
    43. Jansson, R; Nilsson, C; Renofalt, B
      Fragmentation of riparian floras in rivers with multiple dams

      ECOLOGY
    44. Shurin, JB
      Dispersal limitation, invasion resistance, and the structure of pond zooplankton communities

      ECOLOGY
    45. Symstad, AJ
      A test of the effects of functional group richness and composition on grassland invasibility

      ECOLOGY
    46. Diehl, S; Feissel, M
      Effects of enrichment on three-level food chains with omnivory

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    47. Knops, JMH; Tilman, D; Haddad, NM; Naeem, S; Mitchell, CE; Haarstad, J; Ritchie, ME; Howe, KM; Reich, PB; Siemann, E; Groth, J
      Effects of plant species richness on invasion dynamics, disease outbreaks,insect abundances and diversity

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    48. Crawley, MJ; Brown, SL; Heard, MS; Edwards, GR
      Invasion-resistance in experimental grassland communities: species richness or species identity?

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    49. Winkler, E; Fischer, M
      Two fitness measures for clonal plants and the importance of spatial aspects

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    50. Stampfli, A; Zeiter, M
      Plant species decline due to abandonment of meadows cannot easily be reversed by mowing. A case study from the southern Alps

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    51. Higgins, SI; Richardson, DM; Cowling, RM; Trinder-Smith, TH
      Predicting the landscape-scale distribution of alien plants and their threat to plant diversity

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    52. Nishimura, K; Hoshino, N
      Evolution of cannibalism in the larval stage of pelagic fish

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    53. Rejmanek, M
      Holocene invasions: finally the resolution ecologists were waiting for!

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    54. Stachowicz, JJ; Whitlatch, RB; Osman, RW
      Species diversity and invasion resistance in a marine ecosystem

      SCIENCE
    55. Smith, MD; Knapp, AK
      Exotic plant species in a C-4-dominated grassland: invasibility, disturbance, and community structure

      OECOLOGIA
    56. Rose, AB; Frampton, CM
      Effects of microsite characteristics on Hieracium seedling establishment in tall- and short-tussock grasslands, Marlborough, New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    57. Jacobs, JS; Sheley, RL
      Spotted knapweed, forb, and grass response to 2,4-D and N-fertilizer

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    58. Jacobs, JS; Sheley, RL
      Competition and niche partitioning among Pseudoroegneria spicata, Hedysarum boreale, and Centaurea maculosa

      GREAT BASIN NATURALIST
    59. Tilman, D
      The ecological consequences of changes in biodiversity: A search for general principles

      ECOLOGY
    60. Ferriere, R; Cazelles, B
      Universal power laws govern intermittent rarity in communities of interacting species

      ECOLOGY
    61. Lonsdale, WM
      Global patterns of plant invasions and the concept of invasibility

      ECOLOGY
    62. Stohlgren, TJ; Binkley, D; Chong, GW; Kalkhan, MA; Schell, LD; Bull, KA; Otsuki, Y; Newman, G; Bashkin, M; Son, Y
      Exotic plant species invade hot spots of native plant diversity

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    63. PLATT WJ; PEET RK
      ECOLOGICAL CONCEPTS IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY - LESSONS FROM SOUTHEASTERN US ECOSYSTEMS

      Ecological applications
    64. CANTRELL RS; COSNER C
      ON THE EFFECTS OF SPATIAL HETEROGENEITY ON THE PERSISTENCE OF INTERACTING SPECIES

      Journal of mathematical biology
    65. Rose, AB; Basher, LR; Wiser, SK; Platt, KH; Lynn, IH
      Factors predisposing short-tussock grasslands to Hieracium invasion in Marlborough, New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    66. Eriksson, O; Jakobsson, A
      Abundance, distribution and life histories of grassland plants: a comparative study of 81 species

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    67. WISER SK; ALLEN RB; CLINTON PW; PLATT KH
      COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND FOREST INVASION BY AN EXOTIC HERB OVER 23 YEARS

      Ecology
    68. STOHLGREN TJ; BULL KA; OTSUKI Y; VILLA CA; LEE M
      RIPARIAN ZONES AS HAVENS FOR EXOTIC PLANT-SPECIES IN THE CENTRAL GRASSLANDS

      Plant ecology
    69. HIGGINS SI; RICHARDSON DM
      PINE INVASIONS IN THE SOUTHERN-HEMISPHERE - MODELING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ORGANISM, ENVIRONMENT AND DISTURBANCE

      Plant ecology
    70. BURKE MJW; GRIME JP
      AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY OF PLANT COMMUNITY INVASIBILITY

      Ecology
    71. CASE TJ
      GLOBAL PATTERNS IN THE ESTABLISHMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF EXOTIC BIRDS

      Biological Conservation
    72. PYSEK P; PYSEK A
      INVASION BY HERACLEUM-MANTEGAZZIANUM IN DIFFERENT HABITATS IN THE CZECH-REPUBLIC

      Journal of vegetation science
    73. ROBINSON GR; QUINN JF; STANTON ML
      INVASIBILITY OF EXPERIMENTAL HABITAT ISLANDS IN A CALIFORNIA WINTER ANNUAL GRASSLAND

      Ecology
    74. KNOPS JMH; GRIFFIN JR; ROYALTY AC
      INTRODUCED AND NATIVE PLANTS OF THE HASTINGS RESERVATION, CENTRAL COASTAL CALIFORNIA - A COMPARISON

      Biological Conservation
    75. SMALLWOOD KS
      SITE INVASIBILITY BY EXOTIC BIRDS AND MAMMALS

      Biological Conservation


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