SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Augspurger, C.K. (1983) Seed dispersal of the tropical tree, Platypodium elegans, and the escape of its seedlings from fungal pathogens. Journal of Ecology, 71, 759771.
  • Bartolome, J.W., Klukkert, S.E. & Barry, W.J. (1986) Opal phytoliths as evidence for displacement of native Californian grassland. Madroño, 33, 217222.
  • Bisnieks, M., Kvarnheden, A., Sigvald, R. & Valkonen, J.P.T. (2004) Molecular diversity of the coat protein-encoding region of Barley yellow dwarf virus-PAV and Barley yellow dwarf virus-MAV from Latvia and Sweden. Archives of Virology, 149, 843853.
  • Biswell, H.H. & Graham, C.A. (1956) Plant counts and seed production on California annual-type ranges. Journal of Range Management, 9, 116118.
  • Bremer, D.J., Auen, L.M., Ham, J.M. & Owensby, C.E. (2001) Evapotranspiration in a prairie ecosystem: effects of grazing by cattle. Agronomy Journal, 93, 338348.
  • Callaway, R.M., Newingham, B., Zabinski, C.A. & Mahall, B.E. (2001) Compensatory growth and competitive ability of an invasive weed are enhanced by soil fungi and native neighbours. Ecology Letters, 4, 429433.
  • Catherall, P.L. (1966) Effects of barley yellow dwarf virus on the growth and yield of single plants and simulated swards of perennial rye-grass. Annals of Applied Biology, 57, 155162.
  • Chapin, F.S., III & McNaughton, S.J. (1989) Lack of compensatory growth under phosphorus deficiency in grazing-adapted grasses from the Serengeti Plains. Oecologia, 79, 551557.
  • Clements, F.E. (1934) The relict method in dynamic ecology. Journal of Ecology, 22, 3968.
  • Corbin, J.D. & D’Antonio, C.M. (2004) Competition between native perennial and exotic annual grasses: implications for an historical invasion. Ecology, 85, 12731283.
  • Coughenour, M.B., McNaughton, S.J. & Wallace, L.L. (1985) Responses of an African graminoid (Themeda traindra Forsk.) to frequent defoliation, nitrogen, and water: a limit of adaptation to herbivory. Oikos, 68, 8086.
  • Davis, F.W., Stoms, D.M., Hollander, A.D., Thomas, K.A., Stine, P.A., Odion, D., Borchert, M.I., Thorne, J.H., Grey, M.V., Walker, R.E., Warner, K. & Graae, J. (1998) The California Gap Analysis Project – Final Report. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. [http://www.biogeog.ucsb.edu/projects/gap/gap_rep.html].
  • Dyer, A.R. & Rice, K.J. (1997) Intraspecific and diffuse competition: the response of Nassella pulchra in a California grassland. Ecological Applications, 7, 484492.
  • Dyer, A.R. & Rice, K.J. (1999) Effects of competition on resource availability and growth of a California bunchgrass. Ecology, 80, 26972710.
  • Edwards, S.W. (1992) Observations on the prehistory and ecology of grazing in California. Fremontia, 20, 311.
  • Esau, K. (1957) Phloem degeneration in Gramineae affected by the barley yellow-dwarf virus. American Journal of Botany, 44, 245251.
  • Fraile, A., Escriu, F., Aranda, M.A., Malpica, J.M., Gibbs, A.J. & García-Arenal, F. (1997) A century of tobamovirus evolution in an Australian population of Nicotiana glauca. Journal of Virology, 71, 83168320.
  • Garrett, K.A., Dendy, S.P., Power, A.G., Blaisdell, G.K., Alexander, H.M. & McCarron, J.K. (2004) Barley yellow dwarf disease in natural populations of dominant tallgrass prairie species in Kansas. Plant Disease, 88, 574.
  • Griesbach, J.A., Falk, B.W. & Valverde, R.A. (1990a) Incidence of barley yellow dwarf viruses in California cereals. Plant Disease, 74, 111114.
  • Griesbach, J.A., Steffenson, B.J., Brown, M.P., Falk, B.W. & Webster, R.K. (1990b) Infection of grasses by barley yellow dwarf viruses in California. Crop Science, 30, 11731177.
  • Guy, P.L., Johnstone, G.R. & Morris, D.I. (1987) Barley yellow dwarf virus in, and aphids on, grasses (including cereals) in Tasmania. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 38, 139152.
  • Haber, S. (1995) Interactions of barley yellow dwarf viruses: cross-protection with other pathogens and interactions with other pathogens and abiotic factors. Barley Yellow Dwarf: 40 Years of Progress (eds C.J.D’ Arcy & P.A.Burnett), pp. 145164. The American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • Hamilton, J.G. (1997) Changing perceptions of pre-European grasslands in California. Madroño, 44, 311333.
  • Hamilton, J.G., Holzapfel, C. & Mahall, B.E. (1999) Coexistence and interference between a native perennial grass and non-native annual grasses in California. Oecologia, 121, 518526.
  • Heady, H.F. (1977) Valley grassland. Terrestrial Vegetation of California (eds M.G.Barbour & J.Major), pp. 491514. John Wiley & Sons, New York.
  • Holmes, T.H. & Rice, K.J. (1996) Patterns of growth and soil-water utilization in some exotic annuals and native perennial bunchgrasses of California. Annals of Botany, 78, 233243.
  • Holt, R.D. (1977) Predation, apparent competition, and the structure of prey communities. Theoretical Population Biology, 12, 197229.
  • Irwin, M.E. & Thresh, J.M. (1990) Epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf: a study in ecological complexity. Annual Review of Phytopathology, 28, 393424.
  • Jackson, L.E. & Roy, J. (1986) Growth patterns of Mediterranean annual and perennial grasses under simulated rainfall regimes of southern France and California. Acta Oecologia, 7, 191212.
  • Jensen, S.G. & D’Arcy, C.J. (1995) Effects of barley yellow dwarf on host plants. Barley Yellow Dwarf: 40 Years of Progress (eds C.J.D’Arcy & P.A.Burnett), pp. 5574. The American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • Kolb, F.L., Cooper, N.K., Hewings, A.D., Bauske, F.M. & Teyker, R.H. (1991) Effects of barley yellow dwarf virus on root growth in spring oat. Plant Disease, 75, 143145.
  • Kula, A.A.R., Hartnett, D.C. & Wilson, G.W.T. (2005) Effects of mycorrhizal symbiosis on tallgrass prairie plant–herbivore interactions. Ecology Letters, 8, 6169.
  • Lindsten, K. & Gerhardson, B. (1969) Investigations on barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) in leys in Sweden. Meddelanden, 14, 261280.
  • Littell, R.C., Milliken, G.A., Stroup, W.W. & Wolfinger, R.D. (1996) SAS System for Mixed Models. SAS Institute Inc, Cary, North Carolina.
  • Lubchenco, J. (1978) Plant species diversity in a marine intertidal community: importance of herbivore food preference and algal competitive abilities. American Naturalist, 112, 2339.
  • MacClement, W.D. & Richards, M.G. (1956) Virus in wild plants. Canadian Journal of Botany, 34, 793799.
  • Malmstrom, C.M. (1998) Barley yellow dwarf virus in native California grasses. Grasslands, 8 (1), 610.
  • Malmstrom, C.M. & Field, C.B. (1997) Virus-induced differences in the response of oat plants to elevated carbon dioxide. Plant, Cell, and Environment, 20, 178188.
  • Malmstrom, C.M., Hughes, C.C., Newton, L.A. & Stoner, C.J. (2005a) Virus infection in remnant native bunchgrasses from invaded California grasslands. New Phytologist, 168, 217230.
  • Malmstrom, C.M., McCullough, A.J., Newton, L.A., Johnson, H.A. & Borer, E.T. (2005b) Invasive annual grasses indirectly increase virus incidence in California native perennial bunchgrasses. Oecologia, 145, 153164.
  • Malmstrom, C.M. & Shu, R. (2004) Multiplexed RT-PCR for streamlined detection and separation of barley and cereal yellow dwarf viruses. Journal of Virological Methods, 120, 6978.
  • Maskell, L.C., Raybould, A.F., Cooper, J.I., Edwards, M.-L. & Gray, A.J. (1999) Effects of turnip mosaic virus and turnip yellow mosaic virus on the survival, growth and reproduction of wild cabbage (Brassica oleracea). Annals of Applied Biology, 135, 401407.
  • Nienhaus, F. & Castello, J.D. (1989) Viruses in forest trees. Annual Review of Phytopathology, 27, 165186.
  • Oswald, J.W. & Houston, B.R. (1951) A new virus disease of cereals, transmissible by aphids. Plant Disease Reporter, 35, 471475.
  • Packer, A. & Clay, K. (2000) Soil pathogens and spatial patterns of seedling mortality in a temperate tree. Nature, 404, 278281.
  • Painter, E.L. (1995) Threats to the California flora: ungulate grazers and browsers. Madroño, 42, 180188.
  • Pike, K.S., Allison, D., Boydston, L., Qualset, C.O., Vogt, H.E. & Summers, C.G. (1989) Suction trap reveals 60 wheat aphid species, including Russian wheat aphid. California Agriculture, 43, 2224.
  • Raybould, A.F., Maskell, L.C., Edwards, M.-L., Cooper, J.I. & Gray, A.J. (1999) The prevalence and spatial distribution of viruses in natural populations of Brassica oleracea. New Phytologist, 141, 265275.
  • Seabloom, E.W., Harpole, W.S., Reichman, O.J. & Tilman, D. (2003) Invasion, competitive dominance, and resource use by exotic and native California grassland species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, 100, 1338413389.
  • Stokes, M.E., Davis, C.S. & Koch, G.G. (2000) Categorical Data Analysis Using the SAS System. SAS Institute Inc, Cary, North Carolina.
  • Stromberg, M.R. & Griffin, J.R. (1996) Long-term patterns in coastal California grasslands in relation to cultivation, gophers, and grazing. Ecological Applications, 6, 11891211.
  • Stromberg, M.R. & Kephart, P. (1996) Restoring native grasses in California old fields. Restoration and Management Notes, 14, 102111.
  • White, K.L. (1967) Native bunchgrass (Stipa pulchra) on Hastings Reservation, California. Ecology, 48, 949955.
  • Yahara, T. & Oyama, K. (1993) Effects of virus infection on demographic traits of an agamospermous population of Eupatorium chinense (Asteraceae). Oecologia, 96, 310315.