SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    V. C. Coats, K. N. Pelletreau, M. E. Rumpho, Amplicon pyrosequencing reveals the soil microbial diversity associated with invasive Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii DC.), Molecular Ecology, 2014, 23, 6
  2. 2
    Ted D. Center, F. Allen Dray, Elizabeth D. Mattison, Philip W. Tipping, Min B. Rayamajhi, Bottom-up effects on top-down regulation of a floating aquatic plant by two weevil species: the context-specific nature of biological control, Journal of Applied Ecology, 2014, 51, 3
  3. 3
    Aaron S. Weed, Mark Schwarzländer, Density dependence, precipitation and biological control agent herbivory influence landscape-scale dynamics of the invasive Eurasian plant Linaria dalmatica, Journal of Applied Ecology, 2014, 51, 3
  4. 4
    S. Kimball, J. R. Gremer, G. A. Barron-Gafford, A. L. Angert, T. E. Huxman, D. L. Venable, High water-use efficiency and growth contribute to success of non-native Erodium cicutarium in a Sonoran Desert winter annual community, Conservation Physiology, 2014, 2, 1, cou006

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    Wayne Dawson, Annamaria Bottini, Markus Fischer, Mark van Kleunen, Eva Knop, Little evidence for release from herbivores as a driver of plant invasiveness from a multi-species herbivore-removal experiment, Oikos, 2014, 123, 7
  6. 6
    John L. Maron, Harald Auge, Dean E. Pearson, Lotte Korell, Isabell Hensen, Katharine N. Suding, Claudia Stein, Staged invasions across disparate grasslands: effects of seed provenance, consumers and disturbance on productivity and species richness, Ecology Letters, 2014, 17, 4
  7. 7
    Tina Heger, Anna T. Pahl, Zoltan Botta-Dukát, Francesca Gherardi, Christina Hoppe, Ivan Hoste, Kurt Jax, Leena Lindström, Pieter Boets, Sylvia Haider, Johannes Kollmann, Meike J. Wittmann, Jonathan M. Jeschke, Conceptual Frameworks and Methods for Advancing Invasion Ecology, AMBIO, 2013, 42, 5, 527

    CrossRef

  8. 8
    Alexandra Erfmeier, Constraints and release at different scales – The role of adaptation in biological invasions, Basic and Applied Ecology, 2013, 14, 4, 281

    CrossRef

  9. 9
    Alejandro Ordonez, Han Olff, Do alien plant species profit more from high resource supply than natives? A trait-based analysis, Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2013, 22, 6
  10. 10
    Petr Dostál, Eric Allan, Wayne Dawson, Mark Kleunen, Igor Bartish, Markus Fischer, Enemy damage of exotic plant species is similar to that of natives and increases with productivity, Journal of Ecology, 2013, 101, 2
  11. 11
    Sabrina Kumschick, Ruth A. Hufbauer, Christina Alba, Dana M. Blumenthal, Evolution of fast-growing and more resistant phenotypes in introduced common mullein (Verbascum thapsus), Journal of Ecology, 2013, 101, 2
  12. You have free access to this content12
    Xiao-Yun PAN, Xin JIA, Dong-Jing FU, Bo LI, Geographical diversification of growth–defense strategies in an invasive plant, Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 2013, 51, 3
  13. 13
    Lindsay M. Dreiss, John C. Volin, Influence of leaf phenology and site nitrogen on invasive species establishment in temperate deciduous forest understories, Forest Ecology and Management, 2013, 296, 1

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Christoph Kueffer, Petr Pyšek, David M. Richardson, Integrative invasion science: model systems, multi-site studies, focused meta-analysis and invasion syndromes, New Phytologist, 2013, 200, 3
  15. 15
    Matthew S. Kornis, Sapna Sharma, M. Jake Vander Zanden, Invasion success and impact of an invasive fish, round goby, in Great Lakes tributaries, Diversity and Distributions, 2013, 19, 2
  16. You have free access to this content16
    Cascade J. B. Sorte, Ines Ibáñez, Dana M. Blumenthal, Nicole A. Molinari, Luke P. Miller, Edwin D. Grosholz, Jeffrey M. Diez, Carla M. D'Antonio, Julian D. Olden, Sierra J. Jones, Jeffrey S. Dukes, Poised to prosper? A cross-system comparison of climate change effects on native and non-native species performance, Ecology Letters, 2013, 16, 2
  17. 17
    Christina Alba, Ryan Prioreschi, Carolina Quintero, Population and leaf-level variation of iridoid glycosides in the invasive weed Verbascum thapsus L. (common mullein): implications for herbivory by generalist insects, Chemoecology, 2013, 23, 2, 83

    CrossRef

  18. 18
    Anthony Ricciardi, Martha F. Hoopes, Michael P. Marchetti, Julie L. Lockwood, Progress toward understanding the ecological impacts of nonnative species, Ecological Monographs, 2013, 83, 3, 263

    CrossRef

  19. 19
    MATHILDE POYET, SEBASTIEN HAVARD, GENEVIEVE PREVOST, OLIVIER CHABRERIE, GERALDINE DOURY, PATRICIA GIBERT, PATRICE ESLIN, Resistance of Drosophila suzukii to the larval parasitoids Leptopilina heterotoma and Asobara japonica is related to haemocyte load, Physiological Entomology, 2013, 38, 1
  20. 20
    Daizy Batish, Harminder Singh, Shalinder Kaur, Ravinder Kohli, Invasive Plant Ecology, 2013,

    CrossRef

  21. 21
    Stan Chabert, Roland Allemand, Mathilde Poyet, Patrice Eslin, Patricia Gibert, Ability of European parasitoids (Hymenoptera) to control a new invasive Asiatic pest, Drosophila suzukii, Biological Control, 2012, 63, 1, 40

    CrossRef

  22. 22
    Ruth A. Hufbauer, Benoît Facon, Virginie Ravigné, Julie Turgeon, Julien Foucaud, Carol E. Lee, Olivier Rey, Arnaud Estoup, Anthropogenically induced adaptation to invade (AIAI): contemporary adaptation to human-altered habitats within the native range can promote invasions, Evolutionary Applications, 2012, 5, 1
  23. 23
    J. Sun, M. Wang, H. Wang, H. Zhang, X. Zhang, V. Thiyagarajan, P. Y. Qian, J. W. Qiu, De novo assembly of the transcriptome of an invasive snail and its multiple ecological applications, Molecular Ecology Resources, 2012, 12, 6
  24. 24
    Amparo Carrillo-Gavilán, Xoaquín Moreira, Rafael Zas, Montserrat Vilà, Luis Sampedro, Early resistance of alien and native pines against two native generalist insect herbivores: no support for the natural enemy hypothesis, Functional Ecology, 2012, 26, 1
  25. 25
    Xiao-Yun Pan, Xin Jia, Jia-Kuan Chen, Bo Li, For or against: the importance of variation in growth rate for testing the EICA hypothesis, Biological Invasions, 2012, 14, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  26. 26
    Timothy D. Kramer, Robert J. Warren, Yaya Tang, Mark A. Bradford, Grass Invasions Across a Regional Gradient are Associated with Declines in Belowground Carbon Pools, Ecosystems, 2012, 15, 8, 1271

    CrossRef

  27. 27
    David M. Richardson, Petr Pyšek, Naturalization of introduced plants: ecological drivers of biogeographical patterns, New Phytologist, 2012, 196, 2
  28. 28
    Sarah L. Hall, Rebecca L. McCulley, Robert J. Barney, Restoration of Native Warm Season Grassland Species in a Tall Fescue Pasture Using Prescribed Fire and Herbicides, Restoration Ecology, 2012, 20, 2
  29. 29
    Mary A. Jamieson, M. Deane Bowers, Soil nitrogen availability and herbivore attack influence the chemical defenses of an invasive plant (Linaria dalmatica; Plantaginaceae), Chemoecology, 2012, 22, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  30. 30
    Mary A. Jamieson, David Knochel, Adriana Manrique, Timothy R. Seastedt, Top-down and bottom-up controls on Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica) performance along the Colorado Front Range, USA, Plant Ecology, 2012, 213, 2, 185

    CrossRef

  31. 31
    Jordana J. LaFantasie, Stephen F. Enloe, Competitive Ability of Black Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) When Grown with Three Native Grasses, Invasive Plant Science and Management, 2011, 4, 1, 159

    CrossRef

  32. 32
    J.-W. Qiu, M. T. Chan, K. L. Kwong, J. Sun, Consumption, survival and growth in the invasive freshwater snail Pomacea canaliculata: does food freshness matter?, Journal of Molluscan Studies, 2011, 77, 2, 189

    CrossRef

  33. 33
    J. Gurevitch, G. A. Fox, G. M. Wardle,   Inderjit, D. Taub, Emergent insights from the synthesis of conceptual frameworks for biological invasions, Ecology Letters, 2011, 14, 4
  34. 34
    Lewis H. Ziska, Dana M. Blumenthal, G. Brett Runion, E. Raymond Hunt, Hilda Diaz-Soltero, Invasive species and climate change: an agronomic perspective, Climatic Change, 2011, 105, 1-2, 13

    CrossRef

  35. 35
    Maarten B. Eppinga, Matthew A. Kaproth, Alexandra R. Collins, Jane Molofsky, Litter feedbacks, evolutionary change and exotic plant invasion, Journal of Ecology, 2011, 99, 2
  36. 36
    T.R. Seastedt, Petr Pyšek, Mechanisms of Plant Invasions of North American and European Grasslands, Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 2011, 42, 1, 133

    CrossRef

  37. 37
    Kerinne J Harvey, David R Britton, Todd E Minchinton, Mortality of a herbivorous insect is greater on non-indigenous congeneric compared to native rush in coastal salt marsh, Australian Journal of Entomology, 2011, 50, 1
  38. You have free access to this content38
    María-José Endara, Phyllis D. Coley, The resource availability hypothesis revisited: a meta-analysis, Functional Ecology, 2011, 25, 2
  39. 39
    Laurent Jean Lamarque, Sylvain Delzon, Christopher James Lortie, Tree invasions: a comparative test of the dominant hypotheses and functional traits, Biological Invasions, 2011, 13, 9, 1969

    CrossRef

  40. 40
    James Patrick Cronin, Stephen J. Tonsor, Walter P. Carson, A simultaneous test of trophic interaction models: which vegetation characteristic explains herbivore control over plant community mass?, Ecology Letters, 2010, 13, 2
  41. 41
    Dong Xie, Dan Yu, Ling-Fei Yu, Chun-Hua Liu, Asexual propagations of introduced exotic macrophytes Elodea nuttallii, Myriophyllum aquaticum, and M. propinquum are improved by nutrient-rich sediments in China, Hydrobiologia, 2010, 655, 1, 37

    CrossRef

  42. 42
    Eva Grotkopp, Jennifer Erskine-Ogden, Marcel Rejmánek, Assessing potential invasiveness of woody horticultural plant species using seedling growth rate traits, Journal of Applied Ecology, 2010, 47, 6
  43. 43
    Angélica L. González, John S. Kominoski, Michael Danger, Seiji Ishida, Noriko Iwai, Anja Rubach, Can ecological stoichiometry help explain patterns of biological invasions?, Oikos, 2010, 119, 5
  44. 44
    Matteo Garbelotto, Rachel Linzer, Giovanni Nicolotti, Paolo Gonthier, Comparing the influences of ecological and evolutionary factors on the successful invasion of a fungal forest pathogen, Biological Invasions, 2010, 12, 4, 943

    CrossRef

  45. 45
    JOHN C. MAERZ, JILLIAN S. COHEN, BERND BLOSSEY, Does detritus quality predict the effect of native and non-native plants on the performance of larval amphibians?, Freshwater Biology, 2010, 55, 8
  46. 46
    John C. Volin, Eric L. Kruger, Valeria C. Volin, Michael F. Tobin, Kaoru Kitajima, Does release from natural belowground enemies help explain the invasiveness of Lygodium microphyllum? A cross-continental comparison, Plant Ecology, 2010, 208, 2, 223

    CrossRef

  47. 47
    Martin L. Henery, Gillianne Bowman, Patrik Mráz, Urs A. Treier, Emilie Gex-Fabry, Urs Schaffner, Heinz Müller-Schärer, Evidence for a combination of pre-adapted traits and rapid adaptive change in the invasive plant Centaurea stoebe, Journal of Ecology, 2010, 98, 4
  48. 48
    Colin M. Orians, David Ward, Evolution of Plant Defenses in Nonindigenous Environments, Annual Review of Entomology, 2010, 55, 1, 439

    CrossRef

  49. 49
    Pedro M. Tognetti, Enrique J. Chaneton, Marina Omacini, Hernán J. Trebino, Rolando J.C. León, Exotic vs. native plant dominance over 20years of old-field succession on set-aside farmland in Argentina, Biological Conservation, 2010, 143, 11, 2494

    CrossRef

  50. 50
    William Tonn, Matthew S. Kornis, M. Jake Vander Zanden, Forecasting the distribution of the invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in Wisconsin tributaries to Lake Michigan, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2010, 67, 3, 553

    CrossRef

  51. 51
    Alejandro Ordonez, Ian J. Wright, Han Olff, Functional differences between native and alien species: a global-scale comparison, Functional Ecology, 2010, 24, 6
  52. You have free access to this content52
    Paula A. Tecco, Sandra Díaz, Marcelo Cabido, Carlos Urcelay, Functional traits of alien plants across contrasting climatic and land-use regimes: do aliens join the locals or try harder than them?, Journal of Ecology, 2010, 98, 1
  53. 53
    MICHAEL S. STRICKLAND, JAYNA L. DEVORE, JOHN C. MAERZ, MARK A. BRADFORD, Grass invasion of a hardwood forest is associated with declines in belowground carbon pools, Global Change Biology, 2010, 16, 4
  54. 54
    Dominique G. Roche, Brian Leung, Edgar F. Mendoza Franco, Mark E. Torchin, Higher parasite richness, abundance and impact in native versus introduced cichlid fishes, International Journal for Parasitology, 2010, 40, 13, 1525

    CrossRef

  55. 55
    James Patrick Cronin, Miranda E. Welsh, Martin G. Dekkers, Samuel T. Abercrombie, Charles E. Mitchell, Host physiological phenotype explains pathogen reservoir potential, Ecology Letters, 2010, 13, 10
  56. 56
    Michelle R. Leishman, Vivien P. Thomson, Julia Cooke, Native and exotic invasive plants have fundamentally similar carbon capture strategies, Journal of Ecology, 2010, 98, 1
  57. 57
    John L. Orrock, Robert D. Holt, Marissa L. Baskett, Refuge-mediated apparent competition in plant–consumer interactions, Ecology Letters, 2010, 13, 1
  58. 58
    Young Jin Chun, Mark Van Kleunen, Wayne Dawson, The role of enemy release, tolerance and resistance in plant invasions: linking damage to performance, Ecology Letters, 2010, 13, 8
  59. 59
    Jennifer E. Lee, Steven L. Chown, Breaching the dispersal barrier to invasion: quantification and management, Ecological Applications, 2009, 19, 7, 1944

    CrossRef

  60. 60
    F. Parker-Allie, C. F. Musil, W. Thuiller, Effects of climate warming on the distributions of invasive Eurasian annual grasses: a South African perspective, Climatic Change, 2009, 94, 1-2, 87

    CrossRef

  61. 61
    Wim H. van der Putten, R. D. Bardgett, P. C. de Ruiter, W. H. G. Hol, K. M. Meyer, T. M. Bezemer, M. A. Bradford, S. Christensen, M. B. Eppinga, T. Fukami, L. Hemerik, J. Molofsky, M. Schädler, C. Scherber, S. Y. Strauss, M. Vos, D. A. Wardle, Empirical and theoretical challenges in aboveground–belowground ecology, Oecologia, 2009, 161, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  62. 62
    Wayne Dawson, David F. R. P. Burslem, Philip E. Hulme, Herbivory is related to taxonomic isolation, but not to invasiveness of tropical alien plants, Diversity and Distributions, 2009, 15, 1
  63. 63
    Melissa R. Martin, Philip W. Tipping, James O. Sickman, Invasion by an exotic tree alters above and belowground ecosystem components, Biological Invasions, 2009, 11, 8, 1883

    CrossRef

  64. 64
    Hua Yu, Wei-Ming He, Jian Liu, Shi-Li Miao, Ming Dong, Native Cuscuta campestris restrains exotic Mikania micrantha and enhances soil resources beneficial to natives in the invaded communities, Biological Invasions, 2009, 11, 4, 835

    CrossRef

  65. 65
    Jane A. Catford, Roland Jansson, Christer Nilsson, Reducing redundancy in invasion ecology by integrating hypotheses into a single theoretical framework, Diversity and Distributions, 2009, 15, 1
  66. 66
    M. J. A. Vermeij, T. B. Smith, M. L. Dailer, C. M. Smith, Release from native herbivores facilitates the persistence of invasive marine algae: a biogeographical comparison of the relative contribution of nutrients and herbivory to invasion success, Biological Invasions, 2009, 11, 6, 1463

    CrossRef

  67. 67
    Hua Yu, Jian Liu, Wei-Ming He, Shi-Li Miao, Ming Dong, Restraints onMikania micranthabyCuscuta campestrisfacilitates restoration of the disturbed ecosystems, Biodiversity, 2009, 10, 2-3, 72

    CrossRef

  68. 68
    D. Blumenthal, C. E. Mitchell, P. Pysek, V. Jarosik, Synergy between pathogen release and resource availability in plant invasion, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2009, 106, 19, 7899

    CrossRef

  69. 69
    M-X REN, Q-G ZHANG, The relative generality of plant invasion mechanisms and predicting future invasive plants, Weed Research, 2009, 49, 5
  70. 70
    Patrick H Martin, Charles D Canham, Peter L Marks, Why forests appear resistant to exotic plant invasions: intentional introductions, stand dynamics, and the role of shade tolerance, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2009, 7, 3, 142

    CrossRef

  71. 71
    Xuemei Han, Shauna P. Dendy, Karen A. Garrett, Liang Fang, Melinda D. Smith, Comparison of damage to native and exotic tallgrass prairie plants by natural enemies, Plant Ecology, 2008, 198, 2, 197

    CrossRef

  72. 72
    Lauren D. Quinn, Jodie S. Holt, Ecological correlates of invasion by Arundo donax in three southern California riparian habitats, Biological Invasions, 2008, 10, 5, 591

    CrossRef

  73. 73
    D. M. Iponga, J. P. Cuda, S. J. Milton, D. M. Richardson, Megastigmus wasp damage to seeds of Schinus molle, Peruvian pepper tree, across a rainfall gradient in South Africa: implications for invasiveness, African Entomology, 2008, 16, 1, 127

    CrossRef

  74. 74
    Edward Vasquez, Roger Sheley, Tony Svejcar, Nitrogen Enhances the Competitive Ability of Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) Relative to Native Grasses, Invasive Plant Science and Management, 2008, 1, 3, 287

    CrossRef

  75. 75
    Isabel W. Ashton, Manuel T. Lerdau, Tolerance to herbivory, and not resistance, may explain differential success of invasive, naturalized, and native North American temperate vines, Diversity and Distributions, 2008, 14, 2
  76. 76
    Margaret J. Eppstein, Jane Molofsky, Invasiveness in plant communities with feedbacks, Ecology Letters, 2007, 10, 4
  77. 77
    Michelle R. Leishman, Tammy Haslehurst, Adrian Ares, Zdravko Baruch, Leaf trait relationships of native and invasive plants: community- and global-scale comparisons, New Phytologist, 2007, 176, 3
  78. 78
    Tim Seastedt, Plant ecology: Resourceful invaders, Nature, 2007, 446, 7139, 985

    CrossRef

  79. 79
    Kathleen A. Theoharides, Jeffrey S. Dukes, Plant invasion across space and time: factors affecting nonindigenous species success during four stages of invasion, New Phytologist, 2007, 176, 2
  80. 80
    Shon Schooler, Céline Clech-Goods, Mic Julien, Ecological studies to assess the efficacy of biological control on populations of alligator weed and lippia, Australian Journal of Entomology, 2006, 45, 4
  81. 81
    David M. Richardson, Petr Pyšek, James T. Carlton, A Compendium of Essential Concepts and Terminology in Invasion Ecology,
  82. 82
    Eleanor E. Dormontt, Andrew J. Lowe, Peter J. Prentis, Is Rapid Adaptive Evolution Important in Successful Invasions?,
  83. 83
    Weeds in a Time of Climate,