Extended leaf phenology: a secret of successful invaders?
Article first published online: 7 OCT 2013
© 2013 International Association for Vegetation Science
Journal of Vegetation Science
Volume 24, Issue 6, pages 975–976, November 2013
How to Cite
Rejmánek, M. (2013), Extended leaf phenology: a secret of successful invaders?. Journal of Vegetation Science, 24: 975–976. doi: 10.1111/jvs.12116
- Issue published online: 7 OCT 2013
- Article first published online: 7 OCT 2013
- 1992. Why have green stems? Functional Ecology 6: 197–205. &
- 2012. Trends in fall phenology across the deciduous forests of the Eastern USA. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 157: 96–105. &
- 2010. Ecosystem consequences of biological invasions. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 41: 59–80.
- 2012. Extended leaf phenology and the autumn niche in deciduous forest invasions. Nature 485: 359–364.
- 2013. Plant invasions across the Northern Hemisphere: a deep-time perspective. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1293: 8–17.
- 1998. Phenology, growth and ecophysiological characteristics of Falopia sachalinensis. Journal of Vegetation Science 9: 379–386. &
- 1989. Ecophysiology of exotic and native shrubs in Southern Wisconsin. I. Relationship of leaf characteristics, resource availability, and phenology to seasonal patterns of carbon gain. Oecologia 80: 356–367. , &
- 2010. Differences in the trait compositions of non-indigenous and native plants across Germany. Biological Invasions 12: 2001–2012. , , &
- 2009. Leaf phenology and freeze tolerance of the invasive shrub Amur honeysuckle and potential native competitors. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 136: 212–220. , , &
- 2007. Traits associated with invasiveness in alien plants: where do we stand? In: Netwig, W. (ed.) Biological invasions, pp. 97–125. Springer, New York, NY, US. &
- 2001. Predicting invaders. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16: 545–546. &
- 2013. Plant invasions and invasibility of plant communities. In: van der Maarel, E. & Franklin, J. (eds.) Vegetation ecology, 2nd edn, pp. 387–424. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK. , &
- 2013. Extended leaf phenology in deciduous forest invaders: mechanisms of impact on native communities. Journal of Vegetation Science 24: 979–987.
- 2010. A meta-analysis of trait differences between invasive and non-invasive plant species. Ecology Letters 13: 235–245. , &
- 2012. High resource capture and use efficiency and prolonged growth season contribute to invasiveness of Eupatorium adenophorum. Plant Ecology 214: 857–868. , , , , , &
- 2007. Leaf phenology and seasonal variation of photosynthesis of invasive Berberis thunbergii (Japanese barberry) and two co-occurring native understory shrubs in a northern United States deciduous forest. Oecologia 154: 11–21. , &