Affiliation: State University of New York
- Phenotypic and genetic differentiation between native and introduced plant populationsOliver Bossdorf
Department of Community Ecology, UFZ Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig Halle, Theodor Lieser Str 4, 06120, Halle, Germany
Oecologia 144:1-11. 2005..Moreover, it is important to address evolutionary change in characteristics other than defence and growth that could play a role in plant invasions...
- Jack of all trades, master of some? On the role of phenotypic plasticity in plant invasionsChristina L Richards
Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University, 650 Life Sciences, Stony Brook, NY 11794 5245, USA
Ecol Lett 9:981-93. 2006..This new framework can be applied when testing both ecological or evolutionary oriented hypotheses, and therefore promises to bridge the gap between the two perspectives...
- Land use causes genetic differentiation of life-history traits in Bromus hordeaceusEva Völler
Department of Community Ecology, UFZ Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Theodor Lieser Str 4, 06120, Halle, Germany
Glob Chang Biol 19:892-9. 2013..Our study suggests that land use can cause considerable genetic differentiation among plant populations, and that the timing of land use may select for phenological escape strategies, particularly in monocarpic plant species...
- Epigenetics for ecologistsOliver Bossdorf
Department of Community Ecology, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ, Theodor Lieser Str 4, D 06120 Halle, Germany
Ecol Lett 11:106-15. 2008....
- Molecular evidence for multiple introductions of garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata, Brassicaceae) to North AmericaWalter Durka
UFZ Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig Halle Ltd, Department of Community Ecology, Theodor Lieser Str 4, D 06120 Halle, Germany
Mol Ecol 14:1697-706. 2005..The genetic diversity established by multiple introductions, and the lack of inbreeding depression in this highly selfing species, may have contributed to the invasion success of Alliaria petiolata...