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30954 Years of Floristic Changes at Rush Run Wildlife AreaEcologyBetsch, Brody; Vincent, Michael.Dutch Elm Disease
Emerald Ash Borer
Species Abundance
414Accurate forest ecosystem projections from empirical decay models require long-term experimentsEcologyOberle, Brad; Lee, Marissa; Myers, Jonathan; Osazuwa-Peters, Oyomoare; Spasojevic, Marko; Walton, Maranda; Young, Darcy; Zanne, Amy.Wood decay
Carbon cycling
Forest
Bayesian
280A comparison of mid-elevation ciénega (wetland) plant communities in southern Arizona, U.S.AEcologyWolkis, Dustin; Salywon, Andrew .Arid
rare plants
Ciénega
Species Richness
Wetland
226Aeroallergen of the Texas Panhandle, SEM and Fluorescence Microscopy, PM 2.5 and increased allergy cases and AHPCO NanotechnologyEcologyGhosh, Nabarun; Howard, Aubrey; Bennert, Jeff; Saadeh, Constantine; Vitale, Jay.Aeroallergen, PM 2.5, Allergy cases, Air Purifier
1002Allelopathy as an evolutionarily stable strategyEcologyMcCoy, Rachel; Widhalm, Joshua; McNickle, Gordon.Allelopathy
ecology
game theory
648Alternative designs and tropical tree seedling growth performance landscapesEcologyWorthy, Samantha; Laughlin, Daniel; Zambrano, Jenny; Umaña, María; Zhang, Caicai; Lin, Luxiang; Cao, Min; Swenson, Nathan.Forest Ecology
Demographic Rate
Functional traits
Tropical Biology
835Assessing Invasive Plant Management Using Understory Vegetation SurveysEcologyCollings, Jeremy; Dávalos, Andrea.Invase plant species
Earthworms
Forest management
biodiversity
778Can we forecast phenology like the weather? Implementing a near-term plant phenology forecast systemEcologyTaylor, Shawn; White, Ethan P..phenology
budburst
forecast
237Cedrela brachystachya (Meliaceae), an ecological specialized treelet from the riparian ecosystems of Central BrazilEcologyHuaman-Mera, Alexander; Vale, Wagner; Meira, João; Oliveira, Luiz.Cedreleae
Cedrinho
Marsh
Parana River
habitat specialization
466Characterizing arthropod communities in two sister species of Viburnum (Adoxaceae) with divergent leaf morphologyEcologyAlavez, Veronica; McIntyre, Patrick; Donoghue, Michael; Moeglein, Morgan; Olson, Mark; Edwards, Erika; Cacho, N. Ivalu.herbivory
plant-animal interactions
community ecology
863Cliff ecology research from the Southern Appalachian Cliff Coalition: a brief reviewEcologyBoggess, Laura; Madritch, Michael.cliff ecology
lichen
rock climbing
recreation management
bryophyte
Southern Appalachian Mountains
844Climate driven community change is attributable to introduced species in a California grasslandEcologyBraasch, Joseph; Johnson, Maria, A.; Dlugosch, Katrina.community ecology
Invasion
Grasslands
multivariate statistics
climate change
333Climatic Impacts on the Genetic Structure and Annual Growth of Sky Island PinesEcologyMarquardt, Paula; Miranda, Brian; Willyard, Ann; Prom, Ben; Telewski, Frank.dendrochronology
genetic structure
Pinaceae
plastid
Ponderosae
419Clinal variation in phenological traits influences drought response of California poppy across its native rangeEcologyRyan, Elizabeth; Cleland, Elsa.Plasticity
drought
intraspecific trait variation
clinal variation
phenology
Soil
126Dispersal strategy in a mid-Appalachian anthropogenic ecosystemEcologyQuesenberry, Erin; Metzgar, Jordan.dispersal
Blue Ridge flora
anthropogenic ecosystem
374Eco-stoichiometry dynamics of hemiepiphytic fig (Ficus. tinctoria) from epiphytic to terrestrial stagesEcologyMo, Yu-Xuan; Liu, Wen-Yao.Hemiepiphytic fig
Ficus. tinctoria
Eco-stoichiometry
Phosphorus
Dynamic
Nutrient adaptation
Plasticity
988Effects of herbivore induced toxins in Solanaceae on the growth and development of a specialist herbivoreEcologyKariyat, Rupesh.plant defense
sap
spines
938Effects of phylogenetic and trait diversity in a restoration ecology experimentEcologyKarimi, Nisa; Hipp, Andrew; Glasenhardt, Mary-Claire; Williams, Evelyn; Barak, Rebecca; Ernst, Adrienne.Restoration 
phylogeney
Species Richness
phylogenetic diversity
tallgrass prairies
functional diversity
729Effects of two centuries of global environmental variation on phenology and physiology of Arabidopsis thalianaEcologyDeLeo, Victoria; Menge, Duncan N. L.; Hanks, Ephraim M.; Juenger, Thomas; Lasky, Jesse.
171Estimating Spread Rates of Invasive Plants within Disturbed and Undisturbed Forests in Different Land TypesEcologyHuebner, Cynthia.Invase plant species
Spread rates
Forest management
90Evaluation of early growth performance Bauhinia monandra, Delonix regia and Tetrapleura tetraptera (Leguminous Tree Species) in crude oil-contaminated soils  EcologyOyedeji, Ayodele; Lynn, Besenyei; Joshua, Kayode; Michael, Fullen.Crude oil
Contamination
Environment
Leguminous trees
Phytoremediation
Soil
186Exotic Species Invasion in Restored Vernal PoolsEcologyTang, Joanna; Nolan, Maddie.vernal pool
conservation and restoration
Invase plant species
California
910Exploring Myrmecochory: Does Elaiosome Presence Affect Ant Seed Choice?EcologyKarnish, Alex; Bronstein, Judith.myrmecochory
Datura
elaiosome
Seed dispersal
Solanaceae
420Floral visitors of the rough-leaf velvetseed Guettarda scabra (Rubiaceae) in south Florida, USAEcologyPimienta, Maria Cleopatra; Koptur, Suzanne.Floral visitors
Guettarda scabra
Pollination
rough-leaf velvetseed
Rubiaceae
Insects
Butterflies
Hawkmoths
Florida
Nocturnal pollination
Diurnal pollination
Hawkmoth pollination
pine rockland 
Everglades
southern carpenter bee 
long-horned beetle
native plant
pollination biology
skippers
957Gene flow illuminates patterns in milkweed field recruitment among seed sourcesEcologyFinch, Jessamine; Seglias, Alexandra; Fant, Jeremie; Kramer, Andrea; Havens, Kayri.milkweed
seed germination
seed sourcing
gene flow
Restoration 
tolernace range
299Genome duplication impact on secondary metabolite composition in non-cultivated species: A systematic meta-analysisEcologyGaynor, Michelle; Lim-Hing, Simone; Mason, Chase.Whole genome duplication
Secondary metabolites
polyploidy
782Ground Beetle Diversity in Native, Invasive, and Encroaching Plant CommunititiesEcologyPittenger, Madison; Stark, William.ground
beetle
diversity
native
Invasive 
encroaching
cottonwood
saltcedar
sand plum
821Growth and survival of the federally endangered Lindera melissifolia and Lindera benzoin, a possible competitor, in varying densities and hydrologic regimesEcologyDevall, Margaret; Hawkins, Tracy; Schiff, nathan.schiff@usda.gov; Leininger, Ted.Endangered species
Competition
wetlands
222High Winter Temperatures Facilitate Invasion of Tradescantia fluminensis in the Apalachicola River FloodplainEcologyGorchov, David.climate change
iButton data loggers
frost-induced necrosis
invasive plants
microclimate
Torreya taxifolia
330Host species not functional group determines the performance of a parasitic plantEcologyBrown, Max; Twyford, Alex; Frachon, Natacha; Metherell, Chris; Moore, Paloma.parasitic plant
parasitism
parasite
host specialisation
Orobanchaceae
Euphrasia
parasite fitness
local adaptation
ecology
411Identifying Models of Trait-Mediated Community Assembly Using Random Forest and Approximate Bayesian ComputationEcologyRuffley, Megan; Katie, Peterson; Week, Bob; Tank, David; Harmon, Luke.community assembly
environmental filtering
competititve exclusion
random forest
ABC
968Intraspecific life history variation in the invasive range of Cynoglossum officinale, BoraginaceaeEcologyDuncan, Sophie; Williams, Jennifer.life history
Invase plant species
introduced species
Biocontrol
Iteroparity
Semelparity
Threshold flowering size
435Invasive and native grasses exert negative plant-soil feedback effects on Artemisia tridentata whereas conspecific effects are neutralEcologyCowan, Jacob; Gehring, Catherine.Plant-Soil Feedbacks
cheatgrass
sagebrush
invasion biology
indirect effects
727Investigating the Population Genetics and Mating System of the Invasive Liana Euonymus fortuneiEcologyElam, Robert.ecology
genetics
Invasives
E. fortunei
898Investigation into the relationships between pollen tube growth and calyx developmentEcologyFlorez, Juan; Pretz, Chelsea; Smith, Stacey.Physalis
inflated calyx
Solanaceae
development
pollination biology
686Is Floral Scent Production Energetically Costly?EcologyLuizzi, Victoria; Petren, Hampus; Friberg, Magne.Floral Scent
tradeoffs
cost
525Leveling the playing field: Mammalian herbivores weaken selection for earlier emergence but not larger seeds in two California grassesEcologyWaterton, Joseph; Cleland, Elsa.Seed size
Emergence time
Competition
herbivory
Selection
207Liminal living: dispersal versus safe sites in a brackish tidal wetlandEcologyStickrod, Morgan; Parker, V. T..
439Linking local and formal knowledge to uncover the socioecological effects of an extreme eventEcologyArenas-Wong, Rafael A.; Bojórquez, Jesús A.; Martínez-Yrízar, Angelina; Robles-Morua, Agustín; Álvarez-Yépiz, Juan C..Extreme climatic events
Formal ecological knowledge
Local ecological knowledge
Socioecology
Tropical dry forest
656Long-term monitoring of vegetation plots and Echinacea laevigata populations at Picture Creek Diabase Barrens (Granville Co., NC)EcologySzakacs, Alexandria; Krings, Alexander.Echinacea laevigata
vegetation plots
conservation and restoration
community ecology
vegetation change
742Metacommunity structure of epiphytic bryophytes in fog-maintained patches of relict Valdivian forest of north-central ChileEcologyChmielewski, Matthew; Eppley, Sarah.bryophyte
metacommunity structure
community ecology
168Mycorrhizal Fungi in Urban Prairie Restoration by Living Soil Amendment in TexasEcologySchmitt, Dustin; Mantia, Tabitha; Twanabasu, Bishnu.
897Native cottonwoods confront resource allocation tradeoffs in the face of invasive tamarisk and climate changeEcologyHull, Julia; Hultine, Kevin; Gehring, Catherine.climate change
invasive plants
resource use strategies
507Niche examination of Carex polymorpha Muhlenberg (Cyperaceae)EcologyCarlson, Christopher; Skema, C.; Block, Timothy.
680Oak tree differentiation of defense and reallocation strategies in response to herbivore pressuresEcologyPerkovich, Cynthia; Ward, David.oak
phylogenetic comparative method
plant defenses
chemical ecology
178Obligate to facultative shift of two epiphytic Lepisorus species during subtropical forest degradation: Insights from functional traitsEcologyLiu, Wen-Yao; Chen, Quan; Lu, Hua-Zheng.Epiphytic fern
Forest degradation
Functional traits
Facultative
Obligate
Plasticity
193Phenological advancement and trait plasticity compensates for reduced carbon fixation after 13 years of warmingEcologyWinkler, Daniel; Grossiord, Charlotte; Belnap, Jayne; Howell, Armin; Ferrenberg, Scott; Smith, Hilda; Reed, Sasha.warming experiment
phenology
morphology
Physiology
photosynthesis
Indian ricegrass
Colorado Plateau
682Phenotypic plasticity and intraspecific trait variation: a test of a not obvious relationshipEcologyGianoli, Ernesto; Escobedo, Victor.phenotypic plasticity
intraspecific trait variation
functional traits
arid enviroments
305Phylogenetic Information in Seed Morphology and Seed Germination for Shortgrass Prairie SpeciesEcologyChen, Yanni; Cox, Robert; Schwilk, Dylan; Johnson, Matthew.shortgrass prairie
seed germination
seed traits
phylogenetic signal
phylogenetic comparative methods
849Phylogeny and trait evolution in the Wisconsin native and introduced angiosperm florasEcologyGivnish, Thomas; Kriebel, Ricardo; Zaborsky, John; Rose, Jeffrey P; Spalink, Daniel; Waller, Don; Cameron, Kenneth; Sytsma, Kenneth.molecular phylogenetics
functional traits
native species
introduced species
life history
growth form
flower size
flower color
Breeding System
habitat
sun vs. shade
91Phytoremediation: Evaluation of germination and growth of Acacia auricuformis A. Cunn. ex Benth in crude oil-contaminated soilEcologyOyedeji, Ayodele; Kayode, Joshua.Crude oil
Contamination
Remediation
Soil
Acacia auricuformis
873Plant cover and diversity on a young prairie-style green roof relative to slope position and planting assemblageEcologyByerley Best, Brooke; Swadek, Rebecca K..green roof
green design
biomimicry
prairie barrens
Prairie Ecosystems
Texas
applied ecology
1080Pollinator contribution to the yield of the new oil crop Brassica carinataEcologyFenster, Charles.Pollination
Landscape ecology
Pollinator health
pollinator
crop yield
802Post-fire reproduction and recruitment promote persistence of a long-lived, herbaceous perennialEcologyNordstrom, Scott; Dykstra, Amy; Wagenius, Stuart.demography
matrix models
Fire
Fire-stimulated flowering
Fire-stimulated recruitment
497Predicting Bloom dates at Shaw Nature Reserve Using Growing Degree Day (GDD) Computer ModelsEcologyGlass , Patrick Xavier; Krakos, Kyra.
557Quantifying contributions to species coexistence over multiple spatial scalesEcologyChesson, Peter.Species coexistence
multiscale
continuum hypothesis
spatial environmental variation
dynamical model
ecological theory
fitness-density covariance
spatial storage effect
1013Regardless of the ‘home’ soil, bark decomposition can promote environmental filtration of microbes at a local scaleEcologyMalik , Rondy J; Trexler, Ryan; Eissenstat, David; Bell, Terrence H.Bark
Decomposition
Microbiome
Eastern Forest
1017Regeneration Ecology, Biophysiology and Seed Conservation of the genus Ficus: research challenges and knowledge gapsEcologyGoodale , Uromi Manage; Chen, Huayang; Castillo, Diana; Silva, Veenavee; Geekiyanage, Nalaka; Harrison, Rhett.Ficus
Keystone Species
Seed Biophysiology
Recruitment Limitation
Regeneration Ecology
87Relationship between the Soil Seed Bank and Extant Vegetation of Ibodi Monkey Forest, Ibodi, Southwestern NigeriaEcologyOdeleye, Ademayowa; Oke, Samson O..Extant Vegetation
Forest
Physiognomies
Soil Seed Bank
1016Scale dependence in Darwin’s Naturalization ConundrumEcologyPark, Daniel; Feng, Xiao; Maitner, Brian.Invasive species
biological invasions
environmental filtering
Competition
community assembly
486Seed Germination and Seedling Survival of Invasive Callery Pear (Pyrus calleryana Decne.) 11 Years After Fruit CollectionEcologySerota, Tziporah; Culley, Theresa.Invasive 
seed germination
Cultivar 
Seed Bank
Ornamental 
797Sex ratio has different effects on multiple components of fitness in Silene vulgarisEcologyDuncan, Matthew; Olson, Matt; Sanderson, Brian.gynodioecy
pollination biology
sex ratio
655Shade-tolerance classification of the upland herbaceous flora of the Carolina and Virginia Piedmont (U.S.A.)EcologySzakacs, Alexandria; Krings, Alexander; Wentworth, Thomas.eastern Piedmont
heliophytes
shade-tolerance
biserial correlation
132Soil seed bank and seasonal dynamics in five different physiognomies in Akure forest reserve, Ondo state, NIGERIAEcologyAkinkuolie, Ayomiposi; Isichei, Augustine; Oke, Samson O..Soil Seed Bank
Physiognomies
Akure Forest Reserves
647Soil seed bank dynamics along an elevational gradient in subtropical forests in Guangxi, south ChinaEcologyZou, Chabo; Martini, Francesco; Castillo, Diana; Manage Goodale, Uromi.Soil Seed Bank
Subtropical forests
altitudinal gradients
583Stress induced reproductive trait variation in the clonal alpine plant Geum rossiiEcologyWilber, William; Farrer, Emily.Plasticity
clonality
local adaptation
Alpine plants
346Temporal variation in the Reproductive Ecology of Veronicastrum virginicumEcologyVago, Emily; Luth, Jack; Krakos, Dr. Kyra N..reproductive biology
Veronicastrum virginicum
Reproductive success
morphology
Pollinators
Pollen limitation
564The effect of prescribed fire on mortality and regrowth of Lygodium microphyllum in southern Florida, USAEcologySebesta, Nicole; Richards, Jennifer; Taylor, Jonathan.Fire
lygodium microphyllum
regrowth
mortality
invasive plants
biological control
weed management
83The Effects of Aggressive use of Herbicides for Lawn Maintenance on Weeds Succession in Urban EnvironmentEcologyBulu, Yetunde; Adewole, Moses ; Faluyi, Julius.Herbicide
Soil Seed Bank
Succession
Index of Similarity
615The Effects of Ericoid Mycorrhizal Fungi on Reproductive Traits of Vaccinium corymbosumEcologyO'Neill, Erin; Brody, Alison.mycorrhizal fungi
Pollination
symbiosis
floral traits
ecology
483The power of herbaria: Using digitized collections to study species distribution modelling and phenologyEcologyFertakos, Matthew; Spriggs, Elizabeth; Clement, Wendy.digitized herbarium data
herbarium data
phenology
species delimitation
species distribution model
Castanea
Eupatorium
Narthecium
Schwalbea
480The Role of Clonal Integration in Foredune Recolonization by American Beachgrass Post-StormEcologyCharbonneau, Bianca; Casper, Brenda.clonal growth
coastal dune vegetation
Ammophila breviligulata
812The role of horticulture in plant invasions in North America: Past origins and future implicationsEcologyCulley, Theresa; Serota, Tziporah; Dreisilker, Kurt; Ryan, Clair; Landel, Hans; Shultz, Brittany.invasive plants
horticulture
Gardens
woody
herbaceous
ornamental
100The role of stomatal trait evolution in Pooideae (Poaceae) stress toleranceEcologyDas, Aayudh.Stomata
Abiotic Stress
Poaceae
evolution
95The stellate trichomes of Solanum species function in plant defense by damaging the gut lining of an insect herbivoreEcologySerpi, Alexandra; Dennington, Nina; Stephenson, Andrew.biotic interactions
structure function
787Urban plant evolution: A case-study with Capsella bursa-pastoris in New York CityEcologyPanko, Rebecca; Bunker, Daniel.Urban Ecology
evolution
Anthropocene
870Using species distribution models to assess the impacts contemporary and forecasted climate change has on the distribution patterns of Pelargonium species throughout South AfricaEcologyWilliams, Tanisha; Schlichting, Carl; Holsinger, Kent.Species Distribution Models
MaxEnt
herbarium data
Pelargonium
South Africa
300Using WorldView 2 satellite data to map patterns of vegetation change in Northeast Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park EcologyRichards, Jennifer; Gann, Daniel; Harris, Brittany; Redwine, Jed.remotely sensed data
Cladium
vegetation mapping
mapping wetlands
Restoration 
sawgrass marsh
marl prairie
545Very slow growth and flattened crowns typify Abies amabilis in the seedling bank of an ancient coniferous forestEcologyAntos, Joseph; McPherson, Audrey; Guest, Heidi.seedling bank
Abies amabilis
old-growth forest
tree regeneration
tree growth
shade-tolerant trees
coniferous forests
1070What’s eating Catopsis berteroniana on Andros, Bahamas?EcologyKoptur, Suzanne; Gonsiska, Philip A..Bahamas
bromeliad
caterpillar
Catopsis
Dahana
herbivory
folivory
912Why be different? Trait differences reduce competition within and among species in Proteaceae communities in the Cape Floristic Region, South AfricaEcologyNolting, Kristen; Nolting, Kristen; Holsinger, Kent.
920Winter drought effects on Ratibida pinnata reproductive ecologyEcologyWhaley, Shelby.Ratibida pinnata
reproductive biology
morphology
drought
ecology

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