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Although there are some notable exceptions, introduced plant species tend not to receive the public and media attention that their animal counterparts do; however, the impacts they have on the environments they invade can be equally, and sometimes more, dramatic. This article presents a short...
Biomass allocation and leaf attributes are traits that discriminate between plants that exploit different light resource environments. Disturbed and high light environments provide easy access for resource-demanding, fast-growing invasive species. Comparing growth, ecophysiological and...
Alterations in the structure of the vegetation and of the soil seed bank associated with primary invasions by alien species could create novel conditions that facilitate secondary invasions by other alien or weedy species. Here, we present a unique dataset collected from a site experiencing a...
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