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Native Warm-Season Grasses Resist Spotted Knapweed Resurgence

Native Warm-Season Grasses Resist Spotted Knapweed Resurgence Moody–Weis, J. and H.M. Alexander. 2007. The mechanisms rain from established native vegetation to replenish the and consequences of seed bank formation in wild sunflowers soil seed bank. (Helianthus annuus). Journal of Ecology 95:851–864. Habitat restoration projects can use seed bank infor- Perez H.E, F. Almira and M. Brennan. 2009. Germination timing mation as early warning systems of patterns or degrees of and dormancy break in seeds of summer farewell (Dalea habitat degradation; as changes in above ground vegetation pinnata, Fabaceae). Ecological Restoration 27:160–168. directly impact below ground seed distribution (Looney Palenscar, K.T. and J.S. Holt. 2010. Using native shrubs to and Gibson 1995, Cox and Allen 2008). In multiple strat- control re-establishment of giant reed (Arundo donax). Page 73 in California Invasive Plant Council Symposium. egy restoration efforts, seed bank quality can be used as Poff , B., K.A. Koestner, D.G. Neary and V. Henderson. 2011. a deciding factor in whether or not to incorporate costly Threats to riparian ecosystems in western North America: An re-vegetation or utilize alternative restoration methods analysis of existing literature. Journal of the American Water (Abella and Springer 2008). However, we show that even Resources Association 47:1241–1254. after a heavy infestation of giant http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Native Warm-Season Grasses Resist Spotted Knapweed Resurgence

Ecological Restoration , Volume 32 (4) – Nov 3, 2014

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Abstract

Moody–Weis, J. and H.M. Alexander. 2007. The mechanisms rain from established native vegetation to replenish the and consequences of seed bank formation in wild sunflowers soil seed bank. (Helianthus annuus). Journal of Ecology 95:851–864. Habitat restoration projects can use seed bank infor- Perez H.E, F. Almira and M. Brennan. 2009. Germination timing mation as early warning systems of patterns or degrees of and dormancy break in seeds of summer farewell (Dalea habitat degradation; as changes in above ground vegetation pinnata, Fabaceae). Ecological Restoration 27:160–168. directly impact below ground seed distribution (Looney Palenscar, K.T. and J.S. Holt. 2010. Using native shrubs to and Gibson 1995, Cox and Allen 2008). In multiple strat- control re-establishment of giant reed (Arundo donax). Page 73 in California Invasive Plant Council Symposium. egy restoration efforts, seed bank quality can be used as Poff , B., K.A. Koestner, D.G. Neary and V. Henderson. 2011. a deciding factor in whether or not to incorporate costly Threats to riparian ecosystems in western North America: An re-vegetation or utilize alternative restoration methods analysis of existing literature. Journal of the American Water (Abella and Springer 2008). However, we show that even Resources Association 47:1241–1254. after a heavy infestation of giant

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Nov 3, 2014

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