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567A comparison of two sampling techniques used to understand autecological requirements necessary for Carex growth in a northern hardwood forest
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Ecological SectionQuinn, Caitlin; McKnight, Karl; Burnham, Mark; Gerritsen, Alida.Carex
ecology
Sedge
568A contribution towards understanding northern hardwood forest Carex ecology
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Ecological SectionMcKnight, Karl; Burnham, Mark; Quinn, Caitlin; Gerritsen, Alida.Carex
ecology
Sedge
northern hardwood forest
ordination
habitat characterization
soil nutrients
incident light
615A feedback mechanism for the spread of the invasive plant Phragmites australis – increased local genetic diversity and cross pollination can drive viable seed production
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Ecological SectionKettenring, Karin; Mccormick, Melissa; Whigham, Dennis.Wetland
Phragmites australis
pollination
seed viability
soil nutrients
Chesapeake Bay
Invasive Species
Genetic diversity
876Ailanthus altissima increases nodulation in Trifolium pratens: a novel weapon for an invasive species
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Ecological SectionLincoln, Jesse.Ailanthus altissima
Trifolium
nodulation
allelopathy
invasive
nitrogen fixation
exudates
141Alternative states in an endangered, diverse mesic forest in Hawaii: interactions between ungulate removal and alien plant invasions, and the potential for habitat restoration.
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Ecological SectionWeller, Stephen G.; Cabin, Robert; Lorence, David H; Perlman, Steven; Wood, Kenneth R.; Flynn, Timothy; Sakai, Ann K..alternative states
alien plant species
diverse mesic forest
herbivory
restoration
conservation
744Among-species diversity in fine root traits: Informing studies in mature forests with a survey of glasshouse collections
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Ecological SectionRoberts, Samantha; McTeague, B; Patterson, AE; Callahan, Hilary; Comas, Louise. functional traits
root morphology
root architecture
specific root length
comparative plant ecology
ecosystem function
90An Exploration of Chicken Litter-Induced Trace Metal Phytotoxicity in Plants
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Ecological SectionBrower, MB; Tuberty, SR; Sakamachi, Y; Colgan, MJ.Heavy Metals
Phytotoxicity
chicken litter
agronomic species
sustainability
189Assessment of native riparian plant communities to improve agricultural buffer plantings
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Ecological SectionSoranno, Matthew; Post, Jillian; Martine, Christopher T.; Adams, Kenneth A..Diversity
riparian
buffers
clayplain forest
Lake Champlain
412Bees, wallabies, and aubergines: Pollination, seed dispersal, and population dynamics in Australian dioecious Solanum
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Ecological SectionMartine, Christopher T.; Vogt, F. Daniel; Lavoie, Elizabeth.Solanum
Solanaceae
pollination
dioecy
andromonoecy
seed dispersal
Australia
824C4 the straw man? Evolution of cold tolerance better explains global distribution of C3/C4 grasslands
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Ecological SectionEdwards, Erika.niche evolution
Poaceae
C4 photosynthesis
754Calcium oxalate crystals in leaves of Halogeton glomeratus and their possible contribution to alteration of soil chemistry
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Ecological SectionLewis, Benjamin; Thomasson, Kelly; Wachocki, Barbara; Sondossi, Mohammad.Halogeton glomeratus
calcium oxalate
druse
717Can Hydrocharis morsus-ranae (European frogbit, Hydrocharitaceae) be eradicated in an Early Detection and Rapid Response context?
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Ecological SectionLangdon, Stephen F.; Martine, Christopher T.; Oles, Hilary A..Hydrocharitaceae
invasive
aquatic
204Co-Infecting Soil Fungi Interfere with a Fungal Seed Pathogen
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Ecological SectionDavis, Trevor; Beckstead, Julie.Bromus tectorum
Pyrenophora semeniperda
Multiple infection
Seed pathogen
334Community assembly in the genus Protea (Proteaceae L.): phylogeny, functional traits, and scale
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Ecological SectionPrunier, Rachel; Wilson, Adam; Holsinger, Kent E.; Rebelo, Anthony; Barraclough, Timothy. community assembly
Protea
spatial scale
phylogeny
functional traits
competition
habitat filtering
522
Canceled
Comparative Study of Genetic Diversity in the Common Whorled Milkweed (Asclepias verticillata) and the Rare Prairie Milkweed (A. hirtella)
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Ecological SectionSawyer, Neil W.; Anclam, Kaitlin; Kossow, Novia.rare species
Asclepias
Genetic diversity
265Contrasting seed dispersal traits in urban and 'mainland' populations of the common dandelion, Taraxacum officinale
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Ecological SectionH.S., Arathi.Taraxacum officinale
seed dispersal
Habitat fragmentation
301Cryptogam Survey of the Valles Caldera National Preserve: An Interim Report
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Ecological SectionPrice, Relf; Keller, Harold W..cryptogam
Valles Caldera
Bryophyte
myxomycete
lichen
682Decoupling phenological events in temperate tree taxa: local climate influences timing of budbreak and flower inititation, but not nut maturity, in Carya illinoinensis grown in a common garden.
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Ecological SectionMiller, Allison; Knouft, Jason; Hunt, Kenneth.Carya
phenology
common garden
local adaptation
climate
454Defining subtropical marsh plant communities: Characterization of Everglades marsh vegetation using a landscape-scale random sample
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Ecological SectionRichards, J.H.; Philippi, T.E.; Kalla, P.; Scheidt, D..plant community
sawgrass
Cladium
muhly
Muhlenbergia
spikerush
Eleocharis
water lily
Nymphaea
cattail
Typha
Cluster analysis
NMS
541Determining Optimal Habitat for Endangered Plant Restoration in Disturbed Ecosystems Using Two Complementary Approaches
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Ecological SectionWright, Samuel; Roncal, Julissa; Maschinski, Joyce; Lane, Cynthia.coastal strand
dune dynamics
Jacquemontia reclinata
stochastic factors
Plant conservation
southeastern Florida
plant population ecology
reintroduction
797Direct and Indirect Effects of Cheatgrass Litter on the Seed Pathogen-Cheatgrass Interaction
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Ecological SectionMiller, Lauren; Connolly, Brian; Beckstead, Julie.Plant-pathogen interaction
seed bank 
disease ecology
784Distribution of the anther-smut pathogen Microbotryum on species of the Caryophyllaceae assessed from natural history collections
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Ecological SectionMena-Ali, Jorge; Hood, Michael; Gibson, Amanda; Oxelman, Bengt; Giraud, Tatiana; Yockteng, Roxana; Arroyo, Mary T. K.; Conti, Fabio; Petersen, Amy; Gladieux, Pierre; Antonovics, Janis.smut fungus
Microbotryum
Herbaria
disease dynamics
ecological resistance
559Drivers of Pinus jeffreyi establishment at a conifer forest-sagebrush steppe ecotone in eastern California
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Ecological SectionAlpert, Holly; Loik, Michael E..seedling establishment
Pinus jeffreyi
microhabitat
facilitation
ecotone
229Early flowering of plants in the Northern Great Plains linked to increasing spring temperatures over 100 years
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Ecological SectionDunnell, Kelsey; Travers, Steven.climate change
phenology
663Ectomycorrhizal networks in plant communities: a Gleasonian point of view
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Ecological SectionHorton, Thomas R.; Parker, V. Thomas; O'Brien, Michael J..mycorrhizal networks
soil nutrients
competition
mycorrhizal fungi
127Effects of herbivory on reproductive success - an experimental investigation with a perennial legume, Centrosema virginianum (Fabaceae: Papilionideae)
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Ecological SectionCardel Sharp, Yuria; Koptur, Suzanne.defoliation
pollination
Tolerance
pollen
clones
fitness
herbivory
legume
29Emergent scaling relationships from plants competing in silico for space and light
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Ecological SectionHammond, Sean T.; Niklas, Karl J..community-level effects
scaling
allometry
262Environmental context determines within and between generation consequences of herbivory
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Ecological SectionGalloway, Laura; Lin, Susan.herbivory
Transgenerational effects
maternal effects
phenotypic plasticity
shade
flowering time
phenology
white-tailed deer
222Evidence for the maintenance of autumn colours by coevolution
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Ecological SectionArchetti, Marco.coevolution
autumn colours
253Evolution of mycorrhizal associations in Ericaceae shaped host ecology: an overview
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Ecological SectionSelosse, Marc-Andre; Weiß, Michael.mycoheterotrophy
Mycorrhizae
root-associated fungi
co-evolution
Sebacinales
Helotiales
mixotrophy
125Fire, flowering, and fragmentation: The effect of seasonal fires on the occurrence of pineland golden trumpet ( Angadenia berteroi ), a rare species of the southern Florida pine rocklands.
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Ecological SectionBarrios Roque, Beyte ; Arellano, Gabriel; Koptur, Suzanne.pine rocklands
fire
Habitat fragmentation
304Germination phenology of some Great Basin native annuals
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Ecological SectionForbis, Tara.Germination
dormancy
Seed
Invasive Species
annual
592Habitat characterization of northeastern woodland grasses
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Ecological SectionBurnham, Mark; McKnight, Karl; Quinn, Caitlin; Gerritsen, Alida.Poaceae
Grass
ecology
northern hardwood forest
habitat characterization
Poa
Danthonia
708Hybrid haplotype vigor in Florida (USA) populations of the invasive exotic Brazilian peppertree, Schinus terebinthifolius
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Ecological SectionGeiger, John; Pratt, Paul; Wheeler, Greg.Schinus terebinthifolius
Invasive Species
exotic
hybrid
common garden study
890Invasion Legacies Impede Restoration of Ecosystem Processes
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Ecological SectionGlinka, Clare B; Chai, Tzu; Hawkes, Christine V..legacy effects
plant-microbe interaction
restoration
168Is long-distance (LDD) pine pollen viable?
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Ecological SectionWilliams, Claire .Reproductive biology
long-distance dispersal
Pinus
aerial transport
488It’s in the water: environmental and edaphic factors influencing plant assemblage composition on the ‘Pimple Dunes’ of Virginia’s barrier islands
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Ecological SectionMcMillan, Brett A. ; Day, Frank P..barrier island
assemblage ecology
Multivariate analysis
LTER
72Landscape Restoration in a Coastal Sage Scrub Community
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Ecological SectionStark, Tara; Ewers, Frank W..Coastal Sage Scrub Community
Hirschfeldia incana
restoration
331Local adaptation to nutrient and drought stress in the white proteas (Protea section Exsertae)
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Ecological SectionPrunier, Rachel.Protea
local adaptation
Cape Floristic Region
soil nutrients
roots
drought
seedlings
896Massive mangrove mortality at Tampamachoco lagoon, Tuxpan, Veracruz, Mexico
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Ecological SectionLopez-Portillo, Jorge; Bartolo, Olga; Basañez, Agustin; Vasquez Reyes, Víctor M.; Gomez Aguilar, Leon R.; Avila Reyes, Yeny E..hipersalinity
salinity stress
black mangrove
red mangrove
Avicennia
Rhizophora
760Mycophylla Communities are Influenced by the Interaction between Plant Host and Environmental Conditions
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Ecological SectionKandalepas, Demetra; Arnold, A.E.; Shaffer, Gary P.; Platt, William.endophytes
Sagittaria lancifolia
Taxodium distichum
wetlands
Louisiana
60Mycorrhizal colonization elicits limited plasticity in functional root traits of maple and oak
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Ecological SectionLee, Mei-Ho; Callahan, Hilary; Palmer, Matthew, I.; Patterson, Angelica; Comas, Louise.Mycorrhizae
Acer
Quercus rubra
phenotypic plasticity
494Patterns of Flowering Phenology for Montane Perennials in a Low Elevation Common Garden
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Ecological SectionMerrill, Katherine T.; Meyer, Susan E.; Smith, Duane.flowering phenology
montane perennials
common garden
609Patterns of plant species diversity below ground as revealed by DNA barcoding
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Ecological SectionKesanakurti, Prasad R.; Fazekas, Aron J.; Burgess, Kevin; Barrett, Spencer C. H.; Graham, Sean W.; Hajibabaei, Mehrdad; Newmaster, Steve; Percy, Diana; Husband, Brian.DNA Barcoding
root architecture
Diversity
667Phenotypic plasticity in native and invasive populations of Bromus tectorum
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Ecological SectionGriffith, Alden B.; Andonian, Krikor; Loik, Michael E..plasticity
Invasion
Armenia
Great Basin
elevation gradient
freezing tolerance
local adaptation
108Plant responses to climate in the Cape Floristic Region of South Africa: evidence for plasticity and adaptive differentiation in the Proteaceae
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Ecological SectionCarlson, Jane; Holsinger, Kent E.; Prunier, Rachel.Cape Floristic Region
adaptive evolution
Proteaceae
climate
leaf traits
functional ecology
709Pondberry (Lindera melissifolia Walt. Blume) seed and seedling predators
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Ecological SectionLeininger, Theodor; Martins, Andreza; Abilio , Fernanda; Smith III, Carl G.; Tidwell, Collin; Hamel, Paul; Devall, Margaret; Connor, Kristina; Wilson, A. Dan.pondberry
Lauraceae
seed predator
seedling predator
230Population dynamics, invasives and possible impacts on a rare dune endemic of the Great Lakes, Pitcher’s thistle.
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Ecological SectionJolls, Claudia L.; Marik, Julie E.; Hamze, Samara I.; McEachern, Kathryn.rare plants
Invasive plants
demography
dunes
Germination
shade
litter
population viability analysis
Cirsium pitcheri
Gypsophila paniculata
212Postfire population dynamics of Polygala lewtonii, an endangered herb endemic to central Florida sandhills
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Ecological SectionWeekley, Carl W.; Menges, E.S..demography
Endangered species
fire ecology
Florida sandhills
Lake Wales Ridge
465Predicting the likelihood of disease from a fungal seed pathogen, Pyrenophora semeniperda, in a complex multi-host system using various seed traits
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Ecological SectionBeckstead, Julie; Meyer, Susan E.; Bergen, Kelly M.; Dooley, Sandra R..seed bank 
Plant-pathogen interaction
phylogenetic relationships
seed germination
Drechslera campanulata
395Redistributing the wealth or short-circuiting the system? The impact of a parasitic plant on soil nutrient cycling and community structure
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Ecological SectionFisher, James P; Smith, Stuart W; Phoenix, Gareth K; Press, Malcolm C.; Cameron, Duncan D.parasitic plant
community-level effects
indirect effects
facultative hemiparasite
nutrient cycling
71Resource limitation and the impact of a hemiparasite on a restored prairie
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Ecological SectionBorowicz, Victoria; Armstrong, Joseph E..hemiparasite
prairie
soil nutrients
community-level effects
experimental study
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Canceled
Seed Banks in Meadows, Young Forests, and Unlogged Forests
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Ecological SectionDarbyshire, Robyn.forest
seedbank
meadow
101Seed Germination and Viability of Microstegium vimineum: A Comparison of Flower Type, Habitat, and Seed Age
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Ecological SectionHuebner, Cynthia.Microstegium vimineum
invasive plant
seed viability
878Seedling Emergence from Seed Banks in Ludwigia hexapetala invaded Wetlands: Implications for Restoration
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Ecological SectionGrewell, Brenda J.; Futrell, Caryn J..seed banks
invasive species management
Ludwigia
Restoration Ecology
wetlands
337Serpentine soils do not limit ectomycorrhizal fungal diversity
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Ecological SectionBranco, Sara.Ectomycorrhizal
serpentine
589Sex-specific variations in root colonization by mycorrhizal fungi in a dioecious grass, Distichlis spicata (Poaceae)
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Ecological SectionMercer, Charlene ; Eppley, Sarah.mycorrhizal fungi
Spatial Segregation of the Sexes (SSS)
Dioecious
347Stress is the great equalizer for mangrove trees: size hierarchy and allometry of the mangrove Avicennia germinans in two landforms
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Ecological SectionMéndez-Alonzo, Rodrigo; Hernández-Trejo, Humberto; Lopez-Portillo, Jorge.Asymmetric competition
mangroves
Gini coefficient
Size hierarchy
Mexico
732Structural and Physiological Adaptations of Physaria ludoviciana (silvery bladderpod; Brassicaceae) to Sand Prairie Conditions
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Ecological SectionGrant, Marissa C.; Coons, Janice M.; Carlsward, Barbara S.; Coutant, Nancy E.; Owen, Henry R..Physaria
Brassicaceae
sand prairie
Lesquerella
606The buoyancy of Sesbania Scop. (Leguminosae) fruits and the potential contribution of hydrochory to current pantropical distributions
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Ecological SectionFarruggia, Frank T..long-distance dispersal
Hydrochory
Sesbania
Fruit Buoyancy
600The genetic basis of divergence in flowering time in response to climate change in wild populations of Brassica rapa
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Ecological SectionLitt, Amy; Lalchan, Rebecca; Nowogrodzki, Anna.Brassica
flowering time
FLC
population genetics
climate change
69The Ontogenetic Shift Hypothesis and Diminishing Returns of Specific Leaf Area of Acer rubrum L
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Ecological SectionNiklas, Karl J.; Cobb, Edward D..scaling relations
specific leaf area
352The Possible Effectiveness of Eleusine indica L. as a Phytoremedaiting Agent of Spent Engine Oil on Contaminated Soil
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Ecological SectionShonubi, Olusola.O; Pedro, Folahan Emmanuella; ARIYO, OLUSESAN AYODELE.Phytoremediation
Eleusine indica
Contaminated Soil
73The serpentine syndrome belowground: hypogeous fungi and ectomycorrhizas
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Ecological SectionSouthworth, Darlene; Gladish, Sandra; Frank, Jonathan.serpentine
ectomycorrhizas
hypogeous fungi

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