Bibliography:Reynoutria sachalinensis (weed)

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Publication list for Reynoutria sachalinensis (weed) sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (1)

Evolutionary Applications (2014) 7, 413-420
Madalin Parepa, Markus Fischer, Christine Krebs and Oliver Bossdorf (2014)
Hybridization increases invasive knotweed success

control - general (3)

Weed Technology (2017) 31, 890-896
W. Carroll Johnson III, Bhabesh Dutta, F. Hunt Sanders Jr and Xuelin Luo (2017)
Interactions among cultivation, weeds, and a biofungicide in organic Vidalia® sweet onion

Invasive Plant Science and Management (2016) 9, 60-70
David R. Clements, Todd Larsen and Jennifer Grenz (2016)
Knotweed management strategies in North America with the advent of widespread hybrid Bohemian knotweed, regional differences, and the potential for biocontrol via the psyllid Aphalara itadori Shinji

Invasive Plant Science and Management (2008) 1, 31-35
Erin N. Hagen and Peter W. Dunwiddie (2008)
Does stem injection of glyphosate control invasive knotweeds (Polygonum spp.)? A comparison of four methods

biocontrol - natural enemies (2)

Invasive Plant Science and Management (2016) 9, 60-70
David R. Clements, Todd Larsen and Jennifer Grenz (2016)
Knotweed management strategies in North America with the advent of widespread hybrid Bohemian knotweed, regional differences, and the potential for biocontrol via the psyllid Aphalara itadori Shinji

Entomological Science (2003) 6, 77-83
Suguru Ohno (2003)
A new knotweed-boring species of the genus Ostrinia Hübner (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) from Japan

damage/losses/economics (1)

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 2319-2337
Claude Lavoie (2017)
The impact of invasive knotweed species (Reynoutria spp.) on the environment: review and research perspectives

environment - cropping system/rotation (5)

Weed Technology (2017) 31, 890-896
W. Carroll Johnson III, Bhabesh Dutta, F. Hunt Sanders Jr and Xuelin Luo (2017)
Interactions among cultivation, weeds, and a biofungicide in organic Vidalia® sweet onion

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1531-1544
Shannon M. Claeson, Carri J. LeRoy, Jacob R. Barry and Kevin A. Kuehn (2014)
Impacts of invasive riparian knotweed on litter decomposition, aquatic fungi, and macroinvertebrates

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 2127-2136
John F. Gaskin, Mark Schwarzländer, Fritzi S. Grevstad, Marijka A. Haverhals, Robert S. Bourchier and Timothy W. Miller (2014)
Extreme differences in population structure and genetic diversity for three invasive congeners: Knotweeds in western North America

Oecologia (2011) 167, 1041-1052
Christine Krebs, Esther Gerber, Diethart Matthies and Urs Schaffner (2011)
Herbivore resistance of invasive Fallopia species and their hybrids

Biological Invasions (2008) 10, 381-390
Werner Topp, Heike Kappes and Frances Rogers (2008)
Response of ground-dwelling beetle (Coleoptera) assemblages to giant knotweed (Reynoutria spp.) invasion

molecular biology - genes (3)

Ecology and Evolution (2018) 8, 755-764
Anne-Kari Holm, Abdelhameed Elameen, Benedikte W. Oliver, Lars O. Brandsæter, Inger S. Fløistad and May B. Brurberg (2018)
Low genetic variation of invasive Fallopia spp. in their northernmost European distribution range

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 2127-2136
John F. Gaskin, Mark Schwarzländer, Fritzi S. Grevstad, Marijka A. Haverhals, Robert S. Bourchier and Timothy W. Miller (2014)
Extreme differences in population structure and genetic diversity for three invasive congeners: Knotweeds in western North America

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 421-427
Melinda A. Gammon and Rick Kesseli (2010)
Haplotypes of Fallopia introduced into the US

review (2)

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 2319-2337
Claude Lavoie (2017)
The impact of invasive knotweed species (Reynoutria spp.) on the environment: review and research perspectives

Invasive Plant Science and Management (2016) 9, 71-80
Sharon Gillies, David R. Clements and Jennifer Grenz (2016)
Knotweed (Fallopia spp.) invasion of North America utilizes hybridization, epigenetics, seed dispersal (unexpectedly), and an arsenal of physiological tactics