Biological Invasions (2009) 11 (5)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2009 and volume (issue): 11 (5)

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1107-1119
Theresa M. Culley and Nicole A. Hardiman (2009)
The role of intraspecific hybridization in the evolution of invasiveness: a case study of the ornamental pear tree Pyrus calleryana

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1121-1130
John F. Gaskin and David J. Kazmer (2009)
Introgression between invasive saltcedars (Tamarix chinensis and T. ramosissima) in the USA

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1131-1144
Christina M. Sloop, Debra R. Ayres and Donald R. Strong (2009)
The rapid evolution of self-fertility in Spartina hybrids (Spartina alterniflora × foliosa) invading San Francisco Bay, CA

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1145-1158
Richard J. Abbott, Adrian C. Brennan, Juliet K. James, David G. Forbes, Matthew J. Hegarty and Simon J. Hiscock (2009)
Recent hybrid origin and invasion of the British Isles by a self-incompatible species, Oxford ragwort (Senecio squalidus L., Asteraceae)

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1159-1173
M.L. Ainouche, P.M. Fortune, A. Salmon, C. Parisod, M.-A. Grandbastien, K. Fukunaga, M. Ricou and M.-T. Misset (2009)
Hybridization, polyploidy and invasion: lessons from Spartina (Poaceae)

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1175-1187
Debra Ayres, Frederick J. Ryan, Eva Grotkopp, John Bailey and John Gaskin (2009)
Tumbleweed (Salsola, section Kali) species and speciation in California

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1189-1203
John P. Bailey, Katerina Bímová and Bohumil Mandák (2009)
Asexual spread versus sexual reproduction and evolution in Japanese Knotweed s.l. sets the stage for the 'Battle of the Clones'