Biological Invasions (2010) 12 (1)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2010 and volume (issue): 12 (1)

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 33-39
Amanda D. Rodewald, Daniel P. Shustack and Lauren E. Hitchcock (2010)
Exotic shrubs as ephemeral ecological traps for nesting birds

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 65-76
Timothy L. Dickson, Brian J. Wilsey, Ryan R. Busby and Dick L. Gebhart (2010)
Melilotus officinalis (yellow sweetclover) causes large changes in community and ecosystem processes in both the presence and absence of a cover crop

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 97-102
Christoph Kueffer (2010)
Reduced risk for positive soil-feedback on seedling regeneration by invasive trees on a very nutrient-poor soil in Seychelles

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 103-111
Laura A. Meyerson, David V. Viola and Rebecca N. Brown (2010)
Hybridization of invasive Phragmites australis with a native subspecies in North America

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 113-124
Christine V. Hawkes, Angela E. Douglas and Alastair H. Fitter (2010)
Origin, local experience, and the impact of biotic interactions on native and introduced Senecio species

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 133-143
Ryan A. Thum and Jay T. Lennon (2010)
Comparative ecological niche models predict the invasive spread of variable-leaf milfoil (Myriophyllum heterophyllum) and its potential impact on closely related native species

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 179-189
Xinmin Lu and Jianqing Ding (2010)
Flooding compromises compensatory capacity of an invasive plant: implications for biological control

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 211-218
Karen J. Esler, Brian W. van Wilgen, Kerry S. te Roller, Alan R. Wood and Johannes H. van der Merwe (2010)
A landscape-scale assessment of the long-term integrated control of an invasive shrub in South Africa

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 241-252
Ann M. Pierce and Peter B. Reich (2010)
The effects of eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana) invasion and removal on a dry bluff prairie ecosystem