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Different traits determine introduction, naturalization and invasion success in woody plants : proteaceae as a test case
A major aim of invasion ecology is to identify characteristics of successful invaders. However, most plant groups studied in detail (e.g. pines and acacias) have a high percentage of invasive taxa. Here we examine the ...
A global assessment of a large monocot family highlights the need for group-specific analyses of invasiveness
(Oxford University Press on behalf of the Annals of Botany Company, 2016)
Significant progress has been made in understanding biological invasions recently, and one of the key findings is that the determinants of naturalization and invasion success vary from group to group. Here, we explore this ...