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Contrasting Effects of Allelochemicals from Two Invasive Plants on the Performance of a Nonmycorrhizal Plant
In addition to resource competition, allelopathy is believed to contribute to the invasiveness and impact of several plant invaders of North America. In this study, we examined whether aqueous leafExpand
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Separating Above- and Belowground Effects of Alliaria Petiolata and Lonicera Maackii on The Performance of Impatiens Capensis
ABSTRACT Invasive plants can exert their effects on native plants through both above- and belowground mechanisms. In a fully factorial field study, we examined the effects of activated carbonExpand
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Continent-wide analysis of how urbanization affects bird-window collision mortality in North America
Abstract Characteristics of buildings and land cover surrounding buildings influence the number of bird-window collisions, yet little is known about whether bird-window collisions are associated withExpand
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A review of garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata, Brassicaceae) as an allelopathic plant
Abstract Alliaria petiolata is a widespread biennial herb from Eurasia that is one of the most recognizable invasive plants of forests in the eastern United States and southern Canada. After twoExpand
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Comparison of allelopathic effects of five invasive species on two native species1
Abstract Recent studies have found that allelopathy can be an important mechanism of plant invasions. Alliaria petiolata, Lonicera maackii, Ranunculus ficaria, Celastrus orbiculatus, and MicrostegiumExpand
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Variation in Resistance of Experienced and Naïve Seedlings of Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) to Invasive Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata)
Abstract. The invasive species garlic mustard, Alliaria petiolata , has negative impacts on understory forest species in the Midwest. Plants that coexist with A. petiolata in the field may showExpand
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Genetic Structure of the Endangered Northeastern Bulrush (Scirpus ancistrochaetus) in Pennsylvania, USA, Using Information from RAPD and SNPs
The northeastern bulrush, Scirpus ancistrochaetus, is a federally endangered wetland plant species found primarily in Pennsylvania, USA. Data on the population genetic structureof this species areExpand
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Habitat Assessment and Conservation Status of Endangered Northeastern Bulrush
Abstract Scirpus ancistrochaetus (Northeastern Bulrush) is a federally endangered sedge that grows in temporary wetlands. We performed surveys of 90 wetlands in Pennsylvania, Maryland, WestExpand
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Genetic Population Structure across the Range of Endangered Northeastern Bulrush, Scirpus ancistrochaetus
Premise of research. Determining population structure and the spatial distribution of existing genetic variation is important for prioritizing areas for conservation of endangered species.Expand
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