Research Archive

Bio-Protection Research Centre

Research Archive

Bio-Protection Research Centre

 

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  • Bowen, J. L.; Kearns, P. J.; Byrnes, J. E. K.; Wigginton, S.; Allen, Warwick; Greenwood, M.; Tran, K.; Yu, J.; Cronin, J. T.; Meyerson, L. A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-09-05)
    Plant–microbe interactions play crucial roles in species invasions but are rarely investigated at the intraspecific level. Here, we study these interactions in three lineages of a globally distributed plant, Phragmites ...
  • Hulme, Philip E.; Pyšek, P.; Pergl, J.; Jarošík, V.; Schaffner, U.; Vilà, M. (Wiley Periodicals, Inc. on behalf of Society for Conservation Biology, 2014-09)
    Alien plants pose significant threats to protected areas worldwide yet many studies only describe the degree to which these areas have become invaded. Research must move toward a better understanding of alien plant impacts ...
  • Driscoll, D. A.; Catford, J. A.; Barney, J. N.; Hulme, Philip E.; Inderjit; Martin, T. G.; Pauchard, A.; Pyšek, P.; Richardson, D. M.; Riley, S.; Visser, V. (National Academy of Sciences, 2014-11-18)
    Agricultural intensification is critical to meet global food demand, but intensification threatens native species and degrades ecosystems. Sustainable intensification (SI) is heralded as a new approach for enabling growth ...
  • Dickie, Ian; Cooper, J. A.; Bufford, Jennifer; Hulme, Philip E.; Bates, S. T. (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Annals of Botany Company, 2017-01-01)
    The introduction of alien plants into a new range can result in the loss of co-evolved symbiotic organisms, such as mycorrhizal fungi, that are essential for normal plant physiological functions. Prior studies of mycorrhizal ...
  • Nieto-Jacobo, Maria; Steyaert, Johanna M.; Salazar-Badillo, F. B.; Vi Nguyen, D.; Rostás, M.; Braithwaite, Mark; De Souza, J. T.; Jimenez-Bremont, J. F.; Ohkura, M.; Stewart, A.; Mendoza - Mendoza, Artemio (Frontiers Media, 2017-02-09)
    Trichoderma species are soil-borne filamentous fungi widely utilized for their many plant health benefits, such as conferring improved growth, disease resistance and abiotic stress tolerance to their hosts. Many Trichoderma ...

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