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Competition between two submersed aquatic macrophytes, Potamogeton pectinatus and Potamogeton gramineus, across a light gradientSPENCER, David F; REJMANEK, Marcel.Aquatic botany. 2010, Vol 92, Num 4, pp 239-244, issn 0304-3770, 6 p.Article

The numerical and functional responses of a granivorous rodent and the fate of Neotropical tree seedsKLINGER, Rob; REJMANEK, Marcel.Ecology (Durham). 2009, Vol 90, Num 6, pp 1549-1563, issn 0012-9658, 15 p.Article

Multiple source pools for Galápagos plant species richness: a critical analysis of the line of sight connectivity indexREJMANEK, Marcel; KLINGER, Robert.Global ecology and biogeography (Print). 2002, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 163-168, issn 1466-822XArticle

A strong conditional mutualism limits and enhances seed dispersal and germination of a tropical palmKLINGER, Rob; REJMANEK, Marcel.Oecologia. 2010, Vol 162, Num 4, pp 951-963, issn 0029-8549, 13 p.Article

Trees and shrubs as invasive alien species ― 2013 update of the global databaseREJMANEK, Marcel; RICHARDSON, David M.Diversity and distributions. 2013, Vol 19, Num 7-8, pp 1093-1094, issn 1366-9516, 2 p.Article

Assessing potential invasiveness of woody horticultural plant species using seedling growth rate traitsGROTKOPP, Eva; ERSKINE-OGDEN, Jennifer; REJMANEK, Marcel et al.Journal of applied ecology (Print). 2010, Vol 47, Num 6, pp 1320-1328, issn 0021-8901, 9 p.Article

Recovery of native plant communities after the control of a dominant invasive plant species, Foeniculum vulgare : Implications for managementERSKINE OGDEN, Jennifer A; REJMANEK, Marcel.Biological conservation. 2005, Vol 125, Num 4, pp 427-439, issn 0006-3207, 13 p.Article

Combining efficient methods to detect spread of woody invaders in urban―rural matrix landscapes: an exploration using two species of OleaceaeASIAN, Clare E; REJMANEK, Marcel; KLINGER, Robert et al.Journal of applied ecology (Print). 2012, Vol 49, Num 2, pp 331-338, issn 0021-8901, 8 p.Article

δ15N as an indicator of N2-fixation by cyanobacterial mats in tropical marshesREJMANKOVA, Eliska; KOMARKOVA, Jaroslava; REJMANEK, Marcel et al.Biogeochemistry (Dordrecht). 2004, Vol 67, Num 3, pp 353-368, issn 0168-2563, 16 p.Article

Species pools and the hump-back model of plant species diversity : an empirical analysis at a relevant spatial scaleSAFFORD, Hugh Deforest; REJMANEK, Marcel; HADAC, Emil et al.Oikos. 2001, Vol 95, Num 2, pp 282-290, issn 0030-1299Article

Invasion Biology. WorkshopCAREY, James R; MOYLE, Peter; REJMANEK, Marcel et al.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, issn 0006-3207, 216 p.Conference Proceedings

The number of vegetation types in European countries: major determinants and extrapolation to other regionsJIMENEZ-ALFARO, Borja; CHYTRY, Milan; REJMANEK, Marcel et al.Journal of vegetation science. 2014, Vol 25, Num 3, pp 863-872, issn 1100-9233, 10 p.Article

Invasive plants : approaches and predictionsREJMANEK, Marcel.Austral ecology (Print). 2000, Vol 25, Num 5, pp 497-506, issn 1442-9985Conference Paper

Invasion biology and ecological impacts of brown trout Salmo trutta in New ZealandTOWNSEND, C. R.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 13-22, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Models of spatial spread : A synthesisHASTINGS, A.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 143-148, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

The characters of successful invadersWILLIAMSON, M. H; FITTER, A.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 163-170, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Invasive trees and shrubs: where do they come from and what we should expect in the future?REJMANEK, Marcel.Biological invasions. 2014, Vol 16, Num 3, pp 483-498, issn 1387-3547, 16 p.Article

An agenda for invasion biologyVERMEIJ, G. J.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 3-9, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Lessons for invasion theory from social insectsMOLLER, H.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 125-142, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

A theory of seed plant invasiveness : The first sketchREJMANEK, M.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 171-181, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Global patterns in the establishment and distribution of exotic birdsCASE, T. J.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 69-96, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Relationships of phytogeography and diversity of tropical tree species with limestone topography in southern BelizeBREWER, Steven W; REJMANEK, Marcel; WEBB, Molly A. H et al.Journal of biogeography. 2003, Vol 30, Num 11, pp 1669-1688, issn 0305-0270, 20 p.Article

Assessing the risks of invasion for genetically engineered plants : Acceptable evidence and reasonable doubtPARKER, I. M; KAREIVA, P.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 193-203, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Predicting the identity and fate of plant invaders : Emergent and emerging approachesMACK, R. N.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 107-121, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Risks of species introduced for biological controlSIMBERLOFF, D; STILING, P.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 185-192, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

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