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Volume 96, Number 1, January 2008

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Journal of Ecology News
pp. 1-6(6)
Authors: Davies, Barney; Hutchings, Michael; Gibson, David; Bardgett, Richard

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Editorial
pp. 7-7(1)
Authors: Hutchings, Mike; Gibson, David; Bardgett, Richard; Davies, Barney

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Linking ecological and built components of urban mosaics: an open cycle of ecological design
pp. 8-12(5)
Authors: Pickett, S. T. A.; Cadenasso, M. L.

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A new framework for predicting invasive plant species
pp. 13-17(5)
Authors: Moles, Angela T.; Gruber, Monica A. M.; Bonser, Stephen P.

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Facilitation in plant communities: the past, the present, and the future
pp. 18-34(17)
Authors: Brooker, Rob W.; Maestre, Fernando T.; Callaway, Ragan M.; Lortie, Christopher L.; Cavieres, Lohengrin A.; Kunstler, Georges; Liancourt, Pierre; Tielbörger, Katja; Travis, Justin M. J.; Anthelme, Fabien; Armas, Cristina; Coll, Lluis; Corcket, Emmanuel; Delzon, Sylvain; Forey, Estelle; Kikvidze, Zaal; Olofsson, Johan; Pugnaire, Francisco; Quiroz, Constanza L.; Saccone, Patrick; Schiffers, Katja; Seifan, Merav; Touzard, Blaize; Michalet, Richard

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Exotic invasive plant accumulates native soil pathogens which inhibit native plants
pp. 58-67(10)
Authors: Mangla, Seema; •, Inderjit; Callaway, Ragan M.

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Short- and long-term effects of disturbance and propagule pressure on a biological invasion
pp. 68-77(10)
Authors: Britton-Simmons, Kevin H.; Abbott, Karen C.

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Canopy cover mediates interactions between a specialist caterpillar and seedlings of a neotropical tree
pp. 103-113(11)
Authors: Norghauer, Julian M.; Malcolm, Jay R.; Zimmerman, Barbara L.

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Damage and shade enhance climbing and promote associational resistance in a climbing plant
pp. 122-126(5)
Authors: González-Teuber, Marcia; Gianoli, Ernesto

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Divergence and diversity in the defensive ecology of Inga at two Neotropical sites
pp. 127-135(9)
Authors: Brenes-Arguedas, Tania; Coley, Phyllis D.; Kursar, Thomas A.

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Threshold changes in vegetation along a grazing gradient in Mongolian rangelands
pp. 145-154(10)
Authors: Sasaki, Takehiro; Okayasu, Tomoo; Jamsran, Undarmaa; Takeuchi, Kazuhiko

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Predicting tree mortality from growth data: how virtual ecologists can help real ecologists
pp. 174-187(14)
Authors: Wunder, Jan; Reineking, Björn; Bigler, Christof; Bugmann, Harald

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Interspecific demographic trade-offs and soil-related habitat associations of tree species along resource gradients
pp. 192-203(12)
Authors: Russo, Sabrina E.; Brown, Patrick; Tan, Sylvester; Davies, Stuart J

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Dispersion of traits related to competitive ability in an old-field plant community
pp. 204-212(9)
Authors: Schamp, Brandon S.; Chau, Joyce; Aarssen, Lonnie W.

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Stress-induced dynamic adjustments of reproduction differentially affect fitness components of a semi-arid plant
pp. 222-229(8)
Authors: Aragón, Cristina F.; Escudero, Adrián; Valladares, Fernando

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