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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 99, Number 3, May 2011

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Extrinsic and intrinsic forcing of abrupt ecological change: case studies from the late Quaternary
pp. 664-677(14)
Authors: Williams, John W.; Blois, Jessica L.; Shuman, Bryan N.

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A climatically extreme year has large impacts on C4 species in tallgrass prairie ecosystems but only minor effects on species richness and other plant functional groups
pp. 678-688(11)
Authors: Arnone, John A.; Jasoni, Richard L.; Lucchesi, Annmarie J.; Larsen, Jessica D.; Leger, Elizabeth A.; Sherry, Rebecca A.; Luo, Yiqi; Schimel, David S.; Verburg, Paul S.J.

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Climate extremes initiate ecosystem-regulating functions while maintaining productivity
pp. 689-702(14)
Authors: Jentsch, Anke; Kreyling, Juergen; Elmer, Michael; Gellesch, Ellen; Glaser, Bruno; Grant, Kerstin; Hein, Roman; Lara, Marco; Mirzae, Heydar; Nadler, Stefanie E.; Nagy, Laura; Otieno, Denis; Pritsch, Karin; Rascher, Uwe; Schädler, Martin; Schloter, Michael; Singh, Brajesh K.; Stadler, Jutta; Walter, Julia; Wellstein, Camilla; Wöllecke, Jens; Beierkuhnlein, Carl

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Ecotypes of European grass species respond differently to warming and extreme drought
pp. 703-713(11)
Authors: Beierkuhnlein, Carl; Thiel, Daniel; Jentsch, Anke; Willner, Evelin; Kreyling, Juergen

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Extreme climatic event-triggered overstorey vegetation loss increases understorey solar input regionally: primary and secondary ecological implications
pp. 714-723(10)
Authors: Royer, Patrick D.; Cobb, Neil S.; Clifford, Michael J.; Huang, Cho-Ying; Breshears, David D.; Adams, Henry D.; Villegas, Juan Camilo

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Interactions among plants and evolution
pp. 729-740(12)
Authors: Thorpe, Andrea S.; Aschehoug, Erik T.; Atwater, Daniel Z.; Callaway, Ragan M.

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Response to ‘Testing the metabolic scaling theory of tree growth’
pp. 741-747(7)
Authors: Stark, Scott C.; Bentley, Lisa Patrick; Enquist, Brian J.

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Moving on from Metabolic Scaling Theory: hierarchical models of tree growth and asymmetric competition for light
pp. 748-756(9)
Authors: Coomes, David A.; Lines, Emily R.; Allen, Robert B.

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Functional traits and local environment predict vegetation responses to disturbance: a pan-European multi-site experiment
pp. 777-787(11)
Authors: Bernhardt-Römermann, Markus; Gray, Alan; Vanbergen, Adam J.; Bergès, Laurent; Bohner, Andreas; Brooker, Rob W.; De Bruyn, Luc; De Cinti, Bruno; Dirnböck, Thomas; Grandin, Ulf; Hester, Alison J.; Kanka, Róbert; Klotz, Stefan; Loucougaray, Grégory; Lundin, Lars; Matteucci, Giorgio; Mészáros, Ilona; Oláh, Viktor; Preda, Elena; Prévosto, Bernard; Pykälä, Juha; Schmidt, Wolfgang; Taylor, Michele E.; Vadineanu, Angheluta; Waldmann, Theresa; Stadler, Jutta

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Niche overlap reveals the effects of competition, disturbance and contrasting assembly processes in experimental grassland communities
pp. 788-796(9)
Authors: Mason, Norman W.H.; de Bello, Francesco; Doležal, Jiři; Lepš, Jan

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Ecology’s cruel dilemma, phylogenetic trait evolution and the assembly of Serengeti plant communities
pp. 797-806(10)
Authors: Anderson, T. Michael; Shaw, Joey; Olff, Han

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Predation risk indirectly enhances survival of seaweed recruits but not intraspecific competition in an intermediate herbivore species
pp. 807-817(11)
Authors: Molis, Markus; Preuss, Inken; Firmenich, Annika; Ellrich, Julius

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Litter inputs and plant interactions affect nectar sugar content
pp. 828-837(10)
Authors: Baude, Mathilde; Leloup, Julie; Suchail, Séverine; Allard, Béatrice; Benest, Danielle; Mériguet, Jacques; Nunan, Naoise; Dajoz, Isabelle; Raynaud, Xavier

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Competition may explain the fine-scale spatial patterns and genetic structure of two co-occurring plant congeners
pp. 838-848(11)
Authors: Matesanz, Silvia; Gimeno, Teresa E.; de la Cruz, Marcelino; Escudero, Adrián; Valladares, Fernando

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Do mycorrhizal symbioses cause rarity in orchids?
pp. 858-869(12)
Authors: Phillips, Ryan D.; Barrett, Matthew D.; Dixon, Kingsley W.; Hopper, Stephen D.

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Climate cues and resources interact to determine seed production by a masting species
pp. 870-877(8)
Authors: Smaill, Simeon J.; Clinton, Peter W.; Allen, Robert B.; Davis, Murray R.

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Biological Flora of the British Isles: Epipogium aphyllum Sw.
pp. 878-890(13)
Authors: Taylor, Lin; Roberts, David L.

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