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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 100, Number 5, 1 September 2012

Is climate a stronger driver of tree growth than disturbance? A comment on Toledo et al. (2011)
pp. 1065-1068(4)
Authors: Ferry, Bruno; Bontemps, Jean‐Daniel; Blanc, Lilian; Baraloto, Christopher

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Driving factors of forest growth: a reply to Ferry et al. (2012)
pp. 1069-1073(5)
Authors: Toledo, Marisol; Poorter, Lourens; Peña‐Claros, Marielos; Alarcón, Alfredo; Balcázar, Julio; Leaño, Claudio; Licona, Juan C.; Llanque, Oscar; Vroomans, Vincent; Zuidema, Pieter A.; Bongers, Frans

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Loss of a dominant nitrogen‐fixing shrub in primary succession: consequences for plant and below‐ground communities
pp. 1074-1084(11)
Authors: St. John, Mark G.; Bellingham, Peter J.; Walker, Lawrence R.; Orwin, Kate H.; Bonner, Karen I.; Dickie, Ian A.; Morse, Chris W.; Yeates, Gregor W.; Wardle, David A.; Austin, Amy

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Species and organ specificity of fungal endophytes in herbaceous grassland plants
pp. 1085-1092(8)
Authors: Wearn, James A.; Sutton, Brian C.; Morley, Neil J.; Gange, Alan C.

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Continental‐scale variability in browser diversity is a major driver of diversity patterns in acacias across Africa
pp. 1093-1104(12)
Authors: Greve, Michelle; Lykke, Anne M.; Fagg, Christopher W.; Bogaert, Jan; Friis, Ib; Marchant, Rob; Marshall, Andrew R.; Ndayishimiye, Joël; Sandel, Brody S.; Sandom, Christopher; Schmidt, Marco; Timberlake, Jonathan R.; Wieringa, Jan J.; Zizka, Georg; Svenning, Jens‐Christian

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Snail grazing facilitates growth of two morphologically similar bloom‐forming Ulva species through different mechanisms
pp. 1105-1112(8)
Authors: Guidone, Michele; Thornber, Carol S.; Vincent, Emily; Sipes, Sedonia

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Biomass partitioning and root morphology of savanna trees across a water gradient
pp. 1113-1121(9)
Authors: Tomlinson, Kyle W.; Sterck, Frank J.; Bongers, Frans; da Silva, Dulce A.; Barbosa, Eduardo R. M.; Ward, David; Bakker, Freek T.; van Kaauwen, Martijn; Prins, Herbert H. T.; de Bie, Steven; van Langevelde, Frank

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Endemic plant communities on special soils: early victims or hardy survivors of climate change?
pp. 1122-1130(9)
Authors: Damschen, Ellen I.; Harrison, Susan; Ackerly, David D.; Fernandez‐Going, Barbara M.; Anacker, Brian L.

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Size is not everything for desiccation‐sensitive seeds
pp. 1131-1140(10)
Authors: Hill, James P.; Edwards, Will; Franks, Peter J.; Leishman, Michelle

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Pollination mode predicts phenological response to climate change in terrestrial orchids: a case study from central Europe
pp. 1141-1152(12)
Authors: Molnár, Attila; Tökölyi, Jácint; Végvári, Zsolt; Sramkó, Gábor; Sulyok, József; Barta, Zoltán; Bronstein, Judith

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Leaf traits and litter flammability: evidence for non‐additive mixture effects in a temperate forest
pp. 1153-1163(11)
Authors: de Magalhães, Rita M. Q.; Schwilk, Dylan W.

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Landscape context and management regime structure plant diversity in grassland communities
pp. 1164-1173(10)
Authors: Schmucki, Reto; Reimark, Josefin; Lindborg, Regina; Cousins, Sara A. O.

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Resource‐based habitat associations in a neotropical liana community
pp. 1174-1182(9)
Authors: Dalling, James W.; Schnitzer, Stefan A.; Baldeck, Claire; Harms, Kyle E.; John, Robert; Mangan, Scott A.; Lobo, Elena; Yavitt, Joseph B.; Hubbell, Stephen P.

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Trait evolution and the coexistence of a species swarm in the tropical forest understorey
pp. 1183-1193(11)
Authors: Sedio, Brian E.; Wright, S. Joseph; Dick, Christopher W.

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Evolution of dispersal traits in a biogeographical context: a study using the heterocarpic Rumex bucephalophorus as a model
pp. 1194-1203(10)
Authors: Talavera, María; Arista, Montserrat; Ortiz, Pedro L.; Rees, Mark

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Multiple competitive mechanisms underlie the effects of a strong invader on early‐ to late‐seral tree seedlings
pp. 1204-1215(12)
Authors: Urgenson, Lauren S.; Reichard, Sarah H.; Halpern, Charles B.

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Can floral traits predict an invasive plant's impact on native plant–pollinator communities?
pp. 1216-1223(8)
Authors: Gibson, Michelle R.; Richardson, David M.; Pauw, Anton

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Strong persistent growth differences govern individual performance and population dynamics in a tropical forest understorey palm
pp. 1224-1232(9)
Authors: Jansen, Merel; Zuidema, Pieter A.; Anten, Niels P. R.; Martínez‐Ramos, Miguel; Salguero‐Gómez, Roberto

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Sapwood area drives growth in mountain conifer forests
pp. 1233-1244(12)
Authors: Galván, J. Diego; Camarero, J. Julio; Sangüesa‐Barreda, Gabriel; Alla, Arben Q.; Gutiérrez, Emilia

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Resilience to chronic defoliation in a dioecious understorey tropical rain forest palm
pp. 1245-1256(12)
Authors: Lopez‐Toledo, Leonel; Anten, Niels P. R.; Endress, Bryan A.; Ackerly, David D.; Martínez‐Ramos, Miguel

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Spatial contiguity and continuity of canopy gaps in mixed wood boreal forests: persistence, expansion, shrinkage and displacement
pp. 1257-1268(12)
Authors: Vepakomma, Udayalakshmi; Kneeshaw, Daniel; Fortin, Marie‐Josée

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Biological Flora of the British Isles: Gymnadenia conopsea s.l.
pp. 1269-1288(20)
Authors: Meekers, Tine; Hutchings, Michael J.; Honnay, Olivier; Jacquemyn, Hans

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