• Biological Flora of the British Isles: Ambrosia artemisiifolia 

      Essl, F.; Biró, K.; Brandes, D.; Broennimann, O.; Bullock, J.M.; Chapman, D.S.; Chauvel, B.; Dullinger, S.; Fumanal, B.; Guisan, A.; Karrer, G.; Kazinczi, G.; Kueffer, C.; Laitung, B.; Lavoie, C.; Leitner, M.; Mang, T.; Moser, D.; Müller-Schärer, H.; Petitpierre, B.; Richter, R.; Schaffner, U.; Smith, M.; Starfinger, U.; Vautard, R.; Vogl, G.; von der Lippe, M.; Follak, S. (British Ecological Society, 2015)
      1. This account presents information on all aspects of the biology of Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. (Common ragweed) that are relevant to understanding its ecology. The main topics are presented within the standard framework ...
    • Drivers of the relative richness of naturalized and invasive plant species on Earth 

      Essl, F.; Dawson, W; Kreft, H.; Pergl, J.; Pyšek, P.; Van Kleunen, M.; Weigelt, P.; Mang, T.; Dullinger, S.; Lenzner, B.; Moser, D.; Maurel, N.; Seebens, H.; Stein, A.; Weber, E.; Chatelain, C.; Inderjit; Genovesi, P.; Kartesz, J.; Morozova, O.; Nishino, M.; Nowak, P.; Pagad, S.; Shu, W.-S.; Winter, M. (2019)
      Biological invasions are a defining feature of the Anthropocene, but the factors that determine the spatially uneven distribution of alien plant species are still poorly understood. Here, we present the first global analysis ...
    • Early successional ectomycorrhizal fungi are more likely to naturalize outside their native range than other ectomycorrhizal fungi 

      Vlk, L.; Tedersoo, L.; Antl, T.; Větrovský, T.; Abarenkov, K.; Pergl, J.; Albrechtová, J.; Vosátka, M.; Baldrian, P.; Pyšek, P.; Kohout, P. (2020)
    • Latitudinal and longitudinal barriers in global biogeography 

      Procheş, Ş. (The Royal Society, 2006)
      Due to changes in climate and continental arrangement, plant and animal assemblages faced different dispersal barriers at different moments in Earth’s history. It is generally accepted that groups which diversified ...