• A conceptual map of invasion biology: integrating hypotheses into a consensus network 

      Enders, M.; Havemann, F.; Ruland, F.; Bernard-Verdier, M.; Catford, J.A.; Gómez-Aparicio, L.; Haider, S.; Heger, T.; Kueffer, C.; Kühn, I.; Meyerson, L.A.; Musseau, C.; Novoa, A.; Ricciardi, A.; Sagouis, A.; Schittko, C.; Strayer, D.L.; Vilà, M.; Essl, F.; Hulme, P.E.; van Kleunen, M.; Kumschick, S.; Lockwood, J.L.; Mabey, A.L.; McGeoch, M.A.; Palma, E.; Pyšek, P.; Saul, W.-C.; Yannelli, F.A.; Jeschke, J.M. (2020)
      Background and aims: Since its emergence in the mid-20th century, invasion biol-ogy has matured into a productive research field addressing questions of fundamen-tal and applied importance. Not only has the number of ...
    • A four-component classification of uncertainties in biological invasions: implications for management 

      Latombe, G.; Canavan, S.; Hirsch, H.; Hui, C.; Kumschick, S.; Nsikani, M.N.; Potgieter, L.J.; Robinson, T.B.; Saul, W.-C.; Turner, S.C.; Wilson, J.R.U.; Yannelli, F.A.; Richardson, D.M. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2019)
      Although uncertainty is an integral part of any science, it raises doubts in public perception about scientific evidence, is exploited by denialists, and therefore potentially hinders the implementation of management ...
    • Importance of soil legacy effects and successful mutualistic interactions during Australian acacia invasions in nutrient-poor environments 

      Le Roux, J.J.; Ellis, A.G.; van Zyl, L.-M.; Hosking, N.D.; Keet, J.-H.; Yannelli, F.A. (British Ecological Society, 2018)
      1. Non-native plants often alter environments they invade, favouring their own performance through positive feedbacks. Plant–soil interactions represent one such mechanism, but their complexity (e.g. invader-induced changes ...
    • Invasion syndromes: a systematic approach for predicting biological invasions and facilitating effective management 

      Novoa, A.; Richardson, D.M.; Pyšek, P.; Meyerson, L.A.; Bacher, S.; Canavan, S.; Catford, J.A.; Čuda, J.; Essl, F.; Foxcroft, L.C.; Genovesi, P.; Hirsch, H.; Hui, C.; Jackson, M.C.; Kueffer, C.; Le Roux, J.J.; Measey, J.; Mohanty, N.P.; Moodley, D.; Müller-Schärer, H.; Packer, J.G.; Pergl, J.; Robinson, T.B.; Saul, W.C.; Shackleton, R.T.; Visser, V.; Weyl, O.L.F.; Yannelli, F.A.; Wilson, J.R.U. (2020)
      Our ability to predict invasions has been hindered by the seemingly idiosyncratic context-dependency of individual invasions. However, we argue that robust and useful generalisations in invasion science can be made by ...
    • No evidence for novel weapons: biochemical recognition modulates early ontogenetic processes in native species and invasive acacias 

      Yannelli, F.A.; Novoa, A.; Lorenzo, P.; Rodriguez, J.; Le Roux, J.J. (2020)
      The Novel Weapons Hypothesis postulates that the release of allelochemicals by alien plants can inhibit the growth of evolutionary naive native plants. On the other hand, when species share a recent evolutionary history, ...
    • Recent anthropogenic plant extinctions differ in biodiversity hotspots and coldspots 

      Le Roux, J.J.; Hui, C.; Castillo, M.L.; Iriondo, J.M.; Keet, J.H.; Khapugin, A.A.; Medail, F.; Rejmanek, M.; Theron, G.; Yannelli, F.A.; Hirsch, H. (2019)
      During the Anthropocene, humans are changing the Earth system in ways that will be detectable for millennia to come [1]. Biologically, these changes include habitat destruction, biotic homogenization, increased species ...
    • Recent anthropogenic plant extinctions differ in biodiversity hotspots and coldspots 

      Le Roux, J.J.; Hui, C.; Castillo, M.L.; Iriondo, J.M.; Keet, J-H.; Khapugin, A.A.; Médail, F.; Rejmánek, M.; Theron, G.; Yannelli, F.A.; Hirsch, H. (2019)
      Summary During the Anthropocene, humans are changing the Earth system in ways that will be detectable for millennia to come [1]. Biologically, these changes include habitat destruction, biotic homogenization, increased ...