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Losses from the seed bank of Mimosa pigra: soil micro-organisms vs. temperature fluctuations.

Published online: 03 Aug 1995

Authors: Lonsdale, W. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Field and laboratory experiments were conducted to investigate the relative contributions of the soil microflora and soil temperature fluctuations to ...

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Support for different types of wildlife management is related to underlying human values.

Published online: 04 Nov 2020

Authors: St. John, F. A. V. & Steadman, J. & Austen, G. & Redpath, S. M.

Content type: Miscellaneous

Conflicts between people over wildlife management are damaging, widespread, and notoriously difficult to resolve where people hold different values an...

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The impact of cattle ranching on large-scale vegetation patterns in a coastal savanna in Tanzania.

Published online: 27 Aug 2003

Authors: Tobler, M. W. & Cochard, R. & Edwards, P. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The success of large-scale cattle ranching in African savanna vegetation has often been limited by problems of bush encroachment and disease (in parti...

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Changes in the rhizome system of bracken subjected to long-term experimental treatment.

Published online: 27 Aug 2003

Authors: Duc, M. G. le & Pakeman, R. J. & Marrs, R. H.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Bracken Pteridium aquilinum is a serious weed of upland and marginal land. Its extensive rhizome system and large carbohydrate reserves make control d...

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Integrating herbicide and mechanical control treatments with fire and biological control to manage an invasive wetland shrub, Mimosa pigra.

Published online: 15 Sep 2004

Authors: Paynter, Q. & Flanagan, G. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

In Australia, biological control is a promising long-term management strategy for the woody weed mimosa Mimosa pigra but does not yet provide adequate...

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Effects of biological control on long-term population dynamics: identifying unexpected outcomes.

Published online: 05 Feb 2014

Authors: Reilly, J. R. & Elderd, B. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Attempts to control natural systems through management have often met with success but have also led to unexpected and often undesirable outcomes. Unf...

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Bottom-up control of water hyacinth weevil populations: do the plants regulate the insects?

Published online: 07 Apr 2010

Authors: Center, T. D. & Dray, F. A., Jr.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Nutrient availability varies widely in aquatic systems and is likely to profoundly affect the outcomes of plant-herbivore interactions in aquatic envi...

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Bark beetles attacking conifer seedlings: picking on the weakest or feasting upon the fittest?

Published online: 25 Feb 2015

Authors: Sopow, S. L. & Bader, M. K. F. & Brockerhoff, E. G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Plant stress from causes such as drought is thought to increase the susceptibility of plants to herbivore attack and damage. Although this forms the b...

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Relative impacts of gypsy moth outbreaks and insecticide treatments on forest resources and ecosystems: an experimental approach.

Published online: 12 Apr 2021

Authors: Leroy, B. M. L. & Lemme, H. & Braumiller, P. & Hilmers, T. & Jacobs, M. & Hochrein, S. & Kienlein, S. & Müller, J. & Pretzsch, H. & Stimm, K. & Seibold, S. & Jaworek, J. & Hahn, W. A. & Müller-Kroehling Stefan & Weisser WolfgangW.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Gypsy moth outbreaks cause severe defoliation in Holarctic forests, both in North America where it is invasive, and in its native range in Eurasia. De...

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Spatial pattern formation facilitates eradication of infectious diseases.

Published online: 23 Apr 2008

Authors: Eisinger, D. & Thulke, H. H.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Control of animal-born diseases is a major challenge faced by applied ecologists and public health managers. To improve cost-effectiveness, the effort...

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