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Background and Aims: Lespedeza cuneata is a non-native invasive legume that alters the soil bacterial community, associates promiscuously with rhizobia, and benefits more from rhizobial interactions compared to coexisting native Lespedeza in North America. We tested the hypothesis that native...

Author(s)
Busby, R. R.; Rodriguez, G.; Gebhart, D. L.; Yannarell, A. C.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Plant and Soil, 2016, 401, 1/2, pp 427-436
Abstract

Lespedeza cuneata (sericea) is an Asian legume introduced to the US in the 1930s for erosion control and forage, but it can strongly reduce the abundance of native grassland plants. One possible explanation for this high invasive capacity is that L. cuneata is able to alter soil conditions to...

Author(s)
Coykendall, K. E.; Houseman, G. R.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Biological Invasions, 2014, 16, 8, pp 1735-1742
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Background and Aims: Lespedeza cuneata (Dum. Cours.) G. Don is an invasive legume that displaces populations of native N. American congeners. Our aims are to determine the growth benefits of different rhizobacterial strains for L. cuneata and native Lespedeza virginica (L.) Britton, and to...

Author(s)
Hu, L. Z.; Busby, R. R.; Gebhart, D. L.; Yannarell, A. C.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Plant and Soil, 2014, 384, 1/2, pp 315-325
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Invasive plant species can modify soils in a way that benefits their fitness more than the fitness of native species. However, it is unclear how competition among plant species alters the strength and direction of plant-soil feedbacks. We tested how community context altered plant-soil feedback...

Author(s)
Crawford, K. M.; Knight, T. M.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Oecologia, 2017, 183, 1, pp 211-220
Abstract

This study was conducted to determine the chemical composition of sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) as well as soil and landscape characteristics that correlate with its invasion. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) were used to determine the pattern of...

Author(s)
Mikhailova, E.; Hagan, D.; Sharp, J.; Allerton, T.; Burdette, K.; Mealing, V.; Ritter, B.; Solomons, A.; Stiglitz, R.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 2016, 47, 5, pp 630-638
Abstract

While some plants have modified seed structures to facilitate dispersal, many lack such specialised adaptations, making their mode of dispersal unclear. This can be particularly problematic for predicting shifts in species ranges or tracking the spread of invasive plants. As an example, the seed...

Author(s)
Quick, Z. I.; Houseman, G. R.; Büyüktahtakin, İ. E.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Weed Research (Oxford), 2017, 57, 1, pp 35-43
Abstract

To better understand the strategies and mechanisms of invading plants in tallgrass prairie, physiological and morphological characteristics of the invasive Lespedeza cuneata were compared to the dominant and abundant natives Ambrosia psilostachya and Andropogon gerardii. Gas exchange, chlorophyll...

Author(s)
Allred, B. W.; Fuhlendorf, S. D.; Monaco, T. A.; Will, R. E.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Citation
Biological Invasions, 2010, 12, 4, pp 739-749
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Invasive plant species can potentially exert competitive or facilitative effects on insect pollination services of native species. Factors that influence these effects include the degree of shared pollinator species, synchronous flowering phenology, similar flower morphology and color, relatedness...

Author(s)
Woods, T. M.; Jonas, J. L.; Ferguson, C. J.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Biological Invasions, 2012, 14, 5, pp 1045-1059
Abstract

Although invasion risk is expected to increase with propagule pressure (PP), it is unclear whether PP-invasibility relationships follow an asymptotic or some other non-linear form and whether such relationships vary with underlying environmental conditions. Using manipulations of PP, soil fertility ...

Author(s)
Houseman, G. R.; Foster, B. L.; Brassil, C. E.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Oecologia, 2014, 174, 2, pp 511-520
Abstract

Research in community invasibiliy has focused on biotic and abiotic factors that influence the establishment of invasive species and whether such factors vary with spatial scale. Here, we investigate the role of both biotic and abiotic factors associated with the initial establishment of Lespedeza ...

Author(s)
Souza, L.; Bunn, W. A.; Weltzin, J. F.; Sanders, N. J.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Biological Invasions, 2011, 13, 1, pp 255-267

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