Jean H. Burns
Jean H. Burns
Assistant Professor of Biology, Case Western Reserve University
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More closely related species are more ecologically similar in an experimental test
JH Burns, SY Strauss
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (13), 5302-5307, 2011
A critical review of twenty years’ use of the resource-ratio theory
TE Miller, JH Burns, P Munguia, EL Walters, JM Kneitel, PM Richards, ...
The American Naturalist 165 (4), 439-448, 2005
A comparison of invasive and non‐invasive dayflowers (Commelinaceae) across experimental nutrient and water gradients
JH Burns
Diversity and Distributions 10 (5‐6), 387-397, 2004
Soil microbial community variation correlates most strongly with plant species identity, followed by soil chemistry, spatial location and plant genus
JH Burns, BL Anacker, SY Strauss, DJ Burke
AoB plants 7, plv030, 2015
General guidelines for invasive plant management based on comparative demography of invasive and native plant populations
S Ramula, TM Knight, JH Burns, YM Buckley
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (4), 1124-1133, 2008
Widespread vulnerability of flowering plant seed production to pollinator declines
JG Rodger, JM Bennett, M Razanajatovo, TM Knight, M van Kleunen, ...
Science advances 7 (42), eabd3524, 2021
Relatedness and environment affect traits associated with invasive and noninvasive introduced Commelinaceae
JH Burns
Ecological Applications 16 (4), 1367-1376, 2006
Effects of competition on phylogenetic signal and phenotypic plasticity in plant functional traits
JH Burns, SY Strauss
Ecology, S126-S137, 2012
Effect of community structure on invasion success and rate
TE Miller, JM Kneitel, JH Burns
Ecology 83 (4), 898-905, 2002
Causes and consequences of variation in plant population growth rate: a synthesis of matrix population models in a phylogenetic context
YM Buckley, S Ramula, SP Blomberg, JH Burns, EE Crone, J Ehrlén, ...
Ecology letters 13 (9), 1182-1197, 2010
Land use and pollinator dependency drives global patterns of pollen limitation in the Anthropocene
JM Bennett, JA Steets, JH Burns, LA Burkle, JC Vamosi, M Wolowski, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 3999, 2020
A comparison of plastic responses to competition by invasive and non-invasive congeners in the Commelinaceae
JH Burns, AA Winn
Biological Invasions 8, 797-807, 2006
A phylogenetically controlled analysis of the roles of reproductive traits in plant invasions
JH Burns, TL Ashman, JA Steets, A Harmon-Threatt, TM Knight
Oecologia 166, 1009-1017, 2011
Soil heterogeneity generated by plant–soil feedbacks has implications for species recruitment and coexistence
AJ Brandt, H de Kroon, HL Reynolds, JH Burns
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 277-286, 2013
Greater sexual reproduction contributes to differences in demography of invasive plants and their noninvasive relatives
JH Burns, EA Pardini, MR Schutzenhofer, YA Chung, KJ Seidler, ...
Ecology 94 (5), 995-1004, 2013
Empirical tests of life‐history evolution theory using phylogenetic analysis of plant demography
JH Burns, SP Blomberg, EE Crone, J Ehrlen, TM Knight, JB Pichancourt, ...
Journal of Ecology 98 (2), 334-344, 2010
Reflections on, and visions for, the changing field of pollination ecology
TM Knight, TL Ashman, JM Bennett, JH Burns, S Passonneau, JA Steets
Ecology Letters 21 (8), 1282-1295, 2018
Breeding system and pollination ecology of introduced plants compared to their native relatives
AN Harmon‐Threatt, JH Burns, LA Shemyakina, TM Knight
American Journal of Botany 96 (8), 1544-1550, 2009
Herbaceous perennial plants with short generation time have stronger responses to climate anomalies than those with longer generation time
A Compagnoni, S Levin, DZ Childs, S Harpole, M Paniw, G Römer, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1824, 2021
Phylogenetic studies in the Commelinaceae subfamily Commelinoideae inferred from nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast DNA sequences
JH Burns, RB Faden, SJ Steppan
Systematic Botany 36 (2), 268-276, 2011
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