Jennifer Bufford
Jennifer Bufford
Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research
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The emerging science of linked plant–fungal invasions
IA Dickie, JL Bufford, RC Cobb, ML Desprez‐Loustau, G Grelet, PE Hulme, ...
New Phytologist 215 (4), 1314-1332, 2017
Woody exotic plant invasions and fire: reciprocal impacts and consequences for native ecosystems
L Mandle, JL Bufford, IB Schmidt, CC Daehler
Biological Invasions 13, 1815-1827, 2011
Import volumes and biosecurity interventions shape the arrival rate of fungal pathogens
BA Sikes, JL Bufford, PE Hulme, JA Cooper, PR Johnston, RP Duncan
PLoS biology 16 (5), e2006025, 2018
Detection of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana in the rhizosphere of wound-stressed Zea mays plants
AC Mckinnon, T Glare, H Ridgway, A Mendoza-Mendoza, A Holyoake, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 1161, 2018
Taxonomic similarity, more than contact opportunity, explains novel plant–pathogen associations between native and alien taxa
JL Bufford, PE Hulme, BA Sikes, JA Cooper, PR Johnston, RP Duncan
New Phytologist 212 (3), 657-667, 2016
Loss of functional diversity and network modularity in introduced plant-fungal symbioses
IA Dickie, JA Cooper, JL Bufford, PE Hulme, ST Bates
AoB Plants 9 (1), plw084, 2017
Global costs of plant invasions must not be underestimated
A Novoa, D Moodley, JA Catford, M Golivets, J Bufford, F Essl, B Lenzner, ...
Pensoft Publishers, 2021
Sterility and lack of pollinator services explain reproductive failure in non‐invasive ornamental plants
JL Bufford, CC Daehler
Diversity and Distributions 20 (8), 975-985, 2014
Heat reduces nitric oxide production required for auxin-mediated gene expression and fate determination in tree tobacco guard cell protoplasts
RA Beard, DJ Anderson, JL Bufford, G Tallman
Plant physiology 159 (4), 1608-1623, 2012
Defoliation by pastoralists affects savanna tree seedling dynamics by limiting the facilitative role of canopy cover
JL Bufford, OG Gaoue
Ecological Applications 25 (5), 1319-1329, 2015
Biotic resistance to tropical ornamental invasion
JL Bufford, MH Lurie, CC Daehler
Journal of Ecology 104 (2), 518-530, 2016
Forest Invasion by the African Tulip Tree (Spathodea campanulata) in the Hawaiian Islands: Are Seedlings Shade-Tolerant?
S Larrue, C Daehler, F Vautier, JL Bufford
Pacific Science 68 (3), 345-358, 2014
Strong fitness differences impede coexistence between an alien water fern (Azolla pinnata R. Br.) and its native congener (Azolla rubra R. Br.) in New Zealand
C Ocampo-Ariza, JL Bufford, PE Hulme, PD Champion, W Godsoe
Biological Invasions 20 (10), 2889-2897, 2018
Novel interactions between alien pathogens and native plants increase plant–pathogen network connectance and decrease specialization
JL Bufford, PE Hulme, BA Sikes, JA Cooper, PR Johnston, RP Duncan
Journal of Ecology 108 (2), 750-760, 2020
A network perspective for sustainable agroecosystems
WJ Allen, JL Bufford, AD Barnes, BIP Barratt, JR Deslippe, IA Dickie, ...
Trends in Plant Science 27 (8), 769-780, 2022
Increased adaptive phenotypic plasticity in the introduced range in alien weeds under drought and flooding
JL Bufford, PE Hulme
Biological Invasions 23 (8), 2675-2688, 2021
Life history strategies
JL Bufford, CC Daehler
Encyclopedia of Introduced Invasive Species, 437-441, 2011
Manejo del humedal Palo Verde y de las comunidades de aves asociadas a sus diferentes hábitats
JL Bufford, E Gonzalez
Ambientales 43, 7-16, 2012
Seed size–number trade‐offs are absent in the introduced range for three congeneric plant invaders
JL Bufford, PE Hulme
Journal of Ecology 109 (11), 3849-3860, 2021
Can the enemy release hypothesis explain the success of Rumex (Polygonaceae) species in an introduced range?
CA Costan, WK Godsoe, JL Bufford, JWM Marris, PE Hulme
Biological Invasions 24 (9), 2665-2677, 2022
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