Jeffrey Wright
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Limited grazing pressure by native herbivores on the invasive seaweed Caulerpa taxifolia in a temperate Australian estuary
JR Gollan, JT Wright
Marine and Freshwater Research 57 (7), 685-694, 2006
1192006
Density-dependent sea urchin grazing: differential removal of species, changes in community composition and alternative community states
JT Wright, SA Dworjanyn, CN Rogers, PD Steinberg, JE Williamson, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 298, 143-156, 2005
1022005
Behavioural interactions between ecosystem engineers control community species richness
PE Gribben, JE Byers, M Clements, LA McKenzie, PD Steinberg, ...
Ecology Letters 12 (11), 1127-1136, 2009
1002009
Chemical defense in a marine alga: heritability and the potential for selection by herbivores
JT Wright, R De Nys, AGB Poore, PD Steinberg
Ecology 85 (11), 2946-2959, 2004
972004
Variable direct and indirect effects of a habitat‐modifying invasive species on mortality of native fauna
JE Byers, JT Wright, PE Gribben
Ecology 91 (6), 1787-1798, 2010
862010
Positive versus negative effects of an invasive ecosystem engineer on different components of a marine ecosystem
PE Gribben, JE Byers, JT Wright, TM Glasby
Oikos 122 (6), 816-824, 2013
852013
Geographic variation in halogenated furanones from the red alga Delisea pulchra and associated herbivores and epiphytes
JT Wright, R De Nys, PD Steinberg
Marine Ecology Progress Series 207, 227-241, 2000
792000
Engineering or food? mechanisms of facilitation by a habitat‐forming invasive seaweed
JT Wright, JE Byers, JL DeVore, EE Sotka
Ecology 95 (10), 2699-2706, 2014
782014
Population structure and physiological differentiation of haplotypes of Caloglossa leprieurii (Rhodophyta) in a mangrove intertidal zone
GC Zuccarello, PH Yeates, JT Wright, J Bartlett
Journal of Phycology 37 (2), 235-244, 2001
742001
Cost of chemical defence in the red alga Delisea pulchra
S A. Dworjanyn, J T. Wright, N A. Paul, R De Nys, P D. Steinberg
Oikos 113 (1), 13-22, 2006
702006
Differences in soft-sediment macrobenthic assemblages invaded by Caulerpa taxifolia compared to uninvaded habitats
JG McKinnon, PE Gribben, AR Davis, DF Jolley, JT Wright
Marine ecology progress series 380, 59-71, 2009
652009
Reduced performance of native infauna following recruitment to a habitat-forming invasive marine alga
PE Gribben, JT Wright, WA O’Connor, MA Doblin, B Eyre, PD Steinberg
Oecologia 158 (4), 733-745, 2009
642009
Differences between native and invasive Caulerpa taxifolia: a link between asexual fragmentation and abundance in invasive populations
JT Wright
Marine Biology 147 (2), 559-569, 2005
642005
Variation in the morphology, reproduction and development of the habitat-forming kelp Ecklonia radiata with changing temperature and nutrients
CJT Mabin, PE Gribben, A Fischer, JT Wright
Marine Ecology Progress Series 483, 117-131, 2013
632013
Invasive seaweed enhances recruitment of a native bivalve: roles of refuge from predation and the habitat choice of recruits
PE Gribben, JT Wright
Marine Ecology Progress Series 318, 177-185, 2006
622006
Effect of variable recruitment and post‐recruitment herbivory on local abundance of a marine alga
JT Wright, PD Steinberg
Ecology 82 (8), 2200-2215, 2001
602001
Plant-soil feedbacks: a comparative study on the relative importance of soil feedbacks in the greenhouse versus the field
J Heinze, M Sitte, A Schindhelm, J Wright, J Joshi
Oecologia 181 (2), 559-569, 2016
572016
Genetic structure of the subtidal red alga Delisea pulchra
JT Wright, GC Zuccarello, PD Steinberg
Marine Biology 136 (3), 439-448, 2000
572000
Demographic feedback between clonal growth and fragmentation in an invasive seaweed
JT Wright, AR Davis
Ecology 87 (7), 1744-1754, 2006
552006
Habitat associated differences in temperate sponge assemblages:: the importance of chemical defence
JT Wright, K Benkendorff, AR Davis
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 213 (2), 199-213, 1997
511997
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