Lauren Waller
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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
1132017
Navigating the labyrinth: a guide to sequence‐based, community ecology of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
MM Hart, K Aleklett, PL Chagnon, C Egan, S Ghignone, T Helgason, ...
New phytologist 207 (1), 235-247, 2015
1132015
Invasive plants escape from suppressive soil biota at regional scales
JL Maron, J Klironomos, L Waller, RM Callaway
Journal of Ecology 102 (1), 19-27, 2014
872014
Escape from competition: Neighbors reduce Centaurea stoebe performance at home but not away
RM Callaway, LP Waller, A Diaconu, R Pal, AR Collins, ...
Ecology 92 (12), 2208-2213, 2011
752011
Population‐level compensation impedes biological control of an invasive forb and indirect release of a native grass
YK Ortega, DE Pearson, LP Waller, NJ Sturdevant, JL Maron
Ecology 93 (4), 783-792, 2012
442012
What drives differences in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities among plant species?
Y Lekberg, LP Waller
Fungal Ecology 24, 135-138, 2016
432016
Effects of soil fungi, disturbance and propagule pressure on exotic plant recruitment and establishment at home and abroad
JL Maron, LP Waller, MA Hahn, A Diaconu, RW Pal, H Müller‐Schärer, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (4), 924-932, 2013
312013
Reduced mycorrhizal responsiveness leads to increased competitive tolerance in an invasive exotic plant
LP Waller, RM Callaway, JN Klironomos, YK Ortega, JL Maron
Journal of Ecology 104 (6), 1599-1607, 2016
252016
Biotic interactions drive ecosystem responses to exotic plant invaders
LP Waller, WJ Allen, BIP Barratt, LM Condron, FM França, JE Hunt, ...
Science 368 (6494), 967-972, 2020
232020
Sharing resources for mutual benefit: crosstalk between disciplines deepens the understanding of mycorrhizal symbioses across scales
LP Waller, J Felten, I Hiiesalu, H Vogt‐Schilb
102018
Cascading effects of fire retardant on plant–microbe interactions, community composition, and invasion
A Marshall, L Waller, Y Lekberg
Ecological Applications 26 (4), 996-1002, 2016
72016
Community‐level direct and indirect impacts of an invasive plant favour exotic over native species
WJ Allen, R Wainer, JM Tylianakis, BIP Barratt, MR Shadbolt, LP Waller, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (6), 2499-2510, 2020
52020
What drives differences in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities among plant species? Fungal Ecol 24: 135–138
Y Lekberg, LP Waller
52016
What happens in Europe stays in Europe: apparent evolution by an invader does not help at home
RW Pal, JL Maron, DU Nagy, LP Waller, A Tosto, H Liao, RM Callaway
Ecology 101 (8), e03072, 2020
32020
Trait differences in responses to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are stronger and more consistent than fixed differences among populations of Asclepias speciosa
LP Waller, PG Hahn, JL Maron, Y Lekberg
American journal of botany 105 (2), 207-214, 2018
22018
Data from: Reduced mycorrhizal responsiveness leads to increased competitive tolerance in an invasive exotic plant
LP Waller, RM Callaway, JN Klironomos, YK Ortega, JL Maron
Scholars Portal Dataverse, 2021
12021
Seeing the forest not just for its trees: exotic pathogens shift forest communities aboveground and belowground
SJ Sapsford, LP Waller
New Phytologist 227 (2), 283-285, 2020
12020
How initial composition affects the later development?-A secondary successional study in differently managed agricultural sites
DU Nagy, T Henn, LP Waller, RW Pal
Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 14 (3), 281-295, 2016
12016
Factors affecting plant responses to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil fungal communities
LP Waller
University of Montana, 2015
12015
Exotic plants accumulate and share herbivores yet dominate communities via rapid growth
WJ Allen, LP Waller, BIP Barratt, IA Dickie, JM Tylianakis
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-12, 2021
2021
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