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Invasive California poppies (Eschscholzia californica Cham.) grow larger than native individuals under reduced competition
EA Leger, KJ Rice
Ecology letters 6 (3), 257-264, 2003
2902003
Assessing the speed and predictability of local adaptation in invasive California poppies (Eschscholzia californica)
EA Leger, KJ Rice
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (3), 1090-1103, 2007
1682007
The adaptive value of remnant native plants in invaded communities: an example from the Great Basin
EA Leger
Ecological Applications 18 (5), 1226-1235, 2008
1352008
Genetic variation and local adaptation at a cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion edge in western Nevada
EA Leger, EK Espeland, KR Merrill, SE Meyer
Molecular Ecology 18 (21), 4366-4379, 2009
1202009
Perspective: coevolution between native and invasive plant competitors: implications for invasive species management
EA Leger, EK Espeland
Evolutionary applications 3 (2), 169-178, 2010
1152010
Drivers of seedling establishment success in dryland restoration efforts
N Shackelford, GB Paterno, DE Winkler, TE Erickson, EA Leger, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (9), 1283-1290, 2021
1122021
Competitive seedlings and inherited traits: a test of rapid evolution of Elymus multisetus (big squirreltail) in response to cheatgrass invasion
CLJ Rowe, EA Leger
Evolutionary Applications 4 (3), 485-498, 2011
1102011
Comb wax effects on the ontogeny of honey bee nestmate recognition
M D BREED, EA LEGER, AN PEARCE, YUJU WANG
Animal Behaviour 55 (1), 13-20, 1998
1081998
Native perennial grasses show evolutionary response to Bromus tectorum (cheatgrass) invasion
EM Goergen, EA Leger, EK Espeland
PLOS one 6 (3), e18145, 2011
1052011
Strong patterns of intraspecific variation and local adaptation in Great Basin plants revealed through a review of 75 years of experiments
OW Baughman, AC Agneray, ML Forister, FF Kilkenny, EK Espeland, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (11), 6259-6275, 2019
952019
What seeds to plant in the Great Basin? Comparing traits prioritized in native plant cultivars and releases with those that promote survival in the field
EA Leger, OW Baughman
Natural Areas Journal 35 (1), 54-68, 2015
912015
Invasion triangle: an organizational framework for species invasion
LB Perkins, EA Leger, RS Nowak
Ecology and evolution 1 (4), 610-625, 2011
832011
Strong natural selection during plant restoration favors an unexpected suite of plant traits
SM Kulpa, EA Leger
Evolutionary Applications 6 (3), 510-523, 2013
802013
Restoration islands: a tool for efficiently restoring dryland ecosystems?
KB Hulvey, EA Leger, LM Porensky, LM Roche, KE Veblen, A Fund, ...
Restoration Ecology 25, S124-S134, 2017
762017
Comparison of seed bank estimation techniques using six weed species in two soil types
EK Espeland, LB Perkins, EA Leger
Rangeland Ecology & Management 63 (2), 243-247, 2010
662010
Effects of experimental manipulation of light and nutrients on establishment of seedlings of native and invasive woody species in Long Island, NY forests
J Gurevitch, TG Howard, IW Ashton, EA Leger, KM Howe, E Woo, ...
Biological Invasions 10, 821-831, 2008
592008
Patient perspectives on medical photography in dermatology
MC Leger, T Wu, A Haimovic, R Kaplan, M Sanchez, D Cohen, EA Leger, ...
Dermatologic Surgery 40 (9), 1028-1037, 2014
582014
Self‐reported adverse tattoo reactions: a New York City Central Park study
BG Brady, H Gold, EA Leger, MC Leger
Contact Dermatitis 73 (2), 91-99, 2015
572015
Increased resistance to generalist herbivores in invasive populations of the California poppy (Eschscholzia californica)
EA Leger, ML Forister
Diversity and Distributions 11 (4), 311-317, 2005
572005
Can native annual forbs reduce Bromus tectorum biomass and indirectly facilitate establishment of a native perennial grass?
EA Leger, EM Goergen, TF de Queiroz
Journal of Arid Environments 102, 9-16, 2014
542014
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