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Plant phenotypic plasticity in a changing climate
AB Nicotra, OK Atkin, SP Bonser, AM Davidson, EJ Finnegan, ...
Trends in plant science 15 (12), 684-692, 2010
19852010
Land‐use intensification reduces functional redundancy and response diversity in plant communities
E Laliberte, JA Wells, F DeClerck, DJ Metcalfe, CP Catterall, C Queiroz, ...
Ecology letters 13 (1), 76-86, 2010
6582010
What does species richness tell us about functional trait diversity? Predictions and evidence for responses of species and functional trait diversity to land‐use change
MM Mayfield, SP Bonser, JW Morgan, I Aubin, S McNamara, PA Vesk
Global Ecology and Biogeography 19 (4), 423-431, 2010
5192010
Assessing the evidence for latitudinal gradients in plant defence and herbivory
AT Moles, SP Bonser, AGB Poore, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
Functional Ecology 25 (2), 380-388, 2011
4032011
Which is a better predictor of plant traits: temperature or precipitation?
AT Moles, SE Perkins, SW Laffan, H Flores‐Moreno, M Awasthy, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 25 (5), 1167-1180, 2014
3962014
Scaling from traits to ecosystems: developing a general trait driver theory via integrating trait-based and metabolic scaling theories
BJ Enquist, J Norberg, SP Bonser, C Violle, CT Webb, A Henderson, ...
Advances in ecological research 52, 249-318, 2015
3642015
A new framework for predicting invasive plant species
AT Moles, MAM Gruber, SP Bonser
Journal of Ecology 96 (1), 13-17, 2008
2762008
Invasions: the trail behind, the path ahead, and a test of a disturbing idea
AT Moles, H Flores‐Moreno, SP Bonser, DI Warton, A Helm, L Warman, ...
Journal of Ecology 100 (1), 116-127, 2012
2542012
Carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) stable isotope composition in plant and soil in Southern Patagonia's native forests
PL Peri, B Ladd, DA Pepper, SP Bonser, SW Laffan, W Amelung
Global Change Biology 18 (1), 311-321, 2012
2242012
Plant competition and herbivory in relation to vegetation biomass
SP Bonser, RJ Reader
Ecology 76 (7), 2176-2183, 1995
1741995
Interpreting reproductive allometry: individual strategies of allocation explain size-dependent reproduction in plant populations
SP Bonser, LW Aarssen
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 11 (1), 31-40, 2009
1432009
Allometry and development in herbaceous plants: functional responses of meristem allocation to light and nutrient availability
SP Bonser, LW Aarssen
American Journal of Botany 90 (3), 404-412, 2003
1322003
Meristem allocation: a new classification theory for adaptive strategies in herbaceous plants
SP Bonser, LW Aarssen
Oikos, 347-352, 1996
1181996
Plastic allometry in young sugar maple (Acer saccharum): adaptive responses to light availability
SP Bonser, LW Aarssen
American Journal of Botany 81 (4), 400-406, 1994
1091994
Plasticity in reproduction and growth among 52 range‐wide populations of a M editerranean conifer: adaptive responses to environmental stress
L Santos‐del‐Blanco, SP Bonser, F Valladares, MR Chambel, J Climent
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (9), 1912-1924, 2013
812013
High reproductive efficiency as an adaptive strategy in competitive environments
SP Bonser
Functional Ecology 27 (4), 876-885, 2013
772013
Allometry and plasticity of meristem allocation throughout development in Arabidopsis thaliana
SP Bonser, LW Aarssen
Journal of Ecology, 72-79, 2001
702001
Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover
JS Santangelo, RW Ness, B Cohan, CR Fitzpatrick, SG Innes, S Koch, ...
Science 375 (6586), 1275-1281, 2022
682022
Plants can benefit from herbivory: stimulatory effects of sheep saliva on growth of Leymus chinensis
J Liu, L Wang, D Wang, SP Bonser, F Sun, Y Zhou, Y Gao, X Teng
PloS one 7 (1), e29259, 2012
682012
Speciation in the presence of gene flow: population genomics of closely related and diverging Eucalyptus species
S Rutherford, M Rossetto, JG Bragg, H McPherson, D Benson, SP Bonser, ...
Heredity 121 (2), 126-141, 2018
622018
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