Justin S.H. Wan
Justin S.H. Wan
Other namesJustin S Wan
Jiangsu University
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Synergy among hypotheses in the invasion process of alien plants: A road map within a timeline
ZC Dai, LY Wan, SS Qi, S Rutherford, GQ Ren, JSH Wan*, DL Du*
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 47, 125575, 2020
Latitudinal shifts in mangrove species worldwide: evidence from historical occurrence records
F Fazlioglu, JSH Wan, L Chen
Hydrobiologia 847 (19), 4111-4123, 2020
Allelopathy confers an invasive Wedelia higher resistance to generalist herbivore and pathogen enemies over its native congener
SS Qi, YJ Liu, ZC Dai, LY Wan, DL Du, RT Ju, JSH Wan, SP Bonser
Oecologia 192 (3), 415-423, 2019
Warming matters: Alpine plant responses to experimental warming
F Fazlioglu, JSH Wan
Climatic Change 164, 56, 2021
Does the cost of adaptation to extremely stressful environments diminish over time? A literature synthesis on how plants adapt to heavy metals and pesticides
JSH Wan, CK Pang, SP Bonser
Evolutionary Biology 44 (3), 411-426, 2017
Cadmium hyperaccumulation as an inexpensive metal armor against disease in Crofton weed
ZC Dai, HH Cai, SS Qi, J Li, DL Zhai, JSH Wan, DL Du
Environmental Pollution 267, 115649, 2020
Efficacy of chemical and biological agents against pepper blight (Phytophthora capsici Leonion) in East Asia: A meta-analysis of laboratory and field trial data
JSH Wan, ECY Liew
Journal of Plant Pathology 102 (3), 835-842, 2020
Populations evolving towards failure: Costs of adaptation under competition at the range edge of an invasive perennial plant
JSH Wan, F Fazlioglu, SP Bonser
Plant Ecology & Diversity 9 (4), 349-358, 2016
Editorial: Global changes and plant invasions
ZC Dai, B Zhu, JSH Wan*, S Rutherford*
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10, 845816, 2022
Looks can be deceiving: speciation dynamics of co-distributed Angophora (Myrtaceae) species in a varying landscape
S Rutherford, JSH Wan, JM Cohen, D Benson, M Rossetto
Evolution 75, 310-329, 2020
The invasion triangle in the range dynamics of invasive species following successful establishment
JSH Wan, S Rutherford, SP Bonser
Evolutionary Ecology 33 (3), 299-312, 2019
Phenotypic plasticity and specialization along an altitudinal gradient in Trifolium repens
F Fazlioglu, JSH Wan, SP Bonser
Turkish Journal of Botany 42 (4), 440-447, 2018
Testing specialization hypothesis on a stress gradient
F Fazlioglu, JSH Wan, SP Bonser
Austral Ecology 42 (1), 40-47, 2017
Loss of plasticity in life-history strategy associated with secondary invasion into stressful environments in invasive narrowleaf plantain (Plantago lanceolata L.)
JSH Wan, F Fazlioglu, SP Bonser
Austral Ecology 43 (7), 752-762, 2018
Enemy release at range edges: Do invasive species escape their herbivores as they expand into new areas?
JSH Wan, SP Bonser
Journal of Plant Ecology 9 (5), 636-647, 2016
Influence of multiple global change drivers on plant invasion: additive effects are uncommon
B Yang, MM Cui, YZ Du, G Ren, J Li, CY Wang, G Li, ZC Dai, S Rutherford, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science, 4619, 2022
Gene Expression Profiling Reveals Enhanced Defense Responses in an Invasive Weed Compared to Its Native Congener During Pathogenesis
B Manoharan, SS Qi, V Dhandapani, Q Chen, S Rutherford, JSH Wan, ...
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20 (19), 4916, 2019
The susceptibility of rare and threatened NSW species to the root-rot pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi: 1. Initial testing and identification of key research questions
JSH Wan, KL McDougall, ECY Liew
Australian Journal of Botany 67 (7), 510-516, 2019
Insights into the Mechanisms Involved in Lead (Pb) Tolerance in Invasive Plants—The Current Status of Understanding
R Afzal, M Naz, JSH Wan, Z Dai, R Ullah, R Shafiq, D Du
Plants 12 (11), 2084, 2023
Floristic composition of Jandaf Mountain as biodiversity hotspot area in southwestern Saudi Arabia
A Namazi, SM Algarni, JSH Wan, MS Al Mosallam, F Alotaibi
Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences 29, 3654-3660, 2022
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