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Maria Meza-Lopez
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Does phylogeny matter? Assessing the impact of phylogenetic information in ecological meta‐analysis
SA Chamberlain, SM Hovick, CJ Dibble, NL Rasmussen, BG Van Allen, ...
Ecology Letters 15 (6), 627-636, 2012
1302012
Experimental test of the Invasional Meltdown Hypothesis: an exotic herbivore facilitates an exotic plant, but the plant does not reciprocally facilitate the herbivore
MM Meza‐Lopez, E Siemann
Freshwater Biology 60 (7), 1475-1482, 2015
252015
Relative effects of genetic variation sensu lato and sexual dimorphism on plant traits and associated arthropod communities
CS Nell, MM Meza-Lopez, JR Croy, AS Nelson, X Moreira, JD Pratt, ...
Oecologia 187 (2), 389-400, 2018
162018
Specificity of plant–plant communication for Baccharis salicifolia sexes but not genotypes
X Moreira, CS Nell, MM Meza‐Lopez, S Rasmann, KA Mooney
Ecology 99 (12), 2731-2739, 2018
142018
Nutrient enrichment increases plant biomass and exotic plant proportional cover independent of warming in freshwater wetland communities
MM Meza-Lopez, E Siemann
Plant Ecology 218 (7), 835-842, 2017
82017
Warming alone increased exotic snail reproduction and together with eutrophication influenced snail growth in native wetlands but did not impact plants
MM Meza-Lopez, E Siemann
Science of The Total Environment 704, 135271, 2020
52020
Specificity of Plant–Plant Communication for Baccharis salicifolia Sexes but Not Genotypes
X Moreira, CS Nell, MM Meza‐Lopez, S Rasmann, KA Mooney
The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 100 (1), e01481, 2019
2019
A test for clinal variation in Artemisia californica and associated arthropod responses to nitrogen addition
MM Meza-Lopez, KA Mooney, AL Thompson, NK Ho, JD Pratt
PloS one 13 (2), e0191997, 2018
2018
Plant genotypic variation and gender influence on Baccharis salicifolia trait variation and plastic response to precipitation
MM Meza-lopez, CS Nell, JR Croy, AS Nelson, A Katsanis, JD Pratt, ...
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Multiple invasions: invader interactions and multiple anthropogenic factors in wetland communities
MM Meza-Lopez
Rice University, 2015
2015
Nutrient enrichment effects on invasive aquatic plants and invertebrate herbivores
MM Meza-Lopez
Climate warming and nutrient enrichment increases invasive plant competitive ability and invasive apple snail reproduction (Pomacea maculata) in native wetland communities
MM Meza-Lopez
Exotic invertebrate herbivores limit aquatic plants while nutrient enrichment increases exotic herbivore size
MM Meza-Lopez
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