Lauren Waller
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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
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
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
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
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
What drives differences in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities among plant species?
Y Lekberg, LP Waller
Fungal Ecology 24, 135-138, 2016
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
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
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
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
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, e03072, 2020
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
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
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
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
Factors Affecting Plant Responses to Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Soil Fungal Communities
LP Waller
University of Montana, 2015
Seeing the forest not just for its trees: exotic pathogens shift forest communities aboveground and belowground
SJ Sapsford, LP Waller
New Phytologist, 2020
Herbivore-mediated apparent competition predicts plant performance at the community level
WJ Allen, LP Waller, JM Tylianakis, BIP Barratt, IA Dickie
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
Biotic interactions drive ecosystem responses to invaders in plant communities
LP Waller, WJ Allen, LM Condron, KH Orwin, JM Tylianakis, IA Dickie
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
Evolution by an invader abroad leads to strong costs when returned home
R Pal, J Maron, L Waller, A Tosto, D Nagy, H Liao, R Callaway
F1000Research 5, 2014
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