Ruth Hufbauer
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Biotic interactions and plant invasions
CE Mitchell, AA Agrawal, JD Bever, GS Gilbert, RA Hufbauer, ...
Ecology letters 9 (6), 726-740, 2006
7472006
Direct and interactive effects of enemies and mutualists on plant performance: a meta‐analysis
WF Morris, RA Hufbauer, AA Agrawal, JD Bever, VA Borowicz, GS Gilbert, ...
Ecology 88 (4), 1021-1029, 2007
2272007
Do invasive species perform better in their new ranges?
JD Parker, ME Torchin, RA Hufbauer, NP Lemoine, C Alba, ...
Ecology 94 (5), 985-994, 2013
1952013
Microevolution in biological control: mechanisms, patterns, and processes
RA Hufbauer, GK Roderick
Biological control 35 (3), 227-239, 2005
1862005
Anthropogenically induced adaptation to invade (AIAI): contemporary adaptation to human‐altered habitats within the native range can promote invasions
RA Hufbauer, B Facon, V Ravigne, J Turgeon, J Foucaud, CE Lee, O Rey, ...
Evolutionary applications 5 (1), 89-101, 2012
1762012
Indirect effects of parasites in invasions
AM Dunn, ME Torchin, MJ Hatcher, PM Kotanen, DM Blumenthal, ...
Functional Ecology 26 (6), 1262-1274, 2012
1732012
Inference of allelopathy is complicated by effects of activated carbon on plant growth
JA Lau, KP Puliafico, JA Kopshever, H Steltzer, EP Jarvis, ...
New Phytologist 178 (2), 412-423, 2008
1702008
Inbreeding depression is purged in the invasive insect Harmonia axyridis
B Facon, RA Hufbauer, A Tayeh, A Loiseau, E Lombaert, R Vitalis, ...
Current Biology 21 (5), 424-427, 2011
1692011
A lack of evidence for an ecological role of the putative allelochemical (±)-catechin in spotted knapweed invasion success
AC Blair, SJ Nissen, GR Brunk, RA Hufbauer
Journal of Chemical Ecology 32 (10), 2327-2331, 2006
1392006
New techniques and findings in the study of a candidate allelochemical implicated in invasion success
AC Blair, BD Hanson, GR Brunk, RA Marrs, P Westra, SJ Nissen, ...
Ecology Letters 8 (10), 1039-1047, 2005
1382005
Is there a genetic paradox of biological invasion?
A Estoup, V Ravigné, R Hufbauer, R Vitalis, M Gautier, B Facon
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 47, 51-72, 2016
1372016
The biology of small, introduced populations, with special reference to biological control
X Fauvergue, E Vercken, T Malausa, RA Hufbauer
Evolutionary applications 5 (5), 424-443, 2012
1372012
Increased plant size in exotic populations: a common‐garden test with 14 invasive species
DM Blumenthal, RA Hufbauer
Ecology 88 (11), 2758-2765, 2007
1182007
The population genetics of a biological control introduction: mitochondrial DNA and microsatellie variation in native and introduced populations ofAphidus ervi, a …
RA Hufbauer, SM Bogdanowicz, RG Harrison
Molecular Ecology 13 (2), 337-348, 2004
1162004
Applying molecular-based approaches to classical biological control of weeds
JF Gaskin, MC Bon, MJW Cock, M Cristofaro, A De Biase, ...
Biological Control 58 (1), 1-21, 2011
1062011
Evolution of an aphid‐parasitoid interaction: variation in resistance to parasitism among aphid populations specialized on different plants
RA Hufbauer, S Via
Evolution 53 (5), 1435-1445, 1999
991999
Deciphering the Routes of invasion of Drosophila suzukii by Means of ABC Random Forest
A Fraimout, V Debat, S Fellous, RA Hufbauer, J Foucaud, P Pudlo, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 34 (4), 980-996, 2017
902017
Three types of rescue can avert extinction in a changing environment
RA Hufbauer, M Szűcs, E Kasyon, C Youngberg, MJ Koontz, C Richards, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (33), 10557-10562, 2015
892015
Evidence for multiple introductions of Centaurea stoebe micranthos (spotted knapweed, Asteraceae) to North America
RA Marrs, R Sforza, RA Hufbauer
Molecular Ecology 17 (19), 4197-4208, 2008
892008
Role of propagule pressure in colonization success: disentangling the relative importance of demographic, genetic and habitat effects
RA Hufbauer, A Rutschmann, B Serrate, H Vermeil de Conchard, B Facon
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (8), 1691-1699, 2013
812013
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