PS 12

Monday, August 5, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Native plant diversity and introduced earthworms have contrasting effects on the success of invasive plants
Timothy J. S. Whitfeld, University of Minnesota; Alexander M. Roth, University of Minnesota; Alexandra G. Lodge, University of Minnesota; Nico Eisenhauer, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena; Lee E. Frelich, University of Minnesota; Peter B. Reich, University of Minnesota
 Colonization strategies by Lachnanthes caroliana in Feral Swine Disturbed Soils
Callie D. Griffith, Brigham Young University - Idaho; Elizabeth Hermanson Boughton, Archbold Biological Station
 Bromus tectorum and its relatives: Using a database to examine patterns of invasiveness and invasion in brome grasses
Sheryl Y. Atkinson, Colorado State University; Cynthia S. Brown, Colorado State University
 Alternative strategies of carbon-nitrogen use for native and invasive forest shrubs of the Eastern United States
In Su Jo, Syracuse University; Jason Fridley, Syracuse University; Douglas A. Frank, Syracuse University
 Invasive earthworm community composition linked to overstory vegetation across a climate gradient in western Minnesota
Rebecca Erickson, University of Minnesota, Morris; Angela Wipf, University of Minnesota, Morris; Peter H. Wyckoff, University of Minnesota, Morris
 A multi-site comparison of invasion success in Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) in urban and rural environments
Paige R. Ruppel, Ohio Wesleyan University; Laurel J. Anderson, Ohio Wesleyan University
 Feedbacks through time for Microstegium vimineum: invasion persistence or community integration?
Chelsea E. Cunard, University of Georgia; Richard Lankau, University of Georgia
 Agricultural land-use legacies shape plant-soil interactions: Mechanisms underlying invasive plant performance in human-modified landscapes
W. Brett Mattingly, Eastern Connecticut State University; Nicholas A. Mills, Eastern Connecticut State University
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