Deah Lieurance
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Damage levels from arthropod herbivores on Lonicera maackii suggest enemy release in its introduced range
D Lieurance, D Cipollini
Biological Invasions 14, 863-873, 2012
Exotic Lonicera species both escape and resist specialist and generalist herbivores in the introduced range in North America
D Lieurance, D Cipollini
Biological invasions 15, 1713-1724, 2013
Allocation of invasive plant management expenditures for conservation: Lessons from Florida, USA
D Hiatt, K Serbesoff‐King, D Lieurance, DR Gordon, SL Flory
Conservation Science and Practice 1 (7), e51, 2019
Bioenergy feedstocks at low risk for invasion in the USA: a “white list” approach
LD Quinn, DR Gordon, A Glaser, D Lieurance, SL Flory
Bioenergy research 8 (2), 471-481, 2015
Environmental influences on growth and defence responses of the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii, to simulated and real herbivory in the juvenile stage
D Lieurance, D Cipollini
Annals of botany 112 (4), 741-749, 2013
Expression and costs of induced defense traits in Alliaria petiolata, a widespread invasive plant
D Cipollini, DM Lieurance
Basic and Applied Ecology 13 (5), 432-440, 2012
Running bamboo species pose a greater invasion risk than clumping bamboo species in the continental United States
D Lieurance, A Cooper, AL Young, DR Gordon, SL Flory
Journal for Nature Conservation 43, 39-45, 2018
Weed risk assessments are an effective component of invasion risk management
DR Gordon, SL Flory, D Lieurance, PE Hulme, C Buddenhagen, B Caton, ...
Invasive Plant Science and Management 9 (1), 81-83, 2016
The influence of light habitat on the physiology, biomass allocation, and fecundity of the invasive shrub Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii, Caprifoliaceae) 1
D Lieurance
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 143 (4), 415-426, 2016
Comparative Herbivory Rates and Secondary Metabolite Profiles in the Leaves of Native and Non-Native Lonicera Species
D Lieurance, S Chakrabortty, SR Whitehead, JR Powell, P Bonelli, ...
Journal of Chemical Ecology, DOI:10.1007/s10886-015-0648-9, 2015
Leaf Phenology, Fecundity, and Biomass Allocation of the Invasive Shrub Lonicera maackii (Rupr.) Maxim in Contrasting Light Environments
DM Lieurance
Ohio University, 2004
Biomass allocation of the invasive tree Acacia auriculiformis and refoliation following hurricane-force winds1
DM Lieurance
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 134 (3), 389-397, 2007
Native and invasive woody species differentially respond to forest edges and forest successional age
WW Dillon, D Lieurance, DT Hiatt, K Clay, SL Flory
Forests 9 (7), 381, 2018
Two decades of data reveal that Biological Invasions needs to increase participation beyond North America, Europe, and Australasia
MA Nuņez, MC Chiuffo, H Seebens, S Kuebbing, MA McCary, ...
Biological Invasions, 1-8, 2022
A self-study of editorial board diversity at Biological Invasions
SE Kuebbing, MA McCary, D Lieurance, MA Nuņez, MC Chiuffo, B Zhang, ...
Biological Invasions, 1-12, 2021
Biogeographic variation in resistance of the invasive plant, Alliaria petiolata, to a powdery mildew fungus and effect of resistance on competitive dynamics
D Cipollini, S Davis, D Lieurance, K Cipollini, V Bahn
Biological Invasions 22, 1657-1668, 2020
Soil biota affect mycorrhizal infection and growth of Impatiens capensis and alter the effects of Lonicera maackii rhizosphere extracts1
J Ali
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 142 (1), 1-11, 2015
Bud-gall fly released for biocontrol of melaleuca in Florida
S Blackwood, D Lieurance, R Giblin-Davis, PD Pratt
Biocontrol News and Information 26 (2), 48N, 2005
Predicted versus actual invasiveness of climbing vines in Florida
DR Gordon, D Lieurance, SL Flory
Biological Invasions 19, 2375-2384, 2017
Scanning the horizon for invasive plant threats using a data-driven approach
AE Kendig, S Canavan, PJ Anderson, SL Flory, LA Gettys, DR Gordon, ...
NeoBiota 74, 129-154, 2022
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