I&D CFE - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais : [105]

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2018Diminishing importance of elaiosomes for acacia seed removal in non-native rangesMontesinos, Daniel ; Correia, Marta ; Castro, Sílvia ; French, Kristine ; Rodríguez-Echeverría, Susana articleopenAccess
2018Evidence for evolution of increased competitive ability for invasive Centaurea solstitialis, but not for naturalized C. calcitrapaMontesinos, Daniel ; Graebner, Ryan C. ; Callaway, Ragan M. articleclosedAccess
Aug-2018Traits correlate with invasive success more than plasticity: A comparison of three Centaurea congenersMontesinos, Daniel ; Callaway, Ragan M articleclosedAccess
2018Inhibitory effects of Eucalyptus globulus on understorey plant growth and species richness are greater in non-native regionsBecerra, Pablo I. ; Catford, Jane A. ; Inderjit, null ; Luce McLeod, Morgan ; Andonian, Krikor ; Aschehoug, Erik T. ; Montesinos, Daniel ; Callaway, Ragan M. articleopenAccess
2017Extensive analysis of native and non-native Centaurea solstitialis L. populations across the world shows no traces of polyploidizationIrimia, Ramona-Elena ; Montesinos, Daniel ; Eren, Özkan ; Lortie, Christopher J ; French, Kristine ; Cavieres, Lohengrin A ; Sotes, Gastón J ; Hierro, José L ; Jorge, Andreia ; Loureiro, João articleopenAccess
2017Inter-regional hybrids of native and invasive Centaurea solstitialis display intermediate competitive abilityMontesinos, Daniel ; Callaway, Ragan M. articleopenAccess
2016Inter-regional hybrids of native and non-native Centaurea sulphurea inherit increased competitive ability from the non-nativesFilipe, João C. ; Montesinos, Daniel articleopenAccess
2016Two invasive acacia species secure generalist pollinators in invaded communitiesMontesinos, Daniel ; Castro, Sílvia ; Rodríguez-Echeverría, Susana articleopenAccess
2016Modeling the relative importance of ecological factors in exotic invasion: The origin of competitors matters, but disturbance in the non-native range tips the balanceXiao, Sa ; Callaway, Ragan M. ; Graebner, Ryan ; Hierro, Jose L. ; Montesinos, Daniel articleopenAccess
2015Inter-regional variation on leaf surface defenses in native and non-native Centaurea solstitialis plantsSotes, Gastón J. ; Cavieres, Lohengrin A. ; Montesinos, Daniel ; Pereira Coutinho, António Xavier ; Peláez, Walter José ; Lopes, Susana M.M. ; Pinho e Melo, Teresa M.V.D. articleopenAccess
2015Reproductive ecology of buzz-pollinated <i>Ouratea spectabilis</i> trees (Ochnaceae) in Brazilian CerradosMontesinos, D ; Oliveira, P articleopenAccess
2015Changes in land use and physiological transitions of a Juniperus thurifera forest: from decline to recoveryMontesinos, Daniel ; Fabado, Javier articleopenAccess
2015Plant–plant interactions: from competition to facilitationMontesinos, D articleopenAccess
2013Invasive and non-invasive congeners show similar trait shifts between their same native and non-native rangesGarcía, Yedra ; Callaway, Ragan M ; Diaconu, Alecu ; Montesinos, Daniel articleopenAccess
Oct-2012Neo-allopatry and rapid reproductive isolationMontesinos, Daniel ; Santiago, Gilberto ; Callaway, Ragan M articleopenAccess
Jun-2012Type I error hinders recycling: a response to Rohr and MartinMontesinos, Daniel articleopenAccess
2012Growth and competitive effects of Centaurea stoebe populations in response to simulated nitrogen depositionHe, Wei-Ming ; Montesinos, Daniel ; Thelen, Giles C ; Callaway, Ragan M articleopenAccess
2012Masting uncoupling: mast seeding does not follow all mast flowering episodes in a dioecious juniper treeMontesinos, Daniel ; García-Fayos, Patricio ; Verdú, Miguel articleopenAccess
2012Invasive acacias experience higher ant seed removal rates at the invasion edgesMontesinos, D ; Castro, S ; Rodríguez-Echeverría, S articleopenAccess
2012Invasive species grows faster, competes better, and shows greater evolution toward increased seed size and growth than exotic non-invasive congenersGraebner, Ryan C. ; Callaway, Ragan M. ; Montesinos, Daniel articleopenAccess