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Dr Chengyuan-Stephen Xu
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University of Southern Queensland

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  1. Age-related decline of stand biomass accumulation is primarily due to mortality and not to reduction in NPP associated with individual tree physiology, tree growth or stand structure in a Quercus-dominated forest
  2. Leaf structural characteristics are less important than leaf chemical properties in determining the response of leaf mass per area and photosynthesis of Eucalyptus saligna to industrial-age changes in [CO 2] and temperature
  3. Determining the growth responses of phyla canescens to shoot and root damage as a platform to better-informed weed-management decisions
  4. Effects of clonal integration and light availability on the growth and physiology of two invasive herbs
  5. The growth response of Alternanthera philoxeroides in a simulated post-combustion emission with ultrahigh [CO2] and acidic pollutants
  6. Phenotypic divergence during the invasion of phyla canescens in Australia and France: evidence for selection-driven evolution
  7. Dendrochronological potential of Japanese Barberry (Berberis Thunbergii): a case study in the Black Rock Forest, New York
  8. Phenotypic plasticity rather than locally adapted ecotypes allows the invasive alligator weed to colonize a wide range of habitats
  9. Plasticity and ontogenetic drift of biomass allocation in response to above- and below-ground resource availabilities in perennial herbs: a case study of Alternanthera philoxeroides
  10. Phenotypic plasticity of invasive Alternanthera philoxeroides in relation to different water availability, compared to its native congener

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1Phenotypic plasticity rather than locally adapted ecotypes allows the invasive alligator weed to colonize a wide range of habitats
2Plasticity and ontogenetic drift of biomass allocation in response to above- and below-ground resource availabilities in perennial herbs: a case study of Alternanthera philoxeroides
3Dendrochronological potential of Japanese Barberry (Berberis Thunbergii): a case study in the Black Rock Forest, New York
4Phenotypic plasticity of invasive Alternanthera philoxeroides in relation to different water availability, compared to its native congener
5Cost-effectiveness of leaf energy and resource investment of invasive Berberis thunbergii and co-occurring native shrubs
6Genetic diversity of alligator weed in China by RAPD analysis
7Phenotypic divergence during the invasion of phyla canescens in Australia and France: evidence for selection-driven evolution
8Effects of clonal integration and light availability on the growth and physiology of two invasive herbs
9The growth response of Alternanthera philoxeroides in a simulated post-combustion emission with ultrahigh [CO2] and acidic pollutants
10Leaf phenology and seasonal variation of photosynthesis of invasive Berberis thunbergii (Japanese barberry) and two co-occurring native understory shrubs in a northeastern United States deciduous forest