Importance of invasion mechanisms varies with abiotic context and plant invader growth form

Mariana C. Chiuffo, Jaime Moyano, Nahuel Policelli, Agostina Torres, Agustin Vitali, Martin Nuñez & Mariano Rodriguez-Cabal
1. Many invasion hypotheses propose biotic interactions as the main mechanism to explain non-native species' success. Despite the evidence that the strength of biotic interactions varies with abiotic context, it remains unclear whether the importance of the different mechanisms proposed to explain invasion predictably varies with abiotic context and whether this variation is consistent across different growth forms. 2. We reviewed studies at a global scale to evaluate whether evapotranspiration, latitude, precipitation, and temperature influence...
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