Uncovering structural features that underlie coexistence in an invaded woody plant community with interaction networks at multiple life stages

Nicole Kinlock
Understanding the patterns of competitive and facilitative interactions within and among species in plant communities is a central goal of plant ecology, because these patterns determine species coexistence and community dynamics. Network theory provides tools that allow these patterns to be quantified, and can provide greater understanding of important community properties, including community stability, than can documenting pairwise species interactions. I characterized the interactions of multiple, co-occurring invasive and native species in an old field...
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