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  • Traits explain invasion of alien plants into tropical rainforests 

    Junaedi, DI; Guillera-Arroita, G; Vesk, PA; McCarthy, MA; Burgman, MA; Catford, JA (WILEY, 2021-03-25)
    1. The establishment of new botanic gardens in tropical regions highlights a need for weed risk assessment tools suitable for tropical ecosystems. The relevance of plant traits for invasion into tropical rainforests has ...
  • The REPRISE project: protocol for an evaluation of REProducibility and Replicability In Syntheses of Evidence 

    Page, MJ; Moher, D; Fidler, FM; Higgins, JPT; Brennan, SE; Haddaway, NR; Hamilton, DG; Kanukula, R; Karunananthan, S; Maxwell, LJ; ... (BMC, 2021-04-16)
    BACKGROUND: Investigations of transparency, reproducibility and replicability in science have been directed largely at individual studies. It is just as critical to explore these issues in syntheses of studies, such as ...
  • Bark-dwelling methanotrophic bacteria decrease methane emissions from trees. 

    Jeffrey, LC; Maher, DT; Chiri, E; Leung, PM; Nauer, PA; Arndt, SK; Tait, DR; Greening, C; Johnston, SG (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2021-04-09)
    Tree stems are an important and unconstrained source of methane, yet it is uncertain whether internal microbial controls (i.e. methanotrophy) within tree bark may reduce methane emissions. Here we demonstrate that unique ...

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