Radka Wildova, Ph.D.

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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Elgersma KJ, Wildová R, Martina JP, et al. (2015) Does clonal resource translocation relate to invasiveness of Typha taxa? Results from a common garden experiment Aquatic Botany. 126: 48-53
Herben T, Rydlová V, Fér T, et al. (2014) Phylogenetic signal in growth and reproductive traits and in their plasticity: theDescurainiaradiation in the Canary Islands Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 174: 384-398
Currie WS, Goldberg DE, Martina J, et al. (2014) Emergence of nutrient-cycling feedbacks related to plant size and invasion success in a wetland community-ecosystem model Ecological Modelling. 282: 69-82
Mandák B, Hadincová V, Mahelka V, et al. (2013) European invasion of North American Pinus strobus at large and fine scales: high genetic diversity and fine-scale genetic clustering over time in the adventive range. Plos One. 8: e68514
Wildová R, Goldberg DE, Herben T. (2012) The contrasting roles of growth traits and architectural traits in diversity maintenance in clonal plant communities. The American Naturalist. 180: 693-706
Herben T, Wildová R. (2012) Community-level effects of plant traits in a grassland community examined by multispecies model of clonal plant growth Ecological Modelling. 234: 60-69
Yu FH, Herben T, Wildová R, et al. (2012) Can we predict performance and spatial structure of two-species mixtures using only single species information from monocultures? Ecological Modelling. 234: 31-37
Snow AA, Travis SE, Wildová R, et al. (2010) Species-specific SSR alleles for studies of hybrid cattails (Typha latifolia x T. angustifolia; Typhaceae) in North America. American Journal of Botany. 97: 2061-7
Sullivan L, Wildova R, Goldberg D, et al. (2010) Growth of three cattail (Typha) taxa in response to elevated CO2 Plant Ecology. 207: 121-129
Tuchman NC, Larkin DJ, Geddes P, et al. (2009) Patterns of environmental change associated withTypha xglauca invasion in a Great Lakes coastal wetland Wetlands. 29: 964-975
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