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William E Rogers
William E Rogers
Professor, Ecology and Conservation Biology, Texas A&M University
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Phenotypic and genetic differentiation between native and introduced plant populations
O Bossdorf, H Auge, L Lafuma, WE Rogers, E Siemann, D Prati
Oecologia 144 (1), 1-11, 2005
10642005
Genetic differences in growth of an invasive tree species
E Siemann, WE Rogers
Ecology Letters 4 (6), 514-518, 2001
3672001
Changes in light and nitrogen availability under pioneer trees may indirectly facilitate tree invasions of grasslands
E Siemann, WE Rogers
Journal of Ecology 91 (6), 923-931, 2003
2262003
Herbivory, disease, recruitment limitation, and success of alien and native tree species
E Siemann, WE Rogers
Ecology 84 (6), 1489-1505, 2003
1772003
The rising Great Plains fire campaign: citizens' response to woody plant encroachment
D Twidwell, WE Rogers, SD Fuhlendorf, CL Wonkka, DM Engle, JR Weir, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (s1), e64-e71, 2013
1712013
Reduced resistance of invasive varieties of the alien tree Sapium sebiferum to a generalist herbivore
E Siemann, WE Rogers
Oecologia 135 (3), 451-457, 2003
1672003
Experimental test of the impacts of feral hogs on forest dynamics and processes in the southeastern US
E Siemann, JA Carrillo, CA Gabler, R Zipp, WE Rogers
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (5), 546-553, 2009
1342009
Refining thresholds in coupled fire–vegetation models to improve management of encroaching woody plants in grasslands
D Twidwell, SD Fuhlendorf, CA Taylor Jr, WE Rogers
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 603-613, 2013
1322013
Increased competitive ability and herbivory tolerance in the invasive plant Sapium sebiferum
J Zou, WE Rogers, E Siemann
Biological Invasions 10 (3), 291-302, 2008
1312008
Negative plant–soil feedbacks may limit persistence of an invasive tree due to rapid accumulation of soil pathogens
S Nijjer, WE Rogers, E Siemann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1625), 2621-2627, 2007
1302007
Differences in morphological and physiological traits between native and invasive populations of Sapium sebiferum
J Zou, WE Rogers, E Siemann
Functional Ecology 21 (4), 721-730, 2007
1222007
Increased competitive ability of an invasive tree may be limited by an invasive beetle
E Siemann, WE Rogers
Ecological Applications 13 (6), 1503-1507, 2003
1222003
Invasive ecotypes tolerate herbivory more effectively than native ecotypes of the Chinese tallow tree Sapium sebiferum
WE Rogers, E Siemann
Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (3), 561-570, 2004
1172004
Rapid adaptation of insect herbivores to an invasive plant
E Siemann, WE Rogers, SJ Dewalt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1602), 2763-2769, 2006
1162006
Constraints on the utilisation of the invasive Chinese tallow tree Sapium sebiferum by generalist native herbivores in coastal prairies
RA Lankau, WE Rogers, E Siemann
Ecological Entomology 29 (1), 66-75, 2004
1062004
Effects of simulated herbivory and resource availability on native and invasive exotic tree seedlings
WE Rogers, E Siemann
Basic and Applied Ecology 3 (4), 297-307, 2002
962002
Temporal vegetation dynamics and recolonization mechanisms on different‐sized soil disturbances in tallgrass prairie
WE Rogers, DC Hartnett
American Journal of Botany 88 (9), 1634-1642, 2001
852001
The effect of Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum) ecotype on soil–plant system carbon and nitrogen processes
J Zou, WE Rogers, SJ DeWalt, E Siemann
Oecologia 150 (2), 272-281, 2006
752006
Decreased resistance and increased tolerance to native herbivores of the invasive plant Sapium sebiferum
J Zou, E Siemann, WE Rogers, SJ DeWalt
Ecography 31 (5), 663-671, 2008
742008
Herbivory tolerance and compensatory differences in native and invasive ecotypes of Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum)
WE Rogers, E Siemann
Plant Ecology 181 (1), 57-68, 2005
742005
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