8th to 12th January, 2015 - Bayreuth, Germany

CT10 Invasions

Chair: Bethany Bradley

Sunday, 14:45-15:45, H 21, RW II

14:45CT10.1: Marten Winter et al.: The global biogeography of alien plants in the Anthropocene: human legacy and future outlooks
15:00CT10.2: Marc Rius et al.: Range expansions across ecoregions: interactions of climate change, physiology and genetic diversity    
15:15CT10.3: Songlin Fei et al.: Macroscale invasion patterns and processes
15:30CT10.4: Jennifer Firn et al.: Grasses and forbs respond similarly to eutrophication and vertebrate herbivory at sites home and away

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P10.1⚡ Mohammed Abu Sayed Arfin Khan, Anke Jentsch

Seedling emergence of invasive plants is limited by low temperature and humidity in experimental target-climate and can be predicted by climate of native and non-native origin

P10.3⚡ Laure Gallien, Bianca Saladin, Florian Boucher, Niklaus Zimmermann

The legacy of biogeography and evolutionary history explains pine invasiveness

P10.4 Qinfeng Guo

Invasion biogeography: comprehensive information from native ranges is needed

P10.6 Julie Sheard

Rosa Rugosa: Differences between native and invasive ranges

P10.7⚡ Stephanie Thomas, Nils Benjamin Tjaden, Anja Jaeschke, Helge Kampen, Doreen Werner, Jürgen Kreyling, Carl Beierkuhnlein

The invasive vector mosquito Aedes japonicus in Europe: Still no end in sight!

P10.8 Huong Thu Thi Nguyen, Jennifer Firn, Emma Ladouceur

Influences of land management and exotic weed invasion on grassland seedbank diversity

P10.9⚡ Aurèle Toussaint, Nicolas Charpin, Sébastien Villéger, Sébastien Brosse

Taxonomic and functional diversity of freshwater fish accross the world

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