Anthony Manea
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Do invasive alien plants benefit more from global environmental change than native plants?
Y Liu, AMO Oduor, Z Zhang, A Manea, IM Tooth, MR Leishman, X Xu, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (8), 3363-3370, 2017
AusTraits, a curated plant trait database for the Australian flora
D Falster, R Gallagher, EH Wenk, IJ Wright, D Indiarto, SC Andrew, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 254, 2021
Exotic C4 grasses have increased tolerance to glyphosate under elevated carbon dioxide
A Manea, MR Leishman, PO Downey
Weed Science 59 (1), 28-36, 2011
Competitive interactions between native and invasive exotic plant species are altered under elevated carbon dioxide
A Manea, MR Leishman
Oecologia 165, 735-744, 2011
Substantial declines in urban tree habitat predicted under climate change
H Burley, LJ Beaumont, A Ossola, JB Baumgartner, R Gallagher, S Laffan, ...
Science of the Total Environment 685, 451-462, 2019
Reductions in native grass biomass associated with drought facilitates the invasion of an exotic grass into a model grassland system
A Manea, DR Sloane, MR Leishman
Oecologia 181, 175-183, 2016
Competitive interactions between established grasses and woody plant seedlings under elevated CO2 levels are mediated by soil water availability
A Manea, MR Leishman
Oecologia 177 (2), 499-506, 2015
Leaf Area Index Drives Soil Water Availability and Extreme Drought-Related Mortality under Elevated CO2 in a Temperate Grassland Model System
A Manea, MR Leishman
PloS one 9 (3), e91046, 2014
Endangered species face an extra threat: susceptibility to the invasive pathogen Austropuccinia psidii (myrtle rust) in Australia
KA Berthon, L Fernandez Winzer, K Sandhu, W Cuddy, A Manea, ...
Australasian Plant Pathology 48, 385-393, 2019
Using ecological knowledge for landscaping with plants in cities
S Tabassum, A Ossola, A Manea, A Cinantya, LF Winzer, MR Leishman
Ecological Engineering 158, 106049, 2020
Elevated carbon dioxide and reduced salinity enhance mangrove seedling establishment in an artificial saltmarsh community
A Manea, I Geedicke, MR Leishman
Oecologia 192 (1), 273-280, 2020
The angriest summer on record: Assessing canopy damage and economic costs of an extreme climatic event
S Tabassum, A Manea, A Ossola, B Thomy, D Blackham, MR Leishman
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 63, 127221, 2021
Direct and indirect community effects of the invasive plant pathogen Austropuccinia psidii (myrtle rust) in eastern Australian rainforests
L Fernandez-Winzer, KA Berthon, P Entwistle, A Manea, N Winzer, ...
Biological Invasions 22, 2357-2369, 2020
Are fire resprouters more carbon limited than non-resprouters? Effects of elevated CO2 on biomass, storage and allocation of woody species
PJ Clarke, A Manea, MR Leishman
Plant Ecology 217, 763-771, 2016
Evidence for a shift in defence driving the invasion success of Acacia longifolia in Australia
A Manea, S Tabassum, AJR Carthey, DNS Cameron, MR Leishman
Biological Invasions 21, 2211-2220, 2019
Leaf flammability and fuel load increase under elevated CO2 levels in a model grassland
A Manea, S Grootemaat, MR Leishman
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (6), 819-827, 2015
Plant architecture, growth and biomass allocation effects of the invasive pathogen myrtle rust (Austropuccinia psidii) on Australian Myrtaceae species after fire
L Fernandez Winzer, W Cuddy, GS Pegg, AJ Carnegie, A Manea, ...
Austral ecology 45 (2), 177-186, 2020
The resprouting response of co‐occurring temperate woody plant and grass species to elevated [CO2]: An insight into woody plant encroachment of grasslands
A Manea, MR Leishman
Austral Ecology 44 (5), 917-926, 2019
Differences in life‐cycle stage components between native and introduced ranges of five woody Fabaceae species
CJ Harris, A Manea, AT Moles, BR Murray, MR Leishman
Austral Ecology 42 (4), 404-413, 2017
Plant biodiversity in the face of global change
JJ Le Roux, MR Leishman, AP Cinantya, GD Gufu, H Hirsch, JH Keet, ...
Current Biology 30 (9), R390-R391, 2020
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