Publications by: Daniel Montesinos

Also publishes as (Daniel Montesinos Torres, D. Montesinos Torres, D. Montesinos)

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Santamarina, S., Montesinos Torres, D., Alfaro-Saiz, E., and Acedo, C. (2022) Drought affects the performance of native oak seedlings more strongly than competition with invasive crested wattle seedlings. Plant Biology. (In Press)

Montesinos, Daniel (2022) Fast invasives fastly become faster: invasive plants align largely with the fast side of the plant economics spectrum. Journal of Ecology, 110 (5). pp. 1010-1014.

Irimia, Ramona E., Hierro, José L., Branco, Soraia, Sotes, Gastón, Cavieres, Lohengrin A., Eren, Özkan, Lortie, Christopher J., French, Kristine, Callaway, Ragan M., and Montesinos, Daniel (2021) Experimental admixture among geographically disjunct populations of an invasive plant yields a global mosaic of reproductive incompatibility and heterosis. Journal of Ecology, 109 (5). pp. 2152-2162.

Hierro, José L., Eren, Özkan, Montesinos, Daniel, Andonian, Krikor, Kethsuriani, Liana, Özkan, Rabia, Diaconu, Alecu, Török, Katalin, Cavieres, Lohengrin, and French, Kristine (2020) Increments in weed seed size track global range expansion and contribute to colonization in a non-native region. Biological Invasions, 22 (3). pp. 969-982.

Ferreira, Beatriz, Montesinos, Daniel, and Sales, Fátima (2020) Mucilage in Portuguese Lamiaceae. Botany Letters, 167 (4). pp. 430-438.

Montesinos, Daniel, and Callaway, Ragan M. (2020) Soil origin corresponds with variation in growth of an invasive Centaurea, but not of non-invasive congeners. Ecology, 101 (10). e03141.

Irimia, Ramona E., Lopes, Susana M.M., Sotes, Gastón, Cavieres, Lohengrin A., Eren, Özkan, Lortie, Christopher J., French, Kristine, Hierro, José L., Rosche, Christoph, Callaway, Ragan M., Pinho e Melo, Teresa M.V.D., and Montesinos, Daniel (2019) Biogeographic differences in the allelopathy of leaf surface extracts of an invasive weed. Biological Invasions, 21 (10). pp. 3151-3168.

Montesinos, Daniel, Graebner, Ryan C., and Callaway, Ragan M. (2019) Evidence for evolution of increased competitive ability for invasive Centaurea solstitialis, but not for naturalized C. calcitrapa. Biological Invasions, 21 (1). pp. 99-110.

Montesinos, Daniel (2019) Forest ecological intensification. Trends in Plant Science, 24 (6). pp. 485-486.

Montesinos, Daniel, Correia, Marta, Castro, Sílvia, French, Kristine, and Rodríguez-Echeverría, Susana (2018) Diminishing importance of elaiosomes for acacia seed removal in non-native ranges. Evolutionary Ecology, 32 (6). pp. 601-621.

Becerra, Pablo I., Catford, Jane A., Inderjit, , McLeod, Morgan Luce, Andonian, Krikor, Aschehoug, Eric T., Montesinos, Daniel, and Callaway, Ragan M. (2018) Inhibitory effects of Eucalyptus globulus on understorey plant growth and species richness are greater in non‐native regions. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27 (1). pp. 68-76.

Montesinos, Daniel, and Callaway, Ragan M. (2018) Traits correlate with invasive success more than plasticity: a comparison of three Centaurea congeners. Ecology and Evolution, 8 (15). pp. 7378-7385.

Elena-Irimia, Ramona, Montesinos Torres, Daniel, Eren, Ozkan, Lortie, Christopher J., French, Kristine, Cavieres, Lohengrin A., Sotes, Gastón J., Hierro, José L., Jorge, Andreia, and Loureiro, João (2017) Extensive analysis of native and non-native Centaurea solstitialis L. populations across the world shows no traces of polyploidization. PeerJ, 5. e3531.

Montesinos, Daniel, and Callaway, Ragan M. (2017) Inter-regional hybrids of native and invasive Centaurea solstitialis display intermediate competitive ability. Ecography, 40 (7). pp. 801-802.

Correia, Marta, Montesinos Torres, Daniel, French, Kristine, and Rodríguez-Echeverría, Susana (2016) Evidence for enemy release and increased seed production and size for two invasive Australian acacias. Journal of Ecology, 104 (5). pp. 1391-1399.

Filipe, Joao C., and Montesinos Torres, Daniel (2016) Inter-regional hybrids of native and non-native Centaurea sulphurea inherit increased competitive ability from the non-natives. Plant Ecology & Diversity, 9 (4). pp. 381-386.

Xiao, Sa, Callaway, Ragan M., Graebner, Ryan, Hierro, José L., and Montesinos, Daniel (2016) Modeling the relative importance of ecological factors in exotic invasion: The origin of competitors matters, but disturbance in the non-native range tips the balance. Ecological Modelling, 335. pp. 39-47.

Montesinos, Daniel, Castro, Sílvia, and Rodríguez-Echeverría, Susana (2016) Two invasive acacia species secure generalist pollinators in invaded communities. Acta Oecologica, 74. pp. 46-55.

Montesinos, D. (2015) Plant-plant interactions: from competition to facilitation. Web Ecology, 15. pp. 1-2.

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