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Pergl J. 2011: Gebirgsriesen aus dem Garten. Der Riesen-Bärenklau. In: Nentwig W. (ed.) Unheimliche Eroberer: invasive Pflanzen und Tiere in Europa, Haupt Verlag, Bern, 41 - 48
Pergl J., Müllerová J., Perglová I., Herben T. & Pyšek P. 2011: The role of long-distance seed dispersal in the local population dynamics of an invasive plant species. Diversity and Distributions 17, 725 - 738
Pyšek P. 2011: Das Geheimnis eines Angebers: das Drüsige Springkraut. In: Nentwig W. (ed.), Unheimliche Eroberer: invasive Pflanzen und Tiere in Europa, Haupt Verlag, Bern, 49 - 56
Pyšek P. 2011: Knowing what we count: a comment on Guo. NeoBiota 10, 81 - 88
Pyšek P. & Hulme P. E. 2011: Biological invasions in Europe 50 years after Elton: time to sound the ALARM. In: Richardson D. M. (ed.) Fifty years of invasion ecology: the legacy of Charles Elton, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, 73 - 88
Pyšek P., Hulme P. E., Nentwig W. & Vila M. 2011: DAISIE project. In: Simberloff D. & Rejmánek M. (eds.) Encyclopaedia of biological invasions, University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 138 - 142
Pyšek P., Jarošík V., Chytrý M., Danihelka J., Kühn I., Pergl J., Tichý L., Biesmeijer J., Ellis W. N., Kunin W. E. & Settele J. 2011: Successful invaders co-opt pollinators of native flora and accumulate insect pollinators with increasing residence time. Ecological Monographs 81, 277 - 293
Pyšek P., Jarošík V., Pergl J. & Wild J. 2011: Colonization of high altitudes by alien plants over the last two centuries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108, 439 - 440
Pyšek P., Klimešová J. & Kaplan Z. 2011: Current topics in clonal plants research. Pyšek P., Klimešová J. & Kaplan Z. (eds): Current topics in clonal plants research. - Preslia 83, Czech Botanical Society, Praha 83, 275 - 512
Pyšek P., Pergl J. & Jarošík V. 2011: Alien plants introduced by different pathways differ in invasion success: unintentional introductions as a threat to natural areas. PLoS ONE 6, 1 - 11
Richardson D. M., Pyšek P. & Carlton J. T. 2011: A compendium of essential concepts and terminology in biological invasions. In: Richardson D. M. (ed.) Fifty years of invasion ecology: the legacy of Charles Elton, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, 409 - 420
Rydlo J., Rydlo J., Moravcová L. & Skálová H. 2011: Ambrosia trifida u Velkého Oseka a Veltrub. Muzeum a součastnost 26, 132 - 135
Seastedt T. S. & Pyšek P. 2011: Mechanisms of plant invasions of North American and European grasslands. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 42, 133 - 153
Simberloff D., Alexander J., Allendorf F., Aronson J., Antunes P. M., Bacher S., Bardgett R., Bertolino S., Bishop M., Blackburn T. M., Blakeslee A., Blumenthal D., Bortolus A., Buckley R., Buckley Y., Byers J., Callaway R. M., Campbell F., Campbell K., C 2011: Non-natives: 141 scientists object. Nature 475, 36 - 36
Simberloff D., Genovesi P., Pyšek P. & Campbell K. 2011: Recognizing conservation success. Science 332, 419 - 419
Skálová H., Moravcová L. & Pyšek P. 2011: Germination dynamics and seedling frost resistance of invasive and native Impatiens species reflect local climatic conditions. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13, 173 - 180
Stohlgren T. J., Pyšek P., Kartesz J., Nishino M., Pauchard A., Winter M., Pino J., Richardson D. M., Wilson J. R. U., Murray B. R., Phillips M. L., Ming-yang L., Celesti-Grapow L. & Font X. 2011: Widespread plant species: natives versus aliens in our changing world. Biological Invasions 13, 1931 - 1944
Vila M., Espinar J. L., Hejda M., Hulme P. E., Jarošík V., Maron J. L., Pergl J., Schaffner U., Sun Y. & Pyšek P. 2011: Ecological impacts of invasive alien plants: a meta-analysis of their effects on species, communities and ecosystems. Ecology Letters 14, 702 - 708
Foxcroft L. C., Jarošík V., Pyšek P., Richardson D. M. & Rouget M. 2010: Protected-area boundaries as filters of plant invasions. Conservation Biology 25, 400 - 405
Foxcroft L. C., Richardson D. M., Rejmánek M. & Pyšek P. 2010: Alien plant invasions in tropical and sub-tropical savannas: patterns, processes and prospects. Biological Invasions 12, 3913 - 3933