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Paine, C E T; Marthews, T R; Vogt, D R; Purves, D; Rees, M; Hector, A; Turnbull, L A (2012). How to fit nonlinear plant growth models and calculate growth rates: an update for ecologists. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 3(2):245-256.

Rees, M; Osborne, C P; Woodward, F I; Hulme, S P; Turnbull, L A; Taylor, S H (2010). Partitioning the components of Relative Growth Rate: how important is plant size variation? American Naturalist, 176(6):E152-E161.

Hautier, Y; Hector, A; Vojtech, E; Purves, D; Turnbull, L A (2010). Modelling the growth of parasitic plants. Journal of Ecology, 98(4):857-866.

Turnbull, L A; Levine, J M; Fergus, A J F; Petermann, J S (2010). Species diversity reduces invasion success in pathogen-regulated communities. Oikos, 119(6):1040-1046.

Paul-Victor, C; Züst, T; Rees, M; Kliebenstein, D J; Turnbull, L A (2010). A new method for measuring relative growth rate can uncover the costs of defensive compounds in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist, 187(4):1102-1111.

Fakheran, S; Paul-Victor, C; Heichinger, C; Schmid, B; Grossniklaus, U; Turnbull, L A (2010). Adaptation and extinction in experimentally fragmented landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 107(44):19120-19125.

Turnbull, L A; Hector, A (2010). Applied Ecology: How to get even with pests. Nature, 466(7302):36-37.

Petermann, J S; Fergus, A J F; Roscher, C; Turnbull, L A; Weigelt, A; Schmid, B (2010). Biology, chance, or history? The predictable reassembly of temperate grassland communities. Ecology, 91(2):408-421.

Purves, D W; Turnbull, L A (2010). Different but equal: the implausible assumption at the heart of neutral theory. Journal of Animal Ecology, 79(6):1215 -1225.

Rose, K E; Atkinson, R L; Turnbull, L A; Rees, M (2009). The costs and benefits of fast living. Ecology Letters, 12(12):1379-1384.

Paul-Victor, C; Turnbull, L A (2009). The effect of growth conditions on the seed size/number trade-off. PLoS ONE, 4(9):e6917.

Turnbull, L A; Rees, M; Purves, D W (2008). Why equalising trade-offs aren't always neutral. Ecology Letters, 11(10):1037-1046.

Turnbull, L A; Paul-Victor, C; Schmid, B; Purves, D W (2008). Growth rates, seed size, and physiology: do small-seeded species really grow faster? Ecology, 89(5):1352-1363.

Petermann, J S; Fergus, A J F; Turnbull, L A; Schmid, B (2008). Janzen-Connell effects are widespread and strong enough to maintain diversity in grassland. Ecology, 89(9):2399-2406.

Vojtech, E; Turnbull, L A; Hector, A (2007). Differences in light interception in grass monocultures predict short-term competitive outcomes under productive conditions. PLoS ONE, 2(6):e449.

Turnbull, L A; Santamaria, L; Martorell, T; Rallo, J; Hector, A (2006). Seed size variability: from carob to carats. Biology Letters, 2(3):397-400.

Turnbull, L A; Rahm, S; Baudois, O; Eichenberger-Glinz, S; Wacker, L; Schmid, B (2005). Experimental invasion by legumes reveals non-random assembly rules in grassland communities. Journal of Ecology, 93(6):1062-1070.

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