Her primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Introduced species, Invasive species, Population size and Botany. Her Ecology study focuses mostly on Biodiversity, Ecology, Range, Herbivore and Ecosystem. Ruth A. Hufbauer interconnects Adaptation, Population growth, Genetic drift, Haplotype and Small population size in the investigation of issues within Introduced species.
The Invasive species study combines topics in areas such as Habitat destruction, Habitat and Propagule. Her Population size research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Evolutionary biology, Isolation by distance, Genetic variation and Population genetics. Her work investigates the relationship between Evolutionary biology and topics such as Genetic diversity that intersect with problems in Inbreeding and Inbreeding depression.
Ruth A. Hufbauer mostly deals with Ecology, Introduced species, Invasive species, Range and Botany. Her Ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Population size and Genetic diversity. Her Genetic diversity research incorporates themes from Evolutionary biology, Cirsium arvense, Genetic variation and Genetic admixture.
Her research in Introduced species tackles topics such as Genetic drift which are related to areas like Population bottleneck. Her studies deal with areas such as Plant ecology, Overwintering, Adaptive evolution and Life history as well as Invasive species. Her research integrates issues of Biodiversity, Climate change, Biological dispersal and Ecosystem in her study of Range.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Genetic drift, Range, Ecology, Evolutionary biology and Genetic diversity. Her Genetic drift research incorporates elements of Adaptation and Introduced species. Her work carried out in the field of Range brings together such families of science as Spatial sorting, Biological dispersal and Mating system.
In her works, Ruth A. Hufbauer performs multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Specialization. Her Evolutionary biology research includes elements of Population genetics, Assortative mating, Inbreeding, Inbreeding depression and Haplotype. Her Genetic diversity study combines topics in areas such as Outcrossing, Population structure and Genetic variation.
Ruth A. Hufbauer focuses on Integrated pest management, Preference, Blowing a raspberry, Drosophila suzukii and PEST analysis. Her Integrated pest management research integrates issues from Voltinism, Host, Herbivore and Invasive species. Among her research on Preference, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Horticulture and Larva.
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Biotic interactions and plant invasions
Ecology Letters (2006)
Enantiomeric-Dependent Phytotoxic and Antimicrobial Activity of (±)-Catechin. A Rhizosecreted Racemic Mixture from Spotted Knapweed
Harsh Pal Bais;Travis S. Walker;Frank R. Stermitz;Ruth A. Hufbauer.
Plant Physiology (2002)
Do invasive species perform better in their new ranges
DIRECT AND INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ENEMIES AND MUTUALISTS ON PLANT PERFORMANCE: A META-ANALYSIS
Is There a Genetic Paradox of Biological Invasion
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2016)
Anthropogenically induced adaptation to invade (AIAI): contemporary adaptation to human-altered habitats within the native range can promote invasions
Evolutionary Applications (2012)
Indirect effects of parasites in invasions
Functional Ecology (2012)
Microevolution in biological control: Mechanisms, patterns, and processes
Biological Control (2005)
Inbreeding Depression Is Purged in the Invasive Insect Harmonia axyridis
Benoît Facon;Ruth A. Hufbauer;Ashraf Tayeh;Anne Loiseau.
Current Biology (2011)
Inference of allelopathy is complicated by effects of activated carbon on plant growth.
New Phytologist (2008)
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