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Lankau, R.A., Zhu, K, and A. Ordonez. 2015. Mycorrhizal strategies determine stability of tree species’ trailing edges during past and contemporary climate change. Ecology 96: 1451-1458
Lankau, E. W. and R.A. Lankau. 2014. Plant species capacity to drive soil fungal communities contributes to differential impacts of plant-soil legacies. Ecology 95: 3221-3228
Lankau, R.A. and R.N. Nodurft. 2013. An exotic invader drives the evolution of plant traits that determine mycorrhizal fungal diversity in a native competitor. Molecular Ecology 22: 5472-5485.
Lankau, R.A. 2012. Coevolution between invasive and native plants driven by chemical competition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States 109: 11240-11245.
Lankau, R.A. 2011. Rapid evolutionary change and the coexistence of species. Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 42: 335-354.
Lankau, R.A. 2011. Resistance and recovery of soil microbial communities in the face of Alliaria petiolata invasions. New Phytologist 189: 536-548
Lankau, R.A., E. Wheeler, A.E. Bennett, and S.Y. Strauss. 2011. Plant-soil feedbacks link the maintenance of genetic and species diversity in a plant community. Journal of Ecology 99: 176-185
Lankau, R.A., G. Spyreas, V. Nuzzo, and A.S. Davis. 2009. Evolutionary limits ameliorate the negative impact of an invasive plant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States. 106:15362-15367
Lankau, R.A. and S.Y. Strauss. 2008. Community complexity drives patterns of natural selection on a chemical defense of Brassica nigra. The American Naturalist 171: 150-161. Featured in Science News
Lankau, R.A. and S.Y. Strauss. 2007. Mutual feedbacks maintain both genetic and species diversity in a plant community. Science 317: 1561-1563.