Oscar Godoy
Oscar Godoy
Rámon y Cajal Fellow, Biology Dept. University of Cádiz,
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Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide
WK Cornwell, JHC Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, VT Eviner, ...
Ecology Letters 11 (10), 1065-1071, 2008
17222008
Community assembly, coexistence and the environmental filtering metaphor
NJB Kraft, PB Adler, O Godoy, EC James, S Fuller, JM Levine
Functional Ecology 29 (5), 592-599, 2015
9472015
Plant functional traits and the multidimensional nature of species coexistence
NJB Kraft, O Godoy, JM Levine
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 112 (3), 797- 802, 2015
5782015
Phylogenetic relatedness and the determinants of competitive outcomes
O Godoy, NJB Kraft, JM Levine
Ecology Letters 17 (7), 836-844, 2014
2732014
Multispecies comparison reveals that invasive and native plants differ in their traits but not in their plasticity
O Godoy, F Valladares, P Castro‐Díez
Functional Ecology 25 (6), 1248-1259, 2011
1752011
Phenology effects on invasion success: insights from coupling field experiments to coexistence theory
O Godoy, JM Levine
Ecology 95 (3), 726-736, 2014
1722014
What explains variation in the impacts of exotic plant invasions on the nitrogen cycle? A meta‐analysis
P Castro‐Díez, O Godoy, A Alonso, A Gallardo, A Saldaña
Ecology Letters 17 (1), 1-12, 2014
1722014
A structural approach for understanding multispecies coexistence
S Saavedra, RP Rohr, J Bascompte, O Godoy, NJB Kraft, JM Levine
Ecological Monographs 87 (3), 470-486, 2017
1272017
Flowering phenology of invasive alien plant species compared with native species in three Mediterranean-type ecosystems
O Godoy, DM Richardson, F Valladares, P Castro-Díez
Annals of Botany 103 (3), 485-494, 2009
1092009
Species coexistence in a changing world
F Valladares, CC Bastias, O Godoy, E Granda, A Escudero
Frontiers in Plant Science 6, 866, 2015
1072015
Predicting invasiveness of Australian acacias on the basis of their native climatic affinities, life history traits and human use
P Castro‐Díez, O Godoy, A Saldaña, DM Richardson
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 934-945, 2011
1062011
Leaf litter traits of invasive species slow down decomposition compared to Spanish natives: a broad phylogenetic comparison
O Godoy, P Castro-Díez, RSP Van Logtestijn, JHC Cornelissen, ...
Oecologia 162 (3), 781-790, 2010
982010
Intransitivity is infrequent and fails to promote annual plant coexistence without pairwise niche differences
O Godoy, DB Stouffer, NJB Kraft, JM Levine
Ecology 98 (5), 1193-1200, 2017
742017
Different flowering phenology of alien invasive species in Spain: evidence for the use of an empty temporal niche?
O Godoy, P Castro‐Díez, F Valladares, M Costa‐Tenorio
Plant Biology 11 (6), 803-811, 2009
742009
The relative importance for plant invasiveness of trait means, and their plasticity and integration in a multivariate framework
O Godoy, F Valladares, P Castro‐Díez
New Phytologist 195 (4), 912-922, 2012
712012
Towards the Integration of Niche and Network Theories
O Godoy, I Bartomeus, RP Rohr, S Saavedra
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33 (4), 287-300, 2018
702018
Global effects of non‐native tree species on multiple ecosystem services
P Castro‐Díez, AS Vaz, JS Silva, M van Loo, Á Alonso, C Aponte, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (4), 1477-1501, 2019
672019
Forests are not immune to plant invasions: phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation allow Prunella vulgaris to colonize a temperate evergreen rainforest
O Godoy, A Saldana, N Fuentes, F Valladares, E Gianoli
Biological Invasions 13 (7), 1615-1625, 2011
652011
Invasive species can handle higher leaf temperature under water stress than Mediterranean natives
O Godoy, JP de Lemos-Filho, F Valladares
Environmental and Experimental Botany 71 (2), 207-214, 2011
652011
Invasiones biológicas
M Vilà, F Valladares, A Traveset, L Santamaría, P Castro
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2008
652008
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