Lindsay Turnbull
Lindsay Turnbull
Associate Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, Oxford University
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Are plant populations seed‐limited? A review of seed sowing experiments
LA Turnbull, MJ Crawley, M Rees
Oikos 88 (2), 225-238, 2000
Land‐use intensity and the effects of organic farming on biodiversity: a hierarchical meta‐analysis
SL Tuck, C Winqvist, F Mota, J Ahnström, LA Turnbull, J Bengtsson
Journal of applied ecology 51 (3), 746-755, 2014
Identification of 100 fundamental ecological questions
WJ Sutherland, RP Freckleton, HCJ Godfray, SR Beissinger, T Benton, ...
Journal of ecology 101 (1), 58-67, 2013
Linking the influence and dependence of people on biodiversity across scales
F Isbell, A Gonzalez, M Loreau, J Cowles, S Díaz, A Hector, GM Mace, ...
Nature 546 (7656), 65-72, 2017
How to fit nonlinear plant growth models and calculate growth rates: an update for ecologists
CET Paine, TR Marthews, DR Vogt, D Purves, M Rees, A Hector, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (2), 245-256, 2012
Seed mass and the competition/colonization trade-off: a sowing experiment
LA Turnbull, M Rees, MJ Crawley
Journal of Ecology, 899-912, 1999
Janzen‐Connell effects are widespread and strong enough to maintain diversity in grasslands
JS Petermann, AJF Fergus, LA Turnbull, B Schmid
Ecology 89 (9), 2399-2406, 2008
Natural enemies drive geographic variation in plant defenses
T Züst, C Heichinger, U Grossniklaus, R Harrington, DJ Kliebenstein, ...
Science 338 (6103), 116-119, 2012
Fear of the dark or dinner by moonlight? Reduced temporal partitioning among Africa's large carnivores
G Cozzi, F Broekhuis, JW McNutt, LA Turnbull, DW Macdonald, B Schmid
Ecology 93 (12), 2590-2599, 2012
Seed mass and the competition/colonization trade-off: competitive interactions and spatial patterns in a guild of annual plants
LA Turnbull, D Coomes, A Hector, M Rees
Journal of Ecology, 97-109, 2004
Coexistence, niches and biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning
LA Turnbull, JM Levine, M Loreau, A Hector
Ecology letters 16, 116-127, 2013
Partitioning the components of relative growth rate: how important is plant size variation?
M Rees, CP Osborne, FI Woodward, SP Hulme, LA Turnbull, SH Taylor
The American Naturalist 176 (6), E152-E161, 2010
Gains to species diversity in organically farmed fields are not propagated at the farm level
MK Schneider, G Lüscher, P Jeanneret, M Arndorfer, Y Ammari, D Bailey, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 4151, 2014
Understanding the value of plant diversity for ecosystem functioning through niche theory
LA Turnbull, F Isbell, DW Purves, M Loreau, A Hector
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1844), 20160536, 2016
Contribution of epigenetic variation to adaptation in Arabidopsis
MW Schmid, C Heichinger, D Coman Schmid, D Guthörl, V Gagliardini, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 4446, 2018
Using knockout mutants to reveal the growth costs of defensive traits
T Züst, B Joseph, KK Shimizu, DJ Kliebenstein, LA Turnbull
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1718), 2598-2603, 2011
Policing the legume-Rhizobium symbiosis: a critical test of partner choice
A Westhoek, E Field, F Rehling, G Mulley, I Webb, PS Poole, LA Turnbull
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1419, 2017
A new method for measuring relative growth rate can uncover the costs of defensive compounds in Arabidopsis thaliana
C Paul‐Victor, T Züst, M Rees, DJ Kliebenstein, LA Turnbull
New Phytologist 187 (4), 1102-1111, 2010
Growth rates, seed size, and physiology: do small‐seeded species really grow faster
LA Turnbull, C Paul-Victor, B Schmid, DW Purves
Ecology 89 (5), 1352-1363, 2008
Identifying aggregation and association in fully mapped spatial data
DA Coomes, M Rees, L Turnbull
Ecology 80 (2), 554-565, 1999
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