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Natasha Shelby

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    Research interests

    ecologyplant-microbe interactionsrhizosphere microbiotapollination websbiological invasions

    About

    MSc, biology. Western Washington University, Bellingham, Wash., USA PhD, ecology. Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Co-authors (6)

    • Joanne Lau
    • Boyer Stephane
    • Benjamin Waterhouse
    • Kevin McGinn

    Publications (5)

    • No difference in the competitive ability of introduced and native Trifolium provenances when grown with soil biota from their introduced and native ranges

      • Shelby N
      • Hulme P
      • Putten W
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    • No difference in the competitive ability of introduced and native Trifolium provenances when grown with soil biota from their introduced and native ranges

      • Shelby N
      • Hulme P
      • Van Der Putten W
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    • Plant mutualisms with rhizosphere microbiota in introduced versus native ranges

      • Shelby N
      • Duncan R
      • van der Putten W
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    • Trifolium species associate with a similar richness of soil-borne mutualists in their introduced and native ranges

      • Mcginn K
      • van der Putten W
      • Duncan R
      • et al.
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    • Despite Extensive Pollinator Sharing, Invasive Blackberry has Negligible Impacts on Reproductive Success of a Rare Native Wildflower

      • Shelby N
      • Peterson M
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