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Book review

Journal Article published Nov 2013 in Basic and Applied Ecology volume 14 issue 7 on page 622

Authors: Tina Heger

Predicting Biological Invasions

Journal Article published 2003 in Biological Invasions volume 5 issue 4 on pages 301 to 309

Authors: Tina Heger, Ludwig Trepl

The role of eco-evolutionary experience in invasion success

Journal Article published 28 Jun 2013 in NeoBiota volume 17 on pages 57 to 74

Authors: Wolf-Christian Saul, Jonathan Jeschke, Tina Heger

Species from different taxonomic groups show similar invasion traits

Journal Article published 2015 in Immediate Science Ecology

Authors: Tina Heger, Sylvia Haider, Wolf-Christian Saul, Jonathan Jeschke

The enemy release hypothesis as a hierarchy of hypotheses

Journal Article published 12 Feb 2014 in Oikos volume 123 issue 6 on pages 741 to 750

Authors: Tina Heger, Jonathan M. Jeschke

The invasion of Central Europe by Senecio inaequidens DC. ��������������������������� a complex biogeographical problem

Journal Article published 2005 in Erdkunde volume 59 issue 1 on pages 34 to 49

Authors: Tina Heger, Hans J������rgen B������hmer

What biological invasions ‘are’ is a matter of perspective

Journal Article published Apr 2013 in Journal for Nature Conservation volume 21 issue 2 on pages 93 to 96

Authors: Tina Heger, Wolf-Christian Saul, Ludwig Trepl

Support for major hypotheses in invasion biology is uneven and declining

Journal Article published 22 Aug 2012 in NeoBiota volume 14 on pages 1 to 20

Authors: Jonathan Jeschke, Lorena Gómez Aparicio, Sylvia Haider, Tina Heger, Christopher Lortie, Petr Pyšek, David Strayer

Shaping Theoretic Foundations of Holobiont-Like Systems

Chapter published 2016 in Progress in Botany on pages 219 to 244

Authors: Wolfgang zu Castell, Frank Fleischmann, Tina Heger, Rainer Matyssek

The Pluralistic Halakhah

Monograph published 20 Jan 2002

Authors: Paul Heger