Bi-Cheng Dong
Bi-Cheng Dong
School of Ecology and Nature Conervation, Beijing Forestry University
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Invasive alien plants benefit more from clonal integration in heterogeneous environments than natives
YJ Wang, H Müller‐Schärer, M van Kleunen, AM Cai, P Zhang, R Yan, ...
New Phytologist 216 (4), 1072-1078, 2017
How internode length, position and presence of leaves affect survival and growth of Alternanthera philoxeroides after fragmentation?
BC Dong, GL Yu, W Guo, MX Zhang, M Dong, FH Yu
Evolutionary Ecology 24, 1447-1461, 2010
Clonal integration in homogeneous environments increases performance of Alternanthera philoxeroides
BC Dong, P Alpert, Q Zhang, FH Yu
Oecologia 179, 393-403, 2015
Effects of fragmentation on the survival and growth of the invasive, clonal plant Alternanthera philoxeroides
BC Dong, P Alpert, W Guo, FH Yu
Biological Invasions 14, 1101-1110, 2012
Effects of soil nutrient heterogeneity on intraspecific competition in the invasive, clonal plant Alternanthera philoxeroides
J Zhou, BC Dong, P Alpert, HL Li, MX Zhang, GC Lei, FH Yu
Annals of Botany 109 (4), 813-818, 2012
Soil heterogeneity affects ramet placement of Hydrocotyle vulgaris
BC Dong, JZ Wang, RH Liu, MX Zhang, FL Luo, FH Yu
Journal of Plant Ecology 8 (1), 91-100, 2015
A multi-species comparison of selective placement patterns of ramets in invasive alien and native clonal plants to light, soil nutrient and water heterogeneity
D Chen, A Ali, XH Yong, CG Lin, XH Niu, AM Cai, BC Dong, ZX Zhou, ...
Science of the Total Environment 657, 1568-1577, 2019
Burial depth and stolon internode length independently affect survival of small clonal fragments
BC Dong, RH Liu, Q Zhang, HL Li, MX Zhang, GC Lei, FH Yu
PLoS One 6 (9), e23942, 2011
Effects of clonal fragmentation on intraspecific competition of a stoloniferous floating plant
P Wang, YS Xu, BC Dong, W Xue, FH Yu
Plant Biology 16 (6), 1121-1126, 2014
Effects of orientation on survival and growth of small fragments of the invasive, clonal plant Alternanthera philoxeroides
BC Dong, MX Zhang, P Alpert, GC Lei, FH Yu
Plos One 5 (10), e13631, 2010
Clonal integration increases tolerance of a phalanx clonal plant to defoliation
P Wang, H Li, XY Pang, A Wang, BC Dong, JP Lei, FH Yu, MH Li
Science of the Total Environment 593, 236-241, 2017
Herbivory-induced maternal effects on growth and defense traits in the clonal species Alternanthera philoxeroides
BC Dong, T Fu, FL Luo, FH Yu
Science of the Total Environment 605, 114-123, 2017
Does species richness affect the growth and water quality of submerged macrophyte assemblages?
Q Zhang, YP Liu, FL Luo, BC Dong, FH Yu
Aquatic botany 153, 51-57, 2019
Consecutive submergence and de-submergence both impede growth of a riparian plant during water level fluctuations with different frequencies
FL Luo, S Matsubara, Y Chen, GW Wei, BC Dong, MX Zhang, FH Yu
Environmental and experimental botany 155, 641-649, 2018
Soil particle heterogeneity affects the growth of a rhizomatous wetland plant
L Huang, BC Dong, W Xue, YK Peng, MX Zhang, FH Yu
PLoS One 8 (7), e69836, 2013
Context-dependent parental effects on clonal offspring performance
BC Dong, M Van Kleunen, FH Yu
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1824, 2018
Combined effects of soil heterogeneity, herbivory and detritivory on growth of the clonal plant Hydrocotyle vulgaris
L Liu, P Alpert, BC Dong, JM Li, FH Yu
Plant and Soil 421, 429-437, 2017
Transgenerational effects of herbivory and soil nutrients transmitted via vegetative reproduction in the clonal plant Alternanthera philoxeroides
BC Dong, P Alpert, FH Yu
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 41, 125498, 2019
Direct and legacy effects of herbivory on growth and physiology of a clonal plant
BC Dong, MZ Wang, RH Liu, FL Luo, HL Li, FH Yu
Biological Invasions 20, 3631-3645, 2018
Effects of vegetative propagule pressure on the establishment of an introduced clonal plant, Hydrocotyle vulgaris
R Liu, Q Chen, B Dong, F Yu
Scientific Reports 4 (1), 5507, 2014
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