Ayub M.O. Oduor
Ayub M.O. Oduor
The Technical University of Kenya
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Invasive plant species are locally adapted just as frequently and at least as strongly as native plant species
AMO Oduor, R Leimu, M van Kleunen
Journal of Ecology 104 (4), 957-968, 2016
Field parasitism rates of caterpillars on Brassica oleracea plants are reliably predicted by differential attraction of Cotesia parasitoids
EH Poelman, AMO Oduor, C Broekgaarden, CA Hordijk, JJ Jansen, ...
Functional Ecology 23 (5), 951-962, 2009
Introduced Brassica nigra populations exhibit greater growth and herbivore resistance but less tolerance than native populations in the native range
AMO Oduor, RA Lankau, SY Strauss, JM Gómez
New Phytologist 191 (2), 536-544, 2011
Do invasive alien plants benefit more from global environmental change than native plants?
Y Liu, AMO Oduor, Z Zhang, A Manea, MI Tooth, RM Leishman, X Xu, ...
Global Change Biology, 2016
Exotic vertebrate and invertebrate herbivores differ in their impacts on native and exotic plants: a meta-analysis
AMO Oduor, JM Gómez, SY Strauss
Biological invasions 12 (2), 407-419, 2010
Evolutionary responses of native plant species to invasive plants: a review
AMO Oduor
New Phytologist 200 (4), 986-992, 2013
Modeling vulnerability of protected areas to invasion by Chromolaena odorata under current and future climates
AB Fandohan, AMO Oduor, AI Sodé, L Wu, A Cuni-Sanchez, E Assédé, ...
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 1 (6), 1-12, 2015
Herbivores mediate different competitive and facilitative responses of native and invader populations of Brassica nigra
AMO Oduor, SY Strauss, Y García, MB Cascales, JM Gómez
Ecology 94 (10), 2288-2298, 2013
Survey of Loxodonta africana (Elephantidae)‐caused bark injury on Adansonia digitata (Malavaceae) within Pendjari Biosphere Reserve, Benin
BD Kassa, B Fandohan, AF Azihou, AE Assogbadjo, AMO Oduor, ...
African journal of ecology 52 (4), 385-394, 2014
Invasion of Brassica nigra in North America: distributions and origins of chloroplast DNA haplotypes suggest multiple introductions
AMO Oduor, JM Gomez, MB Herrador, F Perfectti
Biological invasions, 2015
In the presence of specialist root and shoot herbivory, invasive-range Brassica nigra populations have stronger competitive effects than native-range populations
AMO Oduor, M van Kleunen, M Stift
Journal of Ecology, 2017
The Interaction between Root Herbivory and Competitive Ability of Native and Invasive-Range Populations of Brassica nigra
AMO Oduor, M Stift, M van Kleunen
PLoS ONE, 1-15, 2015
Applied evolutionary biology could aid management of invaded ecosystems
AMO Oduor, X Yu, J Liu
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 1 (6), 1-6, 2015
An invasive plant provides refuge to native plant species in an intensely grazed ecosystem
AMO Oduor, H Long, AB Fandohan, J Liu, X Yu
Biological Invasions, 1-7, 2018
The effects of protected areas on the welfare of local communities: the case of Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya
D Mojo, AMO Oduor, C Fu, Y Bai, H Long, G Wang, L Zhang
Patterns of human-wildlife conflict and management implications in Kenya: a national perspective
H Long, D Mojo, C Fu, G Wang, E Kanga, AMO Oduor, L Zhang
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 25 (2), 121–135, 2020
Livelihood impacts and governance processes of community-based wildlife conservation in Maasai Mara ecosystem, Kenya
AMO Oduor
Journal of Environmental Management 260 (DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.110133 …, 2020
A native parasitic plant and soil microorganisms facilitate a native plant co‐occurrence with an invasive plant
J Li, AMO Oduor, F Yu, M Dong
Ecology and Evolution, 1-12, 2019
通过中非合作推动在非洲实施 “气候, 生态与生计” 综合途径
王国勤, 付超, 刘健, 张林秀
资源与生态学报 9 (3), 232-236, 2018
Promoting the Nexus Approach of Climate, Ecosystems and Livelihoods in Africa through China-Africa Cooperation
W Guoqin, F Chao, L Jian, Z Linxiu, AMO Oduor, D Mojo, M Balehegn
Journal of Resources and Ecology 9 (3), 232-236, 2018
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