Julia Cooke
Julia Cooke
The Open University
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Is plant ecology more siliceous than we realise?
J Cooke, MR Leishman
Trends in plant science 16 (2), 61-68, 2011
2382011
Native and exotic invasive plants have fundamentally similar carbon capture strategies
MR Leishman, VP Thomson, J Cooke
Journal of Ecology 98 (1), 28-42, 2010
1582010
Elevated CO2 does not increase eucalypt forest productivity on a low-phosphorus soil
DS Ellsworth, IC Anderson, KY Crous, J Cooke, JE Drake, AN Gherlenda, ...
Nature Climate Change 7 (4), 279-282, 2017
1392017
Consistent alleviation of abiotic stress with silicon addition: a meta‐analysis
J Cooke, MR Leishman
Functional Ecology 30 (8), 1340-1357, 2016
1102016
Reproductive output of invasive versus native plants
RAB Mason, J Cooke, AT Moles, MR Leishman
Global Ecology and Biogeography 17 (5), 633-640, 2008
1042008
Tradeoffs between foliar silicon and carbon‐based defences: evidence from vegetation communities of contrasting soil types
J Cooke, MR Leishman
Oikos 121, 2052–2060, 2012
872012
Phosphorus recycling in photorespiration maintains high photosynthetic capacity in woody species
DS Ellsworth, KY Crous, H Lambers, J Cooke
Plant, Cell & Environment, 2015
732015
Conserved stomatal behaviour under elevated CO2 and varying water availability in a mature woodland
TE Gimeno, KY Crous, J Cooke, AP O'Grady, A Ósvaldsson, BE Medlyn, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (5), 700-709, 2016
682016
Silicon concentration and leaf longevity: is silicon a player in the leaf dry mass spectrum?
J Cooke, MR Leishman
Functional Ecology 25 (6), 1181-1188, 2011
572011
The functional ecology of plant silicon: geoscience to genes
J Cooke, JL DeGabriel, SE Hartley
Functional Ecology 30 (8), 1270-1276, 2016
452016
Evidence for shifts to faster growth strategies in the new ranges of invasive alien plants
MR Leishman, J Cooke, DM Richardson
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1451-1461, 2014
442014
Water availability affects seasonal CO2‐induced photosynthetic enhancement in herbaceous species in a periodically dry woodland
VS Pathare, KY Crous, J Cooke, D Creek, O Ghannoum, DS Ellsworth
Global change biology 23 (12), 5164-5178, 2017
272017
Shoot growth of woody trees and shrubs is predicted by maximum plant height and associated traits
SM Gleason, AEA Stephens, WC Tozer, CJ Blackman, DW Butler, ...
Functional Ecology 32 (2), 247-259, 2018
232018
Stem diameter growth rates in a fire‐prone savanna correlate with photosynthetic rate and branch‐scale biomass allocation, but not specific leaf area
IJ Wright, J Cooke, LA Cernusak, LB Hutley, MC Scalon, WC Tozer, ...
Austral Ecology 44 (2), 339-350, 2019
152019
The distribution of Carrichtera annua in Australia: introduction, spread and probable limits
J Cooke, RH Groves, J Ash
The Rangeland Journal 33 (1), 23-35, 2011
82011
The unusual occurrence of green algal balls of Chaetomorpha linum on a beach in Sydney, Australia
J Cooke, R Lanfear, A Downing, MR Gillings, AGB Poore, ID Goodwin, ...
Botanica Marina 58 (5), 401-407, 2015
72015
The behaviour of scribbly gum moth larvae Ogmograptis sp. Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Bucculatricidae) in the Australian Capital Territory
J Cooke, T Edwards
Australian Journal of Entomology 46 (4), 269-275, 2007
72007
Plant silicon interactions between organisms and the implications for ecosystems
J Cooke, JL DeGabriel
Frontiers in plant science 7, 1001, 2016
62016
Population dynamics of the invasive, annual species, Carrichtera annua, in Australia
J Cooke, JE Ash, RH Groves
The Rangeland Journal 34 (4), 375-387, 2012
62012
Rapid evolution of leaf physiology in an introduced beach daisy
CR Brandenburger, J Cooke, WB Sherwin, AT Moles
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1909), 20191103, 2019
52019
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