Christopher E. Buddenhagen
Christopher E. Buddenhagen
AgResearch Ltd, a Crown Research Insitute, New Zealand
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Assessing biofuel crop invasiveness: a case study
CE Buddenhagen, C Chimera, P Clifford
PloS one 4 (4), e5261, 2009
An extensive alien plant inventory from the inhabited areas of Galapagos
A Guézou, M Trueman, CE Buddenhagen, S Chamorro, AM Guerrero, ...
PLoS One 5 (4), e10276, 2010
Guidance for addressing the Australian weed risk assessment questions
DR Gordon, B Mitterdorfer, PC Pheloung, S Ansari, C Buddenhagen, ...
Plant Protection Quarterly 25 (2), 56-74, 2010
Anchored Phylogenomics of Angiosperms I: Assessing the Robustness of Phylogenetic Estimates
C Buddenhagen, AR Lemmon, EM Lemmon, J Bruhl, J Cappa, ...
bioRxiv, 086298, 2016
The Control of a Highly Invasive Tree Cinchona pubescens in Galapagos
CE Buddenhagen, JL Renteria, M Gardener, SR Wilkinson, M Soria, ...
Weed Technology 18, 1194-1202, 2004
Epidemic network analysis for mitigation of invasive pathogens in seed systems: Potato in Ecuador
CE Buddenhagen, JF Hernandez Nopsa, KF Andersen, J Andrade-Piedra, ...
Phytopathology 107 (10), 1209-1218, 2017
Network analysis: a systems framework to address grand challenges in plant pathology
KA Garrett, RI Alcalá-Briseño, KF Andersen, CE Buddenhagen, ...
Annual review of phytopathology 56, 559-580, 2018
The Perfect Storm: Gene Tree Estimation Error, Incomplete Lineage Sorting, and Ancient Gene Flow Explain the Most Recalcitrant Ancient Angiosperm Clade, Malpighiales
L Cai, Z Xi, EM Lemmon, AR Lemmon, A Mast, CE Buddenhagen, L Liu, ...
Systematic Biology, 1-17, 2020
Invasive plant seed viability after processing by some endemic Galapagos birds
C Buddenhagen, K Jewell
Ornitologia Neotropical 17, 73-80, 2006
Biofuels: the risks and dangers of introducing invasive species
CG Chimera, CE Buddenhagen, PM Clifford
Biofuels 1 (5), 785-796, 2010
Modeling epidemics in seed systems and landscapes to guide management strategies: the case of sweet potato in Northern Uganda
KF Andersen, CE Buddenhagen, P Rachkara, R Gibson, S Kalule, ...
Phytopathology 109 (9), 1519-1532, 2019
A pragmatic approach to the management of plant invasions in Galapagos
MR Gardener, M Trueman, C Buddenhagen, R Heleno, H Jäger, ...
Plant invasions in protected areas: patterns, problems and challenges, 349-374, 2013
Invasive plants in the Scalesia pedunculata forest at Los Gemelos, Santa Cruz, Galápagos
JL Renteria, CE Buddenhagen
Noticias de Galápagos—Galápagos Research 64, 31-35, 2006
The successful eradication of two blackberry species Rubus megalococcus and R. adenotrichos (Rosaceae) from Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, Ecuador
CE Buddenhagen
Pacific Conservation Biology 12 (4), 272-278, 2006
The genetic inheritance of herbicide resistance in weeds
H Ghanizadeh, CE Buddenhagen, KC Harrington, TK James
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 38 (4), 295-312, 2019
A herbicide resistance risk assessment for weeds in wheat and barley crops in New Zealand
Z Ngow, RJ Chynoweth, M Gunnarsson, P Rolston, CE Buddenhagen
PLoS One 15 (6), e0234771, 2020
An overview of weed impacts and trends
CE Buddenhagen, SM Timmins, SJ Owen, PD Champion, W Nelson, ...
Department of Conservation strategic plan for managing invasive weeds, 11-21, 1998
The cost of quinine Cinchona pubescens control on Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos
C Buddenhagen, P Yánez
Resistance to post-emergent herbicides is becoming common for grass weeds on New Zealand wheat and barley farms
CE Buddenhagen, TK James, Z Ngow, DL Hackell, MP Rolston, ...
PLoS One 16 (10), e0258685, 2021
Lessons from successful plant eradications in Galapagos: commitment is crucial
CE Buddenhagen, A Tye
Biological Invasions 17, 2893-2912, 2015
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