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Greer MJ, Wilson GWT, Hickman KR, Wilson S. Experimental evidence that invasive grasses use allelopathic biochemicals as a potential mechanism for invasion: Chemical warfare in nature. Plant and Soil. 2014;385:165 -179. doi:10.1007/s11104-014-2209-3.
Duell EB. Elevated temperatures and drought favor invasive grasses over native species. 2015;MS Thesis. Available at: https://shareok.org/handle/11244/45161.
Hickman KR. Effects of large ungulate herbivory on tallgrass prairie plant population and community structure. 1996;PhD Dissertation:1 -105.
Hickman KR, Hartnett DC, Cochran RC. Effects of grazing systems and stocking rates on plant species diversity in Kansas tallgrass prairie. West NE. 1996:228 -229.
Hickman KR, Hartnett DC. Effects of grazing intensity on growth, reproduction, and abundances of three palatable forbs in Kansas tallgrass prairie. Plant Ecology. 2002;159:23 -33. doi:10.1023/A:1015534721939.
Hartnett DC, Hickman KR, Walter LEF. Effects of bison grazing on plant species diversity in tallgrass prairie. West NE. 1996:215 -216.
Hartnett DC, Hickman KR, Walter LEF. Effects of bison grazing, on floristic diversity in tallgrass prairie. 1995:215 -216.
Hartnett DC, Hickman KR, Walter LEF. Effects of bison grazing, fire and topography on floristic diversity in tallgrass prairie. Journal of Range Management. 1996;49:413 -420. doi:10.2307/4002922.
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Hartnett DC, Steuter AA, Hickman KR. Comparative ecology of native and introduced ungulates. In: Knopf FL, Samson FB Ecology and Conservation of Great Plains Vertebrates. Ecology and Conservation of Great Plains Vertebrates. New York: Springer-Verlag; 1997:72 -101. doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-2703-6_4.