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Dr John Bailey - Publications

Bailey, J.P.,  (1988) Putative Reynoutria japonica Houtt. x Fallopia baldschuanica (Regel) Holub hybrids discovered in Britain.  Watsonia, 17: 163-164.

Bailey, J.P., (1988) Reynoutria and Fallopia hybrids, in Plant Crib, ed. Rich, T.G.C. & Rich, M.D.B., 66-68, BSBI, British Museum, London.

Bailey, J.P., (1989)  Cytology and Breeding behaviour of giant alien Polygonum species in Britain. PhD Thesis University of Leicester.

Bailey, J.P. (1990) Breeding behaviour and seed production in alien Giant Knotweed in the British Isles.  110-130  In The Biology of Invasive Plants; a BES Industrial Ecology Group Symposium, Richards Moorehead & Laing, Ruthin.

Bailey, J.P. (1992) The Haringey Knotweed. Urban Nature Magazine 1 : 50-51.

Bailey, J.P. (1994) The reproductive biology and fertility of Fallopia japonica (Japanese Knotweed) and its hybrids in the British Isles. In; Waal,L.C. de, Child, L.E., Wade P.M. and Brock, J.H. (eds). Ecology and management of invasive riparian plants, 141-158. John Wiley and Sons. Chichester .

Bailey, J.P. (1999) The Japanese Knotweed invasion of Europe; the potential for further evolution in non-native regions. In: Yano, E., Matsuo, K., Syiyomi, M. and Andow, D.A. (Eds.), Biological Invasions of Ecosystem by Pests and Beneficial Organisms. National Institute of Agro-Environmental Sciences, Tsukuba, Japan, pp. 27-37.

Bailey, J.P. (2001) Fallopia x conollyana The Railway-yard Knotweed. Watsonia 23:539-541.

Bailey, J.P. (Submitted) Japanese Knotweed s.l. at home and abroad.

Bailey, J.P. Child, L.E. & Conolly, A.P. (1996) A survey of the distribution of Fallopia x bohemica (Chrtek & Chrtkova) J.Bailey (Polygonaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia 21: 187-198.

Bailey, J.P., Child, L. E. & Wade, M. (1995).  Assessment of the genetic variation and spread of British populations of Fallopia japonica and its hybrid Fallopia x bohemica.  In: Plant Invasions - General Aspects and Special Problems, 141-150, ed. Pysek, P., Prach, K., Rejmánek M. & Wade, M. SPB Academic Publishing, Amsterdam.

Bailey, J.P. & Conolly, A.P.,(1984).  A putative Reynoutria x Fallopia hybrid from Wales. Watsonia 15:162-163.

Bailey, J.P. & Conolly, A.P.(1985) Chromosome numbers of some alien Reynoutria species in the British Isles. Watsonia 15: 270-271.

Bailey, J.P. & Conolly, A.P. (1991). Alien species of Polygonum and Reynoutria in Cornwall 1989-1990. Botanical Cornwall Newsletter, 5: 33-46

Bailey, J.P. & Conolly, A.P. (2000). Prize-Winners to Pariahs - a History of Japanese Knotweed s.l. (Polygonaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia, 23: 93-110

Bailey, J.P. & Stace, C.A. (1992). Chromosome number, morphology, pairing, and DNA values of species and hybrids in the genus Fallopia (Polygonaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 180: 29-52.

Beerling, D.J., Bailey, J.P. & Conolly, A.P. (1994). Biological Flora of the British Isles No.183   Fallopia japonica. J. Ecol. 82 (4): 959-979

Beerling, D.J., Huntley, B.  & Bailey, J.P. (1995). Climate and distribution of  Fallopia japonica:  use of an introduced species to test the predictive capacity of response surfaces. Journal of Vegetation Science 6: 269-282

Hart, M.L., Bailey, J.P., Hollingsworth, P.M. & Watson, K.J. (1997). Sterile species and fertile hybrids of Japanese Knotweeds along the river Kelvin. Glasgow Naturalist 23: 18-22.

Hollingsworth, M. L., Hollingsworth, P. M. Jenkins, G. I. Bailey, J. P. & C. Ferris (1998).  The use of molecular markers to study patterns of genotypic diversity in some invasive alien Fallopia sp. (Polygonaceae). Molecular Ecology 7: 1681-1691.

Hollingsworth M. L., Bailey J. P.,  Hollingsworth P. M. and Ferris C. (1999).  Chloroplast DNA variation and hybridisation between invasive populations of Japanese Knotweed and Giant Knotweed (Fallopia, Polygonaceae). Bot. J. Lin. Soc 129: 139-154.

M. L. Hollingsworth, J. P. Bailey, (2000). Hybridisation and clonal diversity in some introduced Fallopia species. Watsonia, 23: 111-121

M. L. Hollingsworth, J. P. Bailey, (2000). Evidence for massive clonal growth in the invasive weed Fallopia japonica (Japanese Knotweed)133:463-472. Bot. J. Linn Soc

Pashley, C.H., Bailey, J.P. & Ferris, C. (Submitted).  Further evidence of the role of Dolgellau in the production and dispersal of Japanese Knotweed s.l.

Bailey, J.P. & Schnitzler, A. (2003). La renouée  du Japon dangereus  conquête de l’Ouest. La Recherche No 364: 50-54.

Bailey, J.P. & Spencer, M. (2003). New records for Fallopia x conollyana: is it truly such a rarity? Watsonia, 24: 452-453.

Bailey, J.P. (2005) The history of Japanese Knotweed. Ecos 24:55-62

Bailey, J.P.  & Wisskirchen, R. (2006): The distribution and origins of Fallopia x bohemica (Polygonaceae) in Europe. Nord. J. Bot. 24:173-200

Bailey, J.P. (2007).  The threat posed to riparian habitats by Japanese Knotweed s.l. In Floodplain protection,  restoration, management – Why and How?  eds Trémolières, M. & Schnitzler, A.  Editions Tec & Doc, Paris.

Bailey, J.P., Bímová, K. and · Mandák, B. (2007) The potential role of polyploidy and hybridisation in the further evolution of the highly invasive Fallopia taxa in Europe. Ecological Research 22: 920-928

Pashley, C. H., Bailey, J.P. & Ferris, C.  (2007) Clonal diversity in British populations of the alien invasive Giant Knotweed, Fallopia sachalinensis (F. Schmidt) Ronse Decraene, in the context of European and Japanese plants. Watsonia 26: 359-371

Schnitzler, A., Bailey, J. and Hansen, C.N.  (2007). Genotypic and phenotypic variation in a Fallopia x bohemica population in north-eastern France. In: Tokarska-Guzik, B., Brock, J.H., Brundu, G., Child, L., Daehler, C.C. & Pyšek, P. Plant Invasions: Human perception, ecological impacts and management, pp. 133-144. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands

Tiébré, M-S, Bizoux, J-P., Hardy, OJ, Bailey, JP,  and Mahy, G. (2007). Hybridisation and morphogenetic variation in the invasive alien Fallopia (Polygonaceae) Complex in Belgium (Western Europe). American Journal of Botany, 94(11):1900-1910.

Schnitzler, A. & Bailey, J. (2008). Polymorphisme génétique et plasticité phénotypique deux atouts pour la dispersion des Renouées Asiatiques? Rev. Écol. 63: 209-217

Richards, C.L., Walls, R.L., Bailey, J.P., Parameswaran, R., George, T. and Pigliucci, M. (2008). Plasticity in salt tolerance traits allows for invasion of novel habitat by Japanese Knotweed s.l. (Fallopia japonica and F. x bohemica, Polygonaceae). Am.J.Bot 95(8): 931-942 numbers in Sorbus L. (Rosaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia, 27:69-72

Ayres, DR, Grotkopp, EK,  Zaremba , K, Sloop, CM, Blum, MJ, Bailey, JP, 4 Anttila, CK and Strong DR.  (2008).  Mechanisms and consequences of Spartina species (Poaceae) hybridisation and evolution. Am.J.Bot. 95(6): 713-719

Bailey, J.P., Bímová, K. and · Mandák, B. (2008) Asexual spread versus sexual reproduction and evolution in Japanese Knotweed s.l. - the “Battle of the Clones?  Biological Invasions, DOI 10.1007/s10530-008-9381-4 

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