Lankau, R.A. in press. Species invasion alters local adaptation to soil communities in a native plant. Ecology
Lankau, R.A. 2011. Conflicts in maintaining biodiversity at multiple scales. Molecular Ecology 20: 2035-2037.
Oduor, A.M.O., R.A. Lankau, S.Y. Strauss, and J.M. Gomez. Introduced Brassica nigra populations exhibit greater growth and herbivore resistance but less tolerance than native populations in the native range. New Phytologist. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.03685.x
Lankau, R.A. 2009. Genetic variation promotes long-term coexistence of Brassica nigra and its competitors. American Naturalist 174: E40-E53.
Lankau, R.A. and D.J. Kliebenstein. 2009. Competition, herbivory and genetics interact to determine the accumulation and fitness consequences of a defense metabolite. Journal of Ecology 97: 78-88
Rogers, W.E., R. Lankau, and E. Siemann. 2002. Damage induced production of extrafloral nectaries in native and invasive seedlings of Chinese Tallow Trees (Sapium sebiferum) American Midland Naturalist. 149: 413-417.
Nijjer, S., R.A. Lankau, W.E. Rogers and E. Siemann. 2001. Effects of temperature and light on Chinese Tallow (Sapium sebiferum) and Texas Sugarberry (Celtis laevigata) seed germination. Texas Journal of Science 54:63-68
Keay, J., W.E. Rogers, R. Lankau, and E. Siemann. 2000. The role of allelopathy in the invasion of the Chinese Tallow Tree (Sapium sebiferum). Texas Journal of Science 52S: 57-64.