Mohiley A, Tielbörger K, Seifan M and Gruntman M (2020) The role of biotic interactions in determining metal hyperaccumulation in plants. Functional Ecology, 343, 658-668.
Gruntman M, Segev U and Tielbörger K (2019) Shade-induced plasticity in invasive Impatiens glandulifera populations. Weed Research 60, 16-25.
Gruntman M, Groß D, Májeková M and Tielbörger K (2017) Decision-making in plants under competition. Nature communications 8, 2235.
Gruntman M, Segev U, Glauser G and Tielbörger K (2017) Evolution of plant defences along an invasion chronosequence: defence is lost due to enemy release- but not forever. Journal of Ecology, 105, 255–264.
Gruntman M, Anders C, Mohiley A, Laaser T, Clemens S, Höreth S and Tielbörger K (2017) Clonal integration and heavy-metal stress: responses of plants with contrasting evolutionary backgrounds. Evolutionary Ecology, 31, 305–316.
Gruntman M, Zieger S and Tielbörger K. (2016) Invasive success and the evolution of enhanced weaponry. Oikos: 125:59-65.
Joshi S, Gruntman M*, Bilton M, Seifan M and Tielbörger K. (2014) A comprehensive test of evolutionarily increased competitive ability in a highly invasive plant species. Annals of Botany, 114: 1761-1768.
Gruntman M, Pehl AK, Joshi S and Tielbörger K (2014) Competitive dominance of the invasive plant Impatiens glandulifera: using competitive effect and response with a vigorous neighbor. Biological Invasions 16: 141-151.
Gruntman M and Novoplansky A (2011) Ontogenetic contingency of tolerance mechanisms in response to apical damage. Annals of Botany 108: 965-73.
Gruntman M, Shirata C and Novoplansky A (2011) Plasticity in apical dominance and damage tolerance under variable resource availability in Medicago truncatula. Plant Ecology, 212: 1537-1548.
Gruntman M and Novoplansky A (2011) Implications of local-scale productivity on compensatory growth in a semi-arid shrubland. Journal of Arid Environments, 75: 279-283.
Gruntman M and Novoplansky A (2004) Physiologically-mediated self/nonself discrimination in roots. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 101: 3863-3867.