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Silvertown, Jonathan (2009). An orchard invisible. A natural history of seeds. Chicago, USA & London, UK: Chicago University Press.

Silvertown, Jonathan (2005). Demons in Eden: the paradox of plant diversity. Chicago, USA: Chicago University Press.

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Araya, Y. N.; Silvertown, J.; Linder, H. P; Gowing, D. J.; Midgley, G. F. and McConway, K. J. (2008). Evolution of hydrological niches in Restionaceae: a project update. In: Mucina, L.; Kalwij, J. M.; Smith, V. R.; Chytry, M.; White, P. S.; Cilliers, S. S.; Pillar, V. D.; Zobel, M. and Sun, I-Fang eds. Frontiers of Vegetation Science - An evolutionary angle. Somerset West: Keith Phillips Images, pp. 15–16.

Tilman, D.; Dodd, M. E.; Silvertown, J.; Poulton, P. R.; Johnston, A. E. and Crawley, M. J. (1994). The park grass experiment - insights from the most long-term ecological study. In: Leigh, R. A. and Johnston, A. E. eds. Long-term Experiments in Agricultural and Ecological Science. Wallingford, Oxon., UK: CAB International, pp. 287–303.

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Guo, Danni; Midgley, Guy F.; Araya, Yoseph N.; Silvertown, Jonathan and Musil, Charles F. (2016). Climate Change Impacts on Hydrological Niches of Restionaceae Species in Jonkershoek, South Africa. Journal of Water Resource & Hydraulic Engineering, 5(1) pp. 20–28.

Worthington, Jenny; Silvertown, Jonathan; Cook, Laurence; Cameron, Robert; Dodd, Mike; Greenwood, Richard; McConway, Kevin and Skelton, Peter (2012). Evolution MegaLab: a case study in citizen science methods. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 3(2) pp. 303–309.

Silvertown, Jonathan; Cook, Laurence; Cameron, Robert; Dodd, Michael; McConway, Kevin; Worthington, Jennifer; Skelton, Peter; Anton, Christian; Bossdorf, Oliver; Baur, Bruno; Schilthuizen, Menno; Fontaine, Benoît; Sattmann, Helmut; Bertorelle, Giorgio; Correira, Maria; Oliveira, Cristina; Pokryszko, Beata; Ozgo, Malgorzata; Stalažs, Arturs; Gill, Eoin; Rammul, Üllar; Sólymos, Péter; Féher, Soltan and Juan, Xavier (2011). Citizen science reveals unexpected continental-scale evolutionary change in a model organism. PLoS ONE, 6(4), article no. e18927.

Silvertown, Jonathan; Tallowin, Jerry; Stevens, Carly; Power, Sally A.; Morgan, Vicky; Emmett, Bridget; Hester, Alison; Grime, Philip J.; Morecroft, Michael; Buxton, Robin; Poulton, Paul; Jinks, Richard and Bardgett, Richard (2010). Environmental myopia: a diagnosis and a remedy. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25(10) pp. 556–561.

Freeland, J. R.; Biss, P.; Conrad, K. F. and Silvertown, J. (2010). Selection pressures have caused genome-wide population differentiation of Anthoxanthum odoratum despite the potential for high gene flow. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23(4) pp. 776–782.

Silvertown, Jonathan (2009). A new dawn for citizen science. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 24(9) pp. 467–471.

Silvertown, Jonathan; Poulton, Paul; Johnston, Edward; Edwards, Grant; Heard, Matthew and Biss, Pamela M. (2006). The Park Grass Experiment 1856 - 2006: Its Contribution to Ecology. Journal of Ecology, 94(4) pp. 801–814.

Silvertown, Jonathan; McConway, Kevin; Gowing, David; Dodd, Mike; Fay, Michael F.; Joseph, Jeffrey A. and Dolphin, Konrad (2006). Absence of phylogenetic signal in the niche structure of meadow plant communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 273(1582) pp. 39–44.

Silvertown, Jonathan; Francisco-Ortega, Javier and Carine, Mark (2005). The monophyly of island radiations: an evaluation of niche pre-emption and some alternative explanations. Journal of Ecology, 93(4) pp. 653–657.

Crawley, M.J.; Johnston, A.E.; Silvertown, J.; Dodd, M.; de Mazancourt, C.; Heard, M.S.; Henman, D.F. and Edwards, G.R. (2005). Determinants of species richness in the Park Grass experiment. American Naturalist, 165(2) pp. 179–192.

Silvertown, Jonathan (2004). Plant coexistence and the niche. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 19(11) pp. 605–611.

Silvertown, Jonathan (2004). Sustainability in a nutshell. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 19(6) pp. 276–278.

Silvertown, Jonathan and Dodd, Mike (1999). Evolution of life history in balsam fir (Abies balsamea) in subalpine forests. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 266(1420) pp. 729–733.

Silvertown, Jonathan and Dodd, Mike (1996). Comparing plants and connecting traits. Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences, 351(1345) pp. 1233–1239.

Wilson, J. Bastow; Wells, Terry C. E.; Trueman, Ian C.; Jones, Grant; Atkinson, M. D.; Crawley, Mick J.; Dodd, Mike E. and Silvertown, Jonathan (1996). Are there assembly rules for plant species abundance? An investigation in relation to soil resources and successional trends. Journal of Ecology, 84(4) pp. 527–538.

Wilson, J. Bastow; Crawley, Mick J.; Dodd, Mike E. and Silvertown, Jonathan (1996). Evidence for constraint on species coexistence in vegetation of the Park Grass experiment. Plant Ecology (Vegetatio), 124(2) pp. 183–190.

Silvertown, Jonathan; Dodd, Mike; McConway, Kevin; Crawley, Mick and Potts, Jaqueline (1995). Species diversity and stability in grassland. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 10(7) pp. 287–288.

Dodd, Mike E.; Silvertown, Jonathan; McConway, Kevin; Potts, Jacqueline and Crawley, Mick (1994). Stability in the plant communities of the Park Grass Experiment: the relationships between species richness, soil pH and biomass variability. Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences, 346(1316) pp. 185–193.

Silvertown, J.; Franco, M. and McConway, K. (1992). A demographic interpretation of Grime's triangle. Functional Ecology, 6(2) pp. 130–136.

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