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Aims Invasion resistance in experimental plant communities is known to increase with increasing diversity and further to depend on the presence of particular functional groups. To test whether these effects also hold true for the invader establishment phase beyond the seedling stage, we studied survival and performance of Centaurea jacea L. (brown knapweed) planted into experimental grassland communities of varying plant biodiversity over three consecutive years. Moreover, we analysed the roledoi:10.1093/jpe/rtp036 fatcat:qmzbswkfazgc7hmgtg6wmk3tau