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Invasive Plants : Ecological And Agricultural Aspects

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In search of an operational lexicon for biological invasions.- Ecological aspects.- The ecology of biological invasions: past, present and future.- Ecological niche models and the geography of biological invasions: a review and a novel application.- Importance of species replication in understanding plant invasions into North American grasslands.- Residence time determines the distribution of alien plants.- The relationship between community diversity and exotic plants: cause or consequence of invasion?.- Invasive plants: the process within wetland ecosystems.- Understanding invasions: the rise and fall of diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa) in North America.- Defining a regional approach for invasive plant research and management.- Allelopathy as a mechanism for resisting invasion: the case of Polygonella myriophylla.- Agricultural aspects.- Ecology and management of an exotic weed Phalaris minor.- Reducing agroecosystem vulnerability to weed invasion.- Tillage intensity affects weed communities in agroecosystems.- Distribution and biological control of Chromolaena odorata.- Biology and anthropology of plant invasions.- Characteristics, significance, and human dimension of global invasive weeds.- Environmental consequences and economic costs of alien species.
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