Quantity of radiating energy (in gray) absorbed per unit of mass of a specified target [ISPM No. 18, 2003]
Means a risk level judged by each Member Country to be compatible with the protection of animal and public health within its territory.
Means a risk level judged by Member Countries to be compatible with the protection of public health, aquatic animal health and terrestrial animal health within their countries.
An Introduction of an aquatic organism, including "fellow travellers", by chance, not by design. …
Synonyms :unintentional introduction
A statement that is required by an importing country to be entered on a Phytosanitary Certificate and which provides specific additional information on a consignment in relation to regulated pests [FAO, 1990; revised ICPM, 2005]
An organism, inclusive of parts, gametes or propagules that may survive and subsequently reproduce, occurring outside of its known or consensual range (as documented in scientific publications).
Synonyms :adventive; allochthonous; colonist; exotic; foreign; immigrant; introduced; invader; invasive; neozoan; neozoon; non-indigenous; non-native; translocated
|alien invasive species|
alien species which becomes established in natural or semi-natural ecosystems or habitat, is an agent of change, and threatens native biological diversity.
Plant taxa in a given area … whose presence there is due to intentional or unintentional human involvement, or which have arrived there without the help of people from an area in which they are alien ...
Synonyms :exotic plants; introduced plants; non-indigenous plants; non-native plants
Plant taxa in a given area whose presence there is due to intentional or accidental introduction as a result of human activity.
Synonyms :exotic plants; nonindigenous plants; non-native plants
With respect to a particular ecosystem, any species, including its seeds, eggs, spores, or other biological material capable of propagating that species, that is not native to that ecosystem.