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Decisions on how to deal with newly detected alien plant incursions need to be made against a background of uncertainty, initially with respect to the weed risk posed. Then, should a high risk be indicated there will be further uncertainty regarding how best to manage it. If a coordinated...

Author(s)
Panetta, F. D.
Publisher
Weeds Society of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
Citation
20th Australasian Weeds Conference, Perth, Western Australia, 11-15 September 2016, 2016, pp 183-189
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Intensive trade, transport and travel activities across different geographic regions are prime source of introduction and spread of alien plant species. The role of roadsides in the long distance transport and spread of alien plants has been well explored whereas, railways are less considered in...

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Özaslan, C.; Farooq, S.; Onen, H.
Publisher
University of Montenegro, Podgorica, Montenegro
Citation
Agriculture and Forestry, 2016, 62, 3, pp 285-298
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Parthenium hysterophorus L. is non-native invasive plant species belongs to the family Asteraceae. Currently it is a notorious weed in Ethiopia. Socio-economic impacts as well as the local people's perception towards P. hysterophorus are poorly understood. Thus, the aim of this study was to...

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Niguse Hundessa; Kifle Belachew
Publisher
IJARIT Research Foundation, Moulvibazar, Bangladesh
Citation
International Journal of Agricultural Research, Innovation and Technology, 2016, 6, 2, pp 5-11
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Schistosomiasis is one of the most prevalent parasitic diseases impacting human health in the tropics and sub-tropics. The geographic distribution of Schistosoma mansoni, the most widespread species, includes areas in Africa, the Middle East, South America and the Caribbean. Snails of the genus ...

Author(s)
Habib, M. R.; Guo YunHai; Lv Shan; Gu WenBiao; Li XiaoHeng; Zhou XiaoNong
Publisher
Global Network of Geospatial Health, Naples, Italy
Citation
Geospatial Health, 2016, 11, 3, pp 375-383
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Aim of the study: Biological invasions are one of the most important areas of forest research. In this study, we revealed invasibility of fire-damaged forests at the southern boundary of the taiga zone. Area of study: The Mordovia State Nature Reserve (Central Russia). Material and Methods:...

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Khapugin, A. A.; Vargot, E. V.; Chugunov, G. G.; Shugaev, N. I.
Publisher
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias (INIA), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Forest Systems, 2016, 25, 3, pp eSC13
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Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra L.; native in North America) is regarded as an invasive species in Central Europe, where it is the most common non-indigenous broad-leafed tree species in forestry. The species' impact on native ecosystems and thus its future management are discussed...

Author(s)
Bieberich, J.; Lauerer, M.; Aas, G.
Publisher
Forest Research and Management Institute (ICAS), Ilfov, Romania
Citation
Annals of Forest Research, 2016, 59, 2, pp 249-258
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The Chatham Islands possess several endemic vertebrate, invertebrate and plant species and are free of many pests found on mainland New Zealand. Keeping out unwanted organisms that may threaten the agricultural sector on the islands is important for the local economy. Research found that soil...

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McNeill, M. R.; Dowsett, C. A.; Aalders, L. T.; James, T. K.; Bradbury, P. M.; Palmer, S. R.
Publisher
New Zealand Plant Protection Society, Hastings, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Plant Protection, 2015, 68, pp 54-65
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This manual contains detailed biological descriptions of the major characteristics of some weed species found in Trinidad, including Axonopus compressus, Brachiaria mutica [Urochloa mutica], Commelina diffusa, Cyperus rotundus, Echinochloa colonum [E. colona], Eleusine indica, Parthenium...

Author(s)
Bridgemohan, P.; Singh, K.; Lewis, R.
Publisher
The University of Trinidad and Tobago, Carapichaima, Trinidad and Tobago
Citation
Biology and management of invasive terrestrial weed species of Trinidad, 2015, pp i + 66 pp.
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This proceedings contains abstracts of papers and posters presented in the following sessions: (i) New management approaches (including preventive, cultural and non-chemical weed management), (iia) Chemical weed management (including new products and techniques, herbicide-resistant weeds,...

Publisher
Association Française de Protection des Plantes (AFPP), Alfortville, France
Citation
17th EWRS Symposium, Weed Management in Changing Environments, 23-26 June 2015, Montpellier, France, 2015, pp 272 pp.
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The invasive species is of global importance. It is recognized as one of the leading threats to biodiversity and imposes tremendous costs on agriculture, fisheries, wetlands, forestry, natural areas, and other human enterprises, including human health. The nature and distribution of invasive ...

Author(s)
Bhowmik, P. C.
Publisher
Crop and Weed Science Society, West Bengal, India
Citation
Journal of Crop and Weed, 2014, 10, 2, pp 345-349

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