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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...

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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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Salvia verbenaca L., wild sage (Lamiaceae) is native to western and southern Europe. In Australia S. verbenaca is considered an environmental weed with high invasiveness often growing on disturbed sites: tracks, roadsides and around earth tanks. Little is known about the ecology of this invasive...

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Fisher, R. L.; Florentine, S. K.; Westbrooke, M. E.
Publisher
Weeds Society of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
Citation
20th Australasian Weeds Conference, Perth, Western Australia, 11-15 September 2016, 2016, pp 329-331
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A 7-year-old, 10 kg male poodle dog was presented at the Small Animal Teaching Hospital, with the clinical signs of chronic coughing, bad deglutition and severe respiratory distress. On oral examination, a large mass arisen from the throat was found. Because the skull-cervical radiographs revealed...

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Ploypetch, S.; Choisunirachon, N.; Kalpravidh, C.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 2016, 46, 2, pp 331-336
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A field study was conducted to investigate the floristic composition and phytosociology of the Hazar Nao hills, District Malakand, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. For study purpose the whole area was divided into 5 Zones. In each Zone 25 sites were selected randomly. Data were recorded from May-September,...

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Umar Zeb; Haroon Khan; Bakhtiar Gul; Khan, W. M.
Publisher
Weed Science Society of Pakistan, Department of Weed Science, Peshawar, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Weed Science Research, 2016, 22, 2, pp 295-315
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The global warming and human activities are major drivers that plant invasions are increasing in mountain systems. Chenopodium ambrosioides L., one of the aromatic herbaceous species of the Chenopodium genus, native to tropical America, has become major invasive plant in China, and will gradually...

Author(s)
Ade LuJi; He Bing; Wang ChangTing; Hu Lei; Zi HongBiao
Publisher
Editorial Department of Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Chengdu, China
Citation
Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2015, 28, 2, pp 815-821
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Ashleaf Maple (Acer negundo L.) was first introduced in Latvia and Lithuania at the beginning of the 19th century. It is the most widely distributed alien maple species to be found in the parks and greeneries of Riga and Kaunas. In recent decades, the spread and invasion of this species has been...

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Straigytė, L.; Cekstere, G.; Laivins, M.; Marozas, V.
Publisher
Institute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kórnik, Poland
Citation
Dendrobiology, 2015, 74, pp 157-168
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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...

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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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The invasive weed species have been found among the most important threats to the native vegetation during recent times. The recent climate changes, particularly the increasing atmospheric CO2 levels are supposed to enhance the growth of invasive weed species. We evaluated the effect of ambient...

Author(s)
Jabran, K.; Doğan, M. N.; Eren, Ö.
Publisher
University of Montenegro, Podgorica, Montenegro
Citation
Agriculture and Forestry, 2015, 61, 1, pp 107-112
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In this paper are presented basical ecological and silvicultural characteristics of paulownia (Paulownia tomentosa) while providing an overview of research conducted in Europe and the United States, about its habitat requirements, the growth dynamics, the possibilities of cultivation, as well as...

Author(s)
Višnjić, Ć.
Publisher
Udruženje Šumarskih inženjera i Tehničara Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine -UŠIT FBiH & Hrvatsko Šumarsko Društvo - HŠD Mostar, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Citation
Naše Šume, 2015, 14, 40/41, pp 23-28
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As of February 2014, the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA: http://www.ala.org.au) had approximately 45 million records of over 111 thousand native and alien species, 400+ 'environmental layers', approximately 39 million pages of biological literature, 40 thousand species images and other integrated...

Author(s)
Belbin, L.; McGeoch, M.
Publisher
Tasmanian Weed Society, Hobart, Australia
Citation
19th Australasian Weeds Conference, "Science, Community and Food Security: the Weed Challenge", Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 1-4 September 2014, 2014, pp 356-359

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