Evolutionary and ecological influences of plant invader success in the flora of Ontario

Universite Laval
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Ecoscience, 2006, 13 (3), pp. 388 - 395
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It is not clear why some species are able to naturalize and spread in a new region while so many other species are not. Several general properties have been reported for successful non-indigenous plant species (NIPS). These include presence of a lag time
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