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Naturalization of Amelanchier species from North America in a secondary habitat
  • A. Kuklina
  • Biology
  • Russian Journal of Biological Invasions
  • 1 October 2011
The results of a study of the Amelanchier Medik show species naturalized in a secondary habitat are presented, and a reasoned warning concerning the limited use of A. spicata in forest plantations is made. Expand
Molecular Genetic Study of Invasive Shadberry Species (Amelanchier Medik.)
Genealogic relations between ITS1-2 haplotypes of the invasive A. spicata species have been traced, resulting in the conclusion that its formation was connected with hybridization between A. humilis and A. alnifolia; a hypothetical area of origin of its initial forms in North America has been established. Expand
Differences Between Aronia Medik. Taxa on the Morphological and Biochemical Characters
It is suggested that naturalizing plants of Aronia have a potential source of useful bioactive compounds, as plants in a comfortable culture environment accumulate fewer biologically active substances than during forced adaptation to unfavorable ecological conditions. Expand
The dynamics of clonal dispersal and regenerative activity of Veronica filiformis J.E. Smith
The high speed of expansion of the secondary distribution range, the displacement of native species, and the direct damage to lawns caused by this plant allow for the assignment of an invasive species status to V. filiformis and justify the control over the dispersal of this species. Expand
Comparative floral and pollen morphology of some invasive and native impatiens species
To evaluate the hypothesis of competitive superiority of invasive species, we compared the invasive Impatiens parviflora DC. and I. Glandulifera royle, the naturalized I. Nevskii pobed. and theExpand
About Flowering Biology of Alien Species: 3. Caragana arborescens Lam. and C. laeta Kom.
Micromorphological characters of flowers at different stages of development for typical plants and two cultivars and a number of features in which C. arborescens has a competitive superiority over closely related taxa are revealed. Expand