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Invasive, naturalized and casual alien plants in southern Africa: a sum- mary based on the Southern African Plant Invaders Atlas (SAPIA)
The primary objective of this publication is to provide an overview of the species identity, invasion status, geographical extent, and abundance of alien plants in South Africa, Swaziland andExpand
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Comparisons of invasive plants in southern Africa originating from southern temperate, northern temperate and tropical regions.
A subset of invasive alien plant species in southern Africa was analysed in terms of their history of introduction, rate of spread, countries/region of origin, taxonomy, growth forms, cultivatedExpand
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From Affirmative Action to Diversity: Toward a Critical Diversity Perspective
This article provides an overview of changes in the discourse about inclusion as it has evolved from debates about affirmative action to various notions of diversity. The article seeks movement awayExpand
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Size structure analysis of the dominant trees in a South African savanna.
The population dynamics of six major tree species from the Nylsvley savanna were inferred from their present size structures. An attempt to determine age structure was prevented by confusing ‘growth’Expand
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Invasive alien woody plants of the southern and southwestern Cape region, South Africa
The frequency and abundance of invasive alien plants were recorded along roadsides and at watercourse crossings in 82.9% (145/175) of the quarter degree squares in the study area (3I-35°S, 17-25°EExpand
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The Initiation of a Biological Control Programme Against Pompom Weed, Campuloclinium macrocephalum (Less.) DC. (Asteraceae), in South Africa
Pompom weed, Campuloclinium macrocephalum (Less.) DC. (Asteraceae), is a South American invasive plant that was first recorded in South Africa in the early 1960s. In the 1980s, C. macrocephalumExpand
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Invasive alien woody plants of Natal and the north-eastern Orange Free State
The frequency and abundance of invasive alien woody plants were recorded along roadsides and at watercourse crossings in 87% (152/175) of the quarter degree squares in the study area. The surveyExpand
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Diversity in Organizations: A Critical Examination
1. Introduction 2. The Critical Diversity Perspective 3. Does Diversity Pay? Beyond the Business Case for Diversity 4. Achieving Workplace Diversity 5. Training for Business Success: How DiversityExpand
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