DNA barcoding of invasive plants in China: A resource for identifying invasive plants

@article{Xu2018DNABO,
  title={DNA barcoding of invasive plants in China: A resource for identifying invasive plants},
  author={Song-Zhi Xu and Zhen-yu Li and Xiao-Hua Jin},
  journal={Molecular Ecology Resources},
  year={2018},
  volume={18},
  pages={128 - 136}
}
Invasive plants have aroused attention globally for causing ecological damage and having a negative impact on the economy and human health. However, it can be extremely challenging to rapidly and accurately identify invasive plants based on morphology because they are an assemblage of many different families and many plant materials lack sufficient diagnostic characteristics during border inspections. It is therefore urgent to evaluate candidate loci and build a reliable genetic library to… Expand
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