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Ecology of invasive plants: state of the art.

@inproceedings{Rejmnek2005EcologyOI,
  title={Ecology of invasive plants: state of the art.},
  author={M. Rejm{\'a}nek and David M. Richardson and S. I. Higgins and M. J. Pitcairn and E. Grotkopp and H. Mooney and R. Mack and J. A. McNeely and L. E. Neville and P. Schei and J. K. Waage},
  year={2005}
}
  • M. Rejmánek, David M. Richardson, +8 authors J. K. Waage
  • Published 2005
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