Poa annua L. in the maritime Antarctic: an overview

@article{Chwedorzewska2014PoaAL,
  title={Poa annua L. in the maritime Antarctic: an overview},
  author={K. Chwedorzewska and I. Giełwanowska and M. Olech and M. Molina-Montenegro and M. W{\'o}dkiewicz and H. Galera},
  journal={Polar Record},
  year={2014},
  volume={51},
  pages={637 - 643}
}
ABSTRACT Poa annua is the only flowering plant species that has established a breeding population in the maritime Antarctic, through repeated anthropogenic introduction. The first appearance of this species in the Antarctic was observed in 1953. Annual bluegrass inhabits mainly anthropogenic sites, but recently has entered tundra communities. The functioning of P. annua in the Antarctic could not have been possible without adaptations that enable the plants to persist in the specific climatic… Expand
First step to eradication of Poa annua L. from Point Thomas Oasis (King George Island, South Shetlands, Antarctica)
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