BioOne VISTA

September 2022 | Plant Sciences

Invasive species can be detrimental to ecosystems. Invasive plant species can change native plant communities, prevent forest regeneration, and even change the soil chemistry of an area. Understanding how non-native and invasive plants impact habitats around the world is an important step in combating the problems they present. To that end, we’re focusing this month’s collection on research in BioOne Complete about invasive and non-native plant species.

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The September 2022 edition of BioOne VISTA features articles in plant sciences from Adansonia, The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, Haseltonia, Invasive Plant Science and Management, Madroño, and more.
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A patch of canadian goldenrod solidago canadensis
Balsam Woolly Adelgid
Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii)
Cheat Grass

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