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No consistent association between changes in genetic diversity and adaptive responses of Australian acacias in novel ranges.
Common garden studies comparing trait differences of exotic species between native and introduced ranges rarely incorporate an analysis of genetic variation, but simply infer that trait shifts between ranges are genetically ...
Phylogeographic consequences of different introduction histories of invasive Australian Acacia species and Paraserianthes lophantha (Fabaceae) in South Africa
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2011)
Aim The genetic makeup and evolutionary potential of alien species can be profoundly influenced by their introduction history, but without detailed historical records, it can be difficult to ascertain the strength of ...
A tree well travelled: global genetic structure of the invasive tree Acacia saligna
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2015)
Aim Invasiveness of an introduced species in one region is often used to predict risk and inform management of the same species elsewhere. This assumes that entities in both regions are equivalent in their ecology and ...
Distribution and abundance of invasive Tamarix genotypes in South Africa.
(European Weed Research Society, 2019)
The exotic Tamarix chinensis and T. ramosissima, believed to have been introduced into South Africa in the early 1900s to control erosion on mine dumps, are invading riparian zones and have been proven to hybridise with ...