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Autor(i)/Author(s): Yulia Vinogradova, Alla Kuklina

Pôvodný názov/Original Title: Poleznye svojstva invazionnych rastenij

Preklad názvu/Alternative Title: Useful Properties of Invasive Plants

Podnázov/Sub-Title: Publication for Specialized Courses of the International Project FarmersEduca Neglected and Underutilized Species in the Socio-Economic Rural Development

Typ dokumentu/Document Type: Textbooks

ISBN: 978-80-552-1857-1


Vydavateľ/Publisher: Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra

Rok/PY: 2018

Publikované online/Published on-line: 2018-07-10

Jazyk/Language: rus, eng

Abstrakt/Abstract: Over the last 200 years, the flora in many countries has become so transformed that sometimes alien naturalized species make up almost half of the region's flora. The increase in abundance and widespread distribution of alien species is associated with a significant increase in trade and transport traffic and, presumably, with climate changes. The most aggressive non-native species belong to a special group - "invasive plants", which produce large numbers of diaspores, and therefore have the potential for rapid expansion of the secondary distribution range. They invade aggressively into the natural communities, while displacing native species, changing the ecosystem over a large territory. The book provides information on the secondary range and invasive status for each of 40 species. The data on their using as the resources of food, honey, vitamin, medicinal, essential oil, cosmetology, fodder, tanning, dyeing, technical (wood), decorative, phyto-recultivation, bio-energetic, bio-pesticides resources are given.

Kľúčové slová/Keywords: invasive plants, useful properties

Práva/Rights: Access limited to members, or on-demand only. Right holder :: Institute of Biodiversity Conservation and Biosafety, Slovak University of Agricutlure in Nitra, Slovakia
Contact for full-text requirement: doc. Ing. Ján Brindza, CSc. :: IBCB Head ::

Project was Supported by the Visegrad Fund from Visegrad Grant No. 21640443 (2017-2018)

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