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Will climate change increase hybridization risk between potential plant invaders and their congeners in Europe?

Aim: Interspecific hybridization can promote invasiveness of alien species. In many regions of the world, public and domestic gardens contain a huge pool of non-native plants. Climate change may relax constraints on their naturalization and hence facilitate hybridization with related species in... Full description

1st Person: Klonner, Gunther verfasserin
Additional Persons: Dullinger, Iwona verfasserin; Wessely, Johannes verfasserin; Bossdorf, Oliver verfasserin; Carboni, Marta verfasserin; Dawson, Wayne verfasserin; Essl, Franz verfasserin; Gattringer, Andreas verfasserin; Haeuser, Emily verfasserin; van Kleunen, Mark verfasserin; Kreft, Holger verfasserin; Moser, Dietmar verfasserin; Pergl, Jan verfasserin; Pyšek, Petr verfasserin; Thuiller, Wilfried verfasserin; Weigelt, Patrick verfasserin; Winter, Marten verfasserin; Dullinger, Stefan verfasserin
Source: in Diversity and Distributions Vol. 23, No. 7/8 (2017), p. 934-943
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2017
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