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Ecological consequences of the introduction and dissemination of new plant species; an analogy with the release of genetically engineered organisms



Ecological consequences of the introduction and dissemination of new plant species; an analogy with the release of genetically engineered organisms



Proceedings of the European workshop on law and genetic engineering, Hamburg, Germany, 14-15 December 1989: 67-71



Columbus' journey to North America initiated a biological process of worldwide significance: it ended to geographical isolation of organisms lacking the means to cross the dividing seas, organisms that had evolved in separate worlds for thousands of years and were integrated in their different ecological systems. Global trade and travel mixed the flora of areas that had been isolated from one another.

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