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What makes a transgenic plant an invasive alien? - Genetically modified sugar beet and their potential impact on populations of the wild beet Beta vulgaris subspec maritima arcang



What makes a transgenic plant an invasive alien? - Genetically modified sugar beet and their potential impact on populations of the wild beet Beta vulgaris subspec maritima arcang



Starfinger, U , Edwards, K , Kowarik, I , Williamson, M Plant invasions: Ecological mechanisms and human responses 235-243




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