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54.1 The Scale of Ecology
This chapter talks about ecol ogy.
Chapter 55 is about this topic.
There are two subdisciplines.
There is a reason for the success of such species.
We will look at the effect of inva on native species in Chapter 59.
Callaway enemies are mostly insects that occur in the country of origin and Aschehoug collected seeds of three native Montana grasses in the new locale to test their hypothesis.
Plants from Eurasia were secreting allelochemicals from their roots to out compete native Montana grasses.
Three months after sowing seeds, the C. diffusa reduces the harvest of plants.
Three months have passed since grasses native to Eurasia were introduced.
At the top of each graph.
The growth of native plants in the U.S. is hampered by the allelochemicals produced by Centaurea diffusa.
Plants that are not native to the area versus plants that are new to the area.
The experiments were repeated with grasses.
Briefly describe the evidence collected to support the outcompetes Montana grasses.
The chemicals that C. diffusa and native grasses release can be attributed to what else could have been measured.
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