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outdated techniques and limited resources. Introduction of exotic specialty cut species is one of the best options for small-scale farming businesses, but producers are reluctant to grow new species because of the lack of sufficient information about their

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101 WORKSHOP 13 (Abstr. 669–674) Long-term Recovery Dynamics of Perennial Species Following Tropical Cyclone Damage

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, miscellaneous hardwood/hemlock ( Tsuga sp.) communities, and freshwater intertidal mudflats. Each site has a rich history of introduced exotic plant species in the manicured landscape and exotic crops for agricultural and silvicultural purposes. History of

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species is native or exotic (nonnative) to a continent or specific area of actual or potential invasion. Additional bias(es) may result from implicating spread explicitly based on human-mediated factors and removing humans from species consideration in

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included Florida in its natural range at the time of European contact (1500 ce ) as defined by the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council (2007) . An exotic species is defined as a species introduced to Florida, purposefully or accidentally, from a natural

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each other that allows for gene exchange) of native/exotic species allowing for intraspecific (within) and interspecific (among species) hybridization [hybridization-invasion hypothesis ( Gaskin, 2017 )] and the involvement of horticulture and agronomy

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et al., 2016) such as reed canarygrass and used within the context of biological invasions and climate change ( Chown et al., 2014 ). DNA-based approaches are necessary, particularly in species where exotic and native forms are morphologically

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” or “exotic” are sometimes used synonymously by the layperson, and there is disagreement within academia in defining an invasive species and the difference in invasive plants vs. weeds ( Davis and Thompson, 2001 ; Perrins et al., 1992 ). Many authors

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consisted of one native and two exotic invasive species. Smooth beggartick, a native plant species, was collected nine times with two plants having infested roots. This is a relatively small sampling number, so these results need to be verified using a

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to identify genotypes of native and exotic species of palms for which their reliable use could be extended to more northern locations in U.S. landscapes. Factors affecting cold tolerance Many factors can influence cold hardiness in palms ( Ingram and

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