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The non-native species to the intercontinental regions of Asia (on an example Trans-Baikal territory)

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This article is devoted to the study of the composition, diversity and distribution of non-native plant elements to the intercontinental regions of Asia on an example Trans-Baikal territory. The number of non-native plants in the Trans-Baikal areas is determined by the degree of urbanization, favorable climate and the availability of skidding ways proximal to their vicinity.

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Boikov, T. , Sutkin, A. and Rupyshev, Y. (2014) The non-native species to the intercontinental regions of Asia (on an example Trans-Baikal territory). Natural Science, 6, 31-37. doi: 10.4236/ns.2014.62006.


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