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An introduced species is a species living outside its native distributional range, which has .... The biological definition of invasive species, on the other hand, makes no reference to the harm they may cause, only to the fact that they spread  ...

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An introduced species (also known as an exotic species) is an organism that is not native to the place or area where it is considered introduced and instead has  ...

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Aug 26, 2015 ... A Look at Introduced Species. Introduced species, also called alien species, are those that have been moved by humans to an environment ...

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Definition of Introduced Species – Our online dictionary has Introduced Species information from Environmental Encyclopedia dictionary. Encyclopedia.com: ...

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May 24, 2016 ... Invasive species can be plants, animals, and other organisms (e.g., microbes). Human actions are the primary means of invasive species ...

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Mar 24, 2011 ... Encyclopedic entry. An invasive species is an organism that is not indigenous, or native, to a particular area. Invasive species can cause great ...

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Oct 3, 2005 ... Home » Humoral immune response » Inhibitory postsynaptic potential » Imbibition » Intermediate filaments » Introduced Species. A species ...

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The strawberry guava tree, introduced in Hawai'i in the early 19th century, has become an invasive species in Hawaiian forests. The strawberry guava crowds ...

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introduced-species definition: Noun (plural introduced species) 1. (ecology) A species living outside its native distributional range....