Són les plantes invasores més tòxiques que les natives?

Translated title of the contribution: Are Invasive Plants More Toxic than Native Ones?

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Exotic plants can strongly affect the composition, structure and functioning of the invaded ecosystems and it seems that they are able to change their own chemical composition and toxicity. To determine whether these changes actually take place, the Chemical Ecology and Toxicology group at the UAB analysed the concentration of certain molecules of the Senecio pterophorus shrub toxic to vertebrates and invertebrates in plants collected in their native environment and in three non-native environments.
Translated title of the contributionAre Invasive Plants More Toxic than Native Ones?
Original languageCatalan
JournalUAB Divulga
Publication statusPublished - 2015


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