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Title: Allergenic invasive plant Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Poland : threat and selected aspects of biology
Authors: Tokarska-Guzik, Barbara
Bzdęga, Katarzyna
Koszela, Katarzyna
Żabińska, Izabela
Krzuś, Barbara
Sajan, Małgorzata
Sendek, Agnieszka
Keywords: alien invasive species; distribution; soil seed bank; seed germination; human health; control
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Biodiversity Research and Conservation, Vol. 21 (2011), s. 39-48
Abstract: The study presents the current state of research on Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Poland within its wider scientific background and gives the results of some field and laboratory investigations. This annual plant is characterised by a high level of production of seeds, easily dispersed by different vectors. Ragweed pollen is a strong allergen considered to be one of the most dangerous pollen allergens in the world. Being a serious hazard to human health, it is also considered as an Ñenvironmental weedî causing economic threat. The main aim of the study is to verify the status of the species in the flora of Poland, to assess the threat and discuss possibilities to prevent its future spread.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/9122
DOI: 10.2478/v10119-011-0008-8
ISSN: 2080-945X
1897-2810
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