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Abstract Pollination, the transfer of pollen from anthers to stigmas achieved mainly by animals, is vital to plant reproductive biology in almost all terrestrial ecosystems. This process is critical for the conservation and sustainability of the world's flora and fauna. The decline of...
Abstract At the inaugural ceremony of the Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar, ecotourism was hailed as a tool to achieve sustainable development and to conserve endangered species. This study shows however, that ecotourism has a negative impact on some species that it was intended to protect....
Abstract Although willows (Salix spp.) are much appreciated for their various benefits, concern has grown over the past decade about their invasive natural spread in the water courses of southeastern Australia. The main environmental effects include obstruction and diversion of streams and hence...
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