maculosa Annual forb Grassland -USA Alliaria
petiolata Biennial herb Hardwood Forest, North America Oenothera panciniata Annual herb Coastal sand dune-Japan Sapium sebiferum Perennial tree Hyric forest-USA Solidago canadensis Perennial herb Chongming Island, China.
petiolata is most likely an interference competitor (e.
2), followed by the nonnative Alliaria
petiolata, and five other species with low IVs that were rarely encountered (Table 1).
0 -- -- (creeping bent grass) Alliaria
petiolata (garlic mustard) 2.
A native of western Eurasia, Alliaria
Koch Eastern Hop-Hornbeam Brassicaceae Alliaria
As another example, the production of glucosinolates by the invasive forest herb Alliaria
petiolata (garlic mustard) has been found to decrease spore germination, root colonization and/or inoculum potential of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) (Roberts & Anderson 2001; Stinson et al.
The four exotics that are most invasive are Alliaria
petiolata, Lonicera maackii, Robinia pseudoacacia, and Rosa multiflora.
Although widespread, Alliaria
petiolata and Rosa multiflora are not as common at the arboretum as other localities we have examined.
Contains some residual Maclura pomifera, early stage infestation by Alliaria
petiolata, and a major park trail and boat ramp.
10:45 EFFECTS OF HERBICIDE (ROUND-UP[R]) ON ALLIARIA
PETIOLATA, AN INVASIVE BIENNIAL HERB, AND SUBSEQUENT EFFECTS ON THE NATIVE PLANT COMMUNITY IN HUESTON WOODS STATE NATURE PRESERVE.
The open field contains several small populations of Alliaria
petiolata (garlic mustard) and abundant populations of Lonicera japonica (Japanese honeysuckle) at the edge of the low, wet woods.
A frequently encountered invasive is Alliaria
petiolata, which is aggressively reproducing along all streams and edges, especially in the floodplain and the southeast corner of the property.
Board 10 RAPD-PCR ASSESSMENT OF THE GENETIC DIVERSITY WITHIN ALLIARIA
Ground plants include Agrimonia pubescens, Alliaria
petiolata, Allium tricoccum, A nemonella thalictroides, Arisaema triphyllum, Asarum canadense, Asplenium platyneuron, Aster cordifolius, A.