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Human disturbance of natural habitats has increasingly promoted hybridization between previously isolated species. Coffee trees (Coffea canephora, C. ...Read more
It has been suggested that genetic modification could lead to crops with enhanced invasiveness and persistence. These new genotypes could invade natur...Read more
The annual release of hatchery-bred larvae into naturally reproducing fish populations (enhancement stocking) is used commonly to increase native popu...Read more
Hybridization between crops and their wild relatives may enhance invasiveness and change their niche dynamics. This is regarded as a major biosafety p...Read more
The growth of interspecific hybrids between oilseed rape (Brassica napus subsp. oleifera) and hoary mustard (Hirschfeldia incana) was studied in diffe...Read more
Revegetation can provide major environmental benefits in degraded landscapes, but there is also potential for negative impacts from genetic change in ...Read more
Every year more than 1 million commercial bumblebee colonies are deployed in greenhouses worldwide for their pollination services. While commercial po...Read more
Hybridization between crops and wild relatives seems possible for many crop taxa. Subsequent introgression of crop-specific traits into wild relatives...Read more
Hybridization seems possible for many crop species after pollen transfer from crops to wild relatives in the surrounding vegetation. Subsequent introg...Read more