Invasion of native and exotic cattails and their hybrid in Michigan

Name: Invasion of native and exotic cattails and their hybrid in Michigan
Researchers: Wildová Radka (member of research team)
Project Type: D - minor international projects and bilateral agreements
Realization from: 2004
Realization to: 2007
Summary: Population dynamics of hybridization between native and invasive species and comparative ecophysiology of parental species and their hybrids: Typha latifolia (native in North America), Typha angustifolia (invasive introduced from Europe) and their hybrid, Typha x glauca. We are also analyzing impact of native and exotic cattails on diverse wetland communities in Michigan.

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