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adventive

(ăd-vĕn′tĭv)
adj.
Not native to and not fully established in a new habitat or environment; locally or temporarily naturalized: an adventive weed.
n.
An adventive organism.

ad·ven′tive·ly adv.

Adventive

Ecology Referring to an organism which is not native to an ecosystem.
Psychology Referring to a unique facet or anomaly in one's life history which did not follow the usual “trajectory”.
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Oversowing and fertilising reduced the amount of bare ground and transformed the vegetation to a species composition dominated by the introduced adventives Anthoxanthum odoratum and Agrostis capillaris.
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The share of adventive species in the flora of commensal habitats makes 31-38%.
1%) were adventives, and 128 represented Randolph County Records.
Importance values are the sum of the relative frequency and relative cover (* = adventive species).
At a simple level, archaeologists should study roadsides or lanes near their sites - they show the plant cover that is naturally adventive in a district and what happens when infrequent, low-cost vegetation control (without much grazing) is undertaken.
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Combining the results of the two studies yielded 584 total species, 478 (~82%) native species, and 106 (~18%) adventive species.
The non-native Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard), a pervasive adventive species of many Illinois sand deposits, was occasionally found in the shaded seep plots (IV of 2.
Cyrtomium falcatum Presl is adventive in gardens of Santa Barbara.