Recent Submissions

  • Removal of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) by different physicochemical methods: A mini-review 

    Darajeh, N.; Alizadeh, Hossein; Farraji, H.; Park, J.; Barghi, A.; Rezania, S. (Dormer Journal Publisher, 2020-12-18)
    PAHs are persistent organic pollutants spread worldwide in our environment, including air, soil, and water. They are a large class of organic pollutants released mainly from anthropogenic sources, including automobiles and ...
  • Advancing One Biosecurity to address the pandemic risks of biological invasions 

    Hulme, Philip E. (Oxford University Press on behalf of the American Institute of Biological Sciences, 2021-07)
    The world is witnessing a global rise in numbers of emerging invasive alien species, but identifying which species pose a pandemic threat remains poorly understood. The disjointed international regulatory environment ...
  • Insights into metabolic changes caused by the Trichoderma virens–maize root interaction 

    Schweiger, R.; Padilla Arizmendi, Fabiola; Nogueira Lopez, Guillermo; Rostas, Michael; Lawry, Robert; Brown, C.; Hampton, John G.; Steyaert, Johanna M.; Müller, C.; Mendoza - Mendoza, Artemio (American Phytopathological Society (APS) and the International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (IS-MPMI), 2021-02-15)
    The interactions of crops with root-colonizing endophytic microorganisms are highly relevant to agriculture, because endophytes can modify plant resistance to pests and increase crop yields. We investigated the interactions ...
  • Around the world in 500 years: Inter‐regional spread of alien species over recent centuries 

    Seebens, H.; Blackburn, T. M.; Hulme, Philip E.; van Kleunen, M.; Liebhold, A. M.; Orlova‐Bienkowskaja, M.; Pyšek, P.; Schindler, S.; Essl, F. (Wiley, 2021-06-07)
    Aim: The number of alien species has been increasing for centuries world-wide, but temporal changes in the dynamics of their inter-regional spread remain unclear. Here, we analyse changes in the rate and extent of ...
  • Unwelcome exchange: International trade as a direct and indirect driver of biological invasions worldwide 

    Hulme, Philip E. (Elsevier on behalf of Cell Press, 2021-05-21)
    Biological invasions are synonymous with international trade. The direct effects of trade have largely been quantified using relationships between imports and the number of alien species in a region or patterns in the ...

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