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Naturalized alien flora of the Indian states : biogeographic patterns, taxonomic structure and drivers of species richness

Naturalized alien flora of the Indian states : biogeographic patterns, taxonomic structure and drivers of species richness

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INDERJIT, , Jan PERGL, Mark VAN KLEUNEN, Martin HEJDA, Cherukuri Raghavendra BABU, Sudipto MAJUMDAR, Paramjit SINGH, Surendra Pratap SINGH, Sugali SALAMMA, Boyina Ravi Prasad RAO, 2018. Naturalized alien flora of the Indian states : biogeographic patterns, taxonomic structure and drivers of species richness. In: Biological Invasions. 20(6), pp. 1625-1638. ISSN 1387-3547. eISSN 1573-1464. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10530-017-1622-y

@article{Inderjit2018-06Natur-40988, title={Naturalized alien flora of the Indian states : biogeographic patterns, taxonomic structure and drivers of species richness}, year={2018}, doi={10.1007/s10530-017-1622-y}, number={6}, volume={20}, issn={1387-3547}, journal={Biological Invasions}, pages={1625--1638}, author={Inderjit and Pergl, Jan and van Kleunen, Mark and Hejda, Martin and Babu, Cherukuri Raghavendra and Majumdar, Sudipto and Singh, Paramjit and Singh, Surendra Pratap and Salamma, Sugali and Rao, Boyina Ravi Prasad} }

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