Invasions Species
1. Species:
the major subdivision of a genus or subgenus, regarded as the basic category of biological classification composed of related individuals that resemble one another, are able to breed among themselves, but are not able to breed with members of another species.
2. Invasion:
an act or instance of invading or entering as an enemy, especially by an army.
3. Invasive Species:
is a nomenclature term and categorization phrase used for flora and fauna, and for specific restoration-preservation processes in native habitats, with several definitions.
4. Native:
being the place or environment in which a person was born or a thing came into being.
5. Non-Native:
not the place or environment in which a person was born or a thing came into being.
6. Spores:
a walled, singled-to-my-called reproductive body of an organism capable of giving rise to a new individual either directly or indirectly.
7. Propagules:
any of various structures that can give rise to a new individual organism, especially parts of a plant that serve as means of vegetative reproduction, such as corms, tubers, offsets, or runners.
8. Economic Harm:
money use to get rid of invasion species or to control them.
9. Environmental Harm:
10. Aggressive:
characterized by or tending toward unprovoked offensives, attacks, invasions, or the like; militantly forward or menacing.
11. Threatened Species:
a species likely, in the near future, to become an endangered species within all or much of its range.
12. Endangered Species:
a species at risk of extinction because of human activity, changes in climate, changes in predator-prey, ratios, etc; especially when officially designated as such by a governmental agency such as the U.S. fish and wildlife service.
13. Vector:
an insect or other organism that transmits a pathogenic fungus, virus, bacterism, etc.
14. Means of Transmission:
the way something moves to one way to another.
15. Exotic Species
16. Flora:
the plants of a particular region or period, listed by species and considered as a whole.
17. Fauna:
the animals of a given region or period considered as a whole.
18. Habitat:
the natural environment of an organism; place that is natural for the life and growth of an organism: a tropical habitat.
1. Species:
the major subdivision of a genus or subgenus, regarded as the basic category of biological classification composed of related individuals that resemble one another, are able to breed among themselves, but are not able to breed with members of another species.
2. Invasion:
an act or instance of invading or entering as an enemy, especially by an army.
3. Invasive Species:
is a nomenclature term and categorization phrase used for flora and fauna, and for specific restoration-preservation processes in native habitats, with several definitions.
4. Native:
being the place or environment in which a person was born or a thing came into being.
5. Non-Native:
not the place or environment in which a person was born or a thing came into being.
6. Spores:
a walled, singled-to-my-called reproductive body of an organism capable of giving rise to a new individual either directly or indirectly.
7. Propagules:
any of various structures that can give rise to a new individual organism, especially parts of a plant that serve as means of vegetative reproduction, such as corms, tubers, offsets, or runners.
8. Economic Harm:
money use to get rid of invasion species or to control them.
9. Environmental Harm:
10. Aggressive:
characterized by or tending toward unprovoked offensives, attacks, invasions, or the like; militantly forward or menacing.
11. Threatened Species:
a species likely, in the near future, to become an endangered species within all or much of its range.
12. Endangered Species:
a species at risk of extinction because of human activity, changes in climate, changes in predator-prey, ratios, etc; especially when officially designated as such by a governmental agency such as the U.S. fish and wildlife service.
13. Vector:
an insect or other organism that transmits a pathogenic fungus, virus, bacterism, etc.
14. Means of Transmission:
the way something moves to one way to another.
15. Exotic Species
16. Flora:
the plants of a particular region or period, listed by species and considered as a whole.
17. Fauna:
the animals of a given region or period considered as a whole.
18. Habitat:
the natural environment of an organism; place that is natural for the life and growth of an organism: a tropical habitat.
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