Invasive Plants in North America Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Invasive Plants in North America
A study of invasive plants in North America.
# 131035 | 2,500 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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This examination is constructed to highlight the spread of invasive plant species, specifically in the United States. The nature of some of these invasive species is discussed, as well as how they are introduced to the United States, their negative effects on the environment, and methods of control.

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"Invasive plants are a major, if not well understood, threat to ecological stability in the United States if not the world. Some nonnative species that are introduced into a new habitat are entirely innocuous and have no detrimental effects. Others are ill-suited to the new environment and quickly expire. Some, however, are exceptionally well-suited for their new place in the world and quickly overcome all of the native species. The kudzu vine and the zebra mussel are examples of such aggressive, invasive species. Unfortunately for those environmentalists and social agencies interested in preventing the spread of invasive species, the attributes of ..."

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