生物多样性 ›› 2001, Vol. 09 ›› Issue (4): 446-457.DOI: 10.17520/biods.2001065
• 论文 •
LI Bo, HSU Ping-Sheng, CHEN Jia-Kuan
AbstractPlant invasions are unintended consequences of globalisation , which facilitates the transglobal movement of plant species across all geographical and physical boundaries with the vastly increasing
movement of people and commercial goods. As an internationalised city that has various channels through which plant s′movements occur , Shanghai has been subject to a heavy invasion of plants. This
paper firstly deals with some characteristics of plant invasions in Shanghai. It is concluded that : 1) alien plants play an important role in the flora of Shanghai , accounting for 57. 4 %of the total flora ; 2) annual and biennial plant s are the major component s of Shanghai′s alien flora , representing 69.1 %; 3) most alien plants belong to a relatively few families (e. g. Asteraceae and Poaceae) ; 4) monocotylous families tend to have a higher proportion of alien plants with respect to their world′s number of species than do dicotylous families ; and 5) plant invasions will continue to sweep across literally every part of Shanghai as the consequence of it s further urbanisation and increasing global trade (c. f . China′s ent ry into WTO by November 2001) . These patterns of plant invasions reflect the role of humans as global plant dispersers and of human disturbance in plant invasions. In the rest of the paper , we briefly review other issues in the field of plant invasions , including att ributes of invasive species , habitat invisibility , environmental and economic costs of plant invasions , and future research directions.
李博, 徐炳声, 陈家宽 (2001) 从上海外来杂草区系剖析植物入侵的一般特征. 生物多样性, 09, 446-457. DOI: 10.17520/biods.2001065.
LI Bo, HSU Ping-Sheng, CHEN Jia-Kuan (2001) Perspectives on general trends of plant invasions with special reference to alien weed flora of Shanghai. Biodiversity Science, 09, 446-457. DOI: 10.17520/biods.2001065.
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