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Nonnative

A plant that was directly or indirectly introduced to a given region by humans. Nonnative plants were not present in the region beforehand and would not have spread into the area without human interference.
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Despite the recurrent invasions of nonnative fishes from nine species, none has developed into well-established reproducing populations in the LCR.
Critique: Profusely and beautiful illustrated with full color photography throughout, "Midwestern Native Shrubs and Trees: Gardening Alternatives to Nonnative Species" is impressively comprehensive, exceptionally informative, extraordinarily well written, and thorough 'user friendly' in organization and presentation.
For instance, while mastication provides a larger and longer-lasting fuel hazard reduction than fire, it appears to leave chaparral systems more vulnerable to invasion by nonnative grasses.
The attitudes of ESL students towards nonnative English language teachers.
Since the 1990s, nonnative smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) and northern pike (Esox lucius) have garnered attention because they are such voracious predators.
I've learned that when speaking English with nonnative speakers it is best to avoid the verb "get" and idiomatic expressions and colloquial language.
After noting that gardening with wildflowers is a growing environmentally-conscious trend, the coauthors of Prairie Directory of North America list native alternatives to nonnative plants.
So instead, this current study simply highlights some ways that ethics play a significant role in research with nonnative speakers of English and, I hope, provides an opportunity for researchers' reflection and discussion.
Smallmouth bass are nonnative predators present in the Pecos River system of New Mexico.
-- In the southwestern United States giant reed, Arundo donax, is a nonnative invasive plant that has become widely established in moist places and forms its largest stands along riparian corridors.
Peter added that if the nonnative species start breeding in Ireland they could wreak havoc.