Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae)

Dietz H, Steinlein T (2002)
Neobiota 1: 150-160.

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Dietz H, Steinlein T. Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae). Neobiota. 2002;1:150-160.
Dietz, H., & Steinlein, T. (2002). Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae). Neobiota, 1, 150-160.
Dietz, H., and Steinlein, T. (2002). Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae). Neobiota 1, 150-160.
Dietz, H., & Steinlein, T., 2002. Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae). Neobiota, 1, p 150-160.
H. Dietz and T. Steinlein, “Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae)”, Neobiota, vol. 1, 2002, pp. 150-160.
Dietz, H., Steinlein, T.: Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae). Neobiota. 1, 150-160 (2002).
Dietz, Hansjörg, and Steinlein, Thomas. “Don't do anything!? Implications of intensive basic research for successful management of the invasive alien plant species Bunias orientalis L. (Brassicaceae)”. Neobiota 1 (2002): 150-160.

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