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Invasiveness

Definition:

In the context of genetically modified crops, invasiveness refers to the ability of a plant to spread beyond its introduction site and become established in new locations, where it may have a deleterious effect on organisms already existing there.

Source: GreenFacts, based on FAO Glossary of biotechnology & genetic engineering 

Related words:

Alien species - Element

Translation(s):

Español: Tendencia a la invasión
Français: Capacité d'invasion

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