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The Biobrio 8(3 & 4), 2021

Study of few exotic/alien plant species of dicot families and their economic importance

Aleya Siddiquee and Md. Sarfaraz Ahmad


A non-native plant or animal species is referred to as an exotic species in biology. It is brought
into an environment where it does not naturally occur. The species' arrival could be intentional
or unintentional. It is not always regarded as unpleasant or obtrusive.
Bihar's flora has been significantly altered as a result of the purposeful and unintentional
import of alien species from all over the world. In view of this, we make an effort to study the
alien/exotic species of Dicot families of Gopalganj, Bihar. In current research we surveyed twenty
invading plant species based on data collected from traditional practitioners, forest areas, old
men, farmers, and householders. Scientific name, popular name, family, behavior, nativity,
components used, local usage, and chemical composition were used to classify the twenty
species. Following the survey, we determined that exotic species represent a serious
impediment to the world's economy's smooth operation...

Keywords:    Exotic, alien plant, dicot families, economic importance

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