Invasion or migration - ecology, Biology

Invasion or Migration - Ecology

When a habitat is changed it can be a potential site for the establishment of many organisms. Many species actually invade or reach this new site from any other area. The seeds, spores or other propagules of the plant species reach this area. This process is known as migration, and is generally brought about by air, water and various other agents.

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