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Bio-Fuel from Water Hyacinth
The Punjab forest department had sent samples of invasive species like lantana, water hyacinth and Arundonex to the Indian Institute of Petroleum to look for a possibility to prepare bio-diesel from these plants.

The state is also preparing a baseline data of its oil -bearing trees for extraction of bio-fuel.

 
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Invasive Species Reintroduce Toxic Chemicals to Green Bay Food Web - Although , polychlorinated biphenyls, also known as PCBs, have been buried in the sediments, two invasive species – the quagga mussel and round goby – can allow a group of toxic chemicals deposited more than 45 years ago to reenter the food web, passing them to predatory fish and possibly people.


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