honeysuckle: friend or foe

This topic submitted by Josie Leimbach, Mike Hemme, Ryan Geismar, Kerilyn (jochatterbox@hotmail.com) at 10:57 am on 9/12/00. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: Myers

By examining the role of an invasive species, such as honeysuckle, our group hopes to discover the interaction between native species, non-native species, and the stream. We intend to find out whether honeysuckle, or some invasive species effects the native trees and the surrounding growth.
How does honeysuckle effect the growth of native trees and plants? How does the stream effect the relationship between honeysuckle and other foliage? How does honeysuckle adapt to the changes in environment caused by a creek bed?

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