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Invaders Database System Exotic plant names and weed distribution records for five states in the northwestern United States; based at the University of Montana.
CNIPM (Alaska Committee for Noxious and Invasive Plant Management)Aims to heighten the awareness of the problems associated with non-native invasive plants and to bring about greater statewide coordination, cooperation and action to halt the introduction and spread of undesirable plants.
Taste: normal structure and function of the gustatory system; taste disorders resulting in ageusia (loss of sense of taste), hypogeusia (reduced taste function), and dysgeusia (distortion of sense of taste).
Smell: normal structure and function of the olfactory system; disorders of smell resulting in anosmia (loss of sense of smell), hyposmia (reduced smell function), and paraosmia (distortion of sense of smell).
Balance: normal structure and function of the vestibular system; disorders and diseases including Meniere’s disease, positional vertigo, vestibular neuronitis, and acoustic neurinoma resulting in vertigo, dizziness, and dysequilibrium.
Information and images of invasive and exotic species of North America; based at The University of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.
Center for Invasive Plant Management Promotes ecologically sound management of invasive plants by facilitating collaboration and partnerships among scientists, educators, and land managers; based at Montana State University.
Voice: normal structure and function of the vocal tract; processes of voice production; disorders of the voice such as laryngeal nodules, polyps and neoplasms, contact ulcers, spasmodic dysphonia, vocal tremor, and vocal fold paralysis resulting in hoarseness and weakness of the voice.
Speech: normal structure and function of the speech tract; processes of speech production; disorders such as stuttering and neurogenic and developmental speech disorders resulting in dysfluency, dysarthria, and misarticulation; speech of persons who are hearing-impaired; dysphagia; and augmentative and alternative modes of communication.