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RESEARCH LITERATURE

The Research Literature database was created and funded by the Florida Wildflower Foundation. Use the search features below to find scientific articles on native wildflowers that are commercially available or used in restoration projects.

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Bottom-up and top-down effects on insect herbivores do not vary among sites of different salinity
by: M. T. Albarracin and P. Stiling
Notes: M. T. Albarracin and P. Stiling. "Bottom-up and top-down effects on insect herbivores do not vary among sites of different salinity." Ecology 87.10 (2006): 2673-2679.
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Ascorbate: A biomarker of herbicide stress in wetland plants
by: T. F. Lytle and J. S. Lytle
Notes: T. F. Lytle and J. S. Lytle. "Ascorbate: A biomarker of herbicide stress in wetland plants." Phytoremediation of Soil and Water Contaminants 664 (1997): 106-113.
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Ten-year seed bank and vegetation dynamics of a tidal freshwater marsh
by: M. A. Leck and R. L. Simpson
Notes: M. A. Leck and R. L. Simpson. "Ten-year seed bank and vegetation dynamics of a tidal freshwater marsh." American Journal of Botany 82.12 (1995): 1547-1557.
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Effects of fire season and postfire herbivory on the cycad Zamia pumila (Zamiaceae) in slash pine savanna, Everglades National Park, Florida
by: V. Negron-Ortiz, D. L. Gorchov
Notes: V. Negron-Ortiz, and D. L. Gorchov. "Effects of fire season and postfire herbivory on the cycad Zamia pumila (Zamiaceae) in slash pine savanna, Everglades National Park, Florida." International Journa...
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Seed predators are undeterred by nectar-feeding ants on Chamaecrista nictitans (Caesalpineaceae)
by: S. Ruhren
Notes: S. Ruhren. "Seed predators are undeterred by nectar-feeding ants on Chamaecrista nictitans (Caesalpineaceae)." Plant Ecology 166.2 (2003): 189-198.
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