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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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Interspecific variation within the genus Asclepias in response to herbivory by a phloem-feeding insect herbivore
by: C. B. Zehnder and M. D. Hunter
Notes: C. B. Zehnder and M. D. Hunter. "Interspecific variation within the genus Asclepias in response to herbivory by a phloem-feeding insect herbivore." Journal of Chemical Ecology 33.11 (2007): 2044-2053.
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The effect of habitat on parental and hybrid fitness: Transplant experiments with Louisiana irises
by: S. K. Emms, M. L. Arnold
Notes: S. K. Emms, and M. L. Arnold. "The effect of habitat on parental and hybrid fitness: Transplant experiments with Louisiana irises." Evolution 51.4 (1997): 1112-1119.
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Morphological and Physiological Consequences of a Positive Plant Interaction
by: S. D. Hacker and M. D. Bertness
Notes: S. D. Hacker and M. D. Bertness. "Morphological and Physiological Consequences of a Positive Plant Interaction." Ecology 76.7 (1995): 2165-2175.
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Evaluation of self-compatibility in Clethra alnifolia
by: S. M. Reed
Notes: S. M. Reed. "Evaluation of self-compatibility in Clethra alnifolia." Hortscience 41.4 (2006): 239.
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Response of estuarine marsh vegetation to interannual variations in precipitation
by: K. H. Dunton, B. Hardegree and T. E. Whitledge
Notes: K. H. Dunton, B. Hardegree and T. E. Whitledge. "Response of estuarine marsh vegetation to interannual variations in precipitation." Estuaries 24.6A (2001): 851-861.
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