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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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Are rare species less shade tolerant than common species in fire-prone environments? A test with seven Amorpha (Fabaceae) species
by: R. M. Marchin, R. K. Bhandari, W. A. Wall, M. G. Hohmann, J. B. Gray and W. A. Hoffmann
Notes: R. M. Marchin, R. K. Bhandari, W. A. Wall, M. G. Hohmann, J. B. Gray and W. A. Hoffmann. "Are rare species less shade tolerant than common species in fire-prone environments? A test with seven Amorpha...
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Pollination ecology and reproductive success in Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) in Quebec (Canada)
by: I. Barriault, D. Barabe, L. Cloutier and M. Gibernau
Notes: I. Barriault, D. Barabe, L. Cloutier and M. Gibernau. "Pollination ecology and reproductive success in Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) in Quebec (Canada)." Plant Biology 12.1 (2010): 161-171.
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Contents of caffeoylquinic acid compounds in the storage roots of sixteen sweetpotato genotypes and their potetial biological activity
by: H. F. Harrison, T. R. Mitchell, J. K. Peterson, W. P. Wechter, G. F. Majetich and M. E. Snook
Notes: H. F. Harrison, T. R. Mitchell, J. K. Peterson, W. P. Wechter, G. F. Majetich and M. E. Snook. "Contents of caffeoylquinic acid compounds in the storage roots of sixteen sweetpotato genotypes and thei...
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Resource limitation is a driver of local adaptation in mycorrhizal symbioses
by: N. C. Johnson, G. W. T. Wilson, M. A. Bowker, J. A. Wilson and R. M. Miller
Notes: N. C. Johnson, G. W. T. Wilson, M. A. Bowker, J. A. Wilson and R. M. Miller. "Resource limitation is a driver of local adaptation in mycorrhizal symbioses." Proceedings of the National Academy of Scie...
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Occurrence and stand density of Tridens flavus (L) Hitchc as related to some soil factors
by: L. E. Foote and J. A. Jackobs
Notes: L. E. Foote and J. A. Jackobs. "Occurrence and stand density of Tridens flavus (L) Hitchc as related to some soil factors." Agronomy Journal 58.4 (1966): 412-414.
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