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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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Balansia pilulaeformis, an Epiphytic Species
by: K. Clay and I. C. Frentz
Notes: K. Clay and I. C. Frentz. "Balansia pilulaeformis, an Epiphytic Species." Mycologia 85.4 (1993): 527-534.
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Differential responses of alpine and non-alpine Aquilegia species to increased ultraviolet B radiation
by: R. A. Larson, W. J. Garrison and R. W. Carlson
Notes: R. A. Larson, W. J. Garrison and R. W. Carlson. "Differential responses of alpine and non-alpine Aquilegia species to increased ultraviolet B radiation." Plant Cell and Environment 13.9 (1990): 983-98...
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Hybridization in North America Asclepias tuberosa. 2. Flavonoid Evidence
by: R. Wyatt and D. M. Hunt
Notes: R. Wyatt and D. M. Hunt. "Hybridization in North America Asclepias tuberosa. 2. Flavonoid Evidence." American Journal of Botany 74.5 (1987): 767-767.
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Observations on late season pollination of Solidago canadensis L.(Asteraceae) in southwest Ohio
by: W. H. Blackwell and M. J. Powell
Notes: W. H. Blackwell and M. J. Powell. "Observations on late season pollination of Solidago canadensis L.(Asteraceae) in southwest Ohio." Castanea 46.2 (1981): 136-139.
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Breeding Systems in Asclepias incarnata L., A. syriaca L., and A. verticillata L.
by: S. R. Kephart
Notes: S. R. Kephart. "Breeding Systems in Asclepias incarnata L., A. syriaca L., and A. verticillata L." American Journal of Botany 68.2 (1981): 226-232.
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