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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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A New Species of Harmandia (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) Damaging Leaves of Allegheny Chinkapin in Eastern United-States and a Redescription of the Genus
by: R. J. Gagne and J. A. Payne
Notes: R. J. Gagne and J. A. Payne. "A New Species of Harmandia (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) Damaging Leaves of Allegheny Chinkapin in Eastern United-States and a Redescription of the Genus." Journal of Entomolo...
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Specific functions of red, far red, and blue light in flowering and stem extension of long-day plants
by: E. S. Runkle and R. D. Heins
Notes: E. S. Runkle and R. D. Heins. "Specific functions of red, far red, and blue light in flowering and stem extension of long-day plants." Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 126.3 (...
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Gene Flow in Chamaecrista fasciculata (Leguminosae) II. Gene Establishment
by: C. B. Fenster
Notes: C. B. Fenster. "Gene Flow in Chamaecrista fasciculata (Leguminosae) II. Gene Establishment." Evolution 45.2 (1991): 410-422.
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Nursery production techniques for obligate wetland species
by: K. K. Moore, L. Fisher and D. L. Sutton
Notes: K. K. Moore, L. Fisher and D. L. Sutton. "Nursery production techniques for obligate wetland species." Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 44 (2006): 37-40.
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Development of Tristyly in Pontederia cordata (Pontederiaceae) .1. Mature Floral Structure and Patterns of Relative Growth of Reproductive-Organs
by: J. H. Richards and S. C. H. Barrett
Notes: J. H. Richards and S. C. H. Barrett. "Development of Tristyly in Pontederia cordata (Pontederiaceae) .1. Mature Floral Structure and Patterns of Relative Growth of Reproductive-Organs." American Journ...
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