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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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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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Medullary bundles in Lobelia puberula
by: R. Holroyd
Notes: R. Holroyd. "Medullary bundles in Lobelia puberula." American Journal of Botany 15.7 (1928): 442-U15.
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Growth rate, root development and nutrient uptake of 55 plant species from the Great Plains grasslands, USA
by: Levang-Brilz, Nichole; Biondini, Mario E.
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The relationship between soil seed bank, above-ground vegetation and disturbance intensity on old-field successional permanent plots
by: M. Dolle and W. Schmidt
Notes: M. Dolle and W. Schmidt. "The relationship between soil seed bank, above-ground vegetation and disturbance intensity on old-field successional permanent plots." Applied Vegetation Science 12.4 (2009):...
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Floristic diversity and spatial distribution of roadside halophytes along forest and field roads in Szczecin lowland (West Poland)
by: M. Wrobel, T. Tomaszewicz and J. Chudecka
Notes: M. Wrobel, T. Tomaszewicz and J. Chudecka. "Floristic diversity and spatial distribution of roadside halophytes along forest and field roads in Szczecin lowland (West Poland)." Polish Journal of Ecolo...
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