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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 review of the biology and ecology of Florida beggarweed (Desmodium tortuosum)
by: T. M. Webster and J. Cardina
Notes: T. M. Webster and J. Cardina. "A review of the biology and ecology of Florida beggarweed (Desmodium tortuosum)." Weed Science 52.2 (2004): 185-200.
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Invitro Regeneration of Gaillardia pulchella Foug
by: J. E. Bourque, S. Tanner and T. J. Mabry
Notes: J. E. Bourque, S. Tanner and T. J. Mabry. "Invitro Regeneration of Gaillardia pulchella Foug." Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 16.1 (1989): 67-72.
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Forb species establishment increases with decreased grass seeding density and with increased forb seeding density in a Northeast Kansas, USA, experimental prairie restoration
by: T. L. Dickson, W. H. Busby
Notes: T. L. Dickson, and W. H. Busby. "Forb species establishment increases with decreased grass seeding density and with increased forb seeding density in a Northeast Kansas, USA, experimental prairie rest...
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Rates of vegetation succession on a coastal dune system in northwest Florida
by: A. F. Johnson
Notes: A. F. Johnson. "Rates of vegetation succession on a coastal dune system in northwest Florida." Journal of Coastal Research 13.2 (1997): 373-384.
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Effects of hydrophilic polymer on the survival of bottonwood (Conocarpus erectus) seedlings grown under drought stress
by: A. I. Al-Humaid
Notes: A. I. Al-Humaid. "Effects of hydrophilic polymer on the survival of bottonwood (Conocarpus erectus) seedlings grown under drought stress." European Journal of Horticultural Science 70.6 (2005): 283-28...
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