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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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Elevated atmospheric CO2 affects structure of a model regenerating longleaf pine community
by: M. A. Davis, S. G. Pritchard, R. J. Mitchell, S. A. Prior, H. H. Rogers and G. B. Runion
Notes: M. A. Davis, S. G. Pritchard, R. J. Mitchell, S. A. Prior, H. H. Rogers and G. B. Runion. "Elevated atmospheric CO2 affects structure of a model regenerating longleaf pine community." Journal of Ecolo...
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Reproductive biology of two dominant prairie grasses (Andropogon gerardii and Sorghastrum nutans, Poaceae): Male-biased sex allocation in wind-pollinated plants?
by: M. J. McKone, C. P. Lund and J. M. O'Brien
Notes: M. J. McKone, C. P. Lund and J. M. O'Brien. "Reproductive biology of two dominant prairie grasses (Andropogon gerardii and Sorghastrum nutans, Poaceae): Male-biased sex allocation in wind-pollinated p...
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High production in a herbaceous perennial plant achieved by continuous growth and synchronized population dynamics
by: R. G. Wetzel and M. J. Howe
Notes: R. G. Wetzel and M. J. Howe. "High production in a herbaceous perennial plant achieved by continuous growth and synchronized population dynamics." Aquatic Botany 64.2 (1999): 111-129.
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Spatial and Temporal Effects on Switchgrass Stands and Yield in the Great Plains
by: M. R. Schmer, R. B. Mitchell, K. P. Vogel, W. H. Schacht and D. B. Marx
Notes: M. R. Schmer, R. B. Mitchell, K. P. Vogel, W. H. Schacht and D. B. Marx. "Spatial and Temporal Effects on Switchgrass Stands and Yield in the Great Plains." Bioenergy Research 3.2 (2010): 159-171.
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The effect of burning and insect herbivory on seed production of two prairie forbs
by: M. A. Davis, K. M. Lemon, A. M. Dybvig
Notes: M. A. Davis, K. M. Lemon, and A. M. Dybvig. "The effect of burning and insect herbivory on seed production of two prairie forbs." Prairie Naturalist 19.2 (1987): 93-100.
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