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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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Studies in the genus Physaria (Cruciferae)
by: Rollins, Reed C.
Notes: Rollins, R.C. Studies in the genus Physaria (Cruciferae). Brittonia 33, 332341 (1981). https://doi.org/10.2307/2806423
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Functional syncarpy by intercarpellary growth of pollen tubes in a primitive apocarpous angiosperm, Illicium floridanum (Illiciaceae)
by: E. G. Williams, T. L. Sage and L. B. Thien
Notes: E. G. Williams, T. L. Sage and L. B. Thien. "Functional syncarpy by intercarpellary growth of pollen tubes in a primitive apocarpous angiosperm, Illicium floridanum (Illiciaceae)." American Journal of...
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Arrowleaf sida (Sida rhombifolia) and prickly sida (Sida spinosa): germination and emergence
by: C. A. Smith, D. R. Shaw, L. J. Newsom
Notes: C. A. Smith, D. R. Shaw, and L. J. Newsom. "Arrowleaf sida (Sida rhombifolia) and prickly sida (Sida spinosa): germination and emergence." Weed Research 32.2 (1992): 103-109.
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Influence of basal and cauline leaves on corm production in Liatris spicata cv Callilepis
by: S. Banon, A. Gonzalez, A. Ortuno and J. A. DelRio
Notes: S. Banon, A. Gonzalez, A. Ortuno and J. A. DelRio. "Influence of basal and cauline leaves on corm production in Liatris spicata cv Callilepis." Journal of Horticultural Science 71.2 (1996): 327-334.
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Sequential decline in allocation among flowers within inflorescences: Proximate mechanisms and adaptive significance
by: A. Kliber and C. G. Eckert
Notes: A. Kliber and C. G. Eckert. "Sequential decline in allocation among flowers within inflorescences: Proximate mechanisms and adaptive significance." Ecology 85.6 (2004): 1675-1687.
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