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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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Soil pathogenic fungi have the potential to affect the co-existence of two tallgrass prairie species
by: J. C. Holah and H. M. Alexander
Notes: J. C. Holah and H. M. Alexander. "Soil pathogenic fungi have the potential to affect the co-existence of two tallgrass prairie species." Journal of Ecology 87.4 (1999): 598-608.
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Effects of simulated deposition of acid mist and iron ore particulate matter on photosynthesis and the generation of oxidative stress in Schinus terebinthifolius Radii and Sophora tomentosa L
by: K. N. Kuki, M. A. Oliva, E. G. Pereira, A. C. Costa and J. Cambraia
Notes: K. N. Kuki, M. A. Oliva, E. G. Pereira, A. C. Costa and J. Cambraia. "Effects of simulated deposition of acid mist and iron ore particulate matter on photosynthesis and the generation of oxidative str...
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Implications of irrigation method and amount of water application on Phytophthora and Pythium infection and severity of root rot in Highbush blueberry
by: D. R. Bryla, R. G. Linderman
Notes: D. R. Bryla, and R. G. Linderman. "Implications of irrigation method and amount of water application on Phytophthora and Pythium infection and severity of root rot in Highbush blueberry." Hortscience ...
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Defoliation of woody cut stems with preharvest, less toxic chemical and postharvest environmental methods
by: L. Greer and J. M. Dole
Notes: L. Greer and J. M. Dole. "Defoliation of woody cut stems with preharvest, less toxic chemical and postharvest environmental methods." Horttechnology 15.2 (2005): 376-380.
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Propagation protocol for production of container Bignonia capreolata plants (Container seedling); USDA NRCS - Norman A. Berg National Plant Materials Center, Beltsville, Maryland
by: K. M. Davis and J. L. Kujawski
Notes: K. M. Davis and J. L. Kujawski. "Propagation protocol for production of container Bignonia capreolata plants (Container seedling); USDA NRCS - Norman A. Berg National Plant Materials Center, Beltsvill...
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