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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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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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Foraging and Nesting Biology of the Bee Anthemurgus passiflorae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea), Descriptions of Its Immature Stages, and Observations on Its Floral Host (Passifloraceae)
by: John L. Neff, Jerome G. Rozen Jr.
Notes: J. L. Neff and J. G. Rosen Jr. "Foraging and Nesting Biology of the Bee Anthemurgus passiflorae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea), Descriptions of Its Immature Stages, and Observations on Its Floral Host (Passif...
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Drought response of three ornamental herbaceous perennials
by: K. J. Prevete, R. T. Fernandez and W. B. Miller
Notes: K. J. Prevete, R. T. Fernandez and W. B. Miller. "Drought response of three ornamental herbaceous perennials." Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 125.3 (2000): 310-317.
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Origin and Nature of Haustoria in Lobelia cardinalis
by: K. Subramanyam
Notes: K. Subramanyam. "Origin and Nature of Haustoria in Lobelia cardinalis." Botanical Gazette 112.3 (1951): 319-322.
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Effects of phosphate concentration and soil pH on the growth of Schizachyrium scoparium and Paspalum plicatulum, two co-occurring C-4 grasses
by: P. N. Jurena and O. W. VanAuken
Notes: P. N. Jurena and O. W. VanAuken. "Effects of phosphate concentration and soil pH on the growth of Schizachyrium scoparium and Paspalum plicatulum, two co-occurring C-4 grasses." Bulletin of the Torrey...
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