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Leaf flavonoid chemistry of North American Coreopsis (Compositae): intra-and intersectional variation
Author(s): D. J. Crawford, E. B. Smith
Journal: Botanical Gazette
Article Topic(s): Chemistry, Systematics, Taxonomy
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Coreopsis basalis (Goldenmane tickseed), Coreopsis gladiata (Coastal plain tickseed), Coreopsis integrifolia (Fringeleaf tickseed), Coreopsis lanceolata (Lanceleaf coreopsis), Coreopsis leavenworthii (Common tickseed), Coreopsis linifolia (Texas tickseed), Coreopsis major (Greater tickseed), Coreopsis pubescens (Star tickseed), Coreopsis tinctoria (Plains coreopsis), Coreopsis verticillata (Threadleaf coreopsis),
AbstractEvaluates the leaf flavonoids (secondary compounds) found in North American Coreopsis species. Six classes of flavonoids are identified for 11 sections and 45 species of Coreopsis and used to describe systematic divisions within the genus.
Suggested CitationD. J. Crawford, and E. B. Smith. "Leaf flavonoid chemistry of North American Coreopsis (Compositae): intra-and intersectional variation." Botanical Gazette 144.4 (1983): 577-583.