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Noun1.Bidens - bur marigoldsBidens - bur marigolds        
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
aster family, Asteraceae, Compositae, family Asteraceae, family Compositae - plants with heads composed of many florets: aster; daisy; dandelion; goldenrod; marigold; lettuces; ragweed; sunflower; thistle; zinnia
beggar's-ticks, bur marigold, burr marigold, sticktight, beggar-ticks - any of several plants of the genus Bidens having yellow flowers and prickly fruits that cling to fur and clothing
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Beggartick is an important weed species spread all over Brazil, infesting areas of annual and perennial crops (Santos & Cury, 2011).
1], the mean values for CHL of bean plants were lower in bean + brachiaria and bean + beggartick than in treatments where the three species were used (Table 1).
IVs include sweet potato (camote), taro ( gabi), cassava, black nightshade (amti), amaranth (kalunay), chayote, edible fern (pako), beggartick (puriket), spinach, water cress, Ceylon spinach (alugbati ), water cabbage (kangkong), waterleaf (talinum), wild cherry tomato, winged bean (sigarilyas/pallang), jute mallow (saluyot), horseradish leaves and pods, sesbania (katuray), among others.
16: When beggartick seeds stick to your pant legs, then check your horse for horse-bot eggs.
The last week of August brings the peak of purple pokeweed berry in the alleyways, beggartick flowering in the garden, and bur marigold in the wetlands.
When beggartick seeds stick to your pants legs, then check your horse for horse-bot eggs.
The phases of the Puffball Mushroom Moon and the Beggartick Moon
Molecular basis of resistance to als-inhibitor herbicides in greater beggarticks.
Leaf discs measuring 8 mm in diameter were punched from green (young) and yellow (senescent) vegetation collected from 4 species of plants: creeping indigo; perennial peanut, Arachis glabrata (Fabaceae); wild poinsettia; and common beggarticks, Bidens alba (Asteraceae).
2007) wild oat (Avena fatua) hairy beggarticks (Bidens pilosa) (Batish et al.