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mimulus

(ˈmɪmjʊləs)
n
(Plants) See monkey flower
[New Latin, from Greek mimō ape (from the shape of the corolla)]
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She said: "After seeing the Shetland monkeyflower on the news I phoned Mario and he invited me in to the university and showed me the plants he had in his lab.
California natives, such as ceanothus and monkeyflower, are happiest when planted in fall.
In the monkeyflower, for instance, genes that aid survival in inland soils probably pair well with genes underlying the live-fast-die-young lifestyle.
Also look here for yellow monkeyflower, sunflower-like balsamroot, and blue camas.
Pink Monkeyflower aids in fearlessly expressing love and intimacy and helps resolve issues of shame resulting from past sexual abuse.
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deflexus), Kelso Creek monkeyflower (Mimulus shevockii), Rawhide Hill onion (Allium tuolumnense), carpenteria (Carpenteria californica), Greenhorn adobe lily (Fritillaria striata), and Piute Mountains navarretia (Navarretia setiloba) are not in imminent danger of becoming extinct or endangered.
Inferences about quantitative inheritance based upon population structure in the common yellow monkeyflower, Mimulus guttatus.
Spring in the desert brings clumps of yellow, daisy-like Oregon sunshine and the tiny, pea-sized purple blooms of miniature monkeyflower.
In yellow monkeyflower, MAPMAKER overestimated map length by 20% (Fishman et al.
Bush monkeyflower (Mimulus aurantiacus), a Pacific Coast wildflower, has a reputation for being persnickety and intolerant of garden conditions.
It is the hope of the scientists at the conservancy that walkers along this path or another island trail might someday be able to witness a botanical miracle: the return of Trask's monkeyflower.