Amphicarpaea


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Noun1.Amphicarpaea - very small genus of twining vines of North America and Asia: hog peanutAmphicarpaea - very small genus of twining vines of North America and Asia: hog peanut
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
Amphicarpa bracteata, Amphicarpaea bracteata, hog peanut, wild peanut - vine widely distributed in eastern North America producing racemes of purple to maroon flowers and abundant (usually subterranean) edible one-seeded pods resembling peanuts
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Among the more conservative species present in this unit, that were lacking elsewhere at Eagle Marsh, were Actaea pachypoda, Amphicarpaea bracteata, Arisaema dracontium, Carex conjuncta, Dryopteris carthusiana, Galium triflorum, Lindera benzoin, and Persicaria arifolia.
H Amphicarpaea bracteata (L.) Fernald Th Bauhinia chapulhuacania Wunderlin A Canavalia villosa Benth.
petiolata, with other common herbs being Amphicarpaea bracteata, Geranium maculatum, Circaea lutetiana, Ageratina altissima, and Parthenocissus spp.
X Amphicarpaea bracteata (L.) Fernald X Apios americana Medikus X Astragalus canadensis L.
Moreover, genera such as Amicia, Amphicarpaea, Canavalia, Clitoria, Lathyrus, Lotus, Lupinus, Myrospermum, and Orbexilum were restricted to these communities.
It is intriguing that four of the six N-fixers that peak outside sunny, sandy microsites are vines (Amphicarpaea, Apios, Lathyrus, and Vicia) occurring on somewhat siltier soils [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 7 OMITTED].
Parker (1992), for example, presents evidence for the coadaptation of alleles found in two "biotypes" of a selfing annual, Amphicarpaea bractea, that are spatially segregated over a 100-m transect.
Individual variation in pathogen attack and differential reproductive success in the annual legume Amphicarpaea bracteata.
In a little blasting hole in an old limestone quarry he finds "two fresh chestnuts, a dozen or more pea-vine (Amphicarpaea) seeds, as many apparently of winterberry seeds, and several fresh barberry seeds," and brings them home to scrutinize under a microscope, where by comparing the tooth scratches on a shell with a deer mouse's skull that he has, he figures out what animal stored them there.
Allium canadense, Amaranthus tuberculatus, Amphicarpaea bracteata, Angelica atropurpurea, Arenaria serpyllifolia, Artemisia annua, A.