Whitetop

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White´top`


n.1.(Bot.) Fiorin.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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incana (Ledeb.) Melilotus officinalis (L.) Desr Chamb Cardaria draba (L.) Desv.
Anatomical, palynological and micromorphological study of seed, trichome and stomata of Cardaria draba L.
Assessment of the effects of drought and salinity stress caused by different concentrations of sodium chloride and polyethylene glycol 6000 on germination and seedling growth characteristics of weed Lepidium draba (Cardaria draba) Journal of Plant Protection (Agricultural Science and Technology), 24(2): 151-158.
In the same category, but somewhat more localised and peri-anthropic in their distribution, are the annuals Asperugo procumbens, Cardaria draba, Galium spp.
on Rumex crispus, Tehran, 23 October 2004; Aphis umbrella Borner on Malva sylvestris, Ahwaz, 7 March 2004; Lipaphis lepidii Nevsky on Cardaria draba, Karaj, 3 May 2003.
Noxious Downy brome Bromus tectorum Invasive Field bindweed Convolvulus arvensis Noxious Field sowthistle Sonchus arvensis Noxious Garlic mustard Alliaria petiolate Invasive Hoary cress, whitetop Cardaria draba Noxious Japanese honeysuckle Lonicera japonica Invasive Japanese knotweed Polygonum cuspidata Invasive Johnsongrass Sorghum halepense Noxious Kudzu Pueraria montana Invasive var.
The site, approximately 10 ha in are, consists of very dense stands of two weedy cruciferous ho plants (Lepidium perfoliatum and Cardaria vulgaris), surrounded by regions of dry sagebrush scrub, and supports dense adult populations (500-5000 adults) of P.
The approximately 10 ha site consists of very dense stands of two weedy cruciferous host plants (Lepidium perfoliatum and Cardaria vulgaris) surrounded by regions of dry sagebrush scrub and supports dense adult populations (500-5000 adults) of P.
Effects of salinity and drought studies from different concentrations of sodium chloride and polyethylene glycol 6000 on germination and seedling growth characteristics of weed Lepidus draba (Cardaria draba) Journal of Plant Protection (Agricultural Science and Technology), 24(2): 158-151.