Linanthus


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Related to Linanthus: Linanthus dichotomus
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Noun1.Linanthus - a genus of herbs of the family PolemoniaceaeLinanthus - a genus of herbs of the family Polemoniaceae; found in western United States
plant genus - a genus of plants
family Polemoniaceae, phlox family, Polemoniaceae - a widely distributed family of chiefly herbaceous plants of the order Polemoniales; often have showy flowers
fringed pink, ground pink, Linanthus dianthiflorus, moss pink - low wiry-stemmed branching herb or southern California having fringed pink flowers
evening-snow, Linanthus dichotomus - small California annual with white flowers
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by Dobson, 2006), including Silene latifolia (Caryophyllaceae; Dotterl and Jurgens, 2005) and Platanthera bifolia (Orchidaceae; Plepys et al., 2002) and suspected for the food-deceptive Phlox relative, Linanthus dichotomus (Polemoniaceae; Chess et al., 2008).
Woodell SRJ, Mooney HA, Lewis H (1975) The Adaptation to Serpentine Soils in California of the Annual Species Linanthus androsaceus (Polemoniaceae).
Franklin, "Growth response of the alpine shrub, Linanthus pungens, to snowpack and temperature at a rock glacier site in the Eastern Sierra Nevada of California, USA," Quaternary International, vol.
(2000), and relationships of Leptosiphon (Linanthus) pusillis by Bell and Patterson (2000).
Wind pollination and reproductive assurance in Linanthus parviflorus (Polemoniaceae), a self-incompatible annual.
Evolution of flower color in the desert annual Linanthus parryae: Wright revisited.
tinctoria), California desert blue-bells (Phacelia campanularia), mountain phlox (Linanthus grandiflorus), Tahoka daisy (Aster eanacetifolius), and Texas bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis).
Individual flowering phenology, plant size, and reproductive success in Linanthus androsaceus, a California annual.
Since Wright (1943b) used flower color polymorphism to infer isolation by distance in Linanthus parryae, considerable indirect and direct evidence has accumulated on the degree of genetic substructuring in wild plant populations.
Density-dependent pollinator foraging, flowering phenology, and temporal pollen dispersal patterns in Linanthus bicolor.
Density-dependent pollinator foraging, flowering, phenology, and temporal pollen dispersal patterns in Linanthus bicolor.