Steer+Sheep plots were grazed by steers from mid-April to midjuly and grazed by sheep from early August to early October Scientific name Common name Nectar source Amarpha canescens Leadplant y Amorpha
friiticosa False indigobush y Ceanothus americanus New Jersey tea y Morus spp.
Rescue and restoration: experimental translocation of Amorpha
herbacea Walter var.
Boophilus microplus infection by Beauveria amorpha
and Beauveria bassiana: SEM analysis and regulation of subtilisin-like proteases and chitinases.
Apocynaceae M latifolia Millettia pinnata Fabaceae L Millettia pinnata Fabaceae L Neorautanenia Fabaceae W 28 amboensis Tephrosia purpurea Fabaceae P Amorpha
fruticosa Fabaceae L Piscidia erythrina Fabaceae T 29 Gymnadenia conopsea Orchidaceae M Bletilla striata Orchidaceae M 30 Taiwania Cupressaceae T cryptomerioides Chamaecyparis Cupressaceae T formosensis Cryptomeria japonica Cupressaceae T 31 Gutierrezia microcephala Asteraceae P Saussurea lappa Asteraceae M Artemisia spp.
Partridge pea Chamaecrista fasciculata (Michx.) Greene Leadplant Amorpha
canescens Pursh Illinois bundleflower Desmanthus illinoensis (Michx.) MacMill.
If so, the walnut sphinx caterpillar (Amorpha
juglandis) is the first invertebrate known to make phony alarm calls, Jessica Lindsay of the University of Montana in Missoula reported June 12.
They occur naturally as constituents of the roots, stems and leaves of many leguminous species of the genera Derris, Lonchocarpus, Tephrosiaand Amorpha
. 'Tuba' plant is a woody plant, which grows along the ground, crawling and climbing to other plants.
Clausen], Canada buffaloberry (Shepherdia canadensis (L.) Nutt.), New Jersey tea (Ceanothus americanus L.) and the native, leguminous shrub, leadplant (Amorpha
canascens Pursh) (Table 1).
giant ragweed Ammannia robusta Heer & Regel toothcup Amorpha
sp., TAMU (50 ex); San Blas Fort, 18/ XII/1963, 61 m, O'Brien C.W.
Of the 113 native species at our site, twelve species (Asclepias incarnata, Senecio glabellus, Rorippa palustris, Rorippa sessiliflora, Cephalanthus occidentalis, Hibiscus laevis, Salix nigra, Phyla lanceolata, Forestiera acuminata, Amorpha
fruticosa, Saururus cernuus, and Mimulus alatus) are almost always found in wetlands in our region.
The substances, which have a simple chemical structure, are not only found in liquorice root, but are also in the fruit of the Amorpha