Ageratina


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Synonyms for Ageratina

annual to perennial herbs or shrubs of eastern United States and Central and South America

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Abbreviations refer to plants important to the slope of the correlation: Aga = Agastache hybrid; Age = Ageratina aromatica; Bu = Buddleja davidii.
Abbreviations refer to plants important to the slope of the correlation: Aga= Agastache hybrid; Age = Ageratina aromatica;; Bu = Buddleja davidii.
Ageratina adenophora Sprengel (Synonym: Eupatoriurn adenophora) (Asteraceae) is a very successful invasive species (Sang et al.
Most previous studies of Ageratina adenophora (Ageratina) have focused on its deleterious effects on spermatophytes (Wan et al.
The species Ageratina pichinchensis (Asteraceae) has been used for a long time in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of different skin conditions and injuries.
Table 1 Major Studies Depicting the Role of AM in Plant Invasions Alien invasive Growth form Invaded Habitat/Region species Ageratina adenophor Annual herb Forest understories, China Anthemis cotula Annual herb Disturbed ecosystems- Kashmir Himalaya Ambrosia Annual or perennial Disturbed areas and artemisiifolia herb crop fields--France Cantaurea maculosa Annual forb Grasslands--North American C.
Representative herbaceous plants include Ageratina altissima, white snakeroot; Galium aparine, bedstraw: Geum canadense, white avens; Poa pratensis, Kentucky bluegrass; Rudbeckia laciniata, cutleaf coneflower; and Viola sororia, sister violet--all common to abundant.
Vascular plant taxa associated with Ageratina luciae-brauniae and Solidago albopilosa were determined from floristic surveys of 15 rockhouses containing A.
A total of 99 taxa was recorded in the 15 rockhouses with Ageratina luciae-brauniae, and the number of taxa observed in each of the rockhouses ranged from 9 to 39 (mean [+ or -] SE = 19 [+ or -] 2) (Table VIII).
Species associated with woodlands, including Ageratina altissima (white snakeroot) and the woody vine Toxicodendron radicans (poison ivy) were dominant.
Late Summer- Spring species Summer species Fall species Arisaema dracontium Circaea lutetiana Agastache nepetoides Dodecatheon meadia Cryptotaenia canadensis Ageratina altissima Osmorhiza longistylis Galium concinnum Amphicarpaea bracteata Potentilla simplex Orbexilum onobrychis Hackelia virginiana Sanicula odorata Phytolacca americana Lactuca biennis Triosteum aurantiacum Smilax lasioneura Phryma leptostachya T.
Plants blooming later in the season include Ageratina altissima, Agrimonia spp.
1 Muhlenberegia sobolifera -- -- -- Desmodium glutinosum -- -- -- Aster anomalus -- -- -- Phlox divaricata -- -- -- Bromus pubescens -- -- -- Festuca subverticillata -- -- -- Sanicula canadensis -- -- -- Amphicarpaea bracteata -- -- -- Ageratina altissima -- -- -- Tradescantia ohiensis -- -- -- Lactuca canadensis -- -- -- Geum canadense -- -- -- Lespedeza intermedia -- -- -- Others -- 0.
Mid-summer to fall flowering forbs include Ageratina altissima, Agrimonia pubescens, Campanulastrum americanum, Cryptotaenia canadensis, Eupatoriadelphus purpureus, Helianthus decapetalus, Heliopsis helianthoides, Polymnia canadensis, Sanicula odorata, Solidago caesia, Symphyotrichum cordifolium, and S.