Amphicarpaea bracteata

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Synonyms for Amphicarpaea bracteata

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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petiolata metrics in both years and the cover of the five most abundant (highest total cover) herb species in the quadrats: Desmodium glutinosum, Circaea lutetiana, Geranium maculatum, Amphicarpaea bracteata, and Ageratina altissima.
Amphicarpaea bracteata is an annual plant indigenous to eastern North America (Turner and Fearing 1964).
Dispersal of heteromorphic seeds in Amphicarpaea bracteata (Fabaceae).
Source of Amphicarpaea bracteata and bacterial genotypes.
The most noteworthy result of this study was the finding that exposure to different genotypes of Bradyrhizobium significantly affected the lifetime reproductive success of Amphicarpaea bracteata plants in a natural habitat.
Individual variation in pathogen attack and differential reproductive success in the annual legume, Amphicarpaea bracteata.
Evolution in natural and experimental populations of Amphicarpaea bracteata.
Reproductive behavior of Amphicarpaea bracteata, an amphicarpic annual.
Comparison of bacterial lineages associated with two Amphicarpaea bracteata biotypes at Jurgenson Woods and with genetically similar hosts at two other sites.
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.
Herbaceous plants found in the meadow were Agrimonia parviflora, Amphicarpaea bracteata, Asclepias incarnata, Boehmeria cylindrica, Cardamine bulbosa, Cuscuta gronovii, Eupatorium perfoliatum, Impatiens spp.