Chamaecrista fasciculata

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Synonyms for Chamaecrista fasciculata

tropical American plant having leaflets somewhat sensitive to the touch

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Mirror image flowers and their effect on outcrossing rate in Chamaecrista fasciculata (Leguminosae).
Effect of male pollen donor and female seed parent on allocation of resources to developing seeds and fruit in Chamaecrista fasciculata (Leguminosae).
Domination by Chamaecrista fasciculata and Solidago canadensis is an indication of disturbance, as is the decrease in dominance of common prairie grasses.
Quantitative genetics of size and phenology of life-history traits in Chamaecrista fasciculata.
1753 N Commelinaceae Tradescantia ohiensis Rafinesque, 1814 N Fabaceae Aeschynomene viscidula Michaux, 1803 N Chamaecrista fasciculata (Michaux) N Greene, 1897 Desmodium incanum de Candolle, 1825 Medicago lupulina L.
The most common were the annuals Chenopodium desiccatum and Chamaecrista fasciculata with importance values of 18.
Chamaecrista fasciculata was one of the most common annual forbs encountered and the lack of treatment effect was similar to that resulting from winter burning (Ruthven et al.
In Chamaecrista fasciculata (Fabaceae), another hermaphrodite, both anther length and ovule diameter decreased after leaf clipping treatments, but ovule number was not affected (Frazee and Marquis 1994).
Test of local adaptation to biotic interactions and soil abiotic conditions in the ant-tended Chamaecrista fasciculata (Fabaceae).
purpurea 390 352 38 1 2 1 Androjiogon gerardii 283 220 63 1 1 1 Chamaecrista fasciculata 241 209 32 2 2 2 Ratibida pinnata 188 145 43 1 1 1 S.
Simulated herbivory by leaf clipping to leaves of Chamaecrista fasciculata did not affect corolla size (Frazee and Marquis 1994).
Chamaecrista fasciculata was the only annual forb encountered in large numbers and was equally common under P.
However, Kelly (1993) found no evidence of additive genetic variance for phenological traits in Chamaecrista fasciculata or evidence of either additive genetic correlations among phenological characters or phenotypic and genetic correlations between date of flowering and number of flowers produced.
Other forbs that were commonly encountered in both studies were Lithospermum canescens, Pedicularis canadensis, Phlox pilosa, Thaspium barbinode, Comandra umbellata, Blephilia ciliata, Liatris cylindracea, Linum sulcatum, and Chamaecrista fasciculata.
Mirror image flowers and their effect on the outcrossing rate in Chamaecrista fasciculata (Leguminosae).