Ambrosia trifida

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Synonyms for Ambrosia trifida

a coarse annual with some leaves deeply and palmately three-cleft or five-cleft

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Weed ecologist Emilie Regnier of Ohio State University in Columbus and her colleagues conducted field experiments to determine how exotic European night crawlers, Lumbricus terrestris, affected the survival of the seeds of Ambrosia trifida, giant ragweed.
This was demonstrated by exposing the animals to extracts of short and giant ragweed.
The foreign species named include black bass, blue gill, false acacia, giant ragweed and tall goldenrod.
Lowland native prairie sites with forbs and shrubs contained western ragweed (Ambrosia psilostachya), giant ragweed (A.