Haplopappus


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nauseous, Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus, Erigeron aphanactis, Guterirhizia sarothrae, Haplopappus acaulis, Polygonum bistortoides, Sisymbrium altissimum Icaria acmon Acmon Blue Erigeron (Westwood and aphanactis Hewiston) Icaria Boisduval's Allium textile, icarioides Blue Balsamorhiza (Bois.
Rigidusine, a new glycoditerpenoid from Haplopappus rigidus.
Asteraceae Chuquiraga Yerba blanca oppositifolia Haplopappus schumannii Mutisia sinuata Clavel del campo, granadilla Solidago Huellen, chilensis filil, filel Senecio sp.
Three genera of asteraceae (Baccharis, Haplopappus, Senecio) occasionally form diverse associations of low shrubs.
Limitations of the recruitment of the shrub, Haplopappus squarrosus (Asteraceae) by flower-and seed-feeding insects.
Well-studied examples include plant genera such as Haplopappus (Smith 1968, 1970), Helianthus (Rieseberg et al.
Martinez-Zapater and Oliver, 1984; Quiros and McHale, 1985), Haplopappus spinulosus L.
Major species of forbs found were Borrichia frutescens, Heterotheca subaxillaris, Haplopappus annuus, Salicornia bigelovii and Samolus embracteatus (Table 1).
Se seleccionaron especies endemicas de la provincia Patagonica, y tambien se incluyeron algunas que no son estrictamente endemicas (Anarthrophyllum ornithopodum, Asteriscium fimbriatum, Austrocactus bertinii, Conyza magnimontana, Festuca pyrogea, Haplopappus diplopappus, Junellia azorelloides, Menonvillea comberi, Nassauvia fuegiana, Pappostipa chubutensis, P.
The relative effects of biotic and abiotic factors on growth and productivity of two Owens Valley shrubs: Haplopappus cooperi and Chrysothamnus teretifolius.
In USA and Mexico Peucetia viridans Hentz 1832 is reported to occur associated with the glandular plants Haplopappus venetus (AsteraceaeLouda 1982) and Cnidoscolus aconitifolius (Euphorbiaceae) (Arango et al.
Recently we found that extracts of some Argentinian medicinal plants (Baccharis trimera, Haplopappus rigidus, Huperzia saururus, Maytenus ilicifolia, Satureja parvifolia and Senecio eriophyton) possess vasorelaxing effects (Hnatyszyn et al.
Other genera of composites that contain many cold desert subshrubs include Mausolea (close to Artemisia), which occurs in the sands of central Asia; Ajania, from the stony deserts of central Asia; Chrysothamnus, of the deserts of North America; Haplopappus, of the deserts of North and South America; and Baccharis and Senecio, both in the deserts of South America.
Not included in the table, because of imprecise evidence, is the case of Haplopappus (Compositae), where it is considered likely that at least one fusion was involved in the origin of H.