Estolides are fatty acids derived from high oleic-acid oilseed crops such as sunflower, canola, and lesquerella
Chile de pajaro America Lesquerella
argyraea (Gray) -- Mexico Wats.
The occurrence of the Lesquerella
here is remarkable, as it is the only station for the species outside of its known range in the Central Basin of Tennessee and the Inner Bluegrass in Kentucky.
Examples of monitoring efforts include intense demographic monitoring for Astragalus bibullatus; population size/condition monitoring for Lesquerella
stonensis, Pityopsis ruthii, Conradina verticillata and Lesquerella
perforata; and presence/absence monitoring for Arabis perstellata and Spiraea virginiana.
Very long chain and hydroxylated fatty acids in offspring of somatic hybrids between Brassica napus and Lesquerella
The use of vegetable oils such as linseed (flaxseed), tung, lunaria, lesquerella
, crambe, rapeseed, castor, veronia, etc.
pampae * * * * Baccharis rufescens * * * * Lesquerella
mendocina * * * * Trichocline sinuata * * * * Calceolaria brunelliifolia * * * * Maihueniopsis ovata * * * * Polygala stenophylla * * * * Brachyclados lycioides * * * * Stevia aff.
While Greenlee and Callaway (1996) reported negative effects of bunchgrasses on a rare Lesquerella
species in a wet year and facilitation during a relatively dry year, Casper (1996) has found that drought did not intensify either positive or negative interactions between Chihuahuan desert shrubs and the herbaceous perennial Cryptantha flava.
Another recent discovery, Lesquerella
tuplashensis, as well as a new plant called Eriogonum codium, were found not long ago thriving on the grounds of Washington's Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
mustard in Colorado bears the species name vicina, meaning neighborly.
While this is good news for Lesquerella
, ironically it means that Missouri has just lost the only endemic unique to the state.
In this study, we experimentally investigate genetic effects of germination timing and environment in the desert mustard Lesquerella
Emerging crops like lesquerella
(a desert shrub) are being researched for non food uses, one of which is lipstick.
oil, an experimental oil that contains [C.
The bottom line is this technology uses castor oil, soybean oil or lesquerella
oil to allow us to make latex polymers that have wide applications," Thames said.