Magnolia virginiana

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Synonyms for Magnolia virginiana

shrub or small tree having rather small fragrant white flowers

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Ambrosia beetle (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) responses to volatile emissions associated with ethanol-injected Magnolia virginiana L.
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Differentiation in preference for Liriodendron tulipifera and Magnolia virginiana was evident among the Papilio glaucus populations (fig.
Of the three hosts tested, we conclude that selection acting on the Florida population for enhanced use of Magnolia virginiana is largely responsible for much of the geographic population differentiation.
Bioactive neolignans from the leaves of Magnolia virginiana.
As a result, Wright has recognized Magnolia Virginiana as a 'plants of CARE' for its eco sustainable characteristics and ability to connect people to living green that surrounds them.
In addition to its sustainability, what makes the Magnolia Virginiana different?
Tsoong, Magnolia maudiae (Dunn) Figlar, Magnolia tamaulipana Vazquez, Magnolia virginiana L.
Magnolia grandiflora is one of only two evergreen magnolias--the sweetbay magnolia, Magnolia virginiana, ranges from deciduous to semi-evergreen to completely evergreen, depending on the cold zone.