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Synonyms for garlic mustard

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Alliaria petiolata dominates relatives by creating a situation of reduced oxygen in its surrounding root zone.
Diagnostic species: Alliaria petiolata, Apium nodiflorum, Celtis australis, Clinopodium vulgare, Fraxinus angustifolia, Ilex aquifolium, Lamium flexuosum, Polystichum setiferum, Prunus avium, Salix pedicellata
Scientific name Common name Pre-1940 Alliaria petiolata garlic mustard Artemesia vulgaris mugwort Carduus nutans (D) musk thistle Centaurea stoebe spotted knapweed Cirsium arvense Canada thistle x Cirsium vulgare bull thistle x Clematis terniflora sweet autumn clematis Conium maculatum (D) poison hemlock Convolvulus arvense field bindweed x Coronilla varia (P) crown vetch x Cynanchum louiseae black swallow-wort x Daucus carota Queen Anne's lace x Dioscorea polystachya (D) Chinese yam Dipsacus fullonum common teasel x Dipsacus laciniatus cut-leaved teasel x Euphorbia esula leafy spurge x Glechoma hederacea creeping Charlie x Hesperis matronalis dame's rocket x Humulus japonicus (D) Japanese hops Hypericum perforatum St.
2006) presented a novel evidence that antifungal phytochemistry of the invasive plant, Alliaria petiolata, a European invader of North American forests, suppresses native plant growth by disrupting mutualistic associations between native canopy tree seedlings and belowground AM.
The most aggressive non-native taxa, Alliaria petiolata, Celastrus orbiculatus, Lonicera japonica, Lythrum salicaria, Microstegium vimineum, and Rosa multiflora may shade and/or smother and out compete native vascular plant species at the park.
Newly hatched larvae were placed on plants of Alliaria petiolata growing in 380-mL transparent plastic jars.
The most common or notable herbaceous species were Acalypha rhomboidea, Agrostis stolonifera, Alliaria petiolata,
In semi-shaded nutrient-rich soils of forest edge a forb community with the following characteristic species was found: Alliaria petiolata, Lapsana communis, Myrrhoides nodosa, and Galium aparine.
Phenological niche separation from native species increases reproductive success of an invasive species: Alliaria petiolata (Brassicaceae)--garlic mustard.
Keywords: Alliaria petiolata, diversity, garlic mustard, litter dwelling arthropods, Tullgren-Berlese trap
obtusatum and Trochiscanthes nodiflora + in 4; Alliaria petiolata r, Humulus lupulus and Pulmonaria hirta/apennina + in 5; Artemisia vulgaris, Ranunculus repens, Teucrium scorodonia, Viola reichenbachiana r, Euphorbia dulcis and Knautia drymeja + in 6; Artemisia verlotiorum, Cirsium vulgare, Daucus carota s.
Alliaria petiolata ydi ei enw gwyddonol o, a Garlic Mustard neu Jack-by-the-Hedge yn Saesneg.
The invasive species garlic mustard, Alliaria petiolata, has negative impacts on understory forest species in the Midwest.
Alliaria petiolata was the most frequently encountered nonnative, found in seven plots scattered among three sites (Table 2).
Exotic herbaceous plants common to abundant in this field include Alliaria petiolata, Allium vineale, Artemisia vulgaris, Barbarea vulgaris, Brassica nigra, Cirsium arvense, C.