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Synonyms for Cardamine

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The genetic basis for differences in leaf form between Arabidopsis thaliana and its wild relative Cardamine hirsuta.
Cardamine hirsuta, the hairy bitter cress, has become one of the worst examples of the Cruciferae family to invade our gardens in recent years and needs constant vigilance to manage it's invasive and devious nature - remember that this ephemeral weed can germinate, grow, flower and set seed 12 months of the year - even when you are indoors by the fireside.
Hispaniola-South America (11): Aspidosperma cuspa (Kunth) Pittier (Apocymaceae), Cardamine jamesonii Hook.
Cardamine pratensis ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno fo, a lady's-smock' neu 'Cuckooflower' yn Saesneg.
sylvestris, Potentiella reptens, and Cardamine uliginosa--grown in the
Late Summer-Fall Spring species Summer species species Cardamine hulhosa Cicuta maculata Chelone glabra Carex stricta Euphorbia corollata Cirsium muticum C.
subspathulatum Yunquea (k) Berberidaceae Berberis Boraginaceae Selkirkia (k) Brassicaceae Cardamine C.
Entwicklung der archesporgewebe und der befruchtungsvorgang bei Cardamine chenopodiifolia Pets.
In the southwestern corner and southern end of the study area, there is a large seep and lower quality fen that is dominated by Carex stricta, Impatiens capensis, Symphyotrichum puniceum, Thelypteris palustris, Solidago patula, Symplocarpus foetidus, Eupatoriadelphus maculatus, and Cardamine bulbosa.
The spring herbaceous flora includes Asarum canadense, Cardamine concatenata, C.
Common spring and early summer flowering forbs include Allium burdickii, Arisaema triphyllum, Asarum canadense, Cardamine concatenata, C.
Thomas 75 Cardamine diphyllia Brassicaceae Clark R.
Only three plants have been recorded: Viola papilionacea (common violet), Ranunculus septentrionalis (swamp buttercup, which does well even in standing water), and Cardamine bulbosa (spring cress).
Caltha palustris, Cardamine pensylvanica, Cardamine rhomboidea, and Saururus cernuus are found almost exclusively in the seeps.
dissectum, Camassia scilloides, Campanula americana, Cardamine concatenata, C.