Hibiscus moscheutos

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Synonyms for Hibiscus moscheutos

showy shrub of salt marshes of the eastern United States having large rose-colored flowers

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The effect of petal size manipulation on pollinator/seed-predator mediated female reproductive success of Hibiscus moscheutos. Oecologia, 117:70-79.
Visitation of a specialist pollen feeder Althaeus hibisci Olivier (Coleoptera : Bruchidae) to flowers of Hibiscus moscheutos L.
Reproductive biology of Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae), p.
Insects of the swamp rose-mallow, Hibiscus moscheutos L., in New Jersey.
Use of Acephate, Benomyl and alginate encapsulation for eliminating culture mites and fungal contamination from in vitro cultures of hardy hibiscus (Hibiscus moscheutos L).
Using Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae), this study attempted to identify some less-considered factors underlying seed predation dynamics.
Preliminary evidence for such a tradeoff exists for Hibiscus moscheutos: significant negative phenotypic correlations were found at the within-flower level for allocation of both nitrogen and phosphorus to the androecium and gynoecium (Fundyga 1996).
A comparison of biomass, nitrogen and phosphorus as measures of floral resource allocation in the marsh hibiscus, Hibiscus moscheutos. Thesis.
Pollen-tube competition and male fitness in Hibiscus moscheutos. Evolution 50: 1866-1870.
Differential pollen-tube growth rates and nonrandom fertilization in Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae).
Germination as a component of pollen competitive ability in Hibiscus moscheutos. Pp.
Individual variation in the vigor of self-pollen and selfed progeny in Hibiscus moscheutos Malvaceae).