Impatiens capensis

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Synonyms for Impatiens capensis

North American annual plant with usually yellow or orange flowers

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Separating above- and belowground effects of Alliaria petiolata and Lonicera maackii on the performance of Impatiens capensis.
The perennial vine, Apios americana (groundnut) and the annual, Impatiens capensis (spotted touch-me-not) were the dominant species with mean cover values of 33.
Abundance, genetic diversity and reproduction of the native annual herb, Impatiens capensis (Meerb.
Delineating between Local and Global Compensation in Impatiens capensis
Variation in nectar volume and composition of Impatiens capensis at the individual, plant, and population levels.
Analysis of phenotypic selection among locations in Impatients pallida and Impatiens capensis.
Plant species sample Cryptococcus flavescens N dimennae (J) Silene latifolia (F) 366 1 4 Silene latifolia (M) 340 4 Barbarea vulgaris 3 1 Coronilla varia 16 1 Impatiens capensis 6 Iris versicolor 1 Lathyrus latifolius 7 Leonurus cardiaca 9 Lonicera japonica 19 1 Lonicera tatarica 1 Medicago sativa 2 Melilotus officinalis 2 Nepeta cataria 29 Saponaria 17 officinalis Satureja vulgaris 9 Trifolium pratense 18 Vicia villosa 2 1 Total samples 847 1 12 Crypto.
Flowers of Impatiens capensis show increased longevity
Dominance and suppression, size-dependent growth and self-thinning in a natural Impatiens capensis population.
Density-dependent flowering phenology, outcrossing, and reproduction in Impatiens capensis.
We tested the effects of these treatment combinations on the target plant Impatiens capensis Meerb.
For example, Mitchell-Olds (Mitchell-Olds 1986; Mitchell-Olds and Bergelson 1990a) used sophisticated random mating breeding designs and statistical techniques to estimate narrow- and broad-sense heritabilities and genetic correlations in two populations of the cleistogamous annual, Impatiens capensis.
Results are also consistent with a study of Impatiens capensis where differences in survival of open-pollinated relative to selfed seeds were higher in the field (where seed survival was lower than in the greenhouse) and where differences in growth were more apparent in the greenhouse (Mitchell-Olds and Waller 1985).
Population differentiation at the hormonal level in response to drought in Impatiens capensis (Balsaminaceae).