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Synonyms for bladderpod

North American wild lobelia having small blue flowers and inflated capsules formerly used as an antispasmodic

annual or perennial herbs with inflated seed pods

any of several plants of the genus Physaria having racemose yellow flowers and inflated pods

any of several hairy North American herbs having yellow racemose flowers and inflated pods

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[ClickPress, Tue Aug 27 2019] Global Bladderpod Oil Market Overview Bladderpod oil is significantly gaining attention and has created its own space across the globe.
[USPRwire, Thu Aug 15 2019] Bladderpod oil is significantly gaining attention and has created its own space across the globe.
The community consists of the harlequin bug (Murgantia histrionica; Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), a herbivore on bladderpod (Isomeris arborea; Capparaceae), and two specialist parasitoids (Trissolcus murgantiae; Hymenoptera: Scelionidae and Ooencyrtus johnsonii; Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) that attack the bug's eggs.
The conditions also brought impressive stands of yellow-flowered bladderpod and the blue-flowered blue phacelia.
Livestock producers have long been wary of these weeds, commonly known by such names as rattlebrush, rattlebox, coffeebean, bagpod, and bladderpod, because grazing animals as well as chickens and hogs can succumb to the powerful toxins in the seeds.
Summary: One of the factors that is likely to restrain the bladderpod oil market is the low awareness among people in APAC and MEA region.
Commonly referred to as Short's Bladderpod, Physaria globosa was federally listed as endangered in August 2014 throughout its range among Tennessee, Kentucky, and Indiana populations.
litis bladderpod Morning-Glory Convolvulaceae Family Calystegia macrostegia (Greene) Brummit ssp.
Ecological requirements of the zapata bladderpod Physaria thamnophila, an endangered Tamaulipan thornscrub plant.
Final Recovery Plan A plan to recover the Zapata bladderpod (Lesquerella thamnophila) was approved by the Southwest Regional Director in 2004, with concurrence from the Executive Director of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
The recovery plan is an important tool for private landowners who may be interested in contributing to Zapata bladderpod recovery,, and it will stimulate cooperation between the United States and Mexico.
rufimanus on the reproductive success of bladderpod. Larval feeding causes flower-bud abortion rates approaching 80% on infested plants, while plants protected from attack by insecticide have abortion rates below 20% during the period of beetle attack (Krupnick 1996).
Until recently, the Missouri bladderpod (Lesquerella filiformis) was found only in four southwestern Missouri counties.
In August of 2013, the US Fish and Wildlife Service proposed to list two Tennessee plants-Physaria globosa (Desv.) O'Kane & Al-Shehbaz (Short's bladderpod) and Helian thus verticillatus Small (whorled sunflower) -as endangered species and to designate critical habitat for these species under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (the Act).
Lesquerella gordonii (Gray) Wats., Gordon's bladderpod (C).