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Fra·ser

(frā'zĕr),
George R., 20th-century British geneticist. See: Fraser syndrome.

Fra·ser

(frā'zĕr),
Alexander, Canadian pathologist, 1869-1939. See: Fraser-Lendrum stain for fibrin.
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Frasera speciosa was studied on private land at the Foxtail (39 [degrees] 12[minutes] N, 106 [degrees] 00[minutes] W; 3048 m) and Stadium (39 [degrees] 14[minutes] N, 105 [degrees] 59 [minutes] W; 3000 m) sites.
This study shows that seedlings of both Frasera speciosa and Cirsium scopulorum were associated with adult remains in nature; that seedlings found naturally beneath parental cover were more likely to establish; that cover by adult debris conserved soil moisture in seedling microsites and reduced water loss from seedling tissues; and that cover enhanced seedling establishment.
The ecology of the pollinators and predators of Frasera speciosa.