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amorpha

An obsolete term for a disease which does not cause any structural changes.
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Solidago nemoralis, Aster azureus, Amorpha canescens, and Coreopsis
In this study we quantified the extent of selective grazing by mammalian herbivores on five legume species common in both tallgrass prairie restorations and nearby prairie remnants; Amorpha canescens Pursh, Dalea Candida Michx.
The total numbers of individuals sampled of each species across all blocks were: Amorpha (171), D.
Amorpha canescens macrofossils first appear 2900 yr BP, although the pollen data suggest that it may have been present earlier; it is one of the most commonly found macrofossils of prairie habitats (Watts and Winter 1966, Van Zant 1979, R.
27) and Amorpha [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1D OMITTED] (F = 1.
a thistle; Vicia americana, American purple vetch (not on our list); Rhus glabra, smooth sumac; Asclepias speciosa, showy milkweed; Toxicodendron radicans, poison ivy; Apocynum cannabinum, hemp dogbane; Helianthus petiolaris, plains sunflower; Amorpha fruticosa, wildindigo; Gaura coccinea, scarlet gaura; Monarda pectinata, a mint not on our list; Potamogeton nodosus, floating-leaf pondweed; Rubus occidentalis, black raspberry; Sparganium eurycarpum, bur-reed; Callirhoe involucrata, purple poppy-mallow; Plantago patagonica, woolly plantain; and Anemone canadensis, meadow anemone.
The nucleus is euchromatinic with scarce heterochromatin, the nucleoli have a clear pars amorpha.
indicated that co-flowering Amorpha canescens Pursh competed with Echinacea angustifolia De Candolle for Bombus pollinators rather than facilitating its pollination.
Amorpha canescens Pursh: P39808 Dalea purpurea Vent.
Amorpha canescens (leadplant) and Cornus drummondii (gray dogwood) were representative of NDW species.
Non-native species are indicated by an asterisk Scientific name Common name Amorpha glabra Desf.
The majority of the more conservative taxa including, Amorpha canescens Pursh (leadplant), Anemone cylindrica Gray (thimbleweed), Asclepias amplexicaulis Small (sand milkweed), Dalea purpurea Vent.