Bidens frondosa

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Bidens frondosa

a North American plant in the Asteraceae family; may cause nitrite poisoning in ruminants because of a high content of nitrate. Called also beggar tick.
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Molecular basis of resistance to als-inhibitor herbicides in greater beggarticks.
In bean + brachiaria and bean + beggarticks associations, no difference was observed in chlorophyll content (CHL) with the increment of plant density.
Leaf discs measuring 8 mm in diameter were punched from green (young) and yellow (senescent) vegetation collected from 4 species of plants: creeping indigo; perennial peanut, Arachis glabrata (Fabaceae); wild poinsettia; and common beggarticks, Bidens alba (Asteraceae).
2007) wild oat (Avena fatua) hairy beggarticks (Bidens pilosa) (Batish et al.
9: Beggarticks stick to your pants legs and to your sheep.
Who can resist such gems as tea of beggarticks (Bidens spp) for dry mucous membranes, cinquefoil (Potentilla spp) paste for healthy cuticles or a yummy blackcurrant sugar?
family Asteraceae) is an annual plant, 30-100 cm in height with yellow flowers (common names include threelobe beggarticks, water agrimony and Burr marigold).
reticulata Tangelo Discorea bulbifera Air potato Citrus sinensis Orange Rubus cuneifolius Sand blackberry Baccharis halmifolia Groundsel Smilax smalli Lance-leaf greenbrier Passiflora incarnata Passion vine Weeds Poinsettia cyathophora Painted leaf Cnidoscolus stimulosus Tread softly Phyllanthus urinaria Chamber bitter Desmodium tortuosum Florida beggarweed Oldenlandia corymbosa Old world diamond-flower Richardia scabra Florida pusley Digitaria ischaemum Smooth crabgrass Chenopodium ambrosioides Mexican tea Phytolacca americana Pokeweed Melothria pendula Creeping cucumber Cyperus globulosus Globe sedge Bidens alba Beggarticks Ambrosia artemisiifolia Common ragweed Amaranthus hybridus Smooth pigweed Semiaquatic or aquatic plants Colocasia esculenta Wild taro Typha sp.
5: The first of the beggarticks and bur marigolds bloom in the wetlands.
30: When the last of the garden phlox die back, then ragweed time winds down and the year's final tier of wildflowers is budding: beggarticks, bur marigolds, asters and zigzag goldenrod.
Lamb's quarter, beggarticks, pigweed, and amaranth sprout, and the first periwinkle petals unfold throughout Pennsylvania.