Speciation and genetic diversity in Centaurea
Here we analyze spatial patterns in mapped individuals to determine the influence of Centaurea
on two native species of the Great Lakes shoreline over a 6 y span in a long-term study plot.
Cupressus sempervirens Rosaceae Vicia cracca Bellis Taraxacum Centaurea
praetutiana, Carlina nebrodensis, Centaurea
cardo del caballo, flor de caballo Centaurea
Fletcher RA, Renney AJ (1963) A growth inhibitor found in Centaurea
Seeds from six different species were found in the droppings: Papaver somniferum (Papaveraceae), Centaurea
melitensis (Asteraceae), Amaranthus sp.
01), as well as both trichomic and thorny Centaurea
NAP is dominated by Artemisia, in spectra 3 and 4, it reaches 23% and 28%, and to a lesser extent by Centaurea
and other Compositae.
3 The hardiest annuals can be sown now to over-winter in the bed, for example Centaurea
, Delphinium, Iberis and Poppy.
Barnaby's thistle is the yellow star thistle, Centaurea
solstitialis, flowering on or near St.
Sow spring crops such as lettuces, peas and early flowers (cosmos, Centaurea
, poppies and Nigella to name a few).