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Related to Conyza canadensis: Erigeron canadensis, Canadian fleabane, horseweed

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Host plant(s): Althea rosea (3, 6, 7,11); Amaranthus viridis (6, 7); Conyza canadensis (11); Rumex acetosa (1, 2, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14); Plantago major (13, 14); Galinosoga perviflora (11); Parthenium hysterophorus (1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 14); Sonchus asper (3, 6, 7, 11); Tagetes minuta (12); Taxaracum officinale (6, 7) and Withiana somnifera (6, 7).
Physiological and molecular insight on the mechanisms of resistance to glyphosate in Conyza canadensis (L.
12) De los 10 xenofitos mas frecuentes en AM, Conyza canadensis es probablemente uno de los mas extendidos en Europa, pues tambien estan presentes en Cataluna, Gran Bretana y Republica Checa, segun el reciente estudio de Chytry et al.
Salt stress effect on germination of Conyza canadensis and Conyza bonariensis seeds
y Homalodisca liturata Ball, en la planta hospedera Conyza canadensis (L.
5 -- Comptonia peregrina (sweet fern) * (T) -- -- -- Conyza canadensis (horseweed) * 2.
The work reported here is the first study, as far as we know, in which factors were manipulated in the field in order to investigate some of the ecological interactions influencing performance of two closely related introduced annuals, Conyza canadensis (L.
6), along with the annuals Froelichia floridana, Conyza canadensis, Crotonopsis linearis, Chamaecrista fasciculata, and young individuals of the perennial sedge Cyperus schweinitzii, all with importance values between 7.
Of the four species with the highest importance values in the seed bank, Conyza canadensis had moderate importance in the vegetation (Vegetation IV = 6.
A maioria das especies de asteraceas amostradas e nativa do Brasil, com excecoes para as especies: Chromolaena margaritensis (eupatorio), Chromolaena laevigata (cambara-falso), Conyza canadensis (buva), Chrysolaena flexuosa (assapeixe), Tagetes patula (tagetes), Bidens pilosa (picao-preto) e Baccharis trinervis (assapeixe-branco).