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Phylogenetic Significance of Interspecific Hybridization in Jatropha (Euphorbiaceae)
Jatropha is a morphologically diverse genus of 160-175 species of trees, shrubs, rhi- zomatous subshrubs, and geophytes, distributed primarily in the seasonally dry tropics. The results of attemptedExpand
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Landscape Plants for Subtropical Climates
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CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD A MONOGRAPH OF NEOTROPICAL JATROPHA - PHENETIC AND PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSES
Phenetic analysis of the New World Jatropha L. species generally supports the 1979 classification of the genus by Dehgan and Webster. The distinctness of subgenera Curcas (Adans.) Pax and Jatropha,Expand
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THREE NEW SPECIES OF JATROPHA (EUPHORBIACEAE) FROM WESTERN MEXICO
J. and M. G. Barbour (eds.). Terrestrial vegetation of California. Wiley Interscience, New York. Vogl, R. J. and В. C. Miller. 1968. The vegetational composition of the south slope of Mt. Pinos,Expand
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COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF THE PETIOLE AND INFRAGENERIC RELATIONSHIPS IN JATROPHA (EUPHORBIACEAE)
Anatomical features of the petiole in several species of Jatropha L. (Euphorbiaceae) are presented as evidence in support of infrageneric relationships. A trilacunar 3-trace nodal pattern is typicalExpand
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Photinia and Podocarpus Growth Response to a Hydrophilic Polymer-amended Medium
Photinia ×fraseri Dress and Podocarpus macrophyllus (Thunb.) D. Don were grown in a Metro-Mix 500 medium amended with 0.0%,0.25%,0.5%,0.75%, or l.0% (by volume) of a K-based hydrophilic polymer andExpand
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