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Identification, Nomenclature, Genome Sizes, and Ploidy Levels of Liriope and Ophiopogon Taxa
Liriope Lour. and Ophiopogon Ker Gawl., collectively known as liriopogons, represent important evergreen groundcovers grown throughout the world for their ornamental features and medicinal qualities.Expand
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Ethnobotany ofClitoria (Leguminosae)
  • P. Fantz
  • Biology
  • Economic Botany
  • 11 July 1991
Reported economic uses of Clitoria (Leguminosae) are summarized based upon literature reports and label data obtained from examination of over 8000 herbarium vouchers. Reports are categorized byExpand
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Taxonomic Problems in Cultivated Liriopogons
foliage. Leaves may be green or variegated with marginal bands, longitudinal stripes, or, occasionally, with transverse bands of creams, yellows, white, or silver. Liriopogons commonly are knownExpand
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New Taxa of Canavalia subgenus Wenderothia (Leguminosae) from Brazil
A new species,C. saueri from Goiás, and a new variety,C. picta var. elliptica from Brasilia, D.F., are described following the style used by Sauer in his 1964 revision ofCanavalia. Illustrations ofExpand
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A Taxonomic Research Update of Cultivated Liriopogons
lAdditional index words. nomenclature, Liriope, Ophiopogon, Convallariaceae, Liliaceae, ornamental, ground covers Summary. A taxonomic revision of liriopogons (Liriope Lour., Ophiopogon Ker-Gawl)Expand
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White Glory weeping nectarine
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