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The complete trees of North America : field guide and natural history
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The complete trees of North America: field guide and natural history can be found at: www.nasa.gov/trees.
MORPHOLOGY AND ANATOMY OF FLORAL AND EXTRAFLORAL NECTARIES IN CAMPSIS (BIGNONIACEAE)
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The genus Campsis (Bignoniaceae), with one New World and one Old World species, is unusual among temperate plants in having five distinct nectary sites, representing an advanced strategy for ant attraction.
Functional androdioecy in the flowering plant Datisca glomerata
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Functional androdioecy is described in the flowering plant Datisca glomerata (Presl.) Baill (Datiscaceae) and it is suggested that the condition evolved from a dioecious precursor, and not from hermaphroditism as is commonly postulated for the evolution of androdIOecy.
THE FOLIAR AND FLORAL NECTARIES OF TURNERA ULMIFOLIA L.
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Observations of flowering confirmed the reported short duration of the individual flowers and the nectar from foliar nectaries contained equal concentrations of glucose, fructose, and sucrose.
Nectar: Its Production and Functions in Trumpet Creeper
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Studies of the trumpet creeper reveal five distinct nectary systems, a phenomenon never before reported among temperate zone plants, which clearly demonstrates the ant-guard symbiosis usually associated only with tropical or subtropical species.
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