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Streptanthus hispidus

Known as: Mount Diablo jewelflower, Streptanthus hispidus A.Gray 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
Metal hyperaccumulation can increase plant resistance to herbivory, but tolerance as an herbivore defense has been little… Expand
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2017
2017
AimsDevelopmentally distinct soil formations (e.g., serpentine vs. non-serpentine soils) can vary markedly in chemical… Expand
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Review
2006
Review
2006
Abstract Nickel hyperaccumulator plants contain at least 1,000 µg Ni/g dry mass. Their high-Ni tissues present a chemically… Expand
2001
2001
Abstract The recent discovery of herbivores that feed on Ni-hyperaccumulating plants and contain elevated Ni concentrations in… Expand
2001
2001
Hyperaccumulated Ni can defend plant tissues against herbivores and pathogens. The effectiveness of this defense, however, has… Expand
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Review
2000
Review
2000
Plants use chemical defences to reduce damage from herbivores and the effectiveness of these defences can be altered by biotic… Expand
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Highly Cited
1999
Highly Cited
1999
The technique of phytomining involves growing a crop of a metal-hyperaccumulating plant species, harvesting the biomass and… Expand
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1999
1999
Summary. Nickel hyperaccumulation, resulting in plant Ni contents of >1000 mg kg−1 dry mass, has been shown to defend plants… Expand
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1989
1989
The release of boron-laden mist from the cooling towers of some geothermal power stations in northern California potentially… Expand
1982
1982
Streptanthus carinatus and S. arizonicus (Cruciferae) are mainly allopatric in southwestern United States; they are sympatric in… Expand
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