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  • Helianthus simulans, Helianthus smithii, Helianthus strumosus, Helianthus tuberosus, Helianthus verticillatus, Helianthus ×laetiflorus Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2:
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  • Calopogon multiflorus, Calopogon oklahomensis, Calopogon pallidus, Calopogon tuberosus R. Brown in W. Aiton and W. T. Aiton, Hortus Kew. 5: 204. 1813. Douglas
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  • genusCalopogon speciesCalopogon tuberosus Show Lower Taxa Calopogon tuberosus var. simpsonii, Calopogon tuberosus var. tuberosus (Linnaeus) Britton Prelim.
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  • Calopogon tuberosus var. tuberosus (category Calopogon tuberosus)
    subtribe Bletiinae genusCalopogon speciesCalopogon tuberosus varietyCalopogon tuberosus var. tuberosus Douglas H. Goldman, Lawrence K. Magrath, Paul M. Catling
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  • Calopogon tuberosus var. simpsonii (category Calopogon tuberosus)
    Arethuseae) subtribe Bletiinae genusCalopogon speciesCalopogon tuberosus varietyCalopogon tuberosus var. simpsonii (Small) Magrath Sida 13: 371. 1989. Douglas
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  • Cyperus fulvescens Elliott Cyperus phymatodes Pursh Cyperus repens Cyperus tuberosus Treatment appears in FNA Volume 23. Treatment on page 169. Mentioned on
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  • (tribe Heliantheae) subtribe Helianthinae genusHelianthus speciesHelianthus tuberosus Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 905. 1753. Edward E. Schilling Common names: Jerusalem
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  • pauciflorus is complex and is complicated by hybridization with H. tuberosus. Hybrids with H. tuberosus are known as H. ×laetiflorus, which is frequently cultivated
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  • 1995, 1997; S. G. Smith 1995). The name Scirpus tuberosus Desfontaines (= S. maritimus Linnaeus var. tuberosus (Desfontaines) Roemer & Schultes) was misapplied
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  • Several members of Basellaceae are edible. Tubers of “ulluco” (Ullucus tuberosus Caldas) were probably an important crop in Peru and Ecuador in pre-Columbian
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  • cactus dahlia hedgehog cactus sacasil Illustrated Synonyms: Echinocereus tuberosus (Poselger) Rümpler Wilcoxia poselgeri (Lemaire) Britton & Rose Treatment
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  • flowers later than all species of Calopogon, with the exception of C. tuberosus. None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"genus","name":"Calopogon"
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  • possibly derived from ancient hybridization between C. barbatus and C. tuberosus (D. H. Goldman 2000). Goldman, D. H. 1995. A new species of Calopogon from
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  • including H. decapetalus, H. hirsutus, and H. tuberosus, further complicates the situation. It differs from H. tuberosus in having glabrous (or glabrate) stems
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  • ×laetiflorus are usually interpreted to be hybrids and backcrosses of H. tuberosus and H. pauciflorus; they are widely cultivated and often escape. An alternative
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  • ray laminae. It intergrades and has been reported to hybridize with H. tuberosus. It is cultivated and usually sold under the long-misapplied name H. tomentosus
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  • to the plants mentioned previously, the Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) was also cultivated in eastern North America. Because no archaeological
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  • trade. Other crop plants from native species worth mention are Helianthus tuberosus, the Jerusalem artichoke, and Parthenium argentatum, the guayule, a source
    270 KB (5,940 words) - 20:37, 6 November 2020