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56 Possible Causes for Campanula

  • Platycodon Grandiflorus

    Campanula L. Other names for this basionym: ! Platycodon grandiflorus (Jacq.) A. DC. Projects: China Keywords: FCC, FNA[] Annotation: as "grandiflorum" Type-Protologue Locality: China: Hubei: Fanxian Shan, c. 1000 m, Aug. 1906 Collector and Number: Silvestri 2427 Institution(s): PT: FI Basionym: Campanula[] Name Status Confidence level Source Date supplied Campanula gentianoides Lam. [Illegitimate] Synonym WCSP 2012-03-23 Campanula glauca Thunb.[]

  • Lobelia

    Well known species include bellflowers ( Campanula species) and balloon flower ( Platycodon grandiflorus ). About 415 species of Lobelia are known.[] The genus is distinguished from Campanula by the irregular corolla and completely united anthers and by the excessive acridity of the milky juice.[] […] americana Harebell Campanula rotundifolia White Tinged Sedge Carex albicans Creek Sedge Carex amphibola Copper Shouldered Oval Sedge Carex bicknellii Ivory Sedge Carex eburnea[]

  • Pulsatilla Vulgaris

    […] sites where P. vulgaris is common, the grassland is characteristically rich in species, with a high proportion of dicotyledons including, most commonly, Asperula cynanchica, Campanula[]

  • Tamus Communis

    […] pelviformis Campanula spatulata Capparis spinosa Cardamine hirsute Cardaria braba Carex flacca Carlina corymbosa Carlina sitiaca Catapodium marinum Centaurea aegiolophila[] Perfoliata Borago officinalis Bromus fasciculatus Bromus intermedius Bryonia cretica C Cakile maritima Calendula arvensis Calicotome villosa Calium apapire Calystegia sepium Campanula[]

  • Codonopsis

    Exine structure of pantoporate Campanula (Campanulaceae) species. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 79: 65_80. Punt, W., S. Blackmore, S. Nilsson, and A. LeThomas. 1994.[] However, if it were sunk, then it would also be reasonable to sink Adenophora into Campanula because the former genus differs from the latter only in having a nectar disk[] Flowers small, corolla 5-12 mm; fruit dehiscing irregularly via ruptures and tears of membranous or papery pericarp (15) 14 (13) Flowers without an obvious nectar disk. 9 Campanula[]

  • Aquilegia

    Companions: Columbines are lovely with other denizens of light shade such as Ferns, Tiarella, Campanula, Alchemilla, Phlox divaricata, and Pulmonaria, and truly enliven woodland[] Campanula rotundifolia makes a fine companion plant.[]

  • Ficus Benjamina

    Campanula glomerata ) may coagulate within less than two seconds [11] . Figure 1. Laticifer types of plant species used in this study.[] Fresh, uncoagulated latex of Campanula glomerata could not be measured, as it coagulates irreversibly before or while stirring in the dispersion unit.[] Citation: Bauer G, Gorb SN, Klein M-C, Nellesen A, von Tapavicza M, Speck T (2014) Comparative Study on Plant Latex Particles and Latex Coagulation in Ficus benjamina , Campanula[]

  • Arisaema Triphyllum

    […] americana Harebell Campanula rotundifolia White Tinged Sedge Carex albicans Creek Sedge Carex amphibola Copper Shouldered Oval Sedge Carex bicknellii Ivory Sedge Carex eburnea[] Cream False Indigo Baptisia bracteata White False Indigo Baptisia lactea Sideoats Grama Bouteloua curtipendula Purple Poppy Mallow Callirhoe involucrata Tall Bellflower Campanula[]

  • Ranunculus Poisoning

    To investigate the effect on bee larval development, we added ranunculin to the pollen provisions of the Campanula specialist bee Chelostoma rapunculi and the Asteraceae specialist[] Bellflower Campanula spp . Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemum spp. Spring beauty Claytonia spp. Fragile Fern Cystopteris fragilis Toothwort Dentaria spp.[]

  • Aristolochia Petersiana

    […] lactiflora Milky Bellflower Campanulaceae 3 0 Campanula lasiocarpa Mountain harebell Campanulaceae 2 0 Canarium luzonicum Manila Elemi Burseraceae Canarium carapifolium G.Perkins[] […] sprout in 3 days ¶48 ] asclepias syriaca ¶sprout in 8 days ¶49 ] adenium ¶sprout in 16 days ¶50]massonia ¶sprout in 29 days ¶51]Lychnis ¶sprout in 15 days ¶52 ] campanula[] GRIN #: 8765 COMMON NAME : STANDARD COMMON NAME : FAMILY : Campanulaceae LATIN NAME : Campanula latifolia STANDARD PLANT NAME : Campanula latifolia L.[]

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