Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Nemophila menziesii

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[Total number of keywords: 453]

 

pollination (6), Fitness (5), gynodioecy (5), pollinators (5), Seed size (5), Floral herbivory (4), genetic variation (4), Heritability (4), Maternal effects (4), Nemophila (4), Verbascum nigrum (4), anthocyanins (3), cytoplasmic male sterility (3), gene flow (3), Habitat fragmentation (3), Herbivores (3), herbivory (3), Inbreeding depression (3), Local adaptation (3), Phenotypic plasticity (3), Phylogeny (3), seed dormancy (3), sugar beet pectin (3), Acorn size (2), Acyltransferase (2), Adaptation (2), altitude (2), Andrena (2), Annual and perennial populations (2), Blue pigment (2), Bombus spp. (2), Caffeoylshikimic acid (2), Chlorogenic acid (2), Cionus nigritarsis (2), Climate change (2), competition (2), CYP98A (2), Drought (2), Elymus glaucus (2), floral display (2), flowers (2), functional similarity (2), germination (2), Glucosinolates (2), Green leaf volatiles (2), hybridization (2), Indirect defence (2), Induced defence (2), invasive plant (2), Metal-chelate complexes (2), Parasitoids (2), phenotypic selection (2), Phenylpropanoid metabolism (2), Plantago coronopus (2), Pollinator visitation (2), Populations (2), Quercus suber (2), Reproductive success (2), restoration of male fertility (2), Rosmarinic acid (2), Seed set (2), sex ratio (2), soil moisture (2), Spatial variability (2), Terpenoids (2), 2′-cinnamoylsalicortin (1), Above and belowground interactions (1), Acalymma vittatum (1), adaptive strategy (1), Al3+ (1), Andrenidae (1), annual plants (1), ant guards (1), Aphid (1), Aphid food-web (1), Arabidopsis thaliana (1), asexual (1), Atta sexdens (1), attractiveness (1), bet hedging (1), Beta vulgaris spp. maritima (1), biodiversity (1), Biodiversity conservation (1), Biological control (1), Biscutella didyma (1), Boraginaceae (1), Bromus diandrus (1), Bromus fasciculatus (1), butternut squash (1), Calcium (1), California (1), Callandrena (1), Castilleja exserta (1), Centaurea solstitialis (1), chemical defence (1), Chile (1), climatic gradient (1), clinal variation (1), clutch size (1), Cnidoscolus aconitifolius (1), common garden (1), Community assembly (1), community ecology (1), composite fitness (1), conservation biological control (1), conservation biology (1), corolla (1), correlational selection (1), cost of restoration (1), cover crop (1), cover crops (1), Cox regression (1), Cucurbita moschata (1), cultivation (1), cyanogenesis (1), Cytochrome oxidase (1), Cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) (1), Daily light integral (1), Defense allocation (1), Defensive compounds (1), dimorphic flower (1), Dioecy (1), direct effects (1), direct-maternal covariance (1), discrete multivariate analysis (1), Distribution limits (1), drift (1), DUN population (1), E,E-α-farnesene (1), Echinacea purpurea (1), ecological factors (1), ecological fitting (1), ecological genetics (1), Ecological restoration (1), Ecosystem services (1), Elongation factor 1-α (1), Endosperm (1), environmental gradient (1), Environmental response (1), Euphydryas editha quino (1), evolutionary filters (1), evolutionary models (1), Evolutionary response (1), Extinction (1), extrafloral nectar (1), facultative biennial (1), Failure-time analysis (1), Fe3+ (1), female advantage (1), field rainfall manipulations (1), fitness cost (1), fitness reduction (1), Floral defence (1), floral morphology (1), floral repellence (1), floral shape (1), florivores (1), florivory (1), flower evolution (1), Flower induction (1), Flower initiation (1), Flower scent (1), Flower–pollinator interaction (1), flowering time (1), functional dioecy (1), gain curves (1), Generalization (1), generations (1), genetic control (1), genetic correlations (1), genetic covariance (1), Genetic drift (1), genetics of life-history traits (1), Genotype×environment interactions (1), genotype-environment interaction (1), geometric morphometrics (1), germination day (1), Germination timing (1), Glechoma longituba (1), global climate change (1), grapevines (1), grassland (1), Grindelia camporum (1), growth (1), Growth chamber experiment (1), gynodioecious (1), gynodioecious orchid (1), Hakea (1), half-sib family (1), haplodiploid (1), HDL (1), herbicides (1), Herbivore guild (1), hermaphroditism (1), heterostyly (1), host range (1), Hutterites (1), Hymenocarpos circinnatus (1), imprinting (1), inbreeding load (1), indirect effects (1), indirect genetic effects (1), insectary plants (1), Internet resource (1), invasive species (1), Irradiance response group (1), Lasthenia fremontii (1), Leaf galler (1), leaf unfolding (1), life history evolution (1), Light (1), light availability (1), Light intensity (1), Logistic regression (1), Lupine (1), major genes (1), male and female fitness (1), male and female success (1), male sterility (1), matched mating (1), maternal effect (1), maternal environment (1), maternal inheritance (1), Maximum likelihood, restricted (REML) (1), metapopulation (1), migration (1), Mimulus guttatus (1), Minnesota (1), morphological floral barriers (1), Mutation (1), Mycorrhizas (1), native perennial grasses (1), Native plants (1), natural selection (1), natural selection and contemporary evolution (1), Nemophila menziesii (1), niche breadth (1), Nierembergia linariifolia (1), non-dormancy (1), nuclear–cytoplasmic incompatibilities (1), nuclear-cytoplasmic polymorphism (1), Odour signal (1), offspring (1), Offspring performance (1), oil-producing flowers (1), opportunity for selection (1), outcrossing (1), oviposition (1), Parametric bootstrap (1), Parasites (1), Parental effects (1), parent–offspring conflict (1), Pathogens (1), Peponapis pruinosa (1), Phacelia dubia (1), phenolic glycosides (1), phenology (1), phenotype (1), phenotypic variation (1), Photoperiod response group (1), Phytoremediation (1), plant biochemistry (1), plant breeding (1), plant competition (1), plant damage (1), plant density (1), plant genetics (1), plant morphology (1), plant physiology (1), plant taxonomy (1), Plant–insect interactions (1), Plantago erecta (1), Plant–insect interactions (1), pollen (1), pollen flow (1), pollen limitation (1), pollen presentation theory (1), pollen volatiles (1), pollination syndrome (1), Pollinator attraction (1), pollinator visitation rate (1), pollinia (1), population ecology (1), Population(s) (1), Prairie (1), predictive germination (1), primary attractant (1), propagule size (1), Proteaceae (1), Purple coneflower (1), Quantitative genetics (1), quantitative variation (1), Quercus petraea (1), Quino checkerspot butterfly (1), Quinolizidine alkaloids (1), Radioecology (1), Raman spectroscopy (1), range limits (1), reciprocal diallel cross (1), Risk assessment (1), Ruthenium (1), Salicaceae (1), salicortin (1), Salix sericea (1), Satyrium ciliatum (1), secondary attractant (1), seed characteristics (1), seed flow (1), seed germination (1), seed mass (1), seed production (1), seed viability (1), seed weight (1), Seedling emergence (1), Seedling fitness (1), selection (1), self compatibility (1), selfish elements (1), Sequential dependency (1), sex function (1), sex-ratio (1), sexual polymorphisms (1), sexual reproduction (1), sexual selection (1), shade tolerance (1), shape (1), Soil-to-plant transfer (1), solitary bee (1), source–sink dynamics (1), spatial structure (1), Specialists (1), specialization (1), species interactions (1), sperm (1), spinescence (1), Strontium (1), structural defence (1), survival (1), symmetry (1), Trophic level (1), variance in relative fitness (1), vernal pools (1), Vitis vinifera (1), weed control (1), wild plants (1), wildlife management (1), willow (1), xenia (1)

 

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