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

Nuphar advena

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Coastal wetlands (11), Great Lakes (7), water quality (7), Wetlands (5), Chloroplast genome (4), matK (4), nuphar advena (4), Restoration (4), RNA editing (4), Water depth (4), Elodea canadensis (3), Lake Erie (3), macrophyte (3), Macrophytes (3), Myriophyllum spicatum (3), Nymphaea odorata (3), 454 pyrosequencing (2), Alternative states (2), Bayesian inference (2), Canonical correspondence analysis (2), Ceratophyllum demersum (2), chloroplast DNA (2), Chloroplast transcription (2), Chloroplast/plastid genome (2), coastal marshes (2), Co-correspondence analysis (2), Common carp (2), Conservation (2), cpDNA phylogenomics (2), Degradation (2), deltas (2), Ecological index (2), Estuarine (2), Fish (2), Freshwater aquatic plant (2), Gene sampling (2), Hevea brasiliensis (2), Ikonos (2), Image segmentation (2), Internet resource (2), Invasive (2), Inverted repeat (2), ITS (2), Juvenile growth (2), LOES (2), Long-term (2), Low oxygen escape syndrome (2), Maximum parsimony (2), Methane (2), Mitochondrial transcription (2), Monocot phylogeny (2), National Estuarine Research Reserve (2), NERR (2), Nuphar (2), Nymphaeaceae (2), Object-based classification (2), Oil palm (2), Optimal bands (2), Phylogenetic effect of natural selection and nucleotide substitution rate (2), Phylogenetic relationship (2), plant morphology (2), Potamogeton (2), Pressure-flow (2), Pristine (2), Promoter (2), Regulation of transcription (2), RNA polymerase (2), Seed germination (2), Seed provenance (2), Seedling growth (2), Smilax (2), Submergence-escape (2), Taxon sampling (2), Taxonomic revision (2), Texture (2), trnK intron (2), Wild rice (2), Zizania aquatica L. 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retention of one copy and loss/silencing of the other, leading to a pseudogene (1), gene duplication (1), gene duplication in plants - homoeolog loss vs. retention in polyploids, changes in gene expression due to polyploidization (1), gene expression regulation (1), gene loss (1), gene structure (1), Genome evolution (1), genome rearrangement (1), geographical variation (1), Great Lakes water levels (1), gymnosperm (1), habitat restoration (1), herbivores (1), history (1), homeodomain proteins (1), homeotic genes (1), horticultural crops (1), horticulture (1), Host races (1), Host specificity (1), Host switching (1), Humic substances (1), Hydrilla verticillata (1), Hydrocharitaceae (1), Hyperspectral (1), Hyperspectral imagery (1), Illicium floridanum (1), in situ hybridization (1), Indiana (1), Indirect effects (1), INNER NO OUTER (1), Intron loss (1), invasive aquatic plant (1), invasive species (1), ITS2-4 (1), justicia americana (1), lagoons (1), Lake Erie wetlands (1), lakes (1), Landsat TM (1), Late Holocene (1), leaves (1), Leguminosae (1), Lemna (1), literature reviews (1), Little Ice Age (1), Littoral zone (1), Long-term decomposition (1), macroalgae (1), Macrophyte cover (1), MADS-box protein (1), Magnolia grandiflora (1), marshes - wetlands dominated by herbaceous vascular plants (1), Mattaponi River, VA (1), Megamelus scutellaris (1), Methane emission (1), Michigan (1), microRNA172 (1), microsatellite (1), Mid-Atlantic Coast (1), Missouri (1), molecular evolution (1), Molecular phylogenetics (1), Molecular phylogeny (1), molecular sequence data (1), Molecular taxonomy (1), Monocots (1), mtDNA (1), najas flexilis (1), najas guadalupensis (1), nelumbo lutea (1), Nipissing rise (1), Nitrogen isotope (1), Nitrogenase activity (1), Noctuidae (1), nucleotide sequences (1), nutrient content (1), nymphaea tuberosa (1), Nymphaeales (1), Ontario (1), Orontium (1), Oxygen (1), palynomorphs (1), Peat stratigraphy (1), peatland or mire (1), phosphatidylethanolamine-binding proteins (PEBPs) (1), Phylogeny (1), Phylogeny of legumes (1), phytophilous macroinvertebrates (1), Pistia stratiotes (1), plant cultural practices (1), plant density (1), plant genetics (1), plant proteins (1), Plant-animal interactions (1), plants (1), Plastid genetic engineering (1), Plastid genome (1), plastid genome sequencing (1), Pollen (1), pollination (1), pollinators (1), polymerase chain reaction (1), polyploidy, evolutionary force in plants, ferns and angiosperms - genetic and genomic approaches in understanding polyploidy (1), potamogeton amplifolius (1), Potamogeton crispus (1), Potamogeton lucens (1), potamogeton natans (1), poultry feeding (1), Rapidly evolving genomic regions (1), rbcL (1), Regional scale (1), Remote sensing (1), review (1), sawgrass marsh (1), sea level changes (1), sea level rise (1), Sediment deposition (1), sedimentation (1), seed productivity (1), selfing (1), Shark River Slough (1), simple sequence repeat (1), Soil organic matter (1), soils (1), Spatial resolution (1), Speciation (1), species differences (1), Spectral Angle Mapper (SAM) (1), Spectral resolution (1), stems (1), Stuckenia pectinata (1), Submersed vascular plant (1), Sympatric speciation (1), telomerase (1), TERMINAL FLOWER1 (TFL1) (1), Texas (1), threats to wetlands (1), tidal freshwater wetland (1), Tidal freshwater wetlands (1), transcriptome profiling (1), tree islands (1), trnK introns (1), Trophic cascades (1), turbidity maximum (1), Typha latifolia (1), United States (1), universal primers (1), Utricularia (1), Vallisneria americana (1), vegetation establishment (1), wetland (1), wetland biota (1), wetland distribution (1), wetland ecosystems and goods and services (1), wetland hierarchy and deepwater US wetland habitats (1), wetland macrophyte index (1), wetland managers and decision making process (1), wetland resources - distribution and diversity (1), Wolffia (1), Wolffiella (1), YABBY2 (1), YABBY5 (1)

 

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