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Lythrum

Overview page. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

(family Lythraceae, tribe Lythreae)

A genus of herbs and shrubs in which the leaves are either in whorls or opposite, usually simple, and with small or no stipules. The flowers are...

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Lythrum

Overview page. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

(family Lythraceae, tribe Lythreae)

A genus of herbs and shrubs in which the leaves are either in whorls or opposite, usually simple, and with small or no stipules. The flowers are...

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Lythrum

Edited by Michael Allaby.

in A Dictionary of Plant Sciences

January 2012; p ublished online January 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry. 68 words.

A genus of herbs and shrubs in which the leaves are either in whorls or opposite, usually simple,

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Lythrum

Edited by Michael Allaby.

in A Dictionary of Plant Sciences

January 2006; p ublished online January 2006 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry. 68 words.

(family Lythraceae, tribe Lythreae)

A genus of herbs and shrubs in which the leaves are either in whorls or

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Evidence of Hybridization Between <i>Lythrum salicaria</i> (Purple Loosestrife) and <i>L. alatum</i> (Winged Loosestrife) in North America

JAIMIE HOUGHTON-THOMPSON, HAROLD H. PRINCE, JAMES J. SMITH and JAMES F. HANCOCK.

in Annals of Botany

October 2005; p ublished online August 2005 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Ecology and Conservation; Evolutionary Biology; Plant Sciences and Forestry. 4632 words.

Background and Aims Although Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife) was introduced to North America from Europe in the early 1800s, it did not become invasive until the 1930s. Whether...

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Response to enemies in the invasive plant <i>Lythrum salicaria</i> is genetically determined

Srijana Joshi and Katja Tielbörger.

in Annals of Botany

November 2012; p ublished online April 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Ecology and Conservation; Evolutionary Biology; Plant Sciences and Forestry. 5400 words.

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The enemy release hypothesis assumes that invasive plants lose their co-evolved natural enemies during introduction into the new range....

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Neonate <i>Galerucella calmariensis</i> (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) Behavior on Purple Loosestrife (<i>Lythrum salicaria</i>) Contributes to Reduced Predation

Donald C. Sebolt and Douglas A. Landis.

in Environmental Entomology

October 2002; p ublished online August 2014 .

Journal Article. 4074 words.

Galerucella calmariensis L. has been widely released in North America to control Lythrum salicaria L., an invasive Eurasian wetland perennial. Previous studies suggest that...

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Variation in style morph frequencies in tristylous <i>Lythrum salicaria</i> in the Iberian Peninsula: the role of geographical and demographic factors

Joana Costa, Sílvia Castro, João Loureiro and Spencer C. H. Barrett.

in Annals of Botany

February 2016; p ublished online December 2015 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Ecology and Conservation; Evolutionary Biology; Plant Sciences and Forestry. 6797 words.

Background and Aims The balance between stochastic forces and negative frequency-dependent selection largely determines style morph frequencies in heterostylous populations....

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The Aerenchymatous Phellem of <i>Lythrum salicaria</i> (L.): a Pathway for Gas Transport and its Role in Flood Tolerance

KEVIN J. STEVENS, R. LARRY PETERSON and RICHARD J. READER.

in Annals of Botany

May 2002; p ublished online May 2002 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Ecology and Conservation; Evolutionary Biology; Plant Sciences and Forestry. 2980 words.

While the importance of cortical aerenchyma in flood tolerance is well established, this pathway for gaseous exchange is often destroyed during secondary growth. For woody species,...

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Influence of Natural and Simulated Leaf Beetle Herbivory on Biomass Allocation and Plant Architecture of Purple Loosestrife (<i>Lythrum salicaria</i> L.)

Marjolein Schat and Bernd Blossey.

in Environmental Entomology

August 2005; p ublished online August 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Entomology. 5933 words.

Herbivore attack has important consequences on plant performance and on plant community composition, and understanding plant responses to herbivory is important for improving our ability to...

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Trophic interactions between two herbivorous insects, <i>Galerucella calmariensis</i> and <i>Myzus lythri,</i> feeding on purple loosestrife, <i>Lythrum salicaria,</i> and two insect predators, <i>Harmonia axyridis</i> and <i>Chrysoperla carnea</i>

Bethzayda Matos and John J. Obrycki.

in Journal of Insect Science

P ublished online May 2007 .

Journal Article. 4133 words.

The effects of two herbivorous insects, Galerucella calmariensis Duftschmid and Myzus lythri L. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), feeding on purple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria L....

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