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   Bracteantha bracteata (strawflower) 
   Helichrysum bracteatum (strawflower) 
   Xeranthemum bracteatum 
   Xerochrysum bracteatum 

Broader Terms:
   Helichrysum (strawflower) 
   Xeranthemum (Immortelle) 

More Specific:
   Helichrysum bracteatum viscosum 
Latest Articles on Xerochrysum bracteatum (Vent.) Tzvelev from uBioRSS
Everlasting flower - FLOWERS Photo Pool
Strawflower - FLOWERS Photo Pool

Xerochrysum bracteatum
Australian National Botanic Gardens

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Common Names: everlasting, strawflower, Paper Daisy

101.  Rhizobitoxine production and symbiotic compatibility of Bradyrhizobium from Asian and North American lineages of amphicarpaea.LinkIT
Parker MA, Peters NK
Canadian journal of microbiology, 2001

102.  Two flavonoids and other compounds from the aerial parts of Centaurea bracteata from Italy.LinkIT
Flamini G, Antognoli E, Morelli I
Phytochemistry, 2001

103.  Cytotoxic prenylxanthones from Garcinia bracteata.LinkIT
Thoison O, Fahy J, Dumontet V, Chiaroni A, Riche C, Tri MV, Sévenet T
Journal of natural products, 2000

104.  Host plant species effects on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in tallgrass prairie.LinkIT
Eom AH, Hartnett DC, Wilson GW
Oecologia, 2000

105.  Phenotypic Integration and the Plasticity of Integration in an Amphicarpic Annual.LinkIT
Callahan HS, Waller DM
International journal of plant sciences, 2000

106.  Relationships of bradyrhizobia from the legumes Apios americana and Desmodium glutinosum.LinkIT
Parker MA
Applied and environmental microbiology, 1999

107.  Diversity and relationships of Bradyrhizobia from Amphicarpaea bracteata based on partial nod and ribosomal sequences.LinkIT
Sterner JP, Parker MA
Systematic and applied microbiology, 1999

108.  Mutualism in Metapopulations of Legumes and Rhizobia.LinkIT
Parker MA
The American naturalist, 1999

109.  Effects of bison and cattle on growth, reproduction, and abundances of five tallgrass prairie forbs.LinkIT
Damhoureyeh S, Hartnett D
American journal of botany, 1997

110.  Symbiotic specialization and the potential for genotypic coexistence in a plant-bacterial mutualism.LinkIT
Wilkinson HH, Parker MA
Oecologia, 1996