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Scientific:
   Adonis vernalis (oxeye daisy) 
   Bocconia frutescens (sea oxeye daisy) 
   Leucanthemum vulgare (oxeye daisy) 

Synonyms:
   Adonis vernalis (spring pheasant's eye) 
   Chrysanthemum leucanthemum (oxeye daisy) 
   Chrysanthemum leucanthemum pinnatifidum (ox-eye daisy) 
   Chrysanthemum vulgare (tansy) 
   Chrysocyathus vernalis 
   Leucanthemum leucanthemum 
   Leucanthemum vulgare (oxeyedaisy) 
   Matricaria leucanthemum 
   Pyrethrum leucanthemum 
   Tanacetum leucanthemum 
   Tanacetum vulgare (Curled Tansy) 

Broader Terms:
   Adonis (Adonis) 
   Asterales 
   Chrysanthemum (daisy) 
   Leucanthemum (daisy) 
   Ranunculales 
   oxeye 

More Specific:
   Leucanthemum vulgare pujiulae 
 
 


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1.  The Detection of Toxic Compounds in Extracts of Callilepis laureola (Oxeye Daisy) and Senecio latifolius (Ragwort) by Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS).LinkIT
Snyman T, Crowther NJ
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 2022
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2.  Host Range and Impact of Dichrorampha aeratana, the First Potential Biological Control Agent for Leucanthemum vulgare in North America and Australia.LinkIT
Stutz S, De Clerck-Floate R, Hinz HL, McClay A, McConnachie AJ, Schaffner U
Insects, 2021
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3.  Biological invasion of oxeye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) in North America: Pre-adaptation, post-introduction evolution, or both?LinkIT
Stutz S, Mráz P, Hinz HL, Müller-Schärer H, Schaffner U
PloS one, 2018
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4.  Effects of Floral Scent, Color and Pollen on Foraging Decisions and Oocyte Development of Common Green Bottle Flies.LinkIT
Brodie BS, Smith MA, Lawrence J, Gries G
PloS one, 2015
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5.  Wild plant species growing closely connected in a subalpine meadow host distinct root-associated bacterial communities.LinkIT
Aleklett K, Leff JW, Fierer N, Hart M
PeerJ, 2015
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6.  Isolate identity determines plant tolerance to pathogen attack in assembled mycorrhizal communities.LinkIT
Lewandowski TJ, Dunfield KE, Antunes PM
PloS one, 2013
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7.  Pollinator and nonpollinator selection on ray morphology in Leucanthemum vulgare (oxeye daisy, Asteraceae).LinkIT
Andersson S
American journal of botany, 2008
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8.  Quality or quantity: the direct and indirect effects of host plants on herbivores and their natural enemies.LinkIT
Stiling P, Moon DC
Oecologia, 2005
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9.  Genetics and morphology in a Borrichia frutescens and B. arborescens (Asteraceae) hybrid zone.LinkIT
Cattell MV, Karl SA
American journal of botany, 2004
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10.  [Phytochemical study of the Siberian oxeye daisy growing in Transbaikalia].LinkIT
Dargaeva TD, Brutko LI
Farmatsiia, 1977
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