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Ryan M. Warner

on the cultivated Malvaceae 1. Hibiscus Baileya 13 56 130 Bonhomme, R. 2000 Bases and limits to using ‘degree·day’ units Eur. J. Agron. 13 1 10 Erwin, J. 2006 Factors affecting flowering

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Ryan N. Contreras, John M. Ruter and Brian M. Schwartz

Contreras, R.N. Ruter, J.M. Hanna, W.W. 2009 An oryzalin-induced autoallooctoploid of Hibiscus acetosella Welw. ex Hiern. ‘Panama Red’ (Malvaceae) J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 134 553 559 Contreras, R

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Kelly J. Vining, Ryan N. Contreras, Martin Ranik and Steven H. Strauss

polyploids include the Theaceae ( Ackerman and Dermen, 1972 ), Rosaceae ( Kermani et al., 2003 ), Ericaceae ( Contreras et al., 2007 ; Jones et al., 2008 ; Kehr, 1996 ), Bignoniaceae ( Olsen et al., 2006a ), Malvaceae ( Contreras et al., 2009 ; Egolf, 1970

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Lihong Hao, Hui Ma, Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva and XiaoNan Yu

Pollen and stomata morphometrics and polyploidy in Eriotheca (Malvaceae-Bombacoideae) Plant Biol. 16 508 511 Punt, W. Hoen, P.P. Blackmore, S. Nilsson, S. Le Thomas, A. 2007 Glossary of pollen and spores terminology Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 143 71 81

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Supriyo Basak, Guangyan Wang, Xudong Sun and Yongping Yang

variation in flowering plants Ann. Bot. 95 127 132 Benor, S. Fuchs, J. Blattner, F.R. 2011 Genome size variation in Corchorus olitorius (Malvaceae s.l.) and its correlation with elevation and phenotypic traits Genome 54 575 585 Díez, C.M. Gaut, B.S. Meca

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Diana M. Cheng, Gad G. Yousef and Mary Ann Lila

Distribution and levels of phytoecdysteroids within individual plants of species of the Chenopodiaceae Eur. J. Entomol. 92 295 300 Dinan, L. Bourne, P. Whiting, P. 2001a Phytoecdysteroid profiles in seeds of Sida spp (Malvaceae) Phytochem. Anal. 12 110 119

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Lydia E. Wahba, Nor Hazlina, A. Fadelah and Wickneswari Ratnam

. Griffiths, M. 1995 Manual of orchids. Timber Press, Portland, OR Tang, T. Jian, Z.S. Shi, S. 2003 Genetic diversity of Hibiscus tiliaceus (Malvaceae) in China assessed using AFLP markers Ann. Bot. (Lond.) 92 409 414 Tsi, Z.H. Chen, S.C. Luo, Y.B. Zhu, G

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Lina M. Rodríguez-Salamanca and Mary K. Hausbeck

tomato fruit infected with C. coccodes may also be infested with the pathogen ( Ben-Daniel et al., 2010 ). C. coccodes can also infect weed species in the families Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae, Brassicaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Poaceae, Malvaceae, Oxalidaceae

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Lumariz Hernandez Rosario, Juan O. Rodríguez Padilla, Desiree Ramos Martínez, Alejandra Morales Grajales, Joel A. Mercado Reyes, Gabriel J. Veintidós Feliu, Benjamin Van Ee and Dimuth Siritunga

Leptoslemonum ) Taxon 59 209 226 Swofford, D.L. 2002 PAUP*: Phylogenetic analysis using parsimony (*and other methods), version 4.0b3a. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA Tate, J.A. Simpson, B.B. 2003 Paraphyly of Tarasa (Malvaceae) and diverse origins of the

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Qiang Liu, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, James Altland, Lifei Chen and Lijuan Jiang

eastern United States. Forsythia ×intermedia ‘Mindor’ is an ornamental deciduous shrub well adapted to temperature changes and is widely planted in gardens and parks. Hibiscus syriacus is a species of flowering plant in the Malvaceae family native to