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Effect of Season and Number of Glyphosate Applications on Control of Invasive Mexican Petunia (Ruellia simplex)

Effect of Season and Number of Glyphosate Applications on Control of Invasive Mexican Petunia... are plant species reintroductions? Biological Conservation Mexican petunia, (Ruellia simplex, Syn. R. brittoniana) is 144:672–682. a commonly cultivated ornamental herbaceous perennial. GraphPad Software. www.graphpad.com/quickcalcs/ Environmental tolerance and abundant seed production contingency1.cfm. have contributed to its spread from urban landscapes into Guerrant, E.O. 1996. Designing populations: Genetic, natural areas. It has been documented in parts of Texas, demographic and horticultural dimensions. Pages 171–207 in Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and South Caro- D.A. Falk et al. (eds), Restoring Diversity. Washington D.C.: lina (USDA-NRCS 2012a), and vouchered in 29 Florida Island Press. Guerrant, E.O. and T.N. Kaye. 2007. Reintroduction of rare counties (Wunderlin and Hansen 2011). The Florida and endangered plants: Common factors, questions and Exotic Pest Plant Council lists Mexican petunia as a Cat- approaches. Australian Journal of Botany 55:362–370. egory 1 invasive species defined as: “altering native plant Hitchcock, C.L. and B. Maguire. 1947. A revision of the communities by displacing native species, changing com- North American species of Silene. University of Washington munity structures or ecological functions, or hybridizing Publications in Biology 13:1–73. with natives” (Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council 2011). Lesica, P. 1993. Loss of fitness resulting from pollinator exclusion Preliminary research on Mexican petunia in natural in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Effect of Season and Number of Glyphosate Applications on Control of Invasive Mexican Petunia (Ruellia simplex)

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are plant species reintroductions? Biological Conservation Mexican petunia, (Ruellia simplex, Syn. R. brittoniana) is 144:672–682. a commonly cultivated ornamental herbaceous perennial. GraphPad Software. www.graphpad.com/quickcalcs/ Environmental tolerance and abundant seed production contingency1.cfm. have contributed to its spread from urban landscapes into Guerrant, E.O. 1996. Designing populations: Genetic, natural areas. It has been documented in parts of Texas, demographic and horticultural dimensions. Pages 171–207 in Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and South Caro- D.A. Falk et al. (eds), Restoring Diversity. Washington D.C.: lina (USDA-NRCS 2012a), and vouchered in 29 Florida Island Press. Guerrant, E.O. and T.N. Kaye. 2007. Reintroduction of rare counties (Wunderlin and Hansen 2011). The Florida and endangered plants: Common factors, questions and Exotic Pest Plant Council lists Mexican petunia as a Cat- approaches. Australian Journal of Botany 55:362–370. egory 1 invasive species defined as: “altering native plant Hitchcock, C.L. and B. Maguire. 1947. A revision of the communities by displacing native species, changing com- North American species of Silene. University of Washington munity structures or ecological functions, or hybridizing Publications in Biology 13:1–73. with natives” (Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council 2011). Lesica, P. 1993. Loss of fitness resulting from pollinator exclusion Preliminary research on Mexican petunia in natural in

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 6, 2014

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