Popularity of Asclepias obovata over time
[Plots of numbers of papers mentioning Asclepias obovata (filled column histogram and left hand axis scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (complete line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in box on the left hand side); Plots of a proportional micro index, derived from numbers of papers mentioning Asclepias obovata as a proportion (scaled by multiplying by one million) of the total number of papers published for that year (broken line frequency polygon and right hand scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (broken line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in broken line box on the right hand side)]
Total Mentions (Biological Abstracts/Biosis Previews):
Sundell E, Thomas RD, Hooks SL (1989) Asclepias-Obovata Ell. Asclepiadaceae Rediscovered in Arkansas USA. SIDA Contributions to Botany 13, 376-8. Contact: SUNDELL E ; DEP NATURAL SCI, UNIV ARKANSAS MONTICELLO, MONTICELLO, ARKANSAS 71655, USA
Christ P, Schnepf E (1988) Structure and Function of Nectaries in Asclepiadaceae. Beitraege zur Biologie der Pflanzen 63, 55-80. Contact: CHRIST P ; UNIVERSITAET HEIDELBERG, FAKULTAET FUER BIOLOGIE, ZELLENLEHRE, IM NEUENHEIMER FELD 230, D-6900 HEIDELBERG
Holmgren NH, Holmgren PK (1979) Asclepias-Welshii New-Species Asclepiadaceae from Utah USA. Brittonia 31, 110-4. Contact: HOLMGREN N H ; NY BOT GARD, BRONX, NY 10458, USA
Alvarez Pellitero MDP (1971) Pharmacologic Action of Medicinal Plants on the Nervous System. Anales del Instituto de Farmacologia Espanola 20, 29-387.
Batista AC, Peres GEP (1961) BELAINA n. gen. and other Sphaeropsidaceae English and German summ. Mem Soc Broteriana 14, 49-65. Contact: U. Recife, Brazil
Waterfall UT (1950) Some results of a third summer's botanizing in Oklahoma. Rhodora 52, 165-75. Contact: Oklahoma A. and M. Coll., Still-water
Small JK (1933) Manual of the Southeastern flora, being descriptions of the seed plants growing naturally in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, eastern Louisiana, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. In 'Manual of the Southeastern flora, being descriptions of the seed plants growing naturally in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, eastern Louisiana, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia'. (Published by author)
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