Helianthus (hēˌlēănˈthəs) [key]: see sunflower.
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Phylogenetic relationships between annual and perennial species of Helianthus: evolution of a tandem repeated DNA sequence and cytological hybridization experiments.(NOTE)(Report) (Genome)
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GERMINATION REQUIREMENTS OF SEEDS OF HELIANTHUS PARADOXUS (ASTERACEAE). (The Texas Journal of Science)
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Characterization of the chromosome complement of Helianthus annuus by in situ hybridization of a tandemly repeated DNA sequence.(Clinical report) (Genome)
Genetic Variability as Identified by AP-PCR and Reaction to Mid-Stem Infection of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum among Interspecific Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) Hybrid Progenies. (Crop Science)
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For cutting all summer long, it's the easygoing helianthus. (Sunset)
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