The Genus Conradina (Lamiaceae): A Review
AbstractConradina (Lamiaceae) is a small genus of native United States (US) species limited to Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky. Three species of Conradina are federally listed as endangered and one is threatened while two are candidates for listing as endangered. The purpose of the present review is to highlight the recent advances in current knowledge on Conradina species and to compile reports of chemical constituents that characterize and differentiate between Conradina species. View Full-Text
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Dosoky, N.S.; Setzer, W.N. The Genus Conradina (Lamiaceae): A Review. Plants 2018, 7, 19.
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Dosoky, Noura S.; Setzer, William N. 2018. "The Genus Conradina (Lamiaceae): A Review." Plants 7, no. 1: 19.
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