Vamosi concentrated on data from vascular plants (ferns, conifers, and flowering plants), which includes such threatened species as the Canada Hemlock, Western Prairie Fringed Orchid, and Desert Lily, among many others.
What does WPFO stand for?
WPFO stands for Western Prairie Fringed Orchid
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- World Police and Fire Games Federation
- World Poker Fund Holdings, Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)
- Western Pennsylvania Field Institute
- Women's Professional Football League
- Wrong Value Used in Parameter of Function Call (software fault)
- Miss-By-One Value Used in Parameter of Function Call (software fault)
- Workspace Prediction and Fast Matching System (computing; machine vision)
- Wright Peak Flow Meter
- Western Pacific Fishery Management Council (Honolulu, HI)
- Work Performed for Others
- Wrong Parameter Order in Function Call (software fault)
- Welfare Pension Fund Plan (Japan)
- Wigner-Poisson-Fokker-Planck (quantum evolution equation)
- Working Poor Families Project (est. 2002)
- Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act (Public Law 83-566)
- Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Program (Natural Resources Conservation Service; USDA)
- Warranty Period Failure Rate (reliability engineering)
- World Press Freedom Review (International Press Institute)
- Washington Psychotronic Film Society
Samples in periodicals archive:
Keller * 9:00 PLANT COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN ONE METER PLOTS SURROUNDING THE WESTERN PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHID (PLATANTHERA PRAECLARA) OVER A THREE-YEAR PERIOD.
Roses may be the flowers of choice for the love-smitten come birthdays and holidays, but the rare western prairie fringed orchid has drawn its own high level of interest from scientists, botanists, and biologists concerned for the future of this unusual plant.
The western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara) is North Dakota's only federally listed threatened plant.
These species are the black-footed ferret, swift fox, woodland caribou, grizzly bear, whooping crane, piping plover, marbled murrelet, Lake Erie water snake, Karner blue butterfly, and western prairie fringed orchid.
Rodger Denison Competition judges 1:00 Mindy Anderson (VCSU) COMPARING SEED GERMINATION IN WESTERN PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHID (PLATANTHERA PRAECLARA SHEVIAK AND BOWLES) SEEDS PLANTED IN GRAZED AND UNGRAZED PLOTS 1:20 Shanna Mazurek (MiSU) HIGH MEMBRANE POTENTIAL SENSITIVITY TO HYDROQUINONE BY ROOT CORTEX CELLS OF COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS) 1:40 Michelle Reinholdt (MiSU) IS TOPOISOMERASE II IMPLICATED IN TRANSLOCATIONS INVOLVING THE MLL GENE?
The western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara Sheviak and Bowles) of the family Orchidaceae has been known to inhabit the Sheyenne National Grasslands in southeastern North Dakota for years.