Phylum Of Lactuca Sativa


source of


Lemmus spp., Dicrostonyx

Live oak

Quercus chrysolepis, Q. virgini-



Lemongrass oil, source of Lentil Lettuce

Lichen (symbiotic association of an alga and a fungus) Lichen, foliose (Fig. 19.34) Lichen, foliose (Fig. 19.355) Lichen, fruticose

Lichen, grazed by

North African sheep Lichen, litmus Lichen, natural dye

Lichen, perfume stabilizer Lichen, reindeer (reindeer moss)

Lichens, crustose (Fig. 19.35a)

Citrus limon

Cymbopogon citratus,

C. flexuosus

Lens esculenta (= Lens culinaris)

Lactuca sativa member of Phylum Ascomycota, Kingdom Fungi1 Physcia sp. Parmelia sp.

Lecanora spp. Rocella spp.

Parmelia spp., Usnea spp., and others

Evernia spp. Cladonia spp., Cetraria islandica


Liverwort, leafy (Fig. 20.8) Liverworts, leafy

Liverworts, thalloid

Lizard Lobeline sulfate, source of (used in formulas to assist in stopping smoking) Locoweed

Locust, black Loganberry



Louse ana, Q. wislizenii, and others member of Phylum Hepaticophyta, Kingdom Plantae Porella sp.

Calopogeia sp., Bazzania trilobata, Frullania spp., Jungermannia spp., Porella spp., and others14 Conocephalum spp., Lunularia spp., Marchantia spp., and others Sceloporus spp. and others black chartreuse gray orange-red yellow

Lichens used as miniature trees and shrubs

Rinodina sp. Acarospora citrina Psora sp. Caloplaca elegans Candelariella vitellina

Cladonia spp. and others

Love-lies-bleeding Lucerne—see Alfalfa Luffa Lupine

Lobelia inflata

Astragalus mollisimus and other Astragalus spp. Robinia pseudo-acacia Rubus hybrids, with R. ursinus as one parent; Rubus vitifolius Haematoxylon campechianum Gavia spp.

Orders Mallophaga and Anaplura, Class Insecta, Phylum Arthropoda, Kingdom Animalia

Amaranthus caudatus

Luffa cylindrica, L. acutangula Lupinus spp.

13. The lichens are arbitrarily treated under Phylum Ascomycota within Kingdom Fungi because (1) the vast majority of fungal components of each species are ascomycetes, and (2) the fungal component of each species of lichen is unique to the species, while the algal component is often common to more than one species of lichen.

14. There are thousands of species of leafy liverworts assigned to about 200 genera.

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