Scientific Name

Amoeba, fungal trappers of Anabaena

Anemone Angelica Anise

Anise swallowtail butterfly

Annatto

Anteater

Ants, bullhorn Acacia Aphid

Aphid, root (pest of grape vines)

Dactylella spp. and others Anabaena spp. (including nitrogen-fixing spp. such as A. azollae) Anemone spp. Angelica archangelica Pimpinella anisum Papilio zelicaon Bixa orellana

Formica spp. and many others Myrmecophaga jubata Pseudomyrmex ferruginea Anuraphis spp., Aphis spp., and others

Apple

Apple brown rot, causal agent Apple scab, causal agent Apricot

Apricot brown rot Arabidopsis

(Mouse-ear cress) Arborvitae

(American/Northern) Archaebacteria

Phylloxera spp. Malus domestica (= pumila)2

Malus

Monolinia fructigena Venturia inaequalis Prunus armeniaca Sclerotinia fructicola

Arabidopsis thaliana

Thuja occidentalis members of Phylum Archaebacteria, Kingdom Archaea

Archaefructus, extinct plant believed to be the earliest flowering plant

Arrowroot

Arrowroot, Florida, source of Artichoke, Chinese (Crosne) Artichoke, globe Artichoke, Jerusalem Arum Lily (Arum) Family Ascomycete

Ash, blue Ash, Oregon Ash, white

Maranta arundinacea, Tacca leontopetaloides

Zamia floridana

Stachys affinis

Cynaria scolymus

Helianthus tuberosus

Araceae member of Phylum Ascomycota, Kingdom Fungi Fraxinus quadrangulata Fraxinus latifolia Fraxinus americana

2. There are more than 1,000 varieties of apples, mostly of hybrid origin. The principal ancestors of Maluspumila probably include M. sylvestris, M. dasyphylla, and M. praecox. Some authorities include Malus within the genus Pyrus and refer to most cultivated apples as Pyrus malus. Others distinguish between the two genera on the basis of leaf pubescence and stone cells within the fruit, referring those cultivars with leaf pubescence and sclereids to Malus and those without these features to Pyrus.

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