Scientific Name

Strychnine, source of

Sugar cane

Sumac

Sunbird

Sundew

Sundew relative used for flypaper Sunflower Sunflower Family

Sweet pea

Sword fern

Sycamore

Tamarack

Tamarisk

Tangerine

Tapir

Taro

Tarragon Tarweed

Tarweed, western (Fig. 4.13a) Tea

Tent caterpillar

Teosinte (annual) Teosinte (perennial) Tequila, source of Termite

Thalloid liverworts

Thimbleberry Thistle

Thistle, Canada

Thrasher

Thyme

Tiger

Toad

Tobacco

Tomato28

Tomato fruitworm

Strychnos nox-vomica and other Strychnos spp. Saccharum officinarum Rhus spp.

Anthodiaeta spp., Notiocinnyris spp., and others Drosera spp.

Drosophyllum lusitanicum Helianthus annuus, H. debilis Asteraceae (formerly Compositae) Lathyrus odoratus Polystichum munitum Platanus occidentalis and others Larix spp. Tamarix spp. Citrus reticulata Tapirus spp. Colocasia esculenta Artemisia dracunculus Grindelia spp. Calycadenia sp. Camellia sinensis Malacosoma americanum and others

Zea mexicana Zea diploperennis Agave spp. Odontotermes spp., Reticulitermes spp., and others Marchantia spp., Conocephalum spp., and others Rubus parviflorus Cirsium spp. and others Cirsium arvense Toxostoma spp. Thymus vulgaris and others Cordyline fruticosa Panthera tigris Bufo americanus Nicotiana tabacum, N. rustica Solanum esculentum Heliothis armigera

28. DNA evidence indicates the tomato, long known as Lycopersicum esculentum, belongs in the genus Solanum and should be transferred to that genus, making the correct name Solanum esculentum.

Stern-Jansky-Bidlack: Introductory Plant Biology, Ninth Edition

Appendices

1. Scientific Names of Organisms Mentioned in the Text

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