New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Urticaceae

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Last Modified 03/19/2013


List of Urticaceae Genera

References to Urticaceae

  • Angelo, R.; Boufford, D. E. 2010. Atlas of the flora of New England: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Rhodora 112: 244-326.
  • Bassett, I. J.; Crompton, C. W.; Woodland, D. W. 1974. The family Urticaceae in Canada. Canad. J. Bot. 52: 503-516.
  • Boufford, D. E. 1988. Typification of J. Lunell's names in <em>Adicea</em> Urticaceae. Rhodora 90: 123-126.
  • Chew, W. L. 1969. A monograph of <em>Laportea</em> (Urticaceae). Gard. Bull. Straits Settlem. 25: 111-178.
  • Cid-Benevento, C. R. 1987. Relative effects of light, soil moisture availability, and vegetation size on sex ratio of two monecious woodland annual herbs <em>Acalypha rhomboidea</em> Euphorbiaceae and <em>Pilea pumila</em> Urticaceae. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 114: 293-306.
  • Crane, P. R.; Blackmore, S. (eds.) (1989): 1989. Evolution, systematics and fossil history of the Hamamelidae. 2 Vols. Oxford University Press, New York.
  • Fernald, M. L. 1936. <em>Pilea</em> in eastern North America. Contr. Gray Herb. 113: 169-170.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 1997. Flora of North America, Volume 3. Magnoliophyta: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Oxford University Press, New York. , 590 pages.
  • Glawe, G. A. 2007. Inheritance of progeny sex ratio in <em>Urtica dioica</em>. J. Evol. Biol. 20: 133-140.
  • Glawe, G. A.; de Jong, T. J. 2005. Environmental conditions affect sex expression in monoecious, but not in male and female plants of <em>Urtica dioica</em>. Sexual Pl. Reprod. 17: 253-260.
  • Gould, A. M. A.; Gorchov, D. L. 2000. Effects of the exotic invasive shrub <em>Lonicera maackii</em> on the survival and fecundity of three species of native annuals. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 144: 36-50.
  • Hardin, E. D.; Wistendahl, W. A. 1983. The effects of floodplain trees on herbaceous vegetation patterns, micro topography, and litter. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 110: 23-30.
  • Hermann, F. J. 1940. The geographic distribution of <em>Pilea fontana</em>. Torreya 40: 118-120.
  • Hoppes, W. G. 1988. Seedfall pattern of several species of bird-dispersed plants in an Illinois woodland. Ecology 69: 320-329.
  • Klimesova, J. 1994. The effects of timing and duration of floods on growth of young plants of <em>Phalaris arundinacea</em> L. and <em>Urtica dioica</em> L.: An experimental study. Aquatic Botany 48: 21-29.
  • Kravtsova, T. I.; Friis, I.; Wilmot-Dear, C. M. 2000. Morphology and anatomy of fruits in New World <em>Boehmeria</em> in relation to taxonomy. Kew Bull. 55: 43-62.
  • Leck, M. A. 1996. Germination of macrophytes from a Delaware River tidal freshwater wetland. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 123: 48-67.
  • Lersten, N. R.; Curtis, J. D. 1991. Laminar hydathodes in Urticaceae, survey of tribes and anatomical observations on <em>Pilea pumila</em> and <em>Urtica dioica</em>. Pl. Syst. Evol. 176: 179-204.
  • Luna, T. 2001. Propagation protocol for stinging nettle (<em>Urtica dioica</em>). Native Plants J. 2: 110-111.
  • Mears, J. A. 1973. Chemical constituents and systematics of Amentiferae. Brittonia 25(4): 385-94.
  • Menges, E. S. 1990. Environmental correlations with male, female, and clonal biomass allocation in the forest herb <em>Laportea canadensis</em>. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 124: 171-180.
  • Milberg, P.; Andersson, L. 1997. Seasonal variation in dormancy and light sensitivity in buried seeds of eight annual weed species. Canad. J. Bot. 75: 1998-2004.
  • Miller, N. G. 1971. The genera of Urticaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 52: 40-68.
  • Monro, A. K. 2006. Revision of species-rich genera: A phylogenetic framework for the strategic revision of <em>Pilea</em> (Urticaceae) based on cpDNA, nrDNA, and morphology. Amer. J. Bot. 93: 426-441.
  • Monro, A.; Spencer, M. A. 2005. Typification of Linnaean plant names in Urticaceae. Taxon 54: 796-798.
  • Neff, K. P.; Baldwin, A. H. 2005. Seed dispersal into wetlands: Techniques and results for a restored tidal freshwater marsh. Wetlands 25: 392-404.
  • Olsen, C. 1921. The ecology of <em>Urtica dioica</em>. J. Ecol. 9: 1-18.
  • Qui, Y. L. 1998. Phylogenetics of the Hamamelidae and their allies: parsimony analysis of nucleotide sequences of the plastid gene rbcL. Int. J. Plant Sci. 159: 891-905.
  • Srutek, M.; Teckelmann, M. 1998. Review of biology and ecology of <em>Urtica dioica</em>. Preslia 70: 1-19.
  • Stafford, P. J. 1988. Evolution, systematics, and fossil history of the Hamamelidae.
  • Stern, W. L. 1973. Development of the amentiferous concept. Brittonia 25(4): 316-33.
  • Stone, D. E. 1973. Patterns in the evolution of amentiferous fruits. Brittonia 25(4): 371-84.
  • Thorn1. 1973. The "Amentiferae" or Hamamelidae as an artificial group: a summary treatment. Brittonia 25(4): 395-405.
  • Weddell, H. A. 1856. Monographie de la famille des Urticacees. Paris.
  • Wiegrefe, S. J.; Sytsma, K. J.; Guries, R. P. 1998. The Ulmaceae, one family or two? Evidence from chloroplast DNA restriction site mapping. Pl. Syst. Evol. 210: 249-270.
  • Wilmot-Dear, C. M.; Friis, I. 1996. The New World Species of <em>Boehmeria</em> and <em>Pouzolzia</em> (Urticaceae, tribus Boehmerieae). A taxonomic revision. Opera Bot. 129: 1-103.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1982. Biosystematics of the perennial North American taxa of <em>Urtica</em>. II. Taxonomy. Syst. Bot. 7: 282-290.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1982. Biosystematics of the perennial North American taxa of <em>Urtica</em>. I. Chromosome number, hybridization, and palynology. Syst. Bot. 7: 269-281.
  • Woodland, D. W.; Bassett, I. J.; Crompton, C. W. 1976. The annual species of stinging nettle (<em>Hesperocnide</em> and <em>Urtica</em>) in North America. Canad. J. Bot. 54: 374-383.