New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Primulaceae

By Science Staff

Not peer reviewed

Last Modified 03/19/2013

Nomenclature

List of Primulaceae Genera

References to Primulaceae

  • Anderson, R. C. 1970. The role of daylength and temperature in tuber formation and rhizome growth of <em>Trientalis borealis</em> Raf. Bot. Gaz. 131: 122-128.
  • Anderson, R. C.; Beare, M. H. 1983. Breeding system and pollination ecology of <em>Trientalis borealis</em> Primulaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 70: 408-415.
  • Anderson, R. C.; Loucks, O. L. 1973. Aspects of the biology of <em>Trientalis borealis</em> Raf. Ecology 54: 798-808.
  • Arthur, M. A.; Paratley, R. D. 1998. Single and repeated fires affect survival and regeneration of woody and herbaceous species in an oak-pine forest. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 125: 225-236.
  • Barrett, S. C. H. 1984. Variation in floral sexuality of diclinous <em>Aralia</em> (Araliaceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 71: 278-88. (Also Cornus, Maianthemum, Medeola, & Trientalis)
  • Barrett, S. C. H.; Helenurm, K. 1987. The reproductive biology of boreal forest herbs I. Breeding systems and pollination. Canad. J. Bot. 65: 2036-2046.
  • Baskin, C. C. et.al. 1996. Seed germination ecology of the aquatic winter annual <em>Hottonia inflata</em>. Aquatic Botany 54: 51-57.
  • Bennell, A. P. 1983. The pollen morphology and taxonomy of <em>Lysimachia</em>. Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 40: 425-458.
  • Caris, P. L.; Smets, E. F. 2004. A floral ontogenetic study on the sister group relationship between the genus <em>Samolus</em> (Primulaceae) and the Theophrastaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 91: 627-643.
  • Coffey, V. J.; Jones, S. B. 1980. Biosystematics of <em>Lysimachia</em> section <em>Seleucia</em> Primulaceae. Brittonia 32: 309-322.
  • Dailey, T. B.; Scott, P. E. 2006. Spring nectar sources for solitary bees and flies in a landscape of deciduous forest and agricultural fields: production, variability, and consumption. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 133: 535-547.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2009. Flora of North America. Volume 8. Magnoliophyta: Paeoniaceae to Ericaceae. Oxford Univ. Press, New York. , 585 pages. (ISBN 9780195340266)
  • Frey, F. M. 2007. Phenotypic integration and the potential for independent color evolution in a polymorphic spring ephemeral. Amer. J. Bot. 94: 437-444.
  • Gibbs, P. E.; Talavera, S. 2001. Breeding system studies with three species of <em>Anagallis</em> (Primulaceae): Self-incompatibility and reduced female fertility in <em>A. monelli</em> L. Ann. Bot. (London) 88: 139-144.
  • Guggisberg, A. et.al. 2006. Evolution of biogeographic patterns, ploidy levels, and breeding systems in a diploid-polyploid species complex of <em>Primula</em>. New Phyt. 171: 617-632.
  • Hao, G. et.al. 2004. Molecular phylogeny of <em>Lysimachia</em> (Myrsinaceae) based on chloroplast trnL-F and nuclear ribosomal ITS sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 31: 323-339. (other spp.)
  • Hao, G. et.al. 2001. Phylogenetic relationships in <em>Lysimachia</em> (Primulaceae): A cladistic analysis. J. Tropical Subtropical Bot. 9: 93-100.
  • Helenurm, K.; Barrett, S. C. H. 1987. The reproductive biology of boreal forest herbs II. Phenology of flowering and fruiting. Canad. J. Bot. 65: 2047-2056.
  • Iltis, H. H. 1960. Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin. No. 43. Primulaceae-Primrose family. Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. 49: 113-135.
  • Jerling, L. 1988. Population dynamics of <em>Glaux maritima</em> (L.) along a distributional cline. Vegetatio 74: 161-170.
  • Jerling, L. 1996. Phenotypic variation in clonal growth of <em>Glaux maritima</em> along an environmental cline. Act. Bot. Neerl. 45: 367-380.
  • Kallersjo, M. et.al. 2000. Generic realignment in primuloid families of the Ericales s.l.: A phylogenetic analysis based on DNA sequences from three chloroplast genes and morphology. Amer. J. Bot. 87: 1325-1341.
  • Kalmbacher, G. 1970. A new color form of <em>Claytonia virginica</em>. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 97: 123. (forma nov.)
  • Kawashty, S. A. et.al. 1998. Chemosystematics of <em>Anagallis arvensis</em> L. (Primulaceae). Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 26: 663-668.
  • Lewis, P. M. et.al. 2000. Photoperiod affects growth and flowering of <em>Lysimachia clethroides</em> Duby. Hortscience 35: 596-599.
  • MacDougal, D. T. 1901. Propagation of <em>Lysimachia terrestris</em> (L.) BSP. Bull. New York Bot. Gard. 2: 82-89.
  • Macior, L. W. 1968. Pollination adaptation in <em>Pedicularis canadensis</em>. Amer. J. Bot. 55: 1031-1035. (other genera as well)
  • Mack, R. N. 1991. The commercial seed trade: an early disperser of weeds in the United States. Econ. Bot. 45: 257-273.
  • Manns, U.; Anderberg, A. A. 2007. Character evolution in <em>Anagallis</em> (Myrsinaceae) inferred from morphological and molecular data. Syst. Bot. 32: 166-179.
  • Manns, U.; Anderberg, A. A. 2005. Molecular phylogeny of <em>Anagallis</em> (Myrsinaceae) based on ITS, trnL-F, and ndhF sequence data. Int. J. Plant Sci. 166: 1019-1028. (other spp.)
  • Martins, L.; Oberprieler, C.; Hellwig, F. H. 2003. A phylogenetic analysis of Primulaceae s.l. based on internal transcribed spacer (ITS) DNA sequence data. Pl. Syst. Evol. 237: 75-85.
  • Mast, A. R. et.al. 2001. Phylogenetic relationships in <em>Primula</em> L. and related genera (Primulaceae) based on noncoding chloroplast DNA. Int. J. Plant Sci. 162: 1381-1400.
  • Mast, A. R. et.al. 2004. Buzz-pollinated <em>Dodecatheon</em> originated from within the heterosylous <em>Primula</em> subgenus <em>Auriculastrum</em> (Primulaceae)L a seven-region CPDNA phylogeny and its implications for floral evolution. Amer. J. Bot. 91: 926-942.
  • McCall, C.; Primack, R. B. 1985. Effects of pollen and nitrogen availability on reproduction in a woodland herb <em>Lysimachia quadrifolia</em>. Oecologia 67: 403-410.
  • Nelson, J. B. 1993. Noteworthy Collections, South Carolina. Castanea 58: 59-63.
  • Oh, I. C. et.al. 2008. Comparative seed morphology and character evolution in the genus <em>Lysimachia</em> (Myrsinaceae) and related taxa. Pl. Syst. Evol. 271: 177-197.
  • Prankerd, T. L. 1911. On the structure and biology of the genus <em>Hottonia</em>. Ann. Bot. 25: 253-267.
  • Ray, J. D. 1956. The genus <em>Lysimachia</em> in the New World. III. Illinois Biol. Monogr. 24: 1-160.
  • Rozema, J. et.al. 1978. Population dynamics of <em>Glaux maritima</em> and ecophysiological adaptations to salinity and inundation. Oikos 30: 539-548.
  • Simpson, B. B. et.al. 1983. Floral biology and floral rewards of <em>Lysimachia</em> Primulaceae. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 110: 249-256.
  • Thompson, H. J. 1953. The biosystematics of <em>Dodecatheon</em>. Contr. Dudley Herb. 4: 73-154.
  • Trift, I. et.al. 2002. The monophyly of <em>Primula</em> (Primulaceae) evaluated by analysis of sequences from the chloroplast gene rbcL. Syst. Bot. 27: 396-407.
  • Valentine, D. H. 1962. Sections and genera in the Primulaceae. Taxon 11: 71-74.
  • Wanntorp, L.; Anderberg, A. A. 2011. Evolution and diversification of brook weeds (<em>Samolus</em>, Samolaceae, Ericales). Int. J. Plant Sci. 172: 250-266.
  • Wilson, S. D. 1991. Plasticity morphology and distribution in twelve lakeshore plants. Oikos 62: 292-298.
  • Wolters, M.; Bakker, J. P. 2002. Soil seed bank and driftline composition along a successional gradient on a temperate salt marsh. Applied Veg. Sci. 5: 55-62.
  • Zika, P. F. 2003. Notes on the provenance of some eastern wetland species disjunct in western North America. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 130: 43-46.