New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Haloragaceae

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Last Modified 01/24/2012

Nomenclature

List of Haloragaceae Genera

References to Haloragaceae

  • Aiken, S. G. 1979. <em>Myriophyllum spicatum</em> L. Chap. 34 In: Biology of Canadian weeds. Vol. 59. Canad. J. Pl. Sci.. ,
  • Aiken, S. G. 1976. Turion formation in watermilfoil, <em>Myriophyllum fawellii</em>. Michigan Bot. 15: 99-102.
  • Aiken, S. G. 1978. Pollen morphology in the genus <em>Myriophyllum</em> (<em>Haloragaceae</em>). Canad. J. Bot. 56: 976-982.
  • Aiken, S. G. 1979. North American species of <em>Myriophyllum</em> {(Haloragaceae)</em>. Ph.D. Dissertation Univ. Minnesota, St. Paul, MN,
  • Aiken, S. G. 1979. The biology of Canadian weeds. 34. <em>Myriophyllum spicatum</em> L. Canad. J. Pl. Sci. 59: 201-215.
  • Aiken, S. G.; Cronquist, A. 1988. Lectotypification of <em>Myriophyllum sibiricum</em> Komov. Taxon 37: 958-966.
  • Aiken, S. G.; Cronquist, A. 1981. Lectotypification of <em>Myriophyllum sibiricum</em> Komarov (<em>Haloragaceae)</em>. Taxon 37: 958-966.
  • Aiken, S. G.; McNeill, J. 1980. The discovery of <em>Myriophyllum exalbescens</em> Fernald (Haloragoraceae) in Europe and the typification of <em>M. spicatum L.</em> and <em>M. Vericillatum L.</em>. J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 80: 213-222.
  • Aiken, S. G.; Picard, R. R. 1980. The influence of substrate morphology on the growth and morphology of <em>M. Exalbescens</em> and <em>M. Spicatum</em>. Canad. J. Bot. 58: 1111-1118.
  • Aiken, S. G.; Waltz, K. F. 1979. Turions of <em>Myriophyllum exalbescens</em>. Aquatic Botany 6: 357-363.
  • Burns, G. P. 1904. Heterophylly in <em>Proserpinaca palustris</em>. Ann. Bot. 18: 579-589.
  • Catling, P. M. 1998. A synopsis of the genus <em>Proserpinaca</em> in the Southeastern United States. Castanea 63: 408-414.
  • Ceska, A; Ceska, O 1986. Notes on <em>Myriophyllum ({Haloragaceae)</em> in the far east: The identity of <em>Myriophyllum sibiricum</em> Komarov. Taxon 35: 95-100.
  • Ceska, O et.al. 1986. <em>Myriophyllum quitense</em> and <em>Myriophyllum ussuriense</em> ({Haloragaceae</em>) in British Colombia, Canada. Brittonia 38: 73-81.
  • Cook, C. D. K. 1988. Wind pollination in aquatic angiosperms. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 75: 768-777.
  • Couch, R; Nelson, E 1988. <em>Myriophyllum quitense</em> (<em>Haloragaceae</em>) in the United States. Brittonia 40: 85-88.
  • Couch, R; Nelson, E 1985. <em>Myriophyllum spicatum</em> in North America. Proc. Of the 1st Internatl. Symp. On Watermilfoil and other Hal. Species 1: 8-18.
  • Fernald, M. L. 1935. <em>Proserpinaca palustris</em> varieties. Rhodora 37: 177-178.
  • Grace, J. B.; Wetzel, R. J. 1978. The production biology of Eurasian watermilfoil (<em>Myriophyluum spicatum</em>) L. A review. J. Aquatic Pl. Manag. 16: 1-11.
  • Haynes, R. R. 1988. Reproductive biology of selected aquatic plants. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 75: 805-810.
  • Kane, ME 1982. Environmental and growth regulatory effects on heterophylly and growth of <em>Prospinaca intermedia</em> (Haloragaceae). Aquatic Botany 13: 73-85.
  • Knupp, N. D. 1911. The flowers of <em>Myriophyllum spicatum</em> L. Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci. 18: 61-73.
  • Mackenzie, K. K. 1910. Shorter notes- a new species of <em>Proserpinaca</em>. Torreya 10: 249-250.
  • Moody, M. L.; Les, D. H. 2007. Phylogenetic systematics and character evolution in the angiosperm family Haloragaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 94: 2005-2025.
  • Moody, M. L.; Les, D. H. 2010. Systematics of the aquatic angiosperm genus <em>Myriophyllum</em> (Haloragaceae). Syst. Bot. 35: 121-139.
  • Moody, M. L.; Les, D. H. 2002. Evidence of hybridity in invasive watermilfoil (<em>Myriophyllum</em>) populations. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99: 14867-14871.
  • Morgan, D. R.; Soltis, D. E. 1993. Phylogenetic relationships among members of Saxifragaceae sensu lato based on rbcL sequence data. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 80: 631-660.
  • Moyle, J. B. 1945. Some chemical factors influencing the distribution of aquatic plants in Minnesota. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 34: 402-420.
  • Nelson, E.N.; Couch, R. W. 1985. History of the introduction and distribution of <em>Myriophyllum aquaticum</em> in North America. Proc. 1st Internat. Symp. On Watermilfoil (<em>Myriophyllum spicatum</em>) and related Haloragaceae Species 1: 19-26.
  • Nicholson, S. A.; Best, D. G. 1974. Root:shoot and leaf area relationships of macrophyte communities in Chautauqua Lake, New York. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 101: 96-100.
  • Padgett, D. J.; Crow, G. E. 1993. Some unwelcome additions to the flora of New Hampshire. Rhodora 95: 348-351.
  • Patten, B. C. 1955. Germination of the seed of <em>Myriophyllum spicatum</em> L. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 82: 50-56.
  • Patten, B. C. 1956. Notes on the biology of <em>Myriophyllum spicatum</em> L. in a New Jersey lake. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 83: 5-18.
  • Patten, B. C. 1954. The status of some American species of <em>Myriophyllum</em> as revealed by the discovery of intergrade material between <em>M. exalbescens</em> Fern. and <em>M. spicatum</em> L. in New Jersey. Rhodora 56: 213-25.
  • Rejmankova, E. 1992. Ecology of creeping macrophytes with special reference to <em>Ludwigia peploides</em> (Kunth) Raven. Aquatic Botany 43: 283-299.
  • Schmidt, B. L; Millington, W. F. 1968. Regulation of leaf shape in <em>Proserpinaca palustris</em>. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 95: 264-286.
  • Sheldon, S. P.; Jones, K. N. 2001. Restricted gene flow according to host plant in an herbivore feeding on native and exotic watermilfoils (<em>Myriophyllum</em>: Haloragaceae). Int. J. Plant Sci. 162: 793-799.
  • Thum, R. A. et.al. 2011. Molecular markers reconstruct the invasion history of variable leaf watermilfoil (<em>Myriophyllum heterophyllum</em>) and distinguish it from closely related species. Biological Invasions 13: 1687-1709.
  • Thum, R. A.; Lennon, J. T. 2006. Is hybridization responsible for invasive growth of non-indigenous water-milfoils? Biological Invasions 8: 1061-1066.
  • Thum, R. A.; Lennon, J. T. 2010. Comparative ecological niche models predict the invasive spread of variable-leaf milfoil (<em>Myriophyllum heterophyllum</em>) and its potential impact on closely related native species. Biological Invasions 12: 133-143.
  • Titus, J. E. 1994. Submersed plant invasions and declines in New York. Lake and Reserv. Manag. 10: 25-28.
  • Wallenstein, M. D. 1963. Plant morphology: Its control in <em>Proserpinaca</em> by photoperiod, temperature and giberellic acid. Science 140: 998-1000.