New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Onagraceae

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Last Modified 04/08/2013


List of Onagraceae Genera

References to Onagraceae

  • Averett, J. E.; Boufford, D. E. 1985. The flavonoids and flavonoid systematics of <em>Circaea</em> (Circaeeae, Onagraceae). Syst. Bot. 10: 363-373.
  • Bard, G. E. 1952. Secondary succession on the piedmont of New Jersey. Ecol. Monogr. 22: 195-215.
  • Baum, D. A. 1994. A phylogenetic analysis of <em>Epilobium</em> (Onagraceae) based on nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences. Syst. Bot. 19: 363-388.
  • Blake, S. F. 1918. Notes on the Calyton Herbarium. 8. <em>Azalea lutea</em> L. Rhodora 20: 21-8, 48-54, 65-73. (Other Families and Genera discussed)
  • Boufford, D. E. 1982. The systematics and evolution of <em>Circaea</em> (Onagraceae). Rhodora 86(846): 804-994.
  • Boufford, D. E. 2005. <em>Circaea lutetiana sensu lato</em> (Onagraceae) reconsidered. Harvard Papers in Botany 9: 255-256.
  • Boufford, D. E. 1990. A cladistic analysis of <em>Circaea</em> Onagraceae. Cladistics 6: 171-182.
  • Broderick, D. H. 1990. The biology of Canadian weeds 93. <em>Epilobium angustifolium</em> L. Onagraceae. Canad. J. Pl. Sci. 70: 247-260.
  • Bult, C. J.; Zimmer, E. A. 1993. Nuclear ribosomal RNA sequences for inferring tribal relationships within Onagraceae. Syst. Bot. 18: 48-63.
  • Carr, B. L. 1990. A cladistic analysis of the genus <em>Gaura</em> (Onagraceae). Syst. Bot. 15: 454-461.
  • Carroll, A. B. 2001. Drought stress, plant water status, and floral trait expression in fireweed, <em>Epilobium angustifolium</em> (Onagraceae). Amer. J. Bot. 88: 438-446.
  • Chester, E. W.; Wofford, B. E.; McKinney, L. E.; Campbell, D. 1996. Rare and noteworthy vascular plants from the Fort Campbell Military Reservation, Kentucky and Tennessee. Sida 17: 269-274.
  • Clark, M. J.; Husband, B. C. 2007. Plasticity and timing of flower closure in response to pollination in <em>Chamerion angustifolium</em> (Onagraceae). Int. J. Plant Sci. 168: 619-625.
  • Conti, E.; Fischbach, A.; Sytsma, K. J. 1993. Tribal relationships in Onagraceae: implications from rbcL sequence data. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 80: 672-685.
  • Crisci, J. V. 1990. Phylogenetic implications of ribosomal DNA restriction site variation in the plant family Onagraceae. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 77: 523-538.
  • Dietrich, W. 1997. Systematics of <em>Oenothera</em> section <em>Oenothera</em> subsection <em>Oenothera</em> (Onagraceae). Systematic Botany Monographs 50: 1-234.
  • Eyde, R. H. 1982. Evolution and systematics of the Onagraceae: floral anatomy. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 69: 735-747.
  • Ford, V. S.; Gottlieb, L. D. 2007. Tribal relationships within Onagraceae inferred from PgiC sequences. Syst. Bot. 32: 348-356.
  • Gross, K. L. 1984. Effects of seed size and growth form on seedling establishment of 6 monocarpic perennial plants. J. Ecol. 72: 369-388.
  • Gross, K. L.; Kromer, M. L. 1986. Seed weight effects on growth and reproduction in <em>Oenothera biennis</em> L.
  • Heinken, T. 2000. Dispersal of plants by a dog in a deciduous forest. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 122: 449-467.
  • Hoch, P. C. 1993. A cladistic analysis of the plant family Onagraceae. Syst. Bot. 18: 31-47.
  • Hoggard, G. D. 2004. The phylogeny of <em>Gaura</em> (Onagraceae) based on ITS, ETS, and TRNL-F sequence data. Amer. J. Bot. 91: 139-148.
  • Holub, J. 1972. Taxonomic and nomenclatural remarks on <em>Chamaenerion</em> auct. Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 7: 81-90.
  • Husband, B. C.; Gurney, J. E. 1998. Offspring fitness and parental effects as a function of inbreeding in <em>Epilobium angustifolium</em> (Onagraceae). Heredity 80: 173-179.
  • Irwin, D. L.; Aarssen, L. W. 1996. Effects of nutrient level on cost and benefit of apical dominance in <em>Epilobium ciliatum</em>. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 136: 14-28.
  • Johnson, M. T. J. 2007. Genotype-by-environment interactions leads to variable selection on life-history strategy in Common Evening Primrose (<em>Oenothera biennis</em>). J. Evol. Biol. 20: 190-200.
  • Katinas, L. 2004. Geographical diversification of tribes Epilobieae, Gongylocarpeae, and Onagreae (Onagraceae) in North America, based on parsimony analysis of endemicity and track compatibility analysis. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 91: 159-185.
  • Keating, R. C. 1982. Evolution and systematics of the Onagraceae: leaf anatomy. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 69: 770-803.
  • Keating, R. C. 1982. Perennation in <em>Epilobium</em> (Onagraceae) and its relation to classification and ecology. Syst. Bot. 7: 379-404.
  • Levin, R. A. 2004. Paraphyly in tribe Onagreae: insights into phylogenetic relationships of Onagraceae based on nuclear and chloroplast sequence DNA. Syst. Bot. 29: 147-164.
  • Mitich, L. W. 1999. Fireweed, <em>Epilobium angustifolium</em>. Weed Technol. 13: 191-194.
  • Monochino, J. 1945. <em>Jussiaea uruguayensis</em> in Staten Island, New York. Rhodora 47: 237-239.
  • Munz, P. A. 1942. Studies in Onagraceae. XII. A revision of the New World species of <em>Jussiaea</em>. Darwiniana 4: 179-284.
  • Munz, P. A. 1937. Studies in Onagraceae X. The subgenus <em>Kneiffia</em> (genus <em>Oenothera</em>) and miscellaneous new species of <em>Oenothera</em>. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 64: 287-306.
  • Munz, P. A. 1944. Studies in Onagraceae. XIII. The American species of <em>Ludwigia</em>. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 71: 152-165.
  • Munz, P. A. 1938. Studies in Onagraceae XI. A revision of the genus <em>Gaura</em>. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 65: 105-122, 211-228.
  • Myers, J. A. 2004. Seed dispersal by white-tailed deer: implications for long-distance dispersal, invasion, and migration of plants in eastern North America. Oecologia 139: 35-44.
  • Neff, K. P.; Baldwin, A. H. 2005. Seed dispersal into wetlands: Techniques and results for a restored tidal freshwater marsh. Wetlands 25: 392-404.
  • Nesom, G. L. 2000. Observations on the <em>Ludwigia uruguayensis</em> complex (Onagraceae) in the United States. Castanea 65: 123-125.
  • Parker, I. M. 1996. Reproductive allocation and the fitness consequences of selfing in two sympatric species of <em>Epilobium</em> (Onagraceae) with contrasting mating systems. Amer. J. Bot. 82: 1007-1016.
  • Peng, C. -I. 1988. The biosytematics of <em>Ludwigia</em> sect. <em>Macrocarpium</em> (Onagraceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 75: 970-1009.
  • Peng, C. -I. 1989. The systematics and evolutionof <em>Ludwigia</em> sect. <em>Microcarpium</em> (Onagraceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 76: 221-302.
  • Peng, C. -I. 2005. Systematics and evolution of <em>Ludwigia</em> section <em>Dantia</em> (Onagraceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 92: 307-359.
  • Peng, C. -I. 2005. Systematics and evolution of <em>Ludwigia</em> section <em>Dantia</em> (Onagraceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 92: 307-359.
  • Pennell, F. W. 1919. A brief conspectus of the species of <em>Kneiffia</em>, with the characterization of a new allied genus. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 46: 363-373.
  • Ramamoorthy, T. P.; Zardini, E. M. 1987. The systematics and evolution of <em>Ludwigia</em> sect. <em>Myrtocarpus</em> sensu lato (Onagraceae). Missouri Bot. Gard. Mongr. Syst. Bot. 19: 1-120.
  • Raven, P. H. 1963. The Old World species of <em>Ludwigia</em> (including {Jussiaea</em>), with a synopsis of the genus (Onagraceae). Reinwardtia 6: 327-427.
  • Raven, P. H. 1976. Generic and sectional delimitation in Onagraceae, tribe Epilobieae. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 63: 326-340.
  • Rejmankova, E. 1992. Ecology of creeping macrophytes with special reference to <em>Ludwigia peploides</em> (Kunth) Raven. Aquatic Botany 43: 283-299.
  • Robertson, C. 1892. Flowers and insects. IX. Bot. Gaz. 17: 269-276.
  • Rowley, J. R. 2006. Pollen development in <em>Epilobium</em> (Onagraceae): late microspore stages (a review). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 140: 91-112.
  • Rowley, J. R. 2004. Pollen development in <em>Epilobium</em> (Onagraceae): early microspore stages. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 132: 237-260.
  • Sennikov, A. N. 2011. <em>Chamerion</em> or <em>Chamaenerion</em> (Onagraceae)? The old story in new words. Taxon 60: 1485-1488.
  • Shamsi, S. R. A.; Whitehead, F. H. 1974. Comparative ecophysiology of <em>Epilobium hirsutum</em> L., and <em>Lythrum salicaria</em> L. I. General biology, distribution and germination. J. Ecol. 62: 279-290.
  • Small, J. K. 1896. <em>Oenothera</em> and its segregates. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 23: 167-194.
  • Steiner, E. 1968. Dormant seed environment in relation to natural selection in <em>Oenothera</em>. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 95: 140-155.
  • Straley, G. B. 1977. Systematics of <em>Oenothera</em> sect. <em>Kneiffia</em> (Onagraceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 64: 381-424.
  • Stuckey, R. L. 1970. Distributional history of <em>Epilobium hirsutum</em> (Great Hairy Williow Herb) in North America. Rhodora 72: 164-181.
  • T. F. A. 1870. The <em>Oenothera</em> of Montauk Point, Long Island. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 1: 2-3.
  • Tobe, H.; Raven, P. H. 1996. Embryology of Onagraceae (Myrtales): Characteristics, variation and relationships. Telopea 6: 667-688.
  • Verburg, R. W.; During, H. J. 1998. Vegetative propagation and sexual reproduction in the woodland understory pseudo-annual <em>Circaea lutetiana</em> L. Plant Ecology 134: 211-224.
  • Verburg, R. 2000. Clonal diversity in differently-aged populations of the pseudo-annual clonal plant <em>Circaea lutetiana</em> L. Plant Biology 2: 646-652.
  • Zardini, E. M. 1991. On the separation of two species within the <em>Ludwigia uruguyensis</em> complex (Onagraceae). Syst. Bot. 16: 242-244.