New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Poaceae

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Nomenclature

List of Poaceae Genera

References to Poaceae

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  • Bartlett, E.; Novak, S. J.; Mack, R. N. 2002. Genetic variation in <em>Bromus tectorum</em> (Poaceae): differentiation in the eastern United States. Amer. J. Bot. 89: 602-612.
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  • Beetle, A. A. 1955. The four subfamilies of the Gramineae. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 82: 196-197.
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  • Cheplick, G. P. 2006. A modular aproach to biomass allocation in an invasive annual (<em>Microstegium vimineum</em>; Poaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 93: 539-545.
  • Cheplick, G. P. 2006. Seed rain, transient seeds banks, and seedling recruitment of annual on a coastal beach. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 133: 379-392.
  • Cheplick, G. P. 2010. Limits to local spatial spread in a highly invasive annual grass (<em>Microstegium vimineum</em>). Biological Invasions 12: 1759-1771.
  • Cheplick, G. P.; Demetri, H. 1999. Impact of saltwater spray and sand deposition on the coastal annual <em>Triplasis purpurea</em> (Poaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 86: 703-710.
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  • Cheplick, G. P.; Wickstrom, V. M. 1999. Assessing the potential for competition on a coastal beach and the significance of variable seed mass in <em>Triplasis purpurea</em>. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 126: 296-306.
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  • Chiapella, J. 2007. A molecular phylogenetic study of <em>Deschampsia</em> (Poaceae: Aveneae) inferred from nuclear ITS and plastid trnL sequence data: support for the recognition of <em>Avenella</em> and <em>Vahlodea</em>. Taxon 56: 55-64.
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  • Church, G. L. 1967. Taxonomic and generic relationships of eastern North American species of <em>Elymus</em> with setaceous glumes. Rhodora 69: 121-162.
  • Cialdella, A. M. et.al. 2007. A phylogeny of <em>Piptochaetium</em> (Poaceae: Pooideae: Stipeae) and related genera based on a combined analysis including trnL-F, rpl16, and morphology. Syst. Bot. 32: 545-559.
  • Cialdella, A. M.; Giussani, L. M. 2002. Phylogenetic relationships of the genus <em>Piptochaetium</em> (Poaceae, Pooideae, Stipeae): evidence from morphological data.
  • Clark, L. G.; Zhang, W; Wendel, J. F. 1995. A phylogeny of the grass family (Poaceae) based on ndhF data. Syst. Bot. 20: 436-460.
  • Clausen, Robert T. 1952. Suggestion for the assignment of <em>Torryochloa</em> to <em>Puccinellia</em>. Rhodora 54: 42-45.
  • Clayton, W. D. 1968. The correct name of the Common Reed. Taxon 7: 168-169.
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  • Cole, P. G.; Weltzin, J. F. 2004. Environmental correlates of the distribution and abundance of <em>Microstegium vimineum</em>, in east Tennessee. Southeastern Naturalist 3: 545-562.
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