New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Verbenaceae

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Last Modified 03/20/2013

List of Verbenaceae Genera

References to Verbenaceae

  • Barber, S. C. 1982. Taxonomic studies in the Verbena stricta complex (Verbenaceae). Syst. Bot. 7: 433-456.
  • Beardsley, P. M.; Olmstead, R. G. 2002. Redifining Phrymaceae: the placement of Mimulus, tribe Mimuleae, and Phryma. Amer. J. Bot. 89: 1093-1102.
  • Braendel, M.; Schuetz, W. 2003. Seasonal dormancy patterns and stratification requirements in seeds of Verbena officinalis L. Basic and Applied Ecology 4: 329-337.
  • Chadwell, T. B. et.al. 1992. Pollen morphology of Phryma and some putative relatives. Syst. Bot. 17: 210-219.
  • Cruden, R. W. et.al. 1990. The mating systems and pollination biology of three species of Verbena Verbenaceae. J. Iowa Acad. Sci. 97: 178-183.
  • Endo, Y.; Miyauchi, T. 2006. Thermonasty of young main stems of Phryma leptostachya (Phrymaceae). J. Pl. Res. 119: 449-457.
  • Hobbs, C. 1991. The chaste tree: Vitex agnus castus. Pharmacy in History 33: 19-24.
  • Martinez, S. et.al. 1996. Morphology of inflorescences in Verbenaceae-Verbenoideae. I: Tribe Verbeneae. Darwiniana 34: 1-17. (In Spanish)
  • Marx, H. E. et.al. 2010. A molecular phylogeny and classification of Verbenaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 97: 1647-1663.
  • Mathew, L.; Shah, G. L. 1988. Pollen morphology and their taxonomic significance in some Verbenaceae. Geophytology 18: 89-101.
  • Nesom, G. L. 2010. Infrageneric classification of Verbena (Verbenaceae). Phytoneuron 2010-11: 1-15.
  • Nesom, G. L. 2010. Taxonomy of Verbena urticifolia (Verbenaceae) and its close relatives. Phytoneuron 2010-14: 1-12.
  • Nie, Z. L. et.al. 2006. Evolution of biogeographic disjunction between eastern Asia and eastern North America in Phryma (Phrymaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 93: 1343-1356.
  • Rachich, J.; Reader, R. 1999. Interactive effects of herbivory and competition on blue vervain (Verbena hastata L.: Verbenaceae). Wetlands 19: 156-161.
  • Ramana, R. V. et.al. 2000. Embryology of Phryma leptostachya L. (Verbenaceae) with considerations of its systematic status and affinities. Feddes Repert. 111: 231-248.
  • Robertson, C. 1892. Flowers and insects. VII. Bot. Gaz. 17: 65-71.
  • Sanders, R. W. 2001. The genera of Verbenaceae in the southeastern United States. Harvard Papers in Botany 5: 303-358.
  • Tooker, J. F.; Reagel, P. F.; Hanks, L. M. 2002. Nectar sources of day-flying lepidoptera of central illinois. Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 95: 84-96.
  • Wagstaff, S. J. 1997. Phylogeny of Labiatae and Verbenaceae inferred from rbcL sequences. Syst. Bot. 22: 165-179.
  • Yashodhara, K. et.al. 2000. Structure, distribution and taxonomic importance of trichomes in the tribe Verbeneae (Verbenaceae). Beitr. Biol. Pflanzen 72: 265-285.