New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Lentibulariaceae

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Last Modified 03/19/2013

Nomenclature

List of Lentibulariaceae Genera

References to Lentibulariaceae

  • Barnhart, J. H. 1907. A new <em>Utricularia</em> from Long Island. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 34: 579-582.
  • Beal, E. O.; Quay, T. L. et.al. 1968. A review of <em>Utricularia olivacea</em> Wright ex Grisebach (<em>Lentibulariaceae</em>). J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 84: 462-466.
  • Beal, W. J. 1878. Insects needed to fertilize <em>Utricularia</em> and <em>Pyxidanthera</em>. Amer. Naturalist 12: 552-554.
  • Broussaud-Le Strat, F. 1998. Historique et bibliographie du genre <em>Utricularia</em>. J. Bot. Soc. Bot. France 7: 83-87. (In French)
  • Cieslak, T. et.al. 2005. Phylogentic analysis of <em>Pinguicula</em> (Lentibulariaceae): chloroplast DNA sequences and morphology support several geographically distinct radiations. Amer. J. Bot. 92: 1723-1736.
  • Degtjareva, G. et.al. 2004. Seed morphology in the genus <em>Pinguicula</em> (Lentibulariaceae). Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 125: 431-452.
  • Gates, F. C. 1939. Conditions for the flowering of {Utricularia resupinata</em>. Lilloa 5: 159-162.
  • Hellquist, C. B. 1974. A white-flowered form of <em>Utricularia purpurea</em> from New Hampshire. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 76: 805.
  • Jobson, R. W. et.al. 2003. Molecular phylogenetics of Lentibulariaceae inferred from plastid rps16 intron and trnL-F DNA sequences: implications for character evolution and biogeography. Syst. Bot. 28: 157-171.
  • Kondo, K. M. 1978. Anatomical studies on seeds and seedlings of some <em>Utricularia] (<em>Lentibulariaceae)</em>. Brittonia 30: 89-95.
  • Lloyd, F. E. 1935. <em>Utricularia</em>. Biol. Rev. 10: 72-100.
  • Llyod, F.E. 1933. The structure and behavior of <em>Uricularia purpurea</em>. Canad. J. Bot. 8: 234-252.
  • Lobreau-Callen, D; Jeremie, J; Suarez-Cervera, M. 1999. Morphology and unltrastructure of pollen of the genus <em>Utricularia</em> (Lentibulariaceae). Canad. J. Bot. 77: 744-767. (In French; English summary)
  • Mitchell, R. S.; Maenza-Gmelch, T. E.; Barbour, J. G. 1994. <em>Utricularia inflata</em> Walt. (Lentibulariaceae), new to New York State. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 121: 295-7.
  • Moyle, J. B. 1945. Some chemical factors influencing the distribution of aquatic plants in Minnesota. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 34: 402-420.
  • Otto, C. 1999. Effects of prey and turion size on the growth and turion production of the carnivorous bladderwort, <em>Utricularia vulgaris</em>. Arch. Hydrobiol. 145: 469-478.
  • Reinert, G. W.; Godfrey, R. K. 1962. Reappraisal of <em>Utricularia inflata</em> and <em>U. radiata</em> (Lentibulariaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 49: 213-220.
  • Rossbach, G. B. 1939. Aquatic Urticularias. Rhodora 41: 113-128.
  • Sorrensen, D. R.; Jackson, W. T. 1968. The utilization of <em>Paramecia</em> by the carnivorous plant <em>Utricularia gibba</em>. Planta 83: 166-170.
  • Tans, W. 1987. Lentibulariaceae: The Bladderwort family in Wisconsin. Michigan Bot. 26: 52-62.
  • Taylor, P. 1989. The genus <em>Utricularia</em>- a taxonomic monograph. Vol. Kew Bulletin Additional Series XIV. Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens, London. , 724 pages. (ISBN 0112500463)
  • Taylor, P. 1964. The genus <em>Utricularia</em> L. (Lentibulariaceae) in Africa (south of the Sahara) and Madagascar. Kew Bull. 18: 1-245.
  • Titus, J. E.; Grise, D. J. 2009. The invasive freshwater macrophyte <em>Utricularia inflata</em> (inflated bladderwort) dominates Adirondack Mountain lake sites. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 136: 479-486.
  • Urban, R. A. et.al. 2009. Shading by an invasive macrophyte has cascading effects on sediment chemistry. Biological Invasions 11: 265-273. (Utricularia inflata)
  • Uttal, L. J. 1956. Notes on <em>Utricularia biflora</em> and <em>U. fibrosa</em>. Rhodora 58: 41-43.