New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Lamiaceae

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Last Modified 02/01/2013

List of Lamiaceae Genera

References to Lamiaceae

  • Albrecht, M. A.; McCarthy, B. C. 2006. Seed germination and dormancy in the medicinal woodland herbs Collinsonia canadensis L. (Lamiaceae) and Dioscorea villosa L. (Dioscoreaceae). Flora 201: 24-31.
  • Andersson, S. 2002. Floral scents in butterfly-pollinated plants: Possible convergence in chemical composition. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 140: 129-153.
  • Andrus, M. E.; Stuckey, R. L. 1981. Introgressive hybridization and habitat separation in Lycopus americanus and L. europaeus at the southwestern shores of Lake Erie. Michigan Bot. 20: 127-135.
  • Bendiksby, M. 2011. An updated phylogeny and classification of Lamiaceae subfamily Lamioideae. Taxon 60: 471-484.
  • Bendiksby, M. 2011. Molecular phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Lamium L. (Lamiaceae): disentangling origins of presumed allotetraploids. Taxon 60: 986-1000.
  • Bosy, J.; Aarssen, L. W. 1995. The effect of seed orientation on germination in a uniform environment: Differential success without genetic or environmental variation. J. Ecol. 83: 769-773.
  • Bunsawat, J. 2004. Phylogenetics of Mentha (Lamiaceae); evidence from chloroplast DNA sequences. Syst. Bot. 29: 959-964.
  • Cantino, P. D. 1981. The Physotegia puppurea-lentophylla-dentriculata problem: Taxonomic and nomenclatural clarification. Rhodora 83: 581-593.
  • Cantino, P. D. 1982. A monograph of the genus Phytostegia. Contr. Gray Herb. 211: 1-105.
  • Carovic-Stanko, K. 2011. Molecular and chemical characterization of the most widespread Ocimum species. Pl. Syst. Evol. 294: 253-262.
  • Carr, M. E. 1985. Plant species evaluated for new crop potential. Econ. Bot. 39(3): 336-45.
  • Chambers, K. L.; Chambers, H. L. 2008. Infrageneric classification and nomenclatural notes for Pycnanthemum (Lamiaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 2: 193-199.
  • Chancellor, R. J. 1986. Decline of arable weed seeds during 20 Years in soil under grass and the periodicity of seedling emergence after cultivation.
  • Cousins, D. J. (eds.) (1994): 1994. Medicinal, essential oil, culinary herb and pesticidal plants of the Labiatae. 2 Parts. CAB International, Wallingford,, Oxon, UK. , 227 pages. (Distributed in U.S. by Univ. of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ. For review by N. Asfaw & S. Demissew see J. Econ. Bot. 50(3):344. 1996.)
  • Dursch, G. 1964. Zur cytologie und taxonomie der goldnessel (Lamium galeobdolon (L.) L.) Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 76: 351-359. (In German)
  • Fernald, M. L. 1908. Notes on some plants of northeastern America. Rhodora 10: 84-95.
  • Gill, L. S. 1981. Bio-systematics of the tribe Satureineae Labiatae in Canada 2. Cytologia 46: 45-56.
  • Gobert, V. 2002. Hybridization in the section Mentha (Lamiaceae) inferred from AFLP markers. Amer. J. Bot. 89: 2017-2023.
  • Harley, R. M. 2003. Validation of the name Lamioideae (Labiatae). Kew Bull. 58: 765-766.
  • Henderson, N. C. 1962. A taxonomic revision of the genus Lycopus (Labiatae). Amer. Midl. Naturalist 68: 95-138.
  • Hermann, F. J. 1936. Diagnostic characters in Lycopus. Rhodora 38: 373-375.
  • Huang, M. 2008. Systematics of Trichostema (Lamiaceae): evidence from ITS, ndhF, and morphology. Syst. Bot. 33: 437-446.
  • Husain, S. Z. 1990. A micromorphological study of some representative genera in the tribe Saturejeae Lamiaceae. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 103: 59-80.
  • Jamzad, Z. 2003. Phylogenetic relationships in Nepeta L. (Lamiaceae) and related genera based on ITS sequence data Taxon 52: 21-32.
  • Jarvis, C. E.; Cafferty, S.; Forrest, L. L. 2001. Typification of Linnaean names in Lamiaceae (Labiatae). Taxon 50: 507-523.
  • Lachance, D.; Lavoie, C. 2002. Reconstructing the biological invasion of European water-horehound, Lycopus europaeus (Labiatae), along the St. Lawrence River, Quebec. Rhodora 104: 151-160.
  • Lamont, E. E.; Fitzgerald, J. M. 2001. Noteworthy plants reported from the Torrey Range- 2000. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 128: 409-414.
  • Lawton, B. P. 2002. Mints- A family of herbs and ornamentals. Timber Press, Portland. , 272 pages. (ISBN 0881925241)
  • Lovell, H. B. 1951. The mechanisms of pollination. II. Flowers with unusual pollinating mechanisms. Bees 5: 18-20, 23.
  • Marin, P. D. 2001. Acacetin glycosides as taxonomic markers in Calamintha and Micromeria. Phytochemistry 58: 943-947.
  • McClintock, E.; Epling, C. 1946. A revision of Teucrium in the New World, with observations on its variation, geographical distribution and history. Brittonia 5: 491-510.
  • Mennema, J. 1989. A taxonomic revision of Lamium (Lamiaceae). Leiden Bot. Ser. 11: 1-198.
  • Moon, H. K. 2008. Palynological evolutionary trends within the tribe Mentheae with special emphasis on subtribe Menthinae (Nepetoideae: Lamiaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 275: 93-108.
  • Moon, H. K. 2010. Phylogeny of tribe Mentheae (Lamiaceae): the story of molecules and micromorphological characters. Taxon 59: 1065-1076.
  • Nelson, A. P. 1963. The spelling and derivation of the generic name Prunella L. (Labiatae). Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 90: 29-32.
  • Nelson, J. B. 1993. Noteworthy Collections, South Carolina. Castanea 58: 59-63.
  • Nelson, J. B.; Fairey, J. E. 1979. Misapplication of the name Stachys nuttallii (Laminaceae). Brittonia 31: 491-494.
  • Nussbaum, E. S. 1985. The effects of temperature and rainfall on emergence and growth of eight weeds. Weed Science 33: 165-170.
  • Paton, A. 1990. A global taxonomic investigation of Scutellaria (Labitae). Kew Bull. 45: 399-450.
  • Paton, A. 1999. Ocimum: an overview of classification and relationships. In: Basil: the genus <em>Ocimum</em>.. Harwood Academic Publishers, Amsterdam. ,
  • Peirson, J. A. 2006. A taxonomic revision of Collinsonia (Lamiaceae) based on phenetic analysis of morphological variation. Syst. Bot. 31: 398-409.
  • Pemberton, R. W.; Irving, D. W. 1990. Elaiosomes on weed seeds and the potential for myrmecochory in naturalized plants.
  • Prather, L. A. 2002. Monophyly and phylogeny of Monarda (Lamiaceae): evidence from the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of nuclear ribosomal DNA. Syst. Bot. 27: 127-137.
  • Reveal, J. L. 1986. Additional comments on Linnaean types of eastern North American plants. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 92: 161-176.
  • Reveal, J. L. 1989. Proposals to conserve the names and types of three North American Linnaean species. Taxon 38: 515-519.
  • Robertson, C. 1892. Flowers and insects: Labiatae. Trans. St. Louis Acad. Sci. 6: 101-31.
  • Rosenbaumova, R. 2004. Variation in Lamium subg. Galeobdolon (Lamiaceae)- insights from ploidy levels, morphology and isozymes. Pl. Syst. Evol. 244: 219-244.
  • Ryding, O. 2009. Pericarp structure in Monarda (Lamiaceae). Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 127: 453-458.
  • Ryding, O. 2010. Pericarp structure and phylogeny of tribe Mentheae (Lamiaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 285: 165-175.
  • Scheen, A. C. 2010. Molecular phylogenetics, character evolution, and suprageneric classification of Lamioideae (Lamiaceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 97: 191-217.
  • Scora, R. W. 1966. The nature of the inflorescence of Monarda (Labiatae). Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 93: 175-180.
  • Southwick, E. E. 1981. Nectar production composition energetics and pollinator attractiveness in spring flowers of western New York USA. Amer. J. Bot. 68: 994-1002.
  • Sprague, T. A. 1928. The correct spelling of certain generic names. II. Kew Bull. 1928: 285-96.
  • Stuckey, R. L. 1969. The introduction and spread of Lycopus asper (Western water horehound) in western Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair region. Michigan Bot. 8: 111-120.
  • Stuckey, R. L.; Phillips, W. L. 1970. Distributional history of Lycopus europaeus (European Water-horehound) in North America. Rhodora 72: 259-367.
  • Tabak, N. M. 2011. Salvia glutinosa (Lamiaceae) naturalized in southeastern New York. Rhodora 113: 220-224.
  • 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.
  • Walker, J. B. 2004. Salvia (Lamiaceae) is not monophyletic: implications for the systematics, radiation, and ecological specializations of Salvia and tribe Mentheae. Amer. J. Bot. 91: 1115-1125.
  • Weber, J. W.; Ball, P. W. 1980. Introgression in Canadian populations of Lycopus americanus Muhl. and L. europaeus L. (Labitae). Rhodora 82: 281-304.