Family: Typhaceae

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Last Modified 03/19/2013

List of Typhaceae Genera

References to Typhaceae

  • Bonasera, J.; Lynch, J.; Leck, M. A. 1979. Comparison of the allelopathic potential of four marsh species. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 106: 217-222.
  • Bonnewell, V.; Koukkari, W. L.; Pratt, D. C. 1983. Light, oxygen, and temperature requirements for Typha latifolia seed germination. Canad. J. Bot. 61: 1330-6.
  • Boyd, C. E. 1971. Further studies on productivity, nutrient and pigment relationships in Typha latifolia populations. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 98: 144-150.
  • Crow, G. E.; Hellquist, C. B. 1981. Aquatic vascular plants of New England: Part 2. Typhaceae and Sparganiaceae.
  • Fassett, N. C.; Calhoun, B. 1952. Introgression between Typha latifolia and T. angustifolia. Evolution 6: 367-379.
  • Finkelstein, S. A. 2003. Identifing pollen grains of Typha latifolia, Typha angustifolia, and Typha x glauca. Canad. J. Bot. 81: 985-990. (Also Sparganium)
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2000. Flora of North America. Volume 22. Magnoliophyta: Alismatidae, Arecidae, Commelinidae (in part), and Zingiberidae. Oxford Univ. Press, New York. , 352 pages. (ISBN 0195137299)
  • Gallardo, M. T.; Martin, B. B.; Martin, D. F. 1998. Annotated bibliography of allelopathic properties of cattails, Typha spp. Florida Scientist 61: 52-8.
  • Grace, J. B. 1986. The biology of Canadian weeds. 73. Typha latifolia L., Typha angustifolia L. and Typha x glauca Godr. Canad. J. Pl. Sci. 66: 361-379.
  • Grace, J. B.; Wetzel, R. G. 1982. Niche differentiation between two rhizomatous plant species: Typha latifolia and Typha angustifolia. Canad. J. Bot. 60: 46-57.
  • Harms, V. L.; Ledingham, G. F. 1986. The narrow-leaved cat-tail, T. x glauca, newly reoprted from Saskatchewan. Canad. Field-Naturalist 100: 107-110.
  • Hotchkiss, N.; Dozier, H. L. 1949. Taxonomy and distribution of North American cat-tails. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 41: 237-254.
  • Keane, B. 1999. Genetic diversity of Typha latifolia (Typhaceae) and the impact of pollutants examined with tandem-repetitive DNA probes. Amer. J. Bot. 86: 1226-1238.
  • Keddy, P. A.; Constabel, P. 1986. Germination of ten shoreline plants in relation to seed size, soil particle size and water level: an experimental study.
  • Kellogg, C. H. 2003. Effects of water level, shade and time on germination and growth of freshwater marsh plants along a simulated successional gradient. J. Ecol. 91: 274-282.
  • Kim, C.; Choi, H. K. 2011. Molecular systematics and character evolution of Typha (Typhaceae) inferred from nuclear and plastid DNA sequence data. Taxon 60: 1417-1428.
  • Knapp, A. K.; Carter, G. A. 1998. Variability in leaf optical properties among 26 species from a broad range of habitats. Amer. J. Bot. 85: 940-946.
  • Krattinger, K 1975. Genetic mobility in Typha. Aquatic Botany 1: 57-70.
  • Kuehn, M. M. 1998. Assessment of hybridization between Typha spp. in North America. Ph.D. Thesis McMaster University,
  • Kuehn, M. M.; White, B. N. 1999. Morphological analysis of genetically identified cattails Typha latifolia, Typha angustifolia, and Typha x glauca. Canad. J. Bot. 77: 906-912.
  • Lee, D. W. 1975. Population variation and introgression in North American Typha. Taxon 24: 633-641.
  • Lee, D. W.; Fairbrothers, D. E. 1973. Enzyme differences between adjacent hybrid and parent populations of Typha. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 100: 3-11.
  • Mal, T. K.; Lovett Doust, J.; Lovett Doust, L. 1997. Time-dependent competitive displacement of Typha angustifolia by Lythrum salicaria. Oikos 79: 26-33.
  • McMillan, C. 1959. Salt tolerance within a Typha population. Amer. J. Bot. 46: 521-526.
  • McNaughton, S. J. 1968. Autotoxic feedback in relation to germination and seedling growth in Typha latifolia. Ecology 49: 367-9.
  • Morris, A. B. 1911. Germination of cat-tail seeds. Torreya 11: 181-184.
  • Moyle, J. B. 1945. Some chemical factors influencing the distribution of aquatic plants in Minnesota. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 34: 402-420.
  • Padgett, D. E.; Crow, G. E. 1994. A vegetation and floristic analysis of a created wetland in southeastern New Hampshire. Rhodora 96: 1-29.
  • Penko, J. M. 1982. A bibliography of the biology, ecology and utilization of Typha. Bio-energy Coord. Off., Univ. Minnesota, St. Paul, MN.
  • Pratt, D. C.; Andrews, N. J. 1980. Cattails (Typha spp.) as an energy source. In Energy from biomass and wastes. IV.
  • Ristich, S. S.; Fredrick, S. W.; Buckley, E. H. 1976. Transplantation of Typha and the distribution of vegetation and algae in a reclaimed estuarine marsh. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 103: 157-164.
  • Roscoe, M. V. 1927. Cytological studies in the genus Typha. Bot. Gaz. 84: 392-406.
  • Ruber, E.; Gillis, G.; Montagna, P. A. 1981. Production of dominant emergent vegetation and of pool algae on a northern Massachusetts salt marsh. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 108: 180-188.
  • Seago, J. L. 1999. Development of the endodermis and hypodermis of Typha glauce Godr. and Typha angustifolia L. roots. Canad. J. Bot. 77: 122-134.
  • Selbo, S. M.; Snow, A. A. 2004. The potential for hybridization between Typha angustifolia and Typha latifolia in a constructed wetland. Aquatic Botany 78: 361-369.
  • Sharma, K. P.; Gopal, B. 1978. Seed germination and occurrence of Typha seedlings in nature. Aquatic Botany 4: 353-358.
  • Sifton, H. B. 1959. The germination of light-sensetive seeds of Typha latifolia L. Canad. J. Bot. 37: 719-39.
  • Smith, S. G. 1967. Experimental and natural hybrids in North American Typha (Typhaceae). Amer. Midl. Naturalist 78: 257-287.
  • Smith, S. G. 1986. The cattails (Typha): Interspecific ecological differences and problems. Lake and Reserv. Manag. 2: 13-16.
  • Smith, S. G. 1987. Typha: Its taxonomy and the ecological significance of hybrids. Arch. Hydrobiol. 27: 129-138.
  • Snow, A. A. 2010. Species-specific SSR alleles for studies of hybrid cattails (Typha latifolia x T. angustifolia; Typhaceae) in North America. Amer. J. Bot. 97: 2061-2067.
  • Stuckey, R. L. 1987. Typha angustifolia in North America: a foreigner masquerading as a native. Amer. J. Bot. 74: 757.
  • Thieret, J. W.; Luken, J. O. 1996. The Typhaceae in the southeastern United States. Harvard Papers in Botany 8: 27-56.
  • Waters, I.; Shay, J. M. 1990. A field study of the morphometric response of Typha glauca shoots to a water depth gradient. Canad. J. Bot. 68: 2339-2343.
  • Waters, I.; Shay, J. M. 1992. Effect of water depth on population parameters of a Typha glauca stand. Canad. J. Bot. 70: 349-351.
  • Yakimowski, S. B.; Hager, H. A.; Eckert, C. G. 2005. Limits and effects of invasion by the nonindigenous wetland plant Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife): a seed bank analysis. Biological Invasions 7: 687-698. (Also Typha)
  • Yeo, R. R. 1964. Life history of common cattail. Weeds 12: 284-288.