New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Chenopodiaceae

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Last Modified 02/01/2013


List of Chenopodiaceae Genera

References to Chenopodiaceae

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  • Bertness, M. D.; Gough, L.; Shumway, S. W. 1992. Salt tolerances and the distribution of fugitive salt marsh plants. Ecology 73: 1842-51.
  • Blackwell, W. H.; Baechle, M. D.; Williamson, G. 1978. Synopsis of <em>Kochia</em> (Chenopodiaceae) in North America. Sida 7: 248-254.
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  • Clemants, Steven E. 1992. Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae of New York State. New York State Museum, Albany, NY. (Bulletin 485)
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  • Dvorak, F. 1989. Chromosome counts and chromosome morphology of some selected species. Scripta Facultatis Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Purkynianae Brunensis 19: 301-322.
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  • Flores, H.; Davis, J. I. 2001. A cladistic analysis of Atripliceae (Chenopodiaceae) based on morphological data. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 128: 297-319.
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  • Holubowicz, R. 1992. Internal seed structure of selected vegetable species. Acta Botanica Hungarica 37: 267-277.
  • Hopkins, C. O.; Blackwell, W. H. 1977. Synopsis of <em>Suaeda</em> (Chenopodiaceae) in North America. Sida 7: 147-173.
  • Ignaciuk, R.; Lee, J. A. 1980. The germination of four annual strand-line species. New Phyt. 84: 581-591.
  • Jacobs, S. W. L. 2001. Review of leaf anatomy and ultrastructure in the Chenopodiaceae (Caryophyllales). J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 128: 236-253.
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  • Kadereit, G. 2003. Phylogeny of Amaranthaceae and Chenopodiaceae and the evolution of C4 photosynthesis. Int. J. Plant Sci. 164: 959-986.
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  • Kadereit, G.; Freitag, H. 2011. Molecular phylogeny of Camphorosmeae (Champhorosmoideae, Chenopodiaceae): implications for biogeography, evolution of C4-photosynthesis and taxonomy. Taxon 60: 51-78.
  • Khan, M. A.; Ungar, I. A. 1986. Life history and population dynamics of <em>Atriplex triangularis</em>. Vegetatio 66: 17-25.
  • Kurashige, N. S.; Agrawal, A. A. 2005. Phenotypic plasticity to light competition and herbivory in <em>Chenopodium album</em> (Chenopodiaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 92: 21-26.
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  • Mosyakin, S. L.; Clemants, Steven E. 2008. Further transfers of glandular-pubescent species from <em>Chenopodium</em> subg. <em>Ambrosia</em> to <em>Dysphania</em> (Chenopodiaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 2: 425-431.
  • Mosyakin, S. L.; Clemants, Steven E. 1996. New infrageneric taxa and combinations in <em>Chenopodium</em> L. (Chenopodiaceae). Novon 6: 398-403.
  • Mosyakin, S. L.; Clemants, Steven E. 2002. New nomenclatural combinations in <em>Dysphania</em> R. Br. (Chenopodiaceae): Taxa occurring in North America. Ukrayins'k Bot. Zhurn. 59: 380-385.
  • Mueller, M. H. 2002. The potential role of ducks in wetland seed dispersal. Wetlands 22: 170-178.
  • Muller, K.; Borsch, T. 2005. Phylogenetics of Amaranthaceae based on matK/trnK sequence data- evidence from parsimony, likelihid, and Bayesian analyses. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 92: 66-102.
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  • 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.
  • Schenk, H. J.; Ferren, W. R. 2001. On the sectional nomenclature of <em>Suaeda</em> (Chenopodiaceae). Taxon 50: 857-873.
  • Schutze, P.; Freitag, H.; Weising, K. 2003. An integrated molecular and morphological study of the subfamily Suaedoideae Ulbr. (Chenopodiaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 239: 257-286.
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  • Ungar, I. A. 1996. Effect of salinity on seed germination, growth, and ion accumulation of <em>Atriplex patula</em> (Chenopodiaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 83: 604-607.
  • Wahl, H. A. 1954. A preliminary study of the genus <em>Chenopodium</em> in North America. Bartonia 27: 1-46.
  • Wolff, S. L.; Jefferies, R. L. 1987. Taxonomic status of diploid <em>Salicornia europae</em> (s.l.) (Chenopodiaceae) in northeastern North America. Canad. J. Bot. 65: 1420-1426.
  • Wolff, S. L.; Jefferies, R. L. 1987. Morphological and isozyme variation in <em>Salicornia europae</em> (s.l.) (Chenopodiaceae) in northeastern North America. Canad. J. Bot. 65: 1410-1419.
  • Wolters, M.; Bakker, J. P. 2002. Soil seed bank and driftline composition along a successional gradient on a temperate salt marsh. Applied Veg. Sci. 5: 55-62.
  • Yao, S. 2010. Effect of three salts on germination and seedling survival of dimorphic seeds of <em>Chenopodium album</em>. Botany 88: 821-828.
  • Zacharias, E. H.; Baldwin, B. G. 2010. A molecular phylogeny of North American Atripliceae (Chenopodiaceae), with implications for floral and photosynthetic pathway evolution. Syst. Bot. 35: 839-857.