Family: Caryophyllaceae

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Last Modified 04/29/2013

List of Caryophyllaceae Genera

References to Caryophyllaceae

  • Ahlgren, C. E.; Ahlgren, I. F. 1981. Some effects of different forest litters on seed germination and growth. Canad. J. Forest Res. 11: 710-714.
  • Andersson, S. 2002. Floral scents in butterfly-pollinated plants: Possible convergence in chemical composition. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 140: 129-153.
  • Ball, P. W.; Heywood, V. H. 1964. A revision of the genus Petrorhagia. Bull. British Mus. (Nat. Hist.) Bot. 3: 121-172.
  • Bartgis, R. 1991. Cypripedium candidum and six other additions to the known flora of Maryland. Castanea 56: 220-1.
  • Bartgis, R. L.; Hutton, E. E. 1988. Additions to the known flora of West Virginia. Castanea 53: 295-8.
  • Baskin, J. M.; Baskin, C. C. 1986. Temperature requirements for after-ripening in seeds of nine winter annuals. Weed Research 26: 375-380.
  • Burleigh, J. G.; Holtsford, T. P. 2003. Molecular systematics of the eastern North American Silene (Caryophyllaceae): evidence from nuclear ITS and chloroplast trnL intron sequences. Rhodora 105: 76-90.
  • Cafferty, S.; Jarvis, C. E. 2004. Typification of Linnaean plant names in Caryophyllaceae. Taxon 53: 1049-1054.
  • Chancellor, R. J. 1986. Decline of arable weed seeds during 20 Years in soil under grass and the periodicity of seedling emergence after cultivation.
  • Core, E. L. 1941. The North American species of Paronychia. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 26: 369-397.
  • Crow, G. E. 1978. A taxonomic revision of Sagina (Caryophyllaceae) in North America. Rhodora 80: 1-91.
  • Crow, G. E. 1979. The systematic significance of seed morphology in Sagina (Caryophyllaceae) utilizing SEM. Brittonia 31: 52-63.
  • Dailey, T. B.; Scott, P. E. 2006. Spring nectar sources for solitary bees and flies in a landscape of deciduous forest and agricultural fields: production, variability, and consumption. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 133: 535-547.
  • Fenster, C. B. 2006. Nectar reward and advertisement in hummingbird-pollinated Silene virginica (Caryophyllaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 93: 1800-1807.
  • Fior, S. 2006. Molecular phylogeny of the Caryophyllaceae (Caryophyllales) inferred from chloroplast MATK and nuclear RDNA ITS sequences. Amer. J. Bot. 93: 399-411.
  • Fleming, P.; Kanal, R. 1992. Newly documented species of vascular plants in the District of Columbia. Castanea 57: 132-46.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2005. Flora of North America. Volume 5. Magnoliophyta: Caryophyllidae, part 2. Oxford Univ. Press, New York. , 656 pages. (ISBN 0195222113)
  • Fogg, J. M. Jr. 1966. The silent travelers. Brooklyn Bot. Gard. Rec. 22: 4-7. (New Series)
  • Greenberg, A. K.; Donoghue, M. J. 2011. Molecular systematics and character evolution in Caryophyllaceae. Taxon 60: 1637-1652.
  • Gustafson, D. J. 2003. Amplified fragment length polymorphism analysis of genetic relationships among the serpentine barrens endemic Cerastium velutinum Rafinesque var. villosissimum Pennell (Caryoplyllaceae) and closely related Cerastium species. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 130: 218-223.
  • Hagerup, O. 1944. Notes on some boreal polyploides. Hereditas 30: 152-60.
  • Harbaugh, D. T. 2010. A new lineage-based tribal classification of the family Caryophyllaceae. Int. J. Plant Sci. 171: 185-198.
  • Hart, R. 1990. A successful transplant of Cerastium arvense var. villosum to Staten Island serpentine. Bartonia 56: 69-70.
  • Herlihy, C. R.; Delph, L. F. 2009. Selection lines of Silene latifolia (Caryophyllaceae) differ in how stress affects pollen production. Int. J. Plant Sci. 170: 1103-1108.
  • House, H. D. 1921. Nomenclatural notes on certain American plants. I. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 7: 126-35.
  • Huntsman, G. R.; Kelly, F. L. 1971. New distribution records for three vascular plants- Cypripedium acaule, Acer negundo, and Silene virginica- in eastern North Carolina. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 87: 174.
  • Jenkins, C.; Keller, S. R. 2011. a phylogenetic comparative study of preadaptation for invasiveness in the genus Silene Caryophyllaceae). Biological Invasions 13: 1471-1486.
  • Jurgens, A. 2006. Comparative floral morphopetrics in day-flowering, night-flowering and self-pollinated Caryophylloideae (Agrostemma, Dianthus, Saponaria, Silene, and Vaccaria). Pl. Syst. Evol. 257: 233-250.
  • Lehr, J. H. 1963. A new color form of Dianthus armeria. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 90: 207.
  • Leins, P.; Walter, A.; Erbar, C. 2001. A morphological interpretation of the petals in Caryophyllaceae. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 123: 355-367. (In German; English abstract)
  • Magnarelli, L. A. 1983. Nectar sugars and caloric reserves in natural populuations of Aedes canadensis and Aedes stimulans Diptera Culicidae. Environmental Entomology 12: 1482-1486.
  • Maschmeyer, J. R.; Quinn, J. A. 1976. Copper tolerance in New Jersey populations of Agrostis stolonifera and Paronychia fastigiata. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 103: 244-251.
  • McCauley, D. E. 2007. Inheritance of chloroplast DNA is not strictly maternal in Silene vulgaris (Caryophyllaceae): evidence from experimental crosses and natural populations. Amer. J. Bot. 94: 1333-1337.
  • Milberg, P.; Andersson, L. 1997. Seasonal variation in dormancy and light sensitivity in buried seeds of eight annual weed species. Canad. J. Bot. 75: 1998-2004.
  • Mitchell, R. S. 1991. Sagina japonica (Sw.) Ohwi (Caryophyllaceae), an overlooked adventive in the northeastern United States. Rhodora 93: 192-194.
  • Mitchell, R. S.; Uttal, L. J. 1969. Natural hybridization in Virginia Silene (Caryophyllaceae). Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 96: 544-549.
  • Morton, J. K. 2002. Documented chromosome numbers 2002:2. Chromosome numbers in North American species of Cerastium (Caryophyllaceae). Sida 20: 227-231.
  • Morton, J. K. 2005. Documented chromosome numbers 2005: 3. Chromosome numbers in North American species of Silene and Stellaria (Caryophyllaceae). Sida 21: 1669-1674.
  • Mulcahy, D. L. 1968. The significance of delayed pistillate anthesis in Silene alba. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 95: 135-139.
  • Myers, J. A. 2004. Seed dispersal by white-tailed deer: implications for long-distance dispersal, invasion, and migration of plants in eastern North America. Oecologia 139: 35-44.
  • Popp, M.; Oxelman, B. 2007. Origin and evolution of North American polyploid Silene (Caryophyllaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 94: 330-349.
  • Rabeler, R. K. 1985. Petrorohagia (Caryophyllaceae) in North America. Sida 11: 6-44.
  • Reynolds, R. J. 2009. Pollinator specialization and pollination syndromes of three related North American Silene. Ecology 90: 2077-2087.
  • Rossbach, R. P. 1940. Spergularia in North and South America. Rhodora 42: 57-83, 105-143, 158-193, 203-213.
  • Scheen, A. C. 2004. Northern hemispheric biogeography of Cerastium (Caryophyllaceae): insights from phylogenetic analysis of noncoding plastid nucleotide sequences. Amer. J. Bot. 91: 943-952.
  • Smissen, R. D. 2002. Subfamilial relationships within Caryophyllaceae as inferred from 5' NDHF sequences. Amer. J. Bot. 89: 1136-1341.
  • Smissen, R. D.; Garnock-Jones, P. J. 2002. Relationships, classification and evolution of Scleranthus (Caryophyllaceae) as inferred from analysis of morphological characters. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 140: 15-29.
  • Ungar, I. A.; Binet, P. 1975. Factors influencing seed dormancy in Spergularia media (L.) C. Presl. Aquatic Botany 1: 45-55.
  • Walmsley, C. A.; Davy, A. J. 1997. Germination characteristics of shingle beach species, effects of seed ageing and their implications for vegetation restoration. J. Applied Ecol. 34: 131-142.
  • Wolfe, L. M. 2007. Does intraspecific hybridization contribute to the evolution of invasiveness?: an experimental test. Biological Invasions 9: 515-521. (Silene latifolia)
  • 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.
  • Wright, J. W.; Meagher, T. R. 2003. Pollination and seed predation drive flowering phenology in Silene latifolia (Caryophyllaceae). Ecology 84: 2062-2073.