New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Juncaceae

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Last Modified 02/15/2013


List of Juncaceae Genera

References to Juncaceae

  • Bertness, M. D.; Gough, L.; Shumway, S. W. 1992. Salt tolerances and the distribution of fugitive salt marsh plants. Ecology 73: 1842-51.
  • Brooks, R. E. 1986. Seed morphology under SEM and light microscopy in Kansas <em>Juncus</em> (Juncaceae). Brittonia 38: 201-209.
  • Brooks, R. E. 1989. A revision of <em>Juncus</em> subgenus <em>Poiophylli</em> (Juncaceae) in the eastern United States. Ph.D. Dissertation Univ. Kansas, Lawrence, KS,
  • Buchenau, F. 1890. Monographia Juncacearum. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 12: 1-495, 622-623, plates 1-3.
  • Clemants, Steven E. 1990. Juncaceae (Rush Family) of New York State. Contr. To a Flora of New York State. New York State Mus. Bull. 475: 1-end.
  • Cope, T. A. 1978. The <em>Juncus bufonius] L. aggregate in western Europe. Watsonia 12: 113-156.
  • Dalton, P. A. 1983. Aquatic and wetland plants of the Arnold Arboretum. Arnoldia (Jamaica Plain) 43: 7-44.
  • Drabkova, L. 2003. Phylogeny of the Juncaceae based on rbcL sequences, with special emphasis on <em>Luzula</em> DC. and <em>Juncus</em> L. Pl. Syst. Evol. 240: 133-147.
  • Drabkova, L.; Vlcek, C. 2009. DNA variation within Juncaceae: a comparison of impact of organelle regions on phylogeny. Pl. Syst. Evol. 278: 169-186.
  • Ebinger, J. E. 1964. Taxonomy of the subgenus <em>Pterodes</em>, genus <em>Luzula</em>. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 10: 279-304.
  • Eleuterius, L. N. 1975. The life of history of the Salt Marsh Rush, <em>Juncus effucus</em>. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 102: 135-140.
  • Engelmann, G. 1866. Revision of the North American species of the genus <em>Junus</em>, with a description of new or imperfectly known species. Trans. St. Louis Acad. Sci. 2: 442-498. (1866-1868)
  • Ervin, G. N.; Wetzel, R. G. 2001. Seed fall and field germination of needlerush, <em>Junucs effusus</em> L. Aquatic Botany 71: 233-237.
  • Fernald, M. L. 1903. Some variations in <em>Triglochin maritima</em>. Rhodora 5: 174-175.
  • Fernald, M. L. 1910. The North American variation of <em>Juncus effusus</em>. Rhodora 12: 81-93.
  • 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)
  • Hacker, S. D.; Bertness, M. D. 1995. Morphological and physiological consequences of a positive plant interaction. Ecology 76: 2165-75.
  • Haet-Ahti, L. 1971. A synopsis of the species of <em>Luzula</em>, subgenus <em>Anthelaea</em> Grisebach (Juncaceae) indigenous in North America. Ann. Bot. Fenn. 8: 368-381.
  • Hagerup, O. 1944. Notes on some boreal polyploides. Hereditas 30: 152-60.
  • Hamet-Ahti, L. 1980. The <em>Juncus effusus</em> aggregate in eastern North America. Ann. Bot. Fenn. 17: 183-191.
  • Herman, F. J. 1975. Manual of Rushes ({Juncus spp.</em>) pf the Rocky Mountains and Colorado Basin.
  • Kirschner, J. 1990. <em>Luzula multiflora</em> and allied species (Juncaceae): A nomenclatural study. Taxon 39: 106-114.
  • Knapp, W. M.; Naczi, R. F. C. 2008. Taxonomy, morphology, and geographic distribution of <em>Juncus longii</em> (Juncaceae). Syst. Bot. 33: 685-694. (Also J. biflorus & J. marginatus)
  • Lamont, E. E.; Young, S. M. 2005. <em>Juncus diffusissimus</em>, an addition to the flora of New York, with notes on its recent spread in the United States. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 132: 635-643.
  • Lazenby, A. 1955. Germination and establishment of <em>Juncus effusus</em> L. J. Ecol. 43: 103-119.
  • 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.
  • Nordenskiold, H. 1956. Cyto-taxonomic studies in the genus <em>Luzula</em>. II. Hybridization experiments in the <em>campestris-multiflora</em> complex. Hereditas 42: 7-73.
  • Novikov, V. S. 1990. Survey of the system of the genus <em>Luzula</em>. Byull. Moskovsk. Obshch. Isp. Prir., Otd. Biol. 95: 63-70. (In Russian)
  • Reinking, M. 1981. <em>Juncus stuckeyi</em> (Juncaceae), a natural hybrid from northern Ohio. Brittonia 33: 170-178.
  • Richards, C. L. 2005. Habitat range and phenotypic variation in salt marsh plants. Plant Ecology 176: 263-273.
  • Roalson, E. H. 2005. Phylogenetic relationships in the Juncaceae inferred from nuclear ribosomal DNA internal transribed spacer sequence data. Int. J. Plant Sci. 166: 397-413.
  • 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.
  • Sarma, K. S.; Rogers, S. M. D. 2000. Plant regeneration from seedling explants of <em>Juncus effusus</em>. Aquatic Botany 68: 239-247.
  • Shumway, S. W.; Bertness, M. D. 1992. Salt stress limitation of seedling recruitment in a salt marsh plant community. Oecologia 92: 490-7.
  • Snogerup, S. 1980. <em>Juncus</em>. In: Flora Europaea. Vol. 1. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge. ,
  • Snogerup, S. 1993. A revision of <em>Juncus</em> subgen. <em>Juncus</em> (Juncaceae). Willdenowia 23: 23-73.
  • Snogerup, S. 1963. Studies on the genus <em>Juncus</em> III. Observations on the diversity of chromosome numbers. Bot. Not. 116: 142-156.
  • Stace, C. A. 1970. Anatomy and taxonomy in <em>Juncus</em> subgenus <em>Genuini</em>. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 63: 75-81.
  • Stuckey, R. L. 1980. The migration and establishment of <em>Juncus gerardii</em> (Juncaceae) in the interior of North America. Sida 8: 334-347.
  • Stuckey, R. L. 1981. Distributional history of <em>Juncus compressus</em> (Juncaceae) in North America. Canad. Field-Naturalist 95: 167-171.
  • Wiegand, K. M. 1900. <em>Juncus tenuis</em> Willd., and some of its North American allies. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 27: 511-527.
  • Wilson, S. D. 1991. Plasticity morphology and distribution in twelve lakeshore plants. Oikos 62: 292-298.
  • 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.
  • Zenkert, C. A. 1960. The Old-World flowering Rush: An attractive and aggressive immigrant. Science on the March, Mag. Buffalo Mus. Sci. 40: 71-75.
  • Zika, P. F. 2003. Notes on the provenance of some eastern wetland species disjunct in western North America. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 130: 43-46.