New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Hydrangeaceae

Hydrangea paniculata

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Last Modified 04/08/2013

Nomenclature

List of Hydrangeaceae Genera

References to Hydrangeaceae

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  • Carr, M. E. 1985. Plant species evaluated for new crop potential. Econ. Bot. 39(3): 336-45.
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  • Eaton, R. J. 1929. <em>Hydrangea paniculata</em> naturalized in Massachusetts. Rhodora 31(361): 18-9. (see follow up in Rhodora 31(372):254-255. 1929.)
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  • Hufford, L. 1995. Seed morphology of Hydrangeaceae and its phylogenetic implications. Int. J. Plant Sci. 156(4): 555-80.
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  • Hufford, L.; Moody, M. L.; Soltis, D. E. 2001. A phylogenetic analysis of Hydrangeaceae based on sequences of the plastid gene MATK and their combination with RBCL and morphological data. Int. J. Plant Sci. 162: 835-846.
  • Koehne, E. 1904. Zur Kenntnis der Gattung <em>Philadelphus</em>. Mitt. Deutsch. Dendrol. Ges. 13: 76-86.
  • Lawson Hall, T.; Rothera, B. 1995. Hydrangeas: a gardeners' guide. Timber Press, Portland, OR. , 160 pages.
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  • McFarland, J. H. 1932. Three distinctive American shrubs. New Fl. & Silva 4: 221-4.
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  • Pilatowski, R. E. 1979. A preliminary look at the <em>Hydrangea arborescens</em> complex (Saxifragaceae). ASB Bull. 26(2): 95. (Abstract)
  • Pilatowski, R. E. 1981. A taxonomic study of the <em>Hydrangea arborescens</em> complex (Saxifragaceae). ASB Bull. 28(2): 72. (Abstract of paper, 42nd Ann. Meeting of the Assoc. of Southeastern Biologists, Knoxville, TN)
  • Pilatowski, R. E. 1982. A taxonomic study of the <em>Hydrangea arborescens</em> complex. Castanea 47: 84-98.
  • Pilatowski, R. E. 1980. A taxonomic study of the <em>Hydrangea arborescens</em> complex. M.S. Thesis North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC45 p.
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  • Robertson, C. 1892. Flowers and insects. IX. Bot. Gaz. 17: 269-276.
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  • Soltis, D. E.; Xiang, Q. Y.; Hufford, L. 1995. Relationships and evolution of Hydrangeaceae based on rbcL sequence data. Amer. J. Bot. 82(4): 504-14.
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  • Styer, C. H.; Stern, W. L. 1979. Comparative anatomy and systematics of woody Saxifragaceae: <em>Philadelphus</em>. J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 79: 267-89.
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