Family: Aristolochiaceae

Aristolochia macrophylla
Aristolochia macrophylla   Lam.  -  Dutchman's Pipe

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Taken by G. A. Kalmbacher.

By Kerry Barringer

Not peer reviewed

Last Modified 04/29/2013

List of Aristolochiaceae Genera

References to Aristolochiaceae

  • Angelo, R.; Boufford, D. E. 2010. Atlas of the flora of New England: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Rhodora 112: 244-326.
  • Baskin, J. M.; Baskin, C. C. 1986. Seed germination ecophysiology of the woodland herb Asarum canadense. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 116: 132-139.
  • Cain, M. L. 1998. Seed dispersal and the Holocene migration of woodland herbs. Ecol. Monogr. 68: 325-347.
  • Cain, M. L.; Damman, H. 1997. Clonal growth and ramet performance in the the woodland herb, Asarum canadense. J. Ecol. 85: 883-897.
  • Cody, W. J. 1982. A comparison of the northern limits of distribution of some vascular plant species found in southern Ontario. Naturaliste Canad. 109: 63-90.
  • Damman, H.; Cain, M. L. 1998. Population growth and viability analyses of the clonal woodland herb, Asarum canadense. J. Ecol. 86: 13-26.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 1997. Flora of North America, Volume 3. Magnoliophyta: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Oxford University Press, New York. , 590 pages.
  • Gonzalez, F.; Rudall, P. J.; Furness, C. A. 2001. Microsporogenesis and systematics of Aristolochiaceae. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 137: 221-242.
  • Guedes, M. 1968. The vegetative leaf and the perianth of some Aristolochias. Flora 158: 167-79.
  • Haber, H. 1960. Zur Abgrenzung der Gattung Aristolochia L. Mitt. Bot. Staatssamml. Munchen 3: 531-53.
  • Handel, S. N.; Fisch, S. B.; Schatz, G. E. 1981. Ants disperse a majority of herbs in a mesic forest community in New York State. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 108: 430-437.
  • Huber, H. 1985. Seed characters and arrangement of Aristolochiaceae. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 107: 277-320. (In German; English summary)
  • Huber, H. 1993. Aristolochiaceae. In: The families and genera of the flowering plants. Dicotyledons. Vol. 2. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. , 129-37 pages.
  • Hussey, J. S. 1974. Some useful plants of early New England. Econ. Bot. 28(3): 311-37.
  • Kelly, L. M. 2001. Taxonomy of Asarum section Asarum (Aristolochiaceae). Syst. Bot. 26: 17-53.
  • Kelly, L. M. 1997. A cladistic analysis of Asarum (Aristolochiaceae) and implications for the evolution of herkogamy. Amer. J. Bot. 84: 1752-1765.
  • Kelly, L. M.; Gonzalez, F. 2003. Phylogenetic relationships in Aristolochiaceae. Syst. Bot. 28: 236-249.
  • Leins, P.; Erbar, C. 1985. Contribution to floral development in Aristolochiaceae, a link to the Monocotyledons. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 107: 343-68. (In German; English summary)
  • Long Island Botanical Society Flora Committee. 1996. Preliminary atlas of the Magnoldiideae on Long Island, N.Y. Part 1. Long Island Botanical Society Newsletter 6(6): 41-4.
  • Lorch, J. 1959. The perianth of Aristolochia, a new interpretation. Evolution 13: 415-6.
  • Martin, T. 1983. Aristolochia. Amer. Horticulturist 62(2): 4-6.
  • Mitchell, R. S.; Beal, E. D. (eds.) (1979): 1979. Magnoliaceae through Ceratophyllaceae of New York State. Vol. NY State Museum Bull. 435. Vol. Contributions to a Flora of New York State II.. Univ. of the state of NY, Albany, NY.
  • Muir, A. M. 1995. The cost of reproduction to the clonal herb Asarum canadense (wild ginger). Canad. J. Bot. 73: 1683-1686.
  • Ohi-Toma, T. 2006. Molecular phylogeny of Aristolochia sensu lato (Aristolochiaceae) based on sequences of rbcL, matK, and phyA genes, with special reference to differentiation of chromosome numbers. Syst. Bot. 31: 481-492.
  • Pfeifer, H. W. 1962. The status of the name, Aristolochia durior Hill. Baileya 10: 4-7.
  • Pfeifer, H. W. 1966. Revision of the North and Central American hexandrous species of Aristolochia (Aristolochiaceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 53: 115-96.
  • Pfeifer, H. W. 1970. A taxonomic revision of the Pentandrous species of Aristolochia.
  • Pfluge Gregory, M. 1956. A phyletic rearrangement in the Aristolochiaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 43: 110-22.
  • Robinson, B. L. 1908. Notes on the vascular plants of the northeastern United States. Rhodora 10: 29-35.
  • Ruhren, S.; Handel, S. N. 2003. Herbivory constrains survival, reproduction and mutualisms when restoring nine temperate forest herbs. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 130: 34-42.
  • Schmidt, O. C. 1935. Aristolochiaceae. In: Natur. Pflanzenfam. II{.. Vol. 166. , 202-42 pages.
  • Smith, B. H. 1989. Frequency-dependent seed dispersal by ants of two deciduous forest herbs. Ecology 70: 1645-1648.
  • Solereder, H. 1889. Beitrõge zur vergleichenden Anatomie der Aristolochiaceen. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 10: 410-524. (In German)
  • Soltis, D. E. 1984. Karyotypes of species of Asarum and Hexastylis (Aristolochiaceae). Syst. Bot. 9: 490-493.
  • Thorne, R. F. 1974. A phylogenetic classification of the Annoniflorae. Aliso 8: 147-209.
  • Tippo, O. 1938. Comparative anatomy of the Moraceae and their presumed allies. Bot. Gaz. 100: 1-99.