New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Plumbaginaceae

By Science Staff

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Last Modified 04/08/2013

Nomenclature

List of Plumbaginaceae Genera

References to Plumbaginaceae

  • Baker, H. G. 1966. The evolution, functioning and breakdown of heteromorphic incompatibility systems. I. The Plumbaginaceae. Evolution 20: 349-368.
  • Baltzer, J. L. et.al. 2002. The impact of flower harvesting on seedling recruitment in sea lavender (<em>Limonium carolinianum</em>, Plumbaginaceae). Rhodora 104: 280-295.
  • Bertness, M. D.; Gough, L.; Shumway, S. W. 1992. Salt tolerances and the distribution of fugitive salt marsh plants. Ecology 73: 1842-51.
  • 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)
  • Hamilton, M. B. 1997. Genetic fingerprint-Inferred population subdivision and spatial genetic tests for isolation by distance and adaptation in the coastal plant <em>Limonium carolinianum</em>.
  • Lledo, M. D. et.al. 2005. Molecular phylogenetics of <em>Limonium</em> and related genera (Plumbaginaceae): Biogeographical and systematic implications. Amer. J. Bot. 92: 1189-1198.
  • Lledo, M. D. et.al. 1998. Systematics of Plumbaginaceae based on cladistic analysis of rbcL sequence data. Syst. Bot. 23: 21-29.
  • Luteyn, J. L. 1976. Revision of <em>Limonium</em> (Plumbaginaceae) in eastern North America. Brittonia 28: 303-317.
  • Rand, T. A. 2000. Seed dispersal, habitat suitability and the distribution of halophytes across a salt marsh tidal gradient. J. Ecol. 88: 608-621.
  • Richards, C. L. et.al. 2005. Habitat range and phenotypic variation in salt marsh plants. Plant Ecology 176: 263-273.