New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Papaveraceae

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Last Modified 04/29/2013

Nomenclature

List of Papaveraceae Genera

References to Papaveraceae

  • Angelo, R.; Boufford, D. E. 2010. Atlas of the flora of New England: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Rhodora 112: 244-326.
  • Anonymous 1997. Sea poppy (<em>Glaucium corniculatum</em>), new to the flora of Long Island, N.Y. Long Island Botanical Society Newsletter 7: 18.
  • Baskin, J. M.; Baskin, C. C. 1984. Germination ecophysiology of an eastern deciduous forest herb <em>Stylophorum diphyllum</em>. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 111: 390-399.
  • Bernett, C. C. et.al. 2009. Reduction in reproductive output and leaf size in <em>Sanguinaria canadensis</em> as a cost of reproduction. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 136: 457-464.
  • Blattner, F. R.; Kadereit, J. W. 1999. Morphological evolution and ecological diversification of the forest-dwelling poppies (Papaveraceae: Chelidonioideae) as deduced from a molecular phylogeny of the ITS region. Pl. Syst. Evol. 219: 181-197.
  • Bruckner, C. 2000. Clarification of the carpel number in Papaverales, Capparales, and Berberidaceae. Bot. Rev. 66: 155-307.
  • Buker, W. E. 1986. Is <em>Stylophorum diphyllum</em> (Papaveraceae) native to Pennsylvania? Castanea 51: 66-67.
  • Campbell, S. et.al. 2007. Spatial and temporal distribution of the alkaloid Sanguinarine in <em>Sanguinaria canadensis</em> L. (Bloodroot). Econ. Bot. 61: 223-234.
  • Carolan, J. C. et.al. 2006. Phylogenetics of <em>Papaver</em> and related genera based on DNA sequences from ITS nuclear ribosomal DNA and plastid trnL intron and trnL-F intergenic spacers. Ann. Bot. (London) 98: 141-155.
  • Chaturvedi, M. et.al. 1999. Pollen anomaly: A clue to natural hybridity in <em>Argemone</em> (Papaveraceae). Grana 38: 339-342.
  • Danert, S. 1958. The systematics of <em>Papaver somniferum</em> L. Kulturpflanze 6: 61-88. (In German)
  • De Craene, L. P. R. 2003. The evolutionary significance of homeosis in flowers: A morphological perspective. Int. J. Plant Sci. 164: S225-S235.
  • Dickson, J 1935. Studies in floral anatomy. II. The floral anatomy of <em>Glaucium flavum</em> with references to other members of the Papaveraceae. J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 50: 175-224.
  • Ernst, W. R. 1962. A comparative morphology of the Papapveraceae. Ph.D. Dissertation Stanford Univ.,
  • Ernst, W. R. 1962. The genera of Papaveraceae and Fumariaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 43: 315-343.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 1997. Flora of North America, Volume 3. Magnoliophyta: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Oxford University Press, New York. , 590 pages.
  • Gates, B. N. 1942. Dissemination by ants of the seeds of bloodroot, <em>Sanguinaria canadensis</em>. Rhodora 44: 13-15.
  • Gates, B. N. 1943. Carunculate seed dissemination by ants. Rhodora 45: 438-445.
  • Gleissberg, S; Kadereit, J. W. 1999. Evolution of leaf morphogenesis: evidence from developmental and phylogenetic data in Papaveraceae. Int. J. Plant Sci. 160: 787-794.
  • Greene, E. L. 1905. Suggestions regarding <em>Sanguinaria</em>. Pittonia 5: 306-308.
  • Gunn, C. R. 1980. Seeds and fruits of Papaveraceae and Fumariaceae. Seed Sci. Tech. 8: 3-58.
  • Gunn, C. R.; Seldin, M. J. 1976. Seeds and fruits of North American Papaveraceae.
  • 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.
  • Harshberger, J. W. 1903. Juvenile and adult forms of bloodroot. Pl. World 6: 106-108.
  • Hoot, S. B. et.al. 1997. Data congruence and phylogeny of the Papaveraceae s.l. based on four data sets: atpB and rbcL sequences, trnK restriction sites, and morphological characters. Syst. Bot. 22: 575-590.
  • Jensen, U.; Kadereit, J. W. (eds.) (1995): 1995. Systematics and evolution of the Ranunculiflorae. Springer-Verlag, Vienna, New York. , 361 pages. (Plant Systematics and Evolution / Supplement 9)
  • Johnson, R. H. 1909. Aberrant societies of <em>Sanguinaria</em> and <em>Trillium</em>. Torreya 9: 5-6.
  • Kadereit, J. W. 1986. A revision of <em>Papaver</em> L. sect. <em>Papaver</em> (Papaveraceae). Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 108: 1-16.
  • Kadereit, J. W. 1989. A revision of <em>Papaver</em> L. section <em>Rhoeadium</em> Spach. Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 45: 225-286.
  • Kadereit, J. W. et.al. 1994. Phylogenetic analysis of the Papaveraceae s.l. (incl. Fumariaceae, Hypecoaceae, and Pteridophyllum) based on morphological characters. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 116: 361-390.
  • Karlsson, L. M. et.al. 2003. Seed dormancy pattern of the annuals <em>Argemone ochroleuca</em> and <em>A. mexicana</em> (Papaveraceae). Flora 198: 329-339.
  • Kiger, R. W. 1985. Revised sectional nomenclature in <em>Papaver</em> L. Taxon 34: 150-152.
  • Kiger, R. W. 1973. Sectional nomenclature in <em>Papaver</em> L. Taxon 22: 579-582.
  • Kiger, R. W. 1975. <em>Papaver</em> in North America north of Mexico. Rhodora 77: 410-422.
  • Kim, Y. D.; Jansen, R. K. 1997. Phylogenetic implications of rbcL and ITS sequence variation in the Berberidaceae Syst. Bot. 21: 381-96. (Also Ranunculaceae, Menispermaceae, Lardizabalaceae & Papaveraceae)
  • Leger, E. A.; Rice, K. J. 2003. Invasive California poppies (<em>Eschscholzia californica</em> Cham.) grow larger than native individuals under reduced competition. Ecology Letters 6: 257-264.
  • 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. (eds.) (1983): 1983. Berberidaceae through Fumariaceae of New York State. Vol. NY State Museum Bull. 451. Univ. of the state of NY, Albany, NY. , 66 pages.
  • Monachino, J. 1958. <em>Elsholtzia ciliata</em> in New York. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 85: 139-140.
  • Nieuwland, J. A. 1910. Notes on the seedlings of bloodroot. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 1: 199-203.
  • Novak, J.; Preininger, V 1987. Chemotaxonomic review of the genus <em>Papaver</em>. Preslia 59: 1-13.
  • Ownbey, G. B. 1958. Monograph of the genus <em>Argemone</em> for North America and the West Indies. Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 21: 1-159.
  • Qui, Y. L. et.al. 1998. Phylogenetics of the Hamamelidae and their allies: parsimony analysis of nucleotide sequences of the plastid gene rbcL. Int. J. Plant Sci. 159: 891-905.
  • Rachele, L. D. 1974. Pollen morphology of the Papaveraceae of the northeastern United States and Canada. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 101: 152-159.
  • Rao, T. V. R.; Dave, Y. S. 2001. Morpho-histogenic studies of the fruit wall of <em>Argemone mexicana</em> L. (Papaveraceae). Acta Bot. Hung. 43: 391-401.
  • 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.
  • Schwarzbach, A. E.; Kadereit, J. W. 1999. Phylogeny of prickly poppies, <em>Argemone</em> (Papaveraceae), and the evolution of morphological and alkaloid characters based on ITS nrDNA sequence variation. Pl. Syst. Evol. 218: 257-279.
  • Scott, G. A. M. 1963. <em>Glaucium flavum</em> Crantz. J. Ecol. 51: 743-754.
  • 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.