Genus: Wisteria

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Wisteria Nutt., Gen. N. Amer. Pl. 2: 115. 1818.

Key to the species of Wisteria


List of Wisteria Species

References to Wisteria

  • GuédÞs, M. 1975. Carpel morphology in Wisteria sinensis hmologies from teratology. Phytomorphology 25(2): 205-15.
  • Martine, C. T. 2008. Fifteen woody species with potential for invasiveness in New England. Rhodora 110: 345-353.
  • McMillan-Browse, P. 1984. Some notes on members of the genus Wisteria. The Plantsman 6(2): 109-22.
  • Ohmiya, T.; Ohashi, H. 1993. Embryology of Wisteria floribunda (Willd.) D.C. (Leguminosae) and the taxonomic position of the genus. J. Jap. Bot. 68: 326-33.
  • Rembert, D. H. 1967. Development of the ovule and megagametophyte in Wisteria sinensis. Bot. Gaz. 128(3-4): 223-9.
  • Rembert, D. H. 1964. Development of the ovule and megagemetophyte in Wisteria sinensis Sweet. M.S. Thesis Univ. South Carolina, Columbia,
  • Rembert, D. H.; Herr, J. M. 1964. The taxonomic significance of megasporogenesis in Wisteria sinensis Sweet. South Carolina Acad. Sci. Bull. 26: 25 (abstract).
  • Roscoe, M. V. 1927. Cytological studies in the genus Wisteria. Bot. Gaz. 84: 171-86.
  • Stritch, L. R. 1984. Nomenclatural contributions to a revision of the genus Wisteria. Phytologia 56: 183-4.
  • Thomas, L. K. 1993. Chemical grubbing for control of exotic Wisteria. Castanea 58: 209-13.
  • Trusty, J. L. 2007. Invasive Wisteria in the southeastern United States: genetic diversity, hybridization and the role of urban centers. Urban Ecosystems 10: 379-395.
  • Trusty, J. L. 2007. Identity of naturalised exotic Wisteria (Fabaceae) in the south-eastern United States. Weed Research 47: 479-487.
  • Valder, P. 1995. Wisterias: a comphrehensive guide. Timber Press, Portland, OR. , 160 pages. (also publ. by Florilegium, Balmain, NSW)