Genus: Akebia

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Akebia Decne., Compt. Rend. Hebd. Séances Acad. Sci. 5: 394. 1837. LECTOTYPE: Akebia quinata (Thunb.) Decne. designated by Rehder (1949

Key to the species of Akebia


List of Akebia Species

References to Akebia

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  • DeVilmorin, M. l. 1915. Deux Lardizabalees à fruits comestibles. Bull. Soc. Natl. Acclim. France 62: 89-93.
  • Ernst, W. R. 1964. The genera of Berberidaceae, Lardizabalaceae, and Menispermaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 45: 1-35.
  • Fleming, P.; Kanal, R. 1992. Newly documented species of vascular plants in the District of Columbia. Castanea 57: 132-46.
  • Hodgkin, E. 1972. Akebia quinata. J. Roy. Hort. Soc. 97(12): 537-8.
  • Hooker, W. J. 1855. Akebia quinata. Bot. Mag. 81: pl.4864.
  • Kawagoe, T.; Suzuki, N. 2003. Flower-size dimorphism avoids geitonogamous pollination in a nectarless monoecious plant Akebia quinata. Int. J. Plant Sci. 164: 893-897.
  • Kim, Y. D.; Jansen, R. K. 1994. Characterization and phylogenetic distribution of a chloroplast DNA rearrangement in the Berberidaceae. Pl. Syst. Evol. 193: 107-14. (Other families/genera discussed)
  • Lavellée, A. 1869. Akebia quinata. Horticulture Franc. 1869: 103-6.
  • Li, H. L. 1954. Akebia as a weed in the Philadelphia area. Morris Arbor. Bull. 5: 58.
  • 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.
  • Moldenke, H. N. 1946. New and interesting plant records. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 73: 588-589.
  • Payne, W. W.; Seago, J. L. 1968. The open conduplicate carpel of Akebia quinata (Berberidales: Lardizabalaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 55: 575-81.
  • Réaubourg, G. 1906. Etude organographique et anatomique de la famille des Lardizabalees. , Thèse Univ. Paris, +cole SupÚr. Pharm.130 p.
  • Saito, K. 1957. Studies on the induction of polyploid flower plants and their utilization. XI. On the autotetraploid plant of fiveleaf Akebia. J. Hort. Assoc. Japan 26: 43-4.
  • Sargent, C. S. 1891. The fruit of Akebia quinata. Gard. & Forest 4: 136-7.
  • Sawada, T. 1928. Whence is originated Rajania quinata, a conditional synonym of Akebia quinata. J. Jap. Bot. 5: 153-7.
  • Smith, E. M.; Treaster, S. A. 1987. Tolerance of landscape vines to selected pre-emergence herbicides. Ohio Agric. Res. Dev. Circ. 291: 17-18.
  • Spongberg, S. A.; Burch, I. H. 1979. Lardizabalaceae hardy in temperate North America. J. Arnold Arbor. 60: 302-315.
  • Sugiyama, M.; Hara, N. 1988. Compariative study on early ontogeny of compound leaves in Lardizabalaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 75: 1598-1605.
  • Vesler, J. 1913. Zum Entwicklungsgeschichte von Akebia quinata. , Dissertation Bonn,