New York Metropolitan Flora

Genus: Lindera

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Nomenclature

Lindera Thunb., Nov. Gen. Pl. 3: 64. 1783, nom. cons. TYPE: Lindera umbellata Thunb.

Benzoin Boerhaave ex J.C. Shaeffer, Bot. Exp. 60. 1760, nom. rej. Calosmon Bercht. & J. Presl, Prir. Rostlin 2: 71. 1825. Ozanthes Raf., Sylva Tellur. 133. 1838, nom. illeg. (Art. 52.1). TYPE: Benzoin odoriferum C.G.D. Nees (=Lindera benzoin (L.) Blume), designated by Wallich (1831).

Key to the species of Lindera

 

List of Lindera Species

References to Lindera

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  • Champlin, R. L. 1977. Red form of Lindera benzoin. Rhodora 79(817): 166.
  • Cipollini, M. L.; Drake, B. G.; Whigham, D. 1993. Effects of elevated CO2 on growth and carbon/nutrient balance in the deciduous woody shrub Lindera benzoin (L.) Blume (Lauraceae). Oecologia 96: 339-46.
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  • Davidar, P.; Morton, E. S. 1986. The relationship between fruit crop sizes and fruit removal rates by birds. Ecology 67: 262-5.
  • Davidson, D. W. 1966. Response of six shrub species to light regimes in two controlled-environment rooms. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 93: 432-437.
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  • Jensen, H. W. 1942. The abnormal meiosis of Benzoin aestivale in relation to the origin of sex chromosomes. Amer. Naturalist 76: 109-12.
  • Kempf, J. S.; Pickett, S. T. A. 1981. The role of branch length and angle in branching pattern of forest shrubs along a successional gradient. New Phyt. 88: 111-116.
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  • Luken, J. O.; Kuddes, L. M.; Tholemeier, T. C.; Haller, D. M. 1997. Comparative responses of Lonicera maackii (Amur honeysuckle) and Lindera benzoin (spicebush) to increased light. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 138: 331-43.
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  • Moore, L. A.; Willson, M. F. 1982. The effect of microhabitat, spatial distribution, and display size on dispersal of Lindera benzoin by avian frugivores. Canad. J. Bot. 60: 557-60.
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  • Tucker, A. O.; Maciarello, M. J.; Burbage, P. W.; Sturtz, G. 1994. Spicebush (Linera benzoin Blume var. benzoin, Lauraceae): a tea, spice, and medicine. Econ. Bot. 48(3): 333-6.
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