New York Metropolitan Flora

Genus: Sagittaria

Sagittaria engelmanniana
Sagittaria teres
Sagittaria latifolia

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Last Modified 03/15/2013

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Nomenclature

Sagittaria Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2: 993. 1753.

List of Sagittaria Species

References to Sagittaria

  • Adams, P.; Godfrey, R. K. 1961. Observations of the Sagittaria subulata complex. Rhodora 63: 247-266.
  • Argue, C. L. 1974. Pollen studies in the Alismataceae (Alismaceae). Bot. Gaz. 135: 338-344.
  • Beal, E. O. et.al. 1982. Review of the Sagittaria englmanniana complex (Alismataceae) with environmental correlations. Syst. Bot. 7: 417-482.
  • Beal, E. O.; Hooper, S. S.; Rataj, K 1980. Misapplication of the name Sagittaria longirostra (Micheli) J.G. Smith to S. Australis (J.G. Smith) Small. Kew Bull. 35: 369-371.
  • Bogin, C. 1955. Revision of the genus Sagittatia (Alismataceae). Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 9: 179-233.
  • Brown, W. V. 1946. Cytological studies in the Alismaceae. Bot. Gaz. 108: 262-267.
  • Capers, R. S. 2003. Macrophyte colonization in a freshwater tidal wetland (Lyme, CT, USA). Aquatic Botany 77: 325-338.
  • Delesalle, V. A.; Blum, S. 1994. Variation in germination and survival among families of Sagittaria latifolia in response to salinity and temperature. Int. J. Plant Sci. 155: 187-195.
  • Dorken, M. E.; Barrett, S. C. H. 2003. Life-history differentiation and the maintenance of monoecy and dioecy in Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). Evolution 57: 1973-1988.
  • Dorken, M. E.; Barrett, S. C. H. 2004. Phenotypic plasticity of vegetative and reproductive traits in monoecious and dioecious populations of Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae): A clonal aquatic plant. J. Ecol. 92: 32-44.
  • Dorken, M. E.; Barrett, S. C. H. 2004. Sex determination and the evolution of dioecy from monoecy in Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). Proc. Roy. Soc. London Ser. B Biol. Sci. 271: 213-219.
  • Dorken, M. E.; Barrett, S. C. H. 2004. Chloroplast haplotype variation among monoecious and dioecious populations of Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae) in eastern North America. Molec. Ecol. 13: 2699-2707.
  • Dorken, M. E.; Friedman, J.; Barrett, S. C. H. 2002. The evolution and maintenance of monoecy and dioecy in Sagittaria latifolia. Evolution 56: 31-41.
  • Edwards, A. L.; Sharitz, R. R. 2003. Clonal diversity in two rare perennial plants: Sagittaria isoetiformis and Sagittaria teres (Alismataceae). Int. J. Plant Sci. 164: 181-188.
  • Edwards, A. L.; Sharitz, R. R. 2000. Population genetics of two rare perennials in isolated wetlands: Sagittaria isoetifoemis and S. teres (Alismataceae). Amer. J. Bot. 87: 1147-1158.
  • Glaettli, M.; Barrett, S. C. H. 2008. Pollinator responses to variation in floral display and flower size in dioecious Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). New Phyt. 179: 1193-1201.
  • Harvey, L.; Haines, A. 2003. Sagittaria teres (Alismataceae) in New Hampshire. Rhodora 105: 282-285.
  • Hunter-Cario, L. 2007. Propagation protocol for broadleaf arrowhead Sagittaria latifolia Willd. (Alismataceae). Native Plants J. 8: 81-83.
  • Keddy, P. A.; Constabel, P. 1986. Germination of ten shoreline plants in relation to seed size, soil particle size and water level: an experimental study.
  • Keeley, J. E. 1998. CAM photosynthesis in submerged aquatic plants. Bot. Rev. 64: 121-175.
  • Kellogg, C. H. et.al. 2003. Effects of water level, shade and time on germination and growth of freshwater marsh plants along a simulated successional gradient. J. Ecol. 91: 274-282.
  • Kortright, R. M. 1998. The aquatic plant genus Sagittaria (Alismataceae): phylogeny based on morphology. M.S. Thesis Univ. Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL,
  • Leavitt, R. G. 1900. Reversions in Berberis and Sagittaria. Rhodora 2: 149-55.
  • Leck, M. A. 1996. Germination of macrophytes from a Delaware River tidal freshwater wetland. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 123: 48-67.
  • Mackenzie, K. K. 1909. Notes on Sagittaria. Torreya 9: 30-32.
  • McIninch, S. M.; Garbisch, E. W. 1994. The establishment of Sagittaria latifolia from large and small tubers as a function of water depth. Wetland Journal 6: 19-21.
  • Moyle, J. B. 1945. Some chemical factors influencing the distribution of aquatic plants in Minnesota. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 34: 402-420.
  • Pollux, B. J. A. et.al. 2006. The effect of seed morphology on the potential dispersal of aquatic macrophytes by the common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Freshwater Biol. 51: 2063-2071.
  • Rogers, G. K. 1983. The genera of Alismataceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 64: 383-420.
  • Smith, J. G. 1895. Revision of the North American species of Sagittaria and Lophotocarpus. Annu. Rep. Missouri Bot. Gard. 6: 27-64.
  • Vamosi, J. C. et.al. 2006. Sex in advertising: dioecy alters the net benefits of attractiveness in Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). Proc. Roy. Soc. London Ser. B Biol. Sci. 273: 2401-2407.
  • Wooten, J. W. 1973. Taxonomy of seven species of Sagittaria from eastern North America. Brittonia 25: 64-74.
  • Wooten, J. W. 1971. The monoecious and dioecious conditions in Sagittaria latifolia L. (Alismataceae). Evolution 25: 549-553.
  • Wooten, J. W. 1970. Experimental investigations of the Sagittaria graminea complex: Transplant studies and genecology. J. Ecol. 58: 233-242.
  • Wooten, J. W. 1973. Edaphic factors in species and ecotype differentiation of Sagittaria. J. Ecol. 61: 151-156.