Genus: Goodyera

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Last Modified 01/18/2013

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Goodyera R. Brown in W. Aiton & W. T. Aiton, Hortus Kew. 5: 197. 1813.

List of Goodyera Species

References to Goodyera

  • Catling, P. M. 1983. Autogamy in eastern Canadian Orchidaceae a review of current knowledge ands some observations. Nat. Canad. 110: 37-54.
  • Kallunki, J. A. 1976. Population studies in Goodyera (Orchidaceae) with emphasis on the hybrid origin of G. tesselata. Brittonia 28: 53-75.
  • Keenan, P. E. 1990. Documentation of longevity of Goodyera pubescens leaves and update on Triphora trianthophora in New Hampshire USA. Rhodora 92: 126-128.
  • Rasmussen, H. N.; Whigham, D. F. 2002. Phenology of roots and mycorrhiza in orchid species differing in phototrophic strategy. New Phyt. 154: 797-807.
  • Rasmussen, H. N.; Whigham, D. F. 1993. Seed ecology of dust seeds in situ: A new study technique and its application in terrestrial orchids. Amer. J. Bot. 80: 1374-1378.
  • Rasmussen, H. N.; Whigham, D. F. 1998. The underground phase: A special challenge in studies of terrestrial orchid populations. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 126: 49-64.
  • Reddoch, J. M.; Reddoch, A. H. 2007. Population dynamics and flowering synchrony of Goodyera pubescens (Orchidaceae) in southwestern Quebec, Canada. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 134: 379-388.
  • Smreciu, E. A.; Currah, R. S. 1989. Symbiotic gemination of seeds of terrestrial orchids of North America and Europe. Lindleyana 4: 6-15.
  • Wander, W.; Wander, S. A. 1985. Range extension of Goodyera tesselata into northwestern New Jersey. Bartonia 51: 79.
  • Whigham, D. F. 2006. Seed longevity in terrestrial orchids - Potential for persistent in situ seed banks. Biol. Conserv. 129: 24-30.
  • Zettler, L. W.; McInnis, T. M. 1993. Symbiotic seed germination and development of Spiranthes cernua and Goodyera pubescens (Orchidaceae: Spiranthoideae). Lindleyana 8: 155-162.