Genus: Orthilia

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Orthilia Raf., Autik. Bot. 103. 1840.

List of Orthilia Species

References to Orthilia

  • Alefeld, F. G. C. 1856. Uber die Familie der Pyrolaceen, insbesondere die Unterfamilie der Pyroleen (gen. Pyrola L.). Linnaea 28: 1-88. (In German)
  • Andres, H. 1923. Studien zur speziellen Systematik der Pirolaceae. IV. Revision der Gattung Ramischia Opiz. Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 19: 209-24.
  • Bocher, T. W. 1961. Studies in Pyrolaceae-two interesting wintergreens from West Greenland. Bot. Tidsskr. 57: 28-37.
  • Copeland, H. F. 1947. Observations on the structure and classification of the Pyroleae. Madrono 9: 65-102.
  • Freudenstein, J. V. 1999. Relationships and character transformation in Pyroloideae (Ericaceae) based on ITS sequences, morphology, and development. Syst. Bot. 24: 398-408.
  • Haber, E.; Cruise, J. E. 1974. Generic limits in the Pyroloideae (Ericaceae). Canad. J. Bot. 52: 877-83.
  • Krisa, B. 1968. Die karyologischen Verhõltnisse innerhalb der Familie Pyroloaceae. Nov. Bot. Instit. Bot. Univ. Carol. Pragensis 1968: 73-9.
  • Nowicke, J. W. 1966. Pollen morphology and classification of the Pyrolaceae and Monotropaceae. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 53: 213-9.
  • Petersen, H. E. 1908. The structure and biology of arctic flowering plants. 1. Ericineae (Ericaceae, Pirolaceae). 2. The biological anatomy of the leaves and stems. Meddel. Gronland 36: 75-138.
  • Pyykko, M. 1969. Placentation in the Ericales. I. Pyrolaceae and Monotropaceae. Ann. Bot. Fenn. 6: 255-68.
  • Takahashi, H. 1987. Pollen morphology and development of Orthilla secunda (L.) House (Pyrolaceae). J. Fac. Agric. Hokkaido Univ. 63: 145-54, pl. 1-4.