Genus: Iva

By Kerry Barringer

Not peer reviewed

Last Modified 02/07/2013

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 Iva L., Sp. Pl. 2: 988. 1753. Gen. pl., ed. 5, 426. 1754. LECTOTYPE: Iva annua L. designated by Britton & Brown (1913), or Iva frutescens Hitchcock & Green (1929).

Denira Adans., Fam. Pl. 2: 118. 1763 TYPE: Iva frutescens L.

List of Iva Species

References to Iva

  • Anonymous 1871. Baccharis halimifolia. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 2: 7.
  • Bartlett, H. H. 1906. The salt-marsh Iva of New England. Rhodora 8: 25-6.
  • Bertness, M. D.; Gough, L.; Shumway, S. W. 1992. Salt tolerances and the distribution of fugitive salt marsh plants. Ecology 73: 1842-51.
  • Bertness, M. D.; Winkler, K.; Chatkupt, T. 1992. Flood tolerance and the distribution of Iva frutescens across New England salt marshes. Oecologia 91: 171-8.
  • Bertness, M. D.; Yeh, S. M. 1994. Cooperative and competitive interactions in the recruitment of marsh elders. Ecology 75: 2416-29.
  • Bolick, M. R. 1985. Cladistic analysis of Iva: a case in point. Taxon 34: 81-4.
  • Bolick, M. R. 1983. Hennigian cladistics and the generic concept in Iva (Ambrosiinae, Heliantheae). Amer. J. Bot. 70(5)(suppl.): 99. (Abstract)
  • Bourn, W. W.; Cottam, C. 1950. Some biological effects of ditching tidewater marshes.
  • Burnham, S. H. 1901. Field days of the Torrey Botanical Club. Torreya 1: 119-20.
  • Hacker, S. D.; Bertness, M. D. 1995. Morphological and physiological consequences of a positive plant interaction. Ecology 76: 2165-75.
  • Jackson, R. C. 1960. A revision of the genus Iva. Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull. 41: 793-896.
  • Karis, P. O. 1995. Cladistics of the subtribe Ambrosiinae (Asteraceae: Heliantheae). Syst. Bot. 20: 40-54.
  • Miao, B.; Turner, B.; Mabry, T. 1995. Molecular phylogeny of Iva (Asteraceae, Heliantheae) based on chloroplast DNA restriction site variation. Pl. Syst. Evol. 195: 1-12.
  • Miller, W. R.; Egler, F. E. 1950. Vegetation of the Wequetequock-Pawcatuck tidal-marshes, Connecticut. Ecol. Monogr. 20: 144-172.
  • Oosting, H. J. 1945. Tolerance to salt spray of plants of coastal dunes. Ecology 26(1): 85-9.
  • Rand, T. A. 2000. Seed dispersal, habitat suitability and the distribution of halophytes across a salt marsh tidal gradient. J. Ecol. 88: 608-621.
  • Richards, C. L. 2005. Habitat range and phenotypic variation in salt marsh plants. Plant Ecology 176: 263-273.
  • Shiflett, S. A.; Young, D. R. 2010. Avian seed dispersal on Virginia barrier islands: potential influence on vegetation community structure and patch dynamics. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 164: 91-106.
  • Shumway, S. W.; Bertness, M. D. 1992. Salt stress limitation of seedling recruitment in a salt marsh plant community. Oecologia 92: 490-7.
  • Stalter, R. 1979. The weeds of Long Island II. The Compositae. Proc. Northeast. Weed Sci. Soc. 33: 90-3.
  • Tolliver, K. S.; Martin, D. W.; Young, D. R. 1997. Freshwater and saltwater flooding response for woody species common to barrier island swales. Wetlands 17: 10-8.
  • Young, D. R.; Erickson, D. L.; Semones, S. W. 1994. Salinity and the small-scale distribution of three barrier island shrubs. Canad. J. Bot. 72(9): 1365-72.