Genus: Cardamine

Cardamine diphylla
Cardamine diphylla (Michx.) Wood

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Cardamine Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2: 654. 1753.

List of Cardamine Species

References to Cardamine

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  • Baskin, J. M.; Baskin, C. C. 1986. Temperature requirements for after-ripening in seeds of nine winter annuals. Weed Research 26: 375-380.
  • Carlsen, T. 2009. Biogeography and phylogeny of Cardamine (Brassicaceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 96: 215-236.
  • Crone, E. E.; Taylor, D. R. 1996. Complex dynamics in experimental populations of an annual plant, Cardamine pensylvanica. Ecology 77: 289-299.
  • Dailey, T. B.; Scott, P. E. 2006. Spring nectar sources for solitary bees and flies in a landscape of deciduous forest and agricultural fields: production, variability, and consumption. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 133: 535-547.
  • Demars, B. G. 1996. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal status of spring ephemerals in two Ohio forests. Ohio J. Science 96: 97-99.
  • Fernald, M. L. 1908. Notes on some plants of northeastern America. Rhodora 10: 84-95.
  • Fernald, M. L. 1920. Some variations of Cardamine pratensis in America. Rhodora 22: 11-15.
  • Franzek, A. 1998. Molecular systematics of Cardamine and allied genera (Brassicaceae): ITS and non-coding chloroplast DNA. Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 33: 225-240.
  • Franzek, A.; Hurka, H. 2000. Molecular systematics and biogeography of the Cardamine pratensis complex (Brassicaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 224: 213-234.
  • Glenn, Steven D.; Barringer, Kerry 2004. Cardamine impatiens L. (Brassicaceae) in New Jersey. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 131: 257-260.
  • Hart, T. W.; Eshbaugh, W. H. 1976. The biosystematics of Cardamine bulbosa (Muhl.) B.S.P. and C. douglasii Britt. Rhodora 78: 329-419.
  • Hayashi, M. 2010. The seed dispersal catapult of Cardamine parviflora (Brassicaceae) is efficient but unreliable. Amer. J. Bot. 97: 1595-1601.
  • Holmgren, N. H. 2004. Lectotypifications and new combinations in North American Brassicaceae. Brittonia 56: 245-248.
  • Hurka, H. 2003. Evolutionary processes associated with biological invasions in the Brassicaceae. Biological Invasions 5: 281-292.
  • Inamdar, J. A.; Rao, N. V. 1983. Light microscopic and scanning electron microscopis studies on trichomes of some Brassicaceae. Feddes Repert. 94: 183-190.
  • Kucera, J. 2006. Taxonomy and phylogeography of Cardamine impatiens and C. pectinata (Brassicaceae). Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 152: 169-195.
  • Kucera, J. 2005. On-line database of the chromosome numbers of the genus Cardamine (Brassicaceae). Biologia 60: 473-476.
  • Kudoh, H. 1996. Phenotypic plasticity in age and size at maturity and its effects on the integrated phenotypic expressions of life history traits of Cardamine flexuosa (Cruciferae). J. Evol. Biol. 9: 541-570.
  • Kudoh, H. 1995. Phenotypic plasticity in Cardamine flexuosa: Variation among populations in plastic response to chilling treatments and photoperiods. Oecologia 103: 148-156.
  • Lihova, J. 2006. Worldwide phylogeny and biogeography of Cardamine flexuosa (Brassicaceae) and its relatives. Amer. J. Bot. 93: 1206-1221.
  • Marhold, K.; Lihova, J. 2006. Polyploidy, hybridization and reticulate evolution: lessons from the Brassicaceae. Pl. Syst. Evol. 259: 143-174.
  • Molofsky, J. 1999. The effect of nutrients and spacing on neighbor relations in Cardamine pensylvanica. Oikos 84: 506-514.
  • Molofsky, J. 2000. Plant litter feedback and population dynamics in an annual plant, Cardamine pensylvanica. Oecologia 124: 522-528.
  • Molofsky, J.; Ferdy, J. B. 2005. Extinction dynamics in experimental metapopulations. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102: 3726-3731.
  • Montgomery, F. H. 1955. Preliminary studies in the genus Dentaria in eastern North America. Rhodora 57: 161-173.
  • Padgett, D. E. 2004. Seed production and germination in long's bittercress (Cardamine longii) of Massachusetts. Northeastern Naturalist 11: 49-56.
  • Padgett, D. J. 2004. Seed production and germination in Long's bittercress (Cardamine longii) of Massachusetts. Northeastern Naturalist 11: 49-56.
  • Post, A. R. 2009. Lectotypification of Cardamine flexuosa (Brassicaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3: 227-230.
  • Post, A. R. 2011. On the identity of the weedy bittercresses (Cardamine: Brassicaceae) in United States nurseries: evidence from molecules and morphology. Weed Science 59: 123-135.
  • Roberts, H. A.; Boddrell, J. E. 1983. Seed survival and periodicity of seedling emergence in 8 species of Cruciferae. Ann. Appl. Biol. 103: 301-312.
  • Schulz, O. E. 1903. Monograph of the genus Cardamine. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 32: 280-623.
  • Stuckey, R. L. 1962. Characteristics and distribution of the Spring Cresses, Cardamine bulbosa and C. douglasii, in Michigan. Michigan Bot. 1: 27-34.
  • Stuckey, R. L. 1967. Thlaspi tuberosum Nutt., a taxonomic synonym of Cardamine douglassii Britt. (Cruciferae). Rhodora 69: 460-465.
  • Sweeney, P. W.; Price, R. A. 2000. Polyphyly of the genus Dentaria (Brassicaceae): evidence from trnL intron and ndhF sequence data. Syst. Bot. 25: 468-478.
  • Sweeney, P. W.; Price, R. A. 2001. A multivariate morphological analysis of the Cardamine concatenata alliance (Brassicaceae). Brittonia 53: 82-95.
  • Vaughn, K. C. 2011. The mechanism for explosive seed dispersal in Cardamine hirsuta (Brassicaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 98: 1276-1285.
  • Yang, Y. W. 1999. Molecular phylogenetic studies of Brassica, Rorippa, Arabidopsis and allied genera based on the internal transcribed spacer region of 18S-25S rDNA. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 13: 455-462.