Genus: Sanguinaria

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Sanguinaria Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 505. 1753.

List of Sanguinaria Species

References to Sanguinaria

  • Bernett, C. C. 2009. Reduction in reproductive output and leaf size in Sanguinaria canadensis as a cost of reproduction. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 136: 457-464.
  • Blattner, F. R.; Kadereit, J. W. 1999. Morphological evolution and ecological diversification of the forest-dwelling poppies (Papaveraceae: Chelidonioideae) as deduced from a molecular phylogeny of the ITS region. Pl. Syst. Evol. 219: 181-197.
  • Campbell, S. 2007. Spatial and temporal distribution of the alkaloid Sanguinarine in Sanguinaria canadensis L. (Bloodroot). Econ. Bot. 61: 223-234.
  • De Craene, L. P. R. 2003. The evolutionary significance of homeosis in flowers: A morphological perspective. Int. J. Plant Sci. 164: S225-S235.
  • Ernst, W. R. 1962. The genera of Papaveraceae and Fumariaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 43: 315-343.
  • Gates, B. N. 1942. Dissemination by ants of the seeds of bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis. Rhodora 44: 13-15.
  • Greene, E. L. 1905. Suggestions regarding Sanguinaria. Pittonia 5: 306-308.
  • Handel, S. N.; Fisch, S. B.; Schatz, G. E. 1981. Ants disperse a majority of herbs in a mesic forest community in New York State. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 108: 430-437.
  • Harshberger, J. W. 1903. Juvenile and adult forms of bloodroot. Pl. World 6: 106-108.
  • Johnson, R. H. 1909. Aberrant societies of Sanguinaria and Trillium. Torreya 9: 5-6.
  • Nieuwland, J. A. 1910. Notes on the seedlings of bloodroot. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 1: 199-203.
  • Rachele, L. D. 1974. Pollen morphology of the Papaveraceae of the northeastern United States and Canada. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 101: 152-159.
  • Ruhren, S.; Handel, S. N. 2003. Herbivory constrains survival, reproduction and mutualisms when restoring nine temperate forest herbs. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 130: 34-42.