eMonocot Cyperaceae

an authoritative resource for Cyperaceae data worldwide, integrating global and regional perspectives

Literature

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Bierzychudek, P1982Life histories and demography of shade tolerant forest temperate herbs: a review
Cameron, WSPlayste, Johnston, ME, Ramage, CM, Edwards, DG, Cawthray, GR, Lambers, H2006Functional Significance of Dauciform Roots: Exudation of Carboxylates and Acid Phosphatase under Phosphorus Deficiency in Caustis blakei (Cyperaceae)
Davies, J, Briarty, LG, Rieley, JO1973Observations on the Swollen Lateral Roots of the Cyperaceae
Escudero, M, Hipp, AL, Hansen, TF, Voje, KL, Luceño, M2012Selection and inertia in the evolution of holocentric chromosomes in sedges (Carex, Cyperaceae)
Friedman, J, Barrett, SCH2009The consequences of monoecy and protogyny for mating in wind-pollinated Carex
Friedman, J, Barrett, SCH2009The consequences of monoecy and protogyny for mating in wind-pollinated Carex
Heathcote, CA, Davies, MS, Etherington, JR1987Phenotypic Flexibility of Carex-Flacca Schreb - Tolerance of Soil Flooding by Populations from Contrasting Habitats
Lloyd, NDH, Woolhouse, HW1979Comparative Aspects of Photosynthesis, Photorespiration and Transpiration in Four Species of the Cyperaceae from the Relict Flora of Teesdale, Northern England
Marchand, FL, Kockelbergh, F, van de Vijver, B, Beyens, L, Nijs, I2006Are heat and cold resistance of arctic species affected by successive extreme temperature events?
Shane, MW, Dixon, KW, Lambers, H2005The occurrence of dauciform roots amongst Western Australian reeds, rushes and sedges, and the impact of phosphorus supply on dauciform-root development in Schoenus unispiculatus (Cyperaceae)
Visser, EJW, Bogemann, GM, Van de Steeg, HM, Pierik, R, Blom, C2000Flooding tolerance of Carex species in relation to field distribution and aerenchyma formation
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