eMonocot Cyperaceae

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


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Wieboldt, T. F., Fleming, G. P., Ludwig, J. C., Huber F. C.1998Noteworthy collections: Virginia
Voss, E. G.1972Michigan flora part I: Gymnosperms and Monocots
Tucker, G. C.2002Lipocarpha R. Brown
Thomas, W. Wayt1982Identification of the species of Carex in Michigan's upland deciduous forests: a key stressing vegetative features
Gonzalez-Sarrias, A., Gromek, S., Niesen, D., Seeram, N. P., Henry G. E.2011Resveratrol Oligomers Isolated from Carex Species Inhibit Growth of Human Colon Tumorigenic Cells Mediated by Cell Cycle Arrest
Saarela, J. M., Ford B. A.2001Taxonomy of the Carex backii complex (section Phyllostachyae, Cyperaceae)
Rothrock, P. E., Reznicek A. A.1996A new species of Carex section Ovales (Cyperaceae) occurring in the Ozark Mountain region
Rothrock, P. E., Reznicek A. A.2000Taxonomy, ecology, and biogeography of Carex section Ovales in Indiana
Reznicek, A. A., Wheeler G. A.1993Carex tovarensis (Cyperaceae), a new species from Venezuela
Reznicek, A. A., Rothrock P. E.1997Carex molestiformis (Cyperaceae), a new species of sectin Ovales from the Ozark Mountain Region
Reznicek, A. A., González-Elizondo M. S.2001Carex section Porocystis (Cyperaceae) in Mexico and Central America
Ran, J. H., Wang, P. P., Zhao, H. J., Wang X. Q.2010A Test of Seven Candidate Barcode Regions from the Plastome in Picea (Pinaceae)
Naczi, R. F. C., Ford B. A.2001Systematics of the Carex jamesii complex (Cyperaceae: Sect. Phyllostachyae)
Mohlenbrock, R. H.1999Sedges: Carex. The Illustrated Flora of Illinois
Mackenzie, K. Kent, Creutzburg, H. Charles, Rickett H. William1940North American Cariceae
Le Clerc-Blain, J., Starr, J. R., Bull, R. D., Saarela J. M.2010A regional approach to plant DNA barcoding provides high species resolution of sedges (Carex and Kobresia, Cyperaceae) in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago
Field, K. J., Lake J. A.2011Environmental metabolomics links genotype to phenotype and predicts genotype abundance in wild plant populations
Catling, P. M., Reznicek, A. A., Crins W. J.1993Carex-Juniperorum (Cyperaceae), a New Species from Northeastern North-America, with a Key to Carex Sect Phyllostachys
Flora of North America Editorial Committee2002Flora of North America Volume 23, Magnoliophyta: Commelinidae (in part): Cyperaceae
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