Illinois Native Plant Guide - Bibliography

Illinois Native Plant Guide


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Baly, I.L., and E.A. Freeman. 1977. Seasonal variation of selected cations in Acorus calamus. Aquatic Botany 3:65-84.

Brenholm, T.L., and A.G. van der Valk. 1994. Sedge establishment studies: how age and storage conditions affect germination and viability of Carex seed. Technical Paper No. 3, Wetlands Research, Inc., Chicago, IL. 4pp.

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Bonner, F.T. 1974. Cephalanthus occidentalis, Common Buttonbush. pg 301-302 In: USDA Handbook 450. Seeds of woody plants of the United States. USDA Forest Service, Washington D.C.

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Brodie, G.A., D.A. Hammer, and D.A. Tomljanovich. 1989. Constructed wetlands for treatment of an ash pond seepage. In: D.A. Hammer (ed) pg 211-220. Constructed wetlands for waste water treatment. Lewis Publishers Inc. Chelsea, MI.

Clark, W.R., and R.T. Clay. 1985. Standing crop of Sagittaria in the upper Mississippi River. Can. J. Bot. 63:1453-1457.

Conn, J.S. 1990. Seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after burial for 4.7 years in Alaska. Weed Science 38:134-138.

Conner, W.H., J.G. Gosselink, and R.T Parrando. 1981. Comparison of the vegetation of three Louisiana swamp sites with different flooding regimes. Amer. J. Bot. 68:320-331.

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Crocker, W., and W.E. Davis. 1914. Delayed germination in seed of Alisma plantago. Botany Gazette 58:285-321.

Daukas, P., D. Lowry, and W.W. Walker Jr. 1989. Design of wet detention basins and constructed wetlands for treatment of stormwater runoff from a regional shopping mall in Massachusetts. In: D.A. Hammer (ed) pgs 686-694. Constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment. Lewis Publishers Inc. Chelsea, MI.

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Densco, I. 1982. Effects of ecological factors on the germination of the seed of Leersia orzoides. Novenyvedelen Plant Prot. (Budapest) 18:312-318.

Deno, N.C. 1993. Seed germination theory and practice. Second edition, fifth printing. Self Published. Norman C. Deno, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA. 242 pp.

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Dirr, M.A. 1990. Manual of woody landscape plants. Stipes Publishing Company, Champaign, IL. 552pp.

Eggers, S.D. and D.M. Reed. 1987. Wetland plants and plant communities of Minnesota and Wisconsin. US Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District. St. Paul, MN. 201pp.

Emerson, F.B. Jr. 1961. Experiments in the establishment of food and cover plants in marshes created for wildlife in New York state. New York Fish and Game Journal 8:130-144.

Faber-Langendoen, D., and P.F. Maycock. 1989. Community patterns and environmental gradients of buttonbush ponds in lowland forest of southern Ontario. Can. Field. Nat. 103:479-485.

Faber-Langendoen, D., and S.T. Dina. 1987. Growth responses of Cephalanthus occidentalis to varying light levels and flooding. Transact. Missouri Academy of Sciences 21:55-62.

Fasset, N.C. 1960. A manual of aquatic plants. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI. 405pp.

Fernald, M.L. 1950. Gray’s manual of botany, eighth edition - illustrated. Dioscorides Press, Portland, OR. 1632pp.

Fredrickson, L.H., and T.S. Taylor. 1982. Management of seasonally flooded impoundments for wildlife. Resource publication 148. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Washington D.C.

Fredrickson, L.H. 1991. Strategies for water level manipulation in a moist soil system. Leaflet 13.4.6, US Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service.

Fulton, G.W., J.L. Richardson, and W.T. Barker. 1986. Wetland soils and vegetation. North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Report 106:1-16.

Gaboury, M., R. Newbury, and C. Watson. In Press 1996. Non-Point pollution control program, Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Field manual of urban stream restoration. Illinois State Water Survey. Illinois Department of Natural Resources.

Galatowitsch, S.M., and A.G. van der Valk. 1994. Restoring prairie wetlands, an ecological approach. Iowa State University Press, Ames, IA. 246pp.

Garbisch, E.W., and S.M. McIninch. 1992. Seed information for wetland plant species of the Northeast United States. Restoration Management Notes 10:85-86.

Garbisch, E.W., S.M. McIninch, H.J. Swartz, and G.J. Salvaggio. 1996. The effects of controlled chilling on five wetland herbaceous plant species. Wetland Journal 8(2) 20-25.

Geyer, W.A., and N.F. Rogers. 1972. Spoils Change the Tree Growth on Coal Mine Spoils in Kansas. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 27:114-116.

Gillespie, J. 1995. Personnel communication. Country Wetlands Nursery Ltd. Muskego, WI.

Gleason, H.A., and A. Cronquist. 1963. Manual of vascular plants of northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. D. von Nostrand Co. New York, NY. 810pp.

Gray, D.H., and A.T. Leiser. 1989. Biotechnical slope protection and erosion control. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, NY. 263pp.

Hamet-Ahti, L. 1980. The Juncus effusus aggregates in eastern North America. Annuls Bot. Fennici 17:183-191.

Hammer, D.A. 1992. Creating fresh water wetlands. Lewis Publishers Inc. Chelsea, MI. 298pp.

Harris, S.W., and W.H. Marshall. 1960. Germination and planting experiments on Softstem and Hardstem Bulrush. Journal of Wildlife Management 24:134-139.

Hitchcock, A.S., and A. Chase. 1971. Manual of grasses of the United States, Volume I Dover Publishers Inc. New York, NY. 569pp.

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Horner, R.R., J.J. Skupien, E.H. Livingston, and H.E. Shaver. 1994. Fundamentals of urban runoff management: technical and institutional issues. Terene Institute and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 302pp.

Isley, D. 1944. A study of conditions that affect the germination of Scirpus seed. Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station Memo 257:1-8.

Jones, S.B., and L.E. Foote. 1990. Gardening with native wildflowers. Timber Press Inc. Portland, OR. 195pp.

Jorga, W., and G. Weise. 1981. Aquatic plants and their importance for embankment stabilization and improvement of water quality. Acta. Hydrochem. Hydrobiology 9:37-56.

Jurik, T.W., S.C. Wang, and A.G. van der Valk. 1994. Effects of sediment load on seedling emergence from wetland seed banks. Wetlands 14(3): 159-165.

Kadalek, J.A., and W.A. Wentz. 1974. State of the art survey and evaluation of marsh plant establishment techniques. Volume 1. Report D-74-9 US Army Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg, MS.

Kantrud, H.A., J.B. Miller, and A.G. van der Valk. 1989. Vegetation of the wetlands of the prairie pothole region. In: A.G. van der Valk (eds.) pp 132-177. Northern prairie wetlands. Iowa State University Press. Ames, IA.

Kartesz, J.T. 1994. A synonymized checklist of the vascular flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland, volume I - checklist, volume II - thesaurus. Timber Press, Portland, Oregon. Vol. I: 622pp, Vol. II: 816pp.

Kato, T., M. Tsunakawa, N. Sasaki, H. Aizawa, K. Fujita, Y. Kitahara, and N. Takahashi. 1977. Growth and germination inhibitors in rice husks. Phytochem. 16:45-48.

Kaut, R.B. 1985. Reproductive phonology and biology in annual and perennial Alismataceae. Aquatic Botany 22:153-164.

Keddy, P.A., and T.H. Ellis. 1985. Seedling recruitment of 11 wetland plant species along a water level gradient: shared or distinct response? Can. J. Bot. 63:1876-1879.

Kester, W. 1992. Personal communication. Kesters Wild Game Food Nursery Inc. Wisconsin.

Klebesadel, L.J., C.I Branton, and J.J. Koranda. 1962. Seed characteristics of bluejoint and techniques for threshing. Journal of Range Management 15:227-228.

Lamoureux, W.J. 1970. Aquatic plants for fish and wildlife. Technical bulletin #1. Royal Botanic Gardens. Hamilton, Ontario 29pp.

Larmen, M.M. 1989. Arrowhead or duck potato. Minnesota Horticulture. 108:207.

Larson, J.L. 1993. Personal communication. Applied Ecological Services. Brodhead, WI.

Larson, J.L. 1989a. Purple loosestrife in a southeast sedge meadow. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station Bulletin. 22:1-11.

Larson, J.L. 1989b. The life history and primary production of shoots of Carex scoparia and Scirpus cyperinus in a southeast Wisconsin sedge meadow. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

Larson, J.L., and F.W. Stearns. 1990. Factors influencing seed germination in Carex scoparia. Wetlands 10:277-283.

Lazenby, A. 1955. Germination and establishment of Juncus effusus, the effect of different companion species and of variation in soil and fertility conditions. Journal of Ecology 43:103-119.

Leif, J.W., and E.A. Oelke. 1990. Growth and development of giant burreed. Weed Tech. 4:849-854.

Lieffers, V.J. 1984. Emergent communities of oxbow lakes in northeastern Alberta: salinity, water level fluctuation and succession. Can. J. Bot. 62:310-316.

Loucks, W.L., and R.A. Keen. 1973. Submersion tolerance of selected seedling trees. Journal of Forestry 71:496-497.

Low, J.B., and F.C. Bellrose. 1944. The seed and vegetative yield of waterfowl food plants in the Illinois river valley. Journal of Wildlife Managers 8:7-22.

Marble, A.D. 1992. A guide to wetland functional design. Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI. 222pp.

Marburger, J.E. 1993. Biology and management of Sagittaria latifolia willd. (Broadleaf Arrowhead) for wetland restoration and creation. Restoration Ecology 1(4) 248-255.

Mariner, R.D. and L. Mertz-Erwin. 1991. Landscaping techniques and materials for urban Illinois stream corridors and wetland edges. Report prepared by Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission for Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources, Springfield, IL 111pp.

Martin, A.C., H.S. Zim, and A.L. Nelson. 1951. American wildlife and plants, a guide to wildlife food habits. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, NY. 500pp.

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McIninch, S.M., and E.W. Garbisch. 1991. Oxygen requirement of dormant wetland plants. Wildflower 4:8-13.

McIninch, S.M., and E.W. Garbisch. 1996. The establishment of Scirpus pungens from large and small rhizomes as a function of water depth. Wetland Journal 8(2) 24-27.

McKee, C.E., and A.C. van der Valk. 1989. The Impact of duration of drainage on the seed banks of northern prairie wetlands. Can. J. Bot. 67:1878-1884.

McKendrick, J.D., A.L. Brundage, and V.L. Burton. 1977. Quality of bluejoint hay is influenced by time of harvest. Agroborealis 9:26-29.

Michaub, S.C., and C.J. Richardson. 1989. Efficiencies of substrate, vegetation, water levels, and microbial population: relative radial oxygen loss in 5 wetland plants. In: D.A. Hammer (ed) pg 501-507. Constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment. Lewis Publishers Inc. Chelsea, MI.

Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food. 1962. The control of rushes. Advisory Leaflet 433. Swindon Press Ltd, England.

Mitchell, W.W. 1979. Three varieties of native Alaskan grasses for revegetation purposes. Circular 32. Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Alaska. Fairbanks, AK.

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