Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium

 

WISCONSIN ASTERACEAE

 

REFERENCES

 

 

Ballard, Harvey E., and Robert R. Kowal.  1994.  Status survey and taxonomic study of cliff cudweed, Gnaphalium saxicola Fassett.  Unpublished report to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

 

Barkley, Theodore M.  1963.  Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin, no. 49.  Compositae II - composite family II:  the genus Senecio - the ragworts - in Wisconsin.  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 52: 343‑352.

 

Bayer, Randall J.  1989.  Nomenclatural rearrangements in Antennaria

 neodioica and A. howellii (Asteraceae: Inuleae: Gnaphaliinae).  Brittonia 41: 396-398.

 

CC and G. Ledyard Stebbins.  1982.  A revised classification of Antennaria (Asteraceae: Inuleae) of the eastern United States.  Systematic Botany 7(3): 300‑313.

 

Beals, Edward W., and Ralph F. Peters.  1966.  Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin, no. 56.  Compositae V - composite family V:  tribe Inuleae (Antennaria, Gnaphalium, Anaphalis, and Inula).  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 55: 223‑242.

 

Bentham, George.  1873.  Notes on the classification, history, and geographical distribution of the Compositae.  Journal of the Linnean Society, Botany 13: 335-577.

 

Bohm, Bruce A., and Tod F. Stuessy.  2001.  Flavonoids of the sunflower family (Asteraceae).  Springer-Verlag, Vienna.

 

Boulter, D., J.T. Gleaves, B.G. Haslett, D. Peacock, V. Jensen.  1978.  The relationships of 8 tribes of the compositae as suggested by plastocyanin amino acid sequence data.  Phytochemistry 17: 1585-1589.

 

Bremer, Kåre.  1987.  Tribal interrelationships of the Asteraceae.  Cladistics 3(3): 210-253.

 

CC.  1994.  Asteraceae: Cladistics & classification.  Portland, Oregon: Timber Press.

 

CC.  1996.  Major clades and grades of the Asteraceae.  Pages 1-7 in D. J. N. Hind and H. J. Beentje, eds.  1996.  Compositae: systematics.  Proceedings of the International Compositae Conference, Kew, 1994.  Vol. 1.  Kew: The Royal Botanic Gardens.

 

Brouillet, Luc, Geraldine A. Allen, John C. Semple, and Motomi Ito.  2001.  ITS phylogeny of North American asters (Asteraceae: Astereae).  Botany 2001 Abstracts: 1 (Abstract 412).

 

Caligari, P. D. S., and D. J. N. Hind, eds.  1996.  Compositae: biology and utilization.  Proceedings of the International Compositae Conference, Kew, 1994.  Vol. 2.  Kew: The Royal Botanic Gardens.

 

Carlquist, Sherwin.  1976.  Tribal interrelationships and phylogeny of the Asteraceae.  Aliso 8: 465-492.

 

Croat, Thomas.  1972.  Solidago canadensis complex of the Great Plains.  Brittonia 24(3): 317‑326.

 

Cronquist, Arthur.  1955.  Phylogeny and taxonomy of the Compositae.  American Midland Naturalist 53: 478-511.

 

CC.  1977.  The Compositae revisited.  Brittonia 29: 137-153.

 

CC.  1980.  Vascular flora of the southeastern United States.  Volume I: Asteraceae.  The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.

 

CC.  1981.  An integrated system of classification of flowering plants.  Columbia University Press, N.Y.

 

Feller, Danielle Sky.  2000.  A study of the distribution, ecology, and genetic diversity of Pseudognaphalium saxicola (Fassett) comb. nov. (Asteraceae), a rare annual plant endemic to Wisconsin.  Master's thesis.  University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Fernald, Merritt L.  1950.  Gray's manual of botany.  8th ed.  American Book Co., New York.

 

Flora of North America Editorial Committee.   2006.  Vol. 19: Magnoliophyta: Asteridae (in part): Asteraceae, part 1 [Mutisieae-Anthemideae].  Vol. 20: Magnoliophyta: Asteridae (in part): Asteraceae, part 2 [Astereae & Senecioneae].  Vol. 21: Magnoliophyta: Asteridae (in part): Asteraceae, part 3 [Heliantheae & Eupatorieae].  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Freckmann, Robert W., and William J. Fraundorf.  1981.  Gnaphalium sylvaticum (Compositae) new to Wisconsin.  The Michigan Botanist 20: 87‑88.

 

Gleason, Henry A., and Arthur Cronquist.  1963.  Manual of vascular plants of northeastern United States and adjacent Canada.  D. van Nostrand Co., Inc., Princeton, New Jersey.

 

CC and CC.  1991.  Manual of vascular plants of northeastern United States and adjacent Canada.  2nd ed.  The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York.

 

Heywood, Vernon H., Jeffrey G. Harbone, and Billie L. Turner, eds.  1977.  The biology and chemistry of the Compositae.  Academic Press, N.Y.  2 vols.

 

Hind, D. J. N., and H. J. Beentje, eds.  1996.  Compositae: systematics.  Proceedings of the International Compositae Conference, Kew, 1994.  Vol. 1.  Kew: The Royal Botanic Gardens.

 

International code of botanical nomenclature (Saint Louis Code): adopted by the Sixteenth International Botanical Congress, St. Louis, July-August 1999.  2000.  W. Greuter, ed.  Regnum Vegetabile 138: 1‑474.

 

Jansen, Robert J., and Ki-Joong Kim.  1996.  Implications for chloroplast DNA data for the classification and phylogeny of the Asteraceae.  Pages 317-339 in D. J. N. Hind and H. J. Beentje, eds.  1996.  Compositae: systematics.  Proceedings of the International Compositae Conference, Kew, 1994.  Vol. 1.  Kew: The Royal Botanic Gardens.

 

CC and Jeffrey D. Palmer.  1987.  A chloroplast DNA inversion marks an ancient evolutionary split in the sunflower family (Asteraceae).  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  84: 5818-5822.

 

CC and CC.  1988.  Phylogenetic implications of chloroplast DNA restriction site variation in the Mutisieae (Asteraceae).  Amer. J. Bot. 75(5): 753-766.

 

Jeffrey, Charles.  1978.  Compositae.  Pages 263-268 in V.H. Heywood, ed.  Flowering plants of the world.  Mayflower Books, New York.

 

Johnson, Miles F., and Hugh H. Iltis.  1963.  Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin, no. 48.  Compositae I - composite family I: tribes Eupatorieae, Vernonieae, Cynareae, and Cichorieae [= Lactuceae].  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 52: 255‑342.

 

Jones, Almut G.  1978.  The taxonomy of Aster section Multiflori (Asteraceae):  I.  Nomenclatural review and formal presentation of taxa.  Rhodora 80: 319-357.

 

CC.  1978.  The taxonomy of Aster section Multiflori (Asteraceae):  II.  Biosystematic investigations.  Rhodora 80: 453-490.

 

CC.  1980.  A classification of the New World species of Aster (Asteraceae).  Brittonia 32(2): 230-239.

 

CC.  1984.  Nomenclatural notes on Aster (Asteraceae) - II.  New combinations and some transfers.  Phytologia 55(6): 373-388.

 

CC.  1989.  Aster and Brachyactis in Illinois.  Bulletin Illinois Natural History Survev. 34(2): 139-194.

 

Mahoney, Alison McKenzie.  2000.  The systematics and biogeography of the Packera paupercula complex (Senecioneae, Asteraceae).  Ph.D. thesis.  University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

CC and Robert R. Kowal.  2007 [?].  Three new varieties of Packera paupercula (Asteraceae: Senecioneae) in the Upper Midwest and southeastern United States.  Novon.

 

Melchert, Thomas E.  1960.  Heliantheae of Wisconsin.  M.S. Thesis.  University of Wisconsin‑Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

CC and Hugh H. Iltis.  1976.  Key to Wisconsin Helianthus L., the sunflowers [based on T. E. Melchert's M.S. thesis (1960)].  Mimeographed handout, Department of Botany, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Michaels, Helen J., Kathy M. Scott, Richard G. Olmstead, Tim Szaro, Robert K. Jansen, and Jeffery D. Palmer.  1993.  Interfamilial relationships of the Asteraceae: insights from rbcL sequence variation.  Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 80: 742-751.

 

Mickelson, Carol J., and Hugh H. Iltis.  1966.  Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin, no. 55.  Compositae IV - composite family IV:  tribes Helenieae and Anthemideae.  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 55: 187‑222.

 

Morley, Thomas.  1969.  Spring flora of Minnesota.  The University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

 

Muller, Jan.  1978.  Fossil pollen records of extant angiosperms.  The Botanical Review 47: 1-142.

 

Nesom, Guy.  2000.  Generic conspectus of the tribe Astereae (Asteraceae) in North American and Central America, the Antilles, and Hawaii.  Sida, Botanical Miscellany, No. 20.

 

Noyes, Richard D., and Loren H. Riesberg.  1999.  ITS sequence data support a single origin for North American Astereae (Asteraceae) and reflect deep geographic divisions in Aster s.l.  Amer. J. Bot. 86: 396-412.

 

Ownbey, G. B. and T. Morley.  1991.  Vascular plants of Minnesota: a checklist and atlas.  University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

 

Palmer, Jeffrey D., Robert K. Jansen, Helen J. Michaels, Mark W. Chase, and James R. Manhart.  1988.  Chloroplast DNA variation and plant phylogeny.  Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 75: 1180-1206.

 

Panero, Jose L., and Vicki A. Funk.  2002.  Toward a phylogenetic subfamilial classification for the Compositae (Asteraceae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 115(4): 909-922.

 

Payne, Willard W.  1970.  Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin, no. 62.  Compositae VI - composite family VI: the genus Ambrosia - the ragweeds.  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 58: 353‑371.

 

Reveal, James L.  1997.  Early suprageneric names in Asteraceae.  Comp. Newsl. 30: 29-45.

 

Robinson, Harold.  1987.  Some suggestions regarding the significance of chloroplast DNA variation in the Asteraceae.  Phytologia 63(5): 316-324.

 

Salamun, Peter J.  1963.  Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin, no. 50.  Compositae III ‑‑ composite family III:  the genus Solidago - goldenrod.  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 52: 353‑382.

 

Semple, John C., Stephan B. Heard, and Luc Brouillet.  2002.  Cultivated and Native Asters of Ontario (Compositae: Astereae).  University of Waterloo Biology Series 41: 1-134.

 

CC, CC, and ChunSheng Xiang.  1996.  The Asters of Ontario (Compositae: Astereae): Diplactis Raf., Oclemena Greene, Doelingeria Nees, and Aster L. (including Canadanthus Nesom, Symphyotrichum Nees, and Virgulus Raf.).  University of Waterloo Biology Series 38: 1-94.

 

CC, Gordon S. Ringius, and Jie Jay Zhang.  1999.  The goldenrods of Ontario: Solidago L. and Euthamia Nutt.  3rd ed.  University of Waterloo Biology Series 39: 1-90.

 

Shinners, Lloyd H.  1941.  The genus Aster in Wisconsin.  The American Midland Naturalist 26(2): 398‑420.

 

Small, James.  1917-1918.  The origin and development of the Compositae.  New Phytologist 16[1917]: 157-177, 198-221, 253-276.  17[1918]: 13-40, 69-94, 114-142, 200-230.  18[1919]: 1-35, 65-89, 129-176, 201-234.

 

Stearn, William T.  1983.  Botanical Latin: history, grammer, syntax, terminology and vocabulary.  3rd. ed., revised.  David & Charles, North Pomfret, Vermont.  [Introduction, index and pagination are exactly the same as the earlier two editions of 1966 and 1973.]

 

Thorne, Robert F.  1976.  A phylogenetic classification of the Angiospermae.  Evolutionary Biology 9: 35-106.

 

CC.  1983.  Proposed new realignments in the angiosperms.  Nord. J. Bot. 3: 85-117.

 

Voss, Edward G.  1996.  Michigan flora; a guide to the identification and occurrence of the native and naturalized seed‑plants of the state.  Part III: Dicots (Pyrolaceae - Compositae); Bulletin 61.  Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and University of Michigan Herbarium.

 

Wagenitz, Gerhard.  1976.  Systematics and phylogeny of the Compositae (Asteraceae).  Plant Systematics and Evolution 125: 29-46.

 

Watanabe, Kuniaki, Robert M. King, Tetsukazu Yahara, Motomi Ito, Jun Yokoyama, Takeshi Suzuki, and Daniel J. Crawford.  1995.  Chromosomal cytology and evolution in Eupatorieae (Asteraceae).  Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard.  82(4): 581-592.  [Ancestral x = 17 (ex Heliantheae with x = 17-19) 6 x = 10]

 

Wetter, Mark Allen, Theodore S. Cochrane, Merel R. Black, Hugh H. Iltis, and Paul E. Berry.  2001.  Checklist of the vascular plants of Wisconsin.  Technical Bulletin No. 192.  Department of Natural Resources, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Wood, Carroll E., Jr.  1974.  A student's atlas of flowering plants: Some dicotyledons of eastern North America.  Planned and prepared under the direction of Carroll E. Wood, Jr., assisted by Elizabeth A. Shaw; with the technical help of Karen S. Velmure and Kenneth R. Robertson.  New York: Harper & Row.

 


         
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