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    1. Carvalho, KM; McGettigan, MJ; Martin, DF
      Gc/Ms analysis of volatile organic selenium species produced during phytoremediation

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    2. Wheeler, GS; Center, TD
      Impact of the biological control agent Hydrellia pakistanae (Diptera : Ephydridae) on the submersed aquatic weed Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae)

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    3. Cioffi, F; Gallerano, F
      Management strategies for the control of eutrophication processes in Fogliano lagoon (Italy): a long-term analysis using a mathematical model

      APPLIED MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
    4. Rout, NP; Shaw, BP
      Salt tolerance in aquatic macrophytes: possible involvement of the antioxidative enzymes

      PLANT SCIENCE
    5. van Ginkel, LC; Bowes, G; Reiskind, JB; Prins, HBA
      A CO2-flux mechanism operating via pH-polarity in Hydrilla verticillata leaves with C-3 and C-4 photosynthesis

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    6. Rybicki, NB; McFarland, DG; Ruhl, HA; Reel, JT; Barko, JW
      Investigations of the availability and survival of submersed aquatic vegetation propagules in the tidal Potomac River

      ESTUARIES
    7. Lara, MV; Casati, P; Andreo, CS
      In vivo phosphorylation of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in Egeria densa, a submersed aquatic species

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Hausler, RE; Rademacher, T; Li, J; Lipka, V; Fischer, KL; Schubert, S; Kreuzaler, F; Hirsch, HJ
      Single and double overexpression of C-4-cycle genes had differential effects on the pattern of endogenous enzymes, attenuation of photorespiration and on contents of UV protectants in transgenic potato and tobacco plants

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    9. Rout, NP; Shaw, BP
      Salt tolerance in aquatic macrophytes: ionic relation and interaction

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    10. Spencer, DF; Ksander, GG; Madsen, JD; Owens, CS
      Emergence of vegetative propagules of Potamogeton nodosus, Potamogeton pectinatus, Vallisneria americana, and Hydrilla verticillata based on accumulated degree-days

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    11. Hofstra, DE; Clayton, J; Green, JD; Adam, KD
      RAPD profiling and isozyme analysis of New Zealand Hydrilla verticillata

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    12. Spencer, DF; Ksander, GC
      Interactions between American pondweed and monoecious hydrilla grown in mixtures

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    13. Kirk, JP; Morrow, JV; Killgore, KJ; De Kozlowski, SJ; Preacher, JW
      Population response of triploid grass carp to declining levels of Hydrillain the Santee Cooper reservoirs, South Carolina

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    14. Madeira, PT; Jacono, CC; Van, TK
      Monitoring hydrilla using two RAPD procedures and the nonindigenous aquatic species database

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    15. Van Ginkel, LC; Schutz, I; Prins, HBA
      Elodea canadensis under N and CO2 limitation: Adaptive changes in Rubisco and PEPCase activity in a bicarbonate user

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    16. Steward, KK
      Influence of photoperiod on vegetative propagule production in three turion-producing races of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    17. Epler, JH; Cuda, JP; Center, TD
      Redescription of Cricotopus lebetis (Diptera : Chironomidae), a potential biocontrol agent of the aquatic weed Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae)

      FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGIST
    18. Gupta, M
      Effect of lead and mercury on changes in protein profile in the aquatic macrophytes Hydrilla verticillata (lf) Royle and Vallisneria spiralis L.

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    19. Smither-Kopperl, ML; Charudattan, R; Berger, RD
      Deposition and adhesion of spores of Fusarium culmorum on hydrilla

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    20. Hofstra, DE; Clayton, J; Green, JD; Auger, M
      Competitive performance of Hydrilla verticillata in New Zealand

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    21. Madeira, PT; Van, TK; Center, TD
      Integration of five Southeast Asian accessions into the world-wide phenetic relationships of Hydrilla verticillata as elucidated by random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    22. Lavery, P; Bootle, S; Vanderklift, M
      Ecological effects of macroalgal harvesting on beaches in the Peel-Harvey estuary, Western Australia

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    23. Lipka, V; Hausler, RE; Rademacher, T; Li, J; Hirsch, HJ; Kreuzaler, F
      Solanum tuberosum double transgenic expressing phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase and NADP-malic enzyme display reduced electron requirement for CO2 fixation

      PLANT SCIENCE
    24. Sinha, S
      Accumulation of Cu, Cd, Cr, Mn and Pb from artificially contaminated soil by Bacopa monnieri

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    25. Mataraza, LK; Terrell, JB; Munson, AB; Canfield, DE
      Changes in submersed macrophytes in relation to tidal storm surges

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    26. McFarland, DG; Barko, JW
      High-temperature effects on growth and propagule formation in Hydrilla biotypes

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    27. Madsen, JD; Smith, DH
      Vegetative spread of dioecious Hydrilla colonies in experimental ponds

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    28. Hofstra, DE; Clayton, JS; Champion, PD; Green, JD
      Distribution and density of vegetative hydrilla propagules in the sediments of two New Zealand lakes

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    29. Liu, XX; Lembi, CA
      Laboratory evaluation of mefluidide effects on elongation of Hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    30. Spencer, DF; Ksander, GG
      Influence of dilute acetic acid treatments on survival of monoecious Hydrilla tubers in the Oregon House Canal, California

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    31. Everitt, JH; Yang, C; Escobar, DE; Webster, CF; Lonard, RI; Davis, MR
      Using remote sensing and spatial information technologies to detect and map two aquatic macrophytes

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    32. VAN TK; WHEELER GS; CENTER TD
      COMPETITIVE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HYDRILLA (HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA) ANDVALLISNERIA (VALLISNERIA-AMERICANA) AS INFLUENCED BY INSECT HERBIVORY

      Biological control
    33. MISHRA SR; SABAT SC
      EFFECT OF MAGNESIUM AND CALCIUM-IONS ON THE PHOTOELECTRON TRANSPORT ACTIVITY OF LOW-SALT SUSPENDED HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA THYLAKOIDS - POSSIBLE SITES OF CATION INTERACTION

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    34. Nakamura, T; Suzuki, T; Kadono, Y
      A comparative study of isoenzyme patterns of Hydrilla verticillata (L.F.) Royle in Japan

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    35. MISHRA SR; SABAT SC
      CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM EFFECT ON DIVALENT-CATION DEFICIENT HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA THYLAKOID ELECTRON-TRANSPORT ACTIVITY

      Journal of Biosciences
    36. ROUT NP; SHAW BP
      SALINITY TOLERANCE IN AQUATIC MACROPHYTES - PROBABLE ROLE OF PROLINE,THE ENZYMES INVOLVED IN ITS SYNTHESIS AND C-4 TYPE OF METABOLISM

      PLANT SCIENCE
    37. GUNKEL RC; BARKO JW
      AN OVERVIEW OF THE AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL RESEARCH-PROGRAM

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    38. MCFARLAND DG; ROGERS SJ
      THE AQUATIC MACROPHYTE SEED BANK IN LAKE ONALASKA, WISCONSIN

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    39. OWENS CS; MADSEN JD
      PHENOLOGICAL STUDIES OF CARBOHYDRATE ALLOCATION IN HYDRILLA

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    40. SHEARER JF
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF HYDRILLA USING AN ENDEMIC FUNGAL PATHOGEN

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    41. GRODOWITZ MJ
      AN ACTIVE APPROACH TO THE USE OF INSECT BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF NONNATIVE AQUATIC PLANTS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    42. GETSINGER KD
      CHEMICAL CONTROL RESEARCH IN THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    43. SPRECHER SL; GETSINGER KD; STEWART AB
      SELECTIVE EFFECTS OF AQUATIC HERBICIDES ON SAGO PONDWEED

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    44. NELSON LS; SHEARER JF; NETHERLAND MD
      MESOCOSM EVALUATION OF INTEGRATED FLURIDONE FUNGAL PATHOGEN TREATMENTON 4 SUBMERSED PLANTS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    45. Sprecher, SL; Netherland, MD; Stewart, AB
      Phytoene and carotene response of aquatic plants to fluridone under laboratory conditions

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    46. Poovey, AG; Kay, SH
      The potential of a summer drawdown to manage monoecious hydrilla

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    47. Madsen, JD; Owens, CS
      Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in dioecious Hydrilla

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT
    48. RAI UN; GUPTA M; TRIPATHI RD; CHANDRA P
      CADMIUM REGULATED NITRATE REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY IN HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA(1F) ROYLE

      Water, air and soil pollution
    49. BUCKINGHAM GR; BENNETT CA
      HOST-RANGE STUDIES WITH BAGOUS-AFFINIS (COLEOPTERA, CURCULIONIDAE), AN INDIAN WEEVIL THAT FEEDS ON HYDRILLA-TUBERS

      Environmental entomology
    50. ROUT NP; TRIPATHI SB; SHAW BP
      EFFECT OF SALINITY ON CHLOROPHYLL AND PROLINE CONTENTS IN 3 AQUATIC MACROPHYTES

      Biologia plantarum
    51. WHEELER GS; CENTER TD
      GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENT BAGOUS-HYDRILLAE AS INFLUENCED BY HYDRILLA (HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA) STEM QUALITY

      Biological control
    52. CENTER TD; GRODOWITZ MJ; COFRANCESCO AF; JUBINSKY G; SNODDY E; FREEDMAN JE
      ESTABLISHMENT OF HYDRELLIA-PAKISTANAE (DIPTERA, EPHYDRIDAE) FOR THE BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF THE SUBMERSED AQUATIC PLANT HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA(HYDROCHARITACEAE) IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED-STATES

      Biological control
    53. MADEIRA PT; VAN TK; STEWARD KK; SCHNELL RJ
      RANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA ANALYSIS OF THE PHENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG WORLD-WIDE ACCESSIONS OF HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA

      Aquatic botany
    54. ZIMBA PV; HOPSON MS
      QUANTIFICATION OF EPIPHYTE REMOVAL EFFICIENCY FROM SUBMERSED AQUATIC PLANTS

      Aquatic botany
    55. SPENCER DF; RYAN FJ; KSANDER GG
      CONSTRUCTION COSTS FOR SOME AQUATIC PLANTS

      Aquatic botany
    56. WIGAND C; STEVENSON JC; CORNWELL JC
      EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT SUBMERSED MACROPHYTES ON SEDIMENT BIOGEOCHEMISTRY

      Aquatic botany
    57. SPENCER DF; KSANDER GG
      INFLUENCE OF ANOXIA ON SPROUTING OF VEGETATIVE PROPAGULES OF 3 SPECIES OF AQUATIC PLANT PROPAGULES

      Wetlands
    58. WERTZ I; WEISNER SEB
      POTAMOGETON-PECTINATUS AND MYRIOPHYLLUM-SPICATUM RESPONSE TO SEDIMENTS FROM A CALCAREOUS, SHALLOW, EUTROPHIC LAKE

      Journal of freshwater ecology
    59. GARG P; TRIPATHI RD; RAI UN; SINHA S; CHANDRA P
      CADMIUM ACCUMULATION AND TOXICITY IN SUBMERGED PLANT HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (LF) ROYLE

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    60. NETHERLAND MD
      TURION ECOLOGY OF HYDRILLA

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    61. LES DH; MEHRHOFF LJ; CLELAND MA; GABEL JD
      HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (HYDROCHARITACEAE) IN CONNECTICUT

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    62. NETHERLAND MD; GETSINGER KD; SKOGERBOE JD
      MESOCOSM EVALUATION OF THE SPECIES-SELECTIVE POTENTIAL OF FLURIDONE

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    63. NELSON LS
      RESPONSE OF HYDRILLA AND AMERICAN PONDWEED TO FLURPRIMIDOL

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    64. REISKIND JB; MADSEN TV; VANGINKEL LC; BOWES G
      EVIDENCE THAT INDUCIBLE C-4-TYPE PHOTOSYNTHESIS IS A CHLOROPLASTIC CO2-CONCENTRATING MECHANISM IN HYDRILLA, A SUBMERSED MONOCOT

      Plant, cell and environment
    65. DAVIDSON NL; GRIFFIN MC; KELSO WE
      A REPORT OF BUNOPS SCUTIFRONS FROM LOUISIANA

      Hydrobiologia
    66. STEWARD KK
      INFLUENCE OF PHOTOPERIOD ON TUBER PRODUCTION IN VARIOUS RACES OF HYDRILLA (HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA)

      Hydrobiologia
    67. ALLEN F; CENTER TD
      REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BIOCONTROL AGENT HYDRELLIA-PAKISTANAE (DIPTERA, EPHYDRIDAE) ON MONOECIOUS HYDRILLA

      Biological control
    68. BALCIUNAS JK; BURROWS DW; PURCELL MF
      COMPARISON OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND REALIZED HOST-RANGES OF A BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENT FROM AUSTRALIA FOR THE CONTROL OF THE AQUATIC WEED, HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA

      Biological control
    69. WHEELER GS; CENTER TD
      THE INFLUENCE OF HYDRILLA LEAF QUALITY ON LARVAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENT HYDRELLIA-PAKISTANAE (DIPTERA, EPHYDRIDAE)

      Biological control
    70. GUPTA M; SINHA S; CHANDRA P
      COPPER-INDUCED TOXICITY IN AQUATIC MACROPHYTE, HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA - EFFECT OF PH

      Ecotoxicology
    71. NELSON LS
      GROWTH-REGULATION OF EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL WITH FLURPRIMIDOL

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    72. CHEN DX; COUGHENOUR MB
      A MECHANISTIC MODEL FOR SUBMERGED AQUATIC MACROPHYTE PHOTOSYNTHESIS -HYDRILLA IN AMBIENT AND ELEVATED CO2

      Ecological modelling
    73. WHITE A; REISKIND JB; BOWES G
      DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON INFLUENCES THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES OFHYDRILLA TO PHOTOINHIBITORY CONDITIONS

      Aquatic botany
    74. SUTTON DL
      DEPLETION OF TURIONS AND TUBERS OF HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA IN THE NORTHNEW-RIVER CANAL, FLORIDA

      Aquatic botany
    75. HOPPLE JA; FOSTER GD
      HYDROPHOBIC ORGANOCHLORINE COMPOUNDS SEQUESTERED IN SUBMERSED AQUATICMACROPHYTES (HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (L F) ROYLE) FROM THE TIDAL POTOMAC RIVER (USA)

      Environmental pollution
    76. MUMMA MT; CICHRA CE; SOWARDS JT
      EFFECTS OF RECREATION ON THE SUBMERSED AQUATIC PLANT COMMUNITY OF RAINBOW RIVER, FLORIDA

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    77. SHABANA YM; CHARUDATTAN R
      MICROORGANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH HYDRILLA IN PONDS AND LAKES IN NORTH FLORIDA

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    78. MACDONALD GE; HALLER WT; SHILLING DG
      UV-B FILTRATION TO REDUCE PHOTOLYSIS OF FLURIDONE IN EXPERIMENTAL TANKS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    79. LANGELAND KA
      HYDRILLA TUBER FORMATION IN RESPONSE TO SINGLE AND SEQUENTIAL BENSULFURON METHYL EXPOSURES AT DIFFERENT TIMES

      Hydrobiologia
    80. SPENCER DF; KSANDER GG
      GROWTH AND CARBON UTILIZATION BY SPROUTED PROPAGULES OF 2 SPECIES OF SUBMERSED ROOTED AQUATIC PLANTS GROWN IN DARKNESS

      Hydrobiologia
    81. RAI UN; TRIPATHI RD; SINHA S; CHANDRA P
      CHROMIUM AND CADMIUM BIOACCUMULATION AND TOXICITY IN HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (LF) ROYLE AND CHARA-CORALLINA WILDENOW

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    82. SPENCER DF; KSANDER GG
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF THE MICROBIAL METABOLITE, ACETIC-ACID, ON SPROUTING OF AQUATIC PLANT PROPAGULES

      Aquatic botany
    83. SPENCER DF; KSANDER GG
      INFLUENCE OF PROPAGULE SIZE, SOIL FERTILITY, AND PHOTOPERIOD ON GROWTH AND PROPAGULE PRODUCTION BY 3 SPECIES OF SUBMERSED MACROPHYTES

      Wetlands
    84. BOWMER KH; JACOBS SWL; SAINTY GR
      IDENTIFICATION, BIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF ELODEA-CANADENSIS, HYDROCHARITACEAE

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    85. NETHERLAND MD; GETSINGER KD
      LABORATORY EVALUATION OF THRESHOLD FLURIDONE CONCENTRATIONS UNDER STATIC CONDITIONS FOR CONTROLLING HYDRILLA AND EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    86. NETHERLAND MD; GETSINGER KD
      POTENTIAL CONTROL OF HYDRILLA AND EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL UNDER VARIOUSFLURIDONE HALF-LIFE SCENARIOS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    87. FOOTE BA
      BIOLOGY OF SHORE FLIES

      Annual review of entomology
    88. GUPTA M; CHANDRA P
      LEAD ACCUMULATION AND TOXICITY IN VALLISNERIA-SPIRALIS (L) AND HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (LF) ROYLE

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    89. LOW KS; LEE CK; HENG LL
      SORPTION OF BASIC-DYES BY HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA

      Environmental technology
    90. BYL TD; SUTTON HD; KLAINE SJ
      EVALUATION OF PEROXIDASE AS A BIOCHEMICAL INDICATOR OF TOXIC-CHEMICALEXPOSURE IN THE AQUATIC PLANT HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA, ROYLE

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    91. SPENCER DF; ANDERSON LWJ; KSANDER GG
      FIELD AND GREENHOUSE INVESTIGATIONS ON WINTER BUD PRODUCTION BY POTAMOGETON-GRAMINEUS L

      Aquatic botany
    92. PATRA RR; PANIGRAHI AK
      CHANGES IN RESIDUAL MERCURY ACCUMULATION AND PIGMENT CONTENTS IN SOMEAQUATIC PLANTS, PISTIA AND HYDRILLA, EXPOSED TO SOLID-WASTE OF A CHLORALKALI INDUSTRY

      Journal of environmental biology
    93. GETSINGER KD; DICK GO; CROUCH RM; NELSON LS
      MESOCOSM EVALUATION OF BENSULFURON METHYL ACTIVITY ON EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL, VALLISNERIA, AND AMERICAN PONDWEED

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    94. VAN TK; VANDIVER VV
      RESPONSE OF HYDRILLA TO VARIOUS CONCENTRATIONS AND EXPOSURES OF BENSULFURON METHYL

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    95. LANGELAND KA; LAROCHE FB
      PERSISTENCE OF BENSULFURON METHYL AND CONTROL OF HYDRILLA IN SHALLOW PONDS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    96. SANTHA CR; MARTYN RD; NEILL WH; STRAWN K
      CONTROL OF SUBMERSED WEEDS BY GRASS CARP IN WATERLILY PRODUCTION PONDS

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    97. RYAN FJ
      NITROGEN AND CARBON CONCENTRATIONS, SOLUBLE-PROTEINS AND FREE AMINO-ACIDS IN SUBTERRANEAN TURIONS OF HYDRILLA DURING OVERWINTERING

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    98. LANGELAND KA
      BENSULFURON METHYL RESIDUES IN FLORIDA LAKES

      Journal of aquatic plant management
    99. CHEN DX; COUGHENOUR MB; EBERTS D; THULLEN JS
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF CO2 ENRICHMENT AND TEMPERATURE ON THE GROWTH OF DIOECIOUS HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA

      Environmental and experimental botany
    100. SPENCER DF; KSANDER GG; WHITEHAND LC
      ESTIMATING THE ABUNDANCE OF SUBTERRANEAN PROPAGULES OF SUBMERSED AQUATIC PLANTS

      Freshwater Biology


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