Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 21, 1983


January
Cover    
Effect of aquatic macrophytes on physico-chemical parameters of agricultural drainage water
Reddy, K. R., P. D. Sacco, and D. A. Graetz
  1
Effects of simazine treatment on channel catfish production and water quality in ponds
Tucker, C. S., R. L. Busch, and S. W. Lloyd
  7
Aquatic plant control and disappearance of terbutryn from treated waters in Ontario, Canada,1974-1977
Mackenzie, D., R. Frank, and G. J. Sirons
  11
Effects of hydout and aquathol K on Hydrilla in Gatun Lake, Panama
Westerdahl, H. E.
  17
Threshold 2,4-D concentrations for control of Eurasian watermilfoil and sago pondweed
Westerdahl, H. E. and J. F. Hall
  22
The potential of Parapoynx stratiotata L. as a biological control agent for Eurasian watermilfoil
Habeck, D. H. 
  26
Potential uses of some aquatic weeds as paper pulp
Joedodibroto, R., L. S. Widyanto, and M. Soerjani
  29
Waterhyacinth as a potential plant in a paper factory
Widyanto, L. S., A. Sopannata, and U. S. Friend
  32
Laboratory trials of fluridone on sago pondweed
Irigoyen, J. H. and R. E. Brevedan
  36
Control of coontail with hydrogen peroxide and copper
Kay, S. H.,  P.C. Quimby, and J. D. Ouzts
  38
Culture density and productivity of Pistia stratiotes
Tucker, C. S.
  40
Replacement of Hydrilla by other aquatic plants in a pond with emphasis on growth of American lotus
Johnston, D. L., D. L. Sutton, and J. V.V. Vandiver
  41
An effective national voice for food and agricultural science
Hutchcroft, T.
  44
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Phenol-storing cells in waterhyacinth leaves
Martyn, R. D., D. A. Samuelson, and T. E. Freeman
  49
Electron microscopy of the penetration and colonization of waterhyacinth by Acremonium zonatum
Martyn, R. D., D. A. Samuelson, and T. E. Freeman
  53
Isolation of phenol cells from waterhyacinth leaves and possible effects on the growth of foliar pathogens
Martyn, R. D. and Y. S. Cody
  58
Leaf spot diseases of waterhyacinth in Sri Lanka
Hettiarachchi, S., S. A. Gunasekera, and I. Balasooriya
  62
Benefit/Risk analysis of silvex cancellation
Gangstad, E. O. 
  65
Impact of integrated aquatic weed management on water quality in a citrus grove
D.E. Canfield
  69
Evaluating stationary blankets and removable screens for macrophyte control in lakes
Engel, S.
  73
The influence of aquatic vegetation upon zooplankton and benthic macroinvertebrates in Orange Lake, Florida
II, C. E. W., J. V. Shireman, and W. T. Haller
  78
Trends in submersed macrophyte communities of the Currituck Sound 1909-1979
Davis, G. J. and M. M. Brinson
  83
Variation of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium contents of Hydrilla in South Florida
Sutton, D. L. and K. H. Portier
  87
Dormancy in seed of dwarf spikerush (Eleocharis coloradoensis (Britt.) Gilly)
Yeo, R. R. and J. R. Thurston
  92
Genetic distance among three forms of Cabomba
Wain, R. P., W. T. Haller, and D. F. Martin
  96
Some leaf surface fungi of waterhyacinth in Sri Lanka
Gunasekera, I. J., I. Balasooriya, and S. A. Gunasekera
  99
Reintroduction of the alligatorweed flea beetle (Agasicles hygrophila Selman and Vogt) into the United States from Argentina
Buckingham, G. R., D. Boucias, and R. F. Theriot
  101
Evaluation of terratrack and aquascreen for control of aquatic macrophytes
Lewis, D. H., I. Wile, and D. S. Painter
  103
Control of spatterdock as influenced by time of glyphosate treatment
W.V. Welker, J., and D. N. Riemer
  104
Phytotoxicity of DP% 5648 to waterhyacinth
Langeland, K. A., W. T. Haller, and D. D. Thayer
  106
Nutrient absorption by Spirodela polyrrhiza
Muhonen, M., J. Showman, and R. Couch
  107
Article Guidelines   110
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