Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 29, 1991


January
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Managing Aquatic Plants in the 1990s – Presidential Address
Sutton, D. L.
1
Non-genetic origin of isoenzymic variability in
subterranean turions of monoecious and dioecious Hydrilla

Ryan, F. J., J. S. Thullen, and D. L. Holmberg
3
Influence of spikerush plants on growth and nutrient content of Hydrilla
Sutton, D. L., and K. M. Portier
6
Comparisons of potential allelopathy of 7 freshwater species of
spikerushes (Eleocharis)

Wooten, J. W., and S. D. Elakovich
12
A computer simulation model of waterhyacinth and
weevil interactions

Akbay, K. S., F. G. Howell, and J. W. Wooten
15
Using optimization and simulation techniques to estimate initial weevil populations
Akbay, K. S.
21
Enhanced biological control of waterhyacinth following limited herbicide
application

Haag, K. H., and D. H. Habeck
24
In vitro propagation and bioassay systems for evaluating growth
regulator effects on Myriophyllum species

Kane, M. E., and E. F. Gilman
29
Wastewater grown waterhyacinth as an
ingredient in rabbit food

Moreland, A. F., B. R. Collins, C. A. Hansen, and R. Obrien
32
Culture and growth of pickerelweed from seedlings
Sutton, D. L.
39
Efficacy of early-season fluridone treatment for management of watermeal,
Wolffia columbiana Karst

Kay, S. H.
42
Physical description of water hyacinth mats to improve
harvester design

Petrell, R. J., L. O. Bagnall, and G. H. Smerage
45
Effect of heavy metals on short-term photosynthetic rates in
Potamogeton amplifolius

Porter, M. R., and D. A. Francko
51
Introduction of Neohydronomus affinis for biological control of
Pistia stratiotes in Zimbabwe

Chikwenhere, G. P., and I. W. Forno
53
Effects of herbicides and microbial insecticides on the insects of
aquatic plants

Haag, K. H., and G. R. Buckingham
55
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July
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Endothall concentration and exposure time
relationships for the control of Eurasian watermilfoil and hydrilla

Netherland, M. D., W. R. Green, and K. D. Getsinger
61
Effects of fluridone and terbutryn on phytoplankton and
water quality in isolated columns of water

Struve, M. R., J. H. Scott, and D. R. Bayne
67
Microbial degradation of fluridone
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, S. L. Albrecht, and W. T. Haller
77
Plant preferences of triploid grass carp
Pine, R. T., and L. W. J. Anderson
80
Grass carp movement in 2 morphologically diverse reservoirs
Cassani, J. R., and D. Maloney
83
The effect of cyanophages on the growth and survival of
Lyngbya wollei, Anabaena flos-aquae, and Anabaena circinalis

Monegue, R. L., and E. J. Philips
88
The decline of native vegetation under dense Eurasian watermilfoil canopies
Madsen, J. D., J. W. Sutherland, J. A. Bloomfield, L. W. Eichler, and C. W. Boylen
94
Ecophenic variations in wiregrass (Spartina patens)
Pezeshki, S. R., and R. D. Delaune
99
Regenerative capacity of Myriophyllum aquaticum tissues
cultured in vitro

Kane, M. E., E. F. Gilman, and M. A. Jenks
102
Effects of waterhyacinth on water transportation in Nigeria
Alimi, T., and O. A. Akinyemiju
109
Submersed plants and algae as factors in the loss of rhodamine WT dye
Turner, E. G., M. D. Netherland, and K. D. Getsinger
113
Potential formation of n-methylformamide (NMF) from fluridone in New England
Smith, D. W., L. D. Lyman, and R. L. Leblanc
115
Effects of underwater clipping of purple loosestrife in a southern Ontario wetland
Haworthbrockman, M. J., H. R. Murkin, R. T. Clay, and E. Armson
117
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