Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 33, 1995

January
Cover    
Presidential Address
Zolczynski, S. J.
  1
Growth of dioecious Hydrilla in sediments from six Florida lakes
Sutton, D. L., and K. M. Portier
  3
Coexistence of monoecious and dioecious Hydrilla in Lake Gaston, North Carolina and Virginia
Ryan, F. J., C. R. Coley, and S. H. Kay
  8
Identification, biology and management of Elodea canadensis, Hydrocharitaceae
Bowmer, K. H., S. W. L. Jacobs, and G. R. Sainty
  13
Waterbird abundance and activity on waterhyacinth and egeria in the St Marks River, Florida
Bartodziej, W., and G. Weymouth
  19
A quality control standard for fluridone analysis
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, K. E. Milgram, and R. Querns
  23
Efficacy of wipe-on applications of glyphosate and imazapyr on common reed in aquatic sites
Kay, S. H.
  25
Conversion of C-14 glyphosate to carbon dioxide by alligator weed
Eberbach, P. L. and K. H. Bowmer
  27
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July
Cover    
Laboratory evaluation of threshold fluridone concentrations under static conditions for controlling Hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil
Netherland, M. D., and K. D. Getsinger
  33
Potential control of Hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil under various fluridone half-life scenarios
Netherland, M. D., and K. D. Getsinger
  36
Triclopyr effects on peroxidase activity in target and non-target aquatic plants
Sprecher, S. L., and A. B. Stewart
  43
Effects of triclopyr amine on purple loosestrife and non-target wetland plants in South-Eastern Ontario, Canada
Gabor, T. S., T. Haagsma, H. R. Murkin, and E. Armson
  48
Recolonization of the littoral zone by macrophytes following the removal of benthic barrier material
Eichler, L. W., R. T. Bombard, B. J. W. Sutherland, and C. M. Boylen
  51
Potential geographical distribution of alligator weed and its biological control by Agasicles hygrophila
Julien, M. H., B. Skarratt, and G. F. Maywald
  55
Influence of acetic acid on regrowth of dioecious Hydrilla from root crowns
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
  61
Low temperature limits of waterhyacinth
Owens, C. S., and J. D. Madsen
  63
Nutrient concentrations as predictors of nuisance Hydrodictyon reticulatum populations in New Zealand
Hall, J. A., and N. Cox
  68
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