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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 55, 2017

Below are the article titles for JAPM for 2017.

Note that only the abstracts for the articles are available online, except for open access articles which have the full pdf available. Complete articles are available online after two years.

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January
open access
A review of aquatic plant monitoring and assessment methods
John D. Madsen and R. M. Wersal
  1
open access
Efficacy of aquatic herbicides on dwarf rotala (Rotala rotundifolia)
Carl J Della Torre III, Lyn A Gettys, William T Haller, Jason A Ferrell, and Ramon Leon
  13
Folivory and disease occurrence on Ludwigia hexapetala in Guntersville Reservoir, Alabama
Nathan E. Harms, Judy F. Shearer, and Michael J. Grodowitz*
  19
open access
Aquatic plant harvesting: an economical phosphorus removal tool in an urban shallow lake.
William M. Bartodziej, Simba L. Blood, Keith Pilgrim
  26
NOTES    
Do the U.S. dioecious and monoecious biotypes of Hydrilla verticillata hybridize?
Dean A. Williams, Nathan E. Harms, Lynde Dodd, Michael J. Grodowitz, and Gary O. Dick
  35
Mesocosm evaluation of three herbicides on Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) and hybrid watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum x Myriophyllum sibiricum): Developing a predictive assay
Michael D. Netherland and Leif Willey
  39
Flowering rush control on drawn-down sediment: mesocosm and field evaluations
John D. Madsen, Thomas E. Woolf, and Ryan M. Wersal
  42
Biological control of Salvinia molesta: Population dynamics of Cyrtobagous salviniae in Lake B. A. Steinhagen
Abhishek Mukherjee, Allen Knutson, and Kevin Heinz
  46
July

Heritable variation for vegetative growth rate in ten distinct genotypes of hybrid watermilfoil
Lindsey-Ann L. Taylor, James N. McNair, Paula Guastello, Jeff Pashnick, and Ryan A. Thum
  51

Fluridone, penoxsulam, and triclopyr absorption and translocation by Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) and Hydrilla (Hydrillla verticillata)
Joseph D. Vassios, Scott J. Nissen, Tyler J. Koschnick, and Mark A. Hielman
  58

Evaluation of three grass-specific herbicides on torpedograss (Panicum repens) and seven non-target, native aquatic plants
Stephen F. Enloe and Michael D. Netherland*
  65

Uruguay waterprimrose control with herbicides
Stephen F. Enloe and D. K. Lauer*
  71

How long do shoot fragments of hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata) and Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) remain buoyant?
Joshua D. Wood and Michael D. Netherland*
  76
open access
Asexual reproduction and ramet sprouting of crested floatingheart (Nymphoides cristata)
Lyn A. Gettys, Carl J. Della Torre Iii, Kyle M. Thayer, and Ian J. Markovich
  83

Early-season dynamics of alligatorweed biological control by Agasicles hygrophila in Louisiana and Mississippi
Nathan E. Harms and Judy F. Shearer*
  89

Risk assessment for water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) in Texas
Earl W. Chilton II*
  96
NOTES    
open access
Survival and vegetative regrowth of Eurasian and hybrid watermilfoil following operational treatment with auxinic herbicides in Gun Lake, Michigan
Ryan A. Thum, Syndell Parks, James N. Mcnair, Pam Tyning, Paul Hausler, Lindsay Chadderton, Andrew Tucker, and Anna Monfils*
  103
Germination of fresh and stored Texas wild rice seeds, an endangered aquatic macrophyte
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson*
  108
Evaluation of copper on Texas wild rice, creeping primrose-willow and waterstargrass
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and Kenneth G. Ostrand*
  113
Curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) control using copper–ethylenediamine alone and in combination with endothall
Gray Turnage and John D. Madsen*
  116
Evaluating the efficacy of granular copper and triclopyr alone and in combination for control of flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Gray Turnage, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madsen*
  120
open access
Common duckweed (Lemna minor) consumption by blue tilapia (Oreochromis aureus) in feeding trials
W. Cory Heaton and John H. Rodgers, Jr.*
  123
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 54, 2016

Below are the article titles for JAPM for 2016.

Note that only the abstracts for the articles are available online, except for open access articles which have the full pdf available.

APMS members may view the full PDF files of current issues by logging in under the Members Only tab on the home page

January
open access
Monoecious hydrilla – a review of the literature
Sarah True-Meadows, Erika J. Haug, and Robert J. Richardson
1
open access
Monoecious hydrilla tuber dynamics following various management regimes on four North Carolina reservoirs.
Justin J. Nawrocki, Rob J. Richardson, and Steve T. Hoyle
12
open access
Compatibility of an insect, a fungus, and a herbicide for integrated pest management of dioecious hydrilla.
James. P. Cuda, Judy. F. Shearer, Emma N. I. Weeks, Eutychus Kariuki, Jilie Baniszewski, and Mihai Giurcanu
20
open access
Response of seven aquatic plants to a new arylpicolinate herbicide
Robert J. Richardson, Erika Haug, and Michael D. Netherland
26
Evaluation of foliar herbicide and surfactant combinations for control of giant salvinia at three application timings.
Christopher R. Mudge, Alexander J. Perret, and Jonathan R. Winslow
32
open access
The influence of invasive aquatic plant removal on diets of bluegill in Minnesota lakes
Krisan M. Webb, Rachel E. Schultz, and Eric D. Dibble
37
NOTES
open access
Potential utility of environmental DNA for early detection of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum).
Jeremy Newton, Adam Sepulveda, Kevin Sylvester, and Ryan Thum
46
Impact of herbicide retention time on the efficacy of foliar treatments for control of crested floating heart.
Leeann Glomski and Michael D. Netherland
50
July
Stem fragment regrowth of Hydrilla verticillata following desiccation
Julie Baniszewski, James P. Cuda, Salvador A. Gezan, Shweta Sharma, and Emma N. I. Weeks*
53
Management of flowering rush in the Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
John D. Madsen, Bradley Sartain, Gray Turnage, and Michelle Marko*
61
Efficacy of combinations of diquat or triclopyr with fluridone for control of flowering rush
John D. Madsen, Gray Turnage, and Kurt Getsinger*
68
An investigation of the reproductive ecology of crab’s-claw in the Trent River, Ontario, Canada
Nicholas Weissflog and Eric Sager*
72
Predicting drivers of nuisance macrophyte cover in a regulated California stream using boosted regression tree models
Emily P. Zefferman and David J. Harris*
78
Littoral sediment accumulation ten years after muck removal in Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida
Mark V. Hoyer, Michael D. Netherland, and Dean Jones*
87
CASE STUDY
Spatial and temporal variation of aquatic plant abundance: Quantifying change
Ray D. Valley*
95
NOTES
Importance of size and nitrogen content in establishment of Brazilian egeria (Egeria densa) fragments
Toni G. Pennington and Mark D. Sytsma*
102
Use of an inexpensive chlorophyll meter to predict nitrogen levels in leaf tissues of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes)
Michael J. Grodowitz, Nathan E. Harms, and Jan E. Freedman*
106
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 53, 2015

Below are the full articles for JAPM for 2015.

January
Integrating hot water under a benthic barrier for curlyleaf pondweed turion control
Thomas C. Barr, III and Joseph M. DiTomaso
1
Response of water hyacinth and nontarget emergent plants to foliar applications of bispyribac-sodium alone and combination treatments
Christopher Mudge and Michael Netherland
7
Response of Old World climbing fern and native vegetation to repeated ground herbicide treatments
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and Kenneth A. Langeland
14
Chemical eradication methods for aquarium strains of Chaetomorpha
Rachel L. Odom and Linda J. Walters
22
Effect of selected herbicides on growth and lipid content of Nannochloris oculata
Lipin Deng, Scott A. Senseman, Terry J. Gentry, David A. Zuberer, Edinalvo R. Camargo, Taylor L. Weiss, and Timothy P. Devarenne
28
Effects of N and P additions to water column on growth of Vallisneria natans
Xueying Mei and Xiufeng Zhang
36
Effect of water lettuce and filamentous algae on phosphorus loads in farm canals in the Everglades Agricultural Area
Jehangir H. Bhadha, Timothy A. Lang, Susanna M. Gomez, Samira H. Daroub, and Mihai C. Giurcanu
44
Ecology and phenology of flowering rush in the Detroit Lakes chain of lakes, Minnesota
Michelle Marko, John Madsen, R.A. Smith, B. Sartain, and CL Olson
54
Model parameterization for the growth of three submerged aquatic macrophytes
Irineu Bianchini Jr., Marcela B. Cunha-Santino, Jurity A. M. Milan, Carlos J. Rodrigues, and Joao H. P. Dias
64
Grass carp do not consume the nuisance benthic cyanobacterium, Lyngbya wollei
Jo-Marie E. Kasinak, Crystal J. Bisop, Russell A. Wright, and Alan E. Wilson
74
Growth and developmental performance of the milfoil weevil on distinct lineages of Eurasian watermilfoil and a northern x Eurasian hybrid
Kyle Borrowman, Eric PS Sager, and Ryan Thum
81
Performance of the alligatorweed flea beetle, Agasicles hygrophila, on nontarget plant species
Junjiao Lu, Longlong Zhao, Na Li, Dong Jia, Yanqiong Guo, Jianing Wei, Renjun Fan, and Ruiyan Ma
88
Using the West-Indian manatee (Trichechus manatus) as a mechanism for invasive aquatic plant management in Florida
Aarin Conrad Allen and Edward O. Keith
95
Temperature and herbicide impacts on germination of water chestnut seeds
Patricia R. Rector, Peter J. Nitzsche, and Salvatore S. Mangiafico
105
Impact of walking catfish (Clarias batrachus) on growth of water chestnut (Trapa bispinosa) and waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) in waterlogged ecosystem
Somnath Roy Chowdhury, Rajeeb K. Mohanty, P. S. Brahmanand, and Ashwani Kumar
113
Combining hydroacoustic and point-intercept survey methods to assess aquatic plant species abundance patterns and community dominance
Ray D. Valley, Matthew B. Johnson, Donna L. Dustin, K. Dean Jones, Michael R. Lauenstein, Justin Nawrocki
121
NOTES
Endothall (dimethylalkylamine) concentration exposure time evaluation against two populations of Elodea canadensis
Christopher Mudge, Kurt Getsinger and Cody Gray
130
Evaluation of six herbicides for the control of water primrose (Ludwigia pep/aides (Kunth) P.H. Raven spp. glabrescens)
Bradley T. Sartain, R. M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen and J.C. Cheshier
134
Comparative efficacy of chelated copper formulations alone and in combination with diquat against hydrilla and subsequent sensitivity of American lotus
Gary Turnage, J. D. Madsen and R. M. Wersal*
138
Angling effort on an embayment of Lake Guntersville, Alabama, before and after herbicide application.
Michael Maceina, T. R. Hanson, JJ Buckingham, and SM Sammons
141
Concentration–exposure time relationships for controlling fanwort (Cabomba caroliniana) with endothall amine salt and carfentrazone
Trevor D. Hunt, Tony M. Dugdale, Daniel Clements, and Masha Fridman*
144
July
A comparison of two hydroacoustic methods for estimating submerged macrophyte distribution and abundance: A cautionary note
PAUL RADOMSKI AND BETH V. HOLBROOK*
151
Endothall concentration exposure time evaluation against horned pondweed in a hydrodynamic system
CRAIG GYSELINCK AND LAUREN A. COURTER
160
Control of delta arrowhead (Sagittaria platyphylla) in Australian irrigation channels with long exposure to endothall dipotassium salt during winter
DANIEL CLEMENTS, TONY M. DUGDALE, KYM L. BUTLER, AND TREVOR D. HUNT*
165
Efficacy of single and consecutive early-season diquat treatments on curlyleaf pondweed and associated aquatic macrophytes: A case study
GREGORY J. BUGBEE, JORDAN A. GIBBONS, AND MARK JUNE-WELLS*
171
Laboratory and greenhouse response of monoecious hydrilla to fluridone
MICHAEL D. NETHERLAND*
178
Imazamox control of invasive Japanese eelgrass (Zostera japonica): Efficacy and nontarget impacts
Kim D. Patten
185
Effects of a nonnative species of Poaceae on aquatic macrophyte community composition: A comparison with a native species
SARA REGINA DE AMORIM, CRISTIANE AKEMI UMETSU, DOUGLAS TOLEDO, AND ANTONIO FERNANDO MONTEIRO CAMARGO*
191
Endothall, triclopyr and fluridone granular release profiles under static and aerated water conditions
BRETT WELLS BULTEMEIER AND WILLIAM T. HALLER*
197
Effects of silt-laden water on the growth of submerged plants
QIAN-JIN CAO AND LING WANG*
202
Impact of refrigeration on eggs of the hydrilla tip mining midge Cricotopus lebetis (Diptera: Chironomidae): Larval hatch rate and subsequent development
JULIE BANISZEWSKI, EMMA N. I. WEEKS, AND JAMES P. CUDA
209
NOTES
Influence of ramet coverage on sprouting of crested floating-heart ramets and response of quiescent ramets to contact herbicides
LEIF N. WILLEY AND MICHAEL D. NETHERLAND*
216
Effect of water depth and substrate composition on growth of the aquatic weed rotala (Rotala rotundifolia)
LYN A. GETTYS, WARNER OROZCO OBANDO, AND FRANCIS CLIFFORD REED III*
220
Evaluation of six herbicides for control of swamp smartweed [Persicaria hydropiperoides (Michx.) Small] under flooded and moist soil conditions.
JOHN D MADSEN, R M WERSAL, and W ROBLES
224
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 52, 2014

Below are the articles for JAPM for 2014.

January
Response of invasive floating plants and nontarget emergent plants to foliar applications of imazamox and penoxsulam. Christopher R Mudge and M D Netherland 1
Impact of walking catfish (Clarias batrachus) on the growth and production characteristics of water chestnut (Trapa bispinosa) and waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) in a waterlogged ecosystem. Somnath Roy Chowdhury, Rajeeb K. Mohanty, P. S. Brahmanand, and Ashwani Kumar 8
Interactions of herbicides, surfactants, and the giant salvinia weevil (Cyrtobagous salviniae) for control of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta). Christopher R. Mudge, Nathan E. Harms, and Julie G. Nachtrieb 15
NOTES
Mass-rearing Cyrtobagous salviniae for biological control of giant salvinia: field release implications. Julie G. Nachtrieb 22
Evaluations of foliar applied herbicides for alligatorweed (Alternanthera philoxeroides) control. Michael C. Cox, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madsen 27
July
Curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) turion control with acetic acid and benthic barriers. Thomas C. Barr III and Joseph M. Ditomaso 31
Persistance and movement of diquat and the effectiveness of limnobarriers after curlyleaf pondweed treatment in Crystal Lake, Connecticut. Christina S. Robb, Brian D. Eitzer, Jordan A. Gibbons, Mark June-Wells, and Gregory J. Bugbee 39
Evaluation of aquatic herbicide activity against crested floating heart. Leif N. Willey, Michael D. Netherland, William T. Haller, and Kenneth A. Langeland 47
Mesocosm evaluation of triclopyr on Eurasian watermilfoil and three native submersed species: The role of treatment timing and herbicide exposure. Michael D. Netherland and Leeann M. Glomski
57
Comparative responses of target and nontarget species to exposures of a copper based algaecide. West M. Bishop, B. M. Johnson, and J. H. Rodgers, Jr. 65
The effect of herbicide and growth stage on Cuban club-rush (Oxycaryum cubense) control. A. F. Watson and J. D. Madsen 71
Response of giant bulrush, water hyacinth, and water lettuce to foliar herbicide applications. Christopher R. Mudge, and M. D. Netherland 75
NOTES
Response of waterlily, spatterdock, and hardstem bulrush to liquid and granular triclopyr treatments. Leeann M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland 81
Comparison of late-season herbicide treatments for control of emergent flowering rush in mesocosms
Ryan M. Wersal, A. G. Poovey, J. D. Madsen, K. D. Getsinger, and C. R. Mudge
85
The efficacy of protox-inhibiting herbicides alone and in combination with glyphosate to control crested floating heart
Leeann M. Glomski, Leif N. Willey, and Michael D. Netherland
90
Effects of salinity and pH on growth of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta Mitchell) Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, and Gary O. Dick 93
Integrated management of an invasive macrophyte
Patricia D. Echo-Hawk, Florence M. Oxley, Paula S. Williamson, Valentin Cantu and Kenneth Ostrand
97
Investigating snails as potential biological control agents for invasive European frogbit (Hydrocharis morsus-ranae) Bin Zhu 102
Erratum 106
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 51, 2013

Below are the article titles for JAPM for 2013.

January
Do patterns of establishment support invasive status of five aquatic plants in New Zealand? Karsten Dollerup, Tenna Riis, and John S. Clayton 1
Predicting Eurasian Watermilfoil’s (Myriophyllum spicatum) distribution and its likely response to biological control in a spring-fed river, D. F. Spencer, and R. I. Carruthers 7
Identification of Eurasian watermilfoil using hydroacoustics, Jeremy L. Farrell, James P. Harrison, Lawrence W. Eichler, James W. Sutherland, Sandra A. Nierzwicki-Bauer, and Charles W. Boylen 15
Survival of parrotfeather following simulated drawdown events, Ryan M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen, and P. D. Gerard 22
High-density grass carp stocking effects on a reservoir invasive plant and water quality, A. Brad Garner, Thomas J. Kwak, Kenneth L. Manuel, and D. Hugh Barwick 27
Release and evaluation of Cyrtobagous salviniaeon common salvinia in southern Louisiana, Philip W. Tipping, M. R. Martin, W. J. Hulslander Jr, P. T. Madeira, R. M. Pierce, M. D. Smart, and T. D. Center 34
Impact of aquatic herbicide combinations on non-target submersed plants, Christopher Mudge 39
Use of a small-scale primary screening method to predict effects of flumioxazin and carfentrazone-ethyl on native and invasive submersed plants, LeeAnn M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland 45
NOTES
Efficacy of 2,4-D ester on variable-leaf milfoil control for partial lake treatments in New Hampshire waterbodies, Erika J. Haug and M. D. Bellaud 49
Control of submersed flowering rush with contact and systemic aquatic herbicides under experimental conditions, Angela G. Poovey, C. R. Mudge, K. D. Getsinger, and H. Sedivy 53
Effect of subsurface and foliar applications of bispyribac-sodium on water hyacinth, water lettuce, and giant salvinia, LeeAnn M. Glomski and Christopher R. Mudge 62
Manuscript Preparation Guide 66
July
Comparison of use rates and treatment timing with glyphyosate to control Mexican water lily, D. E. Hofstra, P. D. Champion, T. M. Dugdale, M. Fridman, R. Baker, and M. Finlay 69
Interactions of herbicides, surfactants, and the giant salvinia weevil (Cyrtobagous salviniae) for control of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta), Christopher R. Mudge, Nathan E. Harms, and Julie G. Nachtrieb 77
Efficacy of experimental and recently registered herbicides on hygrophila, William T. Haller and Lyn A. Gettys Overwintering habitat requirements of the milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei, in two central Wisconsin lakes, Amy L. Thorstenson, Ronald L. Crunkilton, Michael A. Bozek, and Nancy B. Turyk 84
Overwintering habitat requirements of the milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei, in two central Wisconsin lakes, Amy L. Thorstenson, Ronald L. Crunkilton, Michael A. Bozek, and Nancy B. Turyk
88
Molecular techniques to distinguish morphologically similar Hydrilla verticillata, Egeria densa, Elodea nuttallii, and Elodea canadensis, Nancy B. Rybicki, Julie D. Kirshtein, and Mary A. Voytek 94
The growth and accumulation of osmotic solutes of the halophyte common glasswort (Salicornia europaea) under salinity conditions, Kee Woong Park, Jae Young An, Hee Jae Lee, Daeyoung Son, Young Geol Sohn, Chang-Gi Kim, and Jeung Joo Lee 103
Joint use of insects and fungal pathogens in the management of waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes): Perspectives for Ethiopia, Y. Firehun, P. C. Struik, E. A. Lantinga, and T. Tay 109
Mass-rearing Cyrtobagous salviniaefor biological control of giant salvinia: Field release implications, Julie G. Nachtrieb 122
Effect of ecotype, sediment composition, and fertility level on productivity of eight Florida ecotypes of American eelgrass (Vallisneria americana), Lyn A. Gettys and William T. Haller 127
Control of smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) seedlings with four herbicides, Carrie A. Knott, E. P. Webster, and P. Nabukalu 132
Manuscript Preparation Guide 136
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 50, 2012

Below are the article titles for JAPM for 2012.

January
Multiple introductions of invasive Eurasian watermilfoil and recurrent hybridization with northern watermilfoil in North America, Matthew P. Zuellig and Ryan A. Thum 1
Invasions and Impacts of Alligatorweed in the Upper Xiaoqing River Basin of
Northern China, Liu Dasheng, J. F. Hu, D. P. Horvath, X. J. Zhang, X. Y. Bian, G. L. Chang, X. H. Sun, J. Tian
19
Fungi occurring on waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes [Martius] Solms-Laubach) in Niger River in Mali and their evaluation as mycoherbicides, Karim Dagno, Rachid Lahlali, Mamourou Diourte, and M. Ha’issam Jijakli 25
Influence of biological control damage on efficacy of penoxsulam and two other aquatic herbicides on waterhyacinth, Patrick J. Moran 32
Integrating chemical and cultural practices to control para grass ( Urochloa mutica), Sushila Chaudhari, B. A. Sellers, S. V. Rockwood, J. A. Ferrell, G. E. MacDonald, and K. E. Kenworthy 39
NOTES
Combinations of diquat and carfentrazone-ethyl for control of floatihg aquatic plants, Ryan M. Wersal and J.D. Madsen 46
Evaluations of contact aquatic herbicides for controlling two populations of
submersed flowering rush, Angela G. Poovey, C. R. Mudge, R. A. Thum, C. James, and K. D. Getsinger
48
Does hydrilla grow an inch per day? Measuring short-term changes in shoot length to describe invasive potential, LeeAnn M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland 54
Tuber and turion dynamics in monoecious and dioecious hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata), Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, and Gary 0. Dick 58
Natural enemies of floating marshpennywort (Hydrocotyle ranunculoides L.f) in the southern United States, Nathan E. Harms, Judy F. Shearer and Michael J. Grodowitz 63
Determination of common reed (Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steudel) varieties in Florida, Dean A. Williams, M. Hanson, R. Diaz, and W. A. Overholt 69
Manuscript Preparation Guide 75
July
Impact of feeding by Neochetina weevils on pathogenicity of fungi associated with waterhyacinth in South Africa.
Puja Ray and Martin P. Hill
79
Phytoparasitic nematodes associated with the rhizosphere of the aquatic weed Hygrophila polysperma.
Abhishek Mukherjee, Matiyar R. Khan, William T. Crow, and James P. Cuda
84
Spatial and temporal variation in duckweed and filamentous algal levels in contiguous floodplain lakes of the Upper Mississippi River.
Brian R. Gray, Andrew M. Ray, James T. Rogala, Mark D. Holland, and Jeffrey N. Houser
91
Assessment of benthic barrier products for submerged aquatic weed control.
Deborah E. Hofstra and John S. Clayton
101
Mechanical and chemical control of the invasive cordgrass Spartina densiflora and native plant community responses in an estuarine salt marsh.
Enrique Mateos-Naranjo, Jesús Cambrollé, Juan García De Lomas, Raquel Parra, and Susana Redondo-Gómez
106
Response of target and nontarget floating and emergent aquatic plants to flumioxazin.
Christopher R. Mudge and William T. Haller
111
Efficacy of subsurface and foliar penoxsulam and fluridone applications on giant salvinia.
Christopher R. Mudge, M. A. Heilman, H. J. Theel, and K. D. Getsinger
116
Effects of aerially-applied imazamox on southern cattail and non-target emergent vegetation in a eutrophic sawgrass marsh.
LeRoy Rodgers and David Black
125
Growth regulating hydrilla and subsequent effects on habitat complexity.
Heather J. Theel, Linda S. Nelson, and Christopher R. Mudge
129
Evaluating fluridone sensitivity of multiple hybrid and Eurasian watermilfoil accessions under mesocosm conditions.
Sarah T. Berger, Michael D. Netherland, and Gregory E. Macdonald
135
Field and laboratory documentation of reduced fluridone sensitivity of a hybrid watermilfoil biotype (Myriophyllum spicatum × Myriophyllum sibiricum).
Ryan A. Thum, Mark A. Heilman, Paul J. Hausler, Lisa E. Hubert y, Pamela Tyning, Dustin J. Wcisel, Matthew P. Zuellig, Sarah T. Berger, Michael D. Netherland
141
Simulated overland transport of Eurasian watermilfoil: survival of desiccated plant fragments.
Lindsey A. McAlarnen, Matthew A. Barnes, Christopher L. Jerde, and David M. Lodge
147
Charophyte germination responses to herbicide application.
Chrystal L. Kelly, Deborah E. Hofstra, Mary D. De Winton and David P. Hamilton
150
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 49, 2011

January
Cover    
A comparison of two methods for sampling biomass of aquatic plants, James A. Johnson and R. M. Newman   1
Protocol considerations for aquatic plant seed bank assessment, Dwilette G. Mcfarland and D. J. Shafer   9
Distribution, interspecific associations and abundance of aquatic plants in Lake Bisina, Uganda, Brian Gidudu, R. S. Copeland, F. Wanda, H. Ochaya, J. P. Cuda, and W. A. Overholt   19
Effects of lime addition on the growth of fanwort in softwater systems, William F. James   28
Impact of invertebrates on three aquatic macrophytes: American pondweed, Illinois pondweed, and Mexican water lily, Julie G. Nachtrieb, M. J. Grodowitz, and R. M. Smart   32
Impact of two herbivores, Samea multiplicalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) and Cyrtobagous salviniae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), on Salvinia minima in south Louisiana, S. Tewari and S. J. Johnson   36
Imazamox absorption, desorption, and metabolism by Eurasian watermilfoil, Joseph D. Vassios, S. J. Nissen, and G. R. Brunk   44
NOTES:    
The susceptibility of duckweed (Lemna minorL.) to fluridone and penoxsulam, Joshua C. Cheshier, R. M. Wersal, and J. D. Madsen   50
Manuscript preparation guide   53
July
Fragment viability and rootlet formation in Eurasian watermilfoil after desiccation
Celia Ann Eevans, D. L. Keltin, K. M. Forrest, and L. E. Steblen
  57
NaCl-induced responses in giant duckweed ( Spirodela polyrhiza )
Tai-Sheng Cheng
  62
A study of Eurasian watermilfoil, macroinvertebrates and fish in a Washington lake
Jenifer K. Parsons, Grace E. Marx, and Marc Divens
  71
Effect of an herbivorous stem-mining midge on the growth of hydrilla
J. P. Cuda, B. R. Coon, Y. M. Dao, and T. D. Center
  83
Herbicide efficacy assessment on waterhyacinth and aquatic plant community monitoring in Lake Columbus, Mississippi
Wilfredo Robles, J. D. Madsen, and R. M. Wersal
  89
Evaluation of hyperspectral reflectance data for discriminating six aquatic weeds
James H. Everitt, Chengai Yang, Kenneth R. Summy, Leeann M. Glomski, and Chetta S. Owens
  94
Comparative susceptibility of fluridone resistant and susceptible hydrilla to four ALS inhibiting herbicides under laboratory and greenhouse conditions
MMichael D. Netherland
  100
Influence of application timing on the impact of glyphosate on giant reed ( Arundo donax L . )
D. F. Spenser, G. G. Ksander, W. Tan, P.S. Liow and L. C. Whitehand
  106
Giant reed ( Arundo donax L . ) response to glyphosate and Imazapyr
Carl E. Bell
  111
Overwintering biology of Hydrellia pakistanae , a biological control agent of hydrilla
and and Michael J. Grodowitz
  114
Screening of biological control pathogens isolated from Eurasian watermilfoil
Judy F. Shearer, Brian D. Durham, and Nathan Harms
  118
Vegetative propagation in the emergent macrophyte American water willow ( Justicia americana L. Vahl)
Brany Touchette, Mariana Poole, Mica Mccullough, Emily Adams, and Carl Niedziela
  122
Floristic account of submersed aquatic angiosperms of Dera Ismail Khan District, northwestern Pakistan
Sarfaraz Khan Marwat, Mir Ajab Khan, Mushtaq Ahmad and Muhammad Zafar
  125
 
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Cost and Effectiveness of Hand Harvesting to Control the Eurasian Watermilfoil Population in Upper Saranac Lake, New York
Daniel L. Kelting and C. L. Laxson
  1
Assessment of Herbicide Efficacy on Eurasian Watermilfoil and Impacts to the Native Submersed Plant Community in Hayden Lake, Idaho, USA
Ryan M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen, T. E. Woolf and N. Eckberg
  5
Response of Eurasian and Hybrid Watermilfoil to Low Use Rates and Extended Exposures of 2,4-D and Triclopyr
LeeAnn M. Glomski and M. D. Netherland
  12
Comparative Response of Monoecious and Dioecious Hydrilla to Endothall
Angela G. Poovey and K. D. Getsinger
  15
Combinations of Penoxsulam and Diquat as Foliar Applications for Control of Waterhyacinth and Common Salvinia: Evidence of Herbicide Antagonism
Ryan M. Wersal and J. D. Madsen
  21
Evaluating the Influence of pH-Dependent Hydrolysis on the Efficacy of Flumioxazin for Hydrilla Control
Christopher R. Mudge, W. T. Haller, M.D. Netherland, and J.K. Kowalsky
  25
Effect of pH on Submersed Aquatic Plant Response to Flumioxazin
Christopher R. Mudge, W. T. Haller
  30
Comparative Aquatic Dissipation Rates Following Applications of Renovate OTF Granular Herbicide and Rhodamine WT Liquid
Tyler J. Koschnick, D. G. Petty, B. Johnson, C. Hulon and B. Hastie
  34
Evaluation of Aerial Herbicide Application for Reduction of Woody Vegetation
in a Floodplain Marsh

Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and K. A. Langeland
  40
Using Aerial Photography and Image Analysis to Measure Changes in Giant Reed Populations
J. H. Everitt and C. Yang
  47
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Planting Strategies to Reestablish Aquatic Grasses
Craig T. Mallison and B. Z. Thompson
  52
Comparison of Daytime and Night-time Applications of Diquat and Carfentrazone-ethyl for Control of Parrotfeather and Eurasian Watermilfoil
Ryan M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen, J. H. Massey, W. Robles and J. C. Cheshier
  56
Manuscript Preparation Guide   59
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Rapid Screening of Multiple Compounds for Control of the Invasive Diatom Didymosphenia geminata
Phillip G. Jellyman, S.J. Clearwater, J. S. Clayton, C. Kilroy, C. W. Hickey, N. Blair and B. J. F. Biggs

  63
Comparing Native and Exotic Litter Decomposition and Nutrient Dynamics,
Melissa R. Martin, P. W. Tipping and K. R. Reddy
  72
Herbicide Trials for the Control of Alligatorweed,
Deborah E. Hofstra and P. D. Champion
  79
Alligatorweed Produces Viable Stem Fragments in Response to Herbicide Treatment,
Tony M. Dugdale, D. Clements, T. D. Hunt and K. L. Butler   
  84
Low temperature reproduction of Cyrtobagous salviniae: Good News for Biological Control of Salvinia in a Temperate Climate,
Paul R. Sullivan and L. A. Postle  
  92
Estimating Lake-wide Watermilfoil Weevil (Euhrychiopsis lecontel) Density:  The Roles of Quadrat Size, Sample Size, and Effort,
Thomas G. Alwin, M. G. Fox and K. Spence Cheruvelil   
  96
Performance of Two Established Biological Control Agents on Hydrilla Genotypes Susceptible and Resistant to Fluridone Herbicide
Tobias A. Schmid, J. P. Cuda, G. E. MacDonald and J. L. Gillmore
  102
Greenhouse Response of Six Aquatic Invasive Weeds to Imazamox,
Sherrie E. Emerine, R. J. Richardson, S. L. True, A. M. West and R. L. Roten  
  105
Planting Strategies to Establish Giant Bulrush
Craig T. Mallison and B. Z. Thompson  
  111
Efficiency of Polygonum hydropiperoides for Phytoremediation of Fish Pond Effluents Enriched with N and P,
Ana Paula Lang Martins, C. B. Reissmann, M. R. T. Boeger, E. B. De Oliveira,
and N. Favaretto     
  116
NOTES:    
Efficacy of Selected Aquatic Herbicides on Common Reed,
Sarah L. True, R.J. Richardson, P. L. Hipkins and A. P. Gardner    
  121
Proposal for the biological control of Egeria densa in small reservoirs:  a Spanish case study,
M. D. Curt, G. Curt, P. L. Aguado and J. Fernandez
  124

Aquatic Plant Succession Following Tussock Control on Orange Lake, Florida,
Craig T. Mallison, B. Z. Thompson, B.V. Jaggers 

  127
Impact of Invasive Alligatorweed on Species Diversity and Composition of Native Insect in Wetland Vegetation:  A Field Study,
X.Y. Pan, H. Zhang, H.Q. Dong, and B. Li
  130
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Ecological Impact of Grass Carp: A Review of the Available Data,
Eric D. Dibble and K. Kovalenko
  1
A Triploid Grass Carp Risk Analysis Specific to Florida,
Paul W. Zajicek, T. Weier, S. Hardin, J. R. Cassani and V. Mudra
  15
Distribution and Abundance of the Milfoil Weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei , in Lake Minnetonka and Relation to Milfoil Harvesting,
 
  21
Alteration of Sediment Porewater Associated with a Eurasian Watermilfoil Invasion,
Mark W. Swinton and C.W. Boylan
  26
Effect of Fluridone on Macrophytes and Fish in a Coastal Washington Lake,
Jenifer K. Parsons, A. Couto, K. S. Hamel and G. E. Marx
  31
Evaluation of a Late Summer Imazapyr Treatment for Managing Giant Reed
(Arundo donax)
,
David F. Spencer, W. Tan, P. S. Liow, G. G. Ksander and L. C. Whitehand
  40
Integrating Acoustic Mapping into Operational Aquatic Plant Management: a case study in Wisconsin,
Bruce M. Sabol, J. Kannenberg and J. G. Skogerboe
  44
Fish Kills in Florida’s Canals, Creeks/Rivers, and Ponds/Lakes,
M. V. Hoyer, D. L. Watson, D. J. Willis and D. E. Canfield Jr
  53
Notes:    
Effect of pH on Germination of the Endemic Heather, Erica andevalensis,
Inmaculada Vecino-Bueno
,
S. Redondo-Gomez and M. Enrique Figueroa
  57
Combinations of Diquat and a Methylated Seed Oil Surfactant for Control of Common Duckweed and Watermeal,
Ryan M. Wersal and J. D. Madsen
  59
Residue Profile and Efficacy Comparisons between Two Liquid Formulations
of Fluridone
,
Brett W. Bultemeier, A. Puri, W. T. Haller and V. V. Vandiver, Jr
  63
The Influence of Macrophyte Cutting on the Hydraulic Resistance of
Lowland Rivers
,
Kris D. Bal and P. Meire
  65
Manuscript Preparation Guide   69
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Insect Herbivores of Aquatic and Wetland Plants in the United States:  a Checklist from Literature,
Nathan E. Harms and M.J. Grodowitz
  73
Effect of Root Fragment Length and Planting Depth on Clonal Establishment of Alligatorweed,
Y. Pan, Y.P. Geng, B. Li, and J,K. Chen
  96
Physiological and cellular ultrastructure responses for three grass species under submergence,
Hanping Xia, Kingfeng Zhang, Zhi An Li, Xuiqin Lu, and Shenglei Fu.
  100
Effect of Spray Tips and Mix Deposition on Common Water Hyacinth Growing with Varied Population Arrangements of Salvinia and Water Lettuce
Sidnei Roberto De Marchi, D. Martins, N.V. Da Costa, and V.D. Domingues
  110
Seasonal and Vertical Changes in the Surface Area/Biomass Ration of Potamogeton lucens L. in a Clear and a Turbid Shallow Lake,
Tonu Feldmann and P. Noges
  116
Can Hot Water be Used to Kill Eurasian Watermilfoil?
David L. Blumer, R.M. Newman, and F.K. Gleason
  122
Molecular Characterization of Eurasian Watermilfoil, Northern Milfoil, and the Invasive Interspecific Hybrid in Michigan Lakes,
Ann P. Sturtevant, N. Hatley, G.D. Pullman, R. Sheick, D. Shorez, A. Bordine, R. Mausolf, A. Lewis, R. Sutter, and A. Mortimer
  128
A Comparison of Internal and External Supply of Nutrients to Algal Mats in Two First Magnitude Springs in Florida
James O. Sickman, A. Albertin, M.W. Anderson, A. Pinowska, and R.J. Stevenson
  135
Notes:    
Effect of a Combination of Two Rice Herbicides on the Cyanobacterium Nostoc spongiaeforme,
David F. Spencer, P.S. Liow, and C.A. Lembi
  145
Potential for Selective Activity of the ALS Inhibitors Penoxsulam, Bispyribac-Sodium, and Imazamox on Algae Responsible for Harmful Blooms,
Michael D. Netherland, C.A. Lembi, and L.M. Glomski
  147
Clonal Expansion of Cattail (Typha domingensis) in Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas:  Implications for Alternative Management Strategies,
Louis A. Troth and J.P. Galloway
  151
Efficacy of 10 Broadcast Foliar-Applied Herbicide Treatments on Emergent Hygrophila (Hygrophila polysperma),
Brandon J. Fast, C.J. Gray, J.A. Ferrell, and G.E. MacDonald
  155
Evaluation of Mechanical Cutting to Control Littoral Purple Loosestrife Stands,
Keith R. Edwards and L. Comas
  158
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Introduction: Workshop on submersed aquatic plant research priorities
Mark D. Sytsma
1
The role of plant systematics in invasive aquatic plant management
Michael L. Moody, D. H. Les, and J. M. DiTomaso
7

Recent advances in biological control of submersed aquatic weeds
J. P. Cuda, R. Charudattan, M. J. Grodowitz, R. M. Newman, J. F. Shearer, M. L. Tamayo and B. Vilegas

15
Improvements in the use of aquatic herbicides and establishment of future research directions
Kurt. D. Getsinger, M. D. Netherland, C. E. Grue, and T. J. Koschnick
32
Cold tolerance of the axillary turions of two biotypes of hydrilla and northern watermilfoil
Kristine C. Maki and S. M. Galatowitsch
42
The management and ecology of the wetland grass, maidencane
Guerry O. Holm, Jr., and C. E. Sasser
51
Genetic diversity in smooth cordgrass from brown marsh areas of Louisiana
Prasanta K. Subudhi, N. P. Parami, M. D. Materne, and S. A. Harrison
60
Effect of metsulfuron methyl and 2,4-D on denseflower knotweed
Craig T. Mallison, B. Z. Thompson, B. Pouder, and R. S. Hestand III
68
Response of selected nontarget native Florida wetland plant species to metsulfuron methyl
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and K. A. Langeland
72
Comparison of QuickBird and SPOT 5 satellite imagery for mapping giant reed
James H. Everitt, C. Yang, R. Fletcher, and C. J. Deloach
77
Experimental biomass assessment of three species of freshwater aquatic plants by horizontal acoustics
Eva Hohausova, J. Kubecka, J. Frouzova, S. Husak, and H. Balk
82
Comparative growth of giant reed (Arundo donax L.) from Florida, Texas, and California
D. F. Spencer, R. K. Stocker, P. S. Liow, L. C. Whitehand, G. G. Ksander, A. M. Fox, J. H. Everitt, and L. D. Quinn
89
Water regimen and depth affect hygrophila growth and establishment
Brandon J. Fast, C. J. Gray, J. A. Ferrell, G. E. MacDonald, and F. M. Fishel
97
Aquatic plant species distributions and associations in Arizona’s reservoirs
James E. Fulmer and A. T. Robinson
100
Characteristics of sediments associated with submersed plant communities in the lower Mobile River Delta, Alabama
Chad H. Newbolt, G. R. Hepp, and C. W. Wood
107
Resistance of vallisneria to invasion from hydrilla fragments
Chetta S. Owens, R. M. Smart, and G. O. Dick
113
Effects of water level fluctuation on Vallisneria americana Michx growth
Chetta S. Owens, R. M. Smart, and G. O. Dick
117
Effect of water temperature on 2,4-D ester and carfentrazone-ethyl applications for control of variable-leaf milfoil
LeeAnn M. Glomski, and M. D. Netherland
119
Shoot demographics for melaleuca and impacts of simulated herbivory on vegetative development
Cressida S. Silvers, P. D. Pratt, M. B. Rayamajhi, and T. D. Center
121
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Factors Influencing Reproduction in American Wild Celery: A Synthesis
Dwilette G. McFarland and D. J. Shafer
129
Biological Control of Eurasian watermilfoil by Euhrychiopsis lecontei: Assessing Efficacy and Timing of Sampling
Justin L. Reeves, P. D. Lorch, M. W. Kershner and M. A. Hilovsky
144
Sensitivity of Wild Rice (Zizania palustris L.) to the Aquatic Herbicide Triclopyr
John D. Madsen, R. M. Wersal, K. D. Getsinger and L. S. Nelson
150
Response of Selected Aquatic Invasive Weeds to Flumioxazin and
Carfentrazone-ethyl

Robert J. Richardson, R. L. Roten, A. M. West, S. L. True and A. P. Gardner
154
Comparison of Four Techniques to Control Elephant Ear
Eric Owen Atkins and P. S. Williamson
158
Comparison of Three Physical Management Techniques For Controlling Variable-leaf Milfoil in Maine Lakes
Jacolyn E. Bailey and J. K. Calhoun
163
Shade as a Management Tool for the Invasive Submerged Macrophyte, Cabomba caroliniana
Shon S. Schooler
168
Influence of Different Sodium Chloride Concentrations on Selected Physiological Responses of Salvinia
Safaa AI-Hamdani
172
Responses of Lepomis macrochirus, Pimephales promelas, Hyalella azteca,
Ceriodaphnia dubia, and Daphnia magna to Exposures of Algimycin® PWF and Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate

Brenda M. Johnson, M. M. Chao, O. R. Tedrow, A. D. McQueen and J. H. Rodgers, Jr
176
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Suction Dredge Removal of an Invasive Macrophyte From a Spring-fed River in
Central Texas, USA

Mara L. Alexander, R. D. Doyle, P. Power
184
Predicting Invasion of European Frogbit in the Finger Lakes of New York
Bin Zhu, M. E. Eppers and L. G. Rudstam
186
Control of West Indian Marsh Grass with Glyphosate and Imazapyr
Brent A. Sellers, R. Diaz, W. A. Overholt, K. A. Langeland and C. J. Gray
189
Efficacy of Fluridone, Penoxsulam, and Bispyribac-sodium on Variable-leaf Milfoil
LeeAnn M. Glomski and M. D. Netherland
193
Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle in Guadeloupe, French West Indies
Franck A. Maddi, F. Meurgey, and C. Delacruz
196
Impact of Insect Herbivory on the Establishment of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle Fragments
Chetta S. Owens, M.J. Grodowitz, and R.M. Smart
199
Is Classical Biocontrol Using Fungi a Viable Option for Submersed Aquatic Plant Management?
Judy F. Shearer
202

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