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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 37, 1999

January
Cover    
Presidential Address:  The Aquatic Plant Management Society and our future sphere of influence
A.M. Fox
  1
Changes in submersed macrophytes in relation to tidal storm surges
Mataraza, L.K., J.B. Terrell, A.B. Munson, and D.E. Canfield, Jr.
  3
Influence of foliar exposure, adjuvants, and rain-free period on the efficacy of glyphosate for torpedograss control
Smith, B. E., K.A. Langeland, and C.G. Hanlon
  13
High-temperature effects on growth and propagule formation in hydrilla biotypes
McFarland, D.G., and J.W. Barko
  17
Vegetative spread of dioecious hydrilla colonies in experimental ponds
Madsen, J.D., and D.H. Smith
  25
Evaluation of SP1001 (pelargonic acid) in combination with glyphosate on cattail and alligatorweed
Kay, S.H.
  29
Invasion of egeria into the Hawkesbury-Nepean River, Australia
Roberts, D.E., A.G. Church, and S.P. Cummins
  31
Vertebrates removed by mechanical weed harvesting in Lake Keesus, Wisconsin
Booms, T.L.
  34
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Distribution and density of vegetative hydrilla propagules in the sediments of two New Zealand lakes
Hofstra, D.E., J.S. Clayton, P.D. Champion and J.D. Green
 > 41
Compatibility of glyphosate with Galerucella calmariensis; A biological control agent for purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)
Lindgren, C.J., T.S. Gabor and H.R. Murkin
  44
The rise and fall of water net (Hydrodictyon reticulatum) in New Zealand
Rohan, D.S., J.A. Hall, J.S. Clayton, P.D. Champion, G.W. Payne and D.E. Hofstra
  49
Laboratory evaluation of mefluidide effects on elongation of hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil
Liu, X and C.A. Lembi
  55
Implications for herbivory of seasonal changes in chemical composition of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) and water temperature at two sites in northern California
Spencer, D.F. and G.G. Ksander
  61
Influence of dilute acetic acid treatments on survival of monoecious hydrilla tubers in the Oregon House Canal, California
Spencer, D.F. and G.G. Ksander
67
Using remote sensing and spatial information technologies to detect and map two aquatic macrophytes
Everitt, J.H., C. Yang, D.E. Escobar, C.F. Webster, R.I. Lonard, and M.R. Davis
  71
Effect of cattail (Typha domingensis) extracts, leachates, and selected phenolic compounds on rates of oxygen production by salvinia (Salvinia minima)
Gallardo, M.T., J.R. Ascher, M.J. Collier, B.B. Martin and D.F. Martin
  80
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 36, 1998

January
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Letter from the editor
Madsen, J. D.
  1
Presidential address – Aquatic plant management: A sense of history
Getsinger, K. D.
  2
Interaction of common carp with aquatic weeds in Argentine drainage channels
Sidorkewicj, N. S., A. C. L. Cazorla, K. J. Murphy, M. R. Sabbatini, O. A. Fernandez, and J. C. J. Domaniewski
  5
Physico-chemical factors influencing the control of torpedograss with glyphosate
Willard, T. R., D. G. Shilling, W. T. Haller, and K. A. Langeland
  11
A biogeographic perspective on Eurasian watermilfoil declines: Additional evidence for the role of herbivorous weevils in promoting declines?
Creed, R. P.
  16
An overview of the aquatic plant control research program
Gunkel, R. C., and J. W. Barko
  23
Overview of the ecological assessment technology area
Madsen, J. D.
  25
Predicting invasion success of Eurasian watermilfoil
Madsen, J. D.
  28
The aquatic macrophyte seed bank in Lake Onalaska, Wisconsin
McFarland, D. G., and S. J. Rogers
  33
Phenological studies of carbohydrate allocation in Hydrilla
Owens, C. S., and J. D. Madsen
  40
Techniques for establishing native aquatic plants
Smart, R. M., G. O. Dick, and R. D. Doyle
  44
Overview and future direction of biological control technology
Cofrancesco, A. F.
  49
Biological control of Hydrilla using an endemic fungal pathogen
Shearer, J. F.
  54
An active approach to the use of insect biological control for the management of non-native aquatic plants
Grodowitz, M. J.
  57
Chemical control research in the Corps of Engineers
Getsinger, K. D.
  61
Selective effects of aquatic herbicides on sago pondweed
Sprecher, S. L., K. D. Getsinger, and A. B. Stewart
  64
Low-dose metering of endothall for aquatic plant control in flowing water
Sisneros, D., M. Lichtwardt, and T. Greene
  69
Mesocosm evaluation of integrated fluridone fungal pathogen treatment on four submersed plants
Nelson, L. S., J. F. Shearer, and M. D. Netherland
  73
Computer tools developed for aquatic plant management
Madsen, J. D., M. J. Grodowitz, R. M. Stewart, S. Whitaker, and L. Jeffers
  78
Response of littoral fishes in upper Lake Marion, South Carolina following Hydrilla control by triploid grass carp
Killgore, K. J., J. P. Kirk, and J. W. Foltz
  82
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An evaluation of close-cut mechanical harvesting of Eurasian watermilfoil
Unmuth, J. M. L., D. J. Sloey, and R. A. Lillie
  93
Analysis of the recreational fishery and angler attitudes toward Hydrilla in Lake Seminole, a southeastern reservoir
Slipke, J. W., M. J. Maceina, and J. M. Grizzle
  101
Random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis of water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) in Florida
Van, T. K., and P. T. Madeira
  107
Phytoene and carotene response of aquatic plants to fluridone under laboratory conditions
Sprecher, S. L., M. D. Netherland, and A. B. Stewart
  111
Competitive interactions between Eurasian watermilfoil and northern watermilfoil in experimental tanks
Valley, R. D., and R. M. Newman
  121
The potential of a summer drawdown to manage monoecious Hydrilla
Poovey, A. G., and S. H. Kay
  127
Using videotaped transects to estimate submersed plant abundance in Fall River, California
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
  130
Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in dioecious Hydrilla
Madsen, J. D., and C. S. Owens
  138
Survey and evaluation of Mexican native fungi for potential biocontrol of waterhyacinth
Jimenez, M. M., and R. Charudattan
  145
Evaluation of four herbicides for management of American frogbit (Limnobium spongia)
Madsen, J. D., C. S. Owens, and K. D. Getsinger
  148
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 35, 1997


January
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Turion ecology of Hydrilla
Netherland, M. D.
  1
Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae) in Connecticut
Les, D. H., L. J. Mehrhoff, M. A. Cleland, and J. D. Gabel
  10
Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in a southern population of Eurasian watermilfoil
Madsen, J. D.
  15
Use of native macrophytes as indicators of suitable Eurasian watermilfoil habitat in Wisconsin lakes
Nichols, S. A., and L. A. J. Buchan
  21
Dilute acetic acid exposure enhances electrolyte leakage by Hydrilla verticillata and Potamogeton pectinatus tubers
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
  25
Interactive effects of aluminum and humic substances on Salvinia
Gardner, J. L., and S. H. Al Hamdani
  30
The effect of drying period on the germination of Eurasian watermilfoil seeds
Standifer, N. E., and J. D. Madsen
  35
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July
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Mesocosm evaluation of the species-selective potential of fluridone
Netherland, M. D., K. D. Getsinger, and J. D. Skogerboe
  41
Response of hydrilla and American pondweed to flurprimidol
Nelson, L. S.
  50
Control of Melaleuca seedlings and trees by herbicides
Stocker, R. K., and D. R. Sanders
  55
Short-day exposure period for subterranean turion formation in dioecious Hydrilla
Thakore, J. N., W. T. Haller, and D. G. Shilling
  60
Vegetative spread of Eurasian watermilfoil colonies
Madsen, J. D., and D. H. Smith
  63
Effects of benthic barriers on aquatic habitat conditions and macroinvertebrate communities
Ussery, T. A., H. L. Eakin, B. S. Payne, A. C. Miller, and J. W. Barko
  69
Largemouth bass diets in two aquatic plant communities
Dibble, E. D., and S. L. Harrel
  74
Preferences of grass carp for macrophytes in Iberian drainage channels
Catarino, L. F., M. T. Ferreira, and I. S. Moreira
  79
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 34, 1996

January
Cover    
Presidential Address
Dekozlowski, S. J.
  1
Integrated use of fluridone and a fungal pathogen for control of Hydrilla
Netherland, M. D., and J. F. Shearer
  4
Response of Callitriche and Potamogeton to cutting, dredging and shade in English drainage channels
Sabbatini, M. R., and K. J. Murphy
  8
Propagation and mechanical control of Potamogeton illinoensis Morong in irrigation canals in Argentina
Armellina, A. D., C. R. Bezic, and O. A. Gajardo
  12
Iron dependence of Lyngbya majuscula
Gross, E. D., and D. F. Martin
  17
Growth of Texas wildrice (Zizania texana) in three sediments from the San Marcos River
Power, P.
  21
Largemouth bass abundance and aquatic vegetation in Florida Lakes – an empirical analysis
Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield
  23
Relations between submersed macrophyte abundance and largemouth bass tournament success on two Tennessee River impoundments
Maceina, M. J., and W. C. Reeves
  33
Effects of cutrine-plus and cide-kick II on the growth of algae and cyanobacteria
Hallingse, M. E., and E. J. Phlips
  39
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July
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Largemouth bass abundance and aquatic vegetation in Florida Lakes – an alternative interpretation
Maceina, M. J.
  43
Lake size, aquatic macrophytes, and largemouth bass abundance in Florida lakes – a reply
Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield
  48
Growth of torpedograss from rhizomes planted under flooded conditions
Sutton, D. L.
  50
Effects of recreation on the submersed aquatic plant community of Rainbow River, Florida
Mumma, M. T., C. E. Cichra, and J. T. Sowards
  53
The effect of increased water level on Isoetes lacustris L in Lake Baciver, Spain
Gacia, E., and E. Ballesteros
  57
Microorganisms associated with Hydrilla in ponds and lakes in north Florida
Shabana, Y. M., and R. Charudattan
  60
Comparing spring treatments of 2,4-D with bottom fabrics to control a new infestation of Eurasian watermilfoil
Helsel, D. R., D. T. Gerber, and S. Engel
  68
Efficacy of triclopyr on purple loosestrife and associated wetland vegetation
Nelson, L. S., K. D. Getsinger, and J. E. Freedman
  72
The potential for biological control of water primrose (Ludwigia grandiflora) by the water primrose flea beetle (Lysathia ludoviciana) in the southeastern United States
McGregor, M. A., D. R. Bayne, J. G. Steeger, E. C. Webber, and E. Reutebuch
  74
The effects of harvesting Eurasian watermilfoil on the aquatic weevil Euhrychiopsis lecontei
Sheldon, S. P., and L. M. Obryan
  76
UV-B filtration to reduce photolysis of fluridone in experimental tanks
Macdonald, G. E., W. T. Haller, and D. G. Shilling
  78
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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
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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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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 32, 1994

January
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Mesocosm evaluation of bensulfuron methyl activity on Eurasian watermilfoil, Vallisneria, and American Pondweed
Getsinger, K. D., G. O. Dick, R. M. Crouch, and L. S. Nelson
  1
Response of Hydrilla to various concentrations and exposures of bensulfuron methyl
Van, T. K., and V. V. Vandiver
  7
Persistence of bensulfuron methyl and control of Hydrilla in shallow ponds
Langeland, K. A., and F. B. Laroche
  12
Dissipation of gibberellin synthesis inhibitors in small-scale aquatic systems
Chand, T., and C. A. Lembi
  15
The effect of 2 herbivorous insect larvae on Eurasian watermilfoil
Creed, R. P., and S. P. Sheldon
  21
Biological control of water lettuce in various impoundments of Zimbabwe
Chikwenhere, G. P.
  27
Control of submersed weeds by grass carp in waterlily production ponds
Santha, C. R., R. D. Martyn, W. H. Neill, and K. Strawn
  29
Impact of harvesting on aquatic plant communities in Lake Wingra, Wisconsin
Nichols, S. A., and R. C. Lathrop
  33
Ipomoea carnea Jacq – a new aquatic weed problem in India
Chaudhuri, H., T. Ramaprabhu, and V. Ramachandran
  37
Correlation of triclopyr and rhodamine Wt dye dissipation in the Pend-Oreille River
Turner, E. G., K. D. Getsinger, and M. D. Netherland
  39
Hauling and post-stocking mortality of triploid grass carp
Clapp, D. F., R. S. Hestand, and B. Z. Thompson
  41
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Use of fluridone for Hydrilla management in the Withlacoochee River, Florida
Fox, A. M., W. T. Haller, and D. G. Shilling
  47
Effects of harvesting on plant communities dominated by Eurasian watermilfoil in Lake Minnetonka, Mn
Crowell, W., N. Troelstrup, L. Queen, and J. Perry
  56
Mapping aquatic macrophytes through digital image analysis of aerial photographs – an Assessment
Marshall, T. R., and P. F. Lee
  61
Nitrogen and carbon concentrations, soluble proteins and free amino acids in subterranean turions of Hydrilla during overwintering
Ryan, F. J.
  67
Phenolic acid content of vegetative propagules of Potamogeton spp and Hydrilla verticillata
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
  71
Development of an impact penetrometer for evaluating compaction of littoral hydrosoils
Coley, C. R., S. H. Kay, and S. T. Hoyle
  74
An inexpensive and lightweight sampler for the rapid collection of aquatic macrophytes
Marshall, T. R., and P. F. Lee
  77
Bensulfuron methyl residues in Florida Lakes
Langeland, K. A.
  80
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 31, 1993

January
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Special Edition – International Symposium On the Biology and Management of Aquatic Plants – Preface
Haller, W. T., D. N. Riemer, G. E. Bowes, A. M. Fox, J. C. Joyce, T. V. Madsen, and M. R. Rattray
   
Special Edition International Symposium On the Biology and Management of Aquatic Plants – Presidential Address
Stocker, R. K.
  1
Aquatic Weeds and Fisheries Production in Developing Regions of the World – Plenary Address
Petr, T.
  5
Ecological Crisis in Post-Communist Central Europe – Plenary Address
Kvet, J.
  13
Processes of Aquatic Weed Invasions – the New Zealand Example – Plenary Address
Howardwilliams, C. 
  17
Oxygen Exchange By Entire Root Systems of Cyperus involucratus and Eleocharis sphacelata
Sorrell, B. K., H. Brix, and P. T. Orr
  24
Effect of Hexavalent Chromium On Photosynthetic Rates and Petiole Growth in Nelumbo lutea Seedlings
Francko, D. A., L. Delay, and S. Alhamdani
  29
Morphological and Photosynthetic Characteristics of Potamogeton obtusifolius From Different Depths
Maberly, S. C.
  34
The Mechanism of Action of Bensulfuron-Methyl On Hydrilla
Rattray, M. R., G. Macdonald, D. Shilling, and G. Bowes
  39
Comparisons of Herbicide Toxicity Using in Vitro Cultures of Myriophyllum spicatum
Bird, K. T.
  43
Peroxidase Changes As Indicators of Herbicide-Induced Stress in Aquatic Plants
Sprecher, S. L., A. B. Stewart, and J. M. Brazil
  45
Effects of Endothall and Other Aquatic Herbicides On Chlorophyll Fluorescence, Respiration and Cellular Integrity
Macdonald, G. E., D. G. Skilling, and T. A. Bewick
  50
Effect of Fluridone On Chlorophyll, Carotenoid and Anthocyanin Content of Hydrilla
Doong, R. L., G. E. Macdonald, and D. G. Shilling
  55
Growth Regulator Effects On in Vitro Shoot Regeneration of Crassula helmsii
Kane, M. E., N. L. Philman, C. A. Bartuska, and D. B. McConnell
  59
Injection of Nutrients Into Sand Rooting Media For Culture of Dioecious Hydrilla
Sutton, D. L.
  64
Distribution, Ecology and Conservation of Luronium natans (L) Raf in Britain
Willby, N. J., and J. W. Eaton
  70
Temporal Variation in the Biomass of Submersed Macrophytes in Lake Okeechobee, Florida
Hopson, M. S., and P. V. Zimba
  76
Submersed Aquatic Plant Communities in Western New York – 50 Years of Change
Bowman, J. A., and K. E. Mantai
  81
Seasonal Relationship Between Southern Naiad and Associated Periphyton
Delavega, E. L., J. R. Cassani, and H. Allaire
  84
Physiological Plasticity in Elodea nuttallii (Planch) St John
Jones, J. I., J. W. Eaton, and K. Hardwick
  88
Rhizome Longevity in Two Floating-Leaved Aquatic Macrophytes, Nymphaea tetragona and Brasenia schreberi
Kunii, H.
  94
Seed Germination of Typha subulata in Relation to Weed Management
Sobrero, M. T., O. A. Fernandez, and M. R. Sabbatini
  98
Turion Production By Dioecious Hydrilla in North Florida
Miller, J. D., W. T. Haller, and M. S. Glenn
  101
Distribution of Hydrilla in Northern China – Implications On Future Spread in North America
Balciunas, J. K., and P. P. Chen
  105
Effects of Metabolic Products of Cellulose-Utilizing Organisms On Hydrilla
Pompey, B. L. S., and D. F. Martin
  109
Effects of Eutrophication On Ranunculus and Potamogeton
Spink, A. J., K. J. Murphy, S. M. Smith, and D. F. Westlake
  113
Structure and Environmental Factors in Macrophyte Stands
Wychera, U., R. Zoufal, P. Christofdirry, and G. A. Janauer
  118
Potential For Re-Establishment of Aquatic Plants in Lake Ellesmere (New Zealand)
Gerbeaux, P.
  122
Modeling Resource Allocation in Potamogeton pectinatus L.
Vandijk, G. M., and J. H. Janse
  128
Growth and Biomass Allocation Patterns During Waterhyacinth Mat Development
Madsen, J. D.
  134
Elemental Composition of Five Submersed Aquatic Plants Collected From Lake Okeechobee, Florida
Zimba, P. V., M. S. Hopson, and D. E. Colle
  137
The Influence of Vegetation Pre-Dredging On the Post-Dredging Community
Wade, P. M.
  141
Suction Harvesting of Eurasian Watermilfoil and Its Effect On Native Plant Communities
Eichler, L. W., R. T. Bombard, J. W. Sutherland, and C. W. Boylen
  144
The Impact of Mechanical Harvesting Regimes On the Species Composition of Dutch Ditch Vegetation – a Quantitative Approach
Best, E. P. H.
  148
Seed Production and Growth of Waterchestnut As Influenced By Cutting
Methe, B. A., R. J. Soracco, J. D. Madsen, and C. W. Boylen
  154
Vegetation Zones Along Watercourses – Inter-Relationships and Implications For Mechanical Control
Pot, R. 
  157
Aquatic Plant Management in Relation to Irish Recreational Fisheries Development
Caffrey, J. M.
  162
Capture of Grass Carp From Vegetated Lakes
Bonar, S. A., S. A. Vecht, C. R. Bennett, G. B. Pauley, and G. L. Thomas
  168
Hydrilla Response to Mariner Applied to Lakes
Langeland, K. A.
  175
Bensulfuron Methyl Activity On Eurasian Watermilfoil
Nelson, L. S., M. D. Netherland, and K. D. Getsinger
  179
Changes in Nontarget Wetland Vegetation Following a Large-Scale Fluridone Application
Farone, S. M., and T. M. McNabb
  185
Fluridone Concentration and Exposure Time Requirements For Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil and Hydrilla
Netherland, M. D., K. D. Getsinger, and E. G. Turner
  189
Effects of Fluridone On Hydrilla Growth and Reproduction
Macdonald, G. E., D. G. Shilling, R. L. Doong, and W. T. Haller
  195
Factors Influencing the Efficacy of Glyphosate On Torpedograss (Panicum repens L)
Smith, B. E., D. G. Shilling, W. T. Haller, and G. E. Macdonald
  199
Control of Microcystis aeruginosa By Decomposing Barley Straw
Newman, J. R., and P. R. F. Barrett
  203
Leaf Protein Concentrate From Water Hyacinth
Virabalin, R., B. Kositsup, and H. Punnapayak
  207
Benefits of the British Columbia Aquatic Plant Management Program
Newroth, P. R., and M. D. Maxnuk
  210
Research Needs For Aquatic Plant Management in Developing Countries
Brabben, T. E.
  214
Evaluation of Invasions and Declines of Submersed Aquatic Macrophytes
Chambers, P. A., J. W. Barko, and C. S. Smith
  218
Carbon Fixation and Concentrating Mechanisms
Madsen, T. V., and G. Bowes
  221
New Frontiers in Biocontrol
Forno, I. W., and A. F. Cofrancesco
  223
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A Review of the Biology of Giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta Mitchell)
Oliver, J. D.
  227
Distribution of Submersed Macrophytes By Echo-Sounder Tracings in Lake Saint-Pierre, Quebec
Fortin, G. R., L. Saintcyr, and M. Leclerc
  232
Production Dynamics of Typha domingensis (Pers) Kunth Population in Cuba
Fraga, J. M. P. and J. Kvet
  240
Biomass, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus Allocation in Parrotfeather (Myriophyllum aquaticum)
Sytsma, M. D., and L. W. J. Anderson
  244
Flood Control Benefits of Aquatic Plant Control in Floridas Flatwoods Citrus Groves
Thunberg, E. M., and C. N. Pearson
  248
Effect of Glyphosate On Different Densities of Water Hyacinth
Lopez, E. G.
  255
Interaction of Formulation and Soil Components On the Aqueous Concentration of Fluridone
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, K. E. Milgram, and W. T. Haller
  257
Use of Hollow-Fiber Membranes For Measurement of Diffusive Flux of Compounds in Sediments
Sytsma, M. D., and L. W. J. Anderson
  261
The Rapid Suppression of the Growth of Melaleuca quinquenervia Saplings in Australia By Insects
Balciunas, J. K., and D. W. Burrows
  265
Waterchestnut Seed Production and Management in Watervliet Reservoir, New-York
Madsen, J. D.
  271
Herbicide Inhibition of Grass Carp Feeding On Hydrilla
Kracko, K. M., and R. L. Noble
  273
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 30, 1992


January
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Efficacy of triclopyr on Eurasian watermilfoil – concentration and exposure time effects
Netherland, M. D., and K. D. Getsinger
1
Response of hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil to flurprimidol concentrations and exposure times
Lembi, C. A., and T. Chand
6
Growth of monoecious hydrilla on different soils amended with peat or barley straw
Spencer, D. F., G. G. Ksander, and S. R. Bissell
9
Growth of dioecious and monoecious Hydrilla from single tubers
Sutton, D. L., T. K. Van, and K. M. Portier
15
Organic sedimentation associated with Hydrilla management
Joyce, J. C., K. A. Langeland, T. K. Van, and V. V. Vandiver
20
Factors influencing gas evolution beneath a benthic barrier
Gunnison, D., and J. W. Barko
23
Establishment and impact of redbelly tilapia in a vegetated cooling reservoir
Crutchfield, J. U., D. H. Schiller, D. D. Herlong, and M. A. Mallin
28
Response of 2 alligatorweed biotypes to quinclorac
Kay, S. H.
35
Response of monoecious and dioecious Hydrilla to bensulfuron methyl
Van, T. K., and V. V. Vandiver
41
Potential use of bensulfuron methyl for sediment application in irrigation systems in Australia
Bowmer, K. H., G. McCorkelle, and G. R. Sainty
44
Inhibition of Hydrilla tuber formation by bensulfuron methyl
Haller, W. T., A. M. Fox, and C. A. Hanlon
48
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Hydrilla growth and tuber production in response to bensulfuron methyl concentration and exposure time
Langeland, K. A., and F. B. Laroche
53
Improving herbicide efficacy in spring-fed tidal canals by timing and application methods
Fox, A. M., and W. T. Haller
58
The rate of expansion of Melaleuca in South Florida
Laroche, F. B., and A. P. Ferriter
62
Residential flood control benefits of aquatic plant control
Thunberg, E. M., C. N. Pearson, and J. W. Milon
66
Dredging to control curly-leaved pondweed – a decade later
Tobiessen, P., J. Swart, and S. Benjamin
71
Correlation of bensulfuron methyl and dye concentrations in water following concurrent application
Fox, A. M., W. T. Haller, and K. D. Getsinger
73
The effect of herbivore feeding on the buoyancy of Eurasian watermilfoil
Creed, R. P., S. P. Sheldon, and D. M. Cheek
75
Angler attitudes toward control of freshwater vegetation
Wilde, G. R., R. K. Riechers, and J. Johnson
77
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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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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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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 28, 1990

January
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 Presidential Address aquatic plant management through the years what the record shows
Couch, R. 
  1
Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in waterhyacinth
Luu, K. T., and K. D. Getsinger
  3
Production of axillary turions by the dioecious Hydrilla verticillata
Thullen, J. S.
  11
Temperature and daylength effects on growth and tuber formation in Hydrilla
McFarland, D. G., and J. W. Barko
  15
Growth of Sagittaria subulata and interaction with Hydrilla
Sutton, D. L.
  20
Influence of surfactants and additives on phytotoxicity of glyphosate to torpedograss
Shilling, D. G., W. T. Haller, and T. R. Willard
  23
Response of eurasian watermilfoil to 2,4-D concentrations and exposure times
Green, W. R., and H. E. Westerdahl
  27
Influence of subsequent flooding depth on cattail control by burning and mowing
Ball, J. P.
  32
Control of aquatic plants in static and flowing water by yearling triploid grass carp
Pine, R. T., L. W. J. Anderson, and S. S. O. Hung
  36
Ecological impacts of harvesting macrophytes in Halverson Lake, Wisconsin
Engel, S.
  41
The effect of stand thinning and straw management on the productivity of lake grown wild rice in Saskatchewon
Archibold, O. W.
  46
An aquatic bioassay of herbicide bleaching in the charophyte sporeling, Nitella furcata
Burkhart, C. A., and R. G. Stross
  50
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Ecology of Eurasian watermilfoil
Smith, C. S., and J. W. Barko
  55
An empirical method for characterizing standing crops of aquatic vegetation
Canfield, D. E., M. V. Hoyer, and C. M. Duarte
  64
Composition of Indian aquatic plants in relation to utilization as animal forage
Banerjee, A., and S. Matai
  69
Longevity of monoecious Hydrilla propagules
Van, T. K., and K. K. Steward
  74
Influence of 2,2′-Dipyridyl On the toxicity of fluridone to Hydrilla
Spencer, D. F., F. J. Ryan, and G. G. Ksander
  77
Comparison of 2 methods for evaluating growth of hydrilla in sediments collected from Lake Okeechobee
Sutton, D. L.
  80
Mineral deficiencies of wild rice grown in flocculent sediments
Day, W. R., and P. F. Lee
  84
Feeding activity and host preference of the milfoil midge, Cricotopus myriophylli Oliver (Diptera, Chironomidae)
Macrae, I. V., N. N. Winchester, and R. A. Ring
  89
Cynophages which impact bloom-forming cyanobacteria
Phlips, E. J., R. L. Monegue, and F. J. Aldridge
  92
Effects of clipping purple loosestrife seedlings during a simulated wetland drawdown
Gabor, T. S., and H. R. Murkin
  98
A Quantitative Sampler For Biomass Estimates of Aquatic Macrophytes
Sliger, W. A., J. W. Henson, and R. C. Shadden
  100
Effect of Short-Term Exposure to Copper On Survival of Apple-Snails in an Integrated Control Program
Estebenet, A. L., and N. J. Cazzaniga
  103
An Economic Analysis of Water Hyacinth Control Methods in Nigeria
Alimi, T., and O. A. Akinyemiju
  105
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