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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 27, 1989

January
Cover    
Comparative shoot and root regeneration from juvenile and adult aerial leaf explants of variable-leaf milfoil
Kane, M. E. and L. S. Albert
  1
Integration of Myrothecium roridium and 2,4-D in waterhyacinth management
Liyanage, N. P. and S. A. Gunasekera
  15
Control of common cattail with postemergence herbicides
Comes, R. D. and A. D. Kelley
  20
Experimental evaluation of fluridone effectiveness on fish productive aquatic ecosystems
Kamarianos, A., J. Altiparmakis, and Karamanlis
  24
Effects of potassium ricinoleate on water quality, phytoplankton, and off-flavor in channel catfish ponds
Scott, J. H., D. R. Bayne, and C. E. Boyd
  26
The effects of increased water level on aquatic macrophytes
Wallsten, M., and P.-O. Forsgren
  32
Problems and control of aquatic weeds in the irrigation systems of Thailand
Thamasara, S
  37
Management of Salvinia in the northern territory
Miller, I. L. and C. G. Wilson
  40
Non-destructive estimation of aquatic macrophyte biomass
Pine, R. T., L. W. J. Anderson, and S. S. O. Hung
  47
Nitrogen and phosphorus uptake and release by the blue-green alga Microcoleus lyngbyaceus
Zimmermann, C. F.
  49
Effects of grazing and burning on nutritive quality of cattail in Playas
Smith, L. M.
  51
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Influence of iron on Hydrilla’s response to fluridone
Spencer, D. F. and G. G. Ksander
  57
Influence of external iron concentration on active iron for 4 species of aquatic macrophytes
Spencer, D. F. and G. G. Ksander
  65
Photolytic degradation of fluridone
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, and W. T. Haller
  69
Fluridone and n-methylformaide residue determinations in ponds
Osborne, J. A., S. D. West, R. B. Cooper, and D. C. Schmitz
  74
Allelopathic potential of 16 aquatic and wetland plants
Elakovich, S. D. and J. W. Wooten
  78
Characterization of allelochemicals in American eelgrass
Cheng, T. S., and D. N. Riemer
  84
Influence of allelochemicals and aqueous plant extracts on growth of duckweed
Sutton, D. L. and K. M. Portier
  90
Inter-relationships between Salvinia rotundifolia and Spirodela polyrhiza at various interaction stages
Agami, M. and K. R. Reddy
  96
Abscisic acid induction of aerial leaf development in Myriophyllum and Proserpinaca species cultured in vitro
Kane, M. E. and L. S. Albert
  102
Karyotypes of Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) populations in the United-States
Langeland, K. A.
  111
Laboratory host range studies with a leaf-mining duckweed shore fly
Mansor, M. and G. R. Buckingham
  115
Eurasian watermilfoil seed ecology from an oligotrophic and eutrophic lake
Madsen, J. D. and C. W. Boylen
  119
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 26, 1988

January
Cover    
Presidential address
Martin, D. F.
  1
Investigation into the disappearance of Eurasian watermilfoil from Kawartha Lakes
Painter, D. S., and K. J. McCabe
  3
Integrated control of Eurasian watermilfoil, Myriophyllum spicatum by a fungal pathogen and a herbicide
Sorsa, K. K., E. V. Nordheim, and J. H. Andrews
  12
Selective patterns of herbicide application for improved biological control of waterhyacinth
Haag, K. H., M. S. Glenn, and J. C. Jordan
  17
Harvest as a control of sago pondweed (Potamogeton pectinatus L.) in Badfish Creek, WI frequency, efficiency and its impact on the stream community oxygen metabolism
Madsen, J. D., M. S. Adams, and P. Ruffier
  20
Long term effects of mechanical harvesting on Eurasian watermilfoil
Painter, D. S. 
  25
Residues and efficacy of two formulations of 2,4-D on aquatic macrophytes in Buckhorn Lake, Ontario
Carpentier, A. G., D. L. MacKenzie, and R. Frank
  29
An automated positioning system for determining aquatic macrophyte distribution
Harvey, R. M., G. G. Patterson, and J. R. Pickett
  38
Chemical composition of Egeria densa
Dillon, C. R., D. V. Maurice, and J. E. Jones
  44
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July
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Vegetative spread of Eurasian Watermilfoil in Lake George, New York
Madsen, J. D., L. W. Eichler, and C. W. Boylen
  47
Allelopathy in threesquare burreed (Sparganium americanum) and American eelgrass (Vallisneria americana)
Cheng, T. S. and D. N. Reimer
  50
Mineral deficiency symptoms of waterhyacinth
Newman, S. and W. T. Haller
  55
Integrated control of waterhyacinth with Neochetina and paclobutrazol
Van, T. K.
  59
Ropewick applicator for ditchbanks
Comes, R. D., and A. D. Kelley
  62
Sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate as a potential algicide
Quimby, P. C., S. H. Kay, and J. D. Ouzts
  67
Effect of fluridone on Trapa natans and Phragmites communis
Kamarianos, A., Karamanlis, and G. Fotis
  69
Effect of two endothall formulations on waterlettuce (Pistia stratiotes)
Conant, R. D., T. K. Van, and V. V. Vandiver
  70
Effect of a naturally occurring growth inhibitor on the ultrastructure of Hydrilla
Dooris, G. M., P. M. Dooris, and D. F. Martin
  72
Influence of substituted phenols on the growth of Hydrilla
Martin, B. M. and D. F. Martin
  74
Index to Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volumes 1-25   76
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 25, 1987

January
Cover    
Evapotranspiration/evaporation (E/E) ratios for aquatic plants
Boyd, C. E.
  1
Influence of temperature and light on dwarf spikerush and slender spikerush growth
Ashton, F. M., and S. R. Bissell
  4
Seed germination in Myriophyllum spicatum L.
Coble, T. A., and B. D. Vance
  8
Variation in Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle propagule weight
Spencer, D. F., L. W. J. Anderson, and M. D. Ames
  11
The role of Egeria in removing nitrogen and phosphorus from nutrient enriched waters
Reddy, K. R., J. C. Tucker, and W. F. DeBusk
  14
Environmental effect of aquatic disposal of chopped Hydrilla
Sabol, B. M. 
  19
Invasion of Nigerian waters by water hyacinth
Akinyemiju, O. A.
  24
Fluridone effects on stressed submersed macrophytes
Westerdahl, H. E., and J. F. Hall
  26
Influence of plant position on growth of duckweed
Meijer, L. E. and D. L. Sutton
  28
Nutrient absorption by duckweed
Ice, J. and R. Couch
  30
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July
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A model to describe growth of the filamentous alga Pithophora oedogonia (Chlorophyta) in an Indiana Lake
Spencer, D. F., S. W. O’Neal, and C. A. Lembi
  33
Effect of selected dyes on the growth of the filamentous blue- green alga, Lyngbya majescula
Martin, B. B., D. F. Martin, and M. J. Perez-Curet
  40
Nitrogen fixation by Azolla cultured in nutrient enriched waters
Reddy, K. R.
  43
Evapotranspiration from Eichhornia crassipes, Pistia stratiotes, Salvinia herzogii, and Azolla caroliniana during summer in Argentina
Lallana, V. H., R. A. Sabattini, and M. D. C. Lal
  48
Influence of water regime on growth of dwarf spikerush and slender spikerush
Ashton, F. M., and S. R. Bissell
  51
Effect of salinity and temperature on germination of monecious Hydrilla propagules
Carter, V., N. B. Rybicki, and C. L. Schulman
  54
Harvesting and carbohydrate accumulation in Eurasian watermilfoil
Perkins, M. A. and M. D. Sytsma
  57
Waterhyacinth control by natural water level fluctuations in Byramangala Reservoir
Ramaprabhu, T., P. Kumaraiah, and S. Parameswaran
  63
Aquatic plant management in drainage canals of Southern Argentina
Fernandez, O. A., J. H. Irigoyen, and M. R. Sabbatini
  65
Irrigation of bentgrass with fluridone treated water
Langeland, K. A., and T. A. Tucker
  67
A watery jungle – or why there is an aquatic plant management society today
Friedman, H. J.
  70
The printed word, a mirror for evaluation
Decell, J. L.
  74
Founding Fathers   79
Officers 1961 – 1985   82
Meeting Dates & Locations 1961 – 1985   84
Photos   85
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 24, 1986

January
Cover    
Environmental factors and their consideration in the management of submersed aquatic vegetation: A review
Barko, J. W., M. S. Adams, and N. L. Clesceri
  1
Dormancy in slender spikerush seed
Yeo, R. R.
  11
Growth of Hydrilla in established stands of spikerush and slender arrowhead
Sutton, D. L.
  16
Decay of pondweed and Hydrilla hibernacula by fungi.
Bernhardt, E. A. and J. M. Duniway
  20
Effects of Bellura obliqua on Typha latifolia productivity
Penko, J. M. and D. C. Pratt
  24
Variation in waterhyacinth/weevil interactions resulting from temporal differences in weed control efforts
Center, T. D. and W. C. Durden
  28
Evaluation of fluridone for weed control in New Zealand
Wells, R. D. S., B. T. Coffey, and D. R. Lauren
  39
Persistence of diquat, endothall, and fluridone in ponds
Langeland, K. A. and J. P. Warner
  43
Mapping aquatic weeds with aerial color infrared photography and evaluating their control by grass carp
Martyn, R. D., R. L. Noble, and P. W. Bettoli
  46
Evaluation of methods for capturing grass carp in agricultural canals
Harold,  L.,  Schramm, J., and K. J. Jirka
  57
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July
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Photosynthesis and growth of the filamentous blue-green alga Lyngbya birgei in relation to its environment
Beer, S., W. Spencer, and G. Bowes
  61
Effect of herbicide rate and carrier Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume on glyphosate phytotoxicity
Van, T. K.,  V.V. Vandiver, and R.D. Conant
  66
Effective control of waterhyacinth using Neochetina and limited herbicide application
Haag, K. H.
  70
Germination suppression by extracts of aquatic plants
El-Gh, R. A. K. and D. N. Riemer
  76
Influence of thidiazuron on propagule formation in Hydrilla verticillata
Klaine, S. J.
  80
Use of the ecologen to study Hydrilla growth inhibitors
Martin, B. B. and D. F. Martin
  82
Growth of Hygrophila and Hydrilla in flowing water
Dijk, G. M. V., D. D. Thayer, and W. T. Haller
  85
Influence of allelopathic chemicals on sprouting of Hydrilla tubers
Sutton, D. L.
  88
Effect of leaf hardness on penetration of waterhyacinth by Sameodes albiguttalis
Wright, A. D. and A. S. Bourne
  90
Productivity of major Indian aquatic macrophytes
Saha, S. C.
  92
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 23, 1985

January
Cover    
Range extensions of aquatic vascular plant species
Cook, C. D. K.
  1
Limnophila and Hygrophila A review and physiological assessment of their weed potential in Florida
Spencer, W., and G. Bowes
  7
A preliminary study of the efficacy of hybrid grass carp for Hydrilla control
Osborne, J. A.
  16
Consumption of aquatic plants by the West Indian manatee
Etheridge, K., G. B. Rathbun, and J. A. Powell
  21
Relations between water transparency and maximum depths of macrophyte colonization in lakes
Daniel E. Canfield, K. A. Langeland, and S. B. Lind
  23
Waterhyacinth decline in Texas caused by Cercospora piaropi
Martyn, R. D.
  29
Differential response to glyphosate and growth patterns of red fescue (Festuca rubra)
Comes, R. D., L. Y. Marquis, and A. D. Kelley
  32
Growth and nutrient uptake of pennywort (Hydrocotyle umbellata L) as influenced by the nitrogen content of the water
Reddy, K. R., and J. C. Tucker
  35
Control of weeds by Azolla in rice
Satapathy, K.B. and Singh, P.K.
  40
Isozymes in studies of aquatic plants
Wain, R. P., W. T. Haller, and D. F. Martin
  42
Seed germination in spatterdock (Nuphar advenait)
Riemer, D. N.
  46
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July
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Effects of chemical and biological weed control on the ecology of a south Florida pond
Cassani, J. R., and W. E. Caton
  51
Effects of harvesting on aquatic vegetation and juvenile fish populations at Saratoga Lake, New York
Mikol, G. F. 
  59
Density of tubers and turions of Hydrilla in south Florida
Sutton, D. L. and K. M. Portier
  64
Hydrilla in three North Carolina lakes
Harlan, S. M., G. J. Davis, and G. J. Pesacreta
  68
A comparative study of isoenzyme pattersn, morphology and chromosome number of Hydrilla verticillata (L.F.) Royle in Africa
Pieterse, A. H., J. A. C. Verkleij, and H. P. M. Staphorst
  72
Insects damaging Hydrilla in the USA
Balciunas, J. K. and M. C. Minno
  77
Morphology of slender spikerush seed (Eleocharis acicularis (L.) R. & S.)
Yeo, R. R., R. H. Falk, and J. R. Thurston
  83
Laboratory studies on the relation between aquatic vegetation and the presence of two bilharzia-bearing snail species
Schayck, I. C. P.
  87
Expanded range of the alligatorweed flea beetle in South Carolina
Hruska, A. J., S. M. Gladstone, and K. G. Wilson
  92
Effect of herbicides on floating aquatic plants
Thayer, D. D. and W. T. Haller
  94
Article Guidelines   96
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 22, 1984


January
Cover    
The morphology of hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle)
Yeo, R. R., R. H. Falk, and J. R. Thurston
1
Ecophysiological studies on water lettuce in a polluted lake
Sharma, B. M.
17
Factors affecting germination of seeds of fragrant waterlily (Nymphaea odorata)
Else, M. J., and D. N. Riemer
22
Photo-enchancement of hydrogen peroxide toxicity to submersed vascular plants and algae
Kay, S. H., P. C. Quimby. Jr., and J. D. Ouzts
25
Prediction of submersed plant biomass by use of a recording fathometer
Maceina, M. J., J. V. Shireman, and K. A. Langeland
35
Lake sediment alteration for macrophyte control.
Engel, S. and S. A. Nichols
38
Control of the seagrass Heterozostera tasmanica by benthic screens
Bulthuis, D. A.
41
Evaluating stationary blankets and removable screens for macrophyte control in lakes
Engel, S.
43
Response of periphyton and phytoplankton to chemical control of Hydrilla in artificial pools
Hodgson, L. M. and S. B. Linda
48
The effect of dwarf spikerush (Eleocharis coloradoensis) on several submersed aquatic weeds
Yeo, R. R. and J. R. Thurston
52
The impact of Neochetina eichhorniae on waterhyacinth in southern Louisiana
Goyer, R. A. and J. D. Stark
57
Some effects of nitrogen and phosphorus concentration on the phenology of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle
Pieterse, A. H., H. P. M. Staphorst, and J. A. C. Verkleij
62
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July
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Laboratory and field investigation of a potential selective algicide, PH4062
Anderson, L. W. J. and N. Dechoretz
67
Effect of 2,4-D and gibberellic acid on waterhyacinths under operational conditions
Joyce, J. C. and W. T. Haller
75
Aquatic use pattern for silvex cancellation
Gangstad, E. O.
78
Influence of aquashade on growth, photosynthesis, and phosphorus uptake of microalgae
Spencer, D. F.
80
Activity of naturally occurring hydrilla growth inhibitor initial studies
Baltrop, J., B. B. Martin, and D. F. Martin
84
The effects of the grass carp on the aquatic macrophytes of four Florida Lakes
Dyke, J. M. V., J. A.J. Leslie, and L. E. Nall
87
The effect of three sediment types on tuber production in hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle
Bruner, M. C., and T. R. Batterson
95
Developments in aquatic weed control research in India relating to fisheries
Ramaprabhu, T., and V. Ramachandran
97
Biological control of water lettuce
Harley, K. L. S., I. W. Forno, and R. C. Kassulke
101
Rapid qualitative method for estimating the biomass of submersed macrophytes in large water bodies
Schloesser, D. W. and B. A. Manny
102
Genetic relationship among two forms of alligatorweed
Wain, R. P., W. T. Haller, and D. F. Martin
104
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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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July
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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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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 20, 1982

January
Front Cover    
Aquatic weed with endothall in a salt river project canal
Corbus, F. G. 
  1
Changes in a Myriophyllum spicatum L. community following 2, 4-D treatment
Getsinger, K. D., G. J. Davis, and M. M. Brinson
  4
Effects of 2,4-D on non-target species in Kerr Reservoir
Couch, R. W. and E. N. Nelson
  8
Dissipation of 2, 4-D residues in large reservoirs
Gangstad, E. O. 
  13
Effect of Hydrilla management by herbicides on a periphyton community
Hodgson, L. M. and C. C. Carter
  17
Effects of overwinter drawdown on bushy pondweed
Tazik, P. P., W. R. Kodrich, and J. R. Moore
  19
Organisms impacting waterhyacinth in the Panama Canal
Dana, R.,  Sanders, S., R. F. Theriot, and E. A. Theriot
  22
Culture and diet of hybrid grass carp fingerlings
Cassani, J. R., W. E. Caton, and J. T.H. Hansen
  30
Characterization of chilling-sensitivity of three submersed aquatic angiosperms
Jana, S. and M. A. Choudhuri
  33
Evidence for the existence of distinct alligatorweed biotypes
Kay, S. H. and W. T. Haller
  37
Some aspects of the economics of aquatic weed control in fish culture
Ramaprabhu, T., V. Ramachandran, and P. V. G. K. Reddy
  41
Benefit/cost analysis of silvex cancellation
Gangstad, E. O.
  45
Bulk mechanical properties of waterhyacinth
Bagnall, L. O. 
  49
A technique for direct microscopic observation of periphyton assemblages on aquatic macrophytes
Carter, C. C.
  53
Trials of Pistia stratiotes L. as animal feed
Ayoade, G. O., B. M. Sharma, and M. K. C. Spridhar
  56
A core sampler for collecting Hydrilla propagules
Sutton, D. L.
  57
Membership List   60
Article Guidelines   70
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 19, 1981


July
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Rushing, W. N.
1
Trends in submersed macrophyte communities of the Currituck Sound 1977-79
Davis, G. J., J. Conald, and  F. Carey
3
Control of aquatic weeds with hexazinone
Anderson, L. W. J.
9
Evaluation of water quality during herbicide applications to Kerr Lake, OK
Morris, K. and R. Jarman
13
Use of waterhyacinth in feeding trials with matrincha (Brycon sp.)
Saint-Paul, U., U. Werder, and A. S. Tei
18
Laboratory rearing and life history of Arzama densa, a potential native biological control agent against waterhyacinth
Baer, R. G. and  P.C. Quimby
22
Effects of Neochetina eichhorniae on the growth of waterhyacinth
Forno, I. W.
27
Notes on the biology and host specificity of Acentria nivea (=Acentropus niveus)
Buckingham, G. R. and B. M. Ross
32
Grass carp hybridization and observations of a grass carp x bighead hybrid
Sutton, D. L., J. G. Stanley, I. Woodard, and W. Miley
37
Nitrogen source, biomass production, and phosphorus uptake in waterhyacinth
Shiralipour, A., L. A. Garrard, and W. T. Haller
40
Effect of nitrogen sprays on biomass production and phosphorus uptake in waterhyacinth
Shiralipour, A., W. T. Haller, and L. A. Garrard
44
Aquatic weed research in Britain
Robson, T. O.
47
Biological control of aquatic weeds in Southwest Florida
Cassani, J. R., J. T.W. Miller, and M. L. Beach
49
Diquat and sodium alginate for weed control in rivers
Barrett, P. R. F.
51
Preliminary evaluation of hydrogen peroxide as a potential herbicide for aquatic weeds
Quimby, P. C. 
53
Relationships between pond sediments and simazine loss from waters of laboratory systems
Tucker, C. S. and C. E. Boyd
55
Effects of uprooting on Eurasian watermilfoil
Nicholson, S.
57
Axenic culture of Hydrilla
Klaine, S. J. and C. H. Ward
59
Productivity and nutritive value of Pistia stratiotes and Eichhornia crassipes
Tucker, C. S. and T. A. DeBusk
61
Article Guidelines   64
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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 18, 1980


July
Front Cover    
Presidential Address
Raynes, J. J.
  1
Tolerance of two grass species to copper-treated irrigation water
Reimer, D. N., and H. L. Motto
  3
Effects of low concentrations of terbutryn on Myriophyllum and Cabomba
Reimer, D. N., and J. R. Trout
  6
Effects of waterhyacinth on the physicochemistry of a South Georgia pond
Schreiner, S. P.
  9
The use of fiberglass screens for control of Eurasian watermilfoil
Perkins, M. A., H. L. Boston, and E. F. Curren
  13
Water fluctuation and the aquatic flora of Lake Miccosukee
Tarver, D. P.
  19
Bulk mechanical properties of Hydrilla
Bagnall, L. O. 
  23
Regrowth of Hydrilla from axillary buds
Langeland, K. A., and D. L. Sutton
  27
Characterization of Hill activity of a submersed aquatic angiosperm
Jana, S., and M. A. Choudhuri
  30
The use of a recording fathometer for determination of distribution and biomass of Hydrilla
Maceina, M. J., and J. V. Shireman
  34
An empirical equation for the determination of dry weights of water hyacinth
Vandermeer, J., and R. Rice
  40
Three federal environmental acts important to aquatic plant management
Clark, R. P.
  41
Article Guidelines   44
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