Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Salix caprea listed in key words.

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30095 Journal Article Ahmed, A., W.A. Shah, S. Akbar, M. Younis, and D. Kumar. 2011. A short chemical review on Salix caprea commonly known as goat willow. International Journal of Research in Phytochemistry & Pharmacology 1(1):17-20.
30101 Book Argus, G.W. 1986. The Genus Salix ( Salicaceae ) in the Southeastern United States. Volume 9. American Society of Plant Taxonomists.
32042 Database Brouillet, L., F. Coursol, and M. Favreau. 2006. VASCAN, the Database of Vascular Plants of Canada. Herbier Marie-Victorin, Institut de recherche en biologie végétale, Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada.
24369 Database Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. 2019. EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system. The University of Georgia, Tifton, GA. https://www.eddmaps.org/tools/query/. Accessed on 01/27/2019.
30091 Journal Article Cremer K.W. 2003. Introduced willows can become invasive pests in Australia. Biodiversity 4(4):17-24.
30099 Journal Article Dijkstra, J.J., J.C.L. Meeussen, and R.N.J. Comans. 2004. Leaching of Heavy Metals from Contaminated Soils: An Experimental and Modeling Study. Environmental Science & Technology 38(16):4390-4395.
30104 Book Chapter Enescu, C.M., T.H. Durrant, D. Rigo, and G. Caudullo. 2016. Salix caprea in Europe: distribution, habitat, usage and threats in San-Miguel-Ayanz, J., D. Rigo, G. Caudullo, H.T. Durrant, and A. Mauri, eds. European Atlas of Forest Tree Species. European Commission.
30102 Journal Article Eversham, B. 2006. A Key to Lowland Willows, Sallows and Osiers v. 1.6.
30088 Journal Article Fogelqvist J., A.V. Verkhozina, A.I. Katyshev, P. Pucholt, C. Dixellus, A.C. Rönnberg-Wästljung, M. Lascoux, and S. Berlin. 2015. Genetic and morphological evidence for introgression between three species of willows. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15:193.
30086 Journal Article Frouz J., B. Keplin, V. Pizl, K. Tajovsky, J. Stary, A. Lukesova, A. Novakova, V. Balik, L. Hanel, J. Materna, C. Duker, J. Chaluspky, J. Rusek, and T. Heinkele. 2001. Soil biota and upper soil layer development in two contrasting post-mining chronosequences>. Ecological Engineering 17:275-284.
32035 Book Furlow, J.J. 1991. The vascular flora of Ohio: Vol. 2, Part 1 - Dicotyledoneae: Saururaceae through Fabaceae. Unpublished.
30110 Journal Article Giesy, J.P., S.A. Mabury, J.W. Martin, K. Kannan, P.D. jones, J.L. Newsted, and K. Coady. 2006. Perfluorinated Compounds in the Great Lakes. Hdb Env Chem 5:391-438.
32036 Book Glenn, S.D. 2013. New York Metropolitan Flora database. New York Metropolitan Flora Project, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York.
17446 Database Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC). 2017. Exotic Species Information Center. Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. http://maps.glifwc.org/. Accessed on 01/31/2018.
30092 Journal Article Greenwood, H., D.J. O'Dowd, and P.S. Lake. 2004. Willow (Salix x rubens) Invasion of the Riparian Zone in South-Eastern Australia: Reduced> Abundance and Altered Composition of Terrestrial Arthropods. Diversity and Distributions 10(5-6):485-492.
30093 Journal Article Harman, H.M. 2004. Feasibility of biological control of grey willow Salix cinerea. DOC Science Internal Series 183.
30087 Journal Article Hjältén J., L. Ericson, and H. Roininen. 2000. Resistance of Salix caprea, S-phylicifolia, and their F1 hybrids to herbivores and pathogens. Écoscience 7(1):51-56.
30115 Journal Article Hygnstrom, S.E., P.D. Skelton, S.J. Josiah, J.M. Gilsdorf, D.R. Virchow, J.A. Brandle, A.K. Jayaprakash, K.M. Eskridge, and K.C. VerCauteren. 2009. White-tailed deer browsing and rubbing preferences for trees and shrubs that produce nontimber forest products. HortTechnology 19(1):204-211.
33759 Database iDigBio. 2019. Integrated Digitized Biocollections (iDigBio). National Resource for Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC), Gainesville, FL. https://www.idigbio.org/. Accessed on 10/07/2019.
30108 Journal Article Karrenberg, S., P.J. Edwards, and J. Kollmann. 2002. The life history of Saliacaceae living in the active zone of floodplains. Freshwater Biology 447(4):733-748.
30100 Journal Article Kay, Q.O.N. 1985. Nectar from willow catkins as a food source for Blue Tits. Bird Study 32(1):40-44.
30098 Journal Article Kuffner, M., S.D. Maria, M. Puschenreiter, K. Fallmann, G. Wieshammer, M. Gorfer, J. Strauss, A.R. Rivelli, and A. Sessitsch. 2010. Culturable bacteria from Zn- and Cd-accumulating Salix caprea with differential effects on plant growth and heavy metal availability. Journal of Applied Microbiology 108(4):1471-1484.
30107 Journal Article Kuusinen, M. 1995. Epiphytic lichen diversity on Salix caprea and Populus tremula in old-growth forests of Finland. Mitt. Eidgenoss. Forsch. anst. Wald. Schnee. Landsch 70(1):125-132.
30106 Report Lowe, S., N. Repper, L. Miles, and S.G. Wallace. 2012. Notes on tree planting and the use of native species in North East England. The Wildlife Trusts, Northumberland.
30119 Journal Article Lygis, V., R. Bakys, D. Burokiene, and I. Vasilliaukaite. 2012. Chondrostereum purpureum-bosed control of stump sprouting of seven Hordwood species in Lithuania. Baltic Forestry 18(1):41-55.
32037 Report Mitchell, R.S. (ed.). 1986. A checklist of New York State plants. Contributions of a Flora of New York State, Checklist III. New York State Bulletin No. 458. New York State Museum, Albany, NY.
10342 Book Mohlenbrock, R.H. 1986. Guide to the vascular flora of Illinois, rev. ed. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, IL.
30085 Journal Article Mudrák O., M. Hermová, C. Tesnerová, J. Rydlová, and J. Frouz. 2016. Above-ground and below-ground competition between the willow Salix caprea and its understorey. Journal of Vegetation Science 27:156-164.
32038 Book New York Flora Association. 1990. Preliminary vouchered atlas of New York State flora, ed. 1. New York State Museum Institute, Albany, NY.
30103 Journal Article Palme, A.E., V. Sermerikov, and M. Lascoux. 2003. Absence of geographical structure of chloroplast DNA variation in sallow, Salix caprea L. Heredity 2003(91):5. 465-474.
30111 Journal Article Peeters, L., and Ø. Totland. 1999. Wind to insect pollination ratios and floral traits in five alpine Salix species. Canadian Journal of Botany 77(4):556-563.
30094 Journal Article Pohjamo, S.P., J.E. Hemming, S.M. Willfor, M.H.T. Reunanen and B.R. Holmbom. 2003. Phenolic extractives in Salix caprea wood and knots>. Phytochemistry 63(2):165-169.
30096 Journal Article Regvar, M., M. Likar, A. Piltaver, N. Kugonic, and J.E. Smith. 2010. Fungal community structure under goat willows (Salix caprea L.) growing at metal polluted site: the potential of screening in a model phytostabilisation study. Plant and Soil 330(2):345-356.
30120 Journal Article Relyea, R. 2005. The lethal impacts of Roundup on aquatic and terrestrial amphibians. Ecological Applications 15(4):118-1124.
32040 Report Rhoads, A.F., and W.M. Klein, Jr. 1993. The vascular flora of Pennsylvania. Annotated checklist and atlas. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA.
30114 Journal Article Schutt, V.P., and H. Blaschke. 1980. Seasonal Changes in the Allelopathic Effect of Salix caprea Foliage. Flora 169:316-328.
30457 Journal Article Talbot, R.J., J.R. Etherington and J.A. Bryant. 1986. Comparative Studies of Plant Growth and Distribution in Relation to Waterlogging. New Phytologist 105:563-574.
35441 Database U-M Library Digital Collections. 2021. University of Michigan Herbarium Catalog Collection. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb00ic?page=help#introduction. Accessed on 02/12/2021.
30097 Journal Article Unterbrunner, R., M. Puschenreiter, P. Sommer, G. Wieshammer, P. Tlustos, M. Zupan, and W.W. Wenzel. 2007. Heavy metal accumulation in trees growing on contaminated sites in Central Europe. Environmental Pollution 148(1):107-114.
30105 Web Page USDA. 2017. Plant profile for Salix Caprea (goat willow). https://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=SACA22. Accessed on 06/27/2017.
10675 Book Voss, E.G. 1985. Michigan Flora: A guide to the identification and occurrence of the native and naturalized seed-plants of the state. Part IIDicots (Saururaceae-Cornaceae). Volume II. Cranbrook Insitute of Science and University of Michigan Herbarium.
30641 Book Weishaupt, C.G. 1971. Vascular plants of Ohio: a manual for use in field and laboratory. 3rd edition. Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, IA.
32041 Book Wherry, E.T., J.M. Fogg, and H.A. Wahl. 1979. Atlas of the flora of Pennsylvania. Morris Arboretum, Philadelphia, PA.



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