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Abdel-Rahman, F. and A. R. Maggenti. 1987. Hirschmanniella pompaniensis n. sp. (Nemata: Pratylenchidae), parasite on bulrush, Scirpus robustus Pursh. J. Nematology 19:147-151.

Adams, F. S. 1969. Winterbud production and function in Brasenia schreberi. Rhodora 71:417-433.

Ajilvsgi, G. 1979. Wild Flowers of the Big Thicket. Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station. 360 pp.

Ajilvsgi, G. 1984. Wildflowers of Texas. Shearer Publ., Fredericksburg, Tex. 414 pp.

Aldon, E. F. 1973. Revegetatin disturbed areas in the semiarid Southwest. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 28:223-225.

Aldon, E. F. 1975. Establishing alkali sacaton on harsh sites in the Southwest. J. Range Manage. 28:129-132.

Aldon, E. F. 1978. Reclamation of coal-mined land in the Southwest. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 33:75-79.

Alex, J. F. 1980. Emergence from buried seed and germination of exhumed seed of fall Panicum dichotomiflorum geniculatum, Ontario. Can. J. Plant Sci. 60:635-642.

Allen, J. A. and H. E. Kennedy, Jr. 1989. Bottomland hardwood reforesta- tion in the lower Mississippi valley. U.S. Dept. Inter. U. S. Dept. Agric.

Alsaadawi, I. S. and E. L. Rice. 1982a. Allelopathic effects of Polygonum aviculare L. I. Vegetational patterning of Cynodon dactylon. J. Chem. Ecol. 8:993-1009.

Alsaadawi, I. S. and E. L. Rice. 1982b. Allelopathic effects of Polygonum aviculare L. II. Isolation, characterization, and biological activities of phytotoxins. J. Chem. Ecol. 8:1011-1023.

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Anonymous. 1975. Some important native shrubs of the west. Intermountain For. and Range Exp. Stn., USDA. For. Serv, GPO 1976 678-207. 16 pp.

Arthur, A. P. and P. G. Mason. 1989. Description of the immature stages and notes on the biology of Neotephritis finalis (Loew.) (Diptera: Tephritidae), a pest of sunflowers in Saskatchewan, Canada. Can. Entomol. 121:729-735.

Ayres, Q. C. 1936. Soil erosion and its control. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y. 365 pp.

Bacone, J., F. A. Bazzaz, and W. R. Boggess. 1976. Correlated photosynthetic responses and habitat factors of two successional tree species (Ulmus alata and Diospyros virginiana). Oecologia 23:64-74.

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Barnes, T. G., L. H. Blankenship, L. H. Varner, and J. F. Gallagher. 1991. Digestibility of guajillo for white-tailed deer. J. Range Manage. 44:606-610.

Baskin, C. C., J. M. Baskin, and O. W. Van Auken. 1992. Germination response patterns to temperature during afterripening of achenes of four Texas winter annual Asteraceae. Can. J. Bot. 70:2354-2358.

Baskin, J. M. and C. C. Baskin. 1970. Replacement of chilling requirement in seeds of Ruellia humilis by gibberellic acid. Planta 94:250-252.

Baskin, J. M. and C. C. Baskin. 1971a. Polyembryony in Ruella humilis Nutt. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 93:109-110.

Baskin, J. M. and C. C. Baskin. 1971b. Effect of chilling and gibberellic acid on growth potential of excised embroyos of Ruellis humilis. Planta 100:365-369.

Baskin, J. M. and C. C. Baskin. 1975. Growth of Ruellia humilis plants from embryos of chilled, GA3-treated, and laboratory-stored seeds. Bot. Gaz. 136:299-305.

Baskin, J. M. and C. C. Baskin. 1982. Temperature relations of seed germination in Ruellia humilis, and ecological implications USA. Castanea 47:119-131.

Baskin, J. M. and C. C. Baskin. 1983. Seasonal changes in the germination of fall panicum to temperature and light (Panicum dichotomiflorum). Can. J. Plant Sci. 63:973-979.

Baskin, J. M. and C. C. Baskin. 1990. The role of light and alternating temperatures on germination of Polygonum aviculare seeds exhumed on various dates. Weed Res. 30:397-402.

Beisler, J. M., R. L. Pienkowski, K. T. Kok, and W. H. Robinson. 1977. Insects associated with three weedy grasses (Digitaria sanguinalis, Panicum dichotomiflorum, Sorghum halpense) and yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus). Env. Entomol. 6:455-459.

Beregovoy, V. N. and D. S. Gill. 1986. Isozyme polymorphism in the sunflower moth. J. Hered. 77:101-105.

Berg, W. A. and P. L. Sims. 1984. Herbage yields and water-use efficiency on a loamy site as affected by tillage, mulch, and seeding treatments. J. Range Manage. 37:180-184.

Bernascor, P. C. and S. K. De Datta. 1986. Chemical and cultural control of bulrush (Scirpus maritimus L.) and annual weeks in lowland rice (Oryza sativa L.). Weed Res. 26:233-244.

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Boland, W. and C. J. Burk. 1992. Some effects of acidic growing conditions on three emergent macrophytes: Zizania aquatica, Leersia oryzoides and Peltandra virginica. Env. Pollut. 76:211-217.

Boon, W. and H. Groe. 1990. Nature's heartland. Iowa State Univ. Press, Ames.

Boyd, C. E. 1970. Production, mineral accumulation and pigment concentrations in Typha latifolia and Scirpus americanus. Ecol. 51:285-290.

Bozzo, J. A., S. L. Beasom, and T. E. Fulbright. 1992a. White-tailed deer use of rangeland following browse rejuvenation. J. Range Manage. 45:496-499.

Bozzo, J. A., S. L. Beasom, and T. E. Fulbright. 1992b. Vegetation responses to 2 brush management practices in south Texas. J. Range Manage. 45:170-175.

Brecke, B. J. and W. B. Duke. 1980. Dormancy, germination, and emergence characteristics of fall panicum (Panicum dichotomiflorum) seed. Weed Sci. 28:683-685.

Briske, D. D. and J. W. Stuth. 1982. Tiller defoliation in a moderate and heavy grazing regime, Paspalum plicatulum. J. Range Manage. 35:511-514.

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Buckner, J. L. and J. L. Landers. 1979. Fire and disking effects on herbaceous food plants and seed supplies. J. Wildl. Manage. 43:807-811.

Bugg, R. L., L. E. Ehler, and L. T. Wilson. 1987. Effect of common knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) on abundance and efficiency of insect predators of crop pests. Hilgardia 55:1-51.

Burckhalter, R. E. 1992. The genus Nyssa (Cornaceae) in North America: A revision. Sida 15:323-342.

Bush, J. K. and O. W. Van Auken. 1986. Light requirements of Acacia smallii and Celtis laevigata in relation to secondary succession on flood plains of south Texas. Amer. Midl. Natur. 115:118-122.

Call, C. A. 1985. Storage life of Illinois bundle flower and western indigo seed. J. Range Manage. 38:500-503.

Cardina, J., E. Regnier, and K. Harrison. 1991. Long-term tillage effects on seed banks in three Ohio soils. Weed Sci. 39:186-194.

Carpenter, B. B., T. D. A. Forbes, M. Carpena, A. Rocha, H. Rodriguez, and R. D. Randel. 1994. Follicular dynamics, embryo production and hormonal responses in Brahman heifers following sympathetic stimulation. J. Animal Sci. 72:2948-2954.

Christiansen, N. L. 1988. Vegetation of the southeastern coastal plain. Pp. 317-363 in M. G. Barbour and W. D. Billings (eds.), North American terrestrial vegetation. Cambridge Univ. Press, N.Y. 434 pp.

Cluff, G. J. and B. A. Roundy. 1988. Germination responses of desert saltgrass to temperature and osmotic potential. J. Range Manage 41:150-153.

Cluff, G. J., R. A. Evans, and J. A. Young. 1983. Desert saltgrass seed germination and seed bed ecology. J. Range Manage. 36:419-422.

Coastal Zone Resources Division, Ocean Data Systems, Inc. 1978. Handbook for terrestrial wildlife habitat development on dredged materials. U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Exp. Stn. Tech. Rep. D-78-37.

Cohn, E. J., O. W. Van Auken, and J. K. Bush. 1989. Competitive interactions between Cynodon dactylon and Acacia smallii seedlings at different nutrient levels. Amer. Midl. Natur. 121:265-272.

Coker, P. R. 1993. Betula nigra, river birch. Arbor Age 13:26.

Cole, C. T. and D. D. Biesboer. 1992. Monomorphism, reduced gene flow, and cleistogamy in rare and common species of Lespedeza (Fabaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 79:567-575.

Conn, J. S. 1990. Seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after burial for 4.7 years in Alaska. Weed Sci. 38:134-138.

Correll, D. S. and H. B. Correll. 1972. Aquatic and wetland plants of southwestern United States. Environ. Prot. Agency, Res. and Monit., Water Pollut. Control Res. Series, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington, D.C. 1777 pp.

Correll, D. S. and M. C. Johnston. 1979. Manual of the vascular plants of Texas, 2nd printing. Univ. of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, 1881 pp.

Courtenay, B. and J. H. Zimmerman. 1972. Wildflowers and weeds. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York, N.Y. 144 pp.

Cox, J. R. 1988. Seasonal burning and mowing impacts on Sporobolus wrightii grasslands. J. Range Manage. 41:12-15.

Cox, P. W. and P. Leslie. 1988. Texas trees. Corona Publ. Co., San Antonio. 374 pp.

Crane, E., P. Walker, and R. Day. 1984. Directory of important world honey sources. Int. Bee Res. Assoc., London, 384 pp.

Crawford, D. J., E. B. Smith, and R. E. Pilatowski. 1984. Isozymes of Coreopsis section Calliopsis (Compositae): Genetic variation within and divergence among the species. Brittonia 36:375-381.

Cresswell, J. E. 1990. How and why do nectar-foraging bumblebees initiate movements between inflorescences of wild bergamot Monarda fistulosa (Lamiaceae)? Oecologia 82:450-460.

Cross, D. H. and K. L. Fleming. 1989. Control of Phragmites or common reed. U.S. Dept. Interior, Fish and Wildl., Fish and Wildl. Leaflet 13. Washington, D.C.

Cushwa, C. T., R. E. Martin, and R. L. Miller. 1968. The effects of fire on seed germination. J. Range Manage. 21:250-254.

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De Steven, D. 1991b. Experiments on mechanisms of tree establishment in an old-field succession: seedling growth and survival. Ecol. 72:1076-1088.

Debell, D. S. and A. W. Naylor. 1972. Some factors affecting germination of swamp tupelo seeds. Ecol. 53:504-506.

Deschenes, J. and J. B. Serodes. 1985. The influence of salinity on Scirpus americanus tidal marshes in the St. Lawrence River estuary, Quebec. Can. J. Bot. 63:920-927.

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Dietz, D. R., C. H. Wasser, P. L. Dittberner, and C. O. Martin. 1992. "Maximilian Sunflower (Helianthus maximiliani): Section 7.4.3., US Army Corps of Engineers Wildl. Resour. Manage. Man.," Tech. Rep. EL-92-16, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Exp. Stn., Vicksburg, Miss. 25 pp.

Dirr, M. A. 1990. Effects of P-ITB and IBA on the rooting response of 19 landscape taxa. J. Env. Hort. 8:83-85.

Doumele, D. G. 1981. Primary production and seasonal aspects of emergent plants in a tidal freshwater marsh. Estuaries 4:139-141.

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Elakovich, S. D. and J. W. Wooten. 1987. An examination of the phytotoxicity of the water shield, Brasenia schreberi. J. Chem. Ecol. 13:1935-1940.

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Enquist, M. 1987. Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country. Lone Star Bot., Austin, Tex. 275 pp.

Everitt, J. H. 1983a. Seed germination characteristics of three woody plant species from south Texas. J. Range Manage. 36:246-249.

Everitt, J. H. 1983b. Seed germination characteristics of two wood legumes (retama and twisted acacia) from south Texas. J. Range Manage. 36:411-414.

Everitt, J. H. 1984. Germination of Texas Persimmon seed. J. Range Manage. 37:189-191.

Everitt, J. H. and R. Villarreal. 1987. Detecting huisache (Acacia farnesiana) and Mexican Palo-verde (Parkinsonia aculeata) by aerial photography. Weed Sci. 35:427-432.

Everitt, J. H., M. A. Alaniz, and A. H. Gerbermann. 1982. Chemical composition of native range grasses growing on saline soils of the south Texas plains. J. Range Manage. 35:43-46.

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Flenniken, K. S. and T. E. Fulbright. 1987. Effects of temperature, light, and scarification on germination of Brownseed Paspalum seeds. J. Range Manage. 40:175-179.

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