Brassicaceae References

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  • Morton, J.K. & Venn, J.M. (1990) A checklist of the flora of Ontario. Cruciferae. Department of Biology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario. pp. 107-113.
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  • Mulligan, G.A. (1961) The genus Lepidium in Canada. Madroño 16: 77-90.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1964) Chromosome numbers of the family Cruciferae. I. Can. Jour. Bot. 42: 1509-1519.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1970a) Cytotaxonomic studies of Draba glabella and its close allies in Canada and Alaska. Can. Jour. Bot. 48: 1431-1437.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1970b) A new species of Draba in the Kananaskis Range of southwestern Alberta. Can. Jour. Bot. 48: 1897-1898.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1971a) Cytotaxonomic studies of the closely allied Draba cana , D. cinerea , and D. groenlandica in Canada and Alaska. Can. Jour. Bot. 49: 89-93.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1971b) Cytotaxonomic studies of Draba species of Canada and Alaska: D. ventosa, D. ruaxes , and D. paysonii . Can. Jour. Bot. 49: 1455-1460.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1974a) Confusion in the names of three Draba species of the arctic: D. adamsii, D. oblongata , and D. corymbosa . Can. Jour. Bot. 52: 791-793.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1974b) Cytotaxonomic studies of Draba nivalis and its close allies in Canada and Alaska. Can. Jour. Bot. 52: 1793-1801.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1975) Draba crassifolia, D. albertina, D. nemorosa , and D. stenoloba in Canada and Alaska. Can. Jour. Bot. 53: 745-751.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1976) The genus Draba in Canada and Alaska: key and summary. Can. Jour. Bot. 54: 1386-1393.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1978) Barbarea stricta Andrz., a new introduction to Quebec. Naturaliste can. 105: 297-298.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1979) Four new species of Draba in northwestern North America. Can. Jour. Bot. 57: 1873-1875.
  • Mulligan, G.A. (1996) Synopsis of the genus Arabis (Brassicaceae) in Canada, Alaska and Greenland. Rhodora 97: 109-163.
  • Mulligan, G.A. & Bailey, L.G. (1975) The biology of Canadian weeds. 8. Sinapis arvensis L. Can. Jour. Plant Sci. 55: 171-183.
  • Mulligan, G.A. & Calder, J.A. (1964) The genus Subularia (Cruciferae). Rhodora 66: 127-135.
  • Mulligan, G.A. & Cody, W.J. (1968) Draba norvegica, disjunct to the Mackenzie District, Northwest Territories, Canada. Can. Jour. Bot. 46: 1334-1335.
  • Mulligan, GA. & Cody, W.J. (1995) New information on the problem of Asiatic cress, Rorippa crystallina Rollins (Brassicaceae). Can. Field-Naturalist 109: 111-112
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  • Mulligan, G.A. & Porsild, A.E. (1966) Rorippa calycina in the Northwest Territories. Can. Jour. Bot. 44: 1105-1106.
  • Mulligan, G.A. & Porsild, A.E. (1969) A new species of Lesquerella (Cruciferae) in northwestern Canada. Can. Jour. Bot. 47: 215-216.
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  • Rouleau, E. & Lamoureux, G. (1992) Atlas of the vascular plants of the island of Newfoundland and of the islands of St. Pierre et Miquelon. Fleurbec, Saint-Henri-de- Lévis, Québec. Maps 226-276.
  • Rousseau, C. (1968) Histoire, habitat et distribution de 220 plantes introduites au Québec. Naturaliste Canadien 95: 49-169.
  • Sabourin, A., Bertrand, M., Auger, P., Bonkowski. M. & Paquette, D. (1991) Guide des crucifères sauvages de l'est du Canada (Québec, Ontario et Maritimes). Les Amis du Jardin Botanique, Montréal, Québec. 249 pp.
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