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Sago Pondweed (Potamogeton pectinatus L.):
A Literature Review

References M-Z




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Additional Reading

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Elakovich, S. D., and J. W. Wooten. 1987. Use of allelopathy for aquatic plant 
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Getsinger, K. D. 1988. Development of herbicide application techniques for flowing 
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Godshalk, G. L., and J. W. Barko. 1988. Effects of winter drawdown on submersed 
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Guo, Y-H, and C. D. K. Cook. 1989. Pollination efficiency of Potamogeton pectinatus 
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Madsen, J. D., and M. S. Adams. 1988. The germination of Potamogeton pectinatus 
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Moen, R. A., and Y. Cohen. 1989. Growth and competition between Potamogeton 
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Sand-Jensen, K. 1989. Environmental variables and their effect on photosynthesis 
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Spencer, D. F., G. G. Ksander, and L. C. Whitehand. 1989. Sago pondweed (Potamogeton 
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Winter, K. 1978. Short-term fixation of 14Carbon by the submerged angiosperm 
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