A Checklist of the Aquatic and Wetland Vascular Plants of Iowa: II. Monocotyledons, plus a summary of the geographic and habitat distribution of all aquatic and wetland species in Iowa

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1978-12-01
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Lammers, Thomas
van der Valk, A. G.
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van der Valk, Arnold
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The Botany Graduate Program offers work for the degrees Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy with a graduate major in Botany, and minor work for students majoring in other departments or graduate programs. Within the Botany Graduate Major, one of the following areas of specialization may be designated: aquatic and wetland ecology, cytology, ecology, morphology, mycology, physiology and molecular biology, or systematics and evolution. Relevant graduate courses that may be counted toward completion of these degrees are offered by the Departments of EEOB and GDCB, and by other departments and programs. The specific requirements for each student’s course distribution and research activities are set by the Program of Study Committee established for each student individually, and must satisfy all requirements of the Graduate College (See Index). GRE (and if necessary, TOEFL) scores are required of all applicants; students are encouraged to contact faculty prior to application.
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A total of 188 monocotyledons are considered aquatic or wetland species in Iowa. For each species, information is given on its synonymy, habitat, frequency of occurrence and distribution (including a distribution map). This information was obtained primarily from published floristic surveys. The geographic and habitat distributions of all aquatic and wetland species in Iowa are also discussed.

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This article is published as Lammers, T. G. and A. G. van der Valk. 1978. A checklist of the aquatic and wetland plants of Iowa. II. Monocotyledons, plus a summary of the geographic and habitat distribution of all aquatic and wetland species in Iowa. Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science 85:121-163. Posted with permission.

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