Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Ernest Beal, Gary Dillard, Kenneth Nicely, Noland Fields
Department of Biology
Master of Science
The genus Scirpus was analyzed according to species occurrence and physiographic distribution in the State of Kentucky. The morphology of three taxonomic problem complexes, Scirpus atrovirens-georgianus, Scirpus validus-acutus, and Scirpus cyperinus-eriophorum-pelius-pedicellatus was evaluated to determine whether or not their components are distinct among the Kentucky specimens. Remaining taxa were likewise evaluated and identified. A key to Scirpus in Kentucky and a taxonomic treatment are presented.
Biology | Botany | Life Sciences | Plant Biology | Plant Sciences
Arnold, Sally, "A Taxonomic & Physiographic Survey of Scirpus in Kentucky with Problem Species Complex Analysis" (1979). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2119.