Folia Geobotanica

, Volume 31, Issue 1, pp 1–6 | Cite as

Wetland plants as a subject of interdisciplinary research

  • Roland Brändle
  • Jan Pokorný
  • Jan Květ
  • Hana Čížková


Anoxia Flooding Internal aeration Metabolic adaptations Phragmites decline 


Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.


  1. Ambrož J. (1938): Flóra tůní a tekoucích vod v oblasti Třeboňské (The flora of pools and running water bodies in the Třeboň region).Čas. Nár. Mus., Odd. Přír. 112: 278–293.Google Scholar
  2. Ambrož J. (1939): Květena obnažené půdy rybničné v oblasti třeboňské, (The flora of bare soil habitats in fishponds of the Třeboň region).Sborn. Přír. Klubu Jihlava 2: 1–82.Google Scholar
  3. Armstrong J. &Armstrong W. (1991): A convective through-flow of gasses inPhragmites australis (Cav.)Trin. exSteud.Aquatic Bot. 39: 75–88.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Armstrong W., Braendle R. &Jackson M.B. (1994): Mechanisms of flood tolerance in plants.Acta Bot. Neerl. 43: 307–358.Google Scholar
  5. Braendle R. &Crawford R.M.M. (1987): Rhizome anoxia tolerance and habitat specialization in wetland plants. In:Crawford R.M.M. (ed.),Plant life in aquatic and amphibious habitats. Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 397–410.Google Scholar
  6. Crawford R.M.M. &Brändle R. (1996): Oxygen deprivation stress in a changing environment.J. Exp. Bot. 47: 145–159.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  7. Dykyjová D. &Kvêt J. (ed.) (1978):Pond littoral ecosystems, structure and functioning. Ecological Studies 28. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.Google Scholar
  8. Gambrell R.P. &Patrick W.H. (1978): Chemical and microbial properties of anaerobic soils and sediments. In:Hook D.D. &Crawford R.M.M. (ed.),Plant life in anaerobic environments. Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor, pp. 375–423.Google Scholar
  9. Grosse W., Büchel H.B. &Tiebel H. (1991): Pressurized ventilation in wetland plants.Aquatic Bot. 39: 89–98.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Hejný S. (1960):Ökologische Charakteristik der Wasser- und Sumpfpflanzen in den slowakischen Tiefebenen (Donau- und Theissgebiet) Vydavatel'stvo SAV, Bratislava.Google Scholar
  11. Hejný S. (1971): The dynamic characteristic of littoral vegetation with respect to changes of water level.Hidrobiologia 12: 71–88.Google Scholar
  12. Hejný S., Raspopov I.M. &Květ J. (ed.) (1986):Studies on shallow lakes and ponds. Academia, Praha.Google Scholar
  13. Jeník J. &Květ J. (1983): Long-term research in the Třeboň biosphere reserve, Czechoslovakia. In:di Castri F., Baker F.W.G. &Hadley M. (ed.),Ecology in practice, 1. Tycooly, Dublin, pp. 437–459.Google Scholar
  14. Justin S.H.F.W. &Armstrong W. (1987): The anatomical characteristics of roots and plant response to waterlogging.New Phytol. 106: 465–495.Google Scholar
  15. Končalová H. (1990): Anatomical adaptations to waterlogging in roots of wetland graminoids: limitations and drawbacks.Aquatic Bot. 38: 127–134.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Mendelssohn I.A., McKee K.L. &Patrick W.H. Jr. (1981): Oxygen deficiency inSpartina alterniflora roots: Metabolic adaptations to anoxia.Science 214: 439–441.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  17. Neuhäusl R. (1965): Vegetation der Röhrichte und der sublittoralen Magnocariceten im Wittingauer Becken. In:Neuhäusl R., Moravec J. &Neuhäuslová-Novotná Z. (ed.),Synökologische Studien über Röhrichte, Wiesen und Auenwälder. Academia, Praha, pp. 11–177.Google Scholar
  18. Ostendorp W. (1989): “Die-back” of reeds in Europe—a critical review of literature.Aquatic Bot. 35: 5–26.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  19. Ponnamperuma F.N. (1984): Effects of flooding on soils. In:Kozlowski T.T. (ed.),Flooding and plant growth. Academic Press, Orlando, pp. 10–46.Google Scholar
  20. Sculthorpe C.D. (1967):The biology of aquatic vascular plants. Arnold, London.Google Scholar
  21. Šusta J. (1898):Fünf Jahrhunderte der Teichwirtschaft in Wittingau. Herrcke u. Lebeling, Stettin.Google Scholar
  22. Wetzel R.G. (1975).Limnology. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • Roland Brändle
    • 1
  • Jan Pokorný
    • 2
  • Jan Květ
    • 2
  • Hana Čížková
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of Plant PhysiologyUniversity of BernBernSwitzerland
  2. 2.Institute of BotanyAcademy of Sciences of the Czech RepublicTŕeboňCzech Republic

Personalised recommendations