Hypericum online

A site dedicated to Hypericum – The St John’s Worts

Literature

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Kogi, M1984A karyomorphological study of the genus Hypericum (Hypericaceae) in Japan.
Kowal, T, Pic, S, Wesolowska, M, Buk, B, Rydzewska, H1977The distribution and abundance of natural locations of Centaurium umbellatum Gilib., Frangula alnus Mill., Helichrysum arenarium (L.) Moench, and Hypericum perforatum L., in the area of voivodships of Poznan, Konin, Leszno, and Kalisz.
Kozhevnikov, AE, Kozhevnikova, ZV2001Hypericum laxum (Hypericaceae), a new species for the flora of Russia (Primorsky Territory).
Kuginuki, F, Namba, T1993Pharmacognostical studies on the folk medicine in Japan: 10. On "Otogiri-so". Anatomical features of leaves and stems of Hypericum and Triadenum (Hypericaceae): 1.
Kuginuki, F, Namba, T1993Pharmacognostical studies on the folk medicine in Japan: 13. On "Otogiri-so". Anatomical features of leaves and stems of genus Hypericum (Hypericaceae): 2.
Kusari, S, Sezgin, S, Nigutova, K, Cellarova, E, Spiteller, M2015Spatial chemo-profiling of hypericin and related phytochemicals in Hypericum species using MALDI-HRMS imaging
C de la Guardia, D, others, and1994Estudios palinologicos en Dilleniidae del sureste de la peninsula Iberica.
Lancaster, R, Robson, N1997Bowls of beauty.
Leonova, TG1991Rod Hypericum L. (Hypericaceae) vo flore Kavkaza. (De genere Hypericum L. (Hypericaceae) in flora Caucasi.)
Li, ZY1988Two new varieties from China.
Liang, X1998Research advances in Hypericum.
Liston, A1985Discoveries in the Flora of Israel. New floristic records from Mt. Hermon and northern Golan.
Lousley, JE1971Hypericum canadense L. in England.
K Lozykowska, S, Dabrowska, J1996Topaz: Polska odmiana dziurawca zwyczajnego (Hypericum perforatum L.) (Topaz: the Polish variety of St. John Wort (Hypericum perforatum L.).)
Lu, HF, Cheng, CG, Tang, X, Hu, ZH2004FTIR spectrum of Hypericum and Triadenum with reference to their identification.
Lu, HF, Hu, ZH2001Comparative anatomy of secretory structures of leaves in Hypericum L.
Madalski, J1982Guttiferae.
Maffi, L, Benvenuti, S, R Fornasiero, B, Bianchi, A, Melegari, M2001Inter-population variability of secondary metabolites in Hypericum spp. (Hypericaceae) of the northern Apennines, Italy.
Malesiana, FFlora1972Identification lists of Malaysian specimens: 42-46.
M Martin, G1995Germinacion y requerimientos de luz de especies del genero Hypericum L. en las islas Canarias.
Martonfi, P2001New species of the genus Hypericum sect. Hypericum (Guttiferae) from Slovakia.
Martonfi, P, Michalek, J, Hadinec, J, Martonfiova, L, Repcak, M1999Hypericum dubium: a new species of the Czech flora.
Martonfi, P, Repcak, M, Ciccarelli, D, Garbari, F2001Hypericum perforatum L.: chemotype without rutin from Italy.
Martonfi, P, Repcak, M, Mihokova, L1996Hypericum maculatum Crantz subsp. maculatum x H. perforatum L. (Hypericaceae): corroboration of natural hybridization by secondary metabolite analysis.
Martonfi, P, Repcak, M, Zanvit, P2006Secondary metabolites variation in Hypericum maculatum and its relatives.
A de Mera, G, Orellana, JAVincente, Deil, U1997Hypericum androsaemum L. (Guttiferae), nueva especie para la flora de Marruecos.
Meseguer, AS, Lobo, JM, Ree, R, Beerling, DJ, Sanmartin, I20152015Integrating Fossils, Phylogenies, and Niche Models into Biogeography to Reveal Ancient Evolutionary History: The Case of Hypericum (Hypericaceae)
Meyer, FK1978Hypericum haplophylloides Hal. et Bald. - eine seltene Pflanze der westlichen Balkan-Halbinsel.
K Murthy, SRama, S Rani, S, Pullaiah, T2004Hypericum gaitii Haines (Hypericaceae), a new record for southern peninsular India.
Nicoli, RM, Russo, A1971Glanures corses: 9. Vieux usages medicaux insulaires: Hypericum hircinum L. 1753, vulneraire (Androsaemum hircinum Spach, 1836).
Nogueira, T, Duarte, F, Tavares, R, Curto, MJMarcelo, Bicchi, C, Rubiolo, P, Capelo, J, Lousa, M2000Quimiotaxonomia do genero Hypericum L. em Portugal continental. (Chemotaxonomy of the Hypericum L. genus in continental Portugal.)
Nor, C, Albring, D, Ferraz, ABF, Schripsema, J, Pires, V, Sonnet, P, Guillaume, D, von Poser, GL2004Phloroglucinol derivatives from four Hypericum species belonging to the Trigynobrathys section.
A Nunez, R1985Taxonomia de Hypericum hyssopifolium Chaix y especies relacionadas.
A Nunez, R1984Taxonomia de Hypericum hircinum L. var. Cambessedesii (Cosson ex Barcelo) Ramos.
A Nunez, R1983Estudio biosistematico del genero Hypericum L. (Guttiferae) en la Peninsula Iberica e Islas Baleares: 1. Caracteres seminales.
Nürk, NM, Blattner, FR2010Cladistic analysis of morphological characters in Hypericum (Hypericaceae)
Nürk, NM, Crockett, SL2011Morphological and phytochemical diversity among Hypericum species of the Mediterranean basin
Nürk, NM, Madriñán, S, Carine, MA, Chase, MW, Blattner, FR2013Molecular phylogenetics and morphological evolution of St. John's wort (Hypericum; Hypericaceae)
Nürk, NM, Scheriau, C, Madriñán, S2013Explosive radiation in high Andean Hypericum– Rates of diversification among New World lineages
Nürk, NM, Uribe-Convers, S, Gehrke, B, Tank, DC, Blattner, FR2015Oligocene niche shift, Miocene diversification - Cold tolerance and accelerated speciation rates in the St. John's Worts (Hypericum, Hypericaceae)
Ocana, AMFernandez, C Lopez, F1995El genero Hypericum en el herbario Jaen en 1993.
Ohba, T, Kimura, Y2000Hypericum mutilum L., naturalized in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
Ornduff, R1979The genetics of heterostyly in Hypericum aegypticum.
Ornduff, R1975Heterostyly and pollen flow in Hypericum aegypticum (Guttiferae).
A Oterino, G, Lainz, M, Menendez, JJLastra, Mayor, M1997Sobre Hypericum tetrapterum Fr. e H. undulatum Schousb. ex Willd. en Asturias.
Park, SJ, Kim, KJ2005Two new species of Hypericum (Clusiaceae) from Korea.
Park, SJ, Kim, KJ2004Molecular phylogeny of the genus Hypericum (Hypericaceae) from Korea and Japan: evidence from nuclear rDNA ITS sequence data.
Passalacqua, N1992Segnalazioni floristiche italiane: 628-630.
Pesmen, H1980Six new species from Anatolia.
Petrakis, PV, Couladis, M, Roussis, V2005A method for detecting the biosystematic significance of the essential oil composition: the case of five Hellenic Hypericum L. species.

Pages

Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith