The Genus Eschscholzia

California Poppies and Their Relatives

Bibliography for Eschscholzia

Publications by Curtis Clark and coauthors
  1. Clark, C. 1978a. Evolution of the desert species of Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae). Botanical Society of America, Misc. Ser., Publ. 156. [pdf, 162 kb]
  2. Clark, C. 1978b. Pollen shed as tetrads by plants of Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae). Madroño 25:59-60. [pdf, 150 kb]
  3. Clark, C. 1978c. Systematic studies of Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae). I. The origin and affinities of E. mexicana. Syst. Bot. 3:374-385. [pdf, 708 kb]
  4. Clark, C. 1979. Ultraviolet absorption by flowers of the Eschscholzioideae (Papaveraceae). Madroño 26:22-25. [pdf, 223 kb]
  5. Clark, C. 1980. Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae): An evolutionary conspectus. Pacific Division AAAS, 61st Annual Meeting, Abstracts.
  6. Clark, C. 1986. Eschscholzia lemmonii ssp. kernensis : a new combination for the Tejon poppy. Madroño 33:224-225. [pdf, 156 kb]
  7. Clark, Curtis. 1993. Papaveraceae. in The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California, ed. James C. Hickman. Univ. California.
  8. Clark, Curtis. 1996. Species of Argemone, Dendromecon, Eschscholzia, Glaucium, Meconella, Platystemon, Roemeria, Romneya. in World of Plants, Weekly Encyclopedia, # 91. Asahi Shimbun Press. [in Japanese]
  9. Clark, Curtis. 1997a. Portions of Papaveraceae. in Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Flora of North America, Volume 3: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Oxford University Press.
  10. Clark, Curtis. 1997b. The genus Eschscholzia. in O'Brien, Bart C., Lorrae C. Fuentes, and Lydia F. Newcombe, eds., Out of the Wild and Into the Garden II: A Symposium of California's Horticulturally Significant Plants, March 9-11, 1995. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Occasional Publications No. 2. 261 pp.
  11. Clark, C., and G. L. Webster. 1980. Noteworthy collections: Eschscholzia californica Chamisso ssp. mexicana (Greene) C. Clark (Papaveraceae). Madroño 27:180.
  12. Clark, C., and J. A. Jernstedt. 1978. Systematic studies of Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae). II. Seed coat microsculpturing. Syst. Bot. 3:386-402. [pdf, 1743 kb]
  13. Clark, C., and M. Faull. 1989. Reevaluation of the Eschscholzia minutiflora autopolyploid complex (Papaveraceae). Amer. J. Bot. 76(6), Supplement, p. 232.
  14. Clark, C., and M. Faull. 1991. A new subspecies and a new combination in Eschscholzia minutiflora (Papaveraceae). Madroño 38:73-79. [pdf, 293 kb]
  15. Clark, C., and N. A. Charest. 1992a. Comparison of annual and perennial Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae) at the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Crossosoma 18(2):19-26.
  16. Clark, C., and N. A. Charest. 1992b. Vegetation survey of the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Crossosoma 18(1):15-24.
  17. Jernstedt, J. A., and C. Clark. 1978. Stomata on the seed coats of Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae). Botanical Society of America, Misc. Ser., Publ. 156. [pdf, 131 kb]
  18. Jernstedt, J. A., and C. Clark. 1979. Stomata on the fruits and seeds of Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae). Amer. J. Bot. 66:586-590. [pdf, 615 kb]
  19. Ownbey, G. B., J. W. Brasher, and C. Clark. 1998. A new flora for Arizona in preparation: Papaveraceae. J. Arizona-Nevada Acad. Sci. 30(2):120-132. [pdf, 1001 kb]
Systematics, evolution, ecology
  1. Beatty, A. V. 1936. Genetic studies on the California Poppy. J. Heredity 27:330-338.
  2. Cook, S. A. 1961. Aspects of the Biology of Eschscholzia californica Cham. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley.
  3. Cook, S. A. 1962. Genetic system, variation, and adaptation in Eschscholzia californica. Evolution 16:278-299.
  4. Douwes, H. 1943. Een genetisch-chemisch onderzoek van Eschscholtzia californica Cham. Genetica 23:353-464.
  5. Ernst, W. R. 1959. Chromosome numbers of some Papaveraceae. Contr. Dudley Herb. 5:137-139.
  6. Ernst, W.R. 1962. A comparative morphology of the Papaveraceae. Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.
  7. Ernst, W. R. 1964. The genus Eschscholzia in the south Coast Ranges of California. Madroño 17:281-294.
  8. Frias, L.D., R. Godoy, P. Iturra, N. Pacheco, G.L. Stebbins. l975. Polymorphism and geographic variation of flower color in Chilean populations of Eschscholzia californica. Pl. Syst. Evol. 123(3).
  9. Goldthwaite, J.J., J.C. Bristol, A.C. Gentile, R.M. Klein. 1971. Light-suppressed germination of California poppy seed. Can. J. Bot. 49(9): 1655-1659.
  10. Gould, R. 1976. The California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica)--garden hybrids. Pacific Horticulture 37(1):6-8.
  11. Greene, E. L. 1905. Revision of Eschscholzia. Pittonia 5:205-308.
  12. Gunn, P. 1978. California poppy (Eschscholzia californica)--golden poppy of the Golden State. Flower and Garden. Western Edition. 22(12):38-39.
  13. Jepson, W. L. 1922. A flora of California. Part VII. Published by the author, Berkeley.
  14. Lewis, H. and R. Snow. 1951. A cytotaxonomic approach to Eschscholzia. Madroño 11:141-143.
  15. McClintock, E. 1976. The California poppy (Eschscholzia californica)--natural history. Pacific Horticulture 37(1):3-5.
  16. Mosquin, T. 1961. Eschscholzia covillei Greene, a tetraploid species from the Mojave Desert. Madroño 16:91-96.
  17. Potter, C. H. 1970. Annuals and perennials: Marguerite daisies, California poppy, pampas grass. Amer. Nurseryman 131(2):13, 85-89.
  18. Ratliffe, R. D. 1972. More California poppy in stubble-field than in old field. Berkeley: Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 4pp.
  19. Ratliffe, R. D. and R. L. Hubbard. 1975. Clipping affects flowering of California poppy at two growth stages. Berkeley: Forest Service. U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 4 pp.
  20. Ratliffe, R. D. and S. E. Westfall. 1976. Disturbance--not protection--may benefit culture of California poppy--Eschscholzia californica var. peninsularis. Hortscience 11(3):210-212.
  21. Sachar, R. C. and H. Y. Mohan Ram. 1958. The embryology of Eschscholzia californica Cham. Phytomorphology 8:114-124.
  22. Schmidt, M. G. and E. D. California native plants. California Natural History Guides. No. 45. 366 pp.
  23. Sharma, R. and K. K. Nanda. 1976. Effect of photoperiod on growth and development of Eschscholzia californica Cham. Indian J. Pl. Physiol. 19(2):202-206.
  24. Smith, E. E. 1902. The golden poppy. Murdock Press, San Francisco.
  25. Solberg, J. 1979-80. Desert herbs. Dry Country News 4:28-30.
  26. Twisselmann, E. C. 1967. A flora of Kern County, California. Univ. San Francisco.
  27. Wright, G. M. 1979. Self-incompatibility in Eschscholzia californica. Heredity 43(3):429-431.
Other references
  1. Andrewes, A. G., G. Englert, G. Borch, H. H. Strain and S. Liaaen-Jensen. 1979. Absolute configuration of eschscholtzxanthin. Phytochemistry 18(2):303-309.
  2. Batygin, N. F. and M. T. Seregina. 1979. Changes in radio resistance of plants of the labiate and poppy families in ontogenesis. Radiobiologiya 19(6):930- 934.
  3. Fougere-Rifot, M. 1981. Intercellular relations and wall structures in mature embryo sacs of four species of angiosperms (Aquilegia vulgaris, Eschscholzia californica, Chelidonium majus, radishes). Acta Soc. Bot. Poloniae 50:131-138.
  4. Gabara, B. 1982. Effect of morphactin (IT 3456) on pollen germination and pollen tube growth in four species of angiosperms. Acta Soc. Bot. Polonaie 51(2):179-185.
  5. Kavathekar, A. K. and P. S. Ganapathy. 1973. Embryoid differentiation in Eschscholzia californica. Curr. Sci. 42(19):671-673.
  6. Kavathekar, A. K. , P. S. Ganapathy, and B.M. Johri. 1977. Chilling induces development of embyroids into plantlets in Eschscholzia. Z. Pflanzenphysiol. 81(4):358-363.
  7. Kavathekar, A. K., P. S. Gangapathy, and B.M. Johri. 1978. In vitro responses of embryoids of Eschscholzia californica. Biol. Pl. 20(2):98-106.
  8. Lehmann, H., H. Bohm, and H. R. Scutte. 1983. The metabolism of abscisic acid in cell cultures of various plant species. Z. Pflanzenphysiol. 109(5):423-428.
  9. Miller, J. M. and E. E. Conn. 1980. Metabolism of hydrogen cyanide by higher plants. Pl. Physiol. 65(6):1199-1202.
  10. Nanda, K. K. and R. Sharma. 1976. Effects of gibberellic acid and cyclic 3',5'-adenosine monophosphate on the flowering of Eschscholzia californica Cham., a qualitative long day plant. Pl. Cell Physiol. 17(5):1093-1095.
  11. Neamtu, G. and C. Bodea. 1973. Contributii la biosinteza carotenoidelor. VI. Biosinteza carotenoidelor din Eschscholzia californica (Contributions to the biosynthesis of carotenoids. VI. Biosynthesis of carotenoids in Eschscholzia californica.) Stud. Cercet. Biochim. 16(2):171-179.
  12. Nichols, P. J. 1967. White honey from black honey bees: stimulative feeding on Eschscholzia californica, mesquite in Arizona, USA. Gleanings Bee Cult. 95(8):471-504.
  13. Pinkava, D. J., T. Reeves, E. Lehto, and L. A. McGill. 1979. Plants new to Arizona flora. VII. Chromosome counts and new distribution records of noteworthy species. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science Journal 14(2):37-38.
  14. Sharma, S. and M. B. Singh. 1979. Studies on the physiology of pollen and pollen tube growth. IV. Eschscholzia californica Cham. Folia histochem. cytochem. 16(1):99-103.
  15. Slavik, J. and L. Dolejs. 1973. Alkaloids of the Papaveraceae. LII. The constitution of escholinine and the identity of escholine with magnoflorine. (Eschscholzia californica). Collect. Czech. Chem. Commun. 38(11):3514-3520.
  16. Tewari, H. B., C. P. Malik, and P. P. Sood. 1972. Histochemical studies on the distribution of 5-nucleotidase in the germinating pollen grains of Eschscholzia californica Cham. Biol. Plant. 14(4):269-272.
  17. Van Valen, F. 1978. Contribution to the knowledge of cyanogenesis in angiosperms, Part 9: Cyanogenesis in Papaverales. Proc. K. Ned. Akad. Wet. Ser. C, Biol. Med. Sci. 81(4):492-499.