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    1. Barrat-Segretain, Marie-Helene; Bornette, Gudrun., 2000. Regeneration and colonization abilities of aquatic plant fragments: Effect of disturbance seasonality. Hydrobiologia. 421(1-3). March 1, 2000. 31-39.

    2. Barrat-Segretain, Marie-Helene; Cellot, Bemard., 2007. Response of invasive macrophyte species to drawdown: The case of Elodea sp. Aquatic Botany. 87(4). NOV 2007. 255-261.

    3. Bowmer, H. Kathleen, S.W.L. Jacobs & G.R. Sainty., 1995. Identification, Biology and Management of Elodea canadensis, Hydrocharitaceae. J. Aquat. Plant Manage. 33: 13-19 1995

    4. Bowmer, K., Jacobs, S.W.L & Sainty, G.R. 1995. Identification, biology, and management of Elodea Canadensis, Hydrocharitaceae. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 33: 13-19.
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    6. Champion, Paul D., Hofstra, Deborah E. & Clayton, John S. 2007. Border control for potential aquatic weeds. Stage 3. Weed risk management. Science & Technical Publishing New Zealand Department of Conservation. 2007.
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    9. Glomski, Lee Ann M.; Skogerboe, John G.; Getsinger, Kurt D., 2005. Comparative efficacy of diquat for control of two members of the hydrocharitaceae: Elodea and Hydrilla. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management. 43 JUL 2005. 103-105.
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    13. Josefsson, Melanie; Andersson, Berta., 2001. The environmental consequences of alien species in the Swedish lakes Malaren, Hjalmaren, Vanern and Vattern. Ambio. 30(8). December, 2001. 514-521.

    14. Larson, D. 2007. Non-indigenous Freshwater Plants – Patterns, Processes and Risk Evaluation. Doctoral dissertation. ISSN 1652-6880, ISBN 91-576-7314-5.
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    16. Riis, Tenna; Sand-Jensen, Kaj., 2006. Dispersal of plant fragments in small streams. Freshwater Biology. 51(2). FEB 2006. 274-286.

    17. Skurdal, J.; Garnas, E.; Taugbol, T., 2002. Management strategies, yield and population development of the noble crayfish Astacus astacus in Lake Steinsfjorden. Bulletin Francais de la Peche et de la Pisciculture.(367). Decembre 2002. 845-860.

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    19. Barrat-Segretain, Marie Helene; Elger, Arnaud., 2004. Experiments on growth interactions between two invasive macrophyte species. Journal of Vegetation Science. 15(1). February 2004. 109-114.

    20. Barrat-Segretain, Marie-Helene., 2001. Invasive species in the Rhone River floodplain (France): Replacement of Elodea canadensis Michaux by E. nuttallii St. John in two former river channels. Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie. 152(2). September, 2001. 237-251.

    21. Barrat-Segretain, Marie-Helene., 2004. Growth of Elodea canadensis and Elodea nuttallii in monocultures and mixture under different light and nutrient conditions. Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie. 161(1). September 2004. 133-144.

    22. Barrat-Segretain, Marie-Helene., 2005. Competition between invasive and indigenous species: impact of spatial pattern and developmental stage. Plant Ecology. 180(2). OCT 2005. 153-160.

    23. Barrat-Segretain, Marie-Helene; Elger, Arnaud; Sagnes, Pierre; Puijalon, Sara., 2002. Comparison of three life-history traits of invasive Elodea canadensis Michx. and Elodea nuttallii (Planch.) H. St. John. Aquatic Botany. 74(4). December 2002. 299-313.

    24. Barrat-Segretain, Marie-Helene; Lemoine, Damien G., 2007. Can snail herbivory influence the outcome of competition between Elodea species? Aquatic Botany. 86(2). FEB 2007. 157-162

    25. CABI Bioscience Switzerland Centre report to The Swiss Agency for Environment, Forests and Landscape SAEFL Delemont. 2005. An inventory of alien species and their threat to biodiversity and economy in Switzerland. 2005.

    26. Cassandra S. James; Eaton, John W.; Hardwick, Keith., 2006. Responses of three invasive aquatic macrophytes to nutrient enrichment do not explain their observed field displacements. Aquatic Botany. 84(4). MAY 2006. 347-353.

    27. Cook, C.D.K. & Urmi-König, K. 1985. A revision of the genus Elodea (Hydrocharitaceae). Aquatic Botany 21: 111-156.
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    29. Erhard, Daniela; Gross, Elisabeth M., 2006. Allelopathic activity of Elodea canadensis and Elodea nuttallii against epiphytes and phytoplankton. Aquatic Botany. 85(3). OCT 2006. 203-211.

    30. Eugelink, A.H. 1998.Phosphorus uptake and active growth of Elodea canadensis Michx. and Elodea nuttallii (Planch) St. John Water Science and Technology 37(3): 59-65.
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    32. Garbey, C., Murphy, K.J., Thiebaut, G. & Muller, S. 2004. Variation in P-Content in aquatic plant tissue offers an efficient tool for determining plant growth strategies along a resource gradient. Freshwater Biology 49: 1-11.

    33. Gerber, K. & Smart, G.C., Jr. 1987. Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with aquatic vascular plants. In A. Veech & D.W. Dickson (Eds)., Vistas on Nematology (pp. 488-491).

    34. Greulich, Sabine; Tremolieres, Michele., 2006. Present distribution of the genus Elodea in the Alsatian Upper Rhine floodplain (France) with a special focus on the expansion of Elodea nuttallii St. John during recent decades. Hydrobiologia. 570 OCT 15 2006. 249-255.

    35. Herault, Bruno; Bornet, Aurelien; Tremolieres, Michele., 2008. Redundancy and niche differentiation among the European invasive Elodea species. Biological Invasions. 10(7). OCT 2008. 1099-1107.

    36. Hessen, Dag O., Jostein Skurdal & Jan E. Braathen., 2004. Plant exclusion of a herbivore; crayfish population decline caused by an invading waterweed Biological Invasions 6: 133–140, 2004.

    37. Hokstad, Ove; Skurdal, Jostein. , 1996. Spreading of freshwater organisms in Norway. Fauna (Oslo). 49(1). 1996. 10-19.
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    40. Josefsson, Melanie., 1999. Introduced organisms in Swedish freshwater environment. Fauna och Flora (Stockholm). 94(2). July, 1999. 75-84.

    41. Kelly, David J.; Hawes, Ian., 2005. Effects of invasive macrophytes on littoral-zone productivity and foodweb dynamics in a New Zealand high-country lake. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 24(2). JUN 05. 300-320.

    42. Kleiven, Einar; Dolmen, Dag., 1999. Elodea canadensis Michx in Molandsvatnet, Arendal, South Norway. Blyttia. 57(3). 1999. 117-119.

    43. Kornijow, Ryszard; Vakkilainen, Kirsi; Horppila, Jukka; Luokkanen, Eira; Kairesalo, Timo., 2005. Impacts of a submerged plant (Elodea canadensis) on interactions between roach (Rutilus rutilus) and its invertebrate prey communities in a lake littoral zone. Freshwater Biology. 50(2). February 2005. 262-276.

    44. Kozhova, O. M. and L. A. Izhboldina., 1993. Spread of Elodea canadensis in Lake Baikal. Hydrobiologia Volume 259, Number 3 / May, 1993

    45. Kozhova, Olga M. and Eugene A. Slow., 1998. The current problems of Lake Baikal ecosystem conservation. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 1998 3: 19-33

    46. Larson, D; Willen, E., 2006. Nonindigenous and invasive water plants in Sweden. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift. 100(1). 2006. 5-15.

    47. Martinsson, Karin; Jacobson, Anders., 1997. Alisma wahlenbergii in Sweden: Past and present. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift. 91(6). 1997. 599-614.

    48. Mielecki, Marcin; Pieczyska, Ewa., 2005. The influence of fragmentation on the growth of Elodea canadensis Michx. in different light conditions. Polish Journal of Ecology. 53(2). 05. 155-164.

    49. Milberg, Per., 1998. Aggressive invasive species. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift. 92(6). 1998. 313-321.
      摘要: Abstract: The characteristics of "aggressive invaders", and the possibilities to prevent them from being introduced, are discussed. Five species of vascular plants are currently considered to be aggressive invaders in Sweden: Fallopia japonica, Rosa rugosa, Impatiens glandulifera, Heracleum mantegazzianum and Elodea canadensis.
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    51. Podraza, P. 2009. Untersuchung zur Massenentwicklung von Wasserpflanzen in den Ruhrstauseen und Gegenmaßnahmen -
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    53. Riis, Tenna; Biggs, Barry J. F.; Flanagan, Marty., 2003. Seasonal changes in macrophyte biomass in South Island lowland streams, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research. 37(2). June 2003. 381-388.

    54. Rodwell, John S., Nature Conservancy Council (Great Britain), Joint Nature Conservation Committee (Great Britain). British Plant Communites: Aquatic Communities, Swamps and Tall-Herb Fens.1998. Pages 76-78.

    55. Rorslett, Bjorn., 1995. Canadian pondweed, Elodea canadensis Michx, new to West Norway. Blyttia. 53(4). 1995. 169-176.

    56. Thiebaut, G. ; Rolland, T.; Robach, F.; Tremolieres, M.; Muller, S., 1997. Some consequences of the introduction of two macrophyte species, Elodea canadensis Michaux and Elodea nuttallii St. John, in continental aquatic ecosystems: Example of two areas in the North-East of France: Alsace Plain and Northern Vosges. Bulletin Francais de la Peche et de la Pisciculture. 0 (344-345). 1997. 441-452.

    57. Thiebaut, G. 2005. Does competition for phosphorus supply explain the invasion pattern of Elodea species? Water Research 39: 3385-3393.
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    60. Wade, P. M., 1999. The impact of human activity on the aquatic macroflora of Llangorse Lake, South Wales. Aquatic Conservation. 9(5). Sept.-Oct., 1999. 441-459.
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    62. Wells, Rohan D. S.; De Winton, Mary D.; Clayton, John S., 1997. Successive macrophyte invasions within the submerged flora of Lake Tarawera, central North Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research. 31(4). Dec., 1997. 449-459.

    63. Wells, Rohan D. S; Clayton, John S; De Winton, Mary D. 1998. Submerged vegetation of Lakes Te Anau, Manapouri, Monowai, Hauroko, and Poteriteri, Fiordland, New Zealand . New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research. 32(4). Dec., 1998. 621-638.

    64. Wingfield, Ruth and Kirsten Black., undated. Species Profile. Slender naiad. F&WS 6 Slender Naiad Action Plan.

    65. Wium-Andersen, S. 1987. Allelopathy among aquatic plants. Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie 27: 167-172.
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