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Publications of Kathleen M. Pryer    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Argus, G.W. & K.M. Pryer, Rare vascular plants in Canada - our natural heritage (1990), pp. 277, Canadian Museum of Nature

Papers Published

  1. Rothfels C.J., A. Larsson, F.-W. Li, E.M. Sigel, L. Huiet, D.O. Burge, M. Ruhsam, S.W. Graham, D. Stevenson, G.K.-S. Wong, P. Korall, and K.M. Pryer, Transcriptome-mining for single-copy nuclear markers in ferns, PLoS ONE 8(10): e76957. doi:10:1371/journal.pone.0076957 (2013)
  2. León, B., C.J. Rothfels, M. Arakaki, K.R. Young, and K.M. Pryer, Revealing a cryptic fern distribution through DNA sequencing: Pityrogramma trifoliata in the western Andes of Peru, American Fern Journal, vol. 103 (2013), pp. 40-48
  3. Rothfels, C.R., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, A plastid phylogeny of the cosmopolitan fern family Cystopteridaceae (Polypodiopsida), Systematic Botany, vol. 38 (2013), pp. 295-306
  4. Korall, P. and K.M. Pryer, Global biogeography of scaly tree ferns (Cyatheaceae): evidence for Gondwanan vicariance and limited transoceanic dispersal, Journal of Biogeography, 29 Nov 2013 | doi: 10.1111/jbi.12222 (2013)
  5. Li, F.-W., K.M. Pryer, and M.D. Windham, Gaga, a new fern genus segregated from Cheilanthes (Pteridaceae), Systematic Botany, vol. 37 (2012), pp. 845-860
  6. Beck, J.B., J. Allison, K.M. Pryer, and M.D. Windham, Identifying multiple origins of polyploid taxa: a multilocus study of the hybrid cloak fern (Astrolepis integerrima; Pteridaceae), American Journal of Botany, vol. 99 (2012), pp. 1857-1865
  7. Pryer, K.M., The distinguished legacy of DMB: Donald MacPhail Britton (1923 - 2012), American Fern Journal, vol. 102 (2012), pp. in press
  8. Rothfels, C.J., A. Larsson, L.-Y. Kuo, P. Korall, W.-L. Chiou, and K.M. Pryer, Overcoming deep roots, fast rates, and short internodes to resolve the ancient rapid radiation of eupolypods II ferns, Systematic Biology, vol. 61 (2012), pp. 490-509
  9. Johnson, A.K., C.J. Rothfels, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Unique expression of a sporophytic character on the gametophytes of notholaenid ferns (Pteridaceae), American Journal of Botany, vol. 99 (2012), pp. 1118-1124
  10. Rothfels, C.J., M.A. Sundue, M. Kato, A. Larsson, L.-Y. Kuo, E. Schuettpelz, and K.M. Pryer, A revised classification for eupolypod II ferns (Polypodiales: Polypodiopsida), Taxon, vol. 61 (2012), pp. 515-533
  11. Li, F.-W., L.-Y. Kuo, C.J. Rothfels, A. Ebihara, W.-L. Chiou, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, rbcL and matK earn two thumbs up as the core DNA barcode for ferns, PLoS One 6: e26597. (2011)
  12. Wolf, P.G., J.P. Der, A.M. Duffy, J.B. Davidson, A.L. Grusz, and K.M. Pryer, The evolution of chloroplast genes and genomes in ferns, Plant Molecular Biology 76: 251–261. (2011)
  13. Sigel, E.M., M.D. Windham, L. Huiet, G. Yatskievych, and K.M. Pryer, Species relationships and farina evolution in the cheilanthoid fern genus Argyrochosma (Pteridaceae), Systematic Botany 36: 554-564. (2011)
  14. Beck, J.B., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Do asexual lineages lead short evolutionary lives? A case-study from the fern genus Astrolepis, Evolution 65: 3217-3229. (2011)
  15. Beck, J.B., M.D. Windham, G. Yatskievych, and K.M. Pryer, A diploids-first approach to species delimitation and interpreting polyploid evolution in the fern genus Astrolepis (Pteridaceae), Systematic Botany, vol. 35 (2010), pp. 223-234
  16. Korall, P., E. Schuettpelz, and K.M. Pryer, Abrupt deceleration of molecular evolution linked to the origin of arborescence in ferns, Evolution, vol. 64 (2010), pp. 2786-2792
  17. Pryer, K.M., E. Schuettpelz, L. Huiet, A.L. Grusz, C.J. Rothfels, T. Avent, D. Schwartz and M.D. Windham, DNA barcoding exposes a case of mistaken identity in the fern horticultural trade., Molecular Ecology Resources, vol. 10 (2010), pp. 979-985
  18. Schneider, H., A.R. Smith, and K.M. Pryer, Is morphology really at odds with molecules in estimating fern phylogeny?, Systematic Botany 34: 455-475 (2009)
  19. Windham, M.D., L. Huiet, E. Schuettpelz, A.L. Grusz, C. Rothfels, J. Beck, G. Yatskievych, and K.M. Pryer, Using plastid and nuclear DNA sequences to redraw generic boundaries and demystify species complexes in cheilanthoid ferns, American Fern Journal 99: 128-132. (2009)
  20. Pryer, K.M. and D.J. Hearn, Evolution of leaf form in marsileaceous ferns: evidence for heterochrony, Evolution 63: 498-513. (2009)
  21. Schuettpelz, E. and K.M. Pryer, Evidence for a Cenozoic radiation of ferns in an angiosperm-dominated canopy, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 106: 11200-11205 (cover). (2009)
  22. Grusz, A.L., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Deciphering the origins of apomictic polyploids in the Cheilanthes yavapensis complex (Pteridaceae), American Journal of Botany 96: 1636-1645. (2009)
  23. Christenhusz, M.J.M., H. Tuomisto, J.S. Metzgar, and K.M. Pryer, Evolutionary relationships within the Neotropical, eusporangiate fern genus Danaea (Marattiaceae), Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 46: 34-48. (2008)
  24. Metzgar, J.S., J.E. Skog, E.A. Zimmer, and K.M. Pryer, The paraphyly of Osmunda is confirmed by phylogenetic analyses of seven plastid loci, Systematic Botany 33: 31-36. (2008)
  25. Nagalingum, N.S., M.D. Nowak, and K.M. Pryer, Assessing phylogenetic relationships in extant heterosporous ferns (Salviniales), with a focus on Pilularia and Salvinia, Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society 157: 673-685. (2008)
  26. Rothfels, C.J., M.D. Windham, A.L. Grusz, G.J. Gastony, and K.M. Pryer, Toward a monophyletic Notholaena (Pteridaceae): Resolving patterns of evolutionary convergence in xeric-adapted ferns, Taxon 57: 712-724. (2008)
  27. Hennequin, S., E. Schuettpelz, K.M. Pryer, A. Ebihara, and J.-Y. Dubuisson., Divergence times and the evolution of epiphytism in filmy ferns (Hymenophyllaceae) revisited, International Journal of Plant Sciences 169: 1278-1287. (2008)
  28. Schuettpelz, E., A.L. Grusz, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, The utility of nuclear gapCp in resolving polyploid fern origins, Systematic Botany 33: 621-629. (2008)
  29. Nagalingum, N.S., H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer, Molecular phylogenetic relationships and morphological evolution in the heterosporous fern genus Marsilea, Systematic Botany 32:16-25. (2007)
  30. Korall, P., D.S. Conant, J.S. Metzgar, H. Schneider, K.M. Pryer, A molecular phylogeny of scaly tree ferns (Cyatheaceae), American Journal of Botany 94: 873-886 (2007) (cover.)
  31. Haugen, P., D. Bhattacharya, J.D. Palmer, S. Turner, L.A. Lewis, and K.M. Pryer, Cyanobacterial ribosomal RNA genes with multiple, endonuclease-encoding group I introns, BMC Evolutionary Biology 7: 159 (2007)
  32. Schuettpelz E., H. Schneider, L. Huiet, M.D. Windham, K.M. Pryer, A molecular phylogeny of the fern family Pteridaceae: assessing overall relationships and the affinities of previously unsampled genera, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44: 1172-1185 (2007)
  33. Metzgar, J.S., H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer, Phylogeny and divergence time estimates for the fern genus Azolla (Salviniaceae), International Journal of Plant Sciences 168: 1045-1053. (2007)
  34. Schuettpelz E. and K.M. Pryer, Fern phylogeny inferred from 400 leptosporangiate species and three plastid genes., Taxon 56: 1037-1050. (2007)
  35. Korall, P., K.M. Pryer, J. Metzgar, H. Schneider, D.S. Conant, Tree ferns: monophyletic groups and their relationships as revealed by four protein-coding plastid loci, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39: 830-845 (2006)
  36. Smith, A.R., K.M. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz, P. Korall, H. Schneider, and P.G. Wolf, A classification for extant ferns, Taxon 55: 705-731 (2006)
  37. Schuettpelz, E. and K.M. Pryer, Reconciling extreme branch length differences: decoupling time and rate through the evolutionary history of filmy ferns, Systematic Biology 55:485-502 (2006) (2006 Publisher's Award for Excellence in Systematic Research.)
  38. Korall, P., D.S. Conant, H. Schneider, K. Ueda, H. Nishida, K.M. Pryer, On the phylogenetic position of Cystodium: it’s not a tree fern – it's a polypod!, American Fern Journal 96:45-53 (2006)
  39. Nagalingum, N.S., H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer, Comparative morphology of reproductive structures in heterosporous water ferns and a reevaluation of the sporocarp, International Journal of Plant Sciences 167: 805-815 (2006)
  40. Schuettpelz, E., P. Korall, and K.M. Pryer, Plastid atpA data provide improved support for deep relationships among ferns, Taxon 55: 897-906 (2006)
  41. Wikström, N. and K.M. Pryer, Incongruence between primary sequence data and the distribution of a mitochondrial atp1 group II intron among ferns and horsetails., Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 36: 484-493 (2005)
  42. Pryer, K.M., E. Schuettpelz, P.G. Wolf, H. Schneider, A.R. Smith, R. Cranfill, Phylogeny and evolution of ferns (monilophytes) with a focus on the early leptosporangiate divergences, American Journal of Botany, vol. 91 (October, 2004), pp. 1582-1598
  43. Pryer, K.M., H. Schneider, and S. Magallón, The radiation of vascular plants, in Assembling the Tree of Life, edited by J. Cracraft and M. J. Donoghue (June, 2004), pp. 138-153, New York: Oxford University Press
  44. Schneider, H., E. Schuettpelz, K.M. Pryer, R. Cranfill, S. Magallón, R. Lupia, Ferns diversified in the shadow of angiosperms, Nature, vol. 428 (2004), pp. 553-557
  45. DuBuisson, J.-Y., S. Hennequin, E.J.P. Douzery, R.B. Cranfill, A.R. Smith, and K.M. Pryer, rbcL phylogeny of the fern genus Trichomanes (Hymenophyllaceae), with special reference to neotropical taxa, International Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 164 (2003), pp. 753-761
  46. Des Marais, D.L., A.R. Smith, D.M. Britton, and K.M. Pryer, Phylogenetic relationships and evolution of extant horsetails, Equisetum, based on chloroplast DNA sequence data (rbcL and trnL-F), International Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 164 (2003), pp. 737-751 (cover)
  47. Schneider, H., K.M. Pryer, R. Cranfill, A.R. Smith, and P.G. Wolf, Evolution of vascular plant body plans: a phylogenetic perspective, in Developmental Genetics and Plant Evolution, edited by Q.C.B. Cronk, R.M. Bateman, and J.A. Harris (2002), pp. 330-364, Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia
  48. Schneider, H. and K.M. Pryer, Structure and function of spores in the aquatic heterosporous fern family Marsileaceae, International Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 163 (2002), pp. 485-505 (cover)
  49. Pryer, K.M., H. Schneider, E.A. Zimmer, and J. Banks, Deciding among green plants for whole genome studies, Trends in Plant Science, vol. 7 (2002), pp. 550-554 (cover)
  50. Pryer, K.M., H. Schneider, A.R. Smith, R. Cranfill, P.G. Wolf, J.S. Hunt, and S.D. Sipes, Horsetails and ferns are a monophyletic group and the closest living relatives to seed plants, Nature, vol. 409 (2001), pp. 618-622 (cover)
  51. Pryer, K.M., A.R. Smith, J.S. Hunt, and J.-Y. DuBuisson, rbcL data reveal two monophyletic groups of filmy ferns (Filicopsida: Hymenophyllaceae), American Journal of Botany, vol. 88 (2001), pp. 1118-1130 (cover)
  52. Smith, A.R., H. Tuomisto, K.M. Pryer, J.S. Hunt, and P.G. Wolf, Metaxya lanosa, a second species in the genus and fern family Metaxyaceae, Systematic Botany, vol. 26 (2001), pp. 480-486
  53. Lupia, R., H. Schneider, G.M. Moeser, K.M. Pryer, and P.R. Crane, Marsileaceae sporocarps and spores from the Late Cretaceous of Georgia, USA, International Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 161 (2000), pp. 975-988
  54. Turner, S., K.M. Pryer, V.P.W. Miao, & J.D. Palmer, Investigating deep phylogenetic relationships among cyanobacteria and plastids by small subunit rRNA sequence analysis, Journal of Eurkaryotic Microbiology, vol. 46 (1999), pp. 327-338
  55. Pryer, K.M., Phylogeny of marsileaceous ferns and relationships of the fossil Hydropteris pinnata reconsidered, International Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 160 (1999), pp. 931-954 (cover)
  56. Wolf, P.G., S.D. Sipes, M.R. White, M.L. Martines, K.M. Pryer, A.R. Smith, & K. Ueda, Phylogenetic relationships of the enigmatic fern families Hymenophyllopsidaceae and Lophosoriaceae: evidence from rbcL nucleotide sequences, Plant Systematics and Evolution, vol. 219 (1999), pp. 263-270
  57. Pryer, K.M. & S.J. Hackett, Field’s Museum’s Pritzker Laboratory of Molecular Systematics and Evolution (1999) [html]
  58. Pryer, K.M., Phylogeny, character evolution, and diversification of extant ferns (1999) [html]  [author's comments]
  59. Wolf, P. G., K. M. Pryer, A. R. Smith, & M. Hasebe, Phylogenetic studies of extant pteridophytes, in Molecular systematics of plants II: DNA sequencing, edited by D.E. Soltis, P.S. Soltis, and J. J. Doyle (1998), Kluwer Academic Publishers (Pp. 541-556.)
  60. Pryer, K.M. & A.R. Smith, Filicopsida, Maddison, D.R. and W. P. Maddison (1997) [available here]  [abs]
  61. Pryer, K.M. & A.R. Smith, Leptosporangiate Ferns, Maddison, D.R. and W. P. Maddison (1997) [available here]  [abs]
  62. Hasebe, M., P.G. Wolf, K.M. Pryer, K. Ueda, M. Ito, R. Sano, G.J. Gastony, J. Yokoyama, J.R. Manhart, N. Murakami, E.H. Crane, C.H. Haufler, & W.D. Hauk, Fern phylogeny based on rbcL nucleotide sequences, American Fern Journal, vol. Special Issue (1995), pp. 134-181
  63. Pryer, K.M., A.R. Smith, & J.E. Skog, Phylogenetic relationships of extant ferns based on evidence from morphology and rbcL sequences, American Fern Journal, vol. 85 (Special Issue) (1995), pp. 205-282
  64. Pryer, K.M., Gymnocarpium, in Flora of North America North of Mexico, Volume 2, edited by Flora of North America Editorial Committee (1993), pp. 258-262, Oxford University Press
  65. Pryer, K.M. & C.H. Haufler, Isozymic and chromosomal evidence for the allotetraploid origin of Gymnocarpium dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae), Systematic Botany, vol. 18 (1993), pp. 150-172
  66. Pryer, K.M., The status of Gymnocarpium heterosporum and G. robertianum in Pennsylvania, American Fern Journal, vol. 81 (1992), pp. 34-39
  67. K. Pryer, The limestone oak fern: new to Manitoba, The Blue Jay, vol. 48 no. 4 (1990), pp. 192-195
  68. Pryer, K.M & L.R. Phillippe, A synopsis of the genus Sanicula in eastern Canada, Canadian Journal of Botany, vol. 67 (1989), pp. 694-707
  69. McNeill, J. & K.M. Pryer, The status and typification of Phegopteris and Gymnocarpium, Taxon, vol. 34 (1985), pp. 136-156
  70. Pryer, K.M. & D.M. Britton, Spore studies in the genus Gymnocarpium, Canadian Journal of Botany, vol. 61 (1983), pp. 377-388
  71. Pryer, K.M., D.M. Britton & J. McNeill, A numerical analysis of chromatographic profiles in North American taxa of the fern genus Gymnocarpium, Canadian Journal of Botany, vol. 61 (1983), pp. 2592-2602
  72. Sarvela, J., D.M. Britton & K.M. Pryer, Studies on the Gymnocarpium robertianum complex in North America, Rhodora, vol. 83 (1981), pp. 421-431
  73. Chase, R., K.M. Pryer, R. Baker & D.M. Madison, Responses to conspecific chemical stimuli in the terrestrial snail Achatina fulica (Pulmonata: Sigmuretha)., Behavioural Biology, vol. 22 (1978), pp. 302-315

Papers Accepted

  1. Sigel, E.M., M.D. Windham, A.R. Smith, R.J. Dyer, and K.M. Pryer, Rediscovery of Polypodium calirhiza (Polypodiaceae) in Mexico, Brittonia (2013), pp. in press
  2. Grusz, A.L., M.D. Windham, G. Yatskievych, L. Huiet, G.J. Gastony, and K.M. Pryer, Patterns of diversification in the xeric-adapted fern genus Myriopteris (Pteridaceae), Systematic Botany, vol. 38 (2013), pp. in press
  3. Li, F.W. ...(30 authors)..., and K.M. Pryer, Horizontal transfer of an adaptive chimeric photoreceptor from bryophytes to ferns, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA (2013)

Papers Submitted

  1. Sigel, E.M., M.D. Windham, C.H. Haufler, and K.M. Pryer, Phylogeny, divergence time estimates, and phylogeography for the diploid species of the Polypodium vulgare complex, Systematic Botany, in review (2013)
  2. Rothfels, C.J., A.K. Johnson, P.H. Hovenkamp, D.L. Swofford, H.C. Roskam, C.R. Fraser-Jenkins, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, A natural intergeneric hybrid between parental lineages that diverged from one another over 50 million years ago, Evolution, in review (2013)

Book Chapters

  1. Wang, Z.R. and K.M. Pryer, Gymnocarpium, in Z.Y. Wu, P.H. Raven & D.Y. Hong, eds., Flora of China, Vol. 2–3 (Pteridophytes). Beijing: Science Press; St. Louis: Missouri Botanical Garden Press (2013), pp. 257-259
  2. Wang, Z.R., C.H. Haufler, K.M. Pryer, and M. Kato, Cystopteridaceae, in Z.Y. Wu, P.H. Raven & D.Y. Hong, eds., Flora of China, Vol. 2–3 (Pteridophytes). Beijing: Science Press; St. Louis: Missouri Botanical Garden Press (2013), pp. 257
  3. Pryer, K.M. and E. Schuettpelz, Ferns, in The Timetree of Life, Chapter 14 in S.B. Hedges and S. Kumar (eds.) (2009), pp. 153-156, Oxford University Press, New York
  4. Smith A.R., K.M. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz, P. Korall, H. Schneider, and P.G. Wolf, Fern Classification, in Biology and Evolution of Ferns and Lycophytes, edited by Ranker, T.A. and C.H. Haufler (eds.). (2008), pp. 417-467, Cambridge University Press, ISBN (ISBN-13: 9780521874113)
  5. Schuettpelz, E. and K.M. Pryer, Fern Phylogeny, in Biology and Evolution of Ferns and Lycophytes, edited by Ranker, T.A. and C.H. Haufler (eds.) (2008), pp. 395-416, Cambridge University Press, ISBN (ISBN-13: 9780521874113)

Published Abstracts

  1. Li, F.-W., C.J. Rothfels, A. Larsson, E.M. Sigel, L. Huiet, P. Korall, M. Ruhsam, D. Stevenson, S. Graham, G.K.-S. Wong, K.M. Pryer, Mining fern transcriptome data for low-copy nuclear markers (2013)  [abs]
  2. Johnson, A.K., A.L. Grusz, J.B. Beck, K.M. Pryer, and M.D. Windham, So, if they are evolutionary dead-ends, why are apomictic cheilanthoid ferns more widely distributed than their sexual diploid progenitors? (2013)  [abs]
  3. Sigel, E.M., J. Der, C.W. De Pamphilis, K.M. Pryer, Time after time: Comparing homeolog expression patterns between two independent origins of the allotetraploid fern Polypodium hesperium. (2013)  [abs]
  4. Grusz, A.L., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Using next-generation sequencing to develop microsatellite markers in ferns (2012)  [abs]
  5. Beck, J., J. Allison, K.M. Pryer, and M.D. Windham, Identifying multiple origins of polyploid taxa: a multilocus study of the hybrid cloak fern (Astrolepis integerrima; Pteridaceae). (2012)  [abs]
  6. Sigel, E.M., M.D. Windham, C.H. Haufler, and K.M. Pryer, Reassessing phylogenetic relationships in the Polypodium vulgare complex (Polypodiaceae) using nuclear gapCp sequence data (2012)  [abs]
  7. Huiet, R.L., K.M. Pryer, C.H. Haufler, and M.D. Windham, Simplifying the complex: an integrative analysis using cytogenetics, morphology, and DNA sequence data to resolve relationships within the Pellaea wrightiana complex (Pteridaceae). (2012)  [abs]
  8. Li, F.-W., L.-Y. Kuo, C.J. Rothfels, A. Ebihara, W.-L. Chiou, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, The global two-locus plant barcode: a first evaluation of its utility across ferns. (2011) [pdf]
  9. Johnson, A.K.*, C.J. Rothfels, A.L. Grusz, E.M. Sigel, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Sporophytes and gametophytes of notholaenid ferns (Pteridaceae) show correlated presence/absence of farina. (2011) (*senior author=undergraduate.) [index.php]
  10. Hooper, E., G. Yatskievych, L. Huiet, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Into or out of Africa? What do molecular data reveal about the identity and biogeographic origin of Aleuritopteris farinosa (Forssk.) Fee (Pteridaceae)? (2011) [index.php]
  11. Li, F.-W., L.-Y. Kuo, C.J. Rothfels, A. Ebihara, W.-L. Chiou, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, rbcL and matK earn a thumbs up as the core DNA barcode for ferns (2011) [index.php]
  12. Der, J, AM Duffy, JB. Davidson, AL Grusz, KM Pryer, & PG Wolf, Development of extensive mitochondrial DNA sequence resources in ferns. (2010)  [abs]
  13. Grusz, AL, MD Windham, & KM Pryer, Examining the role of apomixis in the evolution of desert-adapted ferns. Invited symposium presentation. (2010)  [abs]
  14. Nagalingum, N, R Lupia, & KM Pryer, The importance of paleobotanical and herbarium collections in understanding the evolution of heterosporous ferns. Invited symposium presentation. (2010)  [abs]
  15. Sigel, EM, MD Windham, & KM Pryer, Using spore data to infer ploidy and reproductive mode in land plants. Invited symposium presentation. (2010)  [abs]
  16. Rothfels, CJ, E Schuettpelz, & KM Pryer, An accelerated rate of molecular evolution spans all three genomes in vittarioid ferns. (2010)  [abs]
  17. Schuettpelz, E, MD Windham, & KM Pryer, Estimating divergence times and ancestral centers of diversity for a xeric-adapted fern clade. (2010)  [abs]
  18. Grusz, A. L., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, A Cheilanthes by any other name: Evolutionary complexity in the New World myriopterid clade (Pteridaceae). (2009)  [abs]
  19. Sigel, E. M., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, To have or have not: Using farina to delineate major clades within the false cloak ferns (Argyrochosma). (2009)  [abs]
  20. Rothfels, C.J., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, New insights into the relationships of Cystopteris, Acystopteris, and Gymnocarpium. (2009)  [abs]
  21. Schuettpelz, E., K.M. Pryer, and M.D. Windham, A phylogenetic approach to species delimitation in the fern genus Pentagramma (Pteridaceae). (2009)  [abs]
  22. Beck, J., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Tempo and mode of evolution in the star-scaled cloak ferns (Astrolepis). (2009)  [abs]
  23. Beck, J., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer, Investigating the early stages of polyploid evolution in the star-scaled cloak ferns (Astrolepis) (2008)  [abs]
  24. Windham, M.D., J. Beck, A.L. Grusz, L. Huiet, C. Rothfels, E. Schuettpelz, G. Yatskievych, and K.M. Pryer, Using plastid and nuclear DNA sequences to redraw generic boundaries and demystify species complexes in cheilanthoid ferns (2008)  [abs]
  25. Pryer, K.M., E.Y. Butler, D.R. Farrar, R. Moran, J.J. Schneller, E. Schuettpelz, J.E. Watkins, Jr., and M.D. Windham, On the importance of portraying the plant life cycle accurately: ferns as a case study (2008)  [abs]
  26. Schuettpelz E., H. Schneider, L. Huiet, M.D. Windham, K.M. Pryer., A molecular phylogeny of pteroid ferns: rampant paraphyly and polyphyly revealed. (2007)  [abs]
  27. Rothfels, C.J., M.D. Windham, K.M. Pryer, J.S. Metzgar, and A.L. Grusz., Making Fronds in the Desert: Phylogenetics of Farinose Ferns (Notholaena: Pteridaceae). (2007)  [abs]
  28. Pryer, K.M. and E. Schuettpelz, Ancient Origins and recent radiations in the evolutionary history of ferns. Invited symposium presentation: Deep Time: Integrating Paleobotany and Phylogenetics. (2007)  [abs]
  29. Kleist, A.C., C.L. Nelson, J.M.O. Geiger, P. Korall, T.A. Ranker, and K.M. Pryer, Alternate pathways of fern dispersal to the Hawaiian Islands, Part 3: Cibotium (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  30. Schneider, H., K.M. Pryer, and A.R. Smith., Green spore evolution in ferns (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  31. Metzgar, J.S., J.E. Skog, E. Zimmer, K.M. Pryer, Is Osmunda paraphyletic? (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  32. Lupia, R., H. Schneider, N.S. Nagalingum, K.M. Pryer, Jurassic origin for the Salviniaceae: the last word or just the first? (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  33. Korall, P., J.S. Metzgar, D.S. Conant, H. Schneider, K.M. Pryer, Phylogeny of scaly tree ferns (Cyatheaceae) (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  34. Grusz, A.L., M.D. Windham, J.S. Metzgar, K.M. Pryer, Polyploids and reticulate voids: the Cheilanthes fendleri complex revisited (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  35. Nagalingum, N.S., K.M. Pryer, H. Schneider, D. Hearn, The age of heterosporous ferns as estimated by molecular divergence dating and the fossil record (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  36. with Schuettpelz, E., Toward a comprehensive phylogeny of extant ferns (2006) [index.php]  [abs]
  37. N. Nagalingum, K.M. Pryer, H. Schneider, M.D. Nowak, D. Hearn, R. Lupia, Dating the Marsileaceae: evolutionary and biogeographical implications. Symposium 12.7.2 on DATING DIVERGENCE OF ANGOIOSPERM RADIATIONS: PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS. (Summer, 2005) [pdf]
  38. Pryer, K.M. and E. Schuettpelz, Evolutionary history of ferns: ancient origins and recent radiations. Symposium 9.5.5 on EARLY EVOLUTION: MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND ORGANELLAR GENOMICS. (Summer, 2005) [pdf]
  39. Hennequin, S., E. Schuettpelz, K.M. Pryer, and J.-Y. Dubuisson, Fast and slow filmy ferns: molecular rate heterogeneity a chloroplast-wide phenomenon in the Hymenophyllaceae. Symposium 6.9.3 on DIVERSIFICATION OF SEED-FREE VASCULAR PLANTS IN THE SHADOW OF ANGIOSPERMS (Summer, 2005) [pdf]
  40. Nagalingum, N.S., H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer, Comparative morphology of reproductive structures in heterosporous water ferns: the homology of the sporocarp reexamined (2004)  [abs]
  41. Schuettpelz, E., H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer, An evolutionary time-scale for ferns: ancient origins and recent radiations (2004)  [abs]

Other

  1. Chai, N., T. Shao, R.L. Huiet, M. Kim, C.J. Rothfels, J. Golan, and K.M. Pryer, DUKE Vascular Type Specimens - Digital Images & Protologues (2012) [typespecimens]
  2. Pryer, K.M., Fern DNA Database – an online database of vouchered DNA sequence data for ferns (2010) (The Pryer Lab Archive of Silica-Dried Fern Material at Duke University contains over 9000 accessions, each linking a herbarium voucher to material available for DNA extraction. The integration of (usually) silica-dried leaf tissue with herbarium vouchers and their associated metadata makes the collection a valuable resource for a wide range of collections-based research involving ferns.) [available here]
  3. Nagalingum, N., E. Schuettpelz, and K.M. Pryer, Toward a comprehensive fern tree of life: exploration and training in the forests of Malaysia (2009)  [abs]
  4. Pryer, K.M., A.R. Smith, and C.J. Rothfels, Polypodiopsida Cronquist, Takht. & Zimmerm. 1966. Ferns. In Maddison, D.R. and W. P. Maddison. The Tree of Life: A distributed Internet project containing information about phylogeny and biodiversity. (2009) [21666]  [abs]
  5. K.M. Pryer, Fern Image Database (2007 (2003-present)) (An online library of vouchered morphological and anatomical images related to research on ferns.) [index.shtml]
  6. Windham, M.D., D. Hearn, J. Metzgar, E. Schuettpelz, K.M. Pryer, Ferns of Arizona (an online flora) (Summer, 2005) [org]
  7. Schneider, H. and K.M. Pryer, Convergent evolution in vegetative and reproductive characters of aquatic vascular plants (2003) (Invited symposium contribution: Structural and functional adaptations of vascular plants to wetland ecosystems. http://www.2003.botanyconference.org/engine/search/ detail.php?aid=535.)
  8. Schneider, H., R. Cranfill, E.J. Schuettpelz, S. Magallón, and K.M. Pryer, Derived ferns diversified in the shadow of angiosperms: evidence from the fossil record, phylogenetic patterns, and divergence time estimates (2003) (http://www.2003.botanyconference.org/engine/search/ detail.php?aid=529.)
  9. Pryer, K.M., E.J. Schuettpelz, R. Cranfill, P.G. Wolf, A.R. Smith, and H. Schneider, Phylogeny of early-diverging leptosporangiate ferns based on morphology and multiple genes: rbcL, atpB, rps4, and 18S (2003) (http://www.2003.botanyconference.org/engine/search/ detail.php?aid=564.)
  10. Chikarmane, S., T. Rehse, and K.M. Pryer, Tracing the cultural and botanical origins of turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) (2003) (Poster. http://www.2003.botanyconference.org/engine/ search/ detail.php?aid=558.)
  11. Schuettpelz, E.J. and K.M. Pryer, Characterizing molecular rate heterogeneity between two major lineages of filmy ferns (Hymenophyllaceae) (2003) (http://www.2003.botanyconference.org/engine/search/ detail.php?aid=477.)
  12. K.M. Pryer, Fern Image Database (2003-present) (An online library of vouchered morphological and anatomical images related to research on ferns.) [index.shtml]
  13. Atlas of the rare vascular plants of Ontario. Part 4., edited by Pryer, K.M. & G.W. Argus (2003) (Pp 472.)
  14. Pryer, K.M. and H. Schneider, A phylogeny for extant heterosporous ferns (2002) (http://www.botany2002.org/section11/abstracts/ 18.shtml.)
  15. Schuettpelz, E., H. Schneider, and K. M. Pryer, The phylogenetic history of Pterozonium (Pteridaceae) revisited: from groundplan divergence to maximum parsimony (2002) (http://www.botany2002.org/section11/abstracts/ 16.shtml.)
  16. Schneider, H., K. M. Pryer, and R. Lupia, A comparative analysis of structure and function of spores in extant heterosporous ferns (Salviniales) (2001) (http://www.botany2001.org/section2/abstracts/23.shtml.)
  17. Des Marais, D.L., K.M. Pryer, and A.R. Smith, Phylogeny, character evolution, and biogeography of extant horsetails (Equisetum) (2001) (http://www.botany2001.org/section11/abstracts/ 15.shtml.)
  18. Pryer, K.M., H. Schneider, A.R. Smith, P.G. Wolf, R.C. Cranfill, J.S. Hunt and S.D. Sipes, The closest living relative to seed plants: insights from four genes and morphology, American Journal of Botany, vol. 87 (Suppl) (2000), pp. 151
  19. Schneider, H. and K.M. Pryer, Spore morphology of heterosporous ferns and its possible implications for understanding the evolution of the seed habit, American Journal of Botany, vol. 87 (Suppl) (2000), pp. 31-32
  20. Pryer, K.M. & J.-Y. DuBuisson, Symposium: Fern phylogeny with an emphasis on relationships of basal lineages, XVI International Botanical Congress Abstracts (1999), pp. 91
  21. DuBuisson, J.-Y., J.S. Hunt, K.M. Pryer, & A.R. Smith, Phylogeny of filmy ferns (Hymenophyllaceae), XVI International Botanical Congress Abstracts (1999), pp. 91  [author's comments]
  22. Pryer, K.M., H. Schneider, J.S. Hunt, L. Sappelsa, P.G. Wolf, S. Sipes , & A.R. Smith, Phylogeny of basal tracheophytes and ferns inferred from four large data sets: morphology, 18S nrDNA, rbcL, and atpB, XVI International Botanical Congress Abstracts (1999), pp. 91  [author's comments]
  23. Hunt, J.S., K.M. Pryer, A. Vaghani, A.R. Smith, & P.G. Wolf, "Fern DNA Database": using FileMaker Pro to coordinate DNA-availability, DNA-sequence data, and voucher and source information for large-scale and collaborative phylogenetic studies, XVI International Botanical Congress Abstracts (1999), pp. 720
  24. Moeser, G.M., R. Lupia, H. Schneider, K.M. Pryer, Marsileaceae sporocarps and spores from the Late Cretaceous, XVI International Botanical Congress Abstracts (1999), pp. 338  [author's comments]
  25. Schneider,H., K.M.Pryer, J.S. Hunt, L. Sappelsa, P.G. Wolf, S. D. Sipes , & A.R. Smith, Basal tracheophytes and the phylogeny of “pteridophyte” lineages – inferred from four large data sets: morphology, 18S nrDNA, rbcL, and atpB, 14th Symposium for Biodiversität und Evolutionsbiologie, Jena, Germany (1999), pp. 163
  26. Schneider,H., K.M. Pryer, J.S. Hunt, L. Sappelsa, P.G. Wolf, S. D. Sipes , & A.R. Smith, Basal tracheophytes and the phylogeny of “pteridophyte” lineages – inferred from four large data sets: morphology, 18S nrDNA, rbcL, and atpB, Göttingen, Germany, XVIIIth meeting of the Willi Hennig Society (1999), pp. 46
  27. Palmer, J.D., S. Turner, & K.M. Pryer, Cyanobacterial origin of chloroplasts: once or more than once?, Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, vol. 46 (1998), pp. 2A  [author's comments]
  28. Pryer, K.M., A.R. Smith, G. Rothwell, & P. Kenrick, Symposium: Relationships and fossil history of ferns, American Journal of Botany, vol. 84 (Suppl) (1997), pp. 157-158
  29. Wolf, P.G., K.M. Pryer & J.A. Irwin, Multiple gene approaches to fern phylogeny, American Journal of Botany, vol. 84 (Suppl) (1997), pp. 160  [author's comments]
  30. Pryer, K.M. & A.R. Smith, Character evolution and fern phylogeny, American Journal of Botany, vol. 84 (Suppl) (1997), pp. 159  [author's comments]
  31. Pryer, K.M., Ontogeny and phylogeny of marsileaceous ferns: evidence for heterochronic evolution, American Journal of Botany, vol. 83 (Suppl) (1996), pp. 130  [author's comments]
  32. Hasebe, M., P.G. Wolf, W. Hauk, J.R. Manhart, C.H. Haufler, R. Sano, G.J. Gastony, N. Crane, K.M. Pryer, N. Murakami, J. Yokoyama, & M. Ito, A global analysis of fern phylogeny based on rbcL nucleotide sequences, American Journal of Botany, vol. 81 (Suppl) (1994), pp. 120-121  [author's comments]
  33. Pryer, K.M., F.M. Lutzoni, & A.R. Smith, Towards a fern phylogeny: integrating morphology and molecules, American Journal of Botany, vol. 81 (Suppl) (1994), pp. 122  [author's comments]
  34. Pryer, K.M, Ontogeny and phylogeny in the aquatic fern family Marsileaceae: cladistic analysis of morphological and molecular data, American Journal of Botany, vol. 80 (Suppl) (1993), pp. 172
  35. Pryer, K.M. & M.D. Windham, A re-examination of Gymnocarpium dryopteris (L.), Newman in North America. American Journal of Botany, vol. 75 (Suppl) (1988), pp. 142  [author's comments]
  36. Pryer, K.M., G.W. Argus & E. Haber, The Canadian Rare and Endangered Plants Project: a baker's decade later, American Journal of Botany, vol. 73 (Suppl) (1986), pp. 781-782
  37. Pryer, K.M., G.W. Argus, & E. Haber, The Canadian Rare and Endangered Plant's Project, Botany '86 - Program of the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Canadian Botanical Association (1986), pp. 34
  38. Pryer, K.M., D.M. Britton & J. McNeill, Hybridization in the fern genus Gymnocarpium Newman in North America, American Journal of Botany, vol. 71(Suppl) (1984), pp. 142
  39. Pryer, K.M., D.M. Britton & J. McNeill, Systematic studies in the genus Gymnocarpium Newman in North America, American Journal of Botany, vol. 70 (Suppl) (1983), pp. 60

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