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Duke Herbarium Vasculars: Publications since January 2013

List all publications in the database.    :chronological  alphabetical  by author  bibtex listing:

  1. Hipp, A.L., D.A. Eaton, J. Cavender-Bares, E. Fitzek, R. Nipper, and P.S. Manos, A framework phylogeny of the American oak clade based on sequenced RAD data, PLoS ONE, vol. 9 no. 4 (2014), pp. e102272
  2. Burge, DO, Hopkins R, Tsai Y-H, and PS Manos, Limited hybridization across an edaphic disjunction between the gabbro-endemic shrub Ceanothus roderickii (Rhamnaceae) and the soil-generalist Ceanothus cuneatus, American Journal of Botany, vol. 100 (2013), pp. 1883-1895
  3. 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)
  4. 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)
  5. 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)
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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)
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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]
  12. 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]
  13. 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]
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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)

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