IBIS-Flora

Angiosperm Flora of India

Literature

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Chandy, S, Honu, YAK, Gibson, DJ2009Temporal changes in species composition in permanent plots across the Shawnee National Forest, Illinois, USA1
Ding, W, Liu, J, Wu, D, WANG, YUE, Chang, C, Wang, R2011Salinity stress modulates habitat selection in the clonal plant Aeluropus sinensis subjected to crude oil deposition1,2
Eichemberg, MTeruya, Scatena, VLucia2011Handicrafts from Jalapão (TO), Brazil, and their relationship to plant anatomy
Firestone, JL, Jasieniuk, M2012Reduced genetic diversity in the parental population decreases offspring quality in an invasive grass1
Hart, JL, Kupfer, JA2011Sapling richness and composition in canopy gaps of a southern Appalachian mixed Quercus forest1
Kain, M, Battaglia, L, Royo, A, Carson, WP2011Over-browsing in Pennsylvania creates a depauperate forest dominated by an understory tree: Results from a 60-year-old deer exclosure
Katz, DSW, Lovett, GM, Canham, CD, O'Reilly, CM2010Legacies of land use history diminish over 22 years in a forest in southeastern New York1,2
King, JR, Conway, WC, Rosen, DJ, Oswald, BP2012Seed biomass production and germination rates of Cyperus entrerianus1
Lamont, EE, Glenn, SD2009Noteworthy plants reported from the Torrey Range—2007 and 20081
Lamont, EE, Glenn, SD, Young, SM2011Noteworthy plants reported from the Torrey Range—2009 and 20101
Morgan, EC2009The vegetation and vascular flora of the Bartlett Arboretum Forest
Morrissey, RC, King, NT, Seifert, JR, Jacobs, DF2012Structural and compositional dynamics of a near-natural temperate deciduous forest in the central United States1
Murphy, SJ, McCarthy, BC2012Evidence for Topographic Control of Tree Spatial Patterning in an Old-growth, Mixed Mesophytic Forest in Southeastern Ohio, USA1
Scatena, VLucia, Formiga, CCaetano, Oriani, A2011On the taxonomic value of the anatomical structure of vegetative organs and inflorescence axis of Abolboda species (Xyridaceae – Poales)1
Southgate, EWB (Rus2010Herbaceous plant communities on the Delaware River floodplain, New Jersey, during the Mid-Holocene1
Tompkins, RD, Stringer, WC, Richardson, K, Mikhailova, EA, Bridges, WC2010A newly documented and significant Piedmont prairie site with a Helianthus schweinitzii Torrey & A.Gray (Schweinitz's sunflower) population
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