Abstract Index, By Senior Author

Abstracts received so far:

  1. ADAMS, CHRISTOPHER A., JERRY M. BASKIN, AND CAROL C. BASKIN.* - Seed dormancy in the Appalachian endemic Aristolochia macrophylla Lam. (Aristolochiaceae).
  2. BASKIN, CAROL C.*, PER MILBERG, LARS ANDERSSON, AND JERRY M. BASKIN. - Germination studies on three dwarf shrubs (Vaccinium, Ericaceae) of Northern Hemisphere coniferous forests.
  3. BASKIN, JERRY M.* AND CAROL C. BASKIN. - Seed dormancy in relation to endocarp anatomy in Anacardiaceae.
  4. BELL1, TIMOTHY J.*, MARLIN BOWLES2, JENNY MCBRIDE2, AND KAYRI HAVENS3. - Viability analysis of a restored population of the federal threatened Pitcher's Thistle (Cirsium pitcheri) in Illinois. [Poster]
  5. BERTIN, ROBERT I.* AND GREGORY M. GWISC. - Sex expression and gynomonoecy in Solidago (Asteraceae). [Poster]
  6. BIDARTONDO, MARTIN I.* AND THOMAS D. BRUNS. - Patterns of extreme specificity in the monotropoid mycorrhizal symbiosis.
  7. BISHOP, JOHN, G. AND WILLIAM F. FAGAN.* - Severe insect herbivory concentrated in low density regions of lupines colonizing Mount St. Helens.
  8. BRUNET, JOHANNE* AND AARON LISTON. - Breeding system evolution in the genus Thalictrum (meadow rue) Ranunculaceae.
  9. CARTER, CHRISTY TUCKER* AND IRWIN A. UNGAR. - Germination response of Spergularia marina to seasonal changes in temperature and light. [Poster]
  10. CHEPLICK, GREGORY P.* AND HARRY DEMETRI. - Population ecology of the annual grass Triplasis purpurea along the south shore of Staten Island, New York.
  11. CHEPLICK, GREGORY PAUL. - Plasticity of size and architectural traits in relation to fitness in an annual weed.
  12. COONS, JANICE M.*, HENRY R. OWEN, JENNIFER L. FRANKLIN, AND JOHN E. EBINGER. - Reproductive potential of Silvery Bladderpod (Lesquerella ludoviciana).
  13. DANLEY, KIMBERLY, TIFFANY ISAKSEN, NICOLE GARDNER, PAULA RANDALL-YOHO*, AND LOREEN ALLPHIN. - Spatial distribution and sexual dimorphism in dioecious Atriplex garettii Rydb. [Poster]
  14. DENTON, RENEE GENEVIEVE* AND RAYMOND D. RATLIFF. - Ecology and Management of Trifolium Bolanderi Gray. in the Central Sierra Nevada. [Poster]
  15. DOBSON, HEIDI E. M.* AND MANFRED AYASSE. - Does larval pollen diet influence host-flower selection in solitary bees?
  16. EGAN, TODD P.* AND IRWIN A. UNGAR. - Similarity between seed banks and aboveground vegetation along a salinity gradient.
  17. ERHART, TEMAN*, MARK V. WILSON, AND AARON LISTON. - Population dynamics and conservation biology of Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii (Fabaceae).
  18. FERGUSON, CAROL S.*, KATHLEEN DONHAM, AND JENNIFER BROWN. - Pollination of Clustered lady's slipper orchid, Cypripedium fasciculatum (Orchidaceae).
  19. FESSEL, KEITH E.* AND BETH A. MIDDLETON. - Survivorship of woody plant seeds in bald cypress swamps in southern Illinois.
  20. FINER, MATTHEW S* AND MARTIN T MORGAN. - Geitonogamy and the evolution of inflorescence design in Asclepias speciosa. [Poster]
  21. HALSE, RICHARD R.* AND KATHY MERRIFIELD. - A floristic survey of Bruno Mire in the central Cascade Range, Oregon.
  22. HANNAN, GARY L. - Phenotypic gender modification in Platystemon californicus (Papaveraceae), a wind-pollinated, self-incompatible annual.
  23. HAWKINS, TRACY S. - A vegetation transect of the south slope of Pine Mountain, Kentucky: changes since E. Lucy Braun and chestnut blight.
  24. HAYWARD, JAMES L.* AND DENNIS W. WOODLAND. - Plant diversity and ecology of Protection Island, Washington. [Poster]
  25. HIDAYATI1, SITI, N.*, JERRY, M. BASKIN1, AND CAROL, C. BASKIN1, 2. - Dormancy-breaking and germination requirements for seeds of Symphoricarpos orbibculatus (Caprifoliaceae).
  26. JALONEN, JYRKI A.* AND ILKKA VANHA-MAJAMAA. - Understorey vegetation response to alternative forest harvesting methods in southern boreal forests. [Poster]
  27. JAMESON, ANNEMARIE. - Feeding trials of Giant Swallowtail larvae on Rutaceae in south Florida. [Poster]
  28. JAMESON, ANNEMARIE. - Spatial pattern analysis of Torchwood in south Florida.
  29. KLIPS, ROBERT A. - Inbreeding depression is variable among populations of rose mallows (Hibiscus species, Malvaceae).
  30. KOPTUR, SUZANNE* AND JOHN HENRY GEIGER. - Pollination of Byrsonima lucida (Malpighiaceae) in southern Florida.
  31. LI, XIAOJIE* AND STEVEN A. FENNIMORE. - Temporal changes in germinability and light response of seeds of six common weed species.
  32. MACMILLAN, PAUL C.* AND LINDSAY M. BETZ. - Twenty-five years of forest succession in southeastern Indiana.
  33. MCLETCHIE, D. NICHOLAS. - Sex-specific life histories and population sex ratios in the dioecious liverwort Marchantia inflexa.
  34. MCMASTER, ROBERT T. - Ecology and population biology of Ophioglossum pusillum in New England.
  35. MICHELANGELI, FABIAN A. - Ant-protection against herbivory and evolution of myrmecophytism in the genus Tococa (Melastomataceae).
  36. MILLER, J. S. - The evolution of gender dimorphism in Lycium (Solanaceae).
  37. MORRISON, JANET A. - Dogwood decline in the urban New York Botanical Garden Forest. [Poster]
  38. PASCARELLA, JOHN B. - Causes and consequences of reproductive isolation between two sympatric Gelsemium species.
  39. PERONI, PATRICIA A.*, JAMES W. WHITE, ALLISON A. CALDWELL, LAURAN HALPIN, AND ADAH WALKER. - Dark induced secondary dormancy in seeds from a Silene latifolia meta population. [Poster]
  40. PETERSON1, PAUL M.*, MONES ABU-ASAB2, STANWYN G. SHETLER1, AND SYLVIA STONE ORLI1. - Earlier plant flowering as a response to global warming in the Washington, DC, area.
  41. PIGLIUCCI, MASSIMO*, HEIDI POLLARD, AND MITCHELL CRUZAN. - Comparative studies of reaction norms in Arabidopsis: evolution of response to coarse and fine grained environmental variation in Scandinavian haplotypes.
  42. PITTAM1, SHERRY KAY*, FRANK JOSEPH HANUS2, AND KEN FERSCHWEILER3. - Plugging in: what we have learned in making scientific databases available on the World Wide Web.
  43. POTTER, DANIEL* AND FANGYOU GAO. - Black, English, Royal, or Paradox? - developing molecular markers for walnut (Juglans) species, cultivars, and hybrids.
  44. RUVINSKY, JESSICA* AND DAVID ACKERLY. - Adaptive phenotypic plasticity in Mimulus guttatus.
  45. STEHLIK, IVANA* AND ROLF HOLDEREGGER. - Spatial genetic structure and clonal diversity of Anemone nemorosa in late successional deciduous woodlands of Central Europe. [Poster]
  46. TRIPP, BRADLEY B. AND JOHN C. MOORE.* - Food webs in saxicolous lichens (Xanthoparmelia ssp.) a comparison of lichen, litter, and soil microhabitats.
  47. UNGAR, IRWIN A.* AND M. AJMAL KHAN. - Effect of bracteoles on the seeds of two species of Atriplex. [Poster]
  48. VALENTINE, LORI*, HAROLD BERNINGHAUSEN, AND DARLENE SOUTHWORTH. - Mycorrhizae on Quercus garryana at Whetstone Savanna in Southern Oregon. [Poster]
  49. WALCK, JEFFREY L.1*, NOBUO OKAGAMI2, AND SITI N. HIDAYATI3. - Germination ecophysiology of the Asian Osmorhiza aristata (Apiaceae), and comparison with its North American congeners.
  50. WATSON, MAXINE A.* AND CYNTHIA S. JONES. - Developmentally-dependent interactions between mayapple, Podophyllum pelatum L. (Berberidaceae) and its associated mycorrhizal fungi.
  51. WATSON, MAXINE A.*, CYNTHIA S. JONES, AND YING LU. - Variation in the expression of developmental and phenological traits in mayapple, Podophyllum pelatum L. (Berberidaceae).
  52. WEBER, DARRELL J., WILFORD M. HESS*, BULQUES GUL, M. AJMAL KHAN, AND SAM ST. CLAIR. - Halophytic fungi from an inland salt playa of the Great Basin. [Poster]
  53. WEEKLEY, CARL W.* AND TAMMERA RACE. - The breeding system of Ziziphus celata Judd and D. Hall (Rhamnaceae), a rare endemic shrub of the Lake Wales Ridge, Florida: implications for recovery.
  54. WHITE, JAMES W.*, PATRICIA A. PERONI, DAVID E. MCCAULEY, AND CHRISTOPHER M. RICHARDS. - Effects of inbreeding and light treatments on the germination responses of Silene latifolia seeds. [Poster]
  55. WHITTEMORE-OLSON, A. A.*, A. MOSIER, AND JOHN C. MOORE. - Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on micro-arthropod populations of the Shortgrass Steppe. [Poster]
  56. WILSON, CHESTER E.* AND ERIN L. BRASSIL. - Variation in fluctuating asymmetry among genotypes of Glechoma hederacea. [Poster]
  57. WONG, THEODORE G.* AND DAVID D. ACKERLY. - How sensitive should plants be to cues? Theoretical studies of plastic reproduction schedules.