Publications

 

  • Allié, E., R. Pélissier, V. Freycon, J. Engel, P. Pétronelli &  Baraloto. 2015. Pervasive local-scale tree-soil habitat associations in a tropical forest community. PLoS ONEin press.
  • Appelhans, M. S.,  L. Wagner & K. R. Wood.2014. Melicope balgooyi Appelhans, W.L. Wagner & K.R. Wood, a new species and new record in Melicope section Melicope (Rutaceae) for the Austral Islands. PhytoKeys 39: 77–86.
  • Appelhans, M. S., Wen J., Wood, K. R.,Allan, G. J., Zimmer, E. A., & Wagner, W. L. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of Hawaiian Rutaceae (Melicope, Platydesma and Zanthoxylum) and their different colonisation patterns. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 174: 425–448.
  • Bacon, C. D., A. Mora,  L. Wagner, & C. A. Jaramillo. 2013. Testing geological models of evolution of the Isthmus of Panama in a phylogenetic framework. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society171: 287-300 doi:10.1111/j.1095-8339.2012.01281.x
  • Báez S, Malizia A, Carilla J, Blundo C, Aguilar M, Aguirre M, Aquirre Z, Álvarez E, Cuesta F, Duque A, Farfán-Ríos W, García-Cabrera K, Grau R, Homier, Linares-Palomino R, Malizia LR, Cruz OM, Osinaga O, Phillips OL, Reynel C, Silman MR, and Feeley KJ. 2015. Large-Scale Patterns of Turnover and Basal Area Change in Andean Forests. PLoS ONE 10:e0126594.
  • Baraloto, C., P. Alverga, G. Barnes, I. Brasil, W. Castro, I. Moll, H. Duenas, D. Kenji, H. medeiros, S. Murphy, H. Ramos, C. Rockwell, A. Shenkin, M. Silveira, J. Southworth, G. Vasquez, and S. Perz. Effects of road infrastructure on forest value across a tri-national Amazonian frontier. Biological Conservation 191 :  674-681.
  • Baraloto, C., P. Alverga, G. Barnes, I. Brasil, W. Castro, I. Moll, H. Duenas, D. Kenji, H. medeiros, S. Murphy, H. Ramos, C. Rockwell, A. Shenkin, M. Silveira, J. Southworth, G. Vasquez, and S. Perz. 2014. Contrasting forest value metrics in community forests of southwestern Amazonia. Ecology & Society 19(4): 56.
  • Brienen, R. J. W. & more than 30 authors including C. Baraloto. 2015. Long-term decline of the Amazon carbon sink. Nature. 519 (7543), 344-348.
  • Burney, D.A., 2014. Foreword. In, Extinct Madagascar: Picturing the Island’s Past, by S. M. Goodman and W.L. Jungers. Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago.
  • Butler, R., D. Burney, & D. Walsh, 2014. Paleotsunami evidence on Kaua`i and numerical modeling of a great Aleutian tsunami. Geophysical Research Letters 41: 1-8; doi: 10.1002/2014GL061232.
  • Cordeiro MA, Moriuchi KS, Fotinos TD, Miller KE, Nuzhdin SV, von Wettberg EJ, Cook, DR.  2014 Germination and early seedling root growth reveal patterns for salinity adaptation in the annual legume Medicago truncatulaAmerican Journal of Botany 101: 488-498.
  • Coronado, E. N. H & more than 30 authors including C. Baraloto. Phylogenetic diversity of Amazonian tree communities. Diversity and Distributions in press.
  • Dietl, G.P., S.M. Kidwell, M. Brenner, A. Burney, K.W. Flessa, S.T. Jackson, & P.L. Koch, 2015. Conservation Paleobiology: Leveraging knowledge of the past to inform conservation and restoration. Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences 43:3.1-3.25. doi: 10.1146/annurev-earth-040610-133349.
  • Ding Z, Feeley KJ, Hu H, and Ding P. 2015. Bird guild loss and its determinants on subtropical land-bridge islands, China. Avian Research. 6: 1-9.
  • Duque A, Feeley KJ, Cabrera E, Callejas R, Idarraga A. 2014. The dangers of carbon-centric conservation for biodiversity: a case study in the Andes. Tropical Conservation Science. 7(2): 178-193.
  • Duque A, Stephenson P, and Feeley KJ. 2015. Thermophilization of adult and juvenile tree communities in the northern tropical Andes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. In Press.
  • Elevitch, C.,  Ragone & I. Cole. 2014. Breadfruit Production Guide: Recommended practices for growing, harvesting, and handling. 2nd Edition. Breadfruit Institute, NTBG & Hawaii Homegrown Food Network.
  • Falster, D.S. & more than 30 authors including C. Baraloto. 2015. BAAD: a Biomass And Allometry Database for woody plants. Ecology in press.
  • Fauset, S. & more than 30 authors including C. Baraloto 2015. Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling. Nature Communications. 6.
  • Feeley KJ and Rehm EM. 2015. Correspondence: The downward shift of montane grasslands exemplifies the dual threat of human disturbances to cloud forest biodiversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. In Press.
  • Feeley KJ, Silman M, and Duque A. 2015. Where are the tropical plants? A call for better inclusion of tropical plants in studies investigating and predicting the impacts of climate change. Frontiers of Biogeography. In Press.
  • Feeley KJ and Machovina B. 2014. Letter: Increasing preference for beef magnifies human impact on world’s food web. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 111, E794-E794.
  • Feeley KJ and Rehm E. 2014. Correspondence: Priorities for conservation corridors. Nature Climate Change. 4: 405-406.
  • Feeley KJ, Rehm E, and Stroud J. 2014. There are many barriers to species migrations. Frontiers of Biogeography. 6(2): fb_22006 4 pages.
  • Feeley KJ. 2015. Are we filling the data void? An assessment of the amount and extent of plant collection records and census data available for tropical South America. PLoS ONE. 10:e0125629.
  • Feeley KJ. 2015. COVER: Moving forward with species distributions. American Journal of Botany. 102: 173-175.
  • Fine, P. V. A. and C. Baraloto. 2015. Habitat endemism in white-sand forests: insights into the mechanisms of lineage diversification and community assembly of the Neotropical flora. Biotropica. in press.
  • Fortunel, C., C. E. T. Paine, N. J. B. Kraft, P. V. A. Fine, and C. Baraloto. 2014. Environmental factors predict community functional composition in Amazonian forests. Journal of Ecology 102: 145-155.
  • Fortunel, C., J. Ruelle, J. Beauchêne, P.V.A. Fine, and C. Baraloto. 2014. Wood specific gravity and anatomy of stems and roots in 113 Amazonian rainforest tree species across environmental gradients. New Phytologist 202: 79-94.
  • Fotinos TD, Namoff S, Lewis C, Griffith MP, Maschinski J, von Wettberg EJ 2015 Genetic evaluation of a reintroduction of Sargent’s Cherry Palm, Pseudophoenix sargentiiJournal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 142(1):51-62. 2015 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3159/TORREY-D-14-00004.1
  • Friesen ML, von Wettberg EJ, Badri M, Moriuchi KS, Barhoumi F, Cuellar-Ortiz S, Chang PL, Cordeiro MA, Vu WT, Arrouadi S, Djebali N, Zribi K, Badri Y, Porter SS, Aouani ME, Cook DR, Strauss SY, Nuzhdin SV. 2014 The ecological basis of salinity adaptation in Tunisian Medicago truncatula. BMC Genomics. 15: 1160.
  • Funk, V.A., &  R. Wood.2014. Bidens meyeri (Asteraceae, Coreopsideae): a new critically endangered species from Rapa, Austral Islands. PhytoKeys 42: 39­–47. doi: 10.3897/phytokeys.42.8408
  • Girardin CAJ, Malhi Y, Feeley KJ, Rapp JM, Silman MR, Meir P, Huaraca Huasco W, Salinas N, Mamani M, Silva-Espejo JE, García Cabrera K, Farfan Rios W, Metcalfe DB, Doughty CE & Aragão LEOC. 2014. Seasonality of above-ground net primary productivity along an Andean altitudinal transect in Peru. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 30(6): 503-519.
  • Girardin CAJ., Farfan W, Garcia K, Feeley KJ, Jørgensen PM, Araujo Murakami A, Cayola Pérez L, Renate S, Narel P, Fuentes Carlos A, Maldonado C, Silman M, Salinas N, Reynel C, Neill D, Serrano M, Caballero J, La Torre-Cuadros MA, Macía M, Killeen T, and Malhi Y. 2014. Spatial patterns of above-ground structure, biomass and composition in a network of six Andean elevation transects. Plant Ecology and Diversity 7(1): 161-171.
  • Griffith, M. P. &  H. Lorence(editors). 2014. Honoring Beekman and Rumphius: Proceedings of the 2011 David Fairchild Medal for Plant Exploration Symposium. Allertonia 13: 1-81.
  • Guevara, J. E., G. Damasco, C. Baraloto, P. V. A. Fine, M. C. Peñuela, O. Bánki, C. Castilho, A. Vincentini, D. Cárdenas, F. Wittmann, N. Targhetta, O. Phillips, J. Stropp, I. Amaral, P. Maas, A. Monteagudo, E. M. Jimenez, R. Thomas, R. Brienen, A. Duque, B. Magnusson, C. Ferreira, E. Honorio, F. de Almeida Matos, F. Ramirez Arevalo, J. Engel, P. Petronelli, R. Vasquez, and H. ter Steege. 2015. Low phylogenetic beta diversity and neoendemism in Amazonian white sand forests. Biotropica. in press.
  • Guitet, S., D. Sabatier, O. Brunaux, B. Hérault, M. Aubry-Kientz, J.-F. Molino, and C. Baraloto. 2014. Estimating tropical tree diversity indices from forestry surveys: A method to integrate taxonomic uncertainty. Forest Ecology and Management 328: 270-281.
  • Hart, M. M., M. Gorzelak,  Ragone & S. J. Murch. 2014. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal succession in a long-lived perennial. Botany92(4):313-320.
  • Hoch, P. C.,  L. Wagner, & P. H. Raven. 2015. The correct name for a section of Ludwigia L. (Onagraceae). PhytoKeys, 50: 31-34. doi:10.3897/phytokeys.50.4887.
  • Johns, C. A.,  Tangalin,K. Bustamente, & A. Kawahara. 2014. Evidence of an undescribed extinct Philodoria species (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) from Hawaiian Hesperomannia herbarium specimens. Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 46:55-57.
  • Laidlaw, W. G.  H. Lorence.2015. Gender and Breeding System of Kadua haupuensis (Rubiaceae). Research Gate open access publication, posted 23 July 2015, p. 1-27.
  • Lamarre, G. P. A., B. Hérault, I. Mesones, and P. V. A. Fine, & C. Baraloto. 2015. Taxonomic and functional composition of arthropod assemblages across contrasting Amazonian forests. Journal of Animal Ecology in press.
  • Lamarre, G. P. A., D. S. Amoretti, C. Baraloto, F. Bénéluz, I. Mesones, and P. V. A. Fine. 2015. Phylogenetic overdispersion in Lepidoptera communities of Amazonian white-sand forests. Biotropica. in press.
  • Lamarre, G., I. Mendoza, P.V.A. Fine, and C. Baraloto. 2014. Contrasting patterns in leaf synchrony and herbivory rates among tropical tree habitat specialists. Plant Ecology 215: 209-220.
  • Lin, W.-Y., J. Downing, H. Liu, X.-K. Ma, et al. 2015. Comparative reproductive biology of a rare endemic orchid and its sympatric congeners in southwestern China. Orchids. August: xxx
  • Lin, W.-Y., H. Liu, X.-K. Ma, T. Ying, Z.-B. Zhang, Z.-S. Wang, and Y.-B. Luo. 2014. Natural hybridization potential between a rare endemic orchid and its sympatric congeners in southwestern China. Orchids. March: 178-183.
  • Liu, H. H. Ren, Q. Liu, X.-Y. Wen, M. Maunder, and J.-Y. Gao. 2015. Translocation of threatened plants as a conservation measure in China. Conservation Biology in press.
  • Liu, H., Y. –B. Luo, J. Heinen, M. Bhat, and Z. –J. Liu. 2014. Eat your orchid and have it too: a new conservation model for the Chinese medicinal orchids. Biodiversity and Conservation. 23: 1215-1228. DOI 10.1007/s10531-014-0661-2
  • Liu, H., C. –L. Feng, X.-Q. Xie, W.-Y. Lin, Z. –H. Deng, X. –L. Wei, S. Y. Liu, Y. –B. Luo. 2014. Impacts of extreme weather on flowering phenology of wild orchids in southwestern China. In Darwin’s Orchids—Now and then, Bernhardt, P. and R. Meier (Eds.) University of Chicago, Chicago. Pp. 311-327.
  • Liu, Y., A.M.P. Jones, S. J. Murch, &  Ragone. 2014. Crop productivity, yield, and seasonality of breadfruit (Artocarpusspp.) Moraceae. Fruits 69: 345-361.
  • Liu, Y.,  Ragone,& S.J. Murch. 2015. Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis): a source of high-quality protein for food security and novel food product. Amino Acids DOI 10.1007/s00726-015-1914-4
  • Lorence, D. H. The green giant: Heliconia solomonensisHeliconia Society International Bulletin20 (1): 6–7.
  • Lorence, D. H. C. Dietzsch & D. L. Kelly. 2015. Sommera cusucoana, a new species of Rubiaceae from Honduras. PhytoKeys. doi: I 10.3897
  • Lorence D. H. & L. Wagner. 2015. Heliotropium(Boraginaceae) in the Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia) with description of a new species. PhytoKeys 47: 49-57. doi: 10.3897/phytokeys.47.8767
  • Lorence, D. H., R. Aguraiuja& R. Wood. 2014. Taxonomic reassessment and conservation status of three Kaua`i species of Asplenium in the Diellia alliance. American Fern Journal 103: 166–174.
  • Lorence, D. H. K. R. Wood, S. P. Perlman& J-Y. Meyer. Flora and Vegetation of the Marquesas, and Threatened native flora of the Marquesas Islands (Southeastern Polynesia): proposed conservation status and critical areas for plant conservation (in press in: Ouvrage sur la biodiversité des Marquises. Papeete, Tahiti).
  • Machovina BL, Feeley KJ, and Ripple W. 2015. Biodiversity conservation: The key is reducing meat consumption. Science of the Total Environment. In Press.
  • Machovina, B and Feeley KJ. 2014. Correspondence: Livestock: limit red meat consumption. Nature 508: 186.
  • Machovina, B and Feeley KJ. 2014. Correspondence: Taking a bite out of biodiversity. Science. 343(6173): 838.
  • Machovina, B and Feeley KJ. 2014. Meat consumption as a key impact on tropical nature: a response to Laurance et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 29(8): 430–431.
  • Maréchaux, I., M. K. Bartlett, L. Sack, C. Baraloto, J. Engel, E. Joetzjer, and J. Chave. 2015. Drought tolerance varies across species and is predicted by leaf water potential at turgor loss point in an Amazonian forest. Functional Ecology. in press.
  • Martínez-Camilo, R., N. Martínez-Meléndez, M. Martínez-Meléndez, M. Á. Pérez-Farrera y  H. Lorence. Redescubrimiento de Eizia mexicana, una planta endémica de la familia Rubiaceae presumiblemente extinta, Botanical Sciences93(3): 679-682. DOI: 10.17129/botsci.242
  • Oleas NH, Meerow AW, Feeley KJ, Gebelein J, and Francisco-Ortega J. 2014. Using species distribution models as a tool to discover new records of Phaedranassa brevifolia Meerow, 1987 (Liliopsida: Amaryllidaceae) in Northern Ecuador. Check List. 10(3):689-691.
  • Oleas, NH, von Wettberg EJ, Negron-Ortiz V. 2014 Population Genetics of the Federally Threatened Miccosukee Gooseberry (Ribes echinellum), an endemic North American species. Conservation Genetics 15:749-755
  • Oppenheimer, H. L., Bustamente, K. M. & Perlman, S. P. A new species of Hibiscadelphus Rock (Malvaceae, Hibisceae) from Maui, Hawaiian Islands. Phytokeys39: 65—75. doi: 10.3897/phytokeys.39.7371
  • Paine, C. E. T., C. Baraloto, and S. Diaz. 2015. Optimal strategies for sampling functional traits in species-rich forests. Functional Ecology in press.
  • Paine, C. E. T., L. Amissah, H. Auge, C. Baraloto, M. Baruffol, N. Bourland, H. Bruelheide, K. Dainou, R. de Gouvenain, J.-L. Doucet, S. Doust, P. V. A. Fine, C. Fortunel, J. Haase, K. Holl, H. Jactel, X. Li, K. Kitajima, J. Koricheva, C. Martinez-Garza, C. Messier, A. Paquette, C. Philipson, D. Piotto, L. Poorter, J. Posada, C. Potvin, K. Rainio, S. Russo, M. C. Ruiz-Jaen, M. Scherer-Lorenzen, C. O. Webb, S. J. Wright, Z. Zahawi, and A. Hector. 2015. Globally, functional traits are poor predictors of juvenile tree growth. Journal of Ecology. in press.
  • Pynee, K. B. &  H. Lorence. 2014. First record and distribution of Heliotropium currassavicum L. (Boraginaceae) in the Mascarene Islands. Phelsuma22: 6–8.
  • Pynee, K. B.,  H. Lorence& Poojanraj Khurun. The sole endemic Amaranthaceae Aerva congesta Balf. f. ex Baker in the Mascarenes is in danger. (accepted in Journal of Endangered Taxa).
  • Rabeler, R. &  L. Wagner. 2015. Eremogone(Caryophyllaceae): new combinations for Old World species. Phytokeys, 50: 35-42. doi:10.3897/phytokeys.50.4736.
  • Ragone, D. Plant a Tree of Life. Inside Agroforestry22(2): 4-5.
  • Rehm EM and Feeley KJ. 2015. Freezing temperatures limit forest recruitment above tropical Andean treelines. Ecology. 96: 1856–1865.
  • Rehm EM, Olivas P, Stroud J and Feeley KJ. 2015. Losing your edge: climate change and the conservation value of range-edge populations. Ecology and Evolution. In Press.
  • Rehm, EM and Feeley KJ. 2015. The inability of tropical cloud forest species to invade grasslands above treeline during climate change: potential explanations and consequences. Ecography. In Press.
  • Ren, H., J. Wang, H. Liu, L. Yuan, Y. Xu, Q. Zhang, H. Yu, J. Luo. 2015. Conservation introduction resulted in similar reproductive success of Camellia changii compared with augmentation. Plant Ecology. DOI 10.1007/s11258-015-0515-3
  • Ren, H., S. – G. Jian, Y. –J. Chen, H. Liu, Q. –M. Zhang, N. Liu, Y. Xu, and J. Luo. 2014. Distribution, status and conservation of Camellia changii Ye (Theaceae), a critically endangered plant endemic to southern China. Oryx 48: 358-360.
  • Ren, H., Q. Guo, H. Liu, J. Li, Q. Zhang, H. Xu, and F. Xu. 2014. Patterns of Alien Plant Invasion across Coastal Bay Areas in Southern China. 30: 448-455.
  • Rockwell, C.A., Guariguata, M.R., Menton, M.C.S., Arroyo Quispe, E., Quaedvlieg, J., Warren Thomas, E., Fernandez Silva, H., Jurado Rojas, E.E., Kohagura Arrunategui, J.A.H., Meza Vega, L.A., Revilla Vera, O., Quenta Hancco, R., Valera Tito, J.F., Villarroel Panduro, B.T., Yucra Salas, J.J., 2015. Nut production in Bertholletia excelsa across a logged forest mosaic: Implications for multiple use. PLoS ONE 10: e0135464.
  • Rockwell, C.A., K. Kainer, C. Staudhammer, and C. Baraloto. 2014. Logging in bamboo-dominated forests in southwestern Amazonia: Caveats and opportunities for smallholder forest management. Forest Ecology and Management 315: 202-210.
  • Rockwell, C.A., Guariguata, M.R., Menton, M.C.S., Arroyo Quispe, E., Quaedvlieg, J., Warren Thomas, E., Fernandez Silva, H., Jurado Rojas, E.E., Kohagura Arrunategui, J.A.H., Meza Vega, L.A., Revilla Vera, O., Quenta Hancco, R., Valera Tito, J.F., Villarroel Panduro, B.T., Yucra Salas, J.J., 2015. Nut production inBertholletia excelsa across a logged forest mosaic: Implications for multiple use. PLoS One 10: e0135464.
  • Rockwell, C.A., Kainer, K.A., 2015. Local and scientific perspectives on the bamboo-dominated forest in Acre, Brazil: A complementary knowledge base for multiple-use forest management, International Forestry Review 17: 51-64.
  • Roorkiwal M, von Wettberg EJ, Upadhyaya HD, Warschefsky EJ, Rathore A, Varshney RV. 2014 Exploring germplasm diversity to understand the domestication process in Cicer spp. using SNP and DArT markers.  PLoS ONE 9(7): e102016. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.102016.
  • Rutishauser, E., P. Sist, B. Herault, C. Baraloto, L. Blanc, L. Descroix, E. D. Sotta, M. Kanashiro, L. Mazzei, J. Ferreira, M. V. N. d’Oliveira, M. Peña-Claros, F. E. Putz, A. R. Ruschel, K. Rodney, K. E. d. Silva, C. R. d. Souza, A. Roopsind, A. Shenkin, M. Toledo, E. Vidal, T. A. P. West, and V. Wortel. Rapid carbon recovery in Amazonian logged forests. Current Biology  in press.
  • Saxena RK, von Wettberg EJ, Upadhyaya HD, Sanchez V, Songok S, Saxena KB, Kimerto P, Varshney RK. 2014 Genetic diversity and demographic history of Cajanus spp. illustrated from genome-wide SNPs.  PLoS ONE, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088568
  • Siefert, A. & more than 30 authors including C. Baraloto. A global meta-analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities. 2015. Ecology Letters in press.
  • Sist, P., E. Rutishauser, M. Peña-Claros, A. Shenkin, B. Hérault, L. Blanc, C. Baraloto, F. Baya, F. Benedet, and K. E. Silva. 2015. The Tropical managed Forests Observatory: a research network addressing the future of tropical logged forests. Applied Vegetation Science 18: 171-174.
  • Slik F. and 100+ coauthors including Feeley KJ. 2015. An estimate of the number of tropical tree species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 112: 7472-7477.
  • Stroud J and Feeley KJ. 2015. Responsible academia: Optimizing conference locations to minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Ecography. 38: 402–404.
  • Stroud J, Rehm E, Ladd M, Olivas P, and Feeley KJ. 2014. Is conservation research money being spent wisely? Changing trends in conservation research priorities.  Journal of Nature Conservation. 22(5): 471-473.
  • Stroud JT and Feeley KJ. 2015. A Downside of Diversity? A response to Gallagher et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 30: 296–297.
  • Tangalin, N. Reflections on Invasive Species: Mauritius and Hawaii. Kiaʻi moku: Kauai Invasive Species Newsletter 4-5.
  • Taylor, C. M.,  H. Lorence, & B. E. Hammel. 2014. Rubiaceae: In B. E. Hammel, M. H. Grayum, C. Herrera y N. Zamores, eds. Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica. Vol. 7, Dicotiledóneas (Picramniaceae—Rutaceae). Missouri Botanical Garden Press, INBio, and Museo Nacional de Costa Rica, pp. 464—779. Lorence co-authored with Taylor and Hammel treatments of the following genera: Agouticarpa, Alibertia, Allenanthus, Amaioua, Appunia, Arachnothryx, Arcytophyllum, Bouvardia, Calycophyllum, Chiococca, Chomelia, Coffea, Cordiera, Deppea, Didymaea, Duroia, Galium, Genipa, Guettarda, Hamelia, Machaonia, Manettia, Morinda, Oldenlandia, Pittoniotis, Randia, Rogiera, Rondeletia, Sherardia, Simira, Sipanea, Sommera, & Stenostomum).
  • Thomson, V.A., O. Lebrasseur, J. J. Austin, T.L. Hunt, A. Burney, T. Denham, N. J. Rawlence, J.R. Wood, J. Gongora, L.G. Flink, A. Linderholm, K. Dobney, G. Larson, & A. Cooper. 2014. Reply to Beavan, Bryant, Storey and Matisoo-Smith: Ancestral Polynesian “D” haplotypes reflect authentic Pacific chicken lineages Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA111 (35) E3585-E3586; doi:10.1073/pnas.1411566111
  • Thomson, V.A., O. Lebrasseur, J. J. Austin, T.L. Hunt, A. Burney, T. Denham, N. J. Rawlence, J.R. Wood, J. Gongora, L.G. Flink, A. Linderholm, K. Dobney, G. Larson, & A. Cooper. 2014. Using ancient DNA to study the origins and dispersal of ancestral Polynesian chickens across the Pacific. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 111(13): 4826-4831;doi: 10.1073.pnas.1320412111
  • Toker C, Berger J, Kahraman A,  Aydogan A, Can C, Bukun B, Penmetsa RV, von Wettberg EJ,  Cook DR. Cicer reticulatum Ladizinsky, progenitor of the cultivated chickpea (C. arietinum L.).  Legume Perspectives, Issue 5, p26-27
  • Tomlinson, P.B.,Magellan Tracy M., & Griffith, M.P. 2014. Root contraction in Cycas and Zamia (Cycadales) determined by gelatinous fibers.  J. Bot. 101: 1275-1285.
  • Turi, C. E., Y. Liu,  Ragone, & S. J. Murch. 2015. Breadfruit (Artocarpus spp.): A traditional crop with the potential to prevent hunger and mitigate diabetes in the tropics. Trends in Food Science & Technology. 10.1016/j.tifs.2015.07.014
  • Verheyen, K., M. Vanhellemont, H. Auge, L. Baeten, C. Baraloto, N. Barsoum, S. Bilodeau-Gauthier, H. Bruelheide, B. Castagneyrol, and D. Godbold. 2015. Contributions of a global network of tree diversity experiments to sustainable forest plantations. Ambio:1-13.
  • von Wettberg EJ, Vance W, and Rowland, D.  2014.  News and Views: The Park Grass Experiment and Next Generation Approaches: Local adaptation of Sweet Vernal Grass revisited.  Molecular Ecology, 23, 5931-5933. DOI: 10.1111/mec.13007
  • Wagner, F., V. Rossi, C. Baraloto, D. Bonal, C. Stahl, and B. Hérault. 2014. Are Commonly Measured Functional Traits Involved in Tropical Tree Responses to Climate? International Journal of Ecology.
  • Wagner, W. L. The correct name for a subspecies of Oenothera fruticosaL. (Onagraceae). Phytokeys 34: 15-17.
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