Abstract Index, By Title

Abstracts received so far:

  1. Alternative hypotheses for the systematic placement of Mayaca. - CAMPBELL, LISA M.*, DENNIS WM. STEVENSON, JERROLD I DAVIS, AND CHRISTOPHER R. HARDY.
  2. Amino acid vs. nucleotide characters: challenging preconceived notions. - SIMMONS, MARK P.*, HELGA OCHOTERENA, AND JOHN V. FREUDENSTEIN.
  3. Angiosperm phylogenetics: genomic congruence and methodological incongruence. - BARKMAN, TODD J.
  4. Angiosperm phylogeny and morphology: characterisations of "all" clades of subfamilies and above. - STEVENS, PETER F.
  6. Anisophylleaceae and Cunoniaceae: Why are their flowers so similar? - MATTHEWS, MERRAN L.*, PETER K. ENDRESS, JÜRG SCHÖNENBERGER, AND ELSE MARIE FRIIS.
  7. Artifacts of coding amino acids and other composite characters for phylogenetic analysis. - FREUDENSTEIN, JOHN V.* AND MARK P. SIMMONS.
  8. Artocarpus (Moraceae) molecular phylogeny and the systematics and origins of breadfruit, Artocarpus altilis. - ZEREGA, NYREE CONARD* AND TIMOTHY J. MOTLEY.
  9. Austral biogeography: the evolution of subalpine Ourisia (Veronicaceae/Scrophulariaceae s.l.) in a phylogenetic context. - MEUDT, HEIDI M.* AND BERYL B. SIMPSON.
  10. Biodiversity, conservation and molecular phylogenies in the laurel forest of the Canary Islands: The case of a critically endangered taxon of Sambucus. - TRUSTY, JENNIFER L.*, ARNOLDO SANTOS-GUERRA, TORTSTEN ERIKSSON, AND JAVIER FRANCISCO-ORTEGA.
  11. Biogeography and diversity of the Solanaceae in the lomas formations of Chile and Peru. - DILLON, MICHAEL O.
  12. Biogeography and Phylogeny of the genus Osmanthus (Oleaceae):evidence from nuclear ribosomal ITS DNA Sequences. - COSKUN, FATIH* AND CLIFFORD R. PARKS.
  13. Biogeography of South American Jaltomata (Solanaceae), The. - MIONE, THOMAS*, SEGUNDO LEIVA G., AND DONALD H. LES.
  14. Cauliflory: seeing the flowers for the trees. - ZJHRA, MICHELLE L.
  15. Character evolution, toxicity, co-evolution, and relationships in the endemic Australian genus Gastrolobium (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae). - CHANDLER, GREGORY THOMAS*, MICHAEL DOUGLAS CRISP, AND RANDALL JAMES BAYER.
  16. Characteristics from living flowers improve classification of Tillandsia (Bromeliaceae). - GARDNER-SILL, C. S.
  17. Chloroplast DNA molecular study of the phylogenetic relationships of members of the Caesalpinia group (Caesalpinieae: Caesalpinioideae: Fabaceae), A. - WEEKS, ANDREA*, LEAH LARKIN, AND BERYL B. SIMPSON.
  18. Chloroplast DNA restriction site variation in North American Poa section Poa. - GILLESPIE, LYNN J.*, SAOOD OMER, AND ROBERT J. SORENG.
  19. Chloroplast introns in plant systematics. - KELCHNER, SCOT A.
  20. Cladistic analysis of Charianthus (Miconieae: Melastomataceae) using morphological and molecular characters, A. - PENNEYS, DARIN S.*, WALTER S. JUDD, NORRIS H. WILLIAMS, AND W. MARK WHITTEN.
  21. Commelinoid monocot phylogeny revisited, using a large chloroplast data set. - GRAHAM, SEAN W.*, DONNA CHERNIAWSKY, VINCENT L. BIRON, AND HARDEEP S. RAI.
  22. Comparative anatomy of the leaves and stems of Encelia (Asteraceae: Heliantheae). - KOUKOL, SCOTT R.* AND CURTIS CLARK.
  23. Comparisons of Tubuliforidites and pollen types within Asteraceae and related families: How do you recognize Asteraceae in the fossil record? - DEVORE, MELANIE L.*, JOHN J. SKVARLA, ZAIMING ZHAO, AND ROBERT K. JANSEN.
  24. Conservation genetics of Microcycas calocoma, a rare cycad endemic to Cuba: preliminary data from RAPD and AFLP markers. - BOGLER, DAVID*, ALEXANDRA MARRACCINI, AND JAVIER FRANCISCO-ORTEGA.
  25. Conservation genetics of Penstemon bicolor ssp. bicolor. - WOLFE, ANDREA D.*, REBECCA REILAND, CHRISTOPHER P. RANDLE, FRANK J. SMITH, AND PAUL G. WOLF.
  26. Convergence and diversity in annual members of Veronica (Scrophulariaceae). - ALBACH, DIRK C.* AND MANFRED A. FISCHER.
  27. Cryptic diversity in the goldfield Lasthenia californica sensu lato (Compositae: Heliantheae sensu lato). - CHAN, RAYMUND*, BRUCE G. BALDWIN, AND ROBERT ORNDUFF.
  28. Dating the age of angiosperms with DNA sequences of seven mitochondrial, plastid, and nuclear genes. - WHITLOCK, BARBARA A.*, JUNGHO LEE, OLENA DOMBROVSKA, FABIANA BERNASCONI-QUADRONI, AND YIN-LONG QIU.
  29. Defining the sources of Paradox: DNA sequence markers for North American walnut (Juglans L.) species and hybrids. - POTTER, DANIEL*, FANGYOU GAO, SCOTT BAGGETT, JAMES R. MCKENNA, AND GALE H. MCGRANAHAN.
  30. Delimitation and subdivision of "Justicioids" (Acanthaceae, Justicieae). - MCDADE, LUCINDA A.*, THOMAS F. DANIEL, KEVIN BALKWILL, AND ALISSA M. MARTIN.
  31. Diploid hybrid speciation in Ceanothus: morphomolecular analysis of two putative hybrid species adn their proposed parent species. - HARDIG, T. M.*, PAMELA S. SOLTIS, DOUGLAS E. SOLTIS, AND RYAN B. HUDSON.
  32. Dipsacales phylogeny: combining chloroplast sequences with morphological evidence. - PYCK, NANCY* AND ERIK SMETS.
  33. Dissecting an extensive polyploid complex in Glycine subgenus Glycine (Leguminosae) using low copy nuclear genes, nuclear ribosomal genes, and chloroplast sequences. - DOYLE, JEFF J.*, JANE L. DOYLE, JASON T. RAUSCHER, REID G. PALMER, AND TONY BROWN.
  34. Diversification in the endemic Hawaiian subfam. Alsinoideae (Caryophyllaceae): evidence from nrDNA ITS, ETS sequences and morphology. - NEPOKROEFF, MOLLY*, WARREN L. WAGNER, STEVEN G. WELLER, PAMELA S. SOLTIS, ELIZABETH A. ZIMMER, ANN K. SAKAI, AND DOUGLAS E. SOLTIS.
  35. DNA amplified fragment length polymorphisms and the relationships of Lathyrus(Fabaceae). - BADR, ABDELFATTAH*, HANAA H. EL SHAZLY, HADDAD EL RABEY, AND LINDA E. WATSON.
  36. Do nuclear and plastid loci in Asteraceae show substantial incongruence? A preliminary intertribal phylogenetic study of Heliantheae s. l. - SAAR, DAYLE E. AND MELVIN R. DUVALL.*
  37. Double trouble: Multiple origins of polyploidy in Tarasa(Malvaceae). - TATE, JENNIFER A.* AND BERYL B. SIMPSON.
  38. Ecology and Evolution of Orcuttieae (Poaceae): An Endangered Vernal Pool Grass. - BOYKIN, LAURA*, TIMOTHY LOWREY, AND WILLIAM POCKMAN.
  39. Effects of increasing genetic distance on alignment of, and tree construction from, rDNA internal transcribed spacer sequences, The. - SIMMONS, MARK P.* AND JOHN V. FREUDENSTEIN.
  40. Emerging analysis of the evolution of fruit and seed features in the Menispermaceae, An. - WHITE, PAMELA J.* AND DENNIS W. STEVENSON.
  41. Estimating absolute rates of molecular evolution and divergence times: a penalized likelihood approach. - SANDERSON, MICHAEL J.
  42. Evaluation of the proposed sister group relationships of the tribe Liabeae (Compositae), An. - FUNK, V. A.* AND HYIGYUNG KIM.
  43. Evolution and phylogenetic analysis of Gcyc (a Gesneriaceae cycloidea homolog) in subfamily Gesnerioideae (Gesneriaceae). - SMITH, JAMES F.*, DAVID A. BAUM, AND LENA HILEMAN.
  44. Evolution and Speciation in New Caledonian Araliaceae. - PLUNKETT, GREGORY M.*, PORTER P. LOWRY, AND JONATHAN M. EIBL.
  45. Evolution of ant mutualisms in Piper subg. Macrostachys (Piperaceae): variation in ant-associated characters. - TEPE, ERIC J.*, MICHAEL A. VINCENT, AND LINDA E. WATSON.
  46. Evolution of carnivory in the Lamiales: evidence from matK and adjacent noncoding regions, The. - MUELLER, KAI*, THOMAS BORSCH, LAURENT LEGENDRE, EBERHARD FISCHER, STEFAN POREMBSKI, AND WILHELM BARTHLOTT.
  47. Evolution of filamentous Ascomycetes inferred from multiple-gene-analyses. - LINDEMUTH, RALF*, NORA WIRTZ, IMKE SCHMITT, AND H. THORSTEN LUMBSCH.
  48. Evolution of pollen diversity in neotropical Phyllanthus (Euphorbiaceae). - CARPENTER, K. J.* AND G. L. WEBSTER.
  49. Evolution of the Bouteloua curtipendula complex (Gramineae: Chloridoideae) based on molecular data. - SIQUEIROS-DELGADO, MARIA ELENA* AND J. TRAVIS COLUMBUS.
  50. Evolution of the mesophyll in the grasses (Poaceae). - SANCHEZ-KEN, J. GABRIEL*, ROBERT H. MARCH, AND LYNN G. CLARK.
  51. Evolutionary reduction of inner pollen sacs (microsporangia) within the asteracean genus Microseris: a model system for the evolution of diagnostic characters. - GAILING, OLIVER* AND KONRAD BACHMANN.
  52. Evolutionary relationships in Dasylirion (Nolinaceae): an assessment using AFLP markers. - BOGLER, DAVID J.*, TIM RAWLINGS, AND JAVIER FRANCISCO-ORTEGA.
  53. Evolutionary relationships of the Clinopodioid complex and allied genera (Lamiaceae: Nepetoideae) based on ITS sequence data. - WILLIAMS, RACHEL A.* AND L. ALAN PRATHER.
  54. Exapnded phylogenetic analysis of Orchidaceae using three plastid genes: rbcL, atpB, and psaB , An. - CAMERON, KENNETH M.
  55. External seed coat morphology of Gilia (Polemoniaceae) and segregate genera: comparison and correspondence with phylogenetic relationships. - HOLT, KATHERINE*, LEIGH A. JOHNSON, J. MARK PORTER, AND JOHN S. GARDNER.
  56. Floral diversification and phylogenetic relationships in Achimenes (Gesneriaceae). - ROALSON, ERIC H.*, LARRY E. SKOG, AND ELIZABETH A. ZIMMER.
  57. Floral diversity and phylogeny of Pedicularis. - REE, RICHARD.
  58. Fruit dispersal and character evolution in the Neotropical genus Tococa (Melastomataceae). - MICHELANGELI, FABIAN A.
  59. Fusoid cells in bamboos and basal grasses (Poaceae): source of enhanced enlightenment? - MARCH, ROBERT H. AND LYNN G. CLARK.*
  60. Genera of Melanthieae (Liliales, Melanthiaceae): circumscription and relationships based on ITS and trnL-F sequence data, The. - ZOMLEFER, WENDY B.*, NORRIS H. WILLIAMS, W. MARK WHITTEN, AND WALTER S. JUDD.
  61. Genetic diversity of a rare Virgin Islands' endemic, Solanum conocarpum (Solanaceae). - STANFORD, ALICE M.*, LAUREL ROYER, CHARMAINE BELLOT, LOI'Y MUSTAFA, AND NACHET WILLIAMS.
  62. Genetic diversity on the endemic Penstemon caryi Pennel. using ISSR Markers. - LUTZ, ANDREW W AND ANDREA D WOLFE.*
  63. Genetic variation among populations of Solidago riddellii (Asteraceae): an uncommon species with a wide range. - VANDERPOOL, STARIA S.* AND LINH V. HOANG.
  64. Genetic variation in the renosterbos, Elytropappus rhinocerotis (Asteraceae) in the southwestern Cape, South Africa. - BERGH, N G*, T A J HEDDERSON, H P LINDER, AND W J BOND.
  65. Genomic in situ hybridization: A useful tool for understanding genome evolution of Oryza (Poaceae). - LI, CHANGBAO*, DAMING ZHANG, SONG GE, DE-YUAN HONG, AND TAO SANG.
  66. Genus Syringa (Oleaceae) is paraphyletic: evidence from sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS and ETS regions, The. - LI, JIANHUA*, JOHN H. ALEXANDER III, AND DONGLIN ZHANG.
  67. GRAPPA: a high-performance computational tool for phylogeny reconstruction from gene-order data. - MORET, BERNARD M. E.*, DAVID A. BADER, TANDY WARNOW, STACIA K. WYMAN, AND MI YAN.
  68. Growth form evolution in Adenia and correlations with phytochemistry. - HEARN, DAVID JOHN.
  69. Hawaiian blueberries and their relatives - A phylogenetic analysis of Vaccinium L. sections Macropelma (Klotzsch) Hooker f., Myrtillus Dumortier, and Hemimyrtillus Sleumer. - POWELL, E. ANN* AND KATHLEEN A. KRON.
  70. Hawaiian endemic mints are derived within North American Stachys (Lamiaceae), The. - LINDQVIST, CHARLOTTE* AND VICTOR A. ALBERT.
  71. High elevation ancestry for the Usambara Mountains and lowland populations of African violets (Saintpaulia, Gesneriaceae), A. - LINDQVIST, CHARLOTTE* AND VICTOR A. ALBERT.
  72. How useful is the LEAFY gene for the phylogeny reconstruction in the Caesalpinioideae? - ARCHAMBAULT, ANNIE* AND ANNE BRUNEAU.
  73. Hybridization in Aconitum subgenus Aconitum (Ranunculaceae) at Mt. Sobaek in Korea inferred from morphology and flavonoid chemistry. - LIM, CHAE EUN* AND CHONG-WOOK PARK.
  74. Implications of a two-intron cpDNA phylogeny of Primula (Primulaceae) for the group’s taxonomy and evolutionary history. - MAST, AUSTIN R.*, ELENA CONTI, A. JOHN RICHARDS, SYLVIA KELSO, DANIELA LANG, AND D. SKY FELLER.
  75. Incorporating indels as characters in phylogeny and the search for the best multiple sequence alignment. - YOUNG, NELSON D.* AND JOHN HEALY.
  76. Inference of Asparagales phylogeny using a large chloroplast data set. - MCPHERSON, MARC A.* AND SEAN W GRAHAM.
  77. Inferring phylogenies of photosynthetic organisms from chloroplast gene orders. - RAUBESON, LINDA A.*, DAVID BADER, BERNARD M. E. MORET, LI-SAN WANG, TANDY WARNOW, AND STACIA K. WYMAN.
  78. Infrageneric relationships in the genus Pereskia (Cactaceae). - BUTTERWORTH, CHARLES A.* AND ROBERT S. WALLACE.
  79. Insights into the origin and evolution of Myristicaceae (Magnoliales), based on morphological and molecular data. - SAUQUET, HERVE*, ANNICK LE THOMAS, JAMES A. DOYLE, KHIDIR W. HILU, THOMAS BORSCH, AND LARS W. CHATROU.
  80. Integrating molecular cytogenetics and phylogenetics: genome evolution in diploid and polyploid Tragopogon (Asteraceae). - PIRES, J. CHRIS*, ANNA M. SHERWOOD, K. YOONG LIM, ANDREW R. LEITCH, ILIA J. LEITCH, MICHAEL D. BENNETT, PAMELA S. SOLTIS, AND DOUGLAS E. SOLTIS.
  81. Inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) variation in three populations of Gaura neomexicana ssp. coloradensis (Onagraceae). - BROWN, GREGORY K.* AND DOROTHY E. TUTHILL.
  82. Intergeneric hybrids in New Zealand Gnaphalieae (Compositae). - WARD, JOSEPHINE M.* AND ILSE BREITWIESER.
  83. Internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1) in Picea (Pinaceae): structure and sequence divergence. - WRIGHT, WESLEY A., MARGARET COX, AND CHRISTOPHER S. CAMPBELL.*
  84. Interspecific relationships and morphological adaptation within the Macaronesian endemic genus Bystropogon (Lamiaceae): Evidence from the Internal Transcribed Spacer. - TRUSTY, JENNIFER L.*, ARNOLDO SANTOS-GUERRA, AND JAVIER FRANCISCO-ORTEGA.
  85. Is Rudbeckia heterophylla (Asteraceae, Heliantheae) a central Florida endemic of “ancient” hybrid origin? - URBATSCH, LOWELL*, PATRICIA COX, AND RICHARD RUTH.
  86. ITS Phylogeny of Iliamna (Malvaceae) and Related Genera. - SLOTTA, TRACEY A. BODO* AND DUNCAN PORTER.
  87. ITS phylogeny of North American asters (Asteraceae : Astereae). - BROUILLET, LUC*, GERALDINE A. ALLEN, JOHN C. SEMPLE, AND MOTOMI ITO.
  88. ITS secondary structure derived from comparative analysis: implications for sequence alignment and phylogeny in the Asteraceae. - GOERTZEN, LESLIE R.*, JAMIE J. CANNONE, ROBIN R. GUTELL, AND ROBERT K. JANSEN.
  89. ITS sequence variation in Tragopogon (Asteraceae): phylogeny and gene evolution in allopolyploids. - SHERWOOD, ANNA M*, PAMELA S SOLTIS, AND DOUGLAS E SOLTIS.
  90. Lectotypification of the endangered species Solidago shortii (Asteraceae). - BECK, JAMES B., ROBERT F. C. NACZI*, AND PATRICK J. CALIE.
  91. Limitations of Relative Apparent Synapomorphy Analysis (RASA) for measuring phylogenetic signal. - RANDLE, CHRISTOPHER P.*, MARK P. SIMMONS, JOHN V. FREUDENSTEIN, AND JOHN W. WENZEL.
  92. Low interspecific divergence in the genus Ceratozamia (Zamiaceae) detected with nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS, and chloroplast DNA trnL-F non-coding region as indication of recent speciation. - GONZALEZ, DOLORES* AND ANDREW P. VOVIDES.
  93. Lower Cretaceous evidence for the Cabombaceae water lily lineage and implications for molecular divergence in ancient monophyletic clades. - TAYLOR, DAVID WINSHIP*, GILBERT J. BRENNER, SA'D H. S. BASHA, AND ALI H. AL-HAMMAD.
  94. Madagasikaria (Malpighiaceae): an exciting new discovery form Madagascar, with important implications for floral evolution within Malpighiaceae. - DAVIS, CHARLES C.
  95. Microsporogenesis observation and karyotype analysis of some species in genus Juglans L.. - LI, GUIQIN* AND YINGLIN MU.
  96. Molecular Characterization and Phylogenetic Utility of nrDNA ETS Sequences in Rubus (Rosaceae). - BUNSAWAT, JIRANAN* AND LAWRENCE A. ALICE.
  97. Molecular evidence for a potential biogeographical connection between the Canary Islands and the Island of Socotra. - ANDRUS, NICOLE.
  98. Molecular evolution of photosynthetic genes in holoparasites Harveya Hook. and Hyobanche L. (Orobanchaceae). - RANDLE, CHRISTOPHER P.* AND ANDREA D. WOLFE.
  99. Molecular phylogenetic reexamination of the western North American subtribes Stephanomeriinae and Microseridinae (Compositae--Lactuceae), A. - LEE, JOONGKU*, BRUCE G. BALDWIN, AND L. D. GOTTLIEB.
  100. Molecular phylogenetic studies of members of tribes Helenieae, Heliantheae, and Eupatorieae (Asteraceae). 1. Introduction. - PANERO, JOSE L.*, BRUCE G. BALDWIN, EDWARD E. SCHILLING, AND JENNIFER A. CLEVINGER.
  101. Molecular phylogenetic studies of members of tribes Helenieae, Heliantheae, and Eupatorieae (Asteraceae). 2. Tribal/generic relationships. - PANERO, JOSE L.*, BRUCE G. BALDWIN, EDWARD E. SCHILLING, AND JENNIFER A. CLEVINGER.
  102. Molecular phylogenetic studies of members of tribes Helenieae, Heliantheae, and Eupatorieae (Asteraceae). 3. General systematics and proposed taxonomic changes in current classification. - PANERO, JOSE L.*, BRUCE G. BALDWIN, EDWARD E. SCHILLING, AND JENNIFER A. CLEVINGER.
  103. Molecular phylogenetics of the Liabeae (Asteraceae-Cichorioideae) based on ITS and ndhF sequences. - KIM, HYI-GYUNG*, VICKI A. FUNK, AND ELIZABETH A. ZIMMER.
  104. Molecular phylogenetics of the tribe Sicyeae (Cucurbitaceae). - CROSS, HUGH B.*, RAFAEL LIRA SAADE, ISELA RODRIGUEZ AREVALO, AND TIMOTHY J. MOTLEY.
  105. Molecular Phylogeny of Hypochaeris (Asteraceae) and Relationships to Other Genera of Hypochaeridinae. - SAMUEL, ROSABELLE*, TOD F. STUESSY, AND CARLOS M. BAEZA.
  106. Molecular phylogeny of North American Asclepias (Asclepiadaceae). - LYNCH, STEVEN P.*, LINDA E. WATSON, PETER MEYER, BRIAN FARRELL, AND RICHARD OLMSTEAD.
  107. Molecular Phylogeny of Polygonum sect. Echinocaulon (Polygonaceae) based on chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences. - YOO, MI-JEONG* AND CHONG-WOOK PARK.
  108. Molecular phylogeny of the Boraginaceae/Hydrophyllaceae, A. - OLMSTEAD, RICHARD* AND DIANE FERGUSON.
  109. Molecular phylogeny of the genus Polemonium (Polemoniaceae) using ITS sequence, A. - TIMME, RUTH E.* AND ISABELLE DE GEOFROY.
  110. Molecular rates parallel diversification contrasts between carnivorous plant sister lineages in Lentibulariaceae. - JOBSON, RICHARD W.* AND VICTOR A. ALBERT.
  111. Molecular systematic analysis of botanical trace eividence. - CIMINO, M.T.*, L.M. BRINKAC, M.E. HOPKINS, N.A. GROSS, AND R.A. BEVER.
  112. Molecular Systematic Studies of Cycads (Cycadales): initial results based on chloroplast DNA gene spacers, ITS rDNA sequences, and DNA fingerprinting. - BOGLER, DAVID J.*, ALEXANDRA MARRACCINI, AND JAVIER FRANCISCO-ORTEGA.
  113. Molecular systematics and biogeography of the amphibious genus Littorella (Plantaginaceae). - HOGGARD, RON*, PAUL KORES, MIA MOLVRAY, GLORIA HOGGARD, AND DAVID BROUGHTON.
  114. Molecular systematics and biogeography of the genus Tilia (Tiliaceae). - COSKUN, FATIH*, JIANHUA LI, AND CLIFFORD R. PARKS.
  115. Molecular systematics and floral structure of a Western Gondwanan clade of Myrtales. - SCHOENENBERGER, JUERG* AND ELENA CONTI.
  116. Molecular systematics of Convolvulaceae inferred from multiple chloroplast loci. - STEFANOVIC, SASA* AND RICHARD G OLMSTEAD.
  117. Molecular systematics of leafless Vandeae (Orchidaceae): An example from tropical America. - CARLSWARD, BARBARA S.* AND W. MARK WHITTEN.
  118. Molecular systematics of Potamogeton (Potamogetonaceae). - HAYNES, ROBERT R.*, CHARLOTTE LINDQVIST, AND VICTOR A. ALBERT.
  119. Molecular Systematics of Sagittaria (Alismataceae). - KEENER, BRIAN R.*, ROBERT R. HAYNES, CHARLOTTE LINDQVIST, AND VICTOR A. ALBERT.
  120. Molecular Systematics of the Chiococceae-Catesbaeeae Complex (Rubiaceae): Flower and Fruit Evolution and Systematic Implications. - DELPRETE, PIERO G.* AND TIMOTHY J. MOTLEY.
  121. Molecular Systematics of the Chiococceae-Catesbaeeae Complex (Rubiaceae): Phylogeny and Biogeography. - MOTLEY, TIMOTHY J.* AND PIERO G. DELPRETE.
  122. Molecular Systematics of the Eriocaulaceae: evidence from chloroplast sequence data. - UNWIN, MATTHEW M.*, PAULO TAKEO SANO, AND LINDA E. WATSON.
  123. Molecular systematics, GISH, and the origin of amphidiploids in Nicotiana (Solanaceae). - CHASE, MARK W.*, ANTONY V. COX, SANDY KNAPP, JEFFREY JOSEPHS, AND ALEX S. PAROKONNY.
  124. Monographic studies of Compsoneura, a Neotropical genus of the Myristicaceae. - JANOVEC, JOHN P.
  125. Morphological and genetic variation in Hibiscus sect. Muenchhusia (Malvaceae). - SMALL, RANDALL L.
  126. Morphological and molecular cladistic analysis of Echinodorus with emphasis on the placement of E. floridanus, (Alismataceae), A. - REESE, NANNETTE*, ROBERT R. HAYNES, CHARLOTTE LINDQVIST, AND VICTOR A. ALBERT.
  127. Morphometric analyses of red maple (Acer rubrum L.), silver maple (Acer saccharinum L.), and their hybrid (Acer X freemanii E. Murray). - CIOFANI, KRISTEN, LYDIA MIRAMONTES, AND RICHARD JENSEN.*
  128. Morphometric analyses support specific status for Eutrema penlandii Rollins (Brassicaceae). - FAYETTE, KIM* AND LEO P. BRUEDERLE.
  129. Morphometrics of Solidago shortii, an endangered goldenrod from Kentucky (Asteraceae). - BECK, JAMES B., ROBERT F. C. NACZI*, AND PATRICK J. CALIE.
  130. Multi-locus combined analysis of Epidendroideae (Orchidaceae), A. - FREUDENSTEIN, JOHN V.*, CASSIO VAN DEN BERGH, W. MARK WHITTEN, KENNETH M. CAMERON, DOUGLAS H. GOLDMAN, AND MARK W. CHASE.
  131. Natural Interspecific Hybridization in Opuntia of the Northern Chihuahuan Desert Region. - GRIFFITH, M. PATRICK.
  132. Neotropical Lobelioideae (Campanulaceae): more new species, more new characters. - LAMMERS, THOMAS G.
  133. New approaches for using gene order data in phylogeny reconstruction. - JANSEN, ROBERT K.*, DAVID BADER, BERNARD M. E. MORET, LINDA A. RAUBESON, LI-SAN WANG, TANDY WARNOW, AND STACIA WYMAN.
  134. New computer program, GapCoder allows inclusion of indels as characters in phylogenetic analysis, A. - HEALY, JOHN* AND NELSON D. YOUNG.
  135. Nuclear rDNA ETS sequence data and the systematics of Machaeranthera (Asteraceae). - MORGAN, DAVID R.
  136. Nucleotide and amino acid sequence evolution of tassleseed2 in Poaceae and implications for estimated secondary protein structure. - MALCOMBER, SIMON T.*, ANDREW N. DOUST, TONY VERBOOM, AND ELIZABETH A. KELLOGG.
  137. Ontogenetic floral evolution of Mimulus lewisii and M. cardinalis(formerly Scrophulariaceae, s.l.): Allometry and morphology. - HAZLE, THOMAS* AND JUDITH M. CANNE-HILLIKER.
  138. Origin and Diversification of Tribe Anthemideae (Asteraceae), based on molecular phylogenies of ndhF and ITS. - WATSON, LINDA E.*, TIMOTHY M. EVANS, MATTHEW M. UNWIN, AND AMY B. KORKVEN.
  139. Origin of the Hawaiian subfam. Alsinoideae and preliminary relationships in Caryophyllaceae inferred from matK and trnL C-F sequence data. - NEPOKROEFF, MOLLY, WARREN L. WAGNER*, ELIZABETH A. ZIMMER, STEPHEN G. WELLER, ANN K. SAKAI, AND RICHARD K. RABELER.
  140. Overview of Subtribe Solidagininae (Asteraceae: Astereae). - BECK, JAMES B.*, GUY L. NESOM, PATRICK J. CALIE, GARY I. BAIRD, RANDY L. SMALL, AND EDWARD E. SCHILLING.
  141. Paleoherb Status of Hydnoraceae Supported by Multigene Analyses. - NICKRENT, DANIEL L.*, ALBERT BLARER, YIN-LONG QIU, DOUGLAS E. SOLTIS, AND MICHAEL ZANIS.
  142. Palynotaxonomic study of the genus Filipendula Adans. (Rosaceae), A. - LEE, SANGTAE*, MEEKYOUNG KANG, AND CHUNGHEE LEE.
  143. Patterns of speciation and the evolution of hummingbird and self-pollination in the Erythranthe clade of Mimulus (Phrymaceae)as inferred from an AFLP phylogeny. - BEARDSLEY, PAUL M.*, ALAN YEN, AND RICHARD G. OLMSTEAD.
  144. Peppers and pipevines: phylogenetic relationships within Piperales. - NEINHUIS, CHRISTOPH*, STEFAN WANKE, KHIDIR W. HILU, AND THOMAS BORSCH.
  145. Phenetic study of the Iris hartwegii complex (Iridaceae) based on RAPD's and morphological data, A. - RIGGS, ERIN L.* AND CAROL A. WILSON.
  146. Phylogenetic analyses of selected genera of subfamily Papilionoideae, using nucleotide sequence data of the nuclear-encoded gibberellic acid 20-oxidase genesof. - YANG, L.*, K. STEELE, AND M. LAVIN.
  147. Phylogenetic analysis of Boltonia (Astereae, Asteraceae) based on nr ETS and ITS sequence data. - KARAMAN, VESNA* AND LOWELL E. URBATSCH.
  148. Phylogenetic analysis of Crescentieae and Tabebuia s.l. (Bignoniaceae). - GROSE, SUSAN O.* AND RICHARD G. OLMSTEAD.
  149. Phylogenetic analysis of Dahlia (Asteraceae), A. - SAAR, DAYLE E.*, NEIL O. POLANS, MELVIN R. DUVALL, AND PAUL D. SøRENSEN.
  150. Phylogenetic analysis of Gomphichis and the subtribe Prescottiinae (Orchidaceae). - ALVAREZ, AIDA* AND KENNETH CAMERON.
  151. Phylogenetic analysis of land plants using four genes from three genomes, A. - LEE, JUNGHO*, OLENA DOMBROVSKA, MARGARET HOEY, BARBARA A. WHITLOCK, AND YIN-LONG QIU.
  152. Phylogenetic analysis of Poa (Poaceae) based on cpDNA restriction site data: DNA variation versus morphological divergence, A. - GILLESPIE, LYNN J. AND ROBERT J. SORENG.*
  153. Phylogenetic analysis of Schoenoplectus (Cyperaceae) using ITS sequence data. - YOUNG, LAURA*, PAUL KORES, AND MIA MOLVRAY.
  154. Phylogenetic analysis of trnL-F sequence variation indicates a monophyletic Buddlejaceae and a paraphyletic Buddleia. - WALLICK, KYLE, WAYNE ELISENS*, PAUL KORES, AND MIA MOLVRAY.
  155. Phylogenetic and biogeographic relationships of Caltha (Ranunculaceae) based on DNA sequence data and morphology. - SCHUETTPELZ, ERIC J.* AND SARA B. HOOT.
  156. Phylogenetic assessment of subtribe Spiranthinae and tribe Cranichideae (Orchidaceae) from four plastid and one nuclear DNA sequence datasets. - SALAZAR, GERARDO A., MARK W. CHASE, AND MARTIN INGROUILLE.*
  157. Phylogenetic insights into the Maloideae (Rosaceae) from the granule-bound starch synthase I (GBSSI) gene. - EVANS, RODGER C.* AND CHRISTOPHER S. CAMPBELL.
  158. Phylogenetic investigations of the Ericameria/Chrysothamnus complex (Astereae, Asteraceae) based on nuclear ribosomal ITS and ETS sequence data. - ROBERTS, ROLAND P.* AND LOWELL E. URBATSCH.
  159. Phylogenetic placement of Hillebrandia sandwichensis (Begoniaceae). - CLEMENT, WENDY L.*, LAURA L. FORREST, AND SUSAN M. SWENSEN.
  160. Phylogenetic relationship and breeding system evolution in Callirhoe (Malvaceae). - HALL, PAULA M.*, TIMOTHY K. LOWREY, AND DIANE L. MARSHALL.
  161. Phylogenetic relationships among the monocots, as inferred from morphology and nucleotide sequence variation in three genes. - DAVIS, J.I.*, D.WM. STEVENSON, L. CAMPBELL, D. GOLDMAN, C. HARDY, F. MICHELANGELI, M. SIMMONS, AND C. SPECHT.
  162. Phylogenetic relationships among North American columnar cacti revisited. - WALLACE, ROBERT S.
  163. Phylogenetic relationships and biogeography of Stewartia (Camellioideae, Theaceae) inferred from nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS sequences. - LI, JIANHUA*, PETER DEL TREDICI, SHIXIONG YANG, AND MICHAEL J. DONOGHUE.
  164. Phylogenetic relationships in tribe Neillieae (Rosaceae) inferred from DNA sequences. - OH, SANG-HUN* AND DANIEL POTTER.
  165. Phylogenetic relationships in the Alismataceae. - SOROS, CONNIE L.* AND DONALD H. LES.
  166. Phylogenetic relationships in Cantua (Polemoniaceae): Inferences from cpDNA sequences, nrDNA ITS sequences, and pollen morphology. - WIESE, ANNA K.* AND L. ALAN PRATHER.
  167. Phylogenetic relationships in Haloragaceae emphasizing the aquatic genus Myriophyllum. - MOODY, MICHAEL L.* AND DONALD H. LES.
  168. Phylogenetic relationships in the genus Townsendia (Asteraceae: Astereae) based on nuclear ribosomal DNA variation in ITS and ETS regions. - WHITTON, JEANNETTE*, STACEY THOMPSON, KATRINA DLUGOSCH, AND LINDA P. JENNINGS.
  169. Phylogenetic relationships in Oönopsis (Asteraceae) based on DNA sequences from three spacer regions. - BOEREMA, DAVID, TIMOTHY M. EVANS*, AND GREGORY K. BROWN.
  170. Phylogenetic relationships of Mutisieae(Asteraceae) from the Guayana Highland. - KIM, HYI-GYUNG*, VICKI A. FUNK, ROBERT K. JANSEN, AND ELIZABETH A. ZIMMER.
  171. Phylogenetic relationships of endemic species of Crambe sect. Dendrocrambe (Brassicaceae) in Macaronesia based on chloroplast DNA restriction site data. - GOODSON, BARBARA E.*, JAVIER FRANCISCO-ORTEGA, JAVIER FUERTES-AGUILAR, ARNOLDO SANTOS-GUERRA, AND ROBERT K. JANSEN.
  172. Phylogenetic relationships of New Zealand Asteraceae inferred from ITS sequences. - WAGSTAFF, STEVEN J* AND ILSE BREITWIESER.
  173. Phylogenetic relationships of the Australian tribe Anthocercideae (Solanaceae) based on chloroplast DNA sequences. - GARCIA, VICENTE F.* AND RICHARD G. OLMSTEAD.
  174. Phylogenetic relationships of Aurantioideae (Rutaceae): A cladistic analysis using the Nuclear Internal Transcribed Spacer region. - MORTON, CYNTHIA M.* AND MATTHEW GRANT.
  175. Phylogenetic relationships within Passiflora L. section Cieca Mast. (Passifloraceae) based on morphological and molecular evidence. - PORTER-UTLEY, KRISTEN*, WALTER JUDD, JOHN MACDOUGAL, MARK WHITTEN, AND NORRIS WILLIAMS.
  176. Phylogenetic relationships within the blueberry tribe (Vaccinieae, Ericaceae) based on matK and nrITS sequence data. - KRON, KATHLEEN A.* AND E. ANN POWELL.
  177. Phylogenetic relationships within Plantago (Plantaginaceae) based on ITS and trnL sequence data. - RøNSTED, NINA.
  178. Phylogenetic signal of structural characters on Festuca sensu lato (Poaceae, Poeae). - TORRECILLA, PEDRO*, JOSE ANGEL LOPEZ-RODRIGUEZ, AND PILAR CATALAN.
  179. Phylogenetic study of Iris subgenus Iris utilizing matK sequence and morphological data, A. - WILSON, CAROL A.
  180. Phylogenetic study of Madagascan Polyscias and close relatives in the Ginseng family (Araliaceae). - VU, NINH VIET*, GREGORY MICHAEL PLUNKETT, AND PORTER P. II LOWRY.
  181. Phylogenetic study of pea, A. - POLANS, NEIL O.*, JEFFERY A. NELSON, DANA R. KURPIUS, AND DAYLE E. SAAR.
  182. Phylogenetics of Aristida (Gramineae) based on internal transcribed spacer sequences (nrDNA). - CERROS-TLATILPA, ROSA* AND J. TRAVIS COLUMBUS.
  183. Phylogenetics of Cochliostema, Geogenanthus, and an undescribed genus (Commelinaceae) using morphology and DNA sequence data from 26S, 5S-NTS, rbcL, and trnL-F loci. - HARDY, CHRISTOPHER R.*, JERROLD I DAVIS, ROBERT B. FADEN, AND DENNIS W. STEVENSON.
  184. Phylogenetics of Hilaria and Pleuraphis (Gramineae: Chloridoideae). - COLUMBUS, J. TRAVIS* AND ERIC H. ROALSON.
  185. Phylogenetics of Muhlenbergia and relatives (Poaceae: Chloridoideae) based on internal transcribed spacer region sequences (nrDNA). - PETERSON, PAUL M.*, J. TRAVIS COLUMBUS, ROSA CERROS TLATILPA, AND MICHAEL S. KINNEY.
  186. Phylogenetics of Nemophila using molecular and morphological data. - HELFGOTT, D. MEGAN* AND BERYL B. SIMPSON.
  187. Phylogenetics of Paniceae (Poaceae). - DUVALL, MELVIN R., JEFFREY D. NOLL*, AND ALEXANDRA H. MINN.
  188. Phylogenetics of Prunus (Rosaceae) as determined by ITS, the chloroplast trnL-trnF spacer and s6pdh: implications for subgeneric classification, biogeography and evolution of morphology. - BORTIRI, ESTEBAN*, SANG-HUN OH, FANG-YOU GAO, JIANGUO JIANG, SCOTT BAGGETT, ANDREW GRANGER, CLAY WEEKS, MEGAN BUCKINGHAM, DAN POTTER, AND DAN E. PARFITT.
  189. Phylogenetics of the genusTulipa(Liliaceae): evidence from five plastid DNA regions. - FAY, MICHAEL F.*, KATE BORLAND, PENELOPE STRANC, AND MARK W. CHASE.
  190. Phylogenetics of Tribe Orchideae (Orchidaceae). - BATEMAN, RICHARD M.* AND PETER M. HOLLINGSWORTH.
  191. Phylogeny and biogeography of the Lobeliaceae based on the chloroplast genes atpB and rbcL and their intergenic spacer sequence, The. - KNOX, ERIC B.* AND A. MUTHAMA MUASYA.
  192. Phylogeny and biogeography of Staphyleaceae (DC.) Lindl. - SIMMONS, SARAH L.* AND JOSE L. PANERO.
  193. Phylogeny and biogeography of the Empetraceae based on sequences of nuclear and chloroplast genes. - LI, JIANHUA*, JOHN H. ALEXANDER III, TOM WARD, PETER DEL TREDICI, AND ROB NICHOLSON.
  194. Phylogeny and biogeography of Orobanchaceae reconstructed from nuclear rDNA 5.8s and ITS sequence data. - WOLFE, ANDREA D.*, CHRISTOPHER P. RANDLE, AND KIM E. STEINER.
  195. Phylogeny and evolution of Nymphaea: integrating evidence from different genomic regions and from paleobotany. - BORSCH, THOMAS*, KHIDIR W. HILU, JOHN H. WIERSEMA, C. BARRE HELLQUIST, SURREY W.L. JACOBS, VOLKER WILDE, AND WILHELM BARTHLOTT.
  196. Phylogeny and evolution of the Magnoliaceae implied by sequences of 10 chloroplast DNA regions. - KIM, SANGTAE*, CHONG-WOOK PARK, AND YOUNGBAE SUH.
  197. Phylogeny and historical biogeography of Cercis: evidence from ITS and ndhF DNA sequences, The. - FRITSCH, PETER W.*, CHARLES C. DAVIS, JIANHUA LI, AND MICHAEL J. DONOGHUE.
  198. Phylogeny of Bupleurum (Apiaceae) based on ITS sequence data. - NEVES, SUSANA S.* AND MARK F. WATSON.
  199. Phylogeny of Costaceae: Implications concerning floral morphology, A. - SPECHT, CHELSEA D.* AND DENNIS W. STEVENSON.
  200. Phylogeny of early-diverging eudicots based on multiple genes: rbcL, atpB, 18S and 26S rDNA sequences. - KIM, SANGTAE*, DOUGLAS, E. SOLTIS, PAMELA, S. SOLTIS, YOUNGBAE SUH, AND MICHAEL ZANIS.
  201. Phylogeny of extant Cycadales inferred from chloroplast matK gene. - CHAW, SHU-MIAW*, TERRENCE W. WALTERS, SHARON S. HU, AND HSIN-HSIAO CHEN.
  202. Phylogeny of family Apiaceae genus Daucus derived from morphological characters: preliminary investigations, A. - LEE, BYOUNG-YOON* AND CHONG-WOOK PARK.
  203. Phylogeny of Gunnera. - WANNTORP, LIVIA.
  204. Phylogeny of Malpighiaceae: evidence from chloroplast ndhF and trnL-F nucleotide sequences. - DAVIS, CHARLES C.*, WILLIAM R. ANDERSON, AND MICHAEL J. DONOGHUE.
  205. Phylogeny of New World Riverweeds (Podostemaceae): morphology. - PHILBRICK, C. THOMAS*, ALEJANDRO NOVELO R., ROLF RUTISHAUSER, AND DONALD H. LES.
  206. Phylogeny of North American Asclepias estimated from non-coding chloroplast (rpl16 intron and trnC-rpoB spacer) DNA sequences. - FISHBEIN, MARK*, ROBERTA J. MASON-GAMER, DEBORAH J. HOPP, ERIN DOUTHIT, AND STEVEN P. LYNCH.
  207. Phylogeny of Pachycereus (Cactaceae) based in molecular data. - ARIAS, SALVADOR*, TERESA TERRAZAS, AND KENNETH M. CAMERON.
  208. Phylogeny of Poaceae subfamily Panicoideae based on sequences of phytochrome B, a low-copy nuclear gene. - BARBER, JANET C.*, LILIANA M. GIUSSANI, AND ELIZABETH A. KELLOGG.
  209. Phylogeny of Rubus (Rosaceae) based on Granule-Bound Starch Synthase I (GBSSI) gene sequences. - ALICE, LAWRENCE A.* AND AMBER HOGART.
  210. Phylogeny of the cycads and their placement in the seed plants, as inferred from a large chloroplast data set. - RAI, HARDEEP S.*, HEATH O'BRIEN, RICHARD G. OLMSTEAD, AND SEAN W. GRAHAM.
  211. Phylogeny of the Cyphomandra clade of the genus Solanum (Solanaceae). - BOHS, LYNN.
  212. Phylogeny of the Dipsacales s.l. based on chloroplast trnL-F and ndhF sequences. - ZHANG, WEN-HENG, ZHI-DUAN CHEN*, HU-BIAO CHEN, AND YAN-CHENG TANG.
  213. Phylogeography and major range disjunctions of the rare, granite endemic Carlquistia muirii (Compositae—Madiinae): Ancient long-distance dispersal or surfing on the Salinian Block? - BALDWIN, BRUCE G.
  214. Pollen morphological characters as phylogenetic markers in neotropical taxa of Phyllanthus (Euphorbiaceae). - WEBSTER, GRADY L.* AND KEVIN J. CARPENTER.
  216. Pollination of Gaura villosa (Onagraceae) by antlions (Neuroptera). - CLINEBELL II, RICHARD R. AND PETER C. HOCH.*
  217. Polyphyly in the Brazilian bamboo genus Apoclada (Poaceae: Bambusoideae). - GUALA, GERALD*, DAVID BOGLER, JAMES SADLE, AND JAVIER FRANCISCO ORTEGA.
  218. Population genetic structure, phylogeny, and breeding system in Epipactis (Orchidaceae: Neottieae). - BATEMAN, RICHARD M.*, PETER M. HOLLINGSWORTH, JANE SQUIRRELL, JAMES H. DICKSON, AND MARK TEBBITT.
  219. Population Genetics in Iliamna using ISSRs. - SLOTTA, TRACEY A. BODO* AND DUNCAN M. PORTER.
  220. Preliminary Molcular Evidence for the Origin of Darwiniothamnus (Asteraceae). - ANDRUS, NICOLE*, DAVID BOGLER, ALAN TYE, GERALD GUALA, AND JAVIER FRANCISCO-ORTEGA.
  221. Preliminary morphological and molecular analyses on alkali grasses (Puccinellia, Poaceae) in the Canadian arctic archipelago. - CONSAUL, LAURIE L.* AND LYNN J. GILLESPIE.
  222. Preliminary phylogenetic studies in the Menyanthaceae. - PADGETT, DONALD J. AND DONALD H. LES.*
  223. Preliminary phylogeny of Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae) based on morphology and ITS sequence data. - CLARK, JOHN L.
  224. Radiation of Mimulus (Phrymaceae) in western North America: evolution of polyploidy, woodiness, and pollination syndromes. - BEARDSLEY, PAUL M.*, STEVE SCHOENIG, AND RICHARD G. OLMSTEAD.
  225. Rare plants species on the Russian Far East. - SAPOZHNIKOVA-BOYLE, TATIANA G.
  226. Re-evaluation of the infrageneric classification of Clematis (Ranunculaceae) using chloroplast DNA sequences, A. - SLOMBA, JONATHAN, M.*, FREDERICK, B. ESSIG, AND JAMES, R. GAREY.
  227. Reappraisal of the resorption pores of hyalocysts in the Calymperaceae and their phylogenetic significance, A. - YIP, KWOK LEUNG* AND BRENT D. MISHLER.
  228. Reassessment of tribal affinities of several enigmatic genera of Australian Asteraceae, based on three chloroplast sequences, A. - BAYER, RANDALL J.*, EDWARD W. CROSS, AND NEIL H. BAGNALL.
  229. Recent transfers of cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase genes between conifers diverged 200 million years ago. - TANK, DAVID C.*, XIAO-QUAN WANG, AND TAO SANG.
  230. Reclassification of within-Poeae-groups based on molecular evidence, A. - CATALAN, PILAR*, PEDRO TORRECILLA, AND JOSE ANGEL LOPEZ-RODRIGUEZ.
  231. Reconstruction of the phylogeny of the Campanulaceae s.str. using ITS sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA. - EDDIE, W. M.*, T. SHULKINA, J. GASKIN, R. HABERLE, AND R. K. JANSEN.
  232. Reevaluation of the affinities of the Tepuianthaceae: molecular and morphological evidence for placement in the Malvales, A. - WURDACK, KENNETH J.* AND JAMES W. HORN.
  233. Relationships in subtribe Coreopsidinae (Asteraceae: Heliantheae): insights from ITS sequences. - CRAWFORD, DANIEL J.*, REBECCA T. KIMBALL, AND MESFIN TADESSE.
  234. Revision of the genus Calatola (Icacinaceae) in Mexico, A. - VERA-CALETTI, PATRICIA* AND TOM WENDT.
  235. Revisiting Stapf: Phylogeny of Ephedra, insights from plastid genes and morphology. - ICKERT-BOND, STEFANIE, M.* AND RAYMOND, J. CRANFILL.
  236. Sectional circumscription and relationships of gynecandrous Carex subgenus Vignea (Cyperaceae) based on morphology. - YELTON, SHARON* AND ROBERT F. NACZI.
  237. Sectional relationship Hypericum (Clusiaceae) based on the molecular data. - PARK, SEON-JOO AND KI-JOONG KIM.*
  238. Seed plant relationships and the systematic position of Gnetales; evidence from nuclear and chloroplast DNA demonstrates the monophyly of Conifers. - RYDIN, CATARINA*, MARI KALLERSJO, AND ELSE MARIE FRIIS.
  239. Sequence variation in the KNOTTED1 gene family across the grass family (Poaceae): implications for protein primary and secondary structure. - VERBOOM, G. ANTHONY*, SIMON T. MALCOMBER, ANDREW N. DOUST, AND ELIZABETH A. KELLOGG.
  240. Sex expression, compatibility and crossing relationships in the Vittadinia group (Asteraceae). - LOWREY, TIMOTHY K.*, RICHARD WHITKUS, JOY AVRITT, AND CHRISTOPHER J. QUINN.
  241. Simple leaves, complex leaves: which way? - BHARATHAN, G, T GOLIBER, J-J CHEN*, AND N SINHA.
  242. Some observations on the reproductive morphology of the wahlenbergioid genera of the family Campanulaceae s.str.from the fynbos vegetation of South Africa. - EDDIE, W. M.* AND C. N. CUPIDO.
  243. Southern hemisphere biogeography: phylogenetic evidence from angiosperms and other groups. - STONE, R. DOUGLAS.
  244. Species boundaries in Camassia: Analysis of a putative hybrid zone. - GROSS, BRIANA*, KARI ROLLENHAGEN, JAMIE MELLOR, AND SUSAN KEPHART.
  245. Species boundaries in Canna (Cannaceae): evidence from nuclear ITS DNA sequence data. - PRINCE, LINDA M.* AND W. JOHN KRESS.
  246. Studies of evolution and development of petaloid bracts in dogwoods (Cornus). - HU, JER-MING*, NICOLE M. MATUREN, AND MICHAEL W. FROHLICH.
  247. Systematic Affinities of Two Enigmatic African Families, Grubbiaceae and Hydrostachyaceae - Evidence from Nuclear 26S rDNA Sequence Data. - FAN, CHUANZHU* AND (JENNY) QIU-YUN XIANG.
  248. Systematic analysis of Liatrinae (Asteraceae). - SCHILLING, EDWARD E.* AND PATRICIA B. COX.
  249. Systematic research and the geospatial realm: examples from studies of Neotropical plants. - JANOVEC, JOHN P.*, BERRY BROSI, AND AMANDA K. NEILL.
  250. Systematics and phylogeny of Chione DC. (Rubiaceae). - TAYLOR, DAVID WILLIAM.
  251. Systematics and taxonomy of Australian seagrasses (family Zosteraceae). - LES, DONALD H.*, MICHAEL L. MOODY, SURREY W. L. JACOBS, AND RANDALL J. BAYER.
  252. Systematics of native North American Linaria (Scrophulariaceae). - CRAWFORD, PHILLIP T* AND WAYNE J. ELISENS.
  253. Systematics of Retiniphyllum (Rubiaceae). - CORTES, ROCIO*, PIERO G. DELPRETE, AND TIMOTHY J. MOTLEY.
  254. Systematics of the Tetraplasandra group (Araliaceae) using molecular and morphological data. - COSTELLO, ANNEMARIE* AND TIMOTHY J. MOTLEY.
  255. Systematics of Trichostema L. (Lamiaceae): evidence from ITS, ndhF, and morphology. - HUANG, MINGJUAN*, JOHN V. FREUDENSTEIN, AND DANIEL J. CRAWFORD.
  256. Tale of two families: Phylogeny of the Chenopodiaceae-Amaranthaceae, A. - PRATT, DONALD B.*, LYNN G. CLARK, AND ROBERT S. WALLACE.
  257. Taxonomic revision of Magnolia section Maingola Dandy (Magnoliaceae) and the multivariate analysis of Magnolia macklottii complex. - KIM, SANGTAE*, CHONG-WOOK PARK, AND YOUNGBAE SUH.
  258. Taxonomy and Systematics of Podostemum (Podostemaceae). - PHILBRICK, C. THOMAS*, ALEJANDRO NOVELO R., AND DONALD H. LES.
  259. Tests of recombinant speciation in Astragalus. - ALEXANDER, J. ANDREW* AND AARON LISTON.
  260. Towards a phylogeny of Gnetum: first results from rbcL, Leafy, and ITS sequences. - WON, HYOSIG* AND SUSANNE S. RENNER.
  261. Towards an understanding of the Mulga complex (Acacia aneura): polyploidy, hybridization and apomixis create dynamic population structures. - MILLER, JOSEPH T AND RANDALL J BAYER.*
  262. Tracing allopolyploid speciation in Hordeum. - BLATTNER, FRANK R.
  263. Tribal relationships and character evolution in the cashew family (Anacardiaceae): inferences from three regions of the chloroplast genome. - PELL, SUSAN K.* AND LOWELL E. URBATSCH.
  264. Trichome morphology and its systematic implications in Centropogon and other genera of Lobelioideae (Campanulaceae). - BATTERMAN, MCLYNDA R.W. AND THOMAS G. LAMMERS.*
  265. True yams, Dioscorea (Dioscoreaceae): phylogenetic analysis of chloroplast nucleotide sequences, The. - BHARATHAN, G*, L RAZ, AND P WILKIN.
  266. Untangling Physalis (Solanaceae) from the physaloids: two-gene phylogeny vindicates the splitters. - WHITSON, MARY KATHRYN.
  267. Use of morphometric shape descriptors in relation to an independent molecular phylogeny: the case of fruit type evolution in Bornean Lithocarpus (Fagaceae), The. - CANNON, CHARLES* AND PAUL MANOS.
  268. Utility of floral and vegetative fragrance for phylogenetic inference in three genera of Nyctaginaceae, The. - LEVIN, RACHEL A.* AND LUCINDA A. MCDADE.
  269. Utility of low-copy nuclear genes in plant phylogenetics. - SANG, TAO.
  270. Utility of microsatellites in wild potatoes. - LARA-CABRERA, SABINA, CELESTE RAKER, AND DAVID M. SPOONER.*
  271. Utility of the External Transcribed Spacer (ETS) in Compositae tribe Cardueae phylogeny reconstruction and rapid evolution of North American thistles (Cirsium species). - KELCH, DEAN G.* AND BRUCE G. BALDWIN.
  272. What IS Suksdorf's hawthorn? - DICKINSON, TIMOTHY A.
  273. What is the sister-group of the tribe Cacteae? (Cactaceae: Cactoideae). - BUTTERWORTH, CHARLES A.* AND ROBERT S. WALLACE.