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Intercontinental disjunctions between eastern Asia and western North America in vascular plants highlight the biogeographic importance of the Bering land bridge from late Cretaceous to Neogene

Journal Article published Sep 2016 in Journal of Systematics and Evolution volume 54 issue 5 on pages 469 to 490

Research funded by Arnold Arboretum | Field Museum and the Smithsonian Institution

Authors: Jun Wen, Ze-Long Nie, Stefanie M. Ickert-Bond

Herbarium specimens demonstrate earlier flowering times in response to warming in Boston

Journal Article published Aug 2004 in American Journal of Botany volume 91 issue 8 on pages 1260 to 1264

Research funded by Boston University | Arnold Arboretum

Authors: Daniel Primack, Carolyn Imbres, Richard B. Primack, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, Peter Del Tredici

A site for sori: Ecophysiology of fertile-sterile leaf dimorphy in ferns

Journal Article published May 2016 in American Journal of Botany volume 103 issue 5 on pages 845 to 855

Research funded by NSF REU | Harvard Forest, Harvard University | Mercer Fellowship | Arnold Arboretum

Authors: James E. Watkins, Amber C. Churchill, N. Michele Holbrook

Influence of soil pathogens on early regeneration success of tropical trees varies between forest edge and interior

Journal Article published 13 Nov 2017 in Oecologia volume 186 issue 1 on pages 259 to 268

Research funded by Arnold Arboretum (Ashton award) | Garden Club of America (Award in Tropical Botany) | Yale University (TRI fellowship)

Authors: Meghna Krishnadas, Liza S. Comita

Zygotic dormancy underlies prolonged seed development inFranklinia alatamaha(Theaceae): a most unusual case of reproductive phenology in angiosperms

Journal Article published 6 Apr 2016 in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society volume 181 issue 1 on pages 70 to 83

Research funded by Arnold Arboretum | Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolutionary Biology (MEME)

Authors: Kristel M. Schoonderwoerd, William E. Friedman

Elatinaceae are sister to Malpighiaceae; Peridiscaceae belong to Saxifragales

Journal Article published Feb 2004 in American Journal of Botany volume 91 issue 2 on pages 262 to 273

Research funded by Arnold Arboretum | NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement (DEB-0073299) | Rackham Faculty | University of Michigan

Authors: Charles C. Davis, Mark W. Chase

Stoichiometry of cationic nutrients in Phaeozems derived from skarn and Acrisols from other parent materials in lowland forests of Thailand

Journal Article published Mar 2018 in Geoderma Regional volume 12 on pages 1 to 9

Research funded by Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute | National Institute for Environmental Studies | Royal Government of Thailand | Arnold Arboretum | Harvard Forest, Harvard University | Sigma Xi | NERC (NE/L012774/1) | Rockefeller Foundation | CTFS | US-AID | John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation | National Science Foundation (DEB.0075334)

Authors: Ian C. Baillie, Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin, Manop Kaewfoo, Patrick J. Baker, Stephen H. Hallett


Journal Article published Jan 1981 in Evolution volume 35 issue 1 on pages 101 to 123

Research funded by Arnold Arboretum

Authors: Thomas J. Givnish

The evolution of intrinsic reproductive isolation in the genus Cakile (Brassicaceae)

Journal Article published 29 Nov 2016 in Journal of Evolutionary Biology volume 30 issue 2 on pages 361 to 376

Research funded by National Science Foundation (DEB-1011329) | Arnold Arboretum

Authors: C. G. Willis, K. Donohue

Incidence of Extrafloral Nectaries and Their Relationship with Growth and Survival of Lowland Tropical Rain Forest Trees

Journal Article published 4 Feb 2016 in Biotropica volume 48 issue 3 on pages 321 to 331

Research funded by Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (PUCE) | Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute | government of Ecuador | Arnold Arboretum | Andrew W. Mellon Foundation | UNESCO-MAB | University of Aarhus of Denmark | URO Summer Research Fellowship | Malaysian government | National Science Foundation | US National Science Foundation

Authors: Andrew Muehleisen, Simon A. Queenborough, Pablo Alvia, Renato Valencia, Brigitte Fiala