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Shine, R. 2012: Manipulative Mothers and Selective Forces: The effects of Reproduction on Thermoregulation in Reptiles. Herpetologica 68(3): 289-298
Dale F.DeNardo, O.L.andZ.R.S. 2012: Are Females Maternal Manipulators, Selfish Mothers, or Both? Insight from Pythons. Herpetologica 68(3): 299-307
Andrews, L.S.andR.M. 2012: "Selfish Mothers" Use "Maternal Manipulation" To Maximize Lifetime Reproductive Success. Herpetologica 68(3): 308-311
Steven J.Price, R.A.B.andM.E.D. 2012: Resistance and Resilience of a Stream Salamander to Supraseasonal Drought. Herpetologica 68(3): 312-323
Krista M.Noel, C.P.Q.andJ.R.E. 2012: A Comparison of Artificial Incubation and Natural Incubation Hatching Success of Gopher Tortoise (Gopherus Polyphemus) Eggs in Southern Mississippi. Herpetologica 68(3): 324-333
Carolina Perez-Heydrich, K.J.,L.D.W.andM.B.B. 2012: Gopher Tortoise Hatchling Survival: Field Study and Meta-Analysis. Herpetologica 68(3): 334-344
Thomas A.Jenssen, S.G.andW.J.S. 2012: Complex Signal Usage by Advertising Male Green Anoles (Anolis Carolinensis): A test of Assumptions. Herpetologica 68(3): 345-357
Herve Lelièvre, C.M.,G.B.-D.,X.B.andO.L. 2012: Two Syntopic Colubrid Snakes Differ in their Energetic Requirements and in their Use of Space. Herpetologica 68(3): 358-364
Rute B.G.Clemente-Carvalho, A.A.G.,T.H.C.,C.F.B.H.andS. 2012: A New Species of Miniaturized Toadlet, Genus Brachycephalus (Anura: Brachycephalidae), from the Atlantic Forest of Southeastern Brazil. Herpetologica 68(3): 365-374
Paulo Passos, D.C.-H.,D.E.R.,C.A.andW.E.S. 2012: Rediscovery of Atractus Microrhynchus and Reappraisal of the Taxonomic Status of A. Emersoni and A. Natans (Serpentes: Dipsadidae). Herpetologica 68(3): 375-392
Felipe SáFortes Leite, T.L.P.andP.C.deA.G. 2012: A New Species Of The Bokermannohyla Pseudopseudis Group From The EspinhaO Range, Central Bahia, Brazil (Anura: Hylidae). Herpetologica 68(3): 401-409
Mauricio Ocampo, .A.-K.andS.ánQ. 2012: A New Species of Liolaemus (Iguania: Liolaemidae) of the Alticolor Group from la Paz, Bolivia. Herpetologica 68(3): 410-417
Fausto E.Barbo, F.G.G.,I.S.,M.M.andR.J.S. 2012: A New and Threatened Insular Species of Lancehead from Southeastern Brazil. Herpetologica 68(3): 418-429
Susan Hayes, H.B.,R.B.,N.M.andJ.D. 2012: Approximating the Face of 'Aunty': A Question of Likeness. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 19(2): 306-321
Yang, B. 2011: Ethnic Solidarity for Economic Survival: Korean Greengrocers in New York Cityby Pyong Gap Min. Review of Social Economy 69(3): 399-402
Olthaar, M. 2011: Less Pretension, More Ambition: Development Policy in Times of Globalizationby Peter van Lieshout; Robert Went; Monique Kremer. Review of Social Economy 69(4): 521-524
Robert D.Bradley, J.B.L.,R.S.P.,L.L.P.,D.D.H.,A.O.S. 2012: Genetic and Conservation Status of a Relictual Population of the Hispid Cotton Rat (Sigmodon Hispidus Eremicus). The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 231-239
Shipley, M.T.B.andA.J. 2012: Spatial Dynamics and Growth of two Native Species of Catostomids: Are Movements Restricted?. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 248-256
Michael V.Cove, L.M.N.andV.L.J. 2012: Use of Probability of Detection When Conducting Analyses of Surveys of Mesopredators: A Case Study from the Ozark Highlands of Missouri. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 257-261
Barrows, C.W. 2012: Temporal Patterns of Abundance of Arthropods on Sand Dunes. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 262-266
P.Aaron Webber, P.D.T.andP.B. 2012: Status and Structure of two Populations of the Bluehead Sucker (Catostomus Discobolus) in the Weber River, Utah. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 267-276
Rafael Miranda, D.G.,S.M.andG.P.F. 2012: Diversity Of Freshwater Fishes In Reserva De La Biosfera Barranca De MetztitlN, Hidalgo, Mexico, And Recommendations For Conservation. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 285-291
Castañeda, H.éctorG.andG. 2012: Demography of the Side-Blotched Lizard, Uta Stansburiana, in Sand Dunes of the Central Chihuahuan Desert. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 292-303
Víctor H.Luja, R.R.-E.,K.R.,G.P.-O.andA.R.írez-B. 2012: The Chytrid Fungus Batrachochytrium Dendrobatidis in Isolated Populations of the Baja California Treefrog Pseudacris Hypochondriaca Curta in Baja California Sur, Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 323-327
Bredemeyer, J.F.O.'L.andW.R. 2012: Postfire Responses by Southern Arroyo Willow Forest and by Southern-Willow Scrub Dominated by Salix Lasiolepis in San Diego County, California. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 327-332
Monica González-Jaramillo, C.S.andH.delaC. 2012: Adoption as a Conservation Strategy for the Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata Magnificens). The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 332-335
Taylor, E.K.M.andC.A. 2012: Red Swamp Crawfish (Procambarus Clarkii) Discovered in the San Pedro River, Arizona: A New Invader in a Threatened Ecosystem. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 339-340
Iii, A.R.andC.vanR. 2012: Breeding Colonies of Least Terns (Sternula Antillarum) in Northern Sonora, Mexico, 20062008. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 342-345
Mohlenbrock, F.J.D.J.andR.H. 2012: Land Snails in Ephemeral Pools at Ottine Swamp, Gonzales County, Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(3): 353-355
Christopher M.Lituma, M.L.M.andJ.D.W. 2012: Restoration of Grasslands and Nesting Success of Dickcissels (Spiza Americana). The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 138-143
Donna E.Hamilton, N.E.M.I.andL.D.D.I.I.I. 2012: Using Implanted Passive Integrated Transponders to Monitor Long-Term Burrow Fidelity in a Theraphosid Spider, Aphonopelma Hollyi. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 144-147
Leavitt, D.J. 2012: Assemblages of Rodents in Riparian Forests along the Rio Grande in big Bend National Park, Texas: Current and Historic Insights on the effects of Invasion by Saltcedars. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 148-153
Greg D.Pleasant, C.B.D.,R.B.M.andB.R.B. 2012: Clinical Variables of Scaled Quail (Callipepla Squamata) in the Southern high Plains of Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 154-156
Guillermo A.Woolrich-Piña, J.A.L.E.,L.O.-L.ópezandG.R.S. 2012: Ecology of Xenosaurus Rectocollaris in Tehuacan Valley, Puebla, Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 157-161
Tiffany D.Biagas, A.S.H.,A.L.R.andB.A.P. 2012: Time of Day does not affect Detection in Visualencounter Surveys of a Spring-Dwelling Salamander, Eurycea Naufragia. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 162-165
Andelt, J.R.R.andW.F. 2012: Reproductive Ecology and Characteristics of Denning Sites of the San Clemente Island Fox. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 170-175
Verónica Farías, T.K.F.andR.M.S. 2012: Activity and Distribution of Gray Foxes (Urocyon Cinereoargenteus) in Southern California. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 176-181
Martin K.Terry, A.E.P.,A.W.S.,D.M.T.,D.M.P.andJ.R.M. 2012: Genetic Structure of a Population of the Endangered Star Cactus (Astrophytum Asterias) in Southern Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 182-188
Trevor G.Rubenstahl, A.M.H.andK.B.K. 2012: Nesting Success of Scissor-Tailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus Forficatus) at a Wind Farm in Northern Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 189-194
Koprowski, N.ásR.L.andJ.L. 2012: Communal Nesting Behavior In Mearns'S Squirrels (Tamiasciurus Mearnsi). The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 195-198
Eric Reyes Ramirez, M.C.C.,C.W.L.,S.M.B.,R.G.-A.,S. 2012: Home Ranges of Female Rio Grande Turkeys (Meleagris Gallopavo Intermedia) in Southern Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 198-201
Harris and Jonena Hearst, A.H. 2012: Late Wisconsin Mammalian Fauna from Dust Cave, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Culberson County, Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 202-206
Matthew R.Acre, D.J.L.andC.M.S. 2012: A Patternless Morph of the Marbled Whiptail (Aspidoscelis Marmorata; Squamata: Teiidae) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 206-207
Koprowski, K.E.M.andJ.L. 2012: Copulatory Plugs of Round-Tailed Ground Squirrels (Xerospermophilus Tereticaudus). The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 208-210
Helen K.Pigage, J.C.P.andR.D.P. 2012: Siphonaptera of Peromyscus in the Niobrara Chalk Barrens, Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 210-212
Armando J.Contreras-Balderas, O.B.-M.andJ.A.G.ía-S. 2012: Black-Capped Vireo (Vireo Atricapilla) In Urban Areas Of Monterrey, Nuevo LeN, Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 212-213
Chris T.McAllister, H.W.R.,T.M.B.andD.A.E. 2012: Distributional Records for four Fishes from the Arkansas, Mississippi, and White Rivers of Arkansas. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 217-219
Erick Rubén Rodríguez-Ruíz, I.C.-A.andJ.V.H. 2012: New Records and Proposed Geographical Range of Pacas (Cuniculus Paca) in Northeastern Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 219-221
Miguel Briones-Salas, A.H.-A.,M.M.C.andG.G.álezP.érez 2012: New Records of the Endemic Chinanteco Deermouse Habromys Chinanteco (Rodentia: Cricetidae) in the Sierra Madre de Oaxaca, Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 57(2): 221-222
Smith and Segundo Leiva González, S.D. 2011: A New Species of "Iochroma" (Solanaceae) from Ecuador. Novon 21(4): 491-495
Morgan S Busby, D.M.B.,A.J.F.andD.G.N. 2012: Egg Deposition and Development of Eggs and Larvae of Bigmouth Sculpin (Hemitripterus Bolini). Northwestern Naturalist 93(1): 1-16
Richart, R.P.O.'D.andC.H. 2012: Diet of the Columbia Torrent Salamander, Rhyacotriton Kezeri (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae): Linkages between Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems in Forested Headwaters. Northwestern Naturalist 93(1): 17-22
Rodney B Siegel, R.L.W.,R.C.K.I.I.,J.F.S.andA.L.H. 2012: Elevation Ranges of Birds at Mount Rainier National Park, North Cascades National Park Complex, and Olympic National Park, Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 93(1): 23-39
Carly A Silver, J.E.T.,A.S.W.andS.E.B. 2012: Relationships between Wetland Macroinvertebrates and Waterfowl along an Agricultural Gradient in the Boreal Transition Zone of Western Canada. Northwestern Naturalist 93(1): 40-59
Luke A Groff, W.G.D.,S.N.K.andS.J.C. 2012: Temporally Irregular Breeding of Western Spadefoot Toads (Spea Hammondii) in Managed Wetlands. Northwestern Naturalist 93(1): 79-83
Bury, S.A.N.andR.B. 2012: Hatchlings of the Western Pond Turtle (Actinemys Marmorata) in Diet of Great Blue Heron (Ardea Herodias). Northwestern Naturalist 93(1): 84-85
Helm, S.R. 2012: Notes on Prey of a Green Heron from Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist 93(1): 85-87
David L Cowles, J.G.G.andJ.L.H. 2012: Negative Interspecies Interactions in a Glaucous-Winged Gull Colony on Protection Island, Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 93(2): 89-100
Hope, A.G. 2012: High Shrew Diversity On Alaska'S Seward Peninsula: Community Assembly And Environmental Change. Northwestern Naturalist 93(2): 101-110
Kozma, J.M. 2012: Nest-Site Characteristics of three Woodpecker Species in Managed Ponderosa Pine Forests of the Eastern Cascade Range. Northwestern Naturalist 93(2): 111-119
Laura M MacPherson, M.G.S.,L.F.andC.E.S. 2012: Evaluating Sampling Techniques for Low-Density Populations of Arctic Grayling (Thymallus Arcticus). Northwestern Naturalist 93(2): 120-132
Acker, J. 2012: Recent Trends in Western Screech-Owl and Barred Owl Abundances on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 93(2): 133-137
Cameron B Rognan, J.M.S.andM.L.M. 2012: Autonomous Recording of Great Gray Owls in the Sierra Nevada. Northwestern Naturalist 93(2): 138-144
John Fieberg, L.B.andD.H.V.V. 2012: Could you please phrase "home range" as a question?. Journal of Mammalogy 93(4): 890-902
Zack and Neal Woodman, S.P. 2012: Deciduous dentition of Didymictis (Carnivoramorpha: Viverravidae): implications for the first appearance of "Creodonta". Journal of Mammalogy 93(3): 808-817
Lichtenstein, C.A.andK. 2012: The associations among coping, nadir Cd4+ T-cell count, and non-Hiv-related variables with health-related quality of life among an ambulatory Hiv-positive patient population. Quality of Life Research 21(6): 993-1003
Zofia M.Prokop, .M.,S.M.D.,M.H.,J.R.andE.M. 2012: Meta-Analysis Suggests Choosy Females Get Sexy Sons More Than "Good Genes". Evolution 66(9): 2665-2673
Stockley, L.E.andP. 2012: Genetic Conflicts, Intrinsic Male Fertility, and Ejaculate Investment. Evolution 66(9): 2685-2696
Liam J.Revell, R.G.R.andE.K. 2012: A New Bayesian Method for Fitting Evolutionary Models to Comparative Data with Intraspecific Variation. Evolution 66(9): 2697-2707
Kyong-Sook Chung, A.L.H.,E.H.R.andE.K. 2012: Chromosome Number Evolves Independently of Genome Size in a Clade with Nonlocalized Centromeres (Carex: Cyperaceae). Evolution 66(9): 2708-2722
Carole M.Smadja, B.C.,R.V.,M.G.,J.F.,J.-J.Z.,R.K.B.andC.P. 2012: Large-Scale Candidate Gene Scan Reveals the Role of Chemoreceptor Genes in Host Plant Specialization and Speciation in the Pea Aphid. Evolution 66(9): 2723-2738
Thomas H.Q.Powell, D.H.C.,C.E.L.J.,J.L.F.andC.L. 2012: On the Scent of Standing Variation for Speciation: Behavioral Evidence for Native Sympatric Host Races of Rhagoletis Pomonella (Diptera: Tephritidae) in the Southern United States. Evolution 66(9): 2739-2756
Stuart J.E.Baird, A.R.,M.M.,T.A.,J.P.,J.G.deB.andB.F. 2012: Where Are the Wormy Mice? A Reexamination of Hybrid Parasitism in the European House Mouse Hybrid Zone. Evolution 66(9): 2757-2772
Jason T.Weir, D.J.W.,T.D.P.andJ.V. 2012: The Role of Ecological Constraint in Driving the Evolution of Avian Song Frequency across a Latitudinal Gradient. Evolution 66(9): 2773-2783
Elizabeth Perrault Derryberry, N.S.,S.C.,J.A.T.,A.B.,A.A.,R.T.B. 2012: Correlated Evolution of Beak Morphology and Song in the Neotropical Woodcreeper Radiation. Evolution 66(9): 2784-2797
Kari Roesch Goodman, S.C.W.,G.K.R.andK.D. 2012: Genetic Divergence is Decoupled from Ecological Diversification in the Hawaiian Nesosydne Planthoppers. Evolution 66(9): 2798-2814
Peter J.P.Croucher, G.S.O.,A.L.,N.M.,R.G.G.andC.L. 2012: Colonization History and Population Genetics of the Color-Polymorphic Hawaiian Happy-Face Spider Theridion Grallator (Araneae, Theridiidae). Evolution 66(9): 2815-2833
Angela R.Eads, N.J.M.,J.P.E.andE.M. 2012: Patterns of Genetic Variation in Desiccation Tolerance in Embryos of the Terrestrial-Breeding Frog, Pseudophryne Guentheri. Evolution 66(9): 2865-2877
Kazuo H.Takahashi, Y.O.,K.T.andA.M. 2012: Deficiency Screening for Genomic Regions with effects on Environmental Sensitivity of the Sensory Bristles of Drosophila Melanogaster. Evolution 66(9): 2878-2890
David N.Reznick, R.D.B.,J.T.,F.H.R.andR.B. 2012: Life-History Evolution in Guppies Viii: The Demographics of Density Regulation in Guppies (Poecilia Reticulata). Evolution 66(9): 2903-2915
Goggy Davidowitz, H.F.N.,D.A.R.andC.K. 2012: Predicting the Response to Simultaneous Selection: Genetic Architecture and Physiological Constraints. Evolution 66(9): 2916-2928
Jeremiah E.Scott, J.B.L.,M.J.R.andC.K. 2012: On the Reversibility of Mandibular Symphyseal Fusion. Evolution 66(9): 2940-2952
Derek A.Roff, D.J.F.andC.K. 2012: A test of the Hypothesis that Correlational Selection Generates Genetic Correlations. Evolution 66(9): 2953-2960
Sebastien Dupont, G.L.,T.F.,P.C.,P.G.,L.B.andJ.W. 2012: Ergosterol Biosynthesis: A Fungal Pathway for Life on Land?. Evolution 66(9): 2961-2968
Folmer Bokma, V.vandenB.,T.S.andJ.V. 2012: Unexpectedly Many Extinct Hominins. Evolution 66(9): 2969-2974
Masato Yoshizawa, G.A.,W.R.J.andC.P. 2012: Parental Genetic effects in a Cavefish Adaptive Behavior Explain Disparity between Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA. Evolution 66(9): 2975-2982
Francisco Garcia-Gonzalez, L.W.S.,J.L.T.,J.S.K.,J.P.E. 2012: Comparing Evolvabilities: Common Errors Surrounding the Calculation and Use of Coefficients of Additive Genetic Variation. Evolution 66(8): 2341-2349
Bürger, X.S.Z.andR. 2012: Fisher'S Geometrical Model Of Fitness Landscape And Variance In Fitness Within A Changing Environment. Evolution 66(8): 2350-2368
Jeremy M.Beaulieu, D.-C.J.,C.B.,B.C.O.'M.andL.K. 2012: Modeling Stabilizing Selection: Expanding the Ornstein Uhlenbeck Model of Adaptive Evolution. Evolution 66(8): 2369-2383
Anneke Dierks, B.B.,K.F.andP.W. 2012: Response to Selection on Cold Tolerance is Constrained by Inbreeding. Evolution 66(8): 2384-2398
Michael B.Morrissey, D.J.P.,P.K.,J.M.P.,L.E.B.K.,A.J.W. 2012: The Prediction Of Adaptive Evolution: Empirical Application Of The Secondary Theorem Of Selection And Comparison To The Breeder'S Equation. Evolution 66(8): 2399-2410
Andrea J.Betancourt, B.B.-M.,B.C.andJ.W. 2012: The relation between the Neutrality Index for Mitochondrial Genes and the Distribution of Mutational effects on Fitness. Evolution 66(8): 2427-2438
Sean M.Rogers, P.T.,B.S.,S.B.,M.M.,D.M.K.,D.S.andJ.K. 2012: Genetic Signature of Adaptive Peak Shift in Threespine Stickleback. Evolution 66(8): 2439-2450
John L.Fitzpatrick, L.W.S.,J.P.E.andE.M. 2012: Complex Patterns of Multivariate Selection on the Ejaculate of a Broadcast Spawning Marine Invertebrate. Evolution 66(8): 2451-2460
Derek A.Roff, D.J.F.andG.M. 2012: The Evolution of Trade-Offs under Directional and Correlational Selection. Evolution 66(8): 2461-2474
Mats Olsson, M.T.,M.H.,C.P.,M.W.andB.L. 2012: A Significant Component of Ageing (Dna Damage) is Reflected in Fading Breeding Colors: An Experimental test using Innate Antioxidant Mimetics in Painted Dragon Lizards. Evolution 66(8): 2475-2483
J.David Van Dyken, M.J.W.andA.A. 2012: Origins Of Altruism Diversity Ii: Runaway Coevolution Of Altruistic Strategies Via "Reciprocal Niche Construction". Evolution 66(8): 2498-2513
Barbara Boldin, .K.andM.D. 2012: On the Evolutionary Dynamics of Pathogens with Direct and Environmental Transmission. Evolution 66(8): 2514-2527
Olivia Roth, I.K.,S.H.L.,W.S.,T.B.H.R.andA.R. 2012: Hosts Are Ahead in a Marine Host-Parasite Coevolutionary Arms Race: Innate Immune System Adaptation in Pipefish Syngnathus Typhie against Vibrio Phylotypes. Evolution 66(8): 2528-2539
Sarah Franziska Bryner, D.R.andA.R. 2012: Virulence not Only Costs but Also Benefits the Transmission of a Fungal Virus. Evolution 66(8): 2540-2550
Eric Lewitus, P.R.H.,C.C.S.andC.F. 2012: Phylogenetic Comparison of Neuron and Glia Densities in the Primary Visual Cortex and Hippocampus of Carnivores and Primates. Evolution 66(8): 2551-2563
Jonathan D.Kennedy, J.T.W.,D.M.H.,D.T.T.,J.M.,T.D.P.and 2012: Ecological Limits on Diversification of the Himalayan Core Corvoidea. Evolution 66(8): 2599-2613
Kubatko, D.L.R.andL. 2012: Positive Correlation between Diversification Rates and Phenotypic Evolvability can Mimic Punctuated Equilibrium on Molecular Phylogenies. Evolution 66(8): 2622-2627
Cathleen Jewell, A.D.P.,R.F.,L.C.M.andC.A.B. 2012: Patterns of Reproductive Isolation in Nolana (Chilean Bellflower). Evolution 66(8): 2628-2636
Dominic A.Edward, T.C.andE.M. 2012: Measuring the Fitness Benefits of Male Mate Choice in Drosophila Melanogaster. Evolution 66(8): 2646-2653
Hart, G.J.V.andM. 2012: The Limits of Adaptation: Humans and the Predator Prey Arms Race. Evolution 66(7): 2007-2014
Lauren M.Childs, N.L.H.,M.J.Y.,R.J.W.,J.S.W.andS.G. 2012: Multiscale Model of Crispr-Induced Coevolutionary Dynamics: Diversification at the Interface of Lamarck and Darwin. Evolution 66(7): 2015-2029
Florian P.Schiestl, S.D.andJ.P. 2012: The Evolution of Floral Scent and Olfactory Preferences in Pollinators: Coevolution or Pre-Existing Bias?. Evolution 66(7): 2042-2055
Erem Kazancıoğlu, H.K.,S.H.A.andS.W. 2012: The Evolution of Social Interactions Changes Predictions about Interacting Phenotypes. Evolution 66(7): 2056-2064
David W.Hall, M.A.D.G.andJ.S. 2012: The effects of Kin Selection on Rates of Molecular Evolution in Social Insects. Evolution 66(7): 2080-2093
Lyon, L.H.andB. 2012: Costs and Constraints Conspire to Produce Honest Signaling: Insights from an Ant Queen Pheromone. Evolution 66(7): 2094-2105
Thomas P.Gosden, K.-L.S.,P.I.,S.F.C.andM.R. 2012: The B-Matrix Harbors Significant and Sex-Specific Constraints on the Evolution of Multicharacter Sexual Dimorphism. Evolution 66(7): 2106-2116
Devin Arbuthnott, H.D.R.andR.B. 2012: Sexual Selection is Ineffectual or Inhibits the Purging of Deleterious Mutations in Drosophila Melanogaster. Evolution 66(7): 2127-2137
Ammon Corl, H.E.andB.L. 2012: The Genomic Signature of Sexual Selection in the Genetic Diversity of the Sex Chromosomes and Autosomes. Evolution 66(7): 2138-2149
Zachariah Gompert, L.K.L.,C.C.N.,J.A.F.,M.L.F.,C.A.B. 2012: Genomic Regions with a History of Divergent Selection affect Fitness of Hybrids between two Butterfly Species. Evolution 66(7): 2167-2181
Craig R.McClain, T.G.,J.J.-R.,P.J.U.andG.M. 2012: Increased Energy Promotes Size-Based Niche Availability in Marine Mollusks. Evolution 66(7): 2204-2215
Michael K.Borregaard, N.J.G.,C.R.andM.A. 2012: Are Range-Size Distributions Consistent with Species-Level Heritability?. Evolution 66(7): 2216-2226
Damien B.Wilburn, K.E.B.,R.G.G.,J.C.,P.W.F.,L.D.H.,R.C. 2012: Proteomic and Utr Analyses of a Rapidly Evolving Hypervariable Family of Vertebrate Pheromones. Evolution 66(7): 2227-2239
Björn Stelbrink, C.A.,R.H.,T.vonR.andB.F. 2012: The Biogeography Of Sulawesi Revisited: Is There Evidence For A Vicariant Origin Of Taxa On Wallace'S "Anomalous Island"?. Evolution 66(7): 2252-2271
Ian S.Pearse, A.L.H.andJ.V. 2012: Global Patterns of Leaf Defenses in Oak Species. Evolution 66(7): 2272-2286
Ilkka Kronholm, F.X.P.ó,C.A.-B.,J.G.,J.deM.andJ.K. 2012: Genetic Basis of Adaptation in Arabidopsis Thaliana: Local Adaptation at the Seed Dormancy Qtl Dog1. Evolution 66(7): 2287-2302
Yoav Ram, L.H.andJ.H. 2012: The Evolution of Stress-Induced Hypermutation in Asexual Populations. Evolution 66(7): 2315-2328
Yevgeniy Raynes, M.R.G.,P.D.S.andM.J. 2012: Contrasting Dynamics of a Mutator Allele in Asexual Populations of Differing Size. Evolution 66(7): 2329-2334
RenéBekkers, R.éB. 2012: Trust and Volunteering: Selection or Causation? Evidence From a 4 Year Panel Study. Political Behavior 34(2): 225-247
Irene Lavagi, M.E.,W.W.,J.B.andR.M.B. 2012: From Bench to Bountiful Harvests: A Road Map for the Next Decade of Arabidopsis Research. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2240-2247
Consortium, T.I.A.I. 2012: Taking the Next Step: Building an Arabidopsis Information Portal. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2248-2256
Committee, T.E.P.I.C.P. 2012: Reading the Second Code: Mapping Epigenomes to Understand Plant Growth, Development, and Adaptation to the Environment. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2257-2261
Alex Marshall, R.B.A.,D.A.,T.B.,M.R.B.,M.A.B.,A.I.C.ño- 2012: Tackling Drought Stress: Receptor-Like Kinases Present New Approaches. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2262-2278
Jianping Hu, A.B.,B.B.,N.L.,R.T.M.,S.R.andB.K.Z. 2012: Plant Peroxisomes: Biogenesis and Function. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2279-2303
Klaas Heijmans, K.A.,A.S.R.,J.Z.,M.W.-A.,T.G.andM.V. 2012: Redefining C and D in the Petunia Abc. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2305-2317
Daniel H.Chitwood, L.R.H.,A.R.,C.C.M.,S.A.B.,D.P.K. 2012: Leaf Asymmetry as a Developmental Constraint Imposed by Auxin-Dependent Phyllotactic Patterning. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2318-2327
Wagner L.Araújo, T.T.,S.O.,M.L.,I.B.,I.K.,A.S.-P.,B.U.,A.N.-N. 2012: Antisense Inhibition of the 2-Oxoglutarate Dehydrogenase Complex in Tomato Demonstrates Its Importance for Plant Respiration and during Leaf Senescence and Fruit Maturation. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2328-2351
L.Curtis Hannah, B.F.,J.B.,J.R.S.,S.B.,J.D.S.,R.B.,N.G.andT. 2012: A shrunken-2 Transgene Increases Maize Yield by Acting in Maternal Tissues to Increase the Frequency of Seed Development. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2352-2363
Xueqing Huang, S.E.,R.C.M.,K.T.andM.K. 2012: Epistatic Natural Allelic Variation Reveals a Function of Agamous-Like6 in Axillary Bud Formation in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2364-2379
Mara Schuler, R.R. lvarez,C.F.-S.,J.A.andP.B. 2012: Nicotianamine Functions in the Phloem-Based Transport of Iron to Sink Organs, in Pollen Development and Pollen Tube Growth in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2380-2400
Yoshiki Nishimura, T.S.,S.N.,M.K.-Y.andH.U. 2012: Gsp1 Triggers the Sexual Developmental Program Including Inheritance of Chloroplast Dna and Mitochondrial Dna in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2401-2414
Ping Lou, J.W.,F.C.,L.G.C.,X.W.andC.R.M.C. 2012: Preferential Retention of Circadian Clock Genes during Diploidization following Whole Genome Triplication in Brassica rapa. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2415-2426
Pil Joon Seo, M.-J.P.,M.-H.L.,S.-G.K.,M.L.,I.T.B.andC.M. 2012: A Self-Regulatory Circuit of Circadian Clock-Associated1 Underlies the Circadian Clock Regulation of Temperature Responses in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2427-2442
Eva-Theresa Pyl, M.P.,A.I.,W.S.,H.I.,M.S.andR.S. 2012: Metabolism and Growth in Arabidopsis Depend on the Daytime Temperature but Are Temperature-Compensated against Cool Nights. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2443-2469
Jieun Shin, K.H.,A.S.-V.,J.E.P.andS.J.D. 2012: Time For Coffee Represses Accumulation of the Myc2 Transcription Factor to Provide Time-of-Day Regulation of Jasmonate Signaling in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2470-2482
Miguel Gonzalez-Guzman, G.A.P.,R.A.,F.V.-S.,E.M.,G.W.B.,M. 2012: Arabidopsis Pyr/Pyl/Rcar Receptors Play a Major Role in Quantitative Regulation of Stomatal Aperture and Transcriptional Response to Abscisic Acid. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2483-2496
Laurent Gutierrez, G.M.,K.F.,D.I.P.ăcurar,O.N.,P.S.,M.K.,M.P.ăcurar, 2012: Auxin Controls Arabidopsis Adventitious Root Initiation by Regulating Jasmonic Acid Homeostasis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2515-2527
Muthusubramanian Venkateshwaran, A.C.,L.H.,M.B.,K.A.S.,E.S.,M.P. 2012: The Recent Evolution of a Symbiotic Ion Channel in the Legume Family Altered Ion Conductance and Improved Functionality in Calcium Signaling. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2528-2545
Deping Hua, C.W.,J.H.,H.L.,Y.D.,Z.Z.,Y.G.,Z.C.andZ.G. 2012: A Plasma Membrane Receptor Kinase, Ghr1, Mediates Abscisic Acid- and Hydrogen Peroxide-Regulated Stomatal Movement in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2546-2561
Yiting Shi, S.T.,L.H.,X.H.,X.Z.,H.G.andS.Y. 2012: Ethylene Signaling Negatively Regulates Freezing Tolerance by Repressing Expression of Cbf and Type-A Arr Genes in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2578-2595
Iga Samol, A.S.,B.I.,G.F.,M.C.,A.V.V.,J.-D.R.andM.G. 2012: Identification of a Photosystem Ii Phosphatase Involved in Light Acclimation in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2596-2609
Guido Weidler, S.zurO.K.,M.H.,C.O.,F.S.,K.H.,U.H.andA. 2012: Degradation of Arabidopsis Cry2 Is Regulated by Spa Proteins and Phytochrome A. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2610-2623
Gao-Jie Hong, X.-Y.X.,Y.-B.M.,L.-J.W.andX.Y.C. 2012: Arabidopsis Myc2 Interacts with Della Proteins in Regulating Sesquiterpene Synthase Gene Expression. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2635-2648
M.Dudley Page, M.D.A.,J.K.,E.I.U.,S.J.K.,S..I.H.,J.A. 2012: Fe Sparing and Fe Recycling Contribute to Increased Superoxide Dismutase Capacity in Iron-Starved Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2649-2665
Dileep Vasudevan, A.F.,S.L.andK.S. 2012: Crystal Structure of Arabidopsis Cyclophilin38 Reveals a Previously Uncharacterized Immunophilin Fold and a Possible Autoinhibitory Mechanism. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2666-2674
Yan Wang, C.C.,E.G.,D.E.,R.N.,O.D.,J.W.andM.W.M. 2012: Dual Location of the Mitochondrial Preprotein Transporters B14.7 and Tim23-2 in Complex I and the Tim17:23 Complex in Arabidopsis Links Mitochondrial Activity and Biogenesis. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2675-2695
Hankuil Yi, M.J.andJ.M.J. 2012: Structure of Soybean -Cyanoalanine Synthase and the Molecular Basis for Cyanide Detoxification in Plants. The Plant Cell 24(6): 2696-2706
Hannes Dempewolf, K.A.H.,S.E.R.,N.C.E.andL.H.R. 2012: Reproductive Isolation during Domestication. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2710-2717
Wenli Zhang, T.Z.,Y.W.J.J. 2012: Genome-Wide Identification of Regulatory Dna Elements and Protein-Binding Footprints Using Signatures of Open Chromatin in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2719-2731
Jong-Jin Han, D.J.andR.M. 2012: Pod Corn Is Caused by Rearrangement at the Tunicate1 Locus. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2733-2744
Kengo Morohashi, M.I.C.,L.F.F.,M.K.M.ía-G.,L.P.,A.Y., 2012: A Genome-Wide Regulatory Framework Identifies Maize Pericarp Color1 Controlled Genes. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2745-2764
Séverine Domenichini, M.B.,G.D.J.,E.V.D.S.,S.B.,M.B.,L.D.V. 2012: Evidence for a Role of Arabidopsis Cdt1 Proteins in Gametophyte Development and Maintenance of Genome Integrity. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2779-2791
Daniela A.Geisler, C.P.,T.O.,A.N.-N.,A.M.,K.S.,E.M.,W.L.A.újo,A. 2012: Downregulation of the -Subunit Reduces Mitochondrial Atp Synthase Levels, Alters Respiration, and Restricts Growth and Gametophyte Development in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2792-2811
Mathieu C.Reymond, G.B.,A.C.,J.F.M.ínez-G.,M.-L.M.M., 2012: A Light-Regulated Genetic Module Was Recruited to Carpel Development in Arabidopsis following a Structural Change to Spatula. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2812-2825
Kazumi Nakabayashi, M.B.,Y.X.,E.M.,S.P.,R.Y.,M.S.andW.J.J.S. 2012: The Time Required for Dormancy Release in Arabidopsis Is Determined by Delay Of Germination1 Protein Levels in Freshly Harvested Seeds. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2826-2838
Schiefelbein, Y.W.andJ. 2012: Nuclear Ribosome Biogenesis Mediated by the Dim1A rRna Dimethylase Is Required for Organized Root Growth and Epidermal Patterning in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2839-2856
Ya-Fang Hong, T.-H.D.H.,C.-F.W.,S.-L.H.,R.-H.Y.,C.-A.L.,P.-W.C. 2012: Convergent Starvation Signals and Hormone Crosstalk in Regulating Nutrient Mobilization upon Germination in Cereals. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2857-2873
Benjamin Péret, K.S.,A.F.,M.S.,Y.Y.,S.D.,N.J.,I.C.,P.P.,A.S.,H.Y. 2012: Aux/Lax Genes Encode a Family of Auxin Influx Transporters That Perform Distinct Functions during Arabidopsis Development. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2874-2885
Stefano Bencivenga, S.S.,E.B.L.C. 2012: The Transcription Factors Bel1 and Spl Are Required for Cytokinin and Auxin Signaling During Ovule Development in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2886-2897
Rong Chen, H.J.,L.L.,Q.Z.,L.Q.,W.Z.,X.L.,H.L.,W.Z.,J.S.andC. 2012: The Arabidopsis Mediator Subunit Med25 Differentially Regulates Jasmonate and Abscisic Acid Signaling through Interacting with the Myc2 and Abi5 Transcription Factors. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2898-2916
Rast and Rüdiger Simon, M.I. 2012: Arabidopsis Jagged Lateral Organs Acts with Asymmetric Leaves2 to Coordinate Knox and Pin Expression in Shoot and Root Meristems. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2917-2933
Marjaana Suorsa, S.J.,M.G.,M.N.,M.P.,M.R.,S.K.,V.P.,M.T.,S.J.andE. 2012: Proton Gradient Regulation5 Is Essential for Proper Acclimation of Arabidopsis Photosystem I to Naturally and Artificially Fluctuating Light Conditions. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2934-2948
Yoshito Oka, Y.O.,G.T.-O.,K.K.,M.M.,N.M.andA.N. 2012: Arabidopsis Phytochrome A Is Modularly Structured to Integrate the Multiple Features That Are Required for a Highly Sensitized Phytochrome. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2949-2962
Pierre Galka, S.S.,T.T.H.K.,H.D.,P.M.,R.C.J.,E.J.B. 2012: Functional Analyses of the Plant Photosystem ILight-Harvesting Complex Ii Supercomplex Reveal That Light-Harvesting Complex Ii Loosely Bound to Photosystem Ii Is a Very Efficient Antenna for Photosystem I in State Ii. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2963-2978
Manuel Twachtmann, B.A.,N.M.,I.V.,S.O.,G.K.,T.H.andG.T.H. 2012: N-Terminal Structure of Maize Ferredoxin:Nadp+Reductase Determines Recruitment into Different Thylakoid Membrane Complexes. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2979-2991
Benedikt Beel, K.P.,M.S.,S.S.,D.W.,N.M.,M.H.,D.D.,D.I.,A.R.G. 2012: A Flavin Binding Cryptochrome Photoreceptor Responds to Both Blue and Red Light in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. The Plant Cell 24(7): 2992-3008
Joanna Melonek, A.M.,M.T.,H.-P.M.andK.K. 2012: The Core of Chloroplast Nucleoids Contains Architectural Swib Domain Proteins. The Plant Cell 24(7): 3060-3073
Elena Feraru, M.I.F.,R.A.,T.P.,R.D.R.,H.T.,A.N.andJ.říF. 2012: Bex5/RabA1b Regulates trans-Golgi Network-to-Plasma Membrane Protein Trafficking in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(7): 3074-3086
Nikolay Manavski, V.G.,J.M.,U.W.andR.B. 2012: An Essential Pentatricopeptide Repeat Protein Facilitates 5 Maturation and Translation Initiation of rps3 mRna in Maize Mitochondria. The Plant Cell 24(7): 3087-3105
Amélie Bernard, F.D.,S.P.,R.J.,C.R.,J.-D.F.,R.P.H.,J.A.N. 2012: Reconstitution of Plant Alkane Biosynthesis in Yeast Demonstrates That Arabidopsis Eceriferum1 and Eceriferum3 Are Core Components of a Very-Long-Chain Alkane Synthesis Complex. The Plant Cell 24(7): 3106-3118
Kewei Zhang, M.-W.B.,J.R.P.,Y.M.,H.K.,J.R.andC.J.L. 2012: An Engineered Monolignol 4-O-Methyltransferase Depresses Lignin Biosynthesis and Confers Novel Metabolic Capability in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 24(7): 3135-3152
Amos Alakonya, R.K.,D.K.,S.K.,B.T.,S.R.,H.M.G.,J.K.,A.Y.,R.D.-S. 2012: Interspecific Rna Interference of Shoot Meristemless-Like Disrupts Cuscuta pentagona Plant Parasitism. The Plant Cell 24(7): 3153-3166
LukášStrnad, M.H.,P.H.,V.K.'álováandV.émP.ů 2012: Performance and Mortality of Rumex obtusifolius and R. crispus in Managed Grasslands are Affected by Nutrient Availability. Folia Geobotanica 47(3): 293-304
Agustín Lahora Cano, P.S.G.ómezandJ.F.J.énezM.ínez 2012: A New Species of Coronilla (Loteae, Fabaceae) from Southeastern Spain: Evidence from Morphological and Molecular Data. Folia Geobotanica 47(3): 317-335
Jonathan Millett, I.D.L.,L.J.S.andJ.N. 2012: Response of Sphagnum papillosum and Drosera rotundifolia to Reduced and Oxidized Wet Nitrogen Deposition. Folia Geobotanica 47(2): 179-191
Tiina Talve, K.O.,G.A.,S.P.,.R.andT.O. 2012: Comparative Study of Seed Germination and Genetic Variation of Rare Endemic Rhinanthus osiliensis and Related Widespread Congener R. rumelicus (Orobanchaceae). Folia Geobotanica 47(1): 1-15
Puneet Kumar, V.K.S.andD.K. 2012: Impaired Male Meiosis due to Irregular Synapsis Coupled with Cytomixis in a New Diploid Cytotype of Dianthus angulatus (Caryophyllaceae) from Indian Cold Deserts. Folia Geobotanica 47(1): 59-68
Vanessa Mancuso de Oliveira, J.S.andE.R.F.M. 2012: Chromosome Numbers and Karyotypes of Species of Vernonia sect. Lepidaploa (Asteraceae: Vernonieae). Folia Geobotanica 47(1): 93-103
Sallywyke, S.U.E.Z.I.E.B.L.A.N.D. 2012: Health and Illness in a Connected World: How Might Sharing Experiences on the Internet Affect People's Health?. The Milbank Quarterly 90(2): 219-249
Schwartz, J.L. 2012: The First Rotavirus Vaccine and the Politics of Acceptable Risk. The Milbank Quarterly 90(2): 278-310
Justinjagosh, A.C.M.A.C.A.U.L.A.Y.,P.P.L.U.Y.E.,J.S.A.L.S.B.E.R.G.,P.L.B.U.S.H.,J. 2012: Uncovering the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications of a Realist Review for Health Research and Practice. The Milbank Quarterly 90(2): 311-346
Saraa.Kreindler, D.A.D.O.W.D.,N.D.A.N.A.S.T.A.R.T.A.N.I.A.G.O.T.T.S.C.H.A.L.K. 2012: Silos and Social Identity: The Social Identity Approach as a Framework for Understanding and Overcoming Divisions in Health Care. The Milbank Quarterly 90(2): 347-374
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Trishagreenhalgh, F.M.A.C.F.A.R.L.A.N.E.,C.B.A.R.T.O.N.S.W.E.E.N.E.Y.F.R.A.N.W.O.O.D.A.R.D. 2012: "If We Build It, Will It Stay?" A Case Study of the Sustainability of Whole-System Change in London. The Milbank Quarterly 90(3): 516-547
Marydixon-Woods, M.L.E.S.L.I.E.,J.B.I.O.N.C.A.R.O.L.Y.N.T.A.R.R.A.N.T. 2012: What Counts? An Ethnographic Study of Infection Data Reported to a Patient Safety Program. The Milbank Quarterly 90(3): 548-591
Andrewwang, S.A.P.C.L.O.U.S.T.O.N.,M.S.R.U.B.I.N.,C.G.C.O.L.E.N.B.R.U.C.E.G.L.I 2012: Fundamental Causes of Colorectal Cancer Mortality: The Implications of Informational Diffusion. The Milbank Quarterly 90(3): 592-618
Yabe, T.Y.andK. 2012: Effects of snow-load and shading by vascular plants on the vertical growth of hummocks formed by "Sphagnum papillosum" in a mire of northern Japan. Plant Ecology 213(7): 1055-1067
Yang-Ping Li, Y.-L.F.andG.B. 2012: No evidence for evolutionarily decreased tolerance and increased fitness in invasive Chromolaena odorata: implications for invasiveness and biological control. Plant Ecology 213(7): 1157-1166
Symonds and Jason Pither, J.E. 2012: Multi-scale analyses of exotic and native plant species diversity within Canada's endangered antelope-brush ecosystem. Plant Ecology 213(8): 1263-1275
Norma L.Fowler, A.C.andE.A.R. 2012: Streptanthus bracteatus (Brassicacease), a rare annual woodland forb, thrives in less cover: evidence of a vanished habitat?. Plant Ecology 213(9): 1511-1523
Olusegun O.Osunkoya, C.P.,C.F.,C.C.andS.R. 2012: Stand dynamics and spatial patterns across varying sites in the invasive Lantana camara L. (Verbenaceae). Plant Ecology 213(6): 883-897
Hodgson, A.M.F.andJ.R. 2012: Zooplankton diel vertical migrations in lakes of contrasting food webs. Bios 83(1): 12-16
Earl Andress, E.J.,M.W.andT.S. 2012: Effects of Pre-Release Chilling on the Flight Ability of Sterile Males of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae). The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 587-592
Lin Cong, W.-J.Y.,G.-M.S.,W.D.andJ.J.W. 2012: Molecular Characterization of the Cdna Encoding Ecdysone Receptor Isoform B1 and its Expression in the Oriental Fruit Fly, Bactrocera Dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae). The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 650-658
K.B.Rebijith, R.A.,V.K.,N.K.K.K.andV.V.R. 2012: Development of Species-Specific Markers and Molecular Differences in Mitochondrial and Nuclear DNA Sequences of Aphis Gossypii and Myzus Persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae). The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 674-682
Cinthia Pacheco-Sánchez, P.V.-A.,R.M.-B.,R.F.-B.andA. 2012: Repellency of Hydroethanolic Extracts of Ricinus Communis (Euphorbiaceae) to Scyphophorus Acupunctatus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in the Laboratory. The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 706-710
Atilay Yagmur Okutaner, H.O.,E.Y.andY.K. 2012: Cytogenetic Observations of Pachytodes Erraticus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Lepturinae: Lepturini). The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 731-736
Igor S.Santos, J.H.C.D.,J.G.S.,M.A.C.,L.A.C.B.,S.G.P. 2012: Karyotype Differentiation among four Dinoponera (Formicidae: Ponerinae) Species. The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 737-742
Jesus Loera-Gallardo, M.A.R.R.andJ.I.L.ópez-A. 2012: Efficacy Of Ground-Applied Ultra Low Volume Malathion Plus Hydrolized Protein Against The Mexican Fruit Fly Anastrepha Ludens (DPtera: Tephritidae). The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 771-773
Paul S.Robbins, R.T.A.,L.L.S.andS.L.L. 2012: Volatile Profiles of Young Leaves of Rutaceae Spp. Varying in Susceptibility to the Asian Citrus Psyllid (Hemiptera: Psyllidae). The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 774-776
Genç, H.̇fe 2012: Possible Residual Effect Of Pesticide On Bactrocera Oleae Ross (DPtera:TephrTDae) Adults. The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 777-778
David Dos Santos Martins, M.J.F.,K.U.,J.A.V.,P.S.F.F. 2012: New Findings Of Anastrepha (Diptera: Tephritidae) In The State Of EspRito Santo, Brazil. The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 794-797
Cecilia A.Veggiani Aybar, M.J.D.J.,M.S.,G.O.,P.R.,M.S.L. 2012: New Records of Biting Midges of the Genus Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the Yungas, Paranaense Rainforest and Chaco Ecoregions of Argentina. The Florida Entomologist 95(3): 798-799
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Peter J.Landolt, T.A.,T.S.D.andH.R. 2012: Spotted Wing Drosophila, Drosophila Suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae), Trapped with Combinations of Wines and Vinegars. The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 326-332
Üstüner, T. 2012: A New Species of Adoxomyia (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) from Turkey. The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 338-343
Hizal, E. 2012: Two Invasive Alien Insect Species, Leptoglossus Occidentalis (Heteroptera: Coreidae) and Cydalima Perspectalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae), and their Distribution and Host Plants in Istanbul Province, Turkey. The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 344-349
Caihui Shan, S.M.,M.W.andG.G. 2012: Evaluation of Insecticides against the Western Flower Thrips, Frankliniella Occidentalis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), in the Laboratory. The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 454-460
Difabachew K.Belay, R.M.H.andJ.E.F. 2012: Susceptibility of the Fall Armyworm, Spodoptera Frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), at Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico, to different Insecticides. The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 476-478
Anthony J.Boughton, B.N.andT.D.C. 2012: Efforts to Establish a Biological Control Agent against Incipient Infestations of Old World Climbing Fern in Southwest Florida. The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 482-484
Strong, S.M.V.andC.A. 2012: Confirmation of the Genome Position and Mass of the Viral Protein, Vp3, of Solenopsis Invicta Virus 1 (Picornavirales: Dicistroviridae) Infecting the Red Imported Fire Ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 494-496
Gültekin, L. 2012: New Data on Conorhynchus Hololeucus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). The Florida Entomologist 95(2): 503-505
Noa Pinter-Wollman, J.H.,J.-A.H.,N.R.F.andA.D. 2012: How is activity distributed among and within tasks in Temnothorax ants?. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66(10): 1407-1420
Christopher D.Watkins, L.M.D.B.,A.C.L.,D.R.F.andB. 2012: Priming concerns about pathogen threat versus resource scarcity: dissociable effects on women's perceptions of men's attractiveness and dominance. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66(12): 1549-1556
Kil Won Kim, K.K.andJ.C.C. 2012: Functional values of stabilimenta in a wasp spider, Argiope bruennichi: support for the prey-attraction hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66(12): 1569-1576
Richard J.Q.McNally, K.B.,P.W.J.,B.G.P.,N.O.B.andJ.H. 2012: Increasing incidence of thyroid cancer in Great Britain, 19762005: age-period-cohort analysis. European Journal of Epidemiology 27(8): 615-622
Tone K.Omsland, K.H.,H.E.M.,J.R.C.,N.E.,G.S.T.,B.S.,A.T.,C. 2012: Hip fractures in Norway 19992008: time trends in total incidence and second hip fracture rates. A Norepos study. European Journal of Epidemiology 27(10): 807-814
Conner, J.K. 2012: Quantitative Genetic Approaches to Evolutionary Constraint: How Useful?. Evolution 66(11): 3313-3320
Maria Dzur-Gejdošová, P.S.,S.G.,T.B.,J.F.andC.A.B. 2012: Dissecting The Genetic Architecture Of F1Hybrid Sterility In House Mice. Evolution 66(11): 3321-3335
Sara J.Oppenheim, F.G.,K.R.H.andC.P. 2012: The Genetic Architecture of a Complex Ecological Trait: Host Plant Use in the Specialist Moth, Heliothis Subflexa. Evolution 66(11): 3336-3351
Nicholas F.Parnell, C.D.H.,J.T.S.andM.A. 2012: The Genetic Basis of a Complex Functional System. Evolution 66(11): 3352-3366
Eleanore D.Sternberg, T.L.,J.L.,C.L.F.deC.,H.L.,M.D.H. 2012: Food Plant-Derived Disease Tolerance and Resistance in a Natural Butterfly-Plant-Parasite Interactions. Evolution 66(11): 3367-3376
Vanessa Kellermann, V.L.,A.A.H.,T.N.K.,C.F.,J.R.D.,J. 2012: Phylogenetic Constraints in Key Functional Traits behind Species' Climate Niches: Patterns of Desiccation and Cold Resistance across 95 Drosophila Species. Evolution 66(11): 3377-3389
Silvia C.Remolina, P.L.C.,J.L.,S.V.N.,K.A.H.andJ.D. 2012: Genomic Basis of Aging and Life-History Evolution in Drosophila Melanogaster. Evolution 66(11): 3390-3403
Felipe B.Rocha, L.B.K.andR.B. 2012: Connecting the Dots of Nonlinear Reaction Norms Unravels the Threads of Genotype Environment Interaction in Drosophila. Evolution 66(11): 3404-3416
Alicia Montesinos-Navarro, F.X.P.ó,S.J.T.andK.D. 2012: Clinal Variation in Seed Traits Influencing Life Cycle Timing in Arabidopsis Thaliana. Evolution 66(11): 3417-3431
Julián Torres-Dowdall, C.A.H.,D.N.R.,C.K.G.andM.R. 2012: Local Adaptation and the Evolution of Phenotypic Plasticity in Trinidadian Guppies (Poecilia Reticulata). Evolution 66(11): 3432-3443
Jisca Huisman, J.T.andN.B. 2012: Comparison of Non-Gaussian Quantitative Genetic Models for Migration and Stabilizing Selection. Evolution 66(11): 3444-3461
Claude Loverdo, M.P.,S.J.S.,J.O.L.S.andS.G. 2012: Influence of Viral Replication Mechanisms on Within-Host Evolutionary Dynamics. Evolution 66(11): 3462-3471
Pedro F.Vale, M.C.,R.F.,R.S.,S.G.andI.G. 2012: The Distribution of Mutational Fitness effects of Phage X174 on different Hosts. Evolution 66(11): 3495-3507
Elsa Petit, T.G.,D.M.deV.,M.A.C.,G.A.,J.A.,J.K.,J.P.,F.G., 2012: Linkage to the Mating-Type Locus across the Genus Microbotryum: Insights into Nonrecombining Chromosomes. Evolution 66(11): 3519-3533
Barbara Taborsky, M.H.,U.D.andN.P. 2012: Size-Dependent Mortality and Competition Interactively Shape Community Diversity. Evolution 66(11): 3534-3544
Rachel M.Binks, J.P.,J.P.E.,W.J.K.andM.H. 2012: More than Bindin Divergence: Reproductive Isolation between Sympatric Subspecies of a Sea Urchin by Asynchronous Spawning. Evolution 66(11): 3545-3557
Simon Ducatez, M.B.,V.M.S.,D.L.,H.F.andE.S. 2012: Complex Interactions between Paternal and Maternal Effects: Parental Experience and Age at Reproduction affect Fecundity and Offspring Performance in a Butterfly. Evolution 66(11): 3558-3569
Megan L.Head, L.K.B.,N.J.R.,A.J.M.andM.R. 2012: Paternal Care: Direct and Indirect Genetic effects of Fathers on Offspring Performance. Evolution 66(11): 3570-3581
L.K.Snowberg, D.I.B.andE.S. 2012: Partitioning the effects of Spatial Isolation, Nest Habitat, and Individual Diet in Causing Assortative Mating within a Population of Threespine Stickleback. Evolution 66(11): 3582-3594
John L.Fitzpatrick, M.A.,A.G.-V.,N.K.,L.W.S.andP.L. 2012: Male Contest Competition and the Coevolution of Weaponry and Testes in Pinnipeds. Evolution 66(11): 3595-3604
I-Ping Chen, D.S.-F.,A.F.H.,M.R.E.S.andR.F. 2012: Sexual Selection and the Evolution of Complex Color Patterns in Dragon Lizards. Evolution 66(11): 3605-3614
Romain Guerreiro, A.A.B.,J.B.,K.R.,G.L.,B.F.,G.S.andA.R. 2012: Correlational Selection on Pro- and Anti-Inflammatory Effectors. Evolution 66(11): 3615-3623
Helene Jourdan-Pineau, J.F.,P.-A.C.,P.D.andJ.K. 2012: Testing the Influence of Family Structure and Outbreeding Depression on Heterozygosity-Fitness Correlations in small Populations. Evolution 66(11): 3624-3631
Charles E.Linn Jr., W.L.Y.,S.B.S.,D.H.C.,T.H.Q.P.,R.B.G. 2012: Behavioral Evidence for Fruit Odor Discrimination and Sympatric Host Races of Rhagoletis Pomonella Flies in the Western United States. Evolution 66(11): 3632-3641
Maria J.Uriz, G.A.,A.B.,X.T.,E.O.C.andJ.W. 2012: Endosymbiotic Calcifying Bacteria: A New Cue to the Origin of Calcification in Metazoa?. Evolution 66(10): 2993-2999
Patricia E.Salerno, S.R.R.,J.C.S.ñaris,F.J.M.R.R.,B.P.N. 2012: Ancient Tepui Summits Harbor Young Rather than Old Lineages of Endemic Frogs. Evolution 66(10): 3000-3013
Yael Kisel, A.C.M.L.,D.B.,M.P.P.,M.W.C.,T.G.B. 2012: Testing the Link between Population Genetic Differentiation and Clade Diversification in Costa Rican Orchids. Evolution 66(10): 3035-3052
Mario X.Ruiz-González, J.B.,Y.M.,C.R.-F.,P.S.-H.,M.J.F.B.and 2012: Dynamic Transmission, Host Quality, and Population Structure in a Multihost Parasite of Bumblebees. Evolution 66(10): 3053-3066
Romain Garnier, T.B.,S.G.andK.D. 2012: Coevolution between Maternal Transfer of Immunity and other Resistance Strategies against Pathogens. Evolution 66(10): 3067-3078
C.R.Archer, F.Z.,S.K.S.,N.J.R.,J.H.andR.B. 2012: Sexual Selection Affects the Evolution of Lifespan and Ageing in the Decorated Cricket Gryllodes Sigillatus. Evolution 66(10): 3088-3100
Jacqueline L.Sztepanacz, H.D.R.andR.B. 2012: Reduced Genetic Variance among high Fitness Individuals: Inferring Stabilizing Selection on Male Sexual Displays in Drosophila Serrata. Evolution 66(10): 3101-3110
Christophe Lebigre, P.A.,R.J.S.,L.F.K.,J.M.R.andM.B. 2012: Extra-Pair Paternity and the Variance in Male Fitness in Song Sparrows (Melospiza Melodia). Evolution 66(10): 3111-3129
Burger, P.A.A.andR. 2012: The Eco-Evolutionary Responses of a Generalist Consumer to Resource Competition. Evolution 66(10): 3130-3143
Longzhi Tan, J.G.andJ.H. 2012: Slowly Switching between Environments Facilitates Reverse Evolution in small Populations. Evolution 66(10): 3144-3154
Christine Grossen, S.N.,N.P.andC.P. 2012: The Evolution of Xy Recombination: Sexually Antagonistic Selection versus Deleterious Mutation Load. Evolution 66(10): 3155-3166
Bruno A.Buzatto, L.W.S.,J.L.T.andM.R. 2012: Paternal effects on the Expression of a Male Polyphenism. Evolution 66(10): 3167-3178
Hui Zhang, F.G.,J.E.andN.P. 2012: The Dynamics of Mitochondrial Mutations Causing Male Infertility in Spatially Structured Populations. Evolution 66(10): 3179-3188
Nicolas Pichaud, J.W.O.B.,R.M.T.,P.U.B.andE.A. 2012: Naturally Occurring Mitochondrial DNA Haplotypes Exhibit Metabolic Differences: Insight into Functional Properties of Mitochondria. Evolution 66(10): 3189-3197
Kohta Yoshida, J.K.andJ.M. 2012: The Contribution of Female Meiotic Drive to the Evolution of Neo-Sex Chromosomes. Evolution 66(10): 3198-3208
Vera S.Domingues, Y.-P.P.,B.K.P.,P.S.P.,J.D.J.,H.E.H. 2012: Evidence of Adaptation from Ancestral Variation in Young Populations of Beach Mice. Evolution 66(10): 3209-3223
Karin J.H.Verweij, J.Y.,J.L.,J.V.,M.H.,L.P.-R.åback,K.H.,A.P.,A.-K.P. 2012: Maintenance of Genetic Variation in Human Personality: Testing Evolutionary Models by Estimating Heritability Due to Common Causal Variants and Investigating the effect of Distant Inbreeding. Evolution 66(10): 3238-3251
Jan F.Gogarten, L.M.B.,C.A.C.,M.C.,D.D.-S.,L.M.F.,F.E. 2012: Seasonal Mortality Patterns in Non-Human Primates: Implications for Variation in Selection Pressures across Environments. Evolution 66(10): 3252-3266
Rui Diogo, B.W.andM.A. 2012: Violation Of Dollo'S Law: Evidence Of Muscle Reversions In Primate Phylogeny And Their Implications For The Understanding Of The Ontogeny, Evolution, And Anatomical Variations Of Modern Humans. Evolution 66(10): 3267-3276
Stuart K.J.R.Auld, K.H.E.,T.J.L.andS.N. 2012: The Cellular Immune Response of Daphnia Magna under Host Parasite Genetic Variation and Variation in Initial Dose. Evolution 66(10): 3287-3293
Bin Ai, Z.-S.W.,S.G.A.C. 2012: Genome Size is not Correlated with Effective Population Size in the Oryza Species. Evolution 66(10): 3302-3310
Ketzner, P.B.M.andD.M. 2012: Noteworthy Collections: Lythrum hyssopifolia L. (Hyssop Loosestrife or Grass Poly, Lythraceae): A New Species in the Illinois Flora. Castanea 77(3): 270-272
Vierstra, R.D. 2012: The Expanding Universe of Ubiquitin and Ubiquitin-Like Modifiers. Plant Physiology 160(1): 2-14
Haenn, N. 2012: Instituting Nature: Authority, Expertise, and Power in Mexican Forests Cby Andrew S. Mathews. Human Ecology 40(5): 803-805
Fernald, M.L. 1899: The Rattlesnake Plantains of New England. Rhodora 1(1): 2-7
Brainerd, E. 1899: The Saniculas of Western Vermont. Rhodora 1(1): 7-9
Robinson, B.L. 1899: A New Wild Lettuce from Eastern Massachusetts. Rhodora 1(1): 12-13
Webster, H. 1899: Notes on some Fleshy Fungi Found near Boston. Rhodora 1(1): 13-18
Fuller, T.O. 1899: Some Rare Plants of Needham, Massachusetts. Rhodora 1(10): 179-182
Porter, T.C. 1899: Flora of the Pocono Plateau. Rhodora 1(10): 182-185
Merrill, E.D. 1899: Notes on Maine Plants. Rhodora 1(10): 185-186
Peck, C.H. 1899: On the Edibility of Clitocybe Illudens. Rhodora 1(10): 186-187
Collins, F.S. 1899: A Case of Boletus Poisoning. Rhodora 1(2): 21-23
Churchill, J.R. 1899: Some Plants about Williamstown. Rhodora 1(2): 24-26
Rich, W.P. 1899: Amphicarpaea Pitcheri in New England. Rhodora 1(2): 27-28
Robinson, B.L. 1899: Fairy Rings Formed by Lycopodium Inundatum. Rhodora 1(2): 28-30
Webster, H. 1899: Notes on Calostoma. Rhodora 1(2): 30-33
Franklin Collins, J. 1899: Notes on the Bryophyte Flora of Maine. I. Rhodora 1(2): 33-36
Fernald, M.L. 1899: A Spurless Halenia from Maine. Rhodora 1(2): 36-37
Williams, E.F. 1899: The New England Botanical Club. Rhodora 1(2): 37-39
Averill, C.K. 1899: Stations for some of the Rarer Plants of Connecticut. Rhodora 1(2): 39-40
Graves, C.B. 1899: Some Noteworthy Plants of Southeastern Connecticut. Rhodora 1(4): 67-69
Collins, F.S. 1899: A Seaweed Colony. Rhodora 1(4): 69-71
Fernald, M.L. 1899: Some Antennarias of Northern New England. Rhodora 1(4): 71-75
Stone, G.E. 1899: Past and Present Floral Conditions in Central Massachusetts. Rhodora 1(8): 143-148
Britton, E.G. 1899: A New Grimmia from Mt. Washington. Rhodora 1(8): 148-149
Wille, N. 1899: New Forms of Green Algae. Rhodora 1(8): 149-150
Fernald, M.L. 1899: Further Notes on New England Antennarias. Rhodora 1(8): 150-155
Deane, W. 1899: Preliminary Lists of New England Plants, II. Umbelliferae. Rhodora 1(8): 159-160
Smith, E.C. 1899: Further Additions to the Flora of Middlesex County, Mass. Rhodora 1(6): 97-98
Moore, G.T. 1899: The Pollution of Water-Supplies by Algae. Rhodora 1(6): 98-102
Andrews, L. 1899: Soil-Preferences of some less Usual Vascular Plants in Central Connecticut. Rhodora 1(6): 103-104
Franklin Collins, J. 1899: Rhode Island Plant Notes, Ii. Rhodora 1(6): 105-107
Webster, H. 1899: Hydnum Caput-Medusae. Rhodora 1(6): 108-110
Day, M.A. 1899: The Local Floras of New England. Rhodora 1(6): 111-120
Collins, F.S. 1899: To Seaweed Collectors. Rhodora 1(7): 121-127
Whitney, L.C. 1899: List of Vermont Myxomycetes with Notes. Rhodora 1(7): 128-130
Fernald, M.L. 1899: Two Ambiguous Loosestrifes from the Northern States. Rhodora 1(7): 131-135
Smith, C.O. 1899: Notes on the Species of Agaricus (Psalliota) of the Champlain Valley. Rhodora 1(9): 161-164
Clark, H.L. 1899: Additions to the Flora of Amherst, Massachusetts. Rhodora 1(9): 164-165
Fernald, M.L. 1899: Some Plant Names of the Madawaska Acadians. Rhodora 1(9): 166-168
Hosmer, A.W. 1899: On the Plants Introduced by Minot Pratt at Concord, Massachusetts. Rhodora 1(9): 168-172
Toy, C.H. 1899: Etymology of Anemone. Rhodora 1(3): 41-42
Harper, R.M. 1899: Additions to the Flora of Worcester County, Massachusetts. I. Rhodora 1(3): 42-43
Farlow, W.G. 1899: Poisoning by Agaricus Illudens. Rhodora 1(3): 43-45
Franklin Collins, J. 1899: Rhode Island Plant Notes, I. Wastes. Rhodora 1(3): 46-48
Fernald, M.L. 1899: Two Plants of the Crowfoot Family. Rhodora 1(3): 48-52
Grout, A.J. 1899: An Annotated List of Rare or Otherwise Interesting Mosses Occurring in or near Plymouth, New Hampshire. Rhodora 1(3): 53-55
Deane, W. 1899: The Herbarium of the New England Botanical Club. Rhodora 1(3): 56-57
Webster, H. 1899: Fungus Notes. Rhodora 1(3): 57-58
Brainerd, E. 1900: The Blackberries of New England. Rhodora 2(14): 23-29
Leavitt, R.G. 1900: The relation of certain Plants to Atmospheric Moisture. Rhodora 2(14): 29-32
Webster, H. 1900: Unusual Variations of two Common Agarics. Rhodora 2(14): 32-33
Stone, G.E. 1900: Luxuriant Development of Spirogyra Crassa in Refilled Ponds. Rhodora 2(14): 33-34
Averill, C.K. 1900: The Distribution of certain Trees and Shrubs in Western Connecticut. Rhodora 2(14): 34-38
Fernald, M.L. 1900: Is Artemisia Stelleriana a Native of New England?. Rhodora 2(14): 38-40
Collins, F.S. 1900: Preliminary Lists of New England Plants, V. Marine Algae. Rhodora 2(14): 41-52
Rich, W.P. 1900: The Heather in New England. Rhodora 2(15): 53-54
Williams, E.F. 1900: Bartonia Iodandra, a Species New to the United States. Rhodora 2(15): 55-57
Graves, C.B. 1900: A Little Known New England Goldenrod. Rhodora 2(15): 57-59
Merrill, E.D. 1900: A List of Mosses Collected at Katahdin Iron Works, Maine. Rhodora 2(15): 61-63
Harper, R.M. 1900: Further Additions to the Flora of the Amherst Region. Rhodora 2(15): 68-70
Churchill, J.R. 1900: An Unusual Form of Drosera Intermedia, Var Americana. Rhodora 2(15): 70-71
Fernald, M.L. 1900: Some Jesuit Influences upon Our Northeastern Flora. Rhodora 2(19): 133-142
Setchell, W.A. 1900: Critical Notes on the New England Species of Laminaria. (Conclusion). Rhodora 2(19): 142-149
Leavitt, R.G. 1900: Reversions in Berberis and Sagittaria. Rhodora 2(19): 149-155
Holden, I. 1899: Two New Species of Marine Algae from Bridgeport, Connecticut. Rhodora 1(11): 197-198
Russell, W.S.C. 1899: Some Orchids of the Upper Pemigewasset Valley. Rhodora 1(11): 199-200
Harper, R.M. 1899: Additions to the Flora of Worcester County, Massachusetts. Ii. Rhodora 1(11): 201-205
Mitchell, A.M. 1899: The White Blackberry. Rhodora 1(11): 205-206
Leavitt, R.G. 1899: Adventitious Plants of Drosera. Rhodora 1(11): 206-208
Robinson, B.L. 1899: Preliminary Lists of New England Plants Iv. Rhodora 1(11): 212-214
Macbride, T.H. 1900: The Slime Moulds. Rhodora 2(16): 75-81
Robinson, B.L. 1900: A Blue-Fruited Huckleberry. Rhodora 2(16): 81-83
Fernald, M.L. 1900: Notes on Echinacea. Rhodora 2(16): 84-87
Churchill, J.R. 1900: Preliminary Lists Of New England Plants Vi,Leguminosae. Rhodora 2(16): 89-92
Schrenk, H.von 1900: Notes on Arceuthobium Pusillum. Rhodora 2(13): 2-5
Jack, J.G. 1900: Arceuthobium Pusillum in Massachusetts. Rhodora 2(13): 6-8
Collins, F.S. 1900: Notes on Algae, Ii. Rhodora 2(13): 11-14
Fernald, M.L. 1900: Some Northeastern Species of Scirpus. Rhodora 2(13): 15-21
Hay, G.U. 1900: Notes of a Wild Garden. Rhodora 2(20): 159-161
Collins, F.S. 1900: The New England Species of Dictyosiphon. Rhodora 2(20): 162-166
Andrews, L. 1900: Aster Concinnus in New England. Rhodora 2(20): 166-167
Eaton, A.A. 1900: A Few Additions to the New Hampshire Flora. Rhodora 2(20): 167-168
Webster, J.R. 1900: Cleistogamy in Linaria Canadensis. Rhodora 2(20): 168-169
Bacon, A.E. 1900: Some Orchids of Eastern Vermont. Rhodora 2(20): 171-172
Webster, H. 1900: Boleti Collected at Alstead, N. H. Rhodora 2(20): 173-179
LeRoy Andrews, A. 1900: Orchids of Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts. Rhodora 2(20): 179-180
Kennedy, G.G. 1900: Edwin Faxon. Rhodora 2(18): 107-111
Schuh, R.E. 1900: Rhadinocladia, a New Genus of Brown Algae. Rhodora 2(18): 111-112
Crépin, F. 1900: Note upon a Probable Hybrid of Rosa Carolina L. And Rosa Nitida Willd. Rhodora 2(18): 112-113
LeRoy Andrews, A. 1900: The Orchidaceae of a Series of Swamps in Southern Vermont. Rhodora 2(18): 114-115
Setchell, W.A. 1900: Critical Notes on the New England Species of Laminaria. Rhodora 2(18): 115-119
Harper, R.M. 1900: Notes on the Distribution of some of the Rarer Plants of Central Massachusetts. Rhodora 2(18): 119-123
Knowlton, C.H. 1900: On the Flora of Chesterville, Maine. Rhodora 2(18): 123-124
Harger, E.B. 1900: Stations for some of the less Usual Plants of Connecticut. Rhodora 2(18): 125-127
Webster, H. 1900: Naucoria Christinae. Rhodora 2(18): 127-130
Collins, F.S. 1900: Seaweeds in Winter. Rhodora 2(18): 130-132
Fernald, M.L. 1900: Rubus Idaeus and its Variety Anomalus in America. Rhodora 2(22): 195-200
Knowlton, C.H. 1900: Further Notes on the Flora of Worcester County, Massachusetts. Rhodora 2(22): 201-202
Rich, W.P. 1900: Some New Acquaintances. Rhodora 2(22): 203-205
Schuh, R.E. 1900: Notes on two Rare Alg of Vineyard Sound. Rhodora 2(22): 206-207
Rand, E.L. 1900: Plants from the Duck Islands, Maine. Rhodora 2(22): 207-209
Collins, F.S. 1900: The Marine Flora of Great Duck Island, Me. Rhodora 2(22): 209-211
Harvey, L.R.H. 1900: Pogonia Pendula in Maine. Rhodora 2(22): 211-212
Kennedy, G.G. 1902: The Maine Coast at Cutler. Rhodora 4(38): 23-26
Graves, C.B. 1902: Noteworthy Plants of Southeastern Connecticut, Iii. Rhodora 4(38): 26-28
LeRoy Andrews, A. 1902: A List of Bryophytes from the Mt. Greylock Region. Rhodora 4(38): 29-31
Churchill, J.R. 1902: Some Plants from Prince Edward Island. Rhodora 4(38): 31-36
Driggs, A.W. 1902: Notes on the Flora of Connecticut. Rhodora 4(38): 36-39
Owen, M.L. 1901: Ferns of Mt. Toby, Massachusetts. Rhodora 3(27): 41-43
Fernald, M.L. 1901: The Northeastern Carices of the Subsection Vesicariae. Rhodora 3(27): 43-56
Joseph Torrey, J.. 1901: Raising Mushrooms in a Cellar. Rhodora 3(27): 57-58
Fernald, M.L. 1901: A New Variety of Juncus Tenuis. Rhodora 3(27): 59-60
Leavitt, R.G. 1901: Notes on the Embryology of some New England Orchids. Rhodora 3(27): 61-63
Graves, C.B. 1901: Noteworthy Plants of Southeastern Connecticut, Ii. Rhodora 3(27): 63-65
Williams, E.F. 1901: Tree Willows at Fort Kent, Maine. Rhodora 3(35): 277-278
Webster, H. 1901: Boleti Collected At Alstead, New Hampshire,Additional Notes. Rhodora 3(33): 226-228
Fernald, M.L. 1901: New Stations for Juncus Subtilis. Rhodora 3(33): 228-230
Jones, L.R. 1901: Lathyrus Tuberosus in Vermont. Rhodora 3(33): 230-231
Fernald, M.L. 1901: Notes on some Trees and Shrubs of Western Cheshire County, New Hampshire. Rhodora 3(33): 232-236
Metcalf, H. 1901: Notes on the Ferns of Maranocook, Maine. Rhodora 3(33): 236-237
Day, M.A. 1901: The Herbaria of New England. Rhodora 3(28): 67-71
Sargent, C.S. 1901: Notes on a Collection of Crataegus made in the Province of Quebec near Montreal. Rhodora 3(28): 71-79
Greene, E.L. 1901: A New Northern Eupatorium. Rhodora 3(28): 83-84
LeRoy Andrews, A. 1901: Some Observations on Orchid Fragrance. Rhodora 3(28): 84-87
Clark, H.L. 1901: Notes on the Flora of Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Rhodora 3(28): 87-89
Eames, E.H. 1901: Callitriche Austini in Southwestern Connecticut. Rhodora 3(28): 89-90
, M.C.E.P.andF.S.C. 1901: Collecting Seaweeds in the Tropics. Rhodora 3(28): 90-91
Davenport, G.E. 1901: A Plumose Variety of the Ebony Spleenwort. Rhodora 3(25): 1-2
Greenman, J.M. 1901: The Genus Senecio in New England. Rhodora 3(25): 3-7
Evans, A.W. 1901: Fossombronia Salina in Connecticut. Rhodora 3(25): 7-10
Robinson, B.L. 1901: The Identity of the Linnaean Gnaphalium Plantaginifolium. Rhodora 3(25): 11-13
Fernald, M.L. 1901: Monarda Fistulosa and its Allies. Rhodora 3(25): 13-16
Whitman Bailey, W. 1900: The Old-Time Flora of Providence. Rhodora 2(23): 213-220
Davenport, G.E. 1900: Dicksonia Pilosiuscula, var. Cristata. Rhodora 2(23): 220-221
Arthur, J.C. 1900: New Station for the Dwarf Mistletoe. Rhodora 2(23): 221-223
Bissell, C.H. 1900: Abnormal Flowers in Leonurus Cardiaca. Rhodora 2(23): 223-224
Sargent, C.S. 1901: Notes on Crataegus in the Champlain Valley. Rhodora 3(26): 19-31
Brainerd, E. 1901: Scirpus Atratus a Synonym of Scirpus Peckii. Rhodora 3(26): 31-33
Robnison, B.L. 1902: The New England Polygonums of the Section Avicularia. Rhodora 4(40): 65-73
Clark, A. 1902: A Few Plants of the Blue Hills Reservation. Rhodora 4(40): 74-76
Webster, H. 1902: Certain Eaters of Mushrooms. Rhodora 4(40): 77-79
LeRoy Andrews, A. 1902: A Note upon Recent Treatment of Habenaria Hyperborea and its Allies. Rhodora 4(40): 79-81
Harger, E.B. 1902: Noteworthy Plants of Connecticut. Rhodora 4(40): 84-85
Davis, C.A. 1902: The Occurrence of Eleocharis Diandra at Brunswick, Maine. Rhodora 4(37): 1-2
Silsbee, F.H. 1902: Volvaria Volvacea in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Rhodora 4(37): 3-5
Webster, H. 1902: Remarks on Volvaria. Rhodora 4(37): 5-7
Williams, E.F. 1902: Preliminary Lists Of New England Plants,Viii. Rhodora 4(37): 15-22
Noyes, H.M. 1900: The Ferns of Alstead, New Hampshire. Rhodora 2(21): 181-185
Fernald, M.L. 1900: The Distribution of the Bilberries in New England. Rhodora 2(21): 187-190
Webster, H. 1900: An Afternoon Outing for Toadstools. Rhodora 2(21): 191-194
LeRoy Andrews, A. 1901: A Natural Hybrid between Habenaria Lacera and H. Psychodes. Rhodora 3(34): 245-248
Woolson, G.A. 1901: A Third New England Station for Asplenium Ebenoides. Rhodora 3(34): 248-249
Robinson, B.L. 1902: The Protection of Our Native Flora. Rhodora 4(43): 139-142
Fernald, M.L. 1902: The Chilian Empetrum in New England. Rhodora 4(43): 147-151
Fernald, M.L. 1902: An Osmorhiza New to Eastern America. Rhodora 4(43): 153-154
Collins, F.S. 1902: An Algologist'S Vacation In Eastern Maine. Rhodora 4(45): 174-179
Franklin Collins, J. 1902: The Distinctive Features of Iris Hookeri. Rhodora 4(45): 179-180
Grout, A.J. 1902: Notes on Vermont Mosses. Rhodora 4(45): 180-183
Leavitt, R.G. 1902: Seed Dispersal of Viola Rotundifolia. Rhodora 4(45): 183-184
Bacon, A.E. 1902: Anagallis Arvensis and Caerulea in Vermont. Rhodora 4(45): 185-186
Fernald, M.L. 1902: Aster Undulatus Novi Belgii. Rhodora 4(45): 186-187
Collins, F.S. 1902: The Marine Cladophoras of New England. Rhodora 4(42): 111-127
Nye, H.A. 1902: The Blooming of Hepaticas. Rhodora 4(42): 127-128
Blanchard, W.H. 1902: Some Vermont and New Hampshire Plants in the Middle Connecticut Valley, I. Rhodora 4(42): 129-133
Robinson, B.L. 1902: Two New Hypericums of the Adpressum Group. Rhodora 4(42): 135-137
Fernald, M.L. 1902: An Anomalous Skullcap. Rhodora 4(42): 137-138
Fernald, M.L. 1902: Taraxacum Palustre in America. Rhodora 4(44): 155-157
Rich, W.P. 1902: Oak Island and its Flora. Rhodora 4(41): 87-94
Bacon, A.E. 1902: Some Cases of Poisoning by Cypripedium Spectabile in Vermont. Rhodora 4(41): 94-97
Eggleston, W.W. 1902: The Discovery of Comandra Livida and Lycopodium Sitchense on Mt. Washington. Rhodora 4(41): 97-98
Bissell, C.H. 1902: Some Noteworthy Plants of Connecticut. Rhodora 4(41): 98-100
Harper, R.M. 1902: Notes on Lycopodium Clavatum and its Variety Monostachyon. Rhodora 4(41): 100-102
Pfaff, F. 1902: Ivy Poisoning and its Treatment. Rhodora 4(39): 43-45
Merrill, E.D. 1902: Notes on Sporobolus. Rhodora 4(39): 45-49
Blanchard, W.H. 1902: Our Chokeberries. Rhodora 4(39): 55-57
Leavitt, R.G. 1902: Notes on Lycopodium. Rhodora 4(39): 57-60
Churchill, J.R. 1901: A Botanical Excursion to Mount Katahdin. Rhodora 3(30): 147-160
Williams, E.F. 1901: A Comparison of the Floras of Mt. Washington and Mt. Katahdin. Rhodora 3(30): 160, 161-165
Fernald, M.L. 1901: The Vascular Plants of Mount Katahdin. Rhodora 3(30): 166-177
Collins, G.G.K.andJ.F. 1901: Bryophytes of Mount Katahdin. Rhodora 3(30): 177-181
Franklin Collins, J. 1901: Notes on the Bryophytes of Maine, II. Katahdin Mosses. Rhodora 3(30): 181-184
Harper, R.M. 1901: Additions to the Flora of Worcester County, Massachusetts, Iii. Rhodora 3(30): 185-186
Cook, M.P. 1901: A List of Plants Seen on the Island of Monhegan, Maine, June 2025, 1900. Rhodora 3(30): 187-190
Deane, W. 1901: Notes on the Umbelliferae of New England. Rhodora 3(32): 209-213
Chamberlain, E.B. 1901: Preliminary Lists of New England Plants Vii, Boraginaceae. Rhodora 3(32): 214-215
Smith, R.S. 1901: Aerial Runners in Trientalis Americana. Rhodora 3(32): 216-217
Evans, A.W. 1902: Notes on New England Hepaticae. Rhodora 4(47): 207-213
Fernald, M.L. 1902: Variations of Glaux in America. Rhodora 4(47): 213-216
Jones, L.R. 1902: Pogonia Affinis in Vermont. Rhodora 4(47): 216-217
Fernald, M.L. 1902: Preliminary Lists of New England Plants, X. Carex. Rhodora 4(47): 218-230
Harvey, L.R.H. 1903: An Ecological Excursion to Mount Ktaadn. Rhodora 5(50): 41-52
Sargent, C.S. 1903: Recently Recognized Species of Crataegus in Eastern Canada and New England, I. Rhodora 5(50): 52-66
Fernald, M.L. 1903: Andromeda Polifolia and A. Glaucophylla. Rhodora 5(50): 67-71
Fernald, M.L. 1902: Two Northeastern Veronicas. Rhodora 4(46): 191-195
Graves, C.B. 1902: Valerianella in New England. Rhodora 4(46): 195-196
Rich, W.P. 1902: Preliminary Lists of New England Plants, IX. Polygonaceae. Rhodora 4(46): 203-206
Davenport, E.B. 1904: Recollections of Charles Christopher Frost. Rhodora 6(62): 25-27