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  Tatyana Shulkina, Ph.D.
Associate Curator, Former Soviet Union
(the Caucasus) Projects

Missouri Botanical Garden
P.O. Box 299
St. Louis, MO 63166-0299
USA

office phone: + 1-314-577-0853
fax: +1-314-577-0820
email: tatyana.shulkina@mobot.org

Ph.D., Komarov Botanical Institute Academy of Science, 1984
M.S., Komarov Botanical Institute Academy of Science, 1969
B.S., St. Petersburg State University, 1965

Tatyana Shulkina
 
General Research Interests
  • Systematic and Phylogeny of Campanulaceae (s.str.) family
  • Flora of the former Soviet Union

    Research Emphases
  • Morphological studies toward an improved classification of Campanulaceae
  • Ornamental plants from Russia and adjacent states of the FSU
  • Phylogeny of Campanulaceae inferred from its sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA

    Selected Publications
  • T. Shulkina et al. Development of Plant Red List Assessments for the Caucasus Biodiversity Hotspot. In Zazanashvili, N. and D. Mallon (Editors) 2010. Status and Protection of Globally Threatened Species in the Caucasus. Tbilisi: CEPF, WWF, Contour Ltd. Pp: 188-193.
  • Shulkina, T. 2006. Healing herbs in the U.S.A. MBG Press. [in Russian]
  • Shulkina, T. 2004. Ornamental Plants from Russia and Adjacent States of the Former Soviet Union. Rostok, St. Petersburg, Russia. [in English]
  • Shulkina, T. 1990. Flora of the USSR as a source for Greenery. Pp. 30-37 in Greenery and Urban Life. Expo 90, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Shulkina, T. 1986. Life-forms of Bellflowers. Viniti, Moscow. [in Russian]
  • Shulkina, T. 1980. The significance of life-form characters for Systematics. Plant Syst. and Evol. 136: 233-246.

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