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Articles or books by two or more authors are cited as follows. When there are two authors, citation is alphabetical after the second author's name. When there are three or more authors, references are cited in the body of the text as (e.g.) Chase et al. 2000a, 2000b, 2000c, and are listed following these sometimes alphabetically qualified dates of publication immediately after all the single- or two-authored articles by the first author.

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Aagesen, L. [et al. 2005], Medan, D., Kellermann, J., & Hilger, H. H. 2005. Phylogeny of the tribe Colletieae (Rhamnaceae) - a sensitivity analysis of the plastid region trnL-trnF combined with morphology. Plant Syst. Evol. 250: 197-214.

Aagesen, L. [et al. 2016], Biganzoli, F., Bena, J., Godoy-Bürki, A. C., Reinheimer, R., & Zuloaga, F. O. 2016. Macro-climatic distribution limits show both niche expansion and niche specialization among C4 panicoids. PLoS ONE 11(3):e0151075.

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Aase, H. C. 1915. Vascular anatomy of the megasporophyll of conifers. Bot. Gaz. 60: 277-313.

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Abbott, J. R. 2011. Notes on the disintegration of Polygala (Polygalaceae), with four new genera for the Flora of North America. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 5: 125-137.

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Abdel-Massih, R. M. [et al. 2023], Debst, E., Othman, L., Attieh, J., & Cabrerizo, F. M. 2023. Glucosinolates, a natural chemical arsenal: More to tell than the myrosinase story. Front. Microbiol. 14:1130208. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2023.1130208

Abdelrhaman, M. A. 2016. Modeling water clarity and light quality in oceans. J. Marine Sci. Engin. 4:80.

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Abdullah [et al. 2020a], Henriquez, C. L., Mehmood, F., Carlsen, M. M., Islam, M., Waheed, M. T., Poczai, P., Croat, T. B., & Ahmed, I. 2020a. Complete chloroplast genomes of Anthurium huixtlense and Pothos scandens (Pothoideae, Araceae): Unique inverted repeat expansion and contraction affect rate of evolution. J. Molec. Evol. 88: 562-574.

Abdullah [et al. 2020b], Henriquez, C. L., Mehmood, F., Shahzadi, I., Ali, Z., Waheed, M. T., Croat, T. B., Poczai, P., & Ahmed, I. 2020b. Comparison of chloroplast genomes among species of unisexual and bisexual clades of the monocot family Araceae. Plants 9:737.

Abe, J. P. 2005. An arbuscular mycorrhizal genus in the Ericaceae. Inoculum 56(4): 6.

Abe, K. 1972a. Contribution to the embryology of the family Orchidaceae. VI. Development of the embryo sac in 15 species of orchids. Sci. Reports Tôhoko Univ. Ser. IV Biol., 36: 135-178.

Abe, K. 1972b. Contribution to the embryology of the family Orchidaceae. VII. A comparative study of the orchid embryo sac. Sci. Reports Tôhoko Univ. Ser. IV Biol., 36: 179-201.

Abele, D. [et al. 2005], Rudolph, B., Thiede, J., & Schirarend, C. 2005. Phylogeny of the genus Masdevallia Ruiz & Pav. based on morphological and molecular data. Pp. 111-116, in Raynal-Roques, A., Roguenant, A., & Prat, D. (eds), Proceedings of the 18th World Orchid Conferemnce. Naturalia Publications, Turriers, France.

Abercrombie, J. M. [et al. 2011], O'Meara, B. C., Moffatt, A. R., & Williams, J. H. 2011. Developmental evolution of flowering plant pollen tube cell walls: Callose synthase (CalS) gene expression pattern. EvoDevo 2011, 2:14. doi: 10.1186/2041-9139-2-14

Aberhan, M., & Kiessling, W. 2015. Persistent ecological shifts in marine molluscan assemblages across the end-Cretaceous mass extinction. Proc. National Acad. Sci. 112: 7207-7212.

Abraham, Y., & Elbaum, R. 2013. Hygroscopic movements in Geraniaceae: The structural variations that are responsible for coiling or bending. New Phytol. 199: 584-594.

Abrahamczyk, S., & Renner, S. S. 2015. The temporal build-up of hummingbird/plant mutualisms in North America and temperate South America. BMC Evol. Biol. 15:104.

Abrahamczyk, S., & Steudel, B. 2022. Why are some hummingbird-pollinated plant clades so species-rich? American J. Bot. 109: 1059-1062.

Abrahamczyk, S. [et al. 2014], Souto-Vilarós, D., & Renner, S. S. 2014. Escape from extreme specialization: Passionflowers, bats and the sword-billed hummingbird. Proc. R. Soc. B 281:20140888.

Abrahamczyk, S. [et al. 2015], Souto-Vilarós, D., McGuire, J. A., & Renner, S. S. 2015. Diversity and clade ages of West Indian hummingbirds and the largest plant clades dependent on them: A 5-9 Myr young mutualistic system. Biol. J. Linnean Soc. 114: 848-859.

Abrahamczyk, S. [et al. 2016], Kessler, M., Hanley, D., Karger, D. N., Müller, M. P. J., Knauer, A. C., Keller, F., Schwerdtfeger, M., & Humphreys, A. M. 2016. Pollinator adaptation and the evolution of floral nectar sugar concentration. J. Evol. Biol. 30: 112-127.

Abrahamczyk, S. [et al. 2017a], Poretschkin, C., & Renner, S. S. 2017a. Evolutionary flexibility in five hummingbird/plant mutualistic systems: Testing temporal and geographic matching. J. Biogeog. 44: 1847-1855.

Abrahamczyk, S. [et al. 2017b], Lozada-Gobilard, S., Ackermann, M., Fischer, E., Krieger, V., Redling, A., & Weigend, M. 2017b. A question of data quality - testing pollination syndromes in Balsaminaceae. PLoS ONE 12(10):e0186125.

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Acevedo-Rosas, R. [et al. 2004], Cameron, K., Sosa, V., & Pell, S. 2004. A molecular phylogenetic study of Graptopetalum (Crassulaceae) based on ETS, ITS, rpl16 and trnL-F nucleotide sequences. American J. Bot. 91: 1099-1104.

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Adams, F. [et al. 2006], Reddell, P., Webb, M. J., & Shipton, W. A. 2006. Arbuscular mycorrhizas and ectomycorrhizas on Eucalyptus grandis (Myrtaceae) trees and seedlings in native forests of tropical north-eastern Australia. Australian J. Bot. 54: 271-281.

Adams, K. L., & Palmer, J. D. 2003. Evolution of mitochondrial gene content: Gene loss and transfer to the nucleus. Molec. Phyl. Evol. 29: 380-395.

Adams, K. L., & Wendel, J. F. 2005. Polyploidy and genome evolution in plants. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 8: 135-141.

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Adams, L. G. 1987. Philydraceae. Pp. 40-45, in George, A. S. (ed.), Flora of Australia. Volume 35. Hydatellaceae to Liliaceae. Australian Government, Canberra.

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Adams, N. F. [et al. 2016], Collinson, M. E., Smith, S. Y., Bamford, M. K., Forest, F., Malakasi, P., Marone, F., & Sykes, D. 2016. X-rays and virtual taphonomy resolve the first Cissus (Vitaceae) macrofossils from Africa as early-diverging members of the genus. American J. Bot. 103: 1657-1677.

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Adams, P. B. 2011. Systematics of Dendrobiinae (Orchidaceae) with special reference to Australian taxa. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 166: 105-126.

Adams, R. P. 2010. Junipers of the World: The Genus Juniperus. Ed. 3. Trafford, Bloomington, IN.

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Adams, R. P., & Schwarzbach, A. 2013. Phylogeny of Juniperus using nrDNA and four cpDNA regions. Phytologia 95: 179-187.

Adams, S. P. [et al. 2001], Hartman, T. P. V., Lim, K. Y., Chase, M. W., Bennett, M. D., Leitch, I. J., & Leitch, A. R. 2001. Loss and recovery of Arabidopsis-type telomere repeat sequences 5'-(TTTAGGG)n-3' in the evolution of a major radiation of flowering plants. Proc. Royal Soc. B, 268: 1541-1546.

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Carlquist, S. 1981b. Studies in Stylidiaceae: monocotyly in the family; nomenclatural change. Aliso 10: 35-38.

Carlquist, S. 1981c. Wood anatomy of Cephalotaceae. IAWA Bull. N.S. 2: 175-183.

Carlquist, S. 1982. Wood anatomy of Dipsacaceae. Taxon 31: 443-450.

Carlquist, S. 1984. Wood anatomy of Loasaceae with relation to systematics, habit, and ecology. Aliso 10: 583-602.

Carlquist, S. 1985a. Vegetative anatomy and familial placement of Tovaria. Aliso 11: 69-76.

Carlquist, S. 1985b. Wood anatomy and familial status of Viviana. Aliso 12: 159-165.

Carlquist, S. 1985c. Wood and stem anatomy of Misodendraceae: Systematic and ecological conclusions. Brittonia 37: 58-75.

Carlquist, S. 1986. Wood anatomy of Stilbaceae and Retziaceae: ecological and systematic implications. Aliso 11: 294-316.

Carlquist, S. 1987a. Wood anatomy of Nolanaceae. Aliso 11: 463-471.

Carlquist, S. 1987b. Wood anatomy of Martyniaceae and Pedaliaceae. Aliso 11: 473-483.

Carlquist, S. 1988a. Wood anatomy and relationships of Duckeodendraceae and Goetzeaceae. IAWA Bull. N.S. 9: 3-12.

Carlquist, S. 1988b. Comparative Wood Anatomy. Springer, Berlin.

Carlquist, S. 1989. Wood anatomy and relationships of Montinia. Aliso 12: 369-378.

Carlquist, S. 1990a. Leaf anatomy of Geissolomataceae and Myrothamnaceae as a possible indicator of relationships to Bruniaceae. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 117: 420-428.

Carlquist, S. 1990b. Wood anatomy and relationships of Lactoridaceae. American J. Bot. 77: 1498-1505.

Carlquist, S. 1991a. Wood and bark anatomy of Ticodendron: Comments on relationships. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 78: 97-104.

Carlquist, S. 1991b. Anatomy of vine and liana stems: A review and synthesis. Pp. 53-71, in Putz, F. E., & Mooney, H. A. (eds), The Biology of Vines. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Carlquist, S. 1992a. Wood anatomy and stem of Chloranthus; summary of wood anatomy of Chloranthaceae, with comments on relationships, vessellessness, and the origin of monocotyledons. IAWA Bull. N.S. 13: 3-16.

Carlquist, S. 1992b. Wood anatomy of sympetalous dicotyledon families: A summary, with comments on systematic relationships end evolution of the woody habit. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 79: 303-332.

Carlquist, S. 1992c. Wood anatomy of selected Cucurbitaceae and its relation to habit and systematics. Nordic J. Bot. 12: 347-355.

Carlquist, S. 1992d. Wood anatomy of Solanaceae: A survey. Allertonia 6: 279-326.

Carlquist, S. 1993. Wood and bark anatomy of Aristolochiaceae; systematic and habital correlations. IAWA J. 14: 341-357.

Carlquist, S. 1995a. Wood and bark anatomy of Ranunculaceae (including Hydrastis) and Glaucidiaceae. Aliso 14: 65-103.

Carlquist, S. 1995b. Wood anatomy of Ranunculiflorae: A summary. Pp. 11-24, in Jensen, U., & Kadereit, J. W. (eds.), Systematics and Evolution of the Ranunculiflorae. Springer, Vienna. [Plant Syst. Evol. Suppl. 9.]

Carlquist, S. 1996. Wood, bark, and stem anatomy of Gnetales: A summary. Internat. J. Plant Sci. 157 (6 Suppl.): S58-67.

Carlquist, S. 1996 [= 1997a.] Wood anatomy of Akaniaceae and Bretschneideraceae: A case of near-identity and its systematic implications. Syst. Bot. 21: 607-616.

Carlquist, S. 1997b. Pentaphragma: A unique wood and its significance. IAWA Bull. N.S. 18: 3-12.

Carlquist, S. 1996 [= 1997c]. Wood anatomy of Buddlejaceae. Aliso 15: 41-56.

Carlquist, S. 1998a. Wood anatomy of Resedaceae. Aliso 16: 127-135.

Carlquist, S. 1998b. Wood anatomy of Portulacaceae and Hectorellaceae: Ecological, habital and systematic implications. Aliso 16: 137-153.

Carlquist, S. 1998c. Wood and bark anatomy of Caricaceae; correlations with systematics and habit. IAWA J. 19: 191-206.

Carlquist, S. 1999. Wood, stem and root anatomy of Basellaceae with relation to habit, systematics, and cambial variants. Flora 194: 1-12.

Carlquist, S. 2000a. Wood and stem anatomy of Sarcobatus (Caryophyllales): Systematic and ecological implications. Taxon 49: 27-34.

Carlquist, S. 2000b. Wood and stem anatomy of phytolaccoid and rivinoid Phytolaccaeae (Caryophyllales): Ecology, systematics, nature of successive cambia. Aliso 19: 13-29.

Carlquist, S. 2000c. Wood and bark anatomy of Achatocarpaceae. Sida 19: 71-78.

Carlquist, S. 2001a. Observations on the vegetative anantomy of Austrobaileya: Habital, organographic and phylogenetic conclusions. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 135: 1-11.

Carlquist, S. 2001b. Comparative Wood Anatomy: Systematic, Ecological, and Evolutionary Aspects of Dicotyledon Wood. Ed. 2. Springer, Berlin.

Carlquist, S. 2002a. Wood anatomy of Salvadoraceae: Ecology, relationships, histology of interxylary phloem. J. Torrey Bot. Club 129: 10-20.

Carlquist, S. 2002b. Wood anatomy and successive cambia in Simmondsia (Simmondsiaceae): Evidence for inclusion in Caryophyllales s.l. Madroño 49: 158-164.

Carlquist, S. 2002c. Wood and bark anatomy of Myricaceae: Relationships, generic definitions, and ecological interpretations. Aliso 21: 7-29.

Carlquist, S. 2003a. Wood anatomy of Polygonaceae: Analysis of a family with exceptional wood diversity. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 141: 25-51.

Carlquist, S. 2003b. Wood anatomy of Aextoxicaceae and Berberidopsidaceae is compatible with their inclusion in Berberidopsidales. Syst. Bot. 28: 317-325.

Carlquist, S. 2003c. Wood and stem anatomy of woody Amaranthaceae s.s.: Ecology, systematics and the problem of defining rays in dicotyledons. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 143: 1-19.

Carlquist, S. 2004. Lateral meristems, successive cambia and their products: A reinterpretation based on roots and stems of Nyctaginaceae. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 146: 129-143.

Carlquist, S. 2005a. Wood and bark anatomy of Muntingiaceae: A phylogenetic comparison within Malvales s.l. Brittonia 57: 59-67.

Carlquist, S. 2005b. Wood anatomy of Krameriaceae with comparisons with Zygophyllaceae: Phylesis, ecology and systematics. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 149: 257-270.

Carlquist, S. 2006. Asteropeia and Physena (Caryophyllales): A case study in comparative wood anatomy. Brittonia 58: 301-313.

Carlquist, S. 2007a. Successive cambia in Aizoaceae: Products and process. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 153: 141-155.

Carlquist, S. 2007b. Successive cambia revisited: Ontogeny, histology, diversity and functional significance. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 134: 301-332.

Carlquist, S. 2007c. Wood anatomy of Crossosomatales: Patterns of wood evolution with relation to phylogeny and ecology. Aliso 24: 1-18.

Carlquist, S. 2009. Xylem heterochrony: An unappreciated key to angiosperm origin and diversifications. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 161: 26-65.

Carlquist, S. 2010. Caryophyllales: A key group for understanding wood anatomy character states and their evolution. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 164: 342-393.

Carlquist, S. 2012a. Monocot xylem revisited: New information, new paradigms. Bot. Review 78: 87-150.

Carlquist, S. 2012b. Wood anatomy of Gnetales in a functional, ecological, and evolutionary context. Aliso 30: 33-47.

Carlquist, S. 2012c. How wood evolves: A new synthesis. Botany 90: 901-940.

Carlquist, S. 2013a. Interxylary phloem: Diversity and functions. Brittonia 65: 477-495.

Carlquist, S. 2013b. More woodiness/less woodiness: Evolutionary avenues, ontogenetic mechanisms. Internat. J. Plant Sci. 174: 964-991.

Carlquist, S. 2015a. Living cells in wood. 1. Absence, scarcity, and histology of axial parenchyma as keys to function. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 177: 291-321.

Carlquist, S. 2015b. Living cells in wood. 2. Raylessness: Histology and evolutionary significance. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 178: 529-555.

Carlquist, S. 2016. Wood anatomy of Brassicales: New information, new evolutionary concepts. Bot. Review 82: 24-90.

Carlquist, S. 2017a. What the Penaeaceae alliance (Myrtales) tells us about the nature of vestured pits in xylem. Brittonia 69: 276-294.

Carlquist, S. 2017b. Vestured pits in Echium (Boraginaceae): Island woodiness revisited. Aliso 35: 28-40.

Carlquist, S. 2018a. Living cells in wood 3. Overview; functional anatomy of the parenchyma network. Bot. Review 84: 242-294.

Carlquist, S. 2018b. "Primitive" wood characters are adaptive: Examples from Paracryphiaceae. Aliso 36: 1-20.

Carlquist, S. 2018c. Wood anatomy of Atherospermataceae and allies: Strategies of wood evolution in basal angiosperms. Allertonia 17: 1-52.

Carlquist, S., & Boggs, C. J. 1996. Wood anatomy of Plumbaginaceae. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club. 123: 135-147.

Carlquist, S., & Donald, C. J. 1996. Wood anatomy of Limnanthaceae and Tropaeolaceae in relation to habit and phylogeny. Sida 17: 333-342.

Carlquist, S., & Eckhart, V. M. 1984. Wood anatomy of Hydrophyllaceae. II. Genera other than Eriodictyon, with comments on parenchyma bands containing vessels with large pits. Aliso 10: 527-546.

Carlquist, S., & Grant, J. R. 2005. Wood anatomy of Gentianaceae, tribe Helieae in relation to ecology, habit, systematics, and sample diameter. Brittonia 57: 276-291.

Carlquist, S., & Guilliams, C. M. 2017. Distinctive wood anatomy of the root-parasitic family Lennoaceae (Boraginales). IAWA J. 38: 3-12.

Carlquist, S., & Hoekman, D. A. 1985. Wood anatomy of Staphyleaceae: Ecology, statistical correlations, and systematics. Flora 177: 195-216.

Carlquist, S., & Hoekman, D. A. 1986. Wood anatomy of Myoporaceae: Ecological and systematic considerations. Aliso 11: 317-344.

Carlquist, S., & Lowrie, A. 1989. Two new species of Stylidium from Western Australia. Phytologia 67: 368-376.

Carlquist, S., & Miller, R. B. 1999. Vegetative anatomy and relationships of Setchellanthus caeruleus (Setchellanthaceae). Taxon 48: 289-302.

Carlquist, S., & Miller, R. B. 2001. Wood anatomy of Corynocarpaceae is consistent with its cucurbitalean placement. Syst. Bot. 26: 54-65.

Carlquist, S., & Olson, M. E. 2020. Wood anatomy of Argophyllaceae (Asterales): Adaptation in a small clase. Aliso 38: 62-75.

Carlquist, S., & Raven, P. H. 1966. The systematics and anatomy of Gongylocarpus (Onagraceae). American J. Bot. 53: 378-390.

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Carlquist, S., & Schneider, E. L. 2001. Vegetative anatomy of the New Caledonian endemic Amborella trichopoda: Relationships with the Illiciales and implications for vessel origin. Pacific Sci. 55: 305-312.

Carlquist, S., & Schneider, E. L. 2004. Pit membrane remnants in perforation plates of Hydrangeales with comments on pit membrane remnant occurrence, physiological significance and phylogenetic distribution in dicotyledons. Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 146: 41-51.

Carlquist, S., & Schneider, E. L. 2005. Vestigial pit membrane remnants in perforation plates and helical thickening in vessels of Ericaceae. Nordic J. Bot. 23: 353-363.

Carlquist, S., & Schneider, E. L. 2009. Do tracheid microstructure and presence of minute crystals link Nymphaeaceae, Cabombaceae and Hydatellaceae? Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 159: 572-582.

Carlquist, S., & Schneider, E. L. 2010. Origin and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 11. Primary xylem microstructure, with examples from Zingiberales. Internat. J. Plant Sci. 171: 258-266.

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Carlquist, S., & Zona, S. 1988. Wood anatomy of Papaveraceae, with comments on vessel restriction patterns. IAWA Bull. n.s. 9: 253-267.

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