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Castanea - 75 (4), 2010


President's Message: John Denver and Botany

Lytton John Musselman

Plant-Soil-Hydrology Relationships in Three Carolina Bays in Bladen County, North Carolina

Britta P. Dimick, Jon M. Stucky, Wade Wall, Michael J. Vepraskas, Thomas R. Wentworth, and Consuello Arella

Tree Seedling Establishment Under the Native Shrub, Asimina triloba

Marilyn Baumer and James R. Runkle

The Responses of Rare and Common Trilliums (Trillium reliquum, T. cuneatum, and T. maculatum) to Deer Herbivory and Invasive Honeysuckle Removal

Lissa M. Leege, Jacob S. Thompson, and D. Joshua Parris

Sweet-scented Indian-plantain, Hasteola suaveolens (L.) Pojark., in Riparian Plant Communities of the Allegheny River Islands Wilderness, Pennsylvania

Charles E. Williams

Breeding System of Ruellia succulenta Small (Acanthaceae)

John H. Geiger, Paul D. Pratt, and Suzanne Koptur

Fire History of a Post Oak (Quercus stellata Wang.) Woodland in Hamilton County, Illinois

William E. McClain, Terry L. Esker, Bob R. Edgin, Greg Spyreas, and John E. Ebinger

A Bibliography of North Carolina Local Floras

Michael W. Denslow, Michael W. Palmer, and Zack E. Murrell

The Vascular Flora of Sandy Run Savannas State Natural Area, Onslow and Pender Counties, North Carolina

John B. Taggart


Brian R. Keener

North Carolina

Richard J. LeBlond and Daniel F. Brunton

Virginia: An Account of Schoenoplectus mucronatus (L.) Palla in Virginia with Comments on Species Introductions in Wetland Mitigation Sites

Douglas A. DeBerry, Nicola McGoff, and Nina D. Zinn

Inter Simple Sequence Repeats (ISSR) Reveal Genetic Variation Among Mid-Atlantic Populations of Threatened Amaranthus pumilus and Phylogenetic Relationships

Casey Nolan, A. Noyes, A. Bennett, R. Hunter, and K. L. Hunter

Weeds of the South

Ronald L. Jones


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