środa, 16 maja 2012

American Journal of Botany - 99 (3), 2012


        Frédéric Normand and Pierre-Éric Lauri
    Assessing allometric models to predict vegetative growth of mango (Mangifera indica; Anacardiaceae) at the current-year branch scale
        Upekala C. Wijayratne and David A. Pyke
    Burial increases seed longevity of two Artemisia tridentata (Asteraceae) subspecies
        Teresa M. Stoepler, Andrea Edge, Anna Steel, Robin L. O’Quinn, and Mark Fishbein
    Differential pollinator effectiveness and importance in a milkweed (Asclepias, Apocynaceae) hybrid zone
        Eike Müller, Pernille Bronken Eidesen, Dorothee Ehrich, and Inger Greve Alsos
    Frequency of local, regional, and long-distance dispersal of diploid and tetraploid Saxifraga oppositifolia (Saxifragaceae) to Arctic glacier forelands
        Austin R. Mast, Ethan F. Milton, Eric H. Jones, Robyn M. Barker, William R. Barker, and Peter H. Weston
    Time-calibrated phylogeny of the woody Australian genus Hakea (Proteaceae) supports multiple origins of insect-pollination among bird-pollinated ancestors
        Leah S. Dudley, Alisa A. Hove, and Susan J. Mazer
    Physiological performance and mating system in Clarkia (Onagraceae): Does phenotypic selection predict divergence between sister species?
        Sean T. Hammond and Karl J. Niklas
    Computer simulations support a core prediction of a contentious plant model
        Miguel A. Pérez-Gutiérrez, Ana T. Romero-García, María J. Salinas, Gabriel Blanca, M. Carmen Fernández, and Víctor N. Suárez-Santiago
    Phylogeny of the tribe Fumarieae (Papaveraceae s.l.) based on chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences: Evolutionary and biogeographic implications
        Keith R. Merrill, Susan E. Meyer, and Craig E. Coleman
    Population genetic analysis of Bromus tectorum (Poaceae) indicates recent range expansion may be facilitated by specialist genotypes
        Carla Lambertini, Irving A. Mendelssohn, Mats H. G. Gustafsson, Birgit Olesen, Tenna RiiS, Brian K. Sorrell, and Hans Brix
    Tracing the origin of Gulf Coast Phragmites (Poaceae): A story of long-distance dispersal and hybridization
        Ryan M. Kepler, Gi-Ho Sung, Yukio Harada, Kazuaki Tanaka, Eiji Tanaka, Tsuyoshi Hosoya, Joseph F. Bischoff, and Joseph W. Spatafora
    Host jumping onto close relatives and across kingdoms by Tyrannicordyceps (Clavicipitaceae) gen. nov. and Ustilaginoidea_(Clavicipitaceae)
        Peter Wilf
    Rainforest conifers of Eocene Patagonia: Attached cones and foliage of the extant Southeast Asian and Australasian genus Dacrycarpus (Podocarpaceae)
        Jennifer J. Petersen, Ingrid M. Parker, and Daniel Potter
    Origins and close relatives of a semi-domesticated neotropical fruit tree: Chrysophyllum cainito (Sapotaceae)
        Juan Carlos Villarreal, Laura L. Forrest, Ken McFarland, and Bernard Goffinet
    Chloroplast, mitochondrial, and nuclear microsatellites from the southern Appalachian hornwort, Nothoceros aenigmaticus (Dendrocerotaceae)
        Adam P. Kuester and John D. Nason
    Microsatellite loci for Gossypium davidsonii (Malvaceae) and other D-genome, Sonoran Desert endemic cotton species
        Toru Nishizawa, Masanori Tamaoki, Yukio Kaneko, Mitsuko Aono, Akihiro Kubo, Hikaru Saji, and Nobuyoshi Nakajima
    High-throughput capture of nucleotide sequence polymorphisms in three Brassica species (Brassicaceae) using DNA microarrays
        Lia Maris Orth Ritter, Miklos Maximiliano Bajay, Mariza Monteiro, Renata G. V. C. Souza, Maria Andréia Moreno, and Paulo Yoshio Kageyama
    Development of microsatellite markers for Qualea grandiflora (Vochysiaceae), a typical species of the Brazilian cerrado
        Hui Gao, Kai Jiang, Yan Geng, and Xiao-Yong Chen
    Development of microsatellite primers of the largest seagrass, Enhalus acoroides (Hydrocharitaceae)
        Helena A. V. Souza, Rosane G. Collevatti, José P. Lemos-Filho, Fabrício R. Santos, and Maria Bernadete Lovato
    Development of microsatellite markers for Dimorphandra mollis (Leguminosae), a widespread tree from the Brazilian cerrado
        Adeline Barnaud, Hélene Vignes, Ange-Marie Risterucci, Jean-Louis Noyer, Jean-Louis Pham, Carole Blay, Marylene Buiron, Yves Vigouroux, and Claire Billot
    Development of nuclear microsatellite markers for the fonio, Digitaria exilis (Poaceae), an understudied West African cereal
        Chengcheng Tao, Zhenyan Yang, Ranran Lu, Tao Liu, Shaotian Chen, and Yunheng Ji
    Microsatellite markers for the relictual dove tree, Davidia involucrata (Cornaceae)
        Genevieve K. Croft and Barbara A. Schaal
    Development of microsatellite markers in Byrsonima crassifolia (Malpighiaceae)
        David B. Lowry, Colin T. Purmal, Eli Meyer, and Thomas E. Juenger
    Microsatellite markers for the native Texas perennial grass, Panicum hallii (Poaceae)
        Yu-Chung Chiang, Chi-Mou Tsai, Yu-Kuang H. Chen, Sheue-Ru Lee, Chih-Hsiung Chen, Yu-Shium Lin, and Chi-Chu Tsai
    Development and characterization of 20 new polymorphic microsatellite markers from Mangifera indica (Anacardiaceae)
        Xin Tong, Na-Na Xu, Ling Li, and Xiao-Yong Chen
    Development and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite markers in Cyclobalanopsis glauca (Fagaceae)
        Hong-Yu Niu, Xiao-Yi Li, Wan-Hui Ye, Zheng-Feng Wang, Hong-Lin Cao, and Zhang-Ming Wang
    Isolation and characterization of 36 polymorphic microsatellite markers in Schima superba (Theaceae)
        Dylan O. Burge, Ginger Jui, Steven S. Kembel, and Katherine Zhukovsky
    Microsatellite markers from Ceanothus roderickii (Rhamnaceae) using next-generation sequencing technology


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