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Allen, J. A.1870 The flora of the prairies. Amer. Naturalist10: 577–585
Anonymous1899 Reviews of recent literature - general biology. Amer. Naturalist33: 967–992
Arthur, J. C.1908 The physiologic aspect of the species question. Amer. Naturalist42: 243–248
Babcock, E. B.1942 Genetic evolutionary processes in Crepis Amer. Naturalist76: 337–363
Bailey, L.H.1887 The Origin of the Tomato from a Morphological Standpoint Amer. Naturalist21: 573–576
Bartlett, H. H.1915 Mutation en masse Amer. Naturalist44: 129–139
Beal, W. J.1870 A stroll along the beach of Lake Michigan. Amer. Naturalist356–358
Bessey, C. E.1880 The supposed dimorphism of Lithospermum Longiflorum Amer. Naturalist14: 417–421
Bessey, C. E.1884 Sexuality in Zygnemaceae Amer. Naturalist18: 421–422
Bessey, C. E.1884 Glands on a grass. Amer. NaturalistApr. 1884, p. 420–421
Bessey, C. E.1893 Shall we decaitalize specific names. Amer. Naturalist821–822
Bessey, C. E.1893 The use of personal names in designating species. Amer. Naturalist822–823
Bessey, C. E.1893 Botany at the Madison meetings. Amer. Naturalist823–828
Bessey, C. E.1894 A synopsis of the larger groups of the vegetable kingdom. Amer. Naturalist63–65
Bierzychudek, P.1984 Assessing "optimal" life histories in a fluctuating environment: the evolution of sex-changing by jack-in-the-pulpit Amer. Naturalist123(6): 829–839
Biscoe, T. D.1873 The winter state of our duckweeds Amer. Naturalist7(5): 257–268
Brendel, F.1870 Collected notes on the history of the American oaks Amer. Naturalist183–188
Brendel, F.1874 Notes on the flora of Southern Florida. Amer. Naturalist8: 449–452
Brendel, F.1879 Historical sketch of the science of botany in North America from 1635 to 1858 Amer. Naturalist1–31
Brendel, F.1879 Botany. Amer. Naturalist184–186
Brittingham, W. H.1931 Oenothera Lamarckiana mut. Acutifolia, a new mutant type produced by a gene outside the first linkage group Amer. Naturalist65: 121–133
Buchholtz, J. T. & J. W. Selett1941 The hybridization of water ferns, Marsilea and Pilularia Amer. Naturalist75: 90–93
Buchholz, J. T.1940 A statistical study of two variables in the sequoias - pollen grain size and cotyledon number Amer. Naturalist74: 279–283
Camill, P. & J. S. Clark1998 Climate change disequilibrium of boreal permafrost peatlands caused by local processes Amer. Naturalist151: 207–222
Campbell, D. H.1898 Botanical aspects of Jamaica. Amer. Naturalist34–42
Campbell, D. H.1907 Studies on the Ophioglossaceae Amer. Naturalist41: 139–159
Campbell, D. H.1907 Recent Studies on Gymnosperms Amer. Naturalist41: 801–813
Campbell, D. H.1908 Botany - Recent studies on Gymnosperms Amer. Naturalist41(492): 801–813
Capinpin, J. M.1930 Meiotic behavior of triploid Oenotheras Amer. Naturalist54: 565–570
Cavender-Bares, J. Cavender-Bares, D. D. Ackerly, D. A. Baum & F. A. Bazzaz2004 Phylogenetic Overdispersion in Floridian Oak Communities Amer. Naturalist163(6): 823–843
Chave, J., H. C. Muller-Landau & S. A. Levin2002 Comparing Classical Community Models: Theoretical Consequences for Patterns of Diversity Amer. Naturalist159(1): 1–23
Chickering, J. W.1873 The flora of the dismal swamp. Amer. Naturalist521–524
Clark, J. S.1998 Why Trees Migrate So Fast: Confronting Theory with Dispersal Biology and the Paleorecord Amer. Naturalist152(2): 204–224
Cleland, R. E.1923 Chromosome arrangements during meiosis in certain Oenotheras Amer. Naturalist57: 562–566
Cleland, R. E.1925 Chromosome behavior during meiosis in the pollen mother cells of certain Oenotheras Amer. Naturalist59: 475–479
Cleland, R. E.1929 New evidence bearing upon the problem of the cytological basis for genetical peculiarities in the Oenotheras Amer. Naturalist63: 497–510
Cleland, R. E.1933 Predictions as to chromosome configuration, as evidence for segmental interhange in Oenothera Amer. Naturalist67: 407–418
Cleland, R. E.1935 Chromosome configurations in Oenothera (Grandiflora X Lamarckiana) Amer. Naturalist69: 466–468
Cleland, R. E.1944 The problem of species in Oenothera Amer. Naturalist78: 5–28
Clements, F. E.1897 Peculiar zonal formations of the Great Plains. Amer. Naturalist968–992
Clinton, G. W.1869 A new Fragaria Amer. Naturalist221–222
Cockerell, T. D. A.1915 Specific and varietal characters in annual sunflowers Amer. Naturalist609–622
Colwell, R. K., C. Rahbek & N. J. Gotelli2004 The Mid-Domain Effect and Species Richness Patterns: What Have We Learned So Far? Amer. Naturalist163(3): e1–e23
Colwell, R. K., C. Rahbek & N. J. Gotelli2005 The Mid-Domain Effect: There’s a Baby in the Bathwater Amer. Naturalist166(5): E149–E154
Connor, E. F. & E. D. McCoy1979 The Statistics and Biology of the Species-Area Relationship Amer. Naturalist113(6): 791–833
Cooper, J. G.1869 The sylva of Montana. Amer. Naturalist1–18
Cooper, J. G.1874 The botany of the Cuyamaca Moutains. Amer. Naturalist8: 90–98
Coulter, J. M.1883 Development of a dandelion flower Amer. Naturalist1211–1217
Cox, P. A. & R. J. Hickey1984 Convergent megaspore evolution and Isoëtes Amer. Naturalist124(3): 437–441
Crist, T. O., J. A. Veech, J. C. Gering & K. S. Summerville2003 Partitioning Species Diversity across Landscapes and Regions : A Hierarchical Analysis of a , b , and g Diversity Amer. Naturalist162(6): 734–743
Currie, D. J.1991 Energy and Large-Scale Patterns of Animal and Plant Species Richness Amer. Naturalist137(1): 27–49
Davidson, A.1899 Reviews of recent literature. - California plants in their home. Amer. Naturalist33(386): 167–168
Davies, T. J., A. Purvis & J.L. Gittleman2009 Quaternary Climate Change and the Geographic Ranges of Mammals Amer. Naturalist174(3): 297–307
Davis, B. M.1908 Polar organization of plant cells. Amer. Naturalist42: 501–504
Davis, B. M.1908 Some recent research on the cilia-forming organ of plant cells Amer. Naturalist42: 546–550
Davis, B. M.1909 Plant phylogeny. Amer. Naturalist43: 107–111
Davis, B. M.1910 Genetical studies on Oenothera. I. Notes on the behavior of certain hybrids of Oenothera in the first generation. Amer. Naturalist44: 108–115
Davis, B. M.1911 Genetical studies on Oenothera. II. Some hybrids of Oenothera biennis and O. grandiflora that resemble O. Lamarckiana Amer. Naturalist45: 193–233
Davis, B. M.1912 Genetical studies on Oenothera. III. Further hybrids of Oenothera biennis and O. grandiflora that resemble O. Lamarckiana Amer. Naturalist46: 377–427
Davis, B. M.1913 Genetical studies on Oenothera. IV. The behavior of hybrids between Oenothera biennis and O. grandiflora in the second and third generations Amer. Naturalist47: 449–571
Davis, B. M.1913 Mutations in Oenothera Biennis L. Amer. Naturalist47: 116–121
Davis, B. M.1914 Parallel mutations in Oenothera Biennis L. Amer. Naturalist48: 498–501
Davis, B. M.1915 Additional evidence of mutation in Oenothera Amer. Naturalist44: 702–706
Davis, B. M.1915 Professor de Vries on the probable origin of Oenothera Lamarckiana Amer. Naturalist49: 59–64
Davis, B. M.1915 Additional evidence of mutation in Oenothera Amer. Naturalist44: 702–706
Davis, B. M.1916 Oenothera Neo-Lamarckiana, hybrid of O. Franciscana Bartlett X O. Biennis Linnaeus Amer. Naturalist50: 688–696
Davis, B. M.1916 Life histories in the red algae. Amer. Naturalist50: 502–512
Davis, B. M.1916 Oenothera neo-lamarckiana, hybrid of O. franciscana bartlett X O. biennis linnaeus Amer. Naturalist50: 688–696
Davis, B. M.1931 Some attempts to obtain haploids from Oenothera lamarckiana Amer. Naturalist65: 233–242
Engelmann, G.1868 The North American grapes Amer. Naturalist2(6): 320–322
Evans, M. E. K., S. A. Smith, R. S. Flynn & M. J. Donoghue2009 Climate, Niche Evolution, and Diversification of the “Bird-Cage” Evening Primroses (Oenothera, Sections Anogra and Kleinia) Amer. Naturalist173(2): 225–240
Felsenstein, J.1985 Phylogenies and the Comparative Method Amer. Naturalist125(1): 1–15
Fine, P. V. A. & R. H. Ree2006 Evidence for a Time-Integrated Species-Area Effect on the Latitudinal Gradient in Tree Diversity Amer. Naturalist168(6): 796–804
Foerste, A. F.1884 Notes on the structure of the flowers of Zygadenus glaucus Nutt. Amer. NaturalistDec. p. 1262
Francis, A. P. & D. J. Currie2003 A Globally Consistent Richness-Climate Relationship for Angiosperms Amer. Naturalist161(4): 523–536
Garber, E. D.1944 A cytological study of the genus Sorghum: subsections para-Sorghum and Eu-Sorghum Amer. Naturalist774: 89–94
Gaston, K. J. & J. H. Lawton1989 Insect herbivores on bracken do not support the core-satellite hypothesis Amer. Naturalist134: 761–777
Gates, R. R.1910 The material basis of mendelian phenomena. Amer. Naturalist44: 203–213
Gates, R. R.1911 Mutation in Oenothera. Amer. Naturalist45: 577–606
Gates, R. R.1914 Galton and discontinuity in variation. Amer. Naturalist48: 697–699
Gates, R. R.1915 On the modification of characters by crossing. Amer. Naturalist49: 562–569
Gates, R. R.1933 The general bearings of recent research in Oenothera. Amer. Naturalist67: 352–364
Gerhold, P., M. Pärtel, O. Tackenberg, S. M. Hennekens, I. V. Bartish, J. H. J. Schaminee, A. J. F. Fergus, W. A. Ozinga & A. Prinzing2011 Phylogenetically Poor Plant Communities Receive More Alien Species, Which More Easily Coexist with Natives Amer. Naturalist177(5): 668–680
Gillman, H.1873 Flowering of Aplectrum Amer. Naturalist7: 627–628
Glasser, J. W.1989 Temporal patterns in species' abundances that imply a balance between competition and predation Amer. Naturalist134(1): 120–127
Greene, E. L.1871 The spring flowers of Colorado. Amer. Naturalist5(2): 65–68
Greene, E. L.1871 June rambles in the Rocky Mountains. Amer. Naturalist5: 213–216
Greene, E. L.1876 The Alpine flora of Colorado. Amer. Naturalist6: 734–738
Harris, J. A.1909 Is there a selective elimination of ovaries in the fruiting of the Leguminosae? Amer. Naturalist43: 556–559
Harris, J. A.1909 Variation in the number of seeds per pod in the broom, Cytisus scoparius Amer. Naturalist43: 350–355
Harris, J. A.1910 A bimodal variation Polygon in Syndesmon thalictroides and its morphologil significance Amer. Naturalist44: 19–30
Harris, J. A.1912 On differential mortality with respect to seed weight occurring in field cultures of Phaseolus vulgaris Amer. Naturalist46: 512–525
Harvard, V.1884 The Mezquit Amer. NaturalistMay, 1884: 1–9
Havard, V.1884 The Mezquit Amer. Naturalist18(5): 1–9
Hawkins, B. A., J. A. F. Diniz-Filho & A. E. Weis2005 The Mid-Domain Effect and Diversity Gradients: Is There Anything to Learn? Amer. Naturalist166(5): E140E143
Helmus, M. R., T. J. Bland, C. K. Williams & A. R. Ives2007 Phylogenetic Measures of Biodiversity Amer. Naturalist169(3): E68–E83
Holden, R.1916 Hybrids of the genus epilobium Amer. Naturalist50: 243–247
Hollick, A. & E. C. Jeffrey1906 Affinities of certain cretaceous plant remains commonly referred to the genera Dammara and Brachyphyllum Amer. Naturalist40: 189–216
Hunt, J. G.1869 The structure of the pitcher plant Amer. Naturalist13–17
Hutson, V., R. Law & D. Lewis1985 Dynamics of ecologically obligate mutualisms effects of spatial diffusion on resilience of the interacting species Amer. Naturalist126: 445–449
 
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