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Abbe, E. C.1935 Studies in the phylogeny of the Betulaceae. I. Floral and inflorescence anatomy and morphology Bot. Gaz.97: 1–67
Abbe, E. C.1938 Studies in the phylogeny of the Betulaceae. II. Extremes in the range of variation of floral and inflorescence morphology Bot. Gaz.99: 431–469
Abrams, L.1912 A New Californian Ceanothus Bot. Gaz.53: 68
Anderson, A. P.1897 Stomata on the bud scales of Abies Pectinata Bot. Gaz.294–295
Arber, A.1923 Leaves of the Gramineae Bot. Gaz.76: 374–388
Arthur, J. C.1880 The stem of pumpkin for illustrating plant histology Bot. Gaz.5(11): 133–135
Asay, K. H., C. Hsiao & D. R. Dewey.1987 Intergeneric hybrids and amphiploids between Pseudoroegneria spicata and Critesion violaceum Bot. Gaz.148: 123–129
Ash, S. & W. D. Tidwell1986 Arnoldia kuesii, new genus, new species, a new juvenile fern-like plant from the lower Permian of New Mexico, USA Bot. Gaz.147: 236–242
Avishai, M. & D. ZOHARY.1977 Chromosomes in the Oncocylus Irises. Bot. Gaz.138: 5 502–5 1 1.
Bailey, L.H.1884 Notes on Carex.–I. & II. Bot. Gaz.9(8): 117–122; 9(9): 137–141
Bailey, L.H.1885 Notes on Carex. III Bot. Gaz.10(1): 203–208
Barclay, B. D.1931 Origin and development of tissues in stem of Selaginella wildenovii Bot. Gaz.91: 452–461
Barnes, C. R.1889 Notes on North American mosses. I Bot. Gaz.14: 44–45
Bartoo, D. R.1929 Origin and development of tissues in root of Schizaea rupestris Bot. Gaz.87: 642–652
Bartoo, D. R.1930 Origin of tissues of Schizaea pusilla Bot. Gaz.89: 137–153
Bebb, M. S.1882 Salix flavescens Bot. Gaz.7–8: 129
Bessey, C. E.1896 Distribution of Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi in Nebraska Bot. Gaz.22: 245
Blake, S. F.1922 New South American Asteraceae collected by E. W. D. Holway Bot. Gaz.74(4): 414–430
Bonamo, P. M., H. P. Banks & J. D. Grierson1988 Leclercqia, Haskinsia, and the role of leaves in the delineation of Devonian lycopod genera Bot. Gaz.149: 222–239
Bonamo, P. M., H. P. Banks & J. D. Grierson1988 Leclerqia, Haskinsia, and the role of leaves in delineation of Devonian lycopod genera Bot. Gaz.149: 222–239
Brack-Hanes, S. D.1978 On the megagametophytes of two lepidodendracean cones Bot. Gaz.139: 140–146
Brown, J. T. & C. R. Robison1974 Diettertia montanensis, gen. et sp. nov., a fossil moss from the Lower Cretaceous Kootenai Formation of Montana Bot. Gaz.135: 170–173
Brown, W. V.1952 The relation of soil moisture to cleistogamy in Stipa leucotricha Bot. Gaz.113(4): 438–444
Brown, W. V.1958 Leaf anatomy in grass systematics Bot. Gaz.119: 170–178
Browne, I. M.1922 Anatomy of Equisetum giganteum Bot. Gaz.73: 447–468
Browne, I. M.1939 Anatomy of the aerial axes of Equisetum kansanum Bot. Gaz.101: 35–50
Buell, M.1935 Seed and Seedling of Acorus calamus Bot. Gaz.96: 758–765
BURSON, B. L.1981 Genome relations among four diploid Paspalum species. Bot. Gaz.142(4): 592–596
BURSON, B. L.1985 Cytology of Paspalum chacoence and P. durifolium and their relationship to P. dilatatum. Bot. Gaz.146(1): 124–129
BURSON, B. L.1991 Genome relationships between tetraploid and hexaploid biotypes of dallisgrass, Paspalum dilatatum Bot. Gaz.152(2): 219–223
Cable, D. R.1971 Growth and development of Arizona cottontop (Trichachne californica [Benth.] Chase) Bot. Gaz.132(2): 119–145
Caldwell, O. W.1899 The life-history of Lemna minor Bot. Gaz.27: 37–66
Cardot, J.1900 New or unrecorded mosses of North America Bot. Gaz.30: 12–24
Cardot, J.1907 New or unrecorded mosses of North America Bot. Gaz.37: 363–382
Chamberlain, C. J.1917 Prothallia and sporelings of the three New Zealand species of Lycopodium Bot. Gaz.63(1): 51–65
Chandler, H.1907 Notes on two California Nemophilas Bot. Gaz.44:381–382
Chapman, A. W.1878 An enumeration of some plants - chiefly from the semi-tropical regions of Florida - which are either new, or which have not hitherto been recorded as belonging to the flora of the southern states. Bot. Gaz.3: 2–6, 9–12, 17–21
Chapple, C. C. S. & R. L. Peterson1987 Root structure in the fern Platycerium bifurcatum (Cav.) C. Chr. (Polypodiaceae) Bot. Gaz.148: 180–187
Chase, A.1908 Notes on cleistogamy of grasses Bot. Gaz.45: 135–136
Chase, A.1916 The structure of spikelets of Aphanelytrum Bot. Gaz.61: 340–343
Chrysler, M. A.1911 Is Ophioglossum palmatum anomalous? Bot. Gaz.52: 151–153
Church, G. L.1929 Meiotic phenomena in certain Gramineae II. Paniceae and Andropogoneae Bot. Gaz.88: 63–89
Cichan, M. A.1985 Vascular cambium and wood development in Carboniferous plants II. Sphenophyllum plurifoliatum (Sphenophyllales) Bot. Gaz.146: 395–403
Cichan, M. A. & T. N. Taylor1983 A systematic and developmental analysis of Arthropitys deltoides sp. nov. Bot. Gaz.144: 285–294
Clark, J. F.1899 On the Toxic Effort of Deleterious Agents on the Germination snd Development of Certain Filamentous Fungi Bot. Gaz.28: 289–327;378–404
Clendenin, I.1895 Synchytrium on Geranium Carolinianum Bot. Gaz.20: 29–30
Copeland, E.B.1901 Meissner on evergreen needles Bot. Gaz.32(5): 356–359
Copeland, E.B.1902 Two fern monstrosities Bot. Gaz.34: 143–144
Copeland, E.B.1902 Haberlandt's new organ on Conocephalus Bot. Gaz.33(4): 300–308
Coulter, J. M.1886 Revision of North American Hypericaceae. I & II> Bot. Gaz.78–88; 106–112
Coulter, J. M.1887 Notes on Umbelliferae of E. United States Bot. Gaz.12: 12–16, 102–104, 134–138, 157–160, 261–264
Coulter, J. M.1891 Some new Solanaceae from Guatemala Bot. Gaz.16(5): 144–145
Coulter, J. M.1891 New or noteworthy Compositae from Guatemala Bot. Gaz.16(4): 95–102
Coulter, J. M.1895 New or noteworthy Compositae from Guatemala Bot. Gaz.20(2): 41–53
Coulter, J. M. & J. N. Rose1890 A new genus of Umbelliferae Bot. Gaz.15(1): 15–16, t. 2
Coulter, J. M. & J. N. Rose1893 Notes on North American Umbelliferae Bot. Gaz.18: 54–56, t. 5
Coulter, J. M. & J. N. Rose1895 Deanea, a new genus of Umbelliferae from Mexico Bot. Gaz.20(8): 372–273, t. 27
Coulter, J. M. & J. N. Rose.1890 Notes on North American Umbelliferae. II Bot. Gaz.15(10): 259–261
Cousens, M. I.1981 Blechnum spicant: habitat and vigor of optimal, marginal, and disjunct populations, and field observations of gametophytes Bot. Gaz.142: 251–258
Crooks, D.1933 Histological and Regenerative Studies on the Flax Seedling Bot. Gaz.V95, pp 207–239
Crowder, L. V.1956 Morphological and cytological studies in tall Fescue (Festuca Arundinacea Schreb.) and meadow Fescue (F. elatior L.) Bot. Gaz.March 214–222
Danforth, C. H.1908 Notes on numerical variation in the daisy Bot. Gaz.46: 349–356
Datta, P. C. & P. SAMANTA.1974 Relation between petiole vasculature and karyotypic differences in chromosomal biotypes of Adhatoda vasica Nees. Bot. Gaz.135: 269–275.
Daubenmire, R.1972 Standing crops and primary production in sabanna derived from semideciduous forest in Costa Rica. Bot. Gaz.133(4): 395–401
de Boer, M. J. M.1990 The relationship between cell division pattern and global shape of young fern gametophytes. II. Morphogenesis of heart-shaped thalli Bot. Gaz.151(4): 435–439
de Boer, M. J. M. & M. d. Does1990 The relationship between cell division pattern and global shape of young fern gametophytes. I. A model study Bot. Gaz.151(4): 423–434
de Candolle, C.1920 New species of Piper from Central America Bot. Gaz.70(3): 169–189
Deane, W.1884 Rudbeckia hirta, L. Bot. Gaz.9: 98
Deane, W.1896 A new Viburnum from Missouri Bot. Gaz.166–167
Deane, W.1897 Viburnum demetrionis Bot. Gaz.p. 436
Dewey, D. R.1965 Morphology, cytology, and fertility of synthetic hybrids of Agropyron spicatum X Agropyron dasystachyum-riparium. Bot. Gaz.126: 269–275
Dewey, D. R.1969 Trispecies hybrids of Agropyron, Elymus, and Sitanion. Bot. Gaz.130(3): 203–213
Dewey, D. R.1969 Synthetic hybrids of Agropyron caespitosum X Agropyron spicatum, Agropyron caninum, and Agropyron yezoense. Bot. Gaz.130: 110–116
Dewey, D. R.1970 Hybrids of South American Elymus agropyroides with Agropyron caespitosum@, A. subsecundum and Sitanion hystrix Bot. Gaz.131(3): 210–216
Dewey, D. R.1972 Genome analysis of South American Elymus patagonicus and its hybrids with two North American and two Asian Agropyron species Bot. Gaz.133(4): 436–443
Dewey, D. R.1974 Cytogenetics of Elymus sibiricus and its hybrids with Agropyron tauri, Elymus canadensis, and Agropyron caninum. Bot. Gaz.135: 80–87
Dewey, D. R.1975. Genome relations of diploid Agropyron libanoticum with diploid and autotetraploid Agropyron stipifolium. Bot. Gaz.136: 116–121.
Dewey, D. R.1976 Cytogenetics of Agropyron pringlei and its hybrids with A. spicatum, A. scriboeri, A. violaccum and A. dasystachyum. Bot. Gaz.137: 179–185.
Dewey, D. R.1977 Genome relations of South American Agropyron tilcarense with North American and Asian Agropyron species. Bot. Gaz.138: 369–375.
Dewey, D. R.1977 Genome relations of South American Agropyron tilcarense with North American and Asian Agropyron species Bot. Gaz.138(3): 369–375
Dewey, D. R.1978 Advanced-generation hybrids between Elymus giganteus and E. angustus. Bot. Gaz.139: 369–376.
Dewey, D. R.1978. Advanced-generation hybrids between Elymus giganteus and E. angustus. Bot. Gaz.139: 369–376.
Dewey, D. R.1979a Cytogenetics, mode of pollination and genome structure of Agropyron mutabile. Bot. Gaz.140: 216–222.
Dewey, D. R.1980 Cytogenetics of Agropyron uganicum and six of its interspecific hybrids. Bot. Gaz.141: 305–312.
Dewey, D. R.1980b Cytogenetics of Agropyron drobovii and five of its interspecific hybrids. Bot. Gaz.141:469–478
Dickison, W.C.1987 Leaf and nodal anatomy and systematics of Staphyleaceae. Bot. Gaz.148(4): 475–489
Donnell Smith, J.1888 Undescribed plants from Guatemala. V Bot. Gaz.13(11): 299–300
Donnell Smith, J.1888 Undescribed plants from Guatemala. II Bot. Gaz.13(2): 26–29
Donnell Smith, J.1888 Undescribed plants from Guatemala. III Bot. Gaz.13(4): 74–77
Donnell Smith, J.1888 Undescribed plants from Guatemala. IV Bot. Gaz.13(7): 188–190
Donnell Smith, J.1894 Undescribed plants from Guatemala and other central american republics. XIII Bot. Gaz.19: 255–266, t. 24–26
Donnell Smith, J.1895 Undescribed plants from Guatemala and other Central American republics. XVI Bot. Gaz.20(12): 538–546,
Donnell Smith, J.1895 Undescribed plants from Guatemala and other Central American republics. XIV Bot. Gaz.20(1): 1–11
Donnell Smith, J.1895 Undescribed plants from Guatemala and other Central American republics. XV Bot. Gaz.20(7): 281–295
Donnell Smith, J.1897 Undescribed plants from Guatemala and other Central American republics. XVII Bot. Gaz.23(1): 1–14
Donnell Smith, J.1897 Undescribed plants from Guatemala and other Central American republics. XVIII Bot. Gaz.23(4): 235–251
Donnell Smith, J.1904 Undescribed plants from Guatemala and other central American republics. XXVI Bot. Gaz.37(6): 417–423
Dubcovsky, J., M. A. Soria & A. Martínez1989 Karyotype analysis of the Patagonian Elymus Bot. Gaz.150: 462–468
Duncan, R. E.1943 Origin and development of embryos in certain apogamous forms of Dryopteris Bot. Gaz.105: 202–211
Eastman, A. & R. L. Peterson1985 Root apex structure in Regnellidium diphyllum (Marsileaceae) Bot. Gaz.146: 44–55
 
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