5 edition of Comparison of subtidal benthic macrophyte communities in wave-exposed and wave-sheltered habitats off the coasts of three cays near Andros Island, Bahamas found in the catalog.
Typescript (photocopy)Thesis (M.S.)--Miami University, Dept. of Botany, 1995Includes bibliographical references (leaves 36-39)
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Proceedings on the 1st symposium of the botany of the Bahamas.all non-types of West Indian Orchidaceae. An illustrated guide to common plants of San Salvador Island, Bahamas, 3rd edition. In 1980 Donovan Cornell asked if he could come over to Forfar and join the course for a few days. Taxonomic notes on the Centrosema pubescens Bentham complex in Central America Leguminosae: Phaseolae: Clitoriinae.
Late Holocene climate change and human disturbance on Andros Island, Bahamas. Recombination in species of Erythrina L.
The Oxford handbook of Caribbean archaeology. Oxford University Press, New York. la started a project looking at root parasitism in the genus Schoepfia White Wooda hemiparasite in the Olacaceae.
The Explorer 29 15 : 16-30. In 2005 Kass documented Northrop's type specimens for the Bahamas.
and some related taxa in Gentianales: a multidisciplinary approach. Contact: Siwert Nilsson, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Palynological Laboratory, Box 50007, S-104-05, Stockholm, Sweden. Exploring the molecular phylogeny and biogeography of Pleopeltis polypodioides Polypodiaceae, Polypodiales inferred from plastid DNA sequences. A review of the West Indian species of Polystichum, pp. Combined and separate analyses of morphological and molecular data in the plant family Rubiaceae.
In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee eds. The Bahama flora, Published by the authors, New York. They also are less dense, less rich in species, lower in species diversity, and have more trees with a low-branched or multiple-stemmed growth form. Columbia University Press, New York. Bahamas Naturalist and Journal of Science 2 1 : 18-20. Proceedings of the 1st symposium of the botany of the Bahamas.
New Cuban green alga Botryococcaceae, Chlorellales. -- a search for Copernicia ekmanii and Attalea crassispatha.