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SBBG Publications & Reports

The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden’s support for research extends back into the 1940s.  Early publications on the Trees of Santa Barbara (Van Rensselaer), as well as plant chromosomal structure (Walters) and plant anatomy (Moseley), contributed to the public appreciation of plants around us and to the scientific understanding of plant function.  During the 1950s and 1960s the Garden provided facilities and field support for the fledgling campus that would grow into the University of California at Santa Barbara. Since that time, researchers on the Garden’s staff and others utilizing the Garden’s facilities and grounds have published over 300 contributions to the scientific literature.

The following bibliography includes publications of the staff of the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden as well as publications that were directly facilitated by the Garden.

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2012:

Books and Book Chapters:

Baldwin, B., D. Goldman, D. Keil, R. Patterson, T. Rosatti, and D. Wilken (eds.). 2012. The Jepson Manual, 2nd Edition. 1568 Pages. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Muller, R. N.  In press.  Nutrient Relations of the Herbaceous Layer in Deciduous Forest Ecosystems. in F. S. Gilliam and M. R. Roberts (eds.). Ecology of the Herbaceous Layer of Forests of Eastern North America. 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2012. Monocot xylem revisited: new information, new paradigms. The Botanical Review 78:1-67.

2011:

Journal Articles:

Burge, D.O., D. M. Erwin, M. B. Islam, J. Kellermann, S. S. Kembel, P. S. Manos, and D. H. Wilken. 2011.  Diversification of Ceanothus (Rhamnaceae) in the California Floristic Province. International Journal of Plant Science 172:1137-1164.

Carlquist, S. and Edward L. Schneider. 2011. Equisetum xylem: SEM studies and their implications. American Fern Journal 101:133-141.

Gallo, T. and S. Windhager. 2011. Accepting ‘The New Normal? Not so fast... Conservation Magazine, Spring 2011.

Haller, J. R. and N J. Vivrette. 2011. Ponderosa pine revisited. Aliso 29:53-57.

McEwan, R. W. and R. N. Muller. 2011. Dynamics, diversity and resource gradient relationships in the herbaceous layer of an old-growth Appalachian forest. Plant Ecology 212:1179-1191.

Simmons, M., M. Bertelsen, S. Windhager, and H. Zafian. 2011. The performance of native and non-native turfgrass monocultures and native turfgrass polycultures: An ecological approach to sustainable lawns. Ecological Engineering 37:1095-1103.

Symposium Proceedings:

McEachern, K. and D. Wilken. 2011. Nine endangered taxa, one recovering ecosystem: Identifying common ground for recovery on Santa Cruz IslandCalifornia. Proceedings of the CNPS Conservation Conference, Pages 162-167, California Native Plant Society.  Click to download PDF

Wilken, D. and K. McEachern. 2011. Experimental reintroduction of the federally endangered Santa Cruz Island bush mallow (Malacothamnus fasciculatus var. nesioticus). Proceedings of the CNPS Conservation Conference, Pages 410-418, California Native Plant Society.  Click to download PDF

2010:

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2010. Caryophyllales: a key group for understanding wood anatomy character states and their evolution. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 164:342–393.

Carlquist, S. and E. L. Schneider. 2010. Origins and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 11. primary xylem microstructure, with examples from Zingiberales. International Journal of Plant Sciences 171:258-266.

Origins and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 12. Pit membrane microstructure diversity in tracheary elements of Astelia. Pacific Science 64:607-618.

Muller, R. N. and C. Bornstein. 2010. Maintaining the diversity of California’s municipal forests. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 36:18-27.

Porter, J. M., L. Johnson, and D. Wilken. 2010. Phylogenetic systematics of Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae): relationships and divergence times estimated from chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences. Systematic Botany 35: 181-200.

Windhager, S., F. Steiner, M. Simmons, and D. Heymann. 2010. Towards ecosystem services as a basis for design. Landscape Journal 29:107-123.

Technical Reports:

Muller, R. and S. Junak.  2010.  Final Report for 2009-2010 Sensitive Plant Species on Target Areas at Naval Air Facility El Centro, El Centro, California.  Report prepared for U.S. Navy.  Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA.  58 Pages.

2009:

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2009. Darwin on island plants. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 161:20–25.

Carlquist, S. 2009. Non-random vessel distribution in woods: patterns, modes, diversity, correlations. Aliso 27:39-58.

Carlquist, S. 2009. Xylem heterochrony:an unappreciated key to angiosperm origin and diversifications. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society  161:26–65.

Carlquist, S. and E. L. Schneider. 2009. Distinctive tracheid microstructure in stems of Victoria and Euryale (Nymphaeaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 159:52–57.

Carlquist, S. and E. L. Schneider. 2009. Do tracheid microstructure and the presence of minute crystals link Nymphaeaceae, Cabombaceae and Hydatellaceae? Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 159:572–582.

Schneider, E. L., S. Carlquist, and C. B. Hellquist. 2009. Microstructure of tracheids of Nymphaea. International Journal of Plant Sciences 170:457-466.

Carlquist, S. and E. L. Schneider. 2009. Xylem of early angiosperms: novel microstructure in stem tracheids of Barclaya (Nymphaeaceae). Aquatic Botany 91:61–66.

Carlquist, S.,  E. L. Schneider, and C. B. Hellquist. 2009. Xylem of early angiosperms: Nuphar (Nymphaeaceae) has novel tracheid microstructure. American Journal of Botany 96:207-215.

Symposium Proceedings:

Drost, C. and S. Junak.  2009.  Colonizers, Waifs, and Stowaways:Arrival of New Plant Species on Santa Barbara Island over a 30-Year Period.  Pages 215-228 in D. Garcelon and C. Damiani (eds).  Proceedings of the Seventh California Islands Symposium, Oxnard, California, February 5-8, 2008.  Institute for Wildlife Studies, Arcata, CA.

Technical Reports:

Wilken, D., R. Muller, and S. Junak. 2009.  Threatened and Endangered Plant Surveys: La Graciosa thistle (Cirsium loncholepis), beach layia (Layia carnosa), marsh sandwort (Arenaria paludicola), and Gambel’s watercress (Nasturtium gambelii). Report to Luanne Lum, Botanist, AFSPC 30 CES/CEVNN, Vandenberg Air Force Base. 32 Pages + GIS files, images, Appendices.

2008:

Books:

Junak, S. 2008.  A Flora of San Nicolas Island, California, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA; 235 Pages

Technical Reports:

Wilken, D., R. Muller, and S. Junak. 2008.  Threatened and Endangered Plant Surveys: La Graciosa thistle (Cirsium loncholepis), a federally endangered species.  Report to Luanne Lum, Botanist, AFSPC 30 CES/CEVNN, Vandenberg Air Force Base. 13 Pages + GIS files, Appendices.

2007:

Books and Book Chapters:

Junak, S., D. Knapp, J.R. Haller, R. Philbrick, A. Schoenherr, and T. Keeler-Wolf.  2007.  The California Channel Islands; Pages 229-252 in M. Barbour, T. Keeler-Wolf, and A. Schoenherr (Editors). Terrestrial Vegetation of California(Third Edition). University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2007. Successive cambia in Aizoaceae: products and process.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 153:141-155.

Carlquist, S. 2007.  Bordered pits in ray cells and axial parenchyma: the histology of conduction, storage, and strength in living wood cells. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 153:157-168.

Carlquist, S. and E. L. Schneider. 2007. Origin and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 9. Sansevieria.  South African Journal of Botany 73:196-203.

Carlquist, S., J. A. Rosell, M. E. Olson, and R. Aguire-Hernandez. 2007. Logistic regression in comparative wood anatomy: tracheid types, wood anatomical terminology, and new inferences from the Carlquist and Hoekman southern Californian data set.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 154:331-351.

Carlquist, S. and E.L. Schneider  2007.  Tracheary elements in ferns: new techniques, observations, and concepts.  American Fern Journal  97:199-211.

Carlquist, S. 2007. Wood anatomy of Crossosomatales: patterns of wood evolution with relation to phylogeny and ecology.  Aliso 24:1-18.

Carlquist, S. 2007. Successive cambia revisited: ontogeny, histology, diversity, and functional significance.  Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 134:301-332.

Carlquist, S. and E. L. Schneider. 2007. Tracheary elements in ferns: new techniques, observations, and concepts. American Fern Journal 97:25-37.

Carlquist, S., Edward L. Schneider, and C. B. Hellquist.  2007.  Early Stages in Angiosperm Evolution: Nuphar (Nymphaeaceae). American Journal of Botany 96:207-15.

Carlquist, S., E.L. Schneider, and K.F. Kenneally. Origins and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 10. Boryaceae: xeromorphic xylem construction in a resurrection plant. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 91:13-20.

Luna-Mendoza, L., A. Aguirre, B. Keitt, S. Junak, and B. Henry. 2007.  The Restoration of GuadalupeIsland, Revisited.  Fremontia 35:14-17.

Schneider, E. L., S. Carlquist, and J. G. Chemnick. 2007.  Scanning electron microscope studies of cycad tracheids.  South African Journal of Botany 73:512-517.

2006:

Books and Book Chapters:

Fross, D. and D. Wilken. 2006. Ceanothus: in the Landscape and the Wild. Timber Press, Portland, Oregon. 272 Pages

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2006. Asteropeia and Physena (Caryophyllales): a case study in comparative wood anatomy. Brittonia 58:301-313.

Ryan W. McEwan and Robert N. Muller. 2006. Spatial and temporal dynamics in canopy dominance of an old-growth central Appalachian forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:1536–1550.

Newman, G. S., M. A. Arthur, and R. N. Muller. 2006. Above- and belowground net primary production in a temperate mixed deciduous forest. Ecosystems 9:317-329.

Schneider, E. L., & S. Carlquist. 2006. Origins and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 8. Orchidaceae.  American Journal of Botany 93:963-971.

Wilken, D. 2006. Hulsea. Flora of North America. 21:396-400.

Technical Reports:

Junak, S. and R. Muller. 2006.  Distribution of Selected Invasive Plant Species on Commander Navy Region Southwest Installations in Central and Southern California. Technical Report 7. Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA; 77 Pages

Junak, S. 2006.  Sensitive Plant Status Survey, San Clemente Island, California. Technical Report 8.  Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA.  176 Pages

Gevirtz, E., J. Jackson, S. Junak et al.  2006.  Alternative Access Study: Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area.  Condor Environmental Planning Services, Santa Barbara, CA. 317 Pages.

2005:

Symnposium Proceedings:

Junak, S., B. Keitt, B. Tershy, D. Croll, L. Luna-Mendoza, A. and A. Aguirre-Munoz. 2005. Recent Conservation Efforts and Notes on the Current Status of the Flora of Guadalupe Island, Baja California, Mexico. Pages 83-93 in K. Santos del Prado and E. Peters (Editors). Isla Guadalupe: Restauracion y Conservacion. Instituto Nacional de Ecologia, Mexico, D.F.

Journal Articles:

 Carlquist, S. 2005. Wood and bark anatomy of Muntingiaceae: a phylogenetic comparison within Malvales s.l. Brittonia 57:59-67.

 Carlquist, S.  2005. Origins and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 7. Haemodoraceae and Philydraceae. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132:377-383.

 Carlquist, S. 2005. Wood anatomy of Krameriaceae with comparisons with Zygophyllaceae: phylesis, ecology, and systematics. Botanical Journal Linnean Society 149:257-27.

Carlquist, S. and Jason R. Grant. 2005. Wood antomy of Gentianaceae, tribe Helieae in relation to ecology, habit, systematics, and sample diameter. Brittonia 57:276-291.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider.  2005. Vestigial pit membrane remnants in perforation plates and helical thickenings in vessels of Ericaceae.  Nordic Journal of Botany 23:353-363.

Keitt, B., S. Junak, L. Luna-Mendoza, and A. Aguirre. 2005.  The Restoration of GuadalupeIsland.  Fremontia 33:20-25.

McEwan, R. W., R. N. Muller and B. C. McCarthy. 2005. Vegetation-environment relationships among woody species in four canopy-layers in an old-growth mixed mesophytic forest. Castanea 70:32–46.

McEwan, R. W., R. D. Paratley, R. N. Muller, and C. L. Riccardi. 2005. The vascular flora of an old-growth mixed mesophytic forest in southeastern Kentucky. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132:618-627.

Schneider, E. L., & S. Carlquist. 2005. Origin and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 6. Hanguana (Hanguanaceae). Pacific Science 59:393-398.

Schneider, E. L. and S. Carlquist. 2005.  Origin and nature of vessels in Moncotyledons. 7. Philydraceae and Haemodoraceae. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132:377-383.

Wilken, D. and J. Mark Porter. 2005. Polemoniaceae of Arizona. Canotia 1:1-37.

2004:

Books and Book Chapters:

Wilken, D. 2004. Polemoniaceae. Pages 300-312, in Kubitzki, K. The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants of the World. Volume VI.

Wilken, D. 2004. Polemoniaceae. Pages 304-306 in N. Smith, S. A. Mori, A. Henderson, D. W. Stevenson, S. V. Heald (eds.), Flowering Plants of the neotropics. PrincetonUniversity Press, Princeton, New Jersey. 594 Pages

Wilken, D. 2004. Polemoniaceae. Pages 300-312 in K. Kubitzki (ed). The families and genera of vascular plants of the world. Volume VI. Springer Verlag, Berlin. 489 Pages

Wilken, D. 2004. Options for managing park natural history collecting and collections. Pages 395-397 in D. Harmon, B. Kilgore, and G. Vietzke (eds.). Protecting our diverse heritage:the role of parks, protected areas, and cultural sites. The George Wright Society, Hancock Michigan.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2004. Lateral meristems, successive cambia and their products: a reinterpretation based on roots and stems of Nyctaginaceae. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 146:129-143.

Carlquist, Sherwin. 2004. Wood and bark anatomy of Myricaceae: relationships, generic definitions, and ecological interpretations. Aliso 21:7-29.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2004. Vestigial pit membrane remnants in perforation plates and helical thickenings in vessels of Ericaceae. Nordic Jouranl of Botany 23:353-363

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2004.  Pit membrane remnants and other vessel details of Clethraceae: primitive features in wood of Ericales.  International Journal of Plant Science.  165:369-376.

Carlquist, S., and E. L. Schneider. 2004. Pit membrane remnants in perforation plates of Hydrangeales with comments on pit membrane remnant occurrence, physiological significance, and phylogenetic significance in dicotyledons.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 146:41-51.

Schneider, E. L., and S. Carlquist. 2004.  Pit membrane remnants in perforation plates and other vessel details of Cornales. Brittonia 56:275-283.

Schneider, E. L., & S. Carlquist. 2004. Perforation plate pit membrane remnants in vessels of Sarraceniaceae: possible indicators of relationship and ecology. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 13:1-7.

Whittall, J, B., C. B. Hellquist, E. Schneider, Scott A. Hodges.  2004.  Cryptic species in an endangered pondweed community (Potamogeton-Potamogetonaceae) revealed by AFLP markers. American Journal of Botany 91:2022-2029.

2003:

Books and Book Chapters:

Carlquist, S., B. G. Baldwin, and G. D. Carr, eds. 2003.  Tarweeds and silverswords.  Evolution of the Madiinae.  xiv + 294 p.  Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis. 

Kadono, Y. and E. L. Schneider. 2003. The Ecology of Euryale ferox Salib. in Japan. Pages 32-37 in V. Jha and Mishra, editors, The Biology and Cultivation of Makhana (Eurayle ferox Salisbury.  Directorate of Information and Publications of Agriculture.  Indian Council of Agricultural Research.  Krishi Anusandhan Bhavan, Pusa, New Delhi.

Muller, R. N.  2003.  Nutrient Relations of the Herbaceous Layer in Deciduous Forest Ecosystems. Chapter 2. Pages 15-37. in F. S. Gilliam and M. R. Roberts, eds.  Ecology of the Herbaceous Layer of Forests of Eastern North America.  Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2003. Wood anatomy and successive cambia in Simmondsia (Simmondsiaceae): evidence for inclusion in Caryophyllales (s. 1.) Madroño 49:158–164.

Carlquist, S. 2003. Wood anatomy of Aextoxicaceae and Berberidopsidaceae is compatible with their inclusion in Berberidopsidales. Systematic Botany 28:317-325.

Carlquist, S. 2003. Wood anatomy of Polygonaceae:familial relationships: analysis of a family with exceptional wood diversity. Botanical  Journal of the Linnean Society 141:25-51.

Carlquist, S. 2003. Wood and stem anatomy of woody Amaranthaceae (s. s.): ecology, systematics, and the problems of defining rays in dicotyledons. Botanical  Journal of the Linnean Society:Submitted.

Carlquist, S., and T. K. Lowrey. 2003. Wood anatomy of Hawaiian Tetramolopium. Pacific Science 57:171-179.

Muller, R. N.  2003.  Landscape patterns of change in coarse woody debris accumulation in an old-growth deciduous forest on the Cumberland Plateau, southeastern Kentucky.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33:763-769.

Schneider, E. L., and S. Carlquist. 2003.  Perforation plate diversity in Illlicium floridanum (Illiciaceae) with respect to organs, provenance, and microtechnical methods.  Sida 20:1047-1057.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist.  2003.  Unusual pit membrane remnants in perforation plates of Cyrillaceae. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 130:225-230.

Schneider, E., S. Tucker, and P. S. Williamson. 2003. Morphological Studies of the Nymphaeaceae XXIV.  Floral development in Nymphaeales. International Journal of Plant Science 164:S279-S292 .

Tucker, S. C. 2003. Floral development in legumes. Plant Physiology 131:1-17.

Tucker, S. C. 2003. Unidirectional initiation from the adaxial side of the flower in Julbernardia and Sindora (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae: Detarieae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 164:275-286.

Tucker, S. C. 2003. Floral ontogeny in Swartzia Leguminosae: Papilionoideae: Swartzieae): occurrence, variation and role of the ring meristem in development.  American Journal of Botany 90:1271-1292.

Technical Report:

Junak, S. 2003.  Distribution of Selected Invasive Plant Species on San Clemente Island, California. Technical Report 6.  Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA.  13 Pages

Wilken, D. 2003.  Monitoring plan for purple amole (Chlorogalum purpureum var. purpureum) on CampRoberts.  Environmental Division, California National Guard, CampRoberts. 14 Pages.

2002:

Books and Book Chapters:

Wilken, D. 2002. Taxonomic treatments in Baldwin et al. (eds.), The Jepson Desert Manual. University of California Press, Berkeley. 2002. as follows: Selaginella, Anacardiaceae, Asteraceae (Hulsea), Boraginaceae in part (6 genera with W. Kelley or R. Kelley), Caryophyllaceae (Silene), Chenopodiaceae in part (16 genera and Atriplex with D. Taylor), Hydrophyllaceae (Phacelia with R. Halse and R. Patterson), Lamiaceae in part (9 genera), Oleaceae, Polemoniaceae (3 genera and Phlox with R. Patterson), Portulacaceae (Calyptridium with W. Kelley), Ranunculaceae in part (6 genera), Rosaceae (2 genera), Tamaricaceae, Ulmaceae, Verbenaceae, Orchidaceae with W. Jennings, and Poaceae in part (16 genera, Bromus and Deschampsia with E. Painter).

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2002. Wood and bark anatomy of Salvadoraceae: ecology, relationships, histology of interxylary phloem. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 129:10-20.

Carlquist, S.  2002. Wood and bark anatomy of Myricaceae: relationships, generic definitions, and ecological interpretations. Aliso 21:7-29.

Carlquist, S.  2002. Wood anatomy and successive cambia in Simmondsia (Simmondsiaceae): evidence for inclusion in Caryophyllales (s. l.) Madroño 49:158-164.

Carlquist, S., and E. Schneider. 2002. The tracheid-vessel element transition in angiosperms involves multiple independent features: cladistic consequences. American Journal of Botany 89:185-195.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2002. Vessel origin from tracheids in angiosperms involves multiple independent features: cladistic consequences. American Journal of Botany 89:185-195.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2002. Vessels of Illicium (Illiciaceae): range of pit membrane remnant presence in perforations and other vessel details. International Journal of Plant Sciences 163:755-763.

Symposium Proceedings:

Junak, S. and R. Philbrick. 2002. Flowering Plants of Natividad Island, Baja California, Mexico. Pages 224-234 in D. Browne, K. Mitchell, and H. Chaney, editors. Proceedings of the FifthCaliforniaIslands Symposium. U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service.

Junak, S. and R. Philbrick. 2002. Flowering Plants of the San Benito Islands, Baja California, Mexico. Pages 235-246 in D. Browne, K. Mitchell, and H. Chaney, editors. Proceedings of the FifthCaliforniaIslands Symposium. U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service.

Wilken, D. and E. Schneider. 2002. Research in Conservation Biology at the Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden: An Integrated Approach. Proceedings of the 5th International Botanic Gardens Conservation Congress. Cape Town, South Africa. 2002.

Technical Reports:

Junak, S. 2002. Exotic Plant Survey, Outlying Landing Field, SanNicolasIsland, California. Technical Report 4. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA. 145 Pages

Junak, S. 2002.  Sensitive Plant Survey, Outlying Landing Field, SanNicolasIsland, California. Technical Report 5. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA. 97 Pages

Whittall, J. C., B. Hellquist, and E. Schneider. 2002. Monitoring the Little Aguja Pondweed (Potamogeton clystocarpus):Distribution, Morphology and Taxonomic Status in a Diverse Pondweed Community.  Technical Report.

2001:

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 2001. Observations on the vegetative anatomy of Austrobaileya: habital, organographic, and phylogenetic conclusions. Botanical Journal Linnean Society 135:1-11.

Carlquist, S. 2001. Wood anatomy of Fouquieriaceae in relation to habit, ecology, and systematics; nature of meristems in wood and bark. Aliso 19:137-163.

Carlquist, S. 2001. Wood anatomy of the woody Asteraceae of St Helena I.: evolutionary significance. Botanical Journal Linnean Society 137:197-210.

Carlquist, S. 2001. Wood and stem anatomy of Rhabdodendraceae is consistent with placement in Caryophyllales.1. International Association of Wood Anatomists  Journal 22:171-181.

Carlquist, S., and M. Olson. 2001. Wood anatomy of Moringa (Moringaceae) with relation to habit, ecology, and systematics. Botanical Journal Linnean Society 135:315-348.

Carlquist, S., and R. B. Miller. 2001. Wood anatomy of Corynocarpaceae is consistent with placement in Cucurbitales. Systematic Botany 26:54-65.

Carlquist, S., and E. Schneider. 2001. Vegetative anatomy of Amborella: new data; implications for relationships and for vessel origin and definition. Pacific Science 55:305-312.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2001. Vegetative anatomy of the New Caledonian endemic Amborella trichopoda: relationships with the Illiciales and implications for vessel origin. Pacific Science 55:305-312.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2001. Vessels in Ferns:Structural, Ecological, and Evolutionary Significance. American Journal of Botany (Special Invited Paper) 88:1-13.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 2001. SEM Studies of vessels in Saururaceae. International Association of Wood Anatomists 22:183-192.

Wilken, D. 2001. A new Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae) from the southwest USA and adjacent Mexico. Madrono 48:116-122.

Technical Reports:

Junak, S. 2001.  Distribution of Native Cacti (Opuntia sPages) and Boxthorn (Lycium californicum) on San Nicolas Island, California. Technical Report 3. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA. 52 Pages

Wilken, D. and T. Wardlaw. 2001. Ecological and life history characteristics of Ventura Marsh Milkvetch (Astragalus pycnostachyus var. lanosissimus) and their implications for recovery. Prepared for:M. Meyer, Plant Ecologist, SouthCoast Region, Department of Fish and Game.  Funded by USFWS, Section 6, Contract No. P995002.

2000:

Journal Articles:

Barrett, S., D. Wilken, and W. Cole. 2000. Heterostyly in the Lamiaceae: the case of Salvia brandegeei. Plant Systematics and Evolution. 223:211-219.

Breuss, O. and C. Bratt. 2000. Catapyrenioid lichens in California. The Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 7:37-43.

Carlquist, S. 2000. Wood anatomy, stem anatomy, and cambial activity of Barbeuia (Caryophyllales). International Association of Wood Anatomists  Journal 20:31-41.

Carlquist, S. 2000. Wood and bark anatomy of Achatocarpaceae. Sida 19:71-78.

Carlquist, S. 2000. Wood and bark anatomy of Takhtajania (Winteraceae): phylogenetic and ecological implications. Annals of the MissouriBotanical Garden 87:317-322.

Carlquist, S. 2000. Wood and stem anatomy of phytolaccoid and rivinoid Phytolaccaceae (Carophyllales): ecology, systematics, nature of successive cambia. Aliso 19:13-29.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 2000. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 14. Ceratopteris. Aquatic Botany 66:1-8.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2000. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 16. Pacific Tree Ferns (Blechnaceae, Cyatheaceae, Dicksoniaceae). Pacific Science 54:75-86.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2000. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 18. Montane Cheilanthoid Ferns (Pteridaceae) of North America: Adaptations of fern xylem to xeric habitats. Aliso 19:31-39.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 2000. SEM studies on vessels in ferns. 19. Marsileaceae.  American Fern Journal 90:42-41 Carlquist, S., and E. Schneider. 2000. Wood and stem anatomy of Sarcobatus (Caryophyllales): systematic and ecological implications. Taxon 49:27-34.

Carlquist, S., E. Schneider, and C. Lamoureux. 2000. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns.  20. Hawaiian Hymenophyllaceae. Pacific Science 54:365-375.

Hayes, V., E. Schneider, and S. Carlquist. 2000. Floral Development of Nelumbo nucifera (Nelumbonaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 16:183-191.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 2000. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 17. Psilotaceae. American Journal of Botany 87:176-181.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 2000. SEM Studies on vessels of the heterophyllous species of Selaginella. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 127:263-270.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 2000. SEM Studies on Vessels of the homophyllous species of Selaginella. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161:967-974.

Symposium Proceedings:

Chess, K., K. McEachern, and D. Wilken. 2000. Island Jepsonia (Jepsonia malvifolia) Demography on Santa Rosa and Santa Cruz Islands, California. Pages 155-157 in D. Browne, K. Mitchell, and H. Chaney, editors. Proceedings of the FifthCaliforniaIslands Symposium. U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service.

Kaska, D., J. Bushakra, J. Levine, J. Cooper, S. Hodges, and D. Wilken. 2000. Reproduction in the paleoendemic island ironwood, Lyonothamnus floribundus. Pages 733-734 in Proceedings, 5th California Channel Islands Symposium (D.Browne, K. Mitchell, and H. Chaney, eds.), US Dept. of Interior, 749 Pages

Vivrette, N. 2000. Coastal Bluff Vegetation Change over 25 Years on Santa Cruz Island. Pages 141-142 in D. Browne, K. Mitchell, and H. Chaney, editors. Proceedings of the FifthCaliforniaIslands Symposium. U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service.

Technical Reports:

Wilken, D. 2000. Rare plant survey at Fort Hunter Liggett: purple amole (Chlorogalum purpureum), dwarf calycadenia (Calycadenia villosa), and Santa Lucia mint (Pogogyne clareana). Technical Report 2. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden, Santa Barbara, CA. 35 Pages + maps. Appendices.

1999:

Journal Articles:

Bratt, C. 1999. Additions to the Lichen Flora of San Clemente Island, California. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 6:19-21.

Carlquist, S. 1999. Wood and bark anatomy of Schisandraceae: implications for phylogeny, habit, and vessel evolution. Aliso 19:45-55.

Carlquist, S. 1999. Wood and stem anatomy of Stegnosperma (Caryophyllales); phylogenetic relationships; nature of lateral meristems and successive cambial activity. International Association of Wood Anatomists  Journal 20:149-163.

Carlquist, S. 1999. Wood anatomy of Agdestis (Caryophyllales): systematic position and nature of the successive cambia. Aliso 18:35-43.

Carlquist, S. 1999. Wood, stem, and root anatomy of Basellaceae with relation to systematics and cambial variants. Flora 194:1-12.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1999. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 8. Platyzoma. Australian Journal of Botany 47:277-282.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1999. SEM studies on vessels in ferns. 11. Ophioglossum. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 129:105-114.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1999. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 12. Marattiaceae, with Comments On Vessel Patterns in Eusporangiate Ferns. American Journal of Botany 86:457-464.

Carlquist, S. and R. B. Miller. 1999. Vegetative anatomy and relationships of Setchellanthus caeruleus (Setchellanthaceae). Taxon 48:289-302.

Carlquist, S., H. Tobe, and H. Iltis. 1999. Reproductive anatomy and relationships of Setchellanthus. Taxon 48:277-283.

Les, D. H., E. L. Schneider, D. J. Padgett, P. S. Solis, D. E. Soltis, and M. Zanis. 1999. Phylogeny, classification, and floral evolution of Water Lilies (Nymphaeaceae; Nymphaeales):a synthesis of non-molecular, rbc L, mat K, and 18S rDNA data. Systematic Botany 24:28-46.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1999. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 11. Ophioglossaceae. Botanical Journal Linnean Society 129:105-114.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1999. SEM studies on vessels in ferns.12. Marattiaceae, with comments on vessel patterns in eusporangiate ferns. American Journal of Botany 86:457-464.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1999. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 13. Nephrolepis. American Fern Journal 89:171-177.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1999. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 14. Ceratopteris. Aquatic Botany 66:1-8.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1999. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 15. Selected Rosette Epiphytes (Aspleniaceae, Elaphoglossaceae, Vittariaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 160:1013-1020.

Symposium Proceedings:

Wilken, D. and E. Schneider. 1999. Research in Conservation Biology at the Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden: An Integrated Approach. in Proceedings of the 5th International Botanic Gardens Conservation Congress. Cape Town, South Africa.

1998:

Books and Book Chapters:

Smith, C. 1998. A Flora of the Santa Barbara Region, California. Santa Barbara, CA.

Bratt, C. and T. L. Esslinger. 1998. The Heterodermia erinacea group in North America, and a remarkable new disjunct distribution. Pages 25-36 in M. G. Glenn, R. C. Harris, R. Dirig, and M. S. Cole, editors. Lichenographia Thomasiana: North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson. Mycotaxon, Ltd.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 1998. Wood anatomy of Caricaceae, with reference to  systematics and habit. International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal 19:191-206.

Carlquist, S. 1998. Wood anatomy of Wilkesia (Asteraceae) with relation to systematics, organography, and habit. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 125:261-267.

Carlquist, S. 1998. Wood anatomy of Dubautia  (Asteraceae: Madiinae) in relation to adaptive radiation. Pacific Scientist 52:356-368.

Carlquist, S. 1998. Wood and stem anatomy of Petiveria and Ravina (Caryophyllales). International Association of Wood Anatomists  Journal 19:383-391.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1998. Origins and Nature of Vessels in Monocotyledons. 3. Lowiaceae, with comments on Rhizome Anatomy. Blumea 43:219-224.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider  1998. Origins and nature of vessels in monocotyledons. 4. Araceae subfamily Philodendroideae. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 125:253-260.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1998. Origins and Nature of Vessels in Monocotyledons. 5. Araceae.  Subfamily Colocasioideae. Botanical Journal Linnean Society 128:71-86.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1998. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 5. Woodsia scopulina. American Fern Journal 88:17-23.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1998. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 6. Woodsia ilvensis with comments on vessel origin in ferns. Flora 193:179-185.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1998. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 7. Microgramma. Anales Anales del Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Ser. Bot. 69:1-7.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1998. SEM studies on vessels of ferns. 9. Dicranopteris (Gleicheniaceae) and vessel patterns in leptosporangiate ferns. American Journal of Botany 85:1028-1932.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1998. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns.  10. Osmundaceae and Schizaeaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences 159:788-797.

Carlquist, S., and M. L. DeVore. 1998. Wood anatomy of Calyceracaea, with reference to ecology, habitat, and systematic relationships. Aliso 17:63-76.

Junak, S. 1998. California's Channel Islands. Manzanita 2:6-7.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1998. Origins and nature of vessels in Monocotyledons. 4. Araceae.  Subfamily Philodendroideae. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 12:253-260.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1998. SEM Studies on Vessels in Ferns. 9. Dicranopteris (Gleicheniaceae) and vessel patterns in leptosporangiate ferns. American Journal of Botany 85:1028-1032.

Wilken, D. 1998. Daniel J. Crawford - Recipient of the Asa Gray Award. Systematic Botany 23:1-3.

Xu, X., E. Schneider, C. Zaremba, G. D. Stucky, and F. Wudl. 1998. Modification of the Semitransparent Prunus serrula Bark Film:Making Rubber out of Bark. Chemistry of Materials 10:3523-3527.

Symposium Proceedings:

Haller, J., S. Junak, and E. Schneider. 1998. The CaliforniaChannel Islands:A Continental Archipelago with a Remarkable Flora. Pages 18-22 in D. H. Touchel and K. W. Dixon, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth International Botanic Gardens Conservation Congress:Extended Abstracts of Posters. KingsPark and Botanic Garden.

Technical Reports:

Junak, S. and D. Wilken. 1998. Sensitive plant status survey, NALF San Clemente Island, California. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden Technical Report No. 1. Report to Natural Resources Division, US Navy, NALF San Clemente Island.

1997:

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 1997. Pentaphragma: a unique wood and its significance. International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal 18:3-12.

Carlquist, S. 1997. Peter H. Raven--recipient of the 1996 Asa Gray Award.  Systematic Botany 22:1-3.

Carlquist, S. 1997. Shifting paradigms in island biology. Aliso 16:85-88.

Carlquist, S. 1997. Wood anatomy of Argyroxiphium (Asteraceae): adaptive radiation and ecological correlations. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society124:1-10.

Carlquist, S. 1997. Wood anatomy of Buddlejaceae. Aliso 15:41-56.

Carlquist, S. 1997. Wood anatomy of Resedaceae. Aliso 16:127-135.

Carlquist, S. 1997. Wood anatomy of Portulacaceae and Hectorellaceae:ecological, habital, and systematic implications. Aliso 16:127-153.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1997. Origins and nature of vessels in Monocotyledons. 1. Acorus. International Journal of Plant Science 158:51-56.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1997. Origins and nature of vessels in Monocotyledons. 2. Juncaginaceae and Scheuchzeriaceae. Nordic Journal of  Botany 17:397-401.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1997. SEM studies on vessels in ferns. 2. Pteridium. American Journal of Botany 84:581-587.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1997. SEM studies on vessels in ferns. 3. Phlebodium and Polystichum. International Journal of Plant Science 158:343-349.

Carlquist, S. and E. Schneider. 1997. SEM studies on vessels in ferns. 4. Astrolepis. Amererican Fern Journal 87:43-50.

Carlquist, S., E. Schneider, and G. Yatskievych. 1997. SEM studies on vessels in ferns.  1. Woodsia obtusa (Sprengel) Torrey (Dryopteridaceae). American Fern Journal 87:1-8.

Junak, S. 1997. Alien Plants on the Channel Islands. Alolkoy 10:3.

Les, D. H., E. L. Schneider, and D. J. Padget. 1997. Water lily relationships revisited: Lessons learned from anatomy and molecules. The WaterGarden Journal 13:21-28.

Ross, T., S. Boyd, and S. Junak. 1997. Additions to the Vascular Flora of San Clemente Island, Los Angeles County, California, with Notes on Clarifications and Deletions. Aliso 15:27-40.

Schneider, E. and R. Taylor. 1997. Plant Evolution and Conservation on Islands: A Global Perspective. Introduction. Aliso 16:83-84.

Xu, X., E. Schneider, A. T. Chien, and F. Wudl. 1997. Nature's high-strength semitransparent film: the remarkable mechanical properties of Prunus serrula bark. Chemistry of Materials 9:1906-1908.

Symposium Proceedings:

Haller, J. R. 1997. TransverseRanges. Pages 158-159 (plus photos) in P. M. Faber, editor. California's WildGardens: A Living Legacy.

Junak, S. 1997. Northern Channel IslandsIn P. M. Faber, editor. California's WildGardens: A Living Legacy.

Junak, S. and C. Bornstein. 1997. Plants from California's Northern Channel Islands with Horticultural Potential. Pages 62-75 in B. O'Brien, L. Fuentes, and L. Newcombe, editors. Out of the Wild and into the Garden I: A Symposium of California's Horticulturally Significant Plants.  Occasional Publication 1. RanchoSanta AnaBotanic Garden.

Oberbauer, T. and S. Junak. 1997. Channel Islands. in California's WildGardens.

Technical Reports:

Junak, S., S. Chaney, R. Philbrick, and R. Clark. 1997. A Checklist of Vascular Plants of Channel IslandsNational Park (Second Edition). SouthwestParks and Monument Association.

McEachern, K., D. Wilken, and K. Chess. 1997. Inventory and monitoring of California island candidate plant taxa. Report to Species at Risk program, USGS-Biological Research Division.  Open File Report 2000-73, Ventura, California. 46 Pages.

1996:

Books and Book Chapters:

Northington, D., E. L. Schneider, and D. C. Scheirer. 1996. The Botanical World, 2nd ed. edition. Wm. C. Brown Publishers.

Carlquist, S. 1996. Materials for anatomical and ultrastructural studies:pollen, wood, and pickled materials. Pages 143-156 in T. F. Stuessy and S. H. Sohmer, editors. Sampling the green world. ColumbiaUniversity Press.

Carlquist, S. 1996. Plant dispersal and the origin of Pacific island floras. Pages 153-164 in A. Keast and S. Miller, editors. The origin and evolution of Pacific island biotas; New Guinea to eastern Polynesia:patterns and processes. SBP Academic Publishing bv.

Carlquist, S. 1996. Wood anatomy of primitive angiosperms:new perspectives and synthesis. Pages 68-90 in D. W. Taylor and L. J. Hickey, editors. Flowering plant origin, evolution, and phylogeny. Chapman & Hall.

Junak, S.  1996.  A History of Botanical Exploration and Discovery on Santa Rosa Island.  Pages 168-191 in  K. Blankenship Allen (Editor).  Island of the Cowboys, Santa Rosa Island.  Occasional Paper 7.  Santa Cruz Island Foundation, Santa Barbara, CA.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 1996. Wood anatomy of Akaniaceae and Bretschneideraceae: a case of near-identity and its systematic implications. Systematic Botany 21:607-616.

Carlquist, S. 1996. Wood and bark anatomy of lianoid Indomalesian and Asiatic species of Gnetum. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 121:1-24.

Carlquist, S. 1996. Wood and stem anatomy of Menispermaceae. Aliso 14:155-170.

Carlquist, S. 1996. Wood, bark and stem anatomy of Gnetales:a summary. International Journal of  Plant Science 157(supplementary issue):S57-S76.

Carlquist, S. 1996. Wood, bark and stem anatomy of New World species of Gnetum. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 120:1-19.

Carlquist, S., and C. J. Boggs. 1996. Wood anatomy of Plumbaginaceae. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 123:135-147.

Carlquist, S. and C. J. Donald. 1996. Wood anatomy of Limnanthaceae and Tropaeolaceae in relation to habit and phylogeny. Sida 17:333-342.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1996. Conductive tissue of Ceratophyllum demersum (Ceratophyllaceae). Sida 178:437-443.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1996. Vessel Origin in Cabomba. Nordic Journal of Botany 16:637-642.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1996. Vessels in Brasenia (Cabombaceae):New Perspectives on Vessel Origin in Primary Xylem of Angiosperms. American Journal of Botany 83:1236-1240.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1996. Vessels in Nelumbo (Nelumbonaceae). American Journal of Botany 83:1101-1106.

Schneider, E. and P. S. Williamson. 1996. Barclaya rotundifolia M. Hotta (Nymphaeaceae). Aqua Planta.

Symposium Proceedings:

Wilken, D. 1996. Demography of Ipomopsis aggregata ssp. weberi, a rare plant of northern Colorado. Pages 13-18 in J. Maschinski et al. (eds.) Proceedings, Second Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plants Conference. USDA, Forest Service, Flagstaff, AZ.

Technical Reports:

Halvorson, W., S. Junak, C. Schwemm, and T. Keeney. 1996. Plant Communities of SanNicolasIsland, California.  Technical Report 55. National Biological Service; CooperativePark Studies Unit; University of Arizona.

Junak, S., W. Halvorson, C. Schwemm, and T. Keeney. 1996. Sensitive Plants of SanNicolasIsland, California (Phase 2).  Technical Report 57. U.S. Geological Survey; CooperativePark Studies Unit; University of Arizona.

Wilken, D. 1996. Reproductive Strategies of Four Plants Restricted to the Northern Channel Islands.

1995:

Books and Book Chapters:

Junak, S., T. Ayers, R. Scott, D. Wilken, and D. Young. 1995. A Flora of Santa Cruz Island. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden and California Native Plant Society. 397 Pages

Carlquist, S. 1995. Introduction. Pages 1-13 in W. L. Wagner and V. A. Funk, editors. Hawaiian Biogeography:Evolution on a hot-spot archipelago. Smithsonian Press.

Les, D. H. and E. L. Schneider. 1995. The Nymphaeales, Alismatidae, the theory of aquatic monocotyledon origin. Pages 23-42 in P. J. Rudall, P. J. Cribb, D. F. Cutler, and C. J. Humphries, editors. Monocotyledons: systematics and evolution. RoyalBotanic Gardens, Kew.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 1995. Comparative wood anatomy:new directions and opportunities. in M. Iqbal, editor. The cambium and its products. Handbuch der Pflanzenanatomie Spezieller 9:173-185.

Carlquist, S. 1995. Wood anatomy of Berberidaceae: ecological and phylogenetic considerations. Aliso 14:85-103.

Carlquist, S. 1995. Wood anatomy of Caryophyllaceae: ecological, habital, systematic, and phylogenetic implications. Aliso 14:1-17.

Carlquist, S. 1995. Wood anatomy of Ranunculiforae: a summary. Plant Systematics and Evolution suppl. 9:11-24.

Carlquist, S. 1995. Wood and bark anatomy of Ranunculaceae (including Hydrastis) and Glaucidaceae. Aliso 14:65-84.

Carlquist, S., K. Dauer, and S. Nishimura. 1995. Wood and stem anatomy of Saururlaceae with reference to ecology, phylogeny, and origin of the monocotyledons. International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal 16:133-150.

Carlquist, S. and D. Gowans. 1995. Secondary growth and wood histology of Welwitschia. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 118:107-121.

Carlquist, S. and A. Robinson. 1995. Wood and bark anatomy of the African species of Gnetum. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 118:123-137.

Carlquist, S. and E. Wilson. 1995. Wood anatomy of Drosophyllum (Droseraceae), ecological and phylogenetic considerations. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 122:185-189.

Junak, S. and D. Wilken. 1995. Flora of Santa Cruz Island: Historic Condition and Recent Changes. Fremontia 23:12-16.

Rhui-cheng, F. and D. Wilken. Polemoniaceae. 1995. In Wu Zheng-yi and P. Raven (eds.). Flora of China 16 (Pages 326-327), Science Press (Beijing) and MissouriBotanical Garden.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1995. Vessel origins in Nymphaeaceae:Euryale and Victoria. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 119:185-193.

Schneider, E. and S. Carlquist. 1995. Vessels in the root of Barclaya rotundifolia (Nymphaeceae). American Journal of Botany 82:1343-1349.

Schneider, E., S. Carlquist, K. Beamer, and A. Kohn. 1995. Vessels in Nymphaeaceae: Nuphar, Nymphaea, and Ondinea. International Journal of Plant Science 156:857-862.

Wilken, D. 1995. Flowers in the garden: what next for California floristics? Madroño 42:142-153.

Technical Reports:

Junak, S., W. Halvorson, C. Schwemm, and T. Keeney. 1995. Sensitive Plants of SanNicolasIsland, California (Phase 1).  Technical Report 51. National Biological Service, CooperativePark Studies Unit; University of Arizona.

1994:

Books and Book Chapters:

Carlquist, S. 1994. Anatomy of tropical alpine plants. Pages 111-128 in P. W. Rundel, A. P. Smith, and F. C. Meinzer, editors. Tropical alpine environments. CambridgeUniversity Press.

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 1994. Wood and bark anatomy of Gnetum gnemon. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 116:203-221.

Carlquist, S., E. Schneider, and R. Miller. 1994. Wood and bark anatomy of Argemone (Papaveraceae). International Association of Wood Anatomists  Journal 15:247-255.

Schneider, E. and P. Williamson. 1994. Morphological Studies of the Nymphaceae. XX Floral Aspects of Barclaya (Nymphaceae): pollination; ontogeny and structure. Plant Systematics and Evolution [Suppl] 8:159-173.

Wilken, D. 1994. Review of Weber, W. and R. Wittmann. Catalog of the Colorado Flora: A Biodiversity Baseline in Great Plains Quarterly 14:152-153.

Symposium Proceedings:

Junak, S. and R. Philbrick. 1994. The Flowering Plants of SanMartinIsland, BajaCalifornia, Mexico. Pages 429-4478 in W. Halvorson and G. Maender, editors. The FourthCaliforniaIslands Symposium:Update on the Status of Resources. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

Junak, S. and R. Philbrick. 1994. The Vascular Plants of Todos Santos Island, Baja California, Mexico. Pages 407-428 in W. Halvorson and G. Maender, editors. The FourthCaliforniaIslands Symposium:Update on the Status of Resources. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

Laughrin, L., M. Carroll, A. Bromfield, and J. Carroll. 1994. Trends in Vegetation Changes with Removal of Feral Animal Grazing Pressures on Santa Catalina Island. Pages 523-530 in W. Halvorson and G. Maender, editors. The FourthCaliforniaIslands Symposium:Update on the Status of Resources. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

1993:

Books and Book Chapters:

Junak, S., R. Philbrick, and C. Drost. 1993. A Revised Flora of Santa BarbaraIsland:An Annotated Catalog of the Ferns and Flowering Plants and a Brief History of Botanical Exploration. Pages 54-112 in Daily, M. (ed),  Santa BarbaraIsland. Occasional Paper 6. Santa Cruz Island Foundation, Santa Barbara, CA.

Wilken, D. 1993. Taxonomic treatments in Hickman, J. (ed.), The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California. University of California Press, Berkeley. 1993. as follows: Selaginellaceae, Anacardiaceae, Asteraceae (Hulsea), Balsaminaceae, Boraginaceae in part (6 genera with W. Kelley or R. Kelley), Caryophyllaceae (Silene), Chenopodiaceae in part (16 genera and Atriplex with D. Taylor), Hydrophyllaceae (Phacelia with R. Halse and R. Patterson), Juglandaceae, Lamiaceae in part (17 genera), Oleaceae, Polemoniaceae (3 genera and Phlox with R. Patterson), Portulacaceae (Calyptridium with W. Kelley), Ranunculaceae in part (14 genera), Rosaceae (4 genera), Tamaricaceae, Ulmaceae, Verbenaceae, Orchidaceae with W. Jennings, and Poaceae in part (25 genera and Bromus with E. Painter).

Journal Articles:

Carlquist, S. 1993. Wood and bark anatomy of Aristolochiaceae:systematic and habital correlations. International Association of Wood Anatomists  Journal 14:341-357.

Carlquist, S., P. Morrell, and S. Manchester. 1993. Wood anatomy of Sabiaceae (s. 1.): ecological and systematic implications. Aliso 13:521-549.

Wilken, D. 1993. Continuing traditions: A new Jepson Manual and a plaza at Sonoma. Fremontia 21: 3-6.

Symposium Proceedings:

Carroll, M., L. Laughrin, and A. Bromfield. 1993. Fire on the CaliforniaIslands: Does it Play a Role in Chaparral and Closed Cone Pine Forest Habitats? Pages 73-88 in F. Hochberg, editor. ThirdCaliforniaIslands Symposium:Recent Advances in Research on the CaliforniaIslands. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

Davis, W. and S. Junak. 1993. Hybridization between Malacothrix polycephala and M. incana (Asteraceae) on SanNicolasIsland; California. Pages 89-95 in F. Hochberg, editor. ThirdCaliforniaIslands Symposium:Recent Advances in Research on the CaliforniaIslands. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

Jones, J., S. Junak, and R. Paul. 1993. Progress in Mapping Vegetation on Santa Cruz Island and a Preliminary Analysis of Relationships with Environmental factors. Pages 97-104 in F. Hochberg, editor. ThirdCaliforniaIslands Symposium:Recent Advances in Research on the CaliforniaIslands. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

1991:

Journal Articles:

Junak, S. 1991. The Herbarium:A Botanical Encyclopedia. PublicGarden 6:17-19, 38.

1990:

Symposium Proceedings:

Davis, W. and S. Junak. 1990. Hybridization between Malacothrix polycephala and M. incana (Asteraceae) on SanNicolasIsland; California. Pages 147-157 in Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Mugu Lagoon / SanNicolasIsland Ecological Research Symposium. Naval Air Station.

Junak, S. and J. Vanderwier. 1990. An Annotated Checklist of the Vascular Plants of SanNicolasIsland, California. Pages 121-145 in Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Mugu Lagoon / SanNicolasIsland Ecological Research Symposium. Naval Air Station.

1981-1989:

Books and Book Chapters:

Emery, D. 1988. Seed Propagation of Native California Plants. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden.

Journal Articles:

Moran, R. and M. Benedict. 1981. Dudleya pachyphytum of Isla Cedros, Mexico. Cactus and Succulent Journal 53:132-136.

Tanowitz, B., S. Junak, and D. Smith. 1984. Terpenoids of Hyptis emoryi. Journal of Natural Products 47:739–740.

Tanowitz, B., D. Smith, and S. Junak. 1984. Terpenoids of Monardella hypoleuca. Journal of Natural Products 47:738–739.

Odion, D. 1985. Noteworthy collection of Dicentra pauciflora. Madroño 32:57.

Timbrook, S. 1985. Problems of lectotypification in Langloisia (Polemoniaceae). Taxon 34:522-524.

Walters, M. 1985. Meiosis readiness in Lilium. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 27:33-38.

Davis, W. and R. Philbrick. 1986. Natural Hybridization between Malacothrix incana and M. saxatilis var. implicata (Asteraceae:Lactuceae) on San Miguel Island, California. Madroño 33:253-263.

Ferren, W., S. Junak, and M. Barkworth. 1986. Noteworthy Collections:CaliforniaStipa diegoensis Swallen (Poaceae). Madroño 33:309-310.

Timbrook, S. 1986. Segregation of Loeseliastrum from Langloisia (Polemoniaceae). Madroño 33:157-174.

Michaelsen, J., L. Haston, F. W. Davis. 1987. 400 Years of Central California Preceipitation Variability Reconstructed from Tree-Rings. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 23:809–818.

Thorne, R. and S. Junak. 1988. Vascular Plants of Las Isla de Todos Santos, Northwestern BajaCalifornia, Mexico. Crossosoma 14:4-7.

Thorne, R. and S. Junak. 1989. The Vascular Plants of Isla San Martin, Baja California, Mexico. Crossosoma 15:5-7.

Symposium Proceedings:

Odion, D. C. and N. M. Nadkarni. 1985. The effects of seeding an exotic grass (Lolium multiflorum) on native seedling regeneration following fire in a chaparral community. Pages 115-121 in J. J. DeVries (ed), Proceedings of the Symposium on Chaparral Ecosystems. University of California, Davis, WaterResourcesCenter, Report 62.

Bornstein, C., M. Carroll, and D. Odion. 1987. Revegetation in Santa BarbaraCounty; enduring dilemmas and potential solutions. Pages 76-91 in Proceedings of the Native Plant Revegetation Symposium. California Native Plant Society.

Odion, D., T. Dudley, and C. D'Antonio. 1987. Cattle grazing in southeastern Sierran meadows:ecosystem change and prospects for recovery. Pages 277-292 in C. A. Hall and V. Doyle-Jones (eds.), Plant Biology of Eastern California Natural History of the White-InyoRange Symposium. White Mountain Research Station, Symposium Volume 2.

Technical Reports:

Junak, M., S. Junak, and R. Philbrick. 1983. A Comparison of Vegetation Transect Measurements Made on Santa BarbaraIsland in 1978, 1979, 1982. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden.

Philbrick, R., S. Junak, and M. Caroll. 1987. Checklist of Vascular Plants of Channel IslandsNational Park. SouthwestParks and Monuments Association.

1980:

Journal Articles:

Moran, R. and M. Benedict. 1980. Dudleya pachyphytum (Crassulaceae), a New Species form Isla Cedros, Mexico. Phytologia 47:85-87.

Walters, M. 1980. Premeiosis and meiosis in Lilium "Enchantment". Chromosoma 80:119-146.

Symposium Proceedings:

Hochberg, M. 1980. Factors Affecting Leaf Size of Chaparral Shrubs on the CaliforniaIslands. Pages 189-206 in D. Power, editor. The CaliforniaIslands: Proceedings of a Multidisciplinary Symposium. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

Hochberg, M., Junak, R. Philbrick, and S. Timbrook. 1980. Historical Changes in the Vegetation of AnacapaIsland. Pages 431-446 in Proceedings of the Second Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks. National Park Service.

Junak, S., M. Hochberg, R. Philbrick, and S. Timbrook. 1980. Plant Communities of Anacapa Island, California. Pages 221-231 in Proceedings of the Second Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks. National Park Service.

Philbrick, R. 1980. Distribution and Evolution of Endemic Plants of the Channel Islands. Pages 173-187 in D. Power, editor. The CaliforniaIslands: Proceedings of a Multidisciplinary Symposium. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

Vivrette, N. 1980. Zonation of Coastal Plant Species and Their Correlation with Salt Levels in the Soil. Pages 207-213 in D. Power, editor. The CaliforniaIslands: Proceedings of a Multidisciplinary Symposium. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

Technical Reports:

Hochberg, M., S. Junak, and R. Philbrick. 1980. Botanical Study of Santa Cruz Island for the Nature Conservancy. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden.

1970-1979:

Books and Book Chapters:

Philbrick, R. and J. Haller. 1977. The Southern CaliforniaIslands. Pages 893-906 in M. Barbour and J. Major, editors. Terrestrial Vegetation of California. John Wiley and Sons.

Journal Articles:

Walters, M. 1970. Evidence on the time of chromosome pairing from the preleptotene spiral stage in Lilium longiflorum "Croft". Chromosoma 29:375-418.

Philbrick, R. 1972. The plants of Santa Barbara Island, California. Madroño 21:329-393.

Walters, M. 1972. Preleptotene chromosome contraction in Lilium longiflorum "Croft". Chromosoma 39:311-332.

Walters, M. 1976. Variation in preleptotene chromosome contraction among three cultivars of Lilium longiflorum. Chromosoma 57:51-80.

Vivrette, N. J. and C. H. Muller. 1977. Mechanism of invasion and dominance of coastal grassland by Mesembryanthemum crystallinum. Ecological Monographs 77:301-318.

Walters, M. 1977. The relation of temperature to preleptotene chromosome contraction in Lilium. Chromosoma 61:23-39.

Philbrick, R. 1978. A botanist's view of Santa Cruz Island. Fremontia 6:6-10.

Walters, M. 1978. Meiosis readiness in Lilium longiflorum "Croft". Chromosoma 67:365-391.

Technical Reports:

Hochberg, M., S. Junak, R. Philbrick, and S. Timbrook. 1979. Botany. Pages  5.1-5.85 in D. Power, editor. Natural Resources Study of Channel Islands National Monument, California. Santa BarbaraMuseum of Natural History.

1960-1969:

Journal Articles:

Walters, M. 1960. Rates of meiosis, spindle irregularities and microsporocyte division in Bromus trinii x B. carinatus. Chromosoma 11:167-204.

Moseley, M. F. 1961. Morphological studies of the Nymphaeaceae. II. The flower of Nymphaea. Botanical Gazette 122:233-259.

Wenner, A. 1962. Communication with queen honey bees by substrate sound. Science 138:446-448.

Piehl, M. 1963. Mode of attachment, haustorium structure, and hosts of Pedicularis canadensis. American Journal of Botany 50:978-985.

Walters, M. 1963. A nuclear body in meiosis of Bromus. Chromosoma 14:423-450.

Philbrick, R. 1964. Opuntia oricola, a new Pacific Coast Species. The Cactus and Succulent Journal 36:163-165.

Wenner, A. 1964. Sound communication in honeybees. Scientific American 210:116-124.

Moseley, M. F. 1965. Morphological studies of the Nymphaeaceae. III. The floral anatomy of Nuphar. Phytomorphology 15:54-84.

Walters, M. 1965. A nuclear body in microsporocytes of Zea Mays. Chromosoma 17:78-84.

Walters, M. 1966. Development and chemical constitution of a nuclear body in microsporocytes of Bromus. Heredity 21:173-181.

Walters, M. 1966. Non-chromosomal entities in mitosis and meiosis of Bromus arizonicus. Heredity 21:537-545.

Walters, M. 1968. Ribonucleoprotein structures in meiotic prophase of Zea Mays. Heredity 23:39-47.

Symposium Proceedings:

Philbrick, R., ed. 1967. Proceedings of the Symposium on the Biology of the CaliforniaIslands, Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden.

Walters, M. 1968. Evidence on chromosome pairing from the pre-leptotene spiral stage in Lilium longiflorum. In National Meetings of the Genetics Society of America.

1940-1959:

Books and Book Chapters:

Smith, C. 1952. A Flora of Santa Barbara. Santa BarbaraBotanic Garden.

Journal Articles:

Muller, C. H. 1952. Ecological Control of Hybridization in Quercus: a factor in the mechanism of evolution. Evolution 6:147-161.

Muller, C. H. 1952. Los camotes del pochote (Ceiba parvifolia) de Puebla. Sociedad Botanica de Mexico Boletin. 14:18-20.

Muller, C. H. 1952. Plant succession in arctic heath and tundra in northern Scandinavia. Bulletin of  the Torrey Botanical Club 79:296-309.

Walters, M. 1952. Atypical chromosome movement in meiotic anaphase of Bromus pitensis x B. marginatus. American Journal of Botany 39:619-625.

Walters, M. 1952. Spontaneous chromosome breakage and atypical chromosome movement in meiosis of the hybrid Bromus marginatus x B. pseudolaevipes. Genetics 37:8-25.

Stebbins, G. L., J. Jenkins, and M. Walters. 1953. Chromosomes and phylogeny in the Compositae, Tribe Cichorieae. University of California Publications in Botany 26:401-430.

Muller, C. H. 1954. A new species of Quercus in Arizona. Madroño 12:140-145.

Muller, C. H. 1954. Una nueva especie de Quercus de la Sierra Madre Occidental de Mexico. Anales del Instituto de Biología de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico. Serie Botánica. 24:269-273.

Walters, M. 1954. A study of pseudobivalents in meiosis of two interspecific hybrids of Bromus. American Journal of Botany 41:160-171.

Walters, M. 1955. A study of half-chromatid fragments in meiosis of the hybrid Bromus trinii x B. maritimus. University of California Publications in Botany 28:1-18.

Moseley, M. F. 1955. Studies of the Garryaceae - I. The comparative morphology and phylogeny. Phytomorphology 5:314-346.

Moseley, M. F. 1956. The anatomy of the water storage organ of Ceiba parvifolia. Tropical Woods 104:61-79.

Moseley, M. F. 1958. Morphological studies of the Nymphaeaceae. I. The nature of the stamens. Phytomorphology 8:1-29.

Walters, M. 1958. Aberrant chromosome movement and spindle formation in meiosis of Bromus hybrids: An interpretation of spindle organization. American Journal of Botany 45:271-289.