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Allozyme Diversity in Endemic Flowering Plant Species of the Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile: Ecological and Historical Factors with Implications for Conservation

IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION^DANIEL J. CRAW FORD,^,^^ EDUARDORUIZ,~TODE STUESSY,~ ERIC TEPE,~ PEDRO AQEVEQUE,~...

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Genetic Differentiation within and among Island Populations of the Endangered Plant Aster miyagii (Asteraceae), an Endemic to the Ryukyu Islands

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2189-2194

ISLAND POPULATIONS OF THE ENDANGERED PLANT ASTERMZYAGZZ (ASTERACEAE), AN ENDEMIC TO THE RYUKYUIS LANDS^Biological...

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Genetic Structure of Three Orchid Species with Contrasting Breeding Systems Using RAPD and Allozyme

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2180-2188

CONTRASTING BREEDING SYSTEMS USING RAPD AND ALLOZYME MARKERS'M. SUN^ AND K. C. WONG Department of Botany and...

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Evidence for a Switch in the Reproductive Biology of Rubus alceifolius (Rosaceae) towards Apomixis, between Its Native Range and Its Area of Introduction

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2243-2251

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2243-2251. 2001.EVIDENCE FOR A SWITCH IN THE REPRODUCTIVEBIOLOGY OF RUBUSALCEIFOLZUS...

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Carbon Allocation to Volatiles and Other Reproductive Components in Male Ficus carica (Moraceae)

CARBONALLOCATION TO VOLATILES AND OTHER REPRODUCTIVE COMPONENTS IN MALE Fzcus CARZCA (MORACEAE)~LAURE GRISON-PIGE,...

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Floral Stages, Ovule Development, and Ovule and Fruit Success in Iris tenax, Focusing on var. Gormanii, a Taxon with Low Seed Set

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 221-2231

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2221-2231. 2001. FLORALSTAGES, OVULE DEVELOPMENT, AND OVULEAND FRUIT SUCCESS IN IRIS...

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Does Differential Seed Siring Success Change over Time or with Pollination History in Wild Radish, Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae)?

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2232-2242

OVER TIME OR WITH POLLINATION HISTORY IN WILDDIANE L. MARSH ALL^,^ AND DIANAM. OLIVERAS~ 2Department of Biology,...

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Functional Analysis of Synchronous Dichogamy in Flowering Rush, Butomus umbellatus (Butomaceae)

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2204-2213

IN FLOWERING RUSH, BUTOMUSUMBELLATUS MICHAELBHARDWAJAND CHRISTOPHER G. ECKERT~Department of Biology, Queen's...

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Leaf Shape and Anatomy as Indicators of Phase Change in the Grasses: Comparison of Maize, Rice, and Bluegrass

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2157-2167

LEAFSHAPE AND ANATOMY AS INDICATORS OF PHASECHANGE IN THE GRASSES: COMPARISON OF MAIZE,RICE, AND BLUEGRASS' ANNEW....

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Multiple Origins of Sequestrate Fungi Related to Cortinarius (Cortinariaceae)

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2168-2179. 2001MULTIPLEORIGINS OF SEQUESTRATE FUNGI RELATED URSULA PEINTNER,~~~...

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Size-Dependent Sex Allocation within Flowers of the Annual Herb Clarkia unguiculata (Onagraceae): Ontogenetic and among-Plant Variation

Vol.88,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 819-831

.4mericaii Journd of Botany 88(5): 819-83 1. 1001. OF THE ANNUAL HERB CURKIAUNGUICUWTA AMONG-PLANT VARIATION'...

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Phylogenetics of Paniceae (Poaceae)

Vol.88,
No.11,
(2001),
pp 1988-1992

MELVINR. DUVALL,~,~JEFFREY D. NOLL,~ AND ALEXANDRAH. MINN~ =Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Illinois...

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Do Pollen Donors with Fastest-Growing Pollen Tubes Sire the Best Offspring in an Anemophilous Tree, Betula pendula (Betulaceae)?

Vol.88,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 854-860

DO POLLEN DONORS WITH FASTEST-GROWING POLLEN TUBES SIRE THE BEST OFFSPRING IN AN ANEMOPHILOUS TREE, BETUU PENDULA (...

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A Molecular Phylogeny of the Grass Subfamily Panicoideae (Poaceae) Shows Multiple Origins of C4 Photosynthesis

American Journal of Botany 88(11): 1993-2012. 2001 A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF THE GRASS SUBFAMILY PANICOIDEAE SHOWS...

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Phylogeny and Quaternary History of the European Montane/Alpine Endemic Soldanella (Primulaceae) Based on ITS and AFLP Variation

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2331-2345

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2331-2345. 2001. PHYLOGENYAND QUATERNARY HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN ENDEMIC SOLDANELLA...

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Reproductive Biology and Natural Hybridization between Two Endemic Species of Pitcairnia (Bromeliaceae)

HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN TWO ENDEMIC SPECIES OFTANIA WENDT,'.~ MARIA BERNADETE FERREIRACANE LA,^ANA PAULA GELLI DE...

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Refutation of the Teleological View of Evolution

(2014)

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Flowering Dynamics in Arum italicum (Araceae): Relative Role of Inflorescence Traits, Flowering Synchrony, and Pollination Context on Fruit Initiation

Vol.88,
No.10,
(2001),
pp 1774-1780

RELATIVE ROLE OF INFLORESCENCE TRAITS,FLOWERING SYNCHRONY, AND POLLINATION CONTEXTON FRUIT INITIATION' MARCOS...

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Molecular Phylogeny of Coelogyne (Epidendroideae; Orchidaceae) Based on Plastid RFLPS, matK, and Nuclear Ribosomal ITS Sequences: Evidence for Polyphyly

(EPIDENDROIDEAE; BASED ON PLASTIDORCHIDACEAE) RFLPS, MATK,AND NUCLEAR RIBOSOMAL ITS SEQUENCES: EVIDENCE FOR POLYPHYLY...

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Reproductive Biology of Henequén (Agave fourcroydes) and Its Wild Ancestor Agave angustifolia (Agavaceae). I. Gametophyte Development

American Journal of Botany 88(11): 1966-1976. 2001 REPRODUCTIVEBIOLOGY OF HENEQUEN (AGAVEFOURCROYDES) AND ITS WILD...

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Wound Healing Potential of Biofield Energy Treatment in HaCaT Cell Line Using Scratch Assay

Vol.5,
No.5,
(2018),
pp 136-142

Wounds may be acute, subacute, or chronic and are the common clinical life entities. It is a complex biochemical...

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Impact of the Trivedi Effect®-Energy of Consciousness Healing on Growth and Yield of the Plant Stem Cells Culture

Vol.5,
No.1,
(2018),
pp 1-5

The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effect of Biofield Energy Healing Treatment on the plant callus...

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Evaluation of The Trivedi Effect® - Consciousness Energy Healing Treatment on the Growth and Yield of Plant Stem Cells

Vol.3,
No.3,
(2018),
pp 069-075

This study investigated the effect of the Consciousness Energy Healing (The Trivedi Effect®) Treatment on the plant...

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Impact of Biofield Energy Treated Herbomineral Formulation (The Trivedi Effect®) on Mouse Dendritic and Splenocyte Cells for Modulation of Pro-inflammatory Cytokines

The use of herbomineral formulation in the healthcare sector for different chronic diseases is gaining popularity due...

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Refutation of the Teleological View of Evolution

(2014)

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Size-Dependent Sex Allocation within Flowers of the Annual Herb Clarkia unguiculata (Onagraceae): Ontogenetic and among-Plant Variation

Vol.88,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 819-831

.4mericaii Journd of Botany 88(5): 819-83 1. 1001. OF THE ANNUAL HERB CURKIAUNGUICUWTA AMONG-PLANT VARIATION'...

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Do Pollen Donors with Fastest-Growing Pollen Tubes Sire the Best Offspring in an Anemophilous Tree, Betula pendula (Betulaceae)?

Vol.88,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 854-860

DO POLLEN DONORS WITH FASTEST-GROWING POLLEN TUBES SIRE THE BEST OFFSPRING IN AN ANEMOPHILOUS TREE, BETUU PENDULA (...

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Population-Level Variation in the Expression of Heterostyly in Three Species of Rubiaceae: Does Reciprocal Placement of Anthers and Stigmas Characterize Heterostyly?

Vol.88,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 841-853

American Journal of Botany 88(5): 841-853. 2001 RECIPROCAL PLACEMENT OF ANTHERS AND STIGMAS CHARACTERIZE HETEROSTYLY?...

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The Effect of Maternal and Paternal Environments on Seed Characters in the Herbaceous Plant Campanula americana (Campanulaceae)

Vol.88,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 832-840

ENVIRONMENTS ON SEED CHARACTERS IN THE HERBACEOUS PLANT CAMPANULA AMERICANA Departmelit of Biology, University of...

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Genetic Structure of the Saxicole Pitcairnia geyskesii (Bromeliaceae) on Inselbergs in French Guiana

CORINNESARTHOU,~SARAH SAMADI,~ AND MARIE-CATHERINE BOISSELIER-DUBAYLE~,~ 'Musturn National d'Histoire Naturelle...

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Allozyme Diversity in Endemic Flowering Plant Species of the Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile: Ecological and Historical Factors with Implications for Conservation

IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION^DANIEL J. CRAW FORD,^,^^ EDUARDORUIZ,~TODE STUESSY,~ ERIC TEPE,~ PEDRO AQEVEQUE,~...

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Genetic Differentiation within and among Island Populations of the Endangered Plant Aster miyagii (Asteraceae), an Endemic to the Ryukyu Islands

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2189-2194

ISLAND POPULATIONS OF THE ENDANGERED PLANT ASTERMZYAGZZ (ASTERACEAE), AN ENDEMIC TO THE RYUKYUIS LANDS^Biological...

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Genetic Structure of Three Orchid Species with Contrasting Breeding Systems Using RAPD and Allozyme

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2180-2188

CONTRASTING BREEDING SYSTEMS USING RAPD AND ALLOZYME MARKERS'M. SUN^ AND K. C. WONG Department of Botany and...

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Evidence for a Switch in the Reproductive Biology of Rubus alceifolius (Rosaceae) towards Apomixis, between Its Native Range and Its Area of Introduction

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2243-2251

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2243-2251. 2001.EVIDENCE FOR A SWITCH IN THE REPRODUCTIVEBIOLOGY OF RUBUSALCEIFOLZUS...

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Carbon Allocation to Volatiles and Other Reproductive Components in Male Ficus carica (Moraceae)

CARBONALLOCATION TO VOLATILES AND OTHER REPRODUCTIVE COMPONENTS IN MALE Fzcus CARZCA (MORACEAE)~LAURE GRISON-PIGE,...

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Floral Stages, Ovule Development, and Ovule and Fruit Success in Iris tenax, Focusing on var. Gormanii, a Taxon with Low Seed Set

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 221-2231

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2221-2231. 2001. FLORALSTAGES, OVULE DEVELOPMENT, AND OVULEAND FRUIT SUCCESS IN IRIS...

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Does Differential Seed Siring Success Change over Time or with Pollination History in Wild Radish, Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae)?

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2232-2242

OVER TIME OR WITH POLLINATION HISTORY IN WILDDIANE L. MARSH ALL^,^ AND DIANAM. OLIVERAS~ 2Department of Biology,...

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Functional Analysis of Synchronous Dichogamy in Flowering Rush, Butomus umbellatus (Butomaceae)

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2204-2213

IN FLOWERING RUSH, BUTOMUSUMBELLATUS MICHAELBHARDWAJAND CHRISTOPHER G. ECKERT~Department of Biology, Queen's...

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Leaf Shape and Anatomy as Indicators of Phase Change in the Grasses: Comparison of Maize, Rice, and Bluegrass

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2157-2167

LEAFSHAPE AND ANATOMY AS INDICATORS OF PHASECHANGE IN THE GRASSES: COMPARISON OF MAIZE,RICE, AND BLUEGRASS' ANNEW....

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Multiple Origins of Sequestrate Fungi Related to Cortinarius (Cortinariaceae)

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2168-2179. 2001MULTIPLEORIGINS OF SEQUESTRATE FUNGI RELATED URSULA PEINTNER,~~~...

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Allozyme Diversity in Endemic Flowering Plant Species of the Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile: Ecological and Historical Factors with Implications for Conservation

IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION^DANIEL J. CRAW FORD,^,^^ EDUARDORUIZ,~TODE STUESSY,~ ERIC TEPE,~ PEDRO AQEVEQUE,~...

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Genetic Differentiation within and among Island Populations of the Endangered Plant Aster miyagii (Asteraceae), an Endemic to the Ryukyu Islands

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2189-2194

ISLAND POPULATIONS OF THE ENDANGERED PLANT ASTERMZYAGZZ (ASTERACEAE), AN ENDEMIC TO THE RYUKYUIS LANDS^Biological...

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Genetic Structure of Three Orchid Species with Contrasting Breeding Systems Using RAPD and Allozyme

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2180-2188

CONTRASTING BREEDING SYSTEMS USING RAPD AND ALLOZYME MARKERS'M. SUN^ AND K. C. WONG Department of Botany and...

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Evidence for a Switch in the Reproductive Biology of Rubus alceifolius (Rosaceae) towards Apomixis, between Its Native Range and Its Area of Introduction

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2243-2251

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2243-2251. 2001.EVIDENCE FOR A SWITCH IN THE REPRODUCTIVEBIOLOGY OF RUBUSALCEIFOLZUS...

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Carbon Allocation to Volatiles and Other Reproductive Components in Male Ficus carica (Moraceae)

CARBONALLOCATION TO VOLATILES AND OTHER REPRODUCTIVE COMPONENTS IN MALE Fzcus CARZCA (MORACEAE)~LAURE GRISON-PIGE,...

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Floral Stages, Ovule Development, and Ovule and Fruit Success in Iris tenax, Focusing on var. Gormanii, a Taxon with Low Seed Set

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 221-2231

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2221-2231. 2001. FLORALSTAGES, OVULE DEVELOPMENT, AND OVULEAND FRUIT SUCCESS IN IRIS...

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Does Differential Seed Siring Success Change over Time or with Pollination History in Wild Radish, Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae)?

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2232-2242

OVER TIME OR WITH POLLINATION HISTORY IN WILDDIANE L. MARSH ALL^,^ AND DIANAM. OLIVERAS~ 2Department of Biology,...

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Functional Analysis of Synchronous Dichogamy in Flowering Rush, Butomus umbellatus (Butomaceae)

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2204-2213

IN FLOWERING RUSH, BUTOMUSUMBELLATUS MICHAELBHARDWAJAND CHRISTOPHER G. ECKERT~Department of Biology, Queen's...

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Leaf Shape and Anatomy as Indicators of Phase Change in the Grasses: Comparison of Maize, Rice, and Bluegrass

Vol.88,
No.12,
(2001),
pp 2157-2167

LEAFSHAPE AND ANATOMY AS INDICATORS OF PHASECHANGE IN THE GRASSES: COMPARISON OF MAIZE,RICE, AND BLUEGRASS' ANNEW....

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Multiple Origins of Sequestrate Fungi Related to Cortinarius (Cortinariaceae)

American Journal of Botany 88(12): 2168-2179. 2001MULTIPLEORIGINS OF SEQUESTRATE FUNGI RELATED URSULA PEINTNER,~~~...

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