Publications

A list of recent publications based on  research associated with the herbarium follows.   

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2013

Carter, R. J.C. Jones, and R.H. Goddard. Accepted. Sphenoclea zeylanica (Sphenocleaceae) in North America - Dispersal, ecology and morphology. Castanea.

Guo, Y., A. Pais, A.S. Weakley, and Q.-Y. Xiang. 2013. Molecular phylogenetic analysis suggests paraphyly and early diversification of Philadelphus (Hydrangeaceae) in western North America – new insights into affinity with Carpenteria. J. Syst. Evol. 51: 545–563.

Harris, AJ, J. Wen, and Q.Y. (J.) Xiang. 2013. Inferring the biogeographic origins of inter-continental disjunct endemics using a Bayes-DIVA Approach. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 51: 117–133.

Judd, W.S., N.C. Melvin, K. Waselkov, and K.A. Kron. 2013. A taxonomic revision of Leucothoe (Ericaceae; Tribe Gaultherieae). Brittonia 65: 417–438.

Krings, A. Accepted. Parkinsonia (Fabaceae). In: Legumes of Arizona. Boyce Thompson Arboretum and University of Arizona.

Krings, A. 2013–present. West Indian Gonolobinae. Version 1.0. North Carolina State University, Raleigh. [web and mobile app; beta]

Krings, A. and F.S. Axelrod. 2013. Gonolobus aloiensis (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae), a new species from St. Eustatius. Syst. Bot. 38: 1132–1137.

Krings, A. and G. Morillo. 2013. Gonolobus murphyae (Apocynaceae), a new species from montane Colombia. Syst. Bot.38: 1138–1141.

Krings, A., R. Anthony, and L. Sigmon-Chatham. 2013. Survey report: Amaranthus pumilus (Amaranthaceae) and Ipomoea imperati (Convolvulaceae) at Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Report to the North Carolina Natural Heritage Program, Raleigh.

Krings, A., S. Goyette*, D. Suiter^, and M. Samuels*. 2012–present. Rare plants of North Carolina: Federally listed species and their congeners. Version 1.2. North Carolina State University, Raleigh. [web and mobile app; updated in 2013 to include recent taxonomic changes; completed NCSU review process and pushed to Google Play in 2013]

LucidCentral. 2013–present. Citrus ID. Based on: Saville, A.C., A. Krings, T. Kahn, M.D. Trice, and A.J. Redford. 2011. Citrus ID, Edition 2. USDA APHIS PPQ ITP, Fort Collins and North Carolina State University. [mobile app]

Morillo, G. and A. Krings. Accepted. A new species and a new combination in Phaeostemma (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae, Gonolobinae). Phytokeys.

Poindexter, D.B. 2013. Vascular flora and plant communities of Alleghany County, North Carolina. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 7: 529–574.

Porter, K.M., C. DePerno, A. Krings, M. Krachey, and R. Braham. Accepted. Vegetative impact of feral horses, feral pigs, and white-tailed deer on the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge, North Carolina. Castanea.

Samuels, M. and A. Krings. 2012–present. Pitcher Perfect! Identifying pitcher plants in North Carolina. North Carolina State University, Raleigh. [web and mobile app; completed NCSU review process and pushed to Google Play in 2013]

Stanley, J.S. 2013. Guide to the vascular flora of Picture Creek Diabase Barrens (Granville County, North Carolina). M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University.

Thornhill, R., D. Suiter, and A. Krings. 2013. Native plants for coastal landscapes. National Fish & Wildlife Foundation.

Wilkins, A. 2013. Toward a status assessment of Solidago plumosa, Yadkin River Goldenrod. Technical report for the US Fish & Wildlife Services, Raleigh.

Xiang, Q.Y. (J.). 2013. Cornales (Dogwood). V2, a0024667. In eLS 2013, John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester.

Zhao, Y.P., W.W. Ma, Q.Y. Dai, Z.C. Qi, P. Li, K.M. Cameron, J. Lee, Q.Y. (J.) Xiang, C.X. Fu. 2013. Comparative phylogeography of the Smilax hispida group (Smilacaceae) in eastern Asia and North America – implications in allopatric speciation, causes of diversity disparity, and origins of temperate elements in Mexico. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 68: 300–311.

2012

Alford, M.H. 2012. Noteworthy collections: Mississippi and Louisiana. Castanea 77:181-185.

Brooks, A. 2012. Phylogeography and species distribution modeling of the Flowering Dogwood, Cornus florida L. (Cornaceae). M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Container Weeds Research Group [alph. order: C.S. Bernard, J.F. Derr, A. Krings, B. Lassiter, J.C. Neal]. 2012-present. Weeds of container nurseries in the United States. Version 2.0. North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Feng, C.M., X. Liu, Y. Yu, W.H. Zhang, D.Y. Xie, R.G. Franks, and Q.Y. (J.) Xiang. 2012. Independent developmental origins and divergent B-class MADS-box gene expression patterns in petaloid bracts of Cornus s. l. (Cornaceae). New Phytologist. Online: DOI:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04255.x.

Harris, W.K., J. Wen, and Q.Y. (J.) Xiang. Accepted. Inferring the biogeographic origins of inter-Continental Disjunct Endemics using a Bayes-DIVA Approach. Journal of Systematics and Evolution

Krings, A. 2012. Matelea gilbertoana (Apocynaceae), a new species from Venezuela. Systematic Botany 37: 989-991.

Krings, A. and G. Morillo. 2012. Matelea sanojana (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae), a new species in the Matelea squiresii complex from Venezuela . Systematic Botany 37: 992-994.

Krings, A. and G. Morillo. 2012. Two new species in the Matelea stenopetala complex (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) from the Guiana Shield and Amazonian Brazil. PhytoKeys 17: 27-39.

Krings, A., S. Goyette, D. Suiter, and M. Samuels. 2012-present. Rare plants of North Carolina: Federally listed species and their congeners. Version 1.0. North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Liu, J., Z.C. Qi, Y.P. Zhao, C.X. Fu and Q.Y. (J.) Xiang. 2012. Chloroplast DNA phylogenomics of Monocots – Insights into the placement of Liliales and influences of gene partitions. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 64: 545-562.

Liu, X., C.M. Feng, R. Franks, R. Qu, D.Y. Xie, and Q.Y. (J.) Xiang. 2012. Plant regeneration and genetic transformation of C. canadensis: a non-model plant appropriate for investigation of flower development in Cornus (Cornaceae). Plant Cell Report. DOI 10.1007/s00299-012-1341-x.

Palmer, M.W. and J.C. Richardson. 2012. Biodiversity data in the information age: Do 21st century floras make the grade? Castanea 77(1):46-59.

Samuels, M. and A. Krings. 2012-present. Pitcher perfect! Identifying pitcher plants in North Carolina. Version 1.0. North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Sorrie, B.A., W.M. Knapp, L.D. Estes, and D.D. Spaulding. 2012. A new Sisyrinchium (Iridaceae) from Cedar Glades in northern Alabama. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 6: 323-329.

Stucky, J. and A. Krings. 2012-present. Winter twig keys to common, native, fully deciduous, trees and phanerophyte shrubs of the North Carolina eastern Piedmont. Version 1.0. North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Thornhill, R.W. and A. Krings. 2012. Discovery of Hydrocotyle bowlesioides (Araliaceae) in Louisiana. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 6: 283-285.

Weakley, A.S. J.C. Ludwig, and J.F. Townsend. 2012. Flora of Virginia. Foundation of the Flora of Virginia Project and Botanical Research Institute of Texas Press, Ft. Worth.

2011

Allison, J.R. 2011. Synopsis of the Hypericum denticulatum complex (Hypericaceae). Castanea 76(1): 99–115.

Clark, R.K. 2011. Guide to the vascular flora of Kitty Hawk Woods (Dare Co., North Carolina). M.S. thesis, North Carolina State University.

Douglas, N.A., W.A. Wall, Q.-Y.(J.) Xiang, W.A. Hoffmann, T.R. Wentworth, J.B. Gray, and M.G. Hohmann. 2011. Recent vicariance and the origin of the rare, edaphically specialized Sandhills lily, Lilium pyrophilum (Liliaceae): evidence from phylogenetic and coalescent analyses. Molecular Ecology 20(14): 2901–2915.

Feng, M. 2011. Evolutionary studies of Alangiaceae and Cornaceae – Tracking evolutionary histories using phylogenetic and comparative development approaches. Ph.D. dissertation, North Carolina State University.

Feng, C.M., Q.Y. (J.) Xiang, and R.G. Franks. 2011. Phylogeny-based developmental analyses illuminate evolution of inflorescence architectures in dogwoods (Cornus s. l., Cornaceae) New Phytologist. 191:850–869.

Hines, K.M. 2011. Guide to the vascular flora of Howell Woods (Johnston, Co., North Carolina). M.S. thesis, North Carolina State University.

Krings, A. 2011. Synopsis of Matelea s.l. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in Trinidad, Tobago, and the ABC Islands. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 5: 475–483.

Krings, A. 2011. Pistacia chinensis (Anacardiaceae) naturalized in North Carolina, U.S.A. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 5: 867–869.

Krings, A. 2011. Matelea s.l. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in the West Indies. Systematic Botany 36: 730–756.

Krings, A. 2011. Matelea pakaraimensis (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae), a new species in the Matelea stenopetala complex from Guyana. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 5: 101–104.

Poindexter, D.B., A.S. Weakley, and M.W. Denslow. 2011. New exotic additions and other noteworthy records for the flora of North Carolina. Phytoneuron 2011-42: 1–14.

Post, A., R. Ali, A. Krings, Q.-Y.(J.) Xiang, B. Sosinski, and J. Neal. 2011. On the identity of the weedy Cardamine (Brassicaceae) species in United States nurseries: Evidence from molecules and morphology. Weed Science 59: 123–135.

Saville, A.C., A. Krings, and T. Kahn. 2011. Hosts and potential hosts of Citrus pests and diseases in the United States. USDA-APHIS-PPQ-CPHST, Ft. Collins.

Saville, A.C., A. Krings, T. Kahn, M.D. Trice, A.J. Redford. 2011. Citrus ID, Edition 2. USDA APHIS PPQ CPHST, Fort Collins and North Carolina State University.

Sorrie, B.A. 2011. An inventory of the significant natural areas of Stanly County, North Carolina. North Carolina Natural Heritage Program, Office of Conservation, Planning, and Community Affairs, Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources.

Sorrie, B.A. 2011. A Field Guide to Wildflowers of the Sandhills Region: North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.

Sorrie, B.A., P.D. McMillan, B. van Eerden, R.J. LeBlond, P. Hyatt, and L.C. Anderson. 2011. Carex austrodeflexa (Cyperaceae), a new species of Carex sect. Acrocystis from the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the southeastern United States. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 5: 45–51.

Unks, R. Environmental Controls of Reproduction and Early Growth of Lindera melissifolia (Lauraceae). M.S. thesis, North Carolina State University.

Taggart, J.B. and B.L. Wichmann. 2011. Baccharis glomeruliflora. Castanea 76(4): 426.

Wall, W.A., N.A. Douglas, Q-Y. Xiang (J.), W.A. Hoffmann, T.R. Wentworth, and M.G. Hohmann. 2011. Evidence for range stasis during the latter Pleistocene for the Atlantic Coastal Plain endemic genus, Pyxidanthera Michaux. Molecular Ecology 19(19): 4302–4314.

Wall, W.A., T.R. Wentworth, S. Shelingoski, J.M. Stucky, R.J. LeBlond, and W.A. Hoffmann. 2011. Lost and found: Remnants of the Big Savannah and their relationship to wet savannas in North Carolina. Castanea 76(4): 348–363.

Xiang, Q.-Y. (J.), D.T. Thomas, and Q.P. Xiang. 2011. Resolving and dating the phylogeny of Cornales- effects of taxon sampling, data partitions, and fossil calibrations. Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 59: 123–138.

2010

Axtell, A.E., A. DiTommaso, and A.R. Post. 2010. Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria): A threat to woodland habitats in the northern United States and southern Canada. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3: 190–196.

Boufford, D.E., C. Fu, Q.-Y. Xiang, and Y. Zhao. 2010. Observations on Buckleya (Thesiaceae) in China. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 4: 281–286.

Buchanan, M. and J.T. Finnegan. 2010. 2010 Natural Heritage Program list of the rare plant species of North Carolina. NC Natural Heritage Program, Raleigh.

Calles, T. and R. Schultze-Kraft. 2010. Stylosanthes (Leguminosae, Dalbergieae) of Venezuela. Willdenowia 40: 305–329.

Denslow, M.W., M.W. Palmer, and Z.E. Murrell. 2010. A bibliography of North Carolina local floras. Castanea 75: 475–483.

Dimick, B.P., J.M. Stucky, W. Wall, M.J. Vepraskas, T.R. Wentworth, and C. Arellano. 2010. Plant-soil-hydrology relationships in three Carolina bays in Bladen County, North Carolina, USA.  Castanea 75: 407–420. 

Feist, M.A.E. 2010. The reinstatement of Ptilimnium texense (Apiaceae) and a new key to the genus. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 4: 641–651.

Gregory, C., R. Braham, G. Blank, and J. Stucky. 2010. Habitat and search criteria of the rare sandhills lily, Lilium pyrophilum M.W. Skinner and Sorrie.  Castanea 75: 198–204.

Guo, Y. 2010. Molecular systematics of Philadelphus and molecular evolution of LFY in the core eudicots.  M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Krings, A. 2010. Manual of the vascular flora of Nags Head Woods, Outer Banks, North Carolina. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 103. New York Botanical Garden Press, New York.

Manchester, S.R., Q.-Y. (J.) Xiang, and X.P. Xiang. 2010. Fruits of Cornelian cherries (Cornaceae: Cornus subg. Cornus) in the Paleocene and Eocene of the northern hemisphere. International Journal of Plant Sciences 171: 882–891.

Post, A., R. Ali, A. Krings, Q.-Y. (J.) Xiang, B. Sosinski, and J. Neal. Accepted. On the identity of the weedy Cardamine (Brassicaceae) species in United States nurseries: Evidence from molecules and morphology. Weed Science.

Saville, A.C. 2010. Delimiting species boundaries in the Dichanthelium dichotomum (L.) Gould complex. M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Sorrie, B.A. 2010. A new variety of Eutrochium purpureum (Eupatorieae: Asteraceae). Phytoneuron 43: 1–6.

Wall, W.A., N.A. Douglas, Q.-Y. (J.) Xiang, W.A. Hoffmann, T.R. Wentworth, and M.G. Hohmann. 2010. Evidence for range stasis during the latter Pleistocene for the Atlantic Coastal Plain endemic genus, Pyxidanthera Michaux. Molecular Ecology 19: 4302–4314.

Xiang, Q.-Y. (J.), D.T. Thomas, and Q.P. Xiang. Accepted. Resolving and dating the phylogeny of Cornales–Effects of taxon sampling, data partitions, and fossil calibrations. Mol. Phylog. and Evol.

2009

Buchanan, M. and J.T. Finnegan. 2009. 2009 Natural Heritage Program list of the rare plant species of North Carolina. NC Natural Heritage Program, Raleigh.

Denslow, M.W. and D.B. Poindexter. 2009. Mentha suaveolens and M. ×rotundifolia in North Carolina: a clarification of distribution and taxonomic identity. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3: 383.

Douglas, N.A. and R. Spellenberg. In press. A new tribal classification of the Nyctaginaceae. Taxon.

Elam, C.E., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth, and J.D. Gregory. 2009. Vascular flora, plant communities, and soils of a significant natural area in the middle Atlantic Coastal Plain (Craven County, North Carolina). Castanea 74: 53–77.

Fantz, P.R. 2009. Species and names of Ophiopogon cultivated in the southeastern United States. HortTechnology 19(2): 385–394.

Fantz, P.R., J. Turner, L. Wright, and A. Russell. 2009. Certified plant professional study guide. North Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association. [CD, includes ca. 350 taxa, 1000 images]

Feng, C.M., S.R., Manchester, Q.-Y.(J.) Xiang. 2009. Phylogeny and biogeography of Alangiaceae (Cornales) inferred from DNA sequences, morphology, and fossils. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51: 201–214.

Feng, C.M., R. Qu, L.L. Zhou, D.Y. Xie, and Q-Y.(J.) Xiang. 2009. Shoot regeneration of dwarf dogwood (Cornus canadensis L.) and morphological characterization of the regenerated plants. Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult. 97: 27–37.

Fisk, C. and A. Krings. 2009. Clarification of the typification of Michaux names in eastern North American Vitis (Vitaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3:739–740.

Harris, AJ, Q.-Y.(J.) Xiang, and D. Thomas. 2009. Phylogeny, origin, and biogeographic history of Aesculus L. (Sapindales) -- an update from combined analysis of DNA sequences, morphology, and fossils. Taxon 58: 108–126.

Jackson, B.C., J.D. Pittillo, H.L. Allen, T.R. Wentworth, B.P. Bullock, and D.L. Loftis. 2009. Species Diversity and Composition in Old Growth and Second Growth Rich Coves of the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Castanea 74: 27–38.

Krings, A. 2009. A new species in the Ibatia species complex of Matelea s.l. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) from Colombia. Systematic Botany 34: 429–433.

Krings, A. 2009. Synopsis of Gonolobus s.s. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in Trinidad and Tobago. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3: 77–83.

Laing, J. 2009. How management strategies have affected Atlantic White-Cedar forest recovery after massive wind damage in the Great Dismal Swamp. M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh. 

O'Driscoll, M.G. 2009. Exotic plant management at the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, Greensboro, North Carolina, with observations on the spread and control of common periwinkle (Vinca minor). M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Peters, M., D.T. Thomas, J.M. Stucky, and Q-Y. Xiang. 2008. Genetic analyses of the federally endangered Echinacea laevigata using amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLP) – Inferences in population genetic structure and mating system. Conservation Genetics 10: 1–14.

Post, A.R., A. Krings, W.A. Wall, and J.C. Neal. 2009. Introduced lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria, Ranunculaceae) and its putative subspecies in the United States: A morphometric analysis. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3: 193–209.

Post, A.R., A. Krings, Q.-Y. Xiang, B.R. Sosinski, and J.C. Neal. 2009. Lectotypification of Cardamine flexuosa (Brassicaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3: 227–230.

Post, A.R., J.C. Neal, A. Krings, B.R. Sosinkski, and Q. Xiang. 2009. New Zealand bittercress (Cardamine corymbosa; Brassicaceae): New to the United States. Weed Technology 23: 604–607.

Pringle, J.S. and A.S. Weakley. 2009. Gentiana latidens (Gentianaceae), the Balsam Mountain gentian 111: 389–397.

Straub, S.C.K., B.A. Sorrie, and A.S. Weakley. 2009. Amorpha confusa, a new name for an old Amorpha (Fabaceae: Amorpheae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3: 151–155.

Walker, A.S. 2009. Soil seedbank of rare plant communities associated with diabase soils in Durham and Granville Counties, North Carolina. M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

West, A. 2009. Biology and management of bushkiller (Cayratia japonica). M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Wichmann, B.L. 2009. Vegetation of geographically isolated montane non-alluvial wetlands of the southern Blue Ridge of North Carolina. M.Sc. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Xiang, Q.P., Q.-Y. Xiang, Y.Y. Guo, and X.C. Zhang. 2009. Phylogeny of Abies (Pinaceae) inferred from ITS sequence data. Taxon 58: 141–152.

2008

Abit, P.P. 2008. Ecological and physiological basis for the distribution of woody plants along water availability gradients in the Southeastern United States mixed forest. Ph.D. dissertation, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Buchanan, M. and J.T. Finnegan. 2008. 2008 Natural Heritage Program list of the rare plant species of North Carolina. NC Natural Heritage Program, Raleigh.

Duno de Stefano, R., P.R. Fantz, G. Carnevali F.-C., and L.L. Can I. 2008. Centrosema and Clitoria (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae: Phaseoleae: Clitoriinae) in the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula, including three lectotypifications. Vulpia 7: 1–15.

Fantz, P.R. 2008. Macrophytography of cultivated liriopogons and genera delineation. HortTechnology 18(3): 334–342.

Fantz, P.R. 2008. Species of Liriope cultivated in the eastern United States. HortTechnology 18(3): 343–348.

Feist, M.A.E. and S.R. Downie. 2008. A Phylogenetic Study of Oxypolis and Ptilimnium (Apiaceae) Based on Nuclear rDNA ITS Sequences. Systematic Botany 33: 447–458.

Jackson, B.C.  2008.  Assessing species composition in second growth and old growth rich coves of the southern Appalachians.  Ph.D. dissertation, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Kirchoff, B., S. Baskauf, A. Krings, B. Purcell, and J. Cox.  2008.  Woody plants of the southeastern U.S.: A field course on CD.  Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis.  ISBN 978-1-930723-62-7

Krings, A.  2008.  A revision of Gonolobus s.s. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in the West Indies.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 2: 95–138

Krings, A.  2008.  Index of names and types in West Indian Gonolobinae (Apocynaceae-Asclepiadoideae), including fourteen new lectotypifications, one neotypification, a new name, and a new combination.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 2: 139–163.

Krings, A.  2008. Synopsis of Gonolobus s.l. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in the United States and its territories, including lectotypification of Lachnostoma arizonicum.  Harvard Papers in Botany 13: 209–218.

Krings, A., D. Thomas, and Q.-Y. Xiang.  2008.  On the generic circumscription of Gonolobus (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae): Evidence from molecules and morphology.  Systematic Botany 33: 403–415.

Manchester, S.R., Q.-Y.(J.) Xiang, T.M. Kodrul, and M. Akhmetiev. 2009. Leaves of Cornus (Cornaceae) from the Paleocene of North America and Asia confirmed by trichome characters. International Journal of Plant Sciences 170: 132–142.

Phipps, J.B. and K.A. Dvorsky. 2008. A taxonomic revision of Crataegus series Lacrimatae (Rosaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 2: 1101–1162.

Post, A.R. 2008. A systematic study of Cardamine weed species in United States container nurseries. M.Sc. thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Smith, T.A., D.L. Osmond, C.E. Moorman, J.M. Stucky, and J.W. Gilliam.  2008.  Effects of vegetation management on bird habitat in riparian buffer zones.  Southeastern Naturalist 7: 277–288.

Sorrie, B.A. and R.J. LeBlond. 2008. Noteworthy collections from the southeastern United States. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas2: 1353–1361.

Thomas, D.T., A.R. Ahedor, C.F. Williams, C. dePamphilis, D.J. Crawford, and Q-Y (J.) Xiang. 2008. Microsatellite analysis of a broad hybrid zone in Aesculus (Sapindales) -- Inferences in genetic structure and evolution. International Journal of Plant Sciences 169: 647–657.

Van den Eynden, V., M.P. Oatham, and W. Johnson. 2008.  How free access internet resources benefit biodiversity and conservation research: Trinidad and Tobago's endemic plants and their conservation status. Orynx 42: 400–407.

Xiang Q.-Y.(J.), J.L. Thorne, T.K. Seo, W. Zhang, D.T. Thomas, R.E. Ricklefs. 2008. Rates of nucleotide substitution in Cornaceae (Cornales)-pattern of variation and underlying causal factors. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49: 327–342.

Xiang Q.-Y.(J.) and D.T. Thomas. 2008. Tracking character evolution and biogeographic history through time in Cornaceae -- Does choice of methods matter?  Journal of Systematics and Evolution 46: 349–374.

Zhang, W., Q.-Y.(J.) Xiang, D.T. Thomas, B.M. Wiegmann, and D.E. Soltis. 2008.  Molecular evolution of PISTILLATA-like genes in the dogwood genus Cornus (Cornaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 47: 175–195.  

2007

Derr, J. and J.C. Neal.  2007.  Control of new weed species in the nursery industry.  Proc. Northeastern Weed Sci. Soc. 61: 32.

Elam, C.E.  2007.  Flora, plant communities, and soils of a significant natural area in the middle Atlantic Coastal Plain (Craven Co., North Carolina).  M.S. Thesis, North Carolina State University.

Estes, E. and R.L. Small.  2007.  Two new species of Gratiola (Plantaginaceae) from eastern North American and an updated circumscription for Gratiola neglecta.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 149–170.

Fleming, M.M., J.M. Stucky, and C. Brownie.  2007.  Effects and importance of soil wetness and neighbor vegetation on Solidago verna M. A. Curtis ex Torr. & A. Gray (Asteraceae): Transplant survivorship and growth.  Castanea.

Harris, AJ.  2007.  Molecular and morphological inference of the phylogeny, origin, and evolution of Aesculus L. (Sapindales).  M.S. Thesis, North Carolina State University.

Krings, A.  2007.  Novelties in Gonolobus (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) from the Lesser Antilles.  Systematic Botany 32: 180–194.

Krings, A. and A.C. Saville.  2007.  Two new species and three lectotypifications in the Ibatia-Matelea complex (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) from northern South America.  Systematic Botany 32: 862–871.

LeBlond, R.J., E.E. Schilling, R.D. Porcher, B.A. Sorrie, J.F. Townsend, P.D. McMillan, and A.S. Weakley.  2007.  Eupatorium paludicola (Asteraceae): A new species from the Coastal Plain of North and South Carolina.  Rhodora 109: 137–144.

Manchester, S.R., Q.-Y. Xiang, and Q.-P. Xiang.  2007.  Curtisia (Cornales) from the Eocene of Europe and its phytogeographical significance.  Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 155: 127–134.

Masson, R. and J.M. Stucky.  2007.  Lotus unifolioliatus var. helleri phenology and response to simulated mowing.  J. NC Acad. Sci.

Padgett, D.J.  2007.  A monograph of Nuphar (Nymphaeaceae).  Rhodora 109: 1–95.

Phipps, J.B. and K.A. Dvorsky.  2007.  Review of Crataegus series Apricae, ser. nov., and C. flava (Rosaceae).  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 171–202.

Ranney, T.G., N.P. Lynch, P.R. Fantz, and P. Capiello.  2007.  Clarifying taxonomy and nomenclature of Fothergilla (Hamamelidaceae) cultivars and hybrids.  Hort. Sci. 42: 470–473.

Sorrie, B.A. and A.S. Weakley.  2007a.  Notes on the Gaylussacia dumosa complex (Ericaceae).  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 333–344.

Sorrie, B.A. and A.S. Weakley.  2007b.  Notes on Lechea maritima var. virginica (Cistaceae).  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 367–368.

Sorrie, B.A., B.R. Keener, and A.L. Edwards.  2007.  Reinstatement of Sagittaria macrocarpa (Alismataceae).  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 345–350.

Vidra, R.L., T.H. Shear, and J.M. Stucky.  2007.  Effects of vegetation removal on native understory recovery in an exotic-rich forest.  J. Torr. Bot. Soc. 134: 410–419.

Wall, W.  2007.  Characterization of a North Carolina lower Coastal Plain wet pine savanna.  M.S. Thesis, North Carolina State University.

2006

Case, M.A., K.M. Flinn, J. Jancaitis, A. Alley, and A. Paxton.  2006.  Declining abundance of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) documented by herbarium specimens.  Biological Conservation 134: 22-30.

Fan, C. Z.,Q.-Y. (J.) Xiang, D.L. Remington, M.D. Purugganan, B.M. Wiegmann. 2006. Evolutionary pattern of antR-Cor gene in the dwarf dogwoods complex (Cornus, Cornaceae). Genetica. August (online first) 10.1007/s10709-006-0016-3.

Fantz, P.R. 2006a. Plant vouchering program at the JCRA. JC Raulston Arboretum Newsletter. 10(2): 4–5.

Fantz, P.R. 2006b. Cercis canadensis 'Ace of Hearts'. In: Paul Budding Ewing Woody. United States Plant Patent Number 17,161. 

Franklin, M.A., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth, C. Brownie, and T. Roulston. 2006. Limitations to fruit and seed production by Lysimachia asperulifolia Poir. (Primulaceae), a rare plant species of the Carolinas. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 133: 403–411.

Gadd, L. 2006. Pollination biology of the federally endangered Echinacea laevigata (Boynton & Beadle) Blake, Smooth Coneflower, in small, isolated populations.  M.S. thesis, North Carolina State University.

Jackson, B.C. 2006. Vegetation differences in neighboring old growth and second growth rich coves in the Joyce Kilmer wilderness area: A thirty-two-year perspective. M.S. thesis, North Carolina State University.

Karaman-Castro, V. and L.E. Urbatsch.  2006. Boltonia.  Pp. 353357 in Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds., Flora of North America, Vol. 20: Mangoliophyta: Asteridae (in part): Asteraceae, part 2.  Oxford University Press, New York.

Krings, A. 2006a. Four novelties and a lectotypification in Matelea (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) from Hispaniola. Sida 22: 941–953.

Krings, A. 2006b. Distribution and phenology of Gonolobus suberosus (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) and its varieties in North America. Vulpia 5: 23–40.

Krings, A. and P.R. Fantz. 2006. Notes on types in Apocynaceae - Asclepiadoideae in Cuban herbaria and four lectotypifications in West Indian Gonolobinae. Sida 22: 533–537. 

Krings, A. and R.J. Richardson. 2006. Cayratia japonica (Vitaceae) new to North Carolina and an updated key to the genera of Vitaceae in the Carolinas. Sida22: 813–815.

Modliszewski, J.L., D.T. Thomas, C.Z. Fan, D.J. Crawford, C.W. dePamphilis, Q.-Y. (J.) Xiang. 2006. Ancestral chloroplast polymorphism and historical secondary contact in a broad hybrid zone of Aesculus (Sapindaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 93: 377–388.

Neal, J.C. and M. Burton. 2006. Discovery of a federal noxious weed on a research station and its impacts on research and maintenance activities. Proc. Northeastern Weed Sci. Soc. 60:61. [abstract]

Phipps, J.B., R.J. O’Keenon, and K.A. Dvorsky. 2006. Review of Crataegus sect. Pulcherrimae (Rosaceae). Sida 22:973–1007.

Ranney, T.G. and P.R. Fantz. 2006. X Gordlinia grandiflora (Theaceae): An intergeneric hybrid between Franklinia alathamatha and Gordonia lasianthus. HortScience 41(6): 1386–1388.

Richardson, R.J., C.A. Judge, A. Krings, and J.C. Neal  2006. Bushkiller, a new invasive species in North Carolina.  Proc. Northeastern Weed Sci. Soc. 60: 3. [abstract]

Sorrie, B.A. and A.S. Weakley. 2006. Conservation of the endangered Pinus palustris ecosystem based on Coastal Plain centres of plant endemism. Applied Veg. Sci. 9: 59–66.

Stucky, J.M. 2006. Character tables for genera of the non-arboreal, spring-flowering flora of the eastern Piedmont in North Carolina. Vulpia 5: 41–51.

Stucky, J.M., U. Subramaniam, and M. McCullen. 2006. Plant identification keys for undergraduate students. J. North Carolina Acad. Sci. 122: 125–131.

Tripp, E. and K.G. Dexter. 2006. Sabal minor (Arecaceae): A new northern record of palms in eastern North America. Castanea 71: 172–177.

Xiang, Q.-Y. (J.), D.T. Thomas, W. Zhang, S.R. Manchester, and Z. Murrell. 2006. Species level phylogeny of the dogwood genus Cornus (Cornaceae) based on molecular and morphological evidence—implication in taxonomy and Tertiary intercontinental migration. Taxon 55: 9–30.

Zhang, W. 2006. Molecular evolution of floral homeotic b-class genes in the dogwood genus (Cornus, Cornaceae): Gene duplication, selection, and co-evolution. Ph.D. dissertation, North Carolina State University.

2005

Damschen, E.I.  2005.  Plant community response to landscape connectivity and patch shape.  Ph.D. dissertation, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Fantz, P.R.  2005.  Distribution of Clitoria (Leguminosae: Phaseoleae: Clitoriinae) for the Flora Mesoamericana area.  Vulpia 4: 42–51.

Fantz, P.R. and P. Woody.  2005.  'Ace of Hearts' and 'Little Woody' redbuds.  HortScience 40: 2209–2210.

Fleming, M.  2005.  Effects and importance of soil wetness and neighboring vegetation on Solidago verna.  M.S. thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Krings, A.  2005a.  Typification of Ceropegia palustris Pursh and Lyonia maritima Elliott (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae).  Sida 21: 1507–1513.

Krings, A.  2005b.  A new combination in Matelea (Apocynaceae – Asclepiadoideae) for an endemic Jamaican vine.  Sida 21: 1515–1517.

Krings, A.  2005c.  A new species of Matelea (Apocynaceae – Asclepiadoideae) from Hispaniola.  Sida 21: 1519–1523.

Krings, A.  2005d.  Notes on the Matelea bayatensis-correllii-tigrina complex (Apocynaceae – Asclepiadoideae – Gonolobinae) in the Greater Antilles and Bahamas.  Sida 21: 1525–1533.

Krings, A.  2005e.  The flora of Nags Head Woods and the Outer Banks of North Carolina: Additions and corrections.  J. NC Acad. Sci. 21: 111–116.

Krings, A.  2005f.  Lectotypification and a new combination in Matelea (Apocynaceae – Asclepiadoideae) for an endemic Hispaniolan vine.  Sida 21: 2081–2085.

Krings, A. and R. Braham.  2005.  Guide to tendrillate climbers of Costa Rican mountains.  Blackwell Publishing, Ames.

Krings, A. and Q.-Y. Xiang.  2005.  Taxonomy of the Gonolobus complex (Apocynaceae – Asclepiadoideae) in the southeastern US: ISSR evidence and parsimony analysis.  Harvard Papers in Botany 10: 147–159.

Krings, A., F. Areces Berazaín, and J.C. Lazcano Lara.  2005.  New and rediscovered milkweeds from Cuba: Calotropis gigantea and Gonolobus stephanotrichus (Apocynaceae – Asclepiadoideae).  Willdenowia 35: 315–318.

Krings, A., A.S. Weakley, J.C. Neal, and E. Swab.  2005.  Ranunculus ficaria (Ranunculaceae) new to North Carolina and an updated key to Carolina congeners.  Sida 21: 2429–2437.

Krings, A., AJ Harris, F.M. Inman, E. Lee, and A.R. Richardson.  2005.  An annotated catalogue of the Bertram Whittier Wells Big Savannah (Pender Co., North Carolina) collections in the North Carolina State University Herbarium.  Vulpia 4: 52–67.

Heafner, K.D. and R.D. Bray.  2005.  Taxonomic reassessment of North American granite outcrop Isoetes species with emphasis on vegetative morphology and I. piedmontana (Pfeiffer) Reed sensu lato.  Castanea 70: 204–221.

Peters, M.  2005.  Genetic analyses of the federally endangered Echinacea laevigata using amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLP)—inferences in population genetic structure and mating systems.  M.S. thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Shelingoski, S., R.J. LeBlond, J.M. Stucky, and T.R. Wentworth.  2005.  Flora and soils of Wells Savannah, an example of a unique savanna type.  Castanea 70: 101–114.

Stucky, J.M. and E.C. Swab.  2005.  Winter keys to common, wetland, trees, shrubs, and woody vines of the North Carolina Coastal Plain.  Vulpia 4: 68–93.

Weakley, A.S.  2005.  Change over time in our understanding of the flora of the southeastern United States:  Implications for plant systematics, bioinformatics, and conservation.  Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, Durham.

Xiang, Q.-Y. and D.E. Boufford.  2005.  Cornaceae, Mastixiaceae, Toricelliaceae, Helwingiacaee, Aucubaceae. Pages 206234 in Wu, Z.Y. and P.H. Raven (eds).  Flora of China. Vol. 14 (Apiaceae through Ericaceae).  Science Press, Beijing, and Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis.

Xiang, Q.-Y., S.R. Manchester, D.T. Thomas, W.H. Zhang, and C.Z. Fan.  2005.  Phylogeny, biogeography, and molecular dating of cornelian cherries (Cornus, Cornaceae)—tracking Tertiary plant migration.  Evolution 59: 139–155. 

2004 

Calles, T.  2004.  Biogeography of the tropical legume genus Stylosanthes in Venezuela.  M.S. Thesis, Univ. Hohenheim, Stuttgart.

Elliott, W., D.J. Werner and P.R. Fantz.  2004.  A hybrid of Buddleja davidii var. nanhoensis 'Nanho Purple' and B. lindleyana. HortScience 39: 15811583.

Fan, C.Z, M.D. Purugganan, D.T. Thomas, B.M. Wiegmann, (J.) Q.-Y. Xiang.  2004.  Heterogeneous evolution of the Myc-like Anthocyanin regulatory gene and its phylogenetic utility in Cornus L. (Cornaceae). Mol. Phyl. Evol. 33: 580594.

Fantz, P.R.  2004.  Distribution of Centrosema (DC.) Benth. (Leguminosae: Phaseoleae: Clitoriinae) for the Flora Mesoamericana project.  Vulpia 3: 99139.

Fantz, P.R., F.T. Lasseigne, and D. Mays.  2004.  Cultivated monocotyledonous taxa at the NC State University herbarium.  Vulpia 3: 3242.

Fantz, P.R., F.T. Lasseigne, and D. Mays.  2004.  Cultivated lower vascular plants and gymnosperm taxa at the NC State University herbarium. Vulpia 3: 4350.

Jelinek, S.T.  2004.  The association of weed species richness and abundance with field margin type in crop fields.  M.S. Thesis, NC State Univ., Raleigh.

Karlson, D.T., (J.) Q.-Y. Xiang, V.E. Stirm†, A.M Shirazi, E.N. Ashworth.  2004.  Phylogenetic analyses in Cornus substantiate ancestry of xylem supercooling freezing behavior and reveal lineage of desiccation related proteins.  Plant Physiology 135: 16541665.

Krings, A. 2004. Abaxial foliar vestiture of Desmodium Desv. (Fabaceae) in North Carolina and vegetative recognition of the species. Vulpia 3: 140172.

Krings, A. and C. Franklin.  2004.  An annotated, preliminary checklist of the vascular flora of Camp Butner, North Carolina.  Sida 21: 11311139.

Krings, A. and Q.-Y. Xiang.  2004.  The Gonolobus complex (Apocynaceae - Asclepiadoideae) in the southeastern United States. Sida 21: 103116.

Lees, B.  2004.  Characterization and community analysis of three Carolina Bays in Bladen County, North Carolina.  M.S. Thesis, NC State Univ., Raleigh.

McLaughlin, D.C.  2004.  Synopsis of the morphology and taxonomy of Carex section Glaucescentes in North America.  M.S. Thesis, Texas A & M Univ., College Station.

Nesom, G.L. and J.M. Stucky.  2004.  Taxonomy of the Liatris pilosa (graminifolia) group (Asteraceae: Eupatorieae).  Sida 21: 815826.

Plowman, T. and N. Hensold. 2004. Names, types, and distribution of neotropical species of Erythroxylum (Erythroxylaceae). Brittonia 56: 1-53

Rosenfeld, K.M.  2004.  Ecology of Bird Island, North Carolina: an uninhabited, undeveloped barrier island. M.S. Thesis, NC State Univ., Raleigh.

Sullivan, J.R.  2004.  The genus Physalis (Solanaceae) in the southeastern United States.  Rhodora 106: 305326.

Tripp, E.A.  2004.  The current status of two rare species of Ruellia (Acanthaceae) in Pennsylvania.  Bartonia 62: 5562.

Vidra, R.L.  2004. I mplications of exotic species invasion for restoration of urban riparian forests.  Ph.D. dissertation, NC State Univ., Raleigh.

Wilbur, R.L.  2004.  The subgeneric nomenclature for the herbaceous-stemmed Smilax species of North America.  Brittonia 56: 166168.

Xiang, Q.-Y. Cornales.  Encyclopedia of Life Sciences.  Nature Publishing Group, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, London.  In press.

Xiang (J.) Q.-Y., W.H. Zhang, R.E. Ricklefs, H. Qian, Z.D. Cheng, J. Wen, and J.H. Li.  2004.  Regional differences in speciation and ITS evolution: A comparison between eastern Asia and eastern North America. Evolution. 58: 21752184.

Xiang, Q.P., (J.) Q.-Y. Xiang, A. Liston, and X.C. Zhang.  2004.  Phylogenetic relationships in Abies (Pinaceae): evidence from PCR-RFLP of the nuclear ribosomal DNA internal transcribed spacer region. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 145: 425435.

2003 

Bradley, K.L., E. I. Damschen, L. M. Young, D. Kuefler, S. Went, G. Wray, N. M. Haddad, J. M. H. Knops, S. M. Louda.  2003.  Spatial heterogeneity, not visitation bias, dominates variation in herbivory.  Ecology 84(8): 22142221. 

Fan, C. Z. and Q.-Y. Xiang.  2003.  Phylogenetic analyses of Cornales based on 26S rDNA and combined 26S rDNA-matK-rbcL sequence data.  American Journal of Botany 90(9): 13571372.

Fantz, P.R.   2003.  A teaching tool: A key to selected Gymnosperms.  Vulpia 2: 4364. 

Fantz, P.R.   2003.  A teaching tool: A key to selected Fagaceae.  Vulpia 2: 6576. 

Fantz, P.R., T. Lasseigne, and D. Mays.  2003.  Cultivated dicotyledonous taxa at the NC State University Herbarium, II: Additions to the collections in 2002. Vulpia 2:8193. 

Krings, A.  2003.  Typification and nomenclatural history of Trachelospermum difforme (Apocynaceae).  Sida 20(4): 16411644. 

Krings, A.  2003.  Contributions to the flora of Nags Head Woods, I: Key to the trees and shrubs.  Vulpia 2(1): 114. 

Krings, A.  2003.  Contributions to the flora of Nags Head Woods, II: Key to the vines.  Vulpia 2(1): 1522. 

Krings, A.  2003.  Exsiccatae of Carolina Richardia (Rubiaceae) studied in an analysis of floral variation.   Vulpia 2(1): 7780. 

Krings, A.  2003.  Wetland vines of the Carolinas.  Applied Taxonomic Solutions, Raleigh.  [CD-ROM] 

Krings, A.  2003.  Common grasses of the Carolinas.  Applied Taxonomic Solutions, Raleigh.  [CD-ROM] 

Ranney, Thomas G., Thomas A. Eaker, Paul R. Fantz and Clifford R. Parks.   2003.  X Schimlinia floribunda (Theaceae):  A new intergeneric hybrid between Franklinia alatamaha and Schima argentea.  HortScience 38(5): 668. [Abstract] 

Ranney, Thomas G., Thomas A. Eaker, Paul R. Fantz and Clifford R. Parks.   2003.  X Schimlinia floribunda (Theaceae): A new intergeneric hybrid between Franklinia alatamaha and Schima argentea.  HortScience 38(6): 11982000. 

Stucky, J.M.   2003.  Winter twig keys to common, native, fully deciduous trees and phanerophyte shrubs of the North Carolina eastern Piedmont. Vulpia 2: 2342. 

Xiang, (Jenny) Q.-Y., Y. Shui, and Z. Murrell.  2003.  Cornus eydeana (Cornaceae), A New Cornelian Cherry from China –Notes on Systematics and Evolution.   Systematic Botany 28(4): 757-764. 

2002  

Boetsch, J.R.  2002.  The Aizoaceae and Molluginaceae of the southeastern United States.  Castanea 67: 4253. 

Fantz, P.R.  2002.   Distribution of Centrosema (Leguminosae: Phaseoleae: Clitoriinae) for the Flora of North America project.  Vulpia 1: 4181. 

Fantz, P.R.  2002.   Distribution of Clitoria (Leguminosae: Phaseoleae: Clitoriinae) for the Flora of North America project.  Vulpia 1: 82132.

Fantz, P.R.  2002.   History and clarification of the name Clitoria sericea (Leguminosae).   Vulpia 1: 157162. 

Floyd, J.W.  2002.  Phylogenetic and biogeographic patterns in Gaylussacia (Ericaceae) based on morphological, nuclear DNA, and chloroplast DNA variation.  Systematic Botany 27: 99115. 

Krings, A.  2002.   Floral variation and diagnosis of Richardia (Rubiaceae) in the Carolinas.   Castanea 67: 329330. 

Krings, A.  2002.   The Nags Head Woods collections of the National Park Service Cape Hatteras National Seashore herbarium (CAHA).  J. NC Acad. Sci.118(3): 145155. 

Krings, A.  2002.   A new species of Gonolobus (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadeae, Gonolobinae) from southern Costa Rica.  Sida 20 (1): 105108.   

Krings, A.  2002.   Additions to the flora of Nags Head Woods (Dare County, North Carolina) and the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Sida 20(2): 839843. 

Krings, A.  2002.   Keys to the vines of Carolina wetlands.  Vulpia 1: 2340.   

Krings, A.  2002.   Cultivated, dicotyledonous taxa at the North Carolina State University herbarium.   Vulpia1: 133156.   

Krings, A., M.G. Burton, and A.C. York.  2002.  Commelina benghalensis (Commelinaceae) new to North Carolina and an updated key to Carolina congeners.  Sida 20(1): 419422.  

Krings, A., R. Westbrooks, and J. Lloyd.  2002.  Cirsium nuttallii (Asteraceae: Cynareae): New to North Carolina and an illustrated key to southeastern congeners.   Sida 20(2): 845848. 

Preston, R.J. and R.R. Braham.  2002.   North American trees.  Iowa State Press, Ames. 

Skinner, M.W. and B.A. Sorrie.  2002.   Conservation and ecology of Lilium pyrophilum, a new species of Liliaceae from the Sandhills region of the Carolinas and Virginia, U.S.A.  Novon 12: 94105. 

Stucky, J.M.  Key to families and genera of native and naturalized, winter- and spring-flowering herbs, vines, and shrubs of the Raleigh area.  Vulpia 1: 122.  

Weigant, P.L.  2002.  Distribution of Aletris in North America.  J. NC Acad. Sci. 118(1): 4449. 

Wilbur, R.L.  2002.  Thomas Walter's Oaks from the Coastal Region of South Carolina.  Rhodora 104: 134150. 

Xiang, Q.-Y., M. L. Moody, D. E. Soltis, C.-Z. Fan, and P. S. Soltis.  2002.  Relationships within Cornales and circumscription of Cornaceae – matK and rbcL sequence data and effects of outgroups and long branches.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 24: 3557. 

2001 

Bartone, H.A. and M.A. Franklin.  2001.  Character analysis of floral displays in Lysimachia asperulifolia and co-flowering species in savannah-pocosin ecotones of coastal North Carolina.  J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 117(3): 179.  [Abstract] 

Bruck, I.S. and W.S. Chilton.  2001.   K’ekchi Mayan ethnobotany and the search for novel pesticide compounds.  J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 117(3): 180.  [Abstract] 

Fan, C.-Z. and Q.-Y. Xiang.  2001. Phylogenetic relationships within Cornus L. (Cornaceae) based on 26S rDNA sequences.  American J. Botany 88:11311138. 

Fantz, P.R.  2001a.  Barbieria.  In D.W. Stevens, C. Ulloa Ulloa, A. Pool, and O.M. Montiel, eds.  Flora de Nicaragua.  Monogr. Syst. Bot. 85(2): 961962. 

Fantz, P.R.  2001b.  Centrosema.  In D.W. Stevens, C. Ulloa Ulloa, A. Pool, and O.M. Montiel, eds.  Flora de Nicaragua.  Monogr. Syst. Bot. 85(2): 966971. 

Fantz, P.R.  2001c.  Clitoria.  In D.W. Stevens, C. Ulloa Ulloa, A. Pool, and O.M. Montiel, eds.  Flora de Nicaragua.  Monogr. Syst. Bot. 85(2): 973976. 

Franklin, M.A., J.M. Stucky, and T.R. Wentworth.  2001.  Reproductive ecology of Lysimachia asperulifolia: seed production in natural populations.   J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 117 (3): 178.   [Abstract] 

Hardin, J.W., C.F. Brownie, and A. Krings.  2001.  Plants poisonous to livestock and pets in North Carolina.  [http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/botany/ncsc/Poisonplants/].  NC State University, Raleigh, NC. 

Heafner, K.D.  2001.  Pellaea wrightiana Hooker (Pteridaceae) in North Carolina revisted with a new record for eastern North America and a key to Pellaea species in the Carolinas.  Castanea 66(4): 319326. 

Krings, A.  2001.  Vines of North Carolina: Floristic analysis and phytogeographical notes.  J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 117(3): 179180.  [Abstract] 

Krings, A.  2001.  Vines of a temperate state: Still undercollected?  Sida 19(4): 11471155. 

Krings, A.  2001.  Neotypification of Enslenia albida and a new name in Ampelamus for Cynanchum laeve (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae).  Sida 19(4): 925929. 

Krings, A.  2001.  North Carolina State University Herbarium (NCSC): A brief history and a preliminary overview of the collections.  J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 117 (4): 224239. 

Krings, A. and J. Neal.  2001.   A Scutellaria (Lamiaceae) new to North Carolina and a key to the small-flowered Carolina congeners.  Sida 19(3): 735739. 

Krings, A. and J. Neal.  2001.   South American skullcap (Scutellaria racemosa Pers., Lamiaceae) in the southeastern United States.  Sida 19(4): 11711179. 

Lasseigne, F.T., P.R. Fantz, J.C. Raulston, and G.B. Straley.  2001.  X Sinocalycanthus raulstonii (Calycanthaceae): A new intergeneric hybrid between Sinocalycanthus chinensis and Calycanthus floridus.  HortScience 36: 765767.  

LeBlond, R.J. and B.A. Sorrie.  2001.   Additions to and noteworthy records for the flora of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina.  Castanea 66(3): 288302. 

Stucky, J.M. and A. Krings.  2001.  The families and genera of native and naturalized spring-flowering herbs, vines, and shrubs of the Raleigh-area.  [http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/botany/ncsc/ Spring_flora/].  NC State University, Raleigh, NC. 

Stucky, J.M., A. Krings, A.L. Belskis, J.M. Cianchetta, E.S. Niven, and A.B. Russell.  2001.   Common,Woody, Piedmont and Coastal Plain, Wetland Plants of the Carolinas. [http://ceres.cals.ncsu.edu/wetland/].  NC State University, Raleigh, NC. 

Troyer, J.R.  2001.  The Hyams family, father and sons, contributors to North Carolina botany.  J. Elisha Mitchell. Sci. Soc. 117(4): 240248.

Xiang, Q. Y. and D. E. Soltis.  2001. Dispersal-Vicariance analyses of intercontinental disjuncts: historical biogeographical implications for angiosperms in the Northern Hemisphere.  International J. Plant Sciences 162: S2939.   

2000 

Fritsch, P.W. and S.D. Lucas. 2000. Clinal variation in the Halesia carolina complex (Styracaceae). Systematic Botany 25: 197-210.

Johnson, L.A. and T.L. Weese.  2000. Geographic distribution, morphological and molecular characterization, and relationships of Lathrocasis tenerrima (Polemoniaceae).  Western North American Naturalist 60 (4): 355373.  

Krings, A. and J. Neal.  2000. A Scutellaria (Lamiaceae) new to North Carolina and a key to the small-flowered Carolina congeners.  Sida 19(3): 735739.

LeBlond, R.J.  2000.  Solidago villosicarpa (Asteraceae: Astereae), a rare new southeastern coastal plain endemic.  Sida 19(2): 291300. 

Rouse, R.J., P.R. Fantz, and T.E. Bilderback.  2000.  Descriptions and a key to cultivars of japanese cedar cultivated in the eastern United States.  HortTechnology 10(2): 253266. 

Scherrer, E.  2000.  Using microtopography to restore wetland plant communities in eastern North Carolina.  M.S. Thesis, NC State University, Raleigh, NC. 

Stucky, J.M. and A. Krings.  2000.   Common, Woody, Piedmont and Coastal Plain Wetland Plants of the Carolinas. [http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/botany /ncsc/Wetland/project/ Index.htm] 

Tompkins, R.D. and J.M. Stucky.  2000.  Microhabitat study of Lotus unifoliatus var. helleri: Microdistribution, associated species, and potential effects of roadside mowing.  Castanea 65(3): 213330.