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References of Interest

General articles addressing Native Seed Transfer:

Burton, Phillip J. & Burton Carla M. (2002) Promoting Genetic Diversity in the Production of Large Quantities of Native Plant Seeds.  Ecological Restoration. 20:117-123

Havens, Kayri (1998) The Genetics of Plant Restoration, an Overview and a Surprise, Restoration and Management Notes. 16(1) Summer: 68-72.

Hufford, K. and S. J. Mazer. (2003) Plant ecotypes: Genetic differentiation in the age of ecological restoration. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 18: 147-155.

Johnson, G. R., F. C. Sorensen, J. B. St. Clair, and R. C. Cronn. 2004. Pacific Northwest forest tree seed zones- a template for native plants? Native Plants Journal in press.

Kaye, T. N. 2002. Common ground and controversy in native plant restoration: the SOMS debate, source distance, plant selections, and a restoration oriented definition of native. Pages 5-12 in D. L. Haase and R. Rose, editors. Proceedings of the conference: Native plant propagation and restoration strategies. December 12-13, 2001. Nursery Technology Cooperative and Western Forestry and Conservation Association, Eugene, OR.

Keller, L. and Waller, D.M. (2002) Inbreeding effects in wild populations. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17:230-241

Knapp, Eric E. & Rice, Kevin J. (1994) Starting from Seed: Genetic Issues in Using Native Grasses for Restoration. Restoration and Management Notes, 12: 40-45.

McKay, John K., Christian, Caroline E., Harrison, Susan & Rice, Kevin J. (2005)
"How Local Is Local?"—A Review of Practical and Conceptual Issues in the Genetics of Restoration. Restoration Ecology 13 (3): 432-440.

Nagy, Eric S. (1997) Frequency-Dependent Seed Production and Hybridization Rates: Implications for Gene Flow Between Locally Adapted Plant Populations. Evolution. 51:1079-1089.

Peck, Morton E. (Jan., 1925) A Preliminary Sketch of the Plant Regions of Oregon. I. Western Oregon American Journal of Botany, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 33-49

Rogers, Deborah L. (2004) Genetic Erosion: No Longer Just an Agricultural Issue.Native Plants Journal, Volume 5, Number 2, Fall 2004: 112-122

Rogers, D.L. and A.M. Montalvo (2004) Genetically appropriate choices for plant materials to maintain biological diversity.  University of California.  Report to the USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, Lakewood, CO.

Sackville Hamilton, N.R. (2001) Is local provenance important in habitat creation? A reply. Journal of Applied Ecology, 38 (6), 1374-1376.

Wilkinson, David M. (2001) Is Local Provenance Important in Habitat Creation? Journal of Applied Ecology, 38:1371-1373.

Program Specific Genetic Issues

Dolan, Rebecca W., Schnabel, Andrew& Marr Deborah.  Genetic Variation in Plants in Restored Prairie populations at Kankakee Sands, Indiana. 03-03-06.

Erickson, B., and Navarrete-Tindall, N.E. (2004) Missouri native ecotype program: increasing local-source native seed. Natural Areas Journal. 24(1):15-22.

Houseal, G. and Smith, D.  (2000)  Source-Identified Seed:  The Iowa Roadside Experience.  Ecological Restoration.  18 (3): 173–184.

Species Genetic and Taxonomic Studies

Arnow, L. A.. 1994. Koeleria macrantha and K. pyramidata (Poaceae): Nomenclatural problems and biological distinctions. Systematic Botany 19:6-20.

Burton, T. L., and B. C. Husband. 2000. Fitness differences among diploids, tetraploids, and their triploid progeny in Chamerion angustifolium: mechanisms of inviability and implications for polyploidy evolution. Evolution 54:1182-1191.

Clausen, J., D. D. Keck, and W. M. Hiesey. 1940. Experimental studies on the nature of species. I.effect of varied environments on western North American plants. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 520, Washington, DC.

Clay, K., and J. Antonovics. 1985a. Demographic genetics of the grass Danthonia spicata: success of progeny from chasmogamous and cleistogamous flowers. Evolution 39:205-210.

—. 1985b. Quantitative variation of progeny from chasmogamous and cleistogamous flowers in the grass Danthonia spicata. Evolution 39:335-348.

Erickson, V. J., N. L. Mandel, and F. C. Sorensen. 2004. Landscape patterns of phenotypic variation and population structuring in a selfing grass, Elymus glaucus (blue wildrye). Ecological Applications In Press.

Fenster, C. B., and V. L. Sork. 1988. Effect of crossing distance and male parent on in vivo pollen tube growth in Chamaechrista fasciculata. American Journal of Botany 75:1898-1903.

Fenster, C. B. and L. F. Galloway. 2000. Inbreeding and outbreeding depression in natural populations of Chamaecrista fasciculata (Fabaceae): consequences for conservation biology. Conservation Biology 14:1406-1412.

Galloway, L. F. and C. B. Fenster. 2000. Population differentiation in an annual legume: local adaptation. Evolution 54:1173-1181.

Galloway, L. F., and J. R. Etterson. 2004. Population differentiation and hybrid success in Campanula americana: geography and genome size. Journal of Evolutionary Biology: In Press (available online October, 2004).

Gustafson, D. J., D. J. Gibson, and D. L. Nickrent. 2004b. Conservation genetics of two co-dominant grass species in an endangered grassland ecosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology 41:389-397.

Harlan, J. R. 1945a. Cleistogamy and chasmogamy in Bromus carinatus Hook. & Arn. American Journal of Botany 32:66-72.

—. 1945b. Natural breeding structure in the Bromus carinatus complex as determined by population analyses. American Journal of Botany 32:142-148.

Hiesey, W. M., and M. A. Nobs. 1970. Genetic and transplant studies on contrasting species and ecological races of the Achillea millefolium complex. Botanical Gazette 131(3):245-259.

Husband, B. C., D. W. Schemske, T. L. Burton, and C. Goodwillie. 2002. Pollen competition as a unilateral reproductive barrier between sympatric diploid and tetraploid Chamerion angustifolium. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences 269:2565-2571.

Karron, J. D. 1989. Breeding systems and levels of inbreeding depression in geographically restricted and widespread species of Astragalus (Fabaceae). American Journal of Botany 76:331-340.

Knapp, E. E., and K. J. Rice. 1996. Genetic structure and gene flow in Elymus glaucus (blue wildrye): Implications for native grassland restoration. Restoration Ecology 4:1-11.

Linhart, Y. B., and J. L. Gehring. 2003. Genetic variability and its ecological implications in the clonal plant Carex scopulorum Holm. in Colorado tundra. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 35:429-433.

Menges, E.S.; Dolan, R.W. (1998) Demographic viability of populations of Silene regia in Midwestern prairies: relationships with fire management, genetic variation, geographic location, population size and isolation. Journal of Ecology. 86, 1: 63-78.

Montalvo, Arlee M.  Ellstrand, Norman C. (2001) Nonlocal Transplantation and Outbreeding Depression in the Subshrub Lotus scoparius (Fabaceae). American Journal of Botany, 88:258-269.

Price, M. V., and N. M. Waser. 1981. Pollinator choice and stabilizing selection for flower color in Delphinium nelsonii.  Evolution 35:376-390.

Purdy, B. G., and R. J. Bayer. 1995a. Genetic diversity in the tetraploid sand dune endemic Deschampsia mackenzieanna and its widespread diploid progenitor D. cespitosa (Poaceae). American Journal of Botany 82:121-130.

Scheiner, S. M., and C. J. Goodnight. 1984. The comparison of phenotypic plasticity and genetic variation in populations of the grass Danthonia spicata. Evolution 38:845-855.

Schulke, B., and N. M. Waser. 2001. Long-distance pollinator flights and pollen dispersal between populations of Delphinium nuttallianum. Oecologia on line: DOI 10.1007/s004420000586:1-13.

Snyder, L. A. 1950. Morphological variability and hybrid development in Elymus glaucus.  American Journal of Botany 37:628-636.

St. Clair, J.B., Mandel, N.L., and Vance-Borland, K.W. (2005) Genecology of Douglas-fir in western Oregon and Washington. Annals of Botany,  96:1199-1214

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