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  • Adams, R. P. 2008. Taxonomy of Juniperus communis in North America: insights from variation in nrDNA SNPs. Phytologia 90:176-192.
  • Aiken, S. G. and L. P. Lefkovitch. 1990. Arctagrostis (Poaceae, tribe Pooideae) in North America and Greenland. Can. J. Bot. 68:2422-2432.
  • Aiken, S. G., L. P. Lefkovitch, S. E. Gardiner and W. W. Mitchell. 1994. Evidence against the existence of varieties in Arctagrostis latifolia ssp. arundinacea (Poaceae). Can. J. Bot. 72:1039-1050.
  • Al-Shehbaz, I., J. R. Grant, R. Lipkin, D. F. Murray, and C. Parker. 2006. Parrya nauruaq (Brassicaceae) a new species from Alaska. Submitted Novon.
  • Albach, D. C. and M. W. Chase. 2001. Paraphyly of Veronica (Veroniceae; Scrophulariaceae): Evidence from the Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) Sequences of Nuclear Ribosomal DNA. Journal of Plant Research 114:9-18.
  • Alsos, I. G., T. Engelskj°n, L. Gielly, P. Taberlet, and C. Brochmann. 2005. Impact of ice ages on circumpolar molecular diversity: insights from an ecological key species. Molecular Ecol. 14: 2739-2753.
  • Anderberg, A. A. and S. Kelso. 1996. Phylogenetic implications of endosperm cell wall morphology in Douglasia, Androsace, and Vitaliana (Primulaceae). Nord. J. Bot. 16:481-486.
  • Argus, G. W. 1965. The taxonomy of the Salix glauca complex in North America. Contr. Gray Herb. 196:1-142.
  • Argus, G. W. 1969. New combinations in the Salix of Alaska and Yukon. Can. J. Bot. 47:795-801.
  • Argus, G. W. 1973. The genus Salix in Alaska and Yukon. Publ. Botany No. 2. Nat. Mus. Nat. Sci. Canada, Ottawa. 279 pp.
  • Argus, G. W. 1974. A new species of Salix from northern British Columbia. Can. J. Bot. 52:1303-1304.
  • Argus, G. W. 2000. A guide to the identification of willows in Alaska, the Yukon Territory and adjacent regions. Workshop on Willow Identification. 138 pp.
  • Argus, G. W. 2004. The interactive identification of native and naturalized New World Salix using Intkey (Delta). Workshop on Willow Identification. 41 pp. + figs.
  • Barkworth, M. E. and R. J. Atkins. 1984. Leymus Hochst. (Gramineae: Triticeae) in North America: taxonomy and distribution. Amer. J. Bot. 75:609-625.
  • Barkworth, M. E. and K. M. Capels. 2000. Grasses in North America: A geographic perspective. Pages 331-350 in Jacobs, S. W. L. and J. Everett, eds. Grasses: Systematics and Evolution. CSIRO: Melbourne.
  • Barkworth, M. E., K. M. Capels, S. Long and M. B. Piep (eds.). 2003. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 25, Magnoliophyta: Commelinidae (in part): Poaceae, part 2. Oxford University Press, New York. 783 pp. Specifically, the following treatment incorporated information derived from ALA: Muhlenbergia.
  • Bassett, I. J. and C. W. Crompton. 1973. The genus Atriplex (Chenopodiaceae) in Canada and Alaska. III. Three hexaploid annuals: A. subspicata, A. gmelinii, and A. alaskensis. Can. J. Bot. 51:1715-1723.
  • Bayer, R. J. 1987. Evolution and phylogenetic relationships of the Antennaria (Asteraceae: Inuleae) polyploid agamic complexes. Biol. Zentralblatt 106:683-698.
  • Bayer, R. J. 1989. A systematic and phytogeographic study of Antennaria aromatica and A. densifolia (Asteraceae: Inuleae) in the western North American cordillera. Madro˝o 36:248-259.
  • Bayer, R. J. 1990. A phylogenetic reconstruction of Antennaria (Asteraceae: Inuleae). Can. J. Bot. 68:1389-1397.
  • Bayer, R. J. 1993. A taxonomic revision of the genus Antennaria (Asteraceae: Inuleae: Gnaphaliinae) of Alaska and Yukon Territory, Northwestern North America. Arctic and Alpine Research 25:150-159.
  • Berkutenko, A. N. 1995. Detective story about one Linnaean species of Cruciferae. Linzer Biol. Beitr. 27:1115-1122.
  • Berkutenko, A. N. 1998. Does the whitlow-grass Draba sibirica (Pall.) Thell. occur in North America. Can. Field-Nat. 112:513-515.
  • Britton, D. M. and D. F. Brunton. 1996. Isoetes xpseudotruncata, a new triploid hybrid from western Canada and Alaska. Can. J. Bot. 74:51-59.
  • Brooks, R. R., R. S. Morrison, R. D. Reeves, T. R. Dudley and Y. Akman. 1979. Hyperacumulation of nickel by Alyssum Linnaeus (Cruciferae). Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 203:387-403.
  • Brysting, A. K., S. G. Aiken, L. P. Lefkovitch, and R. L. Boles. 2003. Dupontia (Poaceae) in North America. Can. J. Bot. 81: 769-779,
  • Brysting, A. K., M. F. Fay, I. J. Leitch, and S. G. Aiken. 2004. One or more species in the arctic grass genus Dupontia?-a contribution to the Panarctic Flora Project. Taxon 53: 365-382.
  • Carroll, A. B., C. Parker and T. Craig. 2003. Toolik Lake Research Natural Area/ACEC Rare Plant Inventory, 2002. U.S. Department of Interior BLM-Alaska Open File Report 90. 15 pp.
  • Cayouette, J. and S. J. Darbyshire. 1993. The intergeneric hybrid grass "Poa labradorica". Nord. J. Bot. 13:615-629.
  • Chapin, F. S. III, T. Hollingsworth, D. F. Murray, L. A. Viereck, and M. D. Walker. 2006. Floristic diversity and vegetation distribution in the Alaskan boreal forest. Chapter 6, pp. 81-99, In: Chapin, F. S.III, M. W. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L. A. Viereck, and D. L. Verbyla. Alaska's Changing Boreal Forest. LTER Series. Oxford Univ. Press, N.Y.
  • Chmielewski, J. G. and C. C. Chinnappa. 1988. The genus Antennaria (Asteraceae: Inuleae) in North America: multivariate analysis of variation patterns in Antennaria rosea sensu lato. Can. J. Bot. 66:1583-1609.
  • Chmielewski, J. G., C. C. Chinnappa, and J. C. Semple. 1990. Patterns of intraspecific variation in Antennaria alborosea, A. corymbosa, A. marginata, A. microphylla, A. parvifolia, and A. umbrinella (Asteraceae: Inuleae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 169:123-150.
  • Cody, W. J. 1996. Flora of the Yukon Territory. NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada. 643 pp.
  • Collet, D. 1996. Willows of the Kenai Peninsula. The Kenai Peninsula Botanical Society. 24 pp.
  • Collet, D. M. 2002. Willows of Southcentral Alaska. Kenai Watershed Forum. 109 pp.
  • Collet, D. M. 2004. Willows of Interior Alaska. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 111 pp.
  • Cook, M. B. and C. A. Roland. 2002. Notable vascular plants from Alaska in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve with comments on the floristics. Can. Field-Nat. 116:192-304.
  • Dawe, J. C. and D. F. Murray. 1979. In IOPB chromosome number reports LXIII. Taxon 26:265-268.
  • Dawe, J. C. and D. F. Murray. 1980. In IOPB chromosome number reports LXIX. Taxon 29:705.
  • Dawe, J. C. and D. F. Murray.1981. In IOPB chromosome number reports LXX. Taxon 30:70-72.
  • Dawe, J. C. and D. F. Murray. 1981. Chromosome numbers of selected Alaska vascular plants. Can. J. Bot. 66:1583-1609.
  • Downie, S. R. and K. E. Denford. 1986. The taxonomy of Arnica frigida and A. louiseana (Asteraceae). Can. J. Bot. 64:1355-1372.
  • Downie, S. R. and K. E. Denford. 1988. Taxonomy of Arnica (Asteraceae) subgenus Arctica. Rhodora 90:245-275.
  • Ebinger, J. E. 1974. A systematic study of the genus Kalmia (Ericaceae). Rhodora 76:315-398.
  • Eriksen, B., B. Jonsell & O. Nilsson. 1999. Proposal to conserve the name Potentilla nivea (Rosaceae) with a conserved type. Taxon 48:165-166.
  • Eriksen, B. and M. H. Topel. 2006. Molecular phylogeography and hybridization in members of the circumpolar Potentilla sect. Niveae (Rosaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 93: 460-469.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 1993. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 2, Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms. Oxford University Press, New York. 475 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following generic treatments consulted ALA material: Botrychium, Huperzia, IsoŰtes, Lycopodium.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 1997. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 3, Magnoliophyta: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Oxford University Press, New York. 590 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following generic treatments consulted ALA material: Alnus, Anemone, Betula, Ceratophyllum, Delphinium, Myrica, Nuphar, Nymphaea, Papaver, Ranunculus, Thalictrum, Trollius.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 2000. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 22, Magnoliophyta: Alismatidae, Arrecidae, Commelinidae (in part), and Zingiberidae. Oxford University Press, New York. 352 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following treatments consulted ALA material: Alismataceae, Juncaginaceae, Potamogetonaceae, Ruppiaceae, Scheuchzeriaceae, Zannichelliaceae, Zosteraceae.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 2002. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 23, Magnoliophyta: Commelinidae (in part): Cyperaceae. Oxford University Press, New York. 608 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following treatments consulted ALA material: Carex, Trichophorum, Eleocharis.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 2002. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26, Magnoliophyta: Liliidae: Liliales and Orchidales. Oxford University Press, New York. 608 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following treatments consulted ALA material: Triantha, Veratrum, Cypripedium, Platanthera, Corallorhiza.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 2003. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 4, Magnoliophyta: Caryophyllidae, part 1. Oxford University Press, New York. 559 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following treatments consulted ALA material: Chenopodiaceae, Claytonia, Montia. Cerastium, Stellaria.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 2006. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 19, Magnoliophyta: Asteridae, part 6: Asteraceae, part 1. Oxford University Press, New York. 559 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following treatments consulted ALA material: Acroptilon, Adenocaulon, Arctanthemum, Arctium, Centaurea, Cirsium, Hulteniella, Saussurea.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 2006. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 20, Magnoliophyta: Asteridae, part 6: Asteraceae, part 2. Oxford University Press, New York. 559 pp. Specifically, the authors of the following treatments consulted ALA material: Aster, Eurybia, Symphyotrichum, Tephroseris, Packera.
  • Flora of North America Editorial Committee (eds.). 2006. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 21, Magnoliophyta: Asteridae, part 6: Asteraceae, part 3. Oxford University Press, New York. 559 pp.
  • Frederiksen, S. 1981. Festuca vivipara (Poaceae) in the North Atlantic area. Nord. J. Bot. 1:277-292.
  • Frederiksen. S. 1982. Festuca brachyphylla, F. saximontana and related species in North America. Nord. J. Bot. 2:525-536.
  • Frederiksen. S. 1983. Festuca auriculata in North America. Nordic J. Bot. 3:629-632.
  • Gillespie, E. 2004. Phylogeography of Carex eburnea and the systematics of the Carex eburnea complex. Appalachian State Univ. MS thesis.
  • Gornall, R. J. and B. A. Bohm. 1985. A monograph of Boykinia, Peltoboykinia, Bolandra and Suksdorfia (Saxifragaceae). Bot. J. Linn. soc. 90:1-71.
  • Grant, V. 1989. Taxonomy of the tufted alpine and subalpine Polemoniums (Polemoniaceae). Bot. Gaz. 150:158-169.
  • Grundt, H. H. , M. Popp, C. Brochmann, and B. Oxelman. 2004. Polyploid origins in a circumpolar complex in Draba (Brassicaceae) inferred from cloned nuclear DNA sequences and fingerprints. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 32: 695-710.
  • Grundt, H. H., R. Obermayer, and L. Borgen. 2005. Ploidal levels in the arctic-alpine polyploid Draba lactea (Brassicaceae) and its low- ploid relatives. Bot. Jour. Linn. Soc. 147: 333-347.
  • Guggisberg, A., G. Mansion, S. Kelso and E. Conti. 2006. Evolution of biogeographic patterns, ploidy levels, and breeding systems in a diploid-polyploid species complex of Primula. New Phytologist (2006) doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2006.01722.x
  • Guppy, G. A. 1978. Species relationships of Hieracium (Asteraceae) in British Columbia. Can. J. Bot. 56:3008-3019.
  • Harms, V. L. 1973. New record for the yellow lady's slipper orchid, Cypripedium calceolus L. subsp. parviflorum (Salisb.) Hult., from Alaska. Rhodora 75:491.
  • Harms, V. L. 1973. Taxonomic studies of North American Sparganium. I. S. hyperboreum and S. minimum. Can. J. Bot. 51:1629-1641.
  • Hodgson, H. J. and W. W. Mitchell. 1965. A new Elyhordeum hybrid from Alaska. Can. J. Bot. 43:1355-1358.
  • HultÚn, E. 1967. Comments on the flora of Alaska and Yukon. Ark. for Bot. Ser. 2, 7(1):1-147.
  • HultÚn, E. 1968. Flora of Alaska and Neighboring Territories. Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, CA. 1008 pp.
  • HultÚn, E. 1973. Supplement to flora of Alaska and neighboring territories. Bot. Not. 126:459-512.
  • Ickert-Bond, S. M., K. B. Pigg, and J. Wen. 2005. Comparative infructescence morphology in Liquidambar (Altingiaceae) and its evolutionary significance. American Journal of Botany 92: 1234-1255.
  • Ickert-Bond, S. M., and J. Wen. 2006. Phylogeny and biogeography of Altingiaceae: Evidence from combined analysis of five non-coding chloroplast regions. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39: 512-528.
  • Ickert-Bond, S. M., K. B. Pigg, and J. Wen. 2006. Comparative infructescence morphology in Altingia Noronha and discordance between morphological and molecular rates of evolution. American Journal of Botany, submitted.
  • Jńger, E. J. 2000. Die ersten Listen und Aufsammlungen von Pflanzen aus Alaska - Georg Wilhelm Stellers botanische Arbeiten in Amerika. Feddes Repertorium 111: 5-6,321-368.
  • Johnson, A. W. and L. A. Viereck. 1962. Some new records and range extensions by arctic plants for Alaska. Biol. Pap. Univ. Alaska 6:1-32.
  • Johnson, A. W., L. A. Viereck, R. E. Johnson, and H. Melchior. 1966. Vegetation and flora of the Cape Thompson-Ogotoruk Creek area, Alaska. Pages 277-354 in N. J. Wilimovsky and J. N. Wolfe, eds. Environment of the Cape Thompson region, Alaska. USAEC, Washington D.C.
  • Jorgensen, J. L., I. Stehlik, C. Brochmann, and E. Conti. 2003. Implications of ITS sequences and RAPD markers for the taxonomy and biogeography of the Oxytropis campestris and O. arctica (Fabaceae) complexes in Alaska. Am. J. Bot. 90:1470-1480.
  • Juday, G. P. 1992. Alaska Research Natural Areas. 3: Serpentine Slide. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-271. 66 pp.
  • Kelso, S. 1983. Range extensions of vascular plants from the Seward Peninsula, northwest Alaska. Rhodora 85:371-379.
  • Kelso, S. 1987. Primula anvilensis (Primulaceae): a new species from northwestern Alaska. Syst. Bot. 12:9-13.
  • Kelso, S. 1987. Primula tschuktschorum and Primula eximia (Primulaceae: section Crystallophlomis): a distylous species and its homostylous derivative from the Bering Strait region, Alaska. Brittonia 39:63-72.
  • Kelso, S. 1991. Taxonomy and biogeography of Primula sect. Cuneifolia (Primulaceae) in North America. Madro˝o 38:37-44.
  • Kelso, S. 1991. Taxonomy of Primula sects. Aleuritia and Armerina in North America. Rhodora 93:67-99.
  • Kelso, S. 1992. Conspectus of the genus Douglasia (Primulaceae) with comments on Douglasia alaskana, an Alaska-Yukon alpine endemic. Can. J. Bot. 70:593-596.
  • Kelso, S. and M. C. Fritts. 1985. Carex jacobi-peteri: a synonym of Carex pyrenaica ssp. micropoda in Alaska. Can. J. Bot. 63:2097-2099.
  • Kelso, S., B. A. Yurtsev and D. F. Murray. 1994. Douglasia beringensis (Primulaceae): a new species from northwestern Alaska. Novon 4:381-385.
  • Koontz, J. A., P. S. Soltis, and D. E. Soltis. 2004. Using phylogeny reconstruction to test hypotheses of hybrid origin in Delphinium section Diedropetala (Ranunculaceae). Systematic Botany 29: 345-357.
  • Krasnoborov, I. M. 1998. On northern Asian and North American species of Bupleurum (Umbelliferae). Botanicheskii Zhurnal 83(2): 120-127.
  • Lichvar, R., C. Racine, B. Murray, G. Tande, R. Lipkin, and M. Duffy. 1997. A floristic inventory of vascular and cryptogam plant species at Fort Richardson, Alaska. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station Technical Report EL-97-4. 23 pp. + appendices.
  • Lipkin, R. and D. F. Murray. 1997. Alaska rare plant field guide. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Natural Heritage Program, and U.S. Forest Service, Washington, D.C. http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/enri/aknhp_web/index.html
  • Marttala, V. M. 1996. Romanzoffia thompsonii (Hydrophyllaceae), a new species from Oregon. Madro˝o 43(3):404-414.
  • Mast, A. R., D. M. S. Feller, S. Kelso and E. Conti. 2004. Buzz-pollinated Dodecatheon originated from within the heterostylous Primula subgenus Auriculastrum (Primulaceae): a seven-region cpDNA phylogeny and its implications for floral evolution. Am. J. Bot. 91(6): 926-942.
  • McNeill, J. and J. N. Findlay. 1971. The systematic position of Claytonia bostockii. Can. J. Bot. 49:713-715.
  • McPherson, G. D. and J. G. Packer. 1974. A contribution to the taxonomy of Viola adunca. Can. J. Bot. 52:895-902.
  • Mitchell, W. W. and H. J. Hodgson. 1965. A new X Agrohordeum from Alaska. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 92:403-407.
  • Mitchell, W. W. and H. J. Hodgson. 1968. Hybridization within the Triticeae of Alaska: a new XElyhordeum and comments. Rhodora 70:467-473.
  • Mitchell, W. W. and A. C. Wilton. 1965. Redefinition of Bromus ciliatus and B. richardsonii in Alaska. Brittonia 17:278-284.
  • Mitchell, W. W. and A. C. Wilton. 1966. A new tetraploid brome, section Bromopsis, of Alaska. Brittonia 18:162-166.
  • Molau, U. and D. F. Murray. 1996. Taxonomic revision of the Pedicularis sudetica complex (Scrophulariaceae): the Arctic species. Symb. Bot. Ups. 31:33-46.
  • Mosyakin, S. L. 1995. New taxa of Corispermum L. (Chenopodiaceae), with preliminary comments on the taxonomy of the genus in North America. Novon 5: 340-353.
  • Muller, M. C. 1981. Range extensions for two lycopods on Baranof Island, Southeastern Alaska. Am. Fern J. 71:31-32.
  • Muller, M. C. 1982. Polystichum munitum on Baranof Island, Southeastern Alaska. Am. Fern J. 72:30.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1971. Cytotaxonomic studies of the closely allied Draba cana, D. cinerea, and D. groenlandica in Canada and Alaska. Can. J. Bot. 49:89-93.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1971. Cytotaxonomic studies of Draba species of Canada and Alaska: D. ventosa, D. ruaxes, and D. paysonii. Can. J. Bot. 49:1455-1460.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1972. Cytotaxonomic studies of Draba species in Canada and Alaska: D. oligosperma and D. incerta. Can. J. Bot. 50:1763-1766.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1974. Cytotaxonomic studies of Draba nivalis and its close allies in Canada and Alaska. Can. J. Bot. 52:1793-1801.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1975. Draba crassifolia, D. albertina, D. nemorosa, and D. stenoloba in Canada and Alaska. Can. J. Bot. 53:745-751.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1979. Four new species of Draba in northwestern North America. Can. J. Bot. 57:1873-1875.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1980. The genus Cicuta in North America. Can. J. Bot. 58:1755-1767.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 1995. Synopsis of the genus Arabis (Brassicaceae) in Canada, Alaska and Greenland. Rhodora 97:109-163.
  • Mulligan, G. A. 2001. Three new taxa and a summary of the mustard family Brassicaceae (Cruciferae), in Canada and Alaska. Can. Field-Nat. 11:341-342.
  • Mulligan, G. A. and D. B. Munro. 1989. Taxonomy of species of North American Stachys (Labiatae) found north of Mexico. Nat. Canad. 116:35-51.
  • Murray, D. F. 1969. Taxonomy of Carex sect. Atratae (Cyperaceae) in the southern Rocky Mountains. Brittonia 21:55-76.
  • Murray, D. F. 1970. Carex podocarpa and its allies in North America. Can. J. Bot. 48:313-324.
  • Murray, D. F. 1980. Threatened and endangered plants of Alaska. U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Forest Service and U.S. Dept. Interior, Bureau of Land Management. 59 pp.
  • Murray, D. F. and S. Kelso. 1997. Chromosome numbers and notes on the taxonomy of selected Alaskan vascular plants. Rhodora 99:33-55.
  • Murray, D. F. and R. Lipkin. 1987. Candidate threatened and endangered plants of Alaska, with comments on other rare plants. Univ. Alaska Museum, Fairbanks. 76 pp.
  • Murray, D. F. and C. L. Parker. 1999. On the taxonomic disposition of the Whitlow-grass, Draba ogilviensis HultÚn. Canadian Field-Naturalist 113(4): 659-662.
  • Murrell, Z. E. 1994. Dwarf dogwoods: intermediacy and the morphological landscape. Syst. Bot. 19:539-556.
  • Nesom, G. L. and D. F. Murray. 2004. Notes on North American arctic and boreal species of Erigeron (Asteraceae: Astereae). SIDA 21:41-57.
  • Northstrom, T. E. and S. L. Welsh. 1970. Revision of the Hedysarum boreale complex. Great Basin Nat. 30:109-130.
  • Packer, J. G. 1972. A taxonomic and phytogeographical review of some arctic and alpine Senecio species. Can. J. Bot. 50:507-518.
  • Packer, J. G. and K. E. Denford. 1974. A contribution to the taxonomy of Arctostaphylos uva-ursi. Can. J. Bot. 52:743-753.
  • Parker, C., A. R. Batten and J. D. Herriges, Jr. 2003. Botanical survey of selected sites in the White Mountains National Recreation Area and the Steese National Conservation area, Yukon-Tanana Uplands, Alaska. U.S. Dept. Interior BLM-Alaska Technical Report 53. 22 pp. + appendices.
  • Pavlick, L. E. 1985. A new taxonomic survey of the Festuca rubra complex in northwestern North America, with emphasis on British Columbia. Phytologia 57:1-17.
  • Pavlick, L. E. 1995. Bromus L. of North America. Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria. 160 pp.
  • Prather, L. A., O. Alvarez-Fuentes, M. H. Mayfield and C. J. Ferguson. 2004. The decline of plant collecting in the United States: a threat to the infrastructure of biodiversity studies. Systematic Botany 29:15-28.
  • Racine, C., R. Lichvar, B. Murray, G. Tande, R. Lipkin and M. Duffy. 1997. A floristic inventory and spatial database for Fort Wainwright, Interior Alaska. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory Special Report 97-23. 68 pp.
  • Randhawa, A. S. and K. L. Beamish. 1972. The distribution of Saxifraga ferruginea and the problem of refugia in northwestern North America. Can. J. Bot. 50:79-87.
  • Reiter, E., E. Treadwell, E. Cederstrom, P. B. Reichardt and T. P. Clausen. 2003. Diterpenes from Colophospermum mopane: "Missing Links" in the Biogenesis of 9,13-Epoxylabdanes. J. Nat. Prod. 66:30-33.
  • Rollins, R. C. 1993. The Cruciferae of continental North America. Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford. 976 pp.
  • Schimpf, D. J. 2005. Naturalization of Campanula cervicaria, bristly bellflower, west of Lake Superior. Rhodora 107:417-419.
  • Small, E. 1968. The systematics of autopolyploidy in Epilobium latifolium (Onagraceae). Brittonia 20:169-181.
  • Smith, D. K. 1985. Polystichum aleuticum from Adak Island, Alaska, a second locality for the species. Am. Fern J. 75:72.
  • Soreng, R. J. 1991. Notes on new infraspecific taxa and hybrids in North American Poa (Poaceae). Phytologia 71(5):390-413.
  • Stensvold, M. C., D. R. Farrar and C. Johnson-Groh. 2002. Two new species of moonworts (Botrychium subg. Botrychium) from Alaska. Am. Fern J. 92:150-160.
  • Talbot, S. S., S. L. Talbot and W. B. Schofield, 2006. Vascular flora of Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, westernmost Alaska Peninsula, Alaska. Rhodora 108 (935): 249-293.
  • Talbot, S. S., S. L. Talbot and F. J. A. DaniŰls. 2005. Comparative phytosociological investigation of subalpine alder thickets in southwestern Alaska and the North Pacific. Phytocoenologia 35:727-759.
  • Talbot, S. S., B. A. Yurtsev, D. F. Murray, G. W. Argus, C. Bay, and A. Elvebakk. 1999. Atlas of rare endemic vascular plants of the Arctic. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) Technical Report 3. 73 pp.
  • Tande, G. and R. Lipkin. 2003. Wetland sedges of Alaska. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Environment and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage. 138 pp.
  • Trock, D. K. 2003. The genus Packera (Asteraceae: Senecioneae) in Colorado, U.S.A. Sida 20:1023-1041.
  • Viereck, L. A. and J. M. Foote. 1970. The status of Populus balsamifera and P. trichocarpa in Alaska. Can. Field-Nat. 84:169-173.
  • Viereck, L. A. and E. L. Little, Jr. 1972. Alaska trees and shrubs. Agric. Handbook No. 410. USDA, Washington D.C. 256 pp.
  • Viereck, L. A. and E. L. Little, Jr. 2006, in press. Alaska Trees and Shubs, 2nd edition, revised. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks.
  • Wagner, D. 1979. Systematics of Polystichum in western North America north of Mexico. Pteridologia 1:1-64.
  • Wagner, W. H. and J. R. Grant. 2002. Botrychium alaskense, a new moonwort from the interior of Alaska. Am. Fern J. 92:164-170.
  • Warwick, S. I., I. A. Al-Shehbaz, C. A. Sauder, D. F. Murray, and K. Mummenhoff. 2004. Phylogeny of Smelowskia and related genera (Brassicaceae) based on nuclear ITS DNA and chloroplast trnL intron DNA sequences. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 91:99-123.
  • Watson, T. J., Jr. 1977. An analysis of populations formed by hybridization between Phyllodoce empetriformis and P. glanduliflora (Ericaceae). Rhodora 79:1-16.
  • Welsh, S. L. 1963. Legumes of Alaska: Astragalus L. Iowa State J. Sci. 37:353-388.
  • Welsh, S. L. 1967. Legumes of Alaska II. Oxytropis DC. Iowa State J. Sci. 41:277-303.
  • Welsh, S. L. 1968. Nomenclature changes in the Alaskan flora. Great Basin Nat. 28:147-156.
  • Welsh, S. L. 1974. Anderson's Flora of Alaska and adjacent parts of Canada. Brigham Young Univ. Press, Provo. 724 pp.
  • Welsh, S. L. and S. Goodrich. 1980. Miscellaneous plant novelties from Alaska, Nevada , and Utah. Great Basin Nat. 40:78-88.
  • Wiersema, J. H. 1997. Nymphaea tetragona and Nymphaea leibergii (Nymphaeaceae): two species of diminutive water-lilies in North America. Brittonia 48(4):520-531.
  • Wolf, S. J. and K. E. Denford. 1984. Taxonomy of Arnica (Compositae) subgenus Austromontana. Rhodora 86:239-309.
  • Wolf, S. J., J. G. Packer, and K. E. Denford. 1979. The taxonomy of Minuartia rossii (Caryophyllaceae). Can. J. Bot. 16:1673-1686.
  • Wooller, M. J., G. D. Zazula, M. Edwards, D. G. Froese, C. Parker and B. Bennett. 2007. Stable carbon isotope composition of Eastern Beringian grasses and sedges: Investigating their potential as paleoenvironmental indicators. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 39:318-331.
  • Yurtsev, B. A. 1993. Oxytropis tananensis, a new species of section Baicalia (Fabaceae) from the interior of eastern Alaska. Bot. Zhurn. 78:59-65.
  • Yurtsev, B. A. 1993. New taxa of the genus Potentilla (Rosaceae) from arctic Alaska. Bot. Zhurn. 78:78-87.
  • Zazula, G. D. 2003. Full-glacial macrofossils, paleoecology and stratigraphy of the Bluefish Exposure, northern Yukon. Government of the Yukon, Palaeontology Program, Occasional Papers in Earth Sciences 4. 143 pp.
  • Zazula, G. D., D. G. Froese, C. E. Schweger, R. W. Mathewes, A. B. Beaudoin, A. M. Telka, C. R. Harington and J. A. Westgate. 2003. Ice-age steppe vegetation in east Beringia. Nature 423:603.
  • Zazula, G. D., D. G. Froese, A. M. Telka, R. W. Mathewes and J. A. Westgate. 2003. Plants, bugs, and a giant mammoth tusk: Paleoecology of Last Chance Creek, Yukon Territory. Pages 251-258 in D. S. Emond and L. L. Lewis (eds.), Yukon Exploration and Geology 2002. Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon Region, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
  • Zika, P. F. 2003. The native subspecies of Juncus effusus (Juncaceae) in western North America. Brittonia 55:150-156.
  • Zomlefer, W. B., W. M. Whitten, N. H. Williams and W. S. Judd. 2003. An overview of Veratrum s.l. (Liliales: Melanthiaceae) and an infrageneric phylogeny based on ITS sequence data. Systematic Botany 28:250-269.

Publications resulting from research on ALA specimens: cryptogams sorted alphabetically
  • Ahti, T. 1978. Two new species of Cladonia from western North America. Bryologist 81:334-338.
  • Andrus, R. E. and J. A. Janssens. 2003. Sphagnum alaskense, a new species from western North America. Bryologist 106:435-438.
  • Andrus, R. E. and D. H. Vitt. 1975. Sphagnotheca Boreali-americana: a new exsiccata of North American Sphagna North of Mexico. Bryologist 78:64-66.
  • Bird, C. D. 1974. Studies on the lichen genus Evernia in North America. Can. J. Bot. 52:2427-2434.
  • Brodo, I. M. and D. L. Hawksworth. 1977. Alectoria and allied genera in North America. Opera Bot. 42:1-164.
  • Crum, H. 1984. Sphagnopsida. Sphagnaceae. North American Flora. Series II, part 11. I-IV, 1-180.
  • Flatberg, K. I. 1993. Sphagnum olafii (Sect. Acutifolia), a new peat-moss from Svalbard. J. Bryol. 17:613-620.
  • Flatberg, K. I. 1994. Sphagnum tundrae, a new species in Sect. Squarrosa from the Arctic. Lindbergia 19:3-10.
  • Flatberg, K. I. and K. Thingsgaard. 2003. Taxonomy and geography of Sphagnum tundrae with a description of S. mirum, sp. nov. (Sphagnaceae, sect. Squarrosa). Bryologist 106:501-515.
  • Frahm, J. P. and D. H. Vitt. 1978. A taxonomic study of Campylopus schimperi and C. subulatus (Bryopsida; Dicranaceae) in North America. Brittonia 30:365-372.
  • Frisvoll, A. A. 1983. A taxonomic revision of the Racomitrium canescens group (Bryophyta, Grimmiales). Gunneria 41:1-181.
  • Geiser, L. H., K. L. Dillman, C. C. Derr and M. C. Stensvold. 1998. Lichens and allied fungi of Southeast Alaska. Pages 201-243 in Glenn, M. G., R. C. Harris, R. Dirig and M. S. Cole, eds. Lichenographia thomsoniana: North American Lichenology in honor of John W. Thomson. Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca, NY.
  • Hong, W. S. 1980. The genus Scapania in western North America. II. Taxonomic treatment. Bryologist 83:40-59.
  • Hong, W. S. 1980. A study of the distribution of Diplophyllum in western North America. Bryologist 83:497-504.
  • Hong, W. S. 1982. The genus Marsupella in western North America. Lindbergia 8:166-176.
  • Hong, W. S. 1983. The genus Porella in North America west of the hundredth meridian. Bryologist 86:143-155.
  • Hong, W. S. 1984. The genus Gymnomitrion in North America west of the hundredth meridian. Lindbergia 9:169-177.
  • Hong, W. S. and W. Matthews. 2001. Barbilophozia in western North America. Lindbergia, 26:134-142.
  • Horton, D. G. 1979. Encalypta vittiana sp. nov. and E. flowersiana sp. nov. from North America. Bryologist 82:368-381.
  • Horton, D. G. 1979. Encalyptaceae Americanae Exsiccatae: An annotated guide to Fascicula I (Numbers 1-10). Bryologist 82:450-468.
  • Horton, D. G. 1981. The taxonomic status of Timmia sibirica. Can. J. Bot. 59:563-571.
  • Horton, D. G. 1982. A revision of the Encalyptaceae (Musci), with particular reference to the North American taxa. Part I. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 53:365-418.
  • Horton, D. G. 1983. A revision of the Encalyptaceae (Musci), with particular reference to the North American taxa. Part II. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 54:353-532.
  • Jahns, H. M. 1981. The genus Pilophorus. Mycotaxon 13:289-330.
  • Janssens, J. A. 1983. Past and extant distribution of Drepanocladus in North America, with notes on the differentiation of fossil fragments. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 54:251-298.
  • Lichvar, R., C. Racine, B. Murray, G. Tande, R. Lipkin, and M. Duffy. 1997. A floristic inventory of vascular and cryptogam plant species at Fort Richardson, Alaska. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station Technical Report EL-97-4. 23 pp. + appendices.
  • Murray, B. M. 1987. Andreaeaceae. Meddelelser om Gr°nland, Bioscience 23:6-24.
  • Murray, B. M. 1987. Tetraphidaceae. Meddelelser om Gr°nland, Bioscience 23:30-36.
  • Peterson, W. 1979. A revision of the genera Dicranum and Orthodicranum (Musci) in North America north of Mexico. Ph.D. thesis. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.
  • Racine, C., R. Lichvar, B. Murray, G. Tande, R. Lipkin, and M. Duffy. 1997. A floristic inventory and spatial database for Fort Wainwright, Interior Alaska. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory Special Report 97-23. 68 pp.
  • Schofield, W. B. and S. S. Talbot. 2001. Preliminary list of bryophytes from Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge and vicinity, vouchers collected in July 2001. U.S. fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, AK. 50 pp.
  • Schofield, W. B., S. S. Talbot and S. L. Talbot. 2002. Bryophytes from Tuxedni Wilderness Area, Alaska. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 92:91-123.
  • Schofield, W. B., S. S. Talbot and S. L. Talbot. 2004. Bryophytes from Simeonof Island in the Shumagin Islands, Southwestern Alaska. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 95:155-198.
  • Shaw, A. J. 1981. Pohlia andrewsii and P. tundrae, two new arctic-alpine propaguliferous species from North America. Bryologist 84:65-74.
  • Shaw, A. J. 1981. A taxonomic revision of the propaguliferous species of Pohlia (Musci) in North America. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 50:1-81.
  • Shaw, A. J. 1982. Pohlia Hedw. (Musci) in North and Central America and the West Indies. Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 15:219-295.
  • Steere, W. C. 1973. Observations on the genus Aplodon (Musci: Splachnaceae). Bryologist 76:347-355.
  • Steere, W. C. 1974. The occurrence of Mnium spinosum in North America. II. Bryologist 77:79-82.
  • Steere, W. C. 1974. The status and geographical distribution of Voitia hyperborea in North America (Musci: Splachnaceae). Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 101:55-63.
  • Steere, W. C. 1977. Garysmithia bifurcata, a new genus and species of Leskeaceae (Musci) from Alaska and Colorado. Phytologia 36:165-170.
  • Steere, W. C. 1977. Tetraplodon paradoxus and T. pallidus (Musci: Splachnaceae) in northern North America. Brittonia 29:353-367.
  • Steere, W. C. 1978. The mosses of arctic Alaska. Bryophytorum Bibliotheca 14. J. Cramer, Lehre, Germany. 508 pp.
  • Steere, W. C. and H. Inoue. 1974. Fossombronia alaskana, a new hepatic from arctic Alaska. Bryologist 77:63-71.
  • Steere, W. C. and H. Inoue. 1978. The hepaticae of arctic Alaska. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 44:251-345.
  • Steere, W. C. and Murray, B. M. 1976. Andreaeobryum macrosporum, a new genus and species of musci from northern Alaska and Canada. Phytologia 33:407-410.
  • Thomson, J. W. 1979. Lichens of the Alaskan Arctic Slope. University of Toronto Press. 314 pp.
  • Vana, J. and W. S. Hong. 1999. The genus Jungermannia in western North America. Lindbergia, 24:133-144.
  • Vitt, D. H. 1976. The genus Seligeria in North America. Lindbergia 3:241-275.
  • Vitt, D. H. and R. E. Andrus. 1975. Sphagnum aongstroemii in North America. Bryologist 78:463-467.
  • Zander, R. H. 1978. New combinations in Didymodon (Musci) and a key to the taxa in North America north of Mexico. Phytologia 41:11-32.
  • Zander, R. H. 1978. A synopsis of Bryoerythrophyllum and Morinia (Pottiaceae) in the New World. Bryologist 81:539-560.
  • Zander, R. H. 1979. Notes on Barbula and Pseudocrossidium (Bryopsida) in North America and an annotated key to the taxa. Phytologia 44:177-214.
Publications resulting from research on ALA specimens: algae sorted alphabetically
  • Gardner, N. L. 1927. New Rhodophyceae from the Pacific Coast of North America, III. University of california Publications in Botany 13:333-368, plates 59-71.
  • Tai, V., S. C. Lindstrom and G. W. Saunders. 2001. Phylogeny of the Dumontiaceae (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) and associated families based on SSU rDNA adn internal transcribed spacer sequence data. J. Phycology 37:184-196.
Publications resulting from research on ALA specimens: fungi
  • Adams, G. C., K. L. Klomparens and P. E. Hennon. 1995. Unusual reticulated parenthosomes surround the dolipore of a hyphomycete with clamp connections, Ditangifibulae dikaryotae gen. et sp. nov. Mycologia 87:909-921.
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