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    1. Meentemeyer, RK; Moody, A; Franklin, J
      Landscape-scale patterns of shrub-species abundance in California chaparral - The role of topographically mediated resource gradients

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Rojas, NS; Li, CY; Perry, DA; Ganio, LM
      Frankia and nodulation of red alder and snowbrush grown on soils from Douglas-fir forests in the H.J. Andrews experimental forest of Oregon

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    3. Spears, JDH; Lajtha, K; Caldwell, BA; Pennington, SB; Vanderbilt, K
      Species effects of Ceanothus velutinus versus Pseudotsuga menziesii, Douglas-fir, on soil phosphorus and nitrogen properties in the Oregon cascades

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    4. Jeong, SC; Myrold, DD
      Population size and diversity of Frankia in soils of Ceanothus velutinus and Douglas-fir stands

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Knight, CA; Ackerly, DD
      Correlated evolution of chloroplast heat shock protein expression in closely related plant species

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    6. Busse, MD
      Suitability and use of the N-15-isotope dilution method to estimate nitrogen fixation by actinorhizal shrubs

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    7. Odion, DC; Davis, FW
      Fire, soil heating, and the formation of vegetation patterns in chaparral

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    8. Hardig, TM; Soltis, PS; Soltis, DE
      Diversification of the North American shrub genus Ceanothus (Rhamnaceae): Conflicting phylogenies from nuclear ribosomal DNA and chloroplast DNA

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    9. Davis, SD; Ewers, FW; Wood, J; Reeves, JJ; Kolb, KJ
      Differential susceptibility to xylem cavitation among three pairs of Ceanothus species in the Transverse Mountain Ranges of southern California

      ECOSCIENCE
    10. Vila, M; Sardans, J
      Plant competition in mediterranean-type vegetation

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    11. Jeong, SC; Ritchie, NJ; Myrold, DD
      Molecular phylogenies of plants and Frankia support multiple origins of actinorhizal symbioses

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    12. Skirvin, DJ; Williams, MD
      Differential effects of plant species on a mite pest (Tetranychus urticae)and its predator (Phytoseiulus persimilis): implications for biological control

      EXPERIMENTAL & APPLIED ACAROLOGY
    13. Hahn, D; Nickel, A; Davson, J
      Assessing Frankia populations in plants and soil using molecular methods

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    14. Ritchie, NJ; Myrold, DD
      Geographic distribution and genetic diversity of Ceanothus-infective Frankia strains

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Ritchie, NJ; Myrold, DD
      Phylogenetic placement of uncultured Ceanothus microsymbionts using 16S rRNA gene sequences

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    16. Jeong, SC; Myrold, DD
      Genomic fingerprinting of Frankia microsymbionts from Ceanothus copopulations using repetitive sequences and polymerase chain reactions

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    17. Casagrandi, R; Rinaldi, S
      A minimal model for forest fire regimes

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    18. ABRIL M; HANANO R
      ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF 3 EVERGREEN WOODY MEDITERRANEAN SPECIESTO WATER-STRESS

      Acta oecologica
    19. CLAWSON ML; CARU M; BENSON DR
      DIVERSITY OF FRANKIA STRAINS IN ROOT-NODULES OF PLANTS FROM THE FAMILIES ELAEAGNACEAE AND RHAMNACEAE

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    20. VOELLER PJ; ZAMORA BA; HARSH J
      GROWTH-RESPONSE OF NATIVE SHRUBS TO ACID-MINE SPOIL AND TO PROPOSED SOIL AMENDMENTS

      Plant and soil
    21. GUO QF; RUNDEL PW
      SELF-THINNING IN EARLY POSTFIRE CHAPARRAL SUCCESSION - MECHANISMS, IMPLICATIONS, AND A COMBINED APPROACH

      Ecology
    22. RAMIREZSAAD H; JANSE JD; AKKERMANS ADL
      ROOT-NODULES OF CEANOTHUS-CAERULEUS CONTAIN BOTH THE N-2-FIXING FRANKIA ENDOPHYTE AND A PHYLOGENETICALLY RELATED NOD(-) FIX(-) ACTINOMYCETE/

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    23. BOORSE GC; EWERS FW; DAVIS SD
      RESPONSE OF CHAPARRAL SHRUBS TO BELOW-FREEZING TEMPERATURES - ACCLIMATION, ECOTYPES, SEEDLINGS VS. ADULTS

      American journal of botany
    24. JEONG SC; LISTON A; MYROLD DD
      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF THE GENUS CEANOTHUS (RHAMNACEAE) USING RBCL AND NDHF SEQUENCES

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    25. LI XC; CAI LN; WU CD
      ANTIMICROBIAL COMPOUNDS FROM CEANOTHUS-AMERICANUS AGAINST ORAL PATHOGENS

      Phytochemistry
    26. BLOOR SJ
      BLUE FLOWER COLOR DERIVED FROM FLAVONOL-ANTHOCYANIN COPIGMENTATION INCEANOTHUS-PAPILLOSUS

      Phytochemistry
    27. AKKERMANS ADL; HIRSCH AM
      A RECONSIDERATION OF TERMINOLOGY IN FRANKIA RESEARCH - A NEED FOR CONGRUENCE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    28. PRATT SD; KONOPKA AS; MURRY MA; EWERS FW; DAVIS SD
      INFLUENCE OF SOIL-MOISTURE ON THE NODULATION OF POST FIRE SEEDLINGS OF CEANOTHUS GROWING IN THE SANTA-MONICA MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

      Physiologia Plantarum
    29. MURRY MA; KONOPKA AS; PRATT SD; VANDERGON TL
      THE USE OF PCR-BASED TYPING METHODS TO ASSESS THE DIVERSITY OF FRANKIA NODULE ENDOPHYTES OF THE ACTINORHIZAL SHRUB CEANOTHUS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    30. PASCHKE MW
      ACTINORHIZAL PLANTS IN RANGELANDS OF THE WESTERN UNITED-STATES

      Journal of range management
    31. CLEMENTE AS; REGO FC; CORREIA OA
      DEMOGRAPHIC PATTERNS AND PRODUCTIVITY OF POSTFIRE REGENERATION IN PORTUGUESE MEDITERRANEAN MAQUIS

      International journal of wildland fire
    32. BUSSE MD; COCHRAN PH; BARREN JW
      CHANGES IN PONDEROSA PINE SITE PRODUCTIVITY FOLLOWING REMOVAL OF UNDERSTORY VEGETATION

      Soil Science Society of America journal
    33. TYLER CM; DANTONIO CM
      THE EFFECTS OF NEIGHBORS ON THE GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF SHRUB SEEDLINGS FOLLOWING FIRE

      Oecologia
    34. TENHUNEN JD; HANANO R; ABRIL M; WEILER EW; HARTUNG W
      ABOVEGROUND AND BELOWGROUND ENVIRONMENTAL-INFLUENCES ON LEAF CONDUCTANCE OF CEANOTHUS-THYRSIFLORUS GROWING IN A CHAPARRAL ENVIRONMENT - DROUGHT RESPONSE AND THE ROLE OF ABSCISIC-ACID

      Oecologia
    35. TENHUNEN JD; HANANO R; ABRIL M; WEILER EW; HARTUNG W
      ABOVEGROUND AND BELOWGROUND ENVIRONMENTAL-INFLUENCES ON LEAF CONDUCTANCE OF CEANOTHUS-THYRSIFLORUS GROWING IN A CHAPARRAL ENVIRONMENT - DROUGHT RESPONSE AND THE ROLE OF ABSCISIC-ACID

      Oecologia
    36. KOLB KJ; DAVIS SD
      DROUGHT TOLERANCE AND XYLEM EMBOLISM IN COOCCURRING SPECIES OF COASTAL SAGE AND CHAPARRAL

      Ecology
    37. BAIG MA; BANTHORPE DV; COLEMAN AA; TAMPION MD; TAMPION J; WHITE JJ
      ACCUMULATION OF TETRAPEPTIDE PRECURSORS OF MACROCYCLIC ALKALOIDS BY CALLUS OF CEANOTHUS-AMERICANUS

      Phytochemistry


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