VOL. 136 · NO. 3 | July 2009
 
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The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society
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Research Articles
136(3), 289-292, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/09-RA-008.1
KEYWORDS: Colombia, Geraniaceae, Geranium, taxonomy
136(3), 293-301, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/09-RA-019.1
KEYWORDS: Atlantic forest, Behuria, Brazil, Melastomataceae, Miconia, Ossaea
136(3), 302-312, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/09-RA-010.1
KEYWORDS: Calycopteris, Combretaceae, included phloem, nucleated fibers, perforated ray cells
136(3), 313-321, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/08-RA-119.1
KEYWORDS: autonomous self-pollination, bromeliad, hummingbird pollination, tropical cloud forest
136(3), 322-331, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/09-RA-023.1
KEYWORDS: gut passage, Loranthaceae, Mexico, mistletoes, Psittacanthus, seed germination
136(3), 332-341, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/08-RA-111.1
KEYWORDS: Celastrus orbiculatus, Elaeagnus umbellata, germination, invasive, invasive species, mutualism, passage rates, Rosa multiflora, seed dispersal
136(3), 342-349, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/09-RA-006.1
KEYWORDS: competition, invasive species, Japanese stiltgrass, red maple, red oak, regeneration, yellow-poplar
136(3), 350-362, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/08-RA-113.1
KEYWORDS: endangered species, insect herbivory, Florida (USA), Lake Wales Ridge, rare plant, time-since-fire, vertebrate herbivory
136(3), 363-368, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/08-RA-116.1
KEYWORDS: Calamintha arkansana, calciphile, endemic, rock outcrops, Satureja arkansana
136(3), 369-379, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/09-RA-015.1
KEYWORDS: advance regeneration, influence zone, neighborhood, regeneration niche, white pine
136(3), 380-391, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/08-RA-052.1
KEYWORDS: fire, forest floor consumption, nitrogen, restoration
136(3), 392-402, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/08-RA-120.1
KEYWORDS: colonization, fertilization, productivity, successional grassland, Ulmus rubra, woody plant invasion
136(3), 403-421, (1 July 2009)https://doi.org/10.3159/08-RA-087.1
KEYWORDS: biological inventory, Cibola County, El Morro, flora, New Mexico, rare plants, Valencia County
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