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Plant Evolution and Diversity Citations

Sources we cite in Plant Evolution and Diversity

1 Blossey B and R Nitzold. 1995. Evolution of increased competitive ability in invasive nonindigenous plants: a hypothesis. The Journal of Ecology 83: 887-889.
2 Campbell, NA and JB Reece. 2008. Biology, eighth edition. Pearson Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco.
3 Futuyma, DJ. 2005. Evolution. Sinauer Associates, Inc. Sunderland, Massachusetts, USA.
4 Golden Rice Humanitarian Board. http://www.goldenrice.org/
5 Keane, RM and M Crawley. 2002. Exotic plant invasions and the enemy release hypothesis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17:164-170.
6 Luo et al. 2011. A Genome-Wide Survey of Imprinted Genes in Rice Seeds Reveals Imprinting Primarily Occurs in the Endosperm. PLoS Genetics 7(6): e1002125.
7 Wilcove, D. S., D. Rothstein, J. Dubrow, A. Phillips, and E. Losos. 1998. Quantifying threats to imperiled species in the United States. BioScience 48:607– 615.
8 Willis KJ and JC McElwain. 2002. The evolution of plants. Oxford University Press, Inc. New York, NY.

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