Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Becherer1938Notice sur la nomenclature de quelques graminees
Cafferty, S., JArvis, C.E., Turland, N.J.2000Cafferty S. (2000)
S. T. Blake1949The specimen, the species and the botanist
S. T. Blake1944The type-concept in nomenclature and taxonomy
W. M. Bowden1959The taxonomy and nomenclature of the wheats, barelys, and ryes and their wild relatives
R. K. Brummitt1997The Biocode is unnecessary and unwanted
R. K. Brummitt1996Quite happy with the present Code, Thank You
P. D. Cantino2000Phylogenetic nomenclature: addressing some concerns
P. D. Cantino1998Binomials, hyphenated uninomials, and phylogenetic nomenclature
P. D. Cantino, Bryant, H. N., de Quieroz, K., Donoghue, M. J., Eriksson, E., Hillis, D. M., Lee, M. S. Y.1999Species names in phylogenetic nomenclature
P. D. Cantino, Olmstead, R. G., Wagstaff, S. J.1997A comparison of phylogenetic nomenclature with the current system: a botanical case study
P. D. Cantino, Wagstaff, S. J., Olmstead, R. G.1999Carypteris (Lamiaceae) and the Conflict Between Phylogenetic and Pragmatic Considerations in Botanical Nomenclature
W. D. Clayton1981Early sources of tribal names in Gramineae
W. D. Clayton1965Some aspects of Grass Taxonomy
A. M. F. J. P. de Beauvois1812Essai d'une nouvelle Agrostographie ou nouveaux genres des Graminées.
W. Greuter, Barrie, F. R., Farr, E., Kilian, N., Kirk, P. M., Silva, P. C.1993Names in Current Use for Extant Plant Genera. Regnum Vegitabile 129
J. T. Henrard1940Notes on the nomenclature of some grasses
T. J. Henrard1941Notes on the nomenclature of some grasses, II
A. S. Hitchcock1924The type specimen
A. S. Hitchcock1909Stable nomenclature practically unattainable
C. E. Hubbard1938Chrysopogon sylvaticus
E. B. Knox1998The use of hierarchies as organizational models in systematics
J. McNeill1996The Biocode: Integrated biological nomenclature for the 21st century?
C. D. Michener1964The possible use of uninomial nomenclature to increase the stability of names in biology
C. D. Niles1925A bibliographic study of Beauvois' Agrostographie
F. Pleijel1999Phlogenetic TAxonomy. a Farewell to Species, and a Revision of Heteropodarke (Hesionidae, Ploychaeta, Annelida)
K. de Queiroz1997The Linnaean hierarchy and the evolutioniazation of taxonomy, with emphasis on the problem of nomenclature
K. de Queiroz1990Phylogeny as a central principle in taxonomy: phylogenetic definitions of taxon names
K. de Queiroz1996A Phylogenetic Approach to Biological Nomenclature as an Alternative to the Linnean Systems in Current USe
Delprete, P.1996COMMENTARY 1: Biological Nomenclature
Frodin, D. G.1996COMMENTARY 2: Biological Nomenclature
Nicolson, D. H.1996Animal, Vegitable or Mineral?
J. L. Reveal1996Solutions for Biological Nomenclature
Zijlstra, G.1996COMMENTARY 3: Two codes in a Dual System? No Thanks
G. E. Gibbs Russell, Smook L.1980Names of southern African grasses: Name changes and additional species reported since 1955
C. Schander1998Types, emendations and names - a reply to Liden & al
H. Scholz1995Monerma P.Beauv. (Poaceae) - not an illegitimate name
L. H. Shinners1956Illegitimacy of Persoon's species of Koeleria (Gramineae)
R. J. Soreng, Davis J. I.1998Phylogenetics and Character Evolution in the Grass Family (Poaceae):Simultaneous Analysis of Morphological and Chloroplast DNA Restriction Site Character Sets
C. A. Stace1981Generic and infrageneric nomenclature of annual Poaceae: Poeae related to Vulpia and Desmazeria
P. F. Stevens1990Nomenclatural stability, taxonomic instinct, and flora writing - a recipe for disaster
R. D. Webster1993Nomenclature of Setaria (Poaceae: Paniceae)
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