AuthorsYearTitlesort ascending
N. L. Bor1954The genus Cymbopogon in India, Pt II
Longhi-Wagner, Hilda Maria & Renvoize, S.A.2004The genus Ctenium (Poaceae-Cynodonteae) in Bolivia
P. F. Stevens1985The genus concept in practice - but for what practice
W. D. Clayton1983The genus concept in practice
P. Pinto-Escobar1981The genus Bromus in northern South America
T. R. Soderstrom, Beaman J. H.1968The genus Bromus (Gramineae) in Mexico and Central America
F. A. McClure1946The genus Bambusa and some of its first-known species
C. H. S. Kabuye, Renvoize S. A.1975The genus Alloeochaete, tribe Danthonieae (Gramineae)
D. R. Dewey1984The genomic system of classification as a guide to intergeneric hybridization with the perennial Triticeae
C. E. Hubbard1936The genera of the Tribe Arundinelleae
G. C. Tucker1996The genera of Pooideae (Gramineae) in the southeastern United States
W. J. Crins1991The genera of Paniceae (Gramineae:Panicoideae) in the southeastern United States
C. E. Hubbard1948The genera of British grasses
G. C. Tucker1988The genera of Bambusoideae (Gramineae) in the Southeastern United States
McNeill, J.1983The future of numerical methods in plant systematics
J. Alexander2002The future of biological taxonomy? Does the Phylocode offer a viable alternative to the traditionla Linnean taxonomy?
J. Heslop-Harrison1961The function of the glume pit and the control of cleistogamy in Bothriochloa decipiens (Hack.)C.E.Hubbard
P. S. Woodland1964The floral morphology and embryology of Themeda australis (R.Br.)Stapf
Y. Kuwabara1960The first seedling leaf in grass sytematics
R. Dahlgren, Clifford, H. T., Yeo, P. F.1985The Families of the Monocotyledons: Structure, Evolution and Taxonomy
K. Kubitzki1998The families and genera of vascular plants, vol3. Monocotyledons:Alismatanae and Commelinanae (except Gramineae)
K. Kubitzki1998The families and genera of vascular plants, vol 3. Monocotyledons: Lilianae (except Orchidaceae)
I. W. Knobloch1963The extent of hybridization in the Gramineae
D. A. Vaughan, Lu, B. R., Tomooka, N.2008The evolving stroy of rice evolution
E. O. Wiley1978The evolutionary species concept reconsidered
T. A. Bull, Glasziou K. T.1963The evolutionary significance of sugar accumulation in Saccharum
H. P. Linder1987The evolutionary history of the Poales/Restionales: an hypothesis
A. Cronquist1988The evolution and classification of flowering plnats
A. Cronquist1968The evolution and classification of flowering plants
D. L. Lipscomb1985The eukaryotic kingdoms
Filgueras, T. S., Davidse, G, Zuloaga, F.O., Morrone, O.2001The establishment of the new genus Altoparadisium and a reevaluation of the genus Arthropogon (Poaceae, Paniceae)
A. E. van Wyk2007The end justifies the means
D. M. Hillis2001The emergence of Systematic Biology
J. R. Reeder1957The embryo in grass systematics
M. Peart1984The effects of morphology, orientation and position of grass diaspores on seedling survival
P. W. Hattersley1983The distribution of C3 and C4 grasses in Australia in relation to climate
L. L. Tieszen, Senyimba, M. M., Imbamba, S. K., Troughton, J. H.1979The distribution of C3 and C4 grasses and carbon isotope discrimination along an altitudinal and moisture gradient in Kenya
D. L. Hayman1960The distribution and cytology of the chromosome races of Themeda australis in southern Australia
K. L. Mehra1964The Dichanthium annulatum complex. II. Relationships between the tropical and Mediterranean types
K. L. Mehra1962The Dichanthium annualtum complex I. Morphology
W. R. Philipson1935The development and morphology of the ligule in grasses
Barker, N. P., Morton, C. M., H. Linder, P.2000The Danthonieae: Genomic composition and relationships
Barker, N. P., H. Linder, P., Morton, C.1998The Danthonieae: Composition and Relationships
K. Jones1953The cytology of some British species of Agrostis and their hybrids
R. P. Celarier, Harlan J. R.1958The cytogeography of the Bothriochloa ischaemum complex. Gramineae. I. Taxonomy and geographic distribution
O. Liu2003The course of change and development of the classification sytems of the Subfamily Choridoideae (Gramineae)
W. D. Clayton1968The correct name of the common reed
R. R. Sokal1985The continuing search for order
H. E. H. Paterson1981The continuimg search for the unknown and unknowable: A critique of contempoary ideas on speciation
P. M. Hurley1968The confirmation of continental drift


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