Annual Review of Pteridological Research - 2005

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96. Chen, J. M., X. Liu, J. Y. Wang, G. W. Robert & Q. F. Wang. 2005. Genetic variation within the endangered quillwort Isoetes hypsophila (Isoetaceae) in China as evidenced by ISSR analysis. Aquatic Botany 82: 89–98.

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131. Das, S. 2005. Indian species of Asplenium L. with simple fronds. Indian Fern Journal 22: 160–167.

132. Daus, B., R. Wennrich, P. Morgenstern, H. Weib, H. E. Leonhardt Pelmieri, H. A. Nalini, L. V. Leonel, R. P. Guedes Monteiro & R. M. Moreira. 2005. Arsenic speciation in plant samples from the Iron Quadrangle, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Microchimica Acta 151: 175–180. [Pteris vittata, Pityrogramma calomelanos]

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154. Dixit, R. D. 2005. A new species of Microgonium Presl (Hymenophyllaceae) from Great Nicobar Island, India. Indian Fern Journal 22: 180–182.

155. Dixit, R. D. 2005. Diversity of pteridophytes in Chhattisgarh and their conservation. Journal of Economic & Taxonomic Botany 29: 251–265.

156. Doi, M., N. Ono & K. I. Shimazaki. 2005. Light–dependent stomatal opening in fern, Adiantum capillus–veneris. Plant & Cell Physiology 46(Suppl. S): S176. [Abstract]

157. Dong, R., E. Formentin, C. Losseso, F. Carimi, P. Benedetti, M. Terzi & F. Lo Schiavo. 2005. Molecular cloning and characterization of a phytochelatin synthase gene, PvPCS1, from Pteris vittata L. Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology 32: 527–533.

158. Dong, S., Z. C. Chen & X. C. Zhang. 2005. Fern flora of Mt. Wutongshan, Shenzhen, China. Journal of Tropical and Subtropical Botany 13: 358–362.

159. Dong, S. Y. & X. C. Zhang. 2005. A taxonomic revision of the fern genus Bolbitis (Bolbitidaceae) from China. Acta Phytotax. Sin. 43: 97–115.

160. Dong, S. Y. & X. C. Zhang. 2005. Tetraphyllum hainanense, a new species from Hainan Island, China. Novon 15: 104–108.

161. Dong, Y. H., R. W. Gituru, J. M. Chen & Q. F. Wang. 2005. Effect of habitat modification on the distribution of the endangered aquatic fern Ceratopteris thalictroides (Parkeriaceae) in China. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20: 689–693.

162. Donnelly, T. W. 2005. Growing ferns in a cold climate. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (2): 10–14, 43.

163. Donoso, P. J. & R. D. Nyland. 2005. Seedling density according to structure, dominance and understory cover in old–growth forest stands of the evergreen forest type in the coastal range of Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 78: 51–63. [Lophosoria quadripinnata]

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166. dos Santos, J. G., Jr., F. H. M. do Monte, M. M. Blanco, V. M. do N. B. Lanziotti, F. D. Maia & L. K. de A. Leal. 2005. Cognitive enhancement in aged rats after chronic administration of Equisetum arvense L. with demonstrated antioxidant properties in vitro. Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior 81: 593–600.

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168. Du, W., Z. Li, B. Zou & S. Peng. 2005. Pteris multifida Poir., a new arsenic hyperaccumulator: characteristics and potential. International Journal of Environment and Pollution 23: 388–396.

169. Duan, G. L., Y. G. Zhu, Y. P. Tong, C. Cai & R. Kneer. 2005. Characterization of arsenate reductase in the extract of roots and fronds of Chinese brake fern, an arsenic hyperaccumulator. Plant Physiology (Rockville) 138: 461–469. [Pteris vittata]

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172. Dulamsuren, C., B. Solongo & M. Muhlenberg. 2005. Comments on the Red Data Book of endangered plant species of Mongolia. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 3: 43–48. [Lycopodium complanatum]

173. Dumont, B., P.–C. Renaud, N. Morellet, C. Mallet, F. Anglard & H. Verheyden–Tixier. 2005. Seasonal variations of Red Deer selectivity on a mixed forest edge. Animal Research 54: 369–381. [Pteridium aquilinum]

174. Dunkel, F. 2005. The species of the Ranunculus auricomus complex in South Tyrol, Italy – characters, distribution and vulnerability. Gredleriana 5: 85–101. [German; Woodsia ilvensis]

175. Duque, A. J., J. F. Duivenvoorden, J. Cavelier, M. Sanchez, C. Polania & A. Leon. 2005. Ferns and Melastomataceae as indicators of vascular plant composition in rain forests of Colombian Amazonia. Plant Ecology 178: 1–13.

176. Dyer, A. F. 2005. Britain's native tree ferns – being those that live on trees rather than as trees. Pteridologist 4: 124–127.

177. Ebihara, A., H. Ishikawa, S. Matsumoto, K. Iwatsuki & M. Ito. 2005. Reticulate evolution of Vandenboschia radicans complex (Hymenophyllaceae) in Japan with special reference to its hybrid–dominant tendency. P. 383. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

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179. Edwards, P. 2005. Flora of Tropical East Africa. Cyatheaceae. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for the East African Governments, Kew UK. 15 pp.

180. Ejaz, A., S. A. Tahira & F. Bareen. 2005. Reduction in chromium content of tannery effluents by using some selected hydrophytes. International Journal of Biology & Biotechnology 2: 741–744. [Marsilea minuta, Salvinia natans]

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182. Elliott, M. L. & M. B. Rayamajhi. 2005. First report of Biopolaris sacchari causing leaf spot on Lygodium japonicum and L. microphyllum in Florida. Plant Disease 89: 1244.

183. Embrick, L. L., K. M. Porter, A. Pendergrass & D. J. Butcher. 2005. Characterization of lead and arsenic contamination at Barber Orchard, Haywood County, NC. Microchemical Journal 81: 117–121. [Pteris vittata]

184. Erftemeijer, P. L. A. & O. Hamerlynck. 2005. Die–back of the mangrove Heritiera littoralis Dryand., in the Rufiji Delta (Tanzania) following El Nino floods. Journal of Coastal Research Sp. Iss. 42: 228–235.

185. Escapa, I. & R. Cuneo. 2005. A new equisetalean plant from the early Permian of Patagonia, Argentina. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 137: 1–14.

186. Euler, A., K. Fujiwara & R. Saraiva. 2005. Species richness, community structure and other characteristics of a tropical rainforest in the Southwestern Amazon, Acre, Brazil. Hikobia 14: 273–291.

187. Evans, L. N. & K. A. Handasyde. 2005. Risk sensitive foraging: An experimental study of a solitary marsupial. Australian Mammalogy 27: 231–234. [Pteridium esculentum]

188. Everitt, J. H., D. Flores, C. Yang & M. R. Davis. 2005. Assessing biological control damage of giant salvinia with field reflectance measurements and aerial photography. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 43: 76–80. [Salvinia molesta]

189. Fang, F., S. L. Guo, P. Li & W. G. Lu. 2005. Content determination of assemble alkaloids of huperzine in Huperziaceae and dedentred correspondence analysis based on their UV spectra. Wuhan Zhiwuxue Yanjiu 23: 606–609. [Chinese]

190. Faust, M. A. 2005. Case studies among select taxonomic groups. Pp. 93–137. In G. A. Krupnick & W. J. Kress (Eds.). Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach. University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL USA.

191. Fayiga, A., L. Q. Ma, J. Santos, B. Rathinasabapathi, B. Stamps & R. C. Littell. 2005. Effects of arsenic species and concentrations on arsenic accumulation by different fern species in a hydroponic system. International Journal of Phytoremediation 7: 231–240. [Pteris vittata, P. cretica, Nephrolepis exaltata]

192. Fayiga, A. O. 2005. Phytoremediation of arsenic–contaminated soil and groundwater. University of Florida, Gainesville Florida USA. 135 pp. [Dissertation; Pteris vittata]

193. Fayiga, A. O. & L. Q. Ma. 2005. Arsenic uptake by two hyperaccumulator ferns from four arsenic contaminated soils. Water Air & Soil Pollution 168: 71–89. [Pteris vittata, P. cretica]

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195. Feng, W. S., X. W. Cao, H. X. Kuang & X. K. Zheng. 2005. A new stilbene glycoside from Dryopteris sublaeta. Yaoxue Xuebao 40: 1131–1134.

196. Feng, W. S., X. W. Cao, X. K. Zheng & H. X. Kuang. 2005. A new flavanone from Dryopteris sublaeta. Yaoxue Xuebao 40: 443–446.

197. Ferrazzo, M., M. L. Lorscheitter & P. G. Windisch. 2005. Fern spore bank on the superficial soil layer in a marsh area at Capao da Canoa, RS. Acta Biologica Leopoldensia 27: 73–79. [Portuguese]

198. Ferrer–Castan, D. & O. R. Vetaas. 2005. Pteridophyte richness, climate and topography in the Iberian Peninsula: comparing spatial and nonspatial models of richness patterns. Global Ecology & Biogeography 14: 155–165.

199. Figueiredo, J. B. & A. Salino. 2005. Pteridophytes from four "Reservas particulares do Patrimonio Natural" (RPPNs) in the South of the metropolitan region of Belo Horizonet, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Lundiana 6: 83–94. [Portuguese; Adiantopsis perfascicidata]

200. Flinn, K. M. 2005. Selfing abilities of three fern species may contribute to differential colonization success in post–agricultural forests. In Abstracts of Botany 2005. Botanical Society of America (www.2005.botanyconference.org), Austin Texas. [Abstract; Polystichum acrostichoides, Dryopteris carthusiana, D. intermedia]

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202. Franz, I. & J. L. Schmitt. 2005. Blechnum brasiliense Desv. (Pteridophyta, Blechnaceae): Population structure and development of the sporophytic phase. Pesquisas Botanica 56: 173–183. [Portuguese]

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204. Fraser–Jenkins, C. R. 2004. The first botanical collection of ferns in Nepal, Hamilton, Gardner and Wallich Lost herbaria, a lost botanist, lost letters and lost books, somewhat rediscovered. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. 83 pp.

205. Freeman, T. P., J. A. Goolsby, S. K. Ozman & D. R. Nelson. 2005. An ultrastructural study of the relationship between the mite Floracarus perrepae Knihinicki & Boczek (Acariformes: Eriophyidae) and the fern Lygodium microphyllum (Lygodiaceae). Australian Journal of Entomology 44: 57–61.

206. Freitas, C. A. A. & J. Prado. 2005. Lista anotada das pteridófitas de florestas inundáveis do alto Rio Negro, Município de Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, AM, Brasil. Acta Botanica Brasilica 19: 399–406. [Portuguese]

207. Freitas, C. A. A. & J. Prado. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Dryopteridaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 49–52. [Portuguese]

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210. Funk, J. 2005. Hedychium gardnerianum invasion into Hawaiian montane rainforest: interactions among litter quality, decomposition rate, and soil nitrogen availability. Biogeochemistry 76: 441–451.

211. Gallardo, A., R. Parama & F. Covelo. 2005. Soil ammonium vs. nitrate spatial pattern in six plant communities: Simulated effect on plant populations. Plant & Soil 277: 207–219. [Pteridium]

212. Ganguly, G., R. Banerjee & R. Mukhopadhyay. 2005. A new record of Dryopteris redactopinnata Basu et Panigr. from Meghalaya state, India. Phytomorphology 55: 303–305.

213. Ganguly, G., J. B. Bhandari & R. Mukhopadhyay. 2005. Morpho–anatomical observations on some Indian species of Loxagramme (Bl.) Presl. Geophytology 35: 19–24.

214. Ganguly, G. & R. Mukhopadhyay. 2005. A new record of Hypolepis alpina (Bl.) Hook. From Sikkim. Indian Fern Journal 22: 118–120.

215. Ganguly, G. & R. Mukhopadhyay. 2005. In vitro study on gametophyte development of Hypolepis alpina (Bl.) Hook. Phytomorphology 55: 179–184.

216. Ganjegunte, G. K., L. M. Condron, P. W. Clinton & M. R. Davis. 2005. Effects of mixing radiata pine needles and understory litters on decomposition and nutrients release. Biology & Fertility of Soils 41: 310–319. [Pteridium aquilinum]

217. Gao, H., B. D. Liu & X. C. Zhang. 2005. Classification and nomenclature changes of the Chinese Vittariaceae. Bull. Bot. Res. (China) 25: 30–33. [Chinese]

218. Garcia Lahera, J. & C. Sánchez Villaverde. 2005. Study of pteridophyte communities present in humid mountain forests of central Cuba. P. 620. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

219. Garcia–Villacorta, R. 2005. Linking floristic patterns to edaphic gradients and remote sensing in Peruvian Amazonia. University of Missouri – Saint Louis, Saint Louis Missouri USA. 82 pp. [M. S. Thesis]

220. Gawenda–Kempczynska, D. 2005. Valuable features of springs in the Gorzno–Lidzbark Landscape Park and their conservation. Ecological Questions 6: 39–51. [Polypodium vulgare, Huperzia selago]

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222. Gayathri, V., V. V. Asha & A. Subramoniam. 2005. Preliminary studies on the immunomodulatory and antioxidant properties of Selaginella species. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 37: 381–385.

223. Gayo, E., L. F. Hinojosa & C. Villagran. 2005. On the persistence of Tropical Paleofloras in central Chile during the Early Eocene. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 137: 41–50.

224. Geiger, J. M. O. & T. A. Ranker. 2005. Diversification of Hawaiian Ferns. P. 102. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

225. Geiger, J. M. O. & T. A. Ranker. 2005. Molecular phylogenetics and historical biogeography of Hawaiian Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 34: 392–407.

226. Gensel, P. G. & A. E. Kasper. 2005. A new species of the Devonian lycopod genus, Leclercqia, from the Emsian of New Brunswick, Canada. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 137: 105–123.

227. Gillman, L. N. & J. Ogden. 2005. Microsite heterogeneity in litterfall risk to seedlings. Austral Ecology 30: 497–504. [Cyathea dealbata, Dicksonia]

228. Giudice, G. E., M. L. Luna, C. Carrion & E. R. de la Sota. 2005. Revision del genero Salpichlaena J. Sm. (Blechnaceae, Pteridophyta). Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 40 (Supl.): 193–194. [Abstract; Spanish]

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230. Gnaedinger, S. & R. Herbst. 2005. Triassic pteridophylla from the Norte Chico in Chile. 1. The genus Taeniopteris Brongniart. Ameghiniana 42: 220. [Spanish]

231. Godefroid, S., S. Rucquoij & N. Koedam. 2005. To what extent do forest herbs recover after clearcutting in beech forest? Forest Ecology & Management 210: 39–53. [Dryopteris dilatata]

232. Gogoi, N. K. & M. S. Ali. 2005. Integrated management of sheath blight of winter rice involving Trichoderma harzianum, few soil amendments and captan. Crop Research (Hisar) 30: 423–427. [Azolla pinnata] 233. Golub, N. P. 2005. Anthropogenous transformation of the hydrophilous flora of Prydniprovs'ka highland: Tendencies and forecast of changes. Ukrayins'kyi Botanichnyi Zhurnal 62: 678–686. [Ukrainian; Salvinia natans]

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235. Goolsby, J. A., R. W. A. Jesudasan, H. Jourdan, B. Muthuraj, A. S. Bourne & R. W. Pemberton. 2005. Continental comparisons of the interaction between climate and the herbivorous mite, Floracarus perrepae (Acari : Eriophyidae). Florida Entomologist 88: 129–134. [Lygodium microphyllum]

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237. Gopal, B. 2005. Does inland aquatic biodiversity have a future in Asian developing countries? Hydrobiologia 542: 69–75. [Salvinia molesta]

238. Goswami, H. K. 2005. Origin of new chromosomes in the genome of Isoetes pantii. Bionature 25: 1–9.

239. Goswami, H. K. 2005. Intragenomic importance of B chromosomes. Bionature 25: 11–20. [Isoetes]

240. Goswami, H. K. 2005. Importance and functions of ligule and labium. Bionature 25: 37–39. [Isoetes tennesseensis, I. pantii, I. sampathkumarini, I. weberi]

241. Gottlieb, J. E. 2005. Ferns in Pittsburgh gardens. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (2): 44–56.

242. Gottlieb, J. E. 2005. Further reflections on apogamy and alternation of generations - Part I. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (3): 29–33.

243. Gottlieb, J. E. 2005. Further reflections on apogamy and alternation of generations – Part II. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (4): 44–47.

244. Gou, G. Q. & P. S. Wang. 2005. Materials of pteridophytes from Guizhou, China. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 27: 144–146.

245. Gou, G. Q. & P. S. Wang. 2005. Selaginella xishuiensis, a new species of Selaginellaceae from Guizhou, China. Acta Phytotax. Sin. 43: 71–72. [Chinese]

246. Gray, A., T. Pelembe & S. Stroud. 2005. The conservation of the endemic vascular flora of Ascension Island and threats from alien species. Oryx 39: 449–453. [Anogramma ascensionis, Asplenium ascensiionis, Dryopteris ascensionis, Marattia purpurascens, Pteris adscensionis, Xiphopteris ascensionensis]

247. Greeney, H. F. 2005. The nest and eggs of the Yellow–whiskered Bush–Tanager (Chlorospingus parvirostris) in eastern Ecuador. Ornitologia Neotropical 16: 437–438. [Cyatheaceae]

248. Groth–Malonek, M., D. Pruchner, F. Grewe & V. Knoop. 2005. Ancestors of trans–splicing mitochondrial introns support serial sister group relationships of hornworts and mosses with vascular plants. Molecular Biology & Evolution 22: 117–125. [Asplenium nidus]

249. Gu, Y. H. & Q. Q. Wu. 2005. HPLC method for the determination of huperzine A in Huperzia serrata. Zhongguo Yaolixue Tongbao 21: 1017–1018. [Chinese] 250. Guarrera, P. M., G. Salerno & G. Caneva. 2005. Folk phytotherapeutical plants from Maratea area (Basilicata, Italy). Journal of Ethnopharmacology 99: 367–378. [Pteridium aquilinum]

251. Guha Ghosh, P., R. Mukhopadhyay & K. Gupta. 2005. Antifungal activity of the crude extracts and extracted phenols from gametophytes and sporophytes of two species of Adiantum. Taiwania 50: 272–283.

252. Guiles, C. W. 2005. A la recherche de fougères à Paris. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (3): 22–24.

253. Guo, X. S., B. Li & J. C. Li. 2005. Preliminary study on the characteristics of pteridophyte flora in the Loess Plateau. Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao 25: 1446–1451.

254. Gureyeva, I. I. 2005. Demographic structure of fern populations in South Siberia. P. 500. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

255. Gureyeva, I. I. & C. N. Page. 2005. Towards the problem of bracken taxonomy in Siberia. Taxonomy notes of the Krylov Herbarium of Tomsk State University 95: 18–26. [Russian, Latin, English; Pteridium]

256. Hadiuzzaman, S. & M. Khondker. 2005. Salvinia molesta Mitch. (Salviniaceae) – A free floating fern–allies new to Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Botany 34: 37–39.

257. Hagemann, W. 2005. The options of plant organisms for the development of new types or typogenesis in plants. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas Físicas y Naturales 24: 25–42.

258. Haghighi, S., A. Mazooji & F. Fallahian. 2005. The study of morphology, sporology and anatomy of the species of the genus: Athyrium, along with introducing the new species: A. distentifolium in Iran. P. 385. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

259. Hajek, M., P. Hajkova & I. Apostolova. 2005. Notes on the Bulgarian wetland flora, including new national and regional records. Phytologia Balcanica 11: 173–184. [Equisetum xmoorei]

260. Halamski, A. T. 2005. Contribution to the knowledge of the flora of the Lyon area. Bulletin Mensuel de la Societe Linneenne de Lyon 74: 148–149. [French; Equisetum ramosissimum, E. telmateia]

261. Halarewicz, A. 2005. New records of Macrosiphum ptericolens Patch 1919 on the bracken fern, Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn., from South–West Poland. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 74: 15–18.

262. Hale, C. M., L. E. Frelich, P. B. Reich & J. Pastor. 2005. Effects of european earthworm invasion on soil characteristics in northern hardwood forests of Minnesota, USA. Ecosystems 8: 911–927. [Athyrium filix–femina]

263. Halley, R. 2005. Hardy ferns in southern California. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (2): 4.

264. Hameed, C. A. & P. V. Madhusoodanan. 2005. Trichomanes vamona, a new filmy fern species (Hymenophyllaceae, Pteridophyta) from India. Nord. J. Bot. 23: 437–439.

265. Harmer, R., R. Boswell & M. Robertson. 2005. Survival and growth of tree seedlings in relation to changes in the ground flora during natural regeneration of an oak shelterwood. Forestry (Oxford) 78: 21–37. [Pteridium aquilinum]

266. Harrington, G. J., E. R. Clechenko & D. Clay Kelly. 2005. Palynology and organic–carbon isotope ratios across a terrestrial Palaeocene/Eocene boundary section in the Williston Basin, North Dakota, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 226: 214–232.

267. Harrison, C. J., S. B. Corley, E. C. Moylan, D. L. Alexander, R. W. Scotland & J. A. Langdale. 2005. Independent recruitment of a conserved developmental mechanism during leaf evolution. Nature (London) 434: 509–514.

268. Hasebe, M. & M. Ito. 2005. Evolution of floral homeotic genes in green plants. P. 44. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

269. Haufler, C. H. 2005. From genetics to phylogenetics: shifting continents and paradigms in the evolution of seed–free vascular plants. P. 31. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

270. He, S. G., D. Joyce & M. Z. Wang. 2005. Characterization of polyamine oxidase from the aquatic nitrogen–fixing fern Azolla imbricata. Plant Science (Oxford) 169: 185–190.

271. He, T. P., L. E. Mo & N. C. Liang. 2005. Effect of 5F from Pteris semipinnata L. on invasion and metastasis of highly metastatic ovarian carcinoma HO–8910PM cells in vitro. Zhongguo Yaolixue Tongbao 21: 540–544.

272. Heafner, K. D. & R. D. Bray. 2005. Taxonomic reassessment of North American granite outcrop Isoetes species with emphasis on vegetative morphology and I. piedmontana (Pfeiffer) Reed sensu lato. Castanea 70: 204–221.

273. Heartsill–Scalley, T. 2005. Characterization of riparian zone vegetation and litter production in tropical, montane rainforest along an environmental gradient. Utah State University, Logan Utah USA. 114 pp. [Dissertation]

274. Heggland, A. 2005. New findings of lanceleaf grapefern Botrychium lanceolatum in Tinn, Telemark. Blyttia 63: 213–215.

275. Hejnowicz, Z. 2005. Unusual metaxylem tracheids in petioles of Amorphophallus (Araceae) giant leaves. Annals of Botany (London) 96: 407–412. [Equisetum]

276. Hemp, A. 2005. The impact of fire on diversity, structure and composition of Mt. Kilimanjaro's vegetation. Pp. 51–68. In E. Spehn, M. Liberman & C. Korner (Eds.). Land use change and mountain biodiversity. CRC Press, Boca Raton FL USA.

277. Hennequin, S., K. M. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz & J. Dubuisson. 2005. Fast and slow filmy ferns: molecular rate heterogeneity a chloroplast–wide phenomenon in the Hymenophyllaceae. P. 101. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract; Trichomanes, Hymenophyllum]

278. Herbst, R., A. Troncoso & J. Munoz. 2005. The Triassic taphofloras from the Lake District, Xth Region, Chile. Ameghiniana 42: 377–394.

279. Hernandez, M., P. L. Albornoz, M. E. Guantay & O. Varela. 2005. Leaf morphology and anatomy of Argyrochosma nivea (Poir.) Windham var. nivea (Pteridaceae) in an altitudinal gradient in the Northwestern Argentina. Lilloa 42: 37–46. [Spanish]

280. Herngreen, G. F. W., J. H. A. van Konijnenburg–van Cittert & H. W. Oosterink. 2005. New geological data (Middle Triassic, Rhaetian–Liassic and Oligocene) of the Winterswijk quarry, the eastern Netherlands. Neth. J. Of Geology/Geologie en Mijnbouw 84: 409–413.

281. Herngreen, G. F. W., J. H. A. van Konijnenburg–van Cittert, H. W. Oosterink & R. W. J. M. van der Ham. 2005. Nieuwe geologische, palynologische en paleobotanische gegevens (Muschelkalk, Rhaetien– Lias en Oligoceen) uit de steengroeven van Winterswijk. Grondboor en Hamer 59: 84–97. [Dutch]

282. Hilger, H. H., N. Kapuskar & W. Frey. 2005. The gametophyte–sporophyte junction in Selaginella martensii Spring (Selaginellales, Lycopodiophyta). Phyton (Horn) 45: 1–8.

283. Ho, Y. S. 2005. Effect of pH on lead removal from water using tree fern as the sorbent. Bioresource Technology 96: 1292–1296.

284. Ho, Y. S., T. H. Chiang & Y. M. Hsueh. 2005. Removal of basic dye from aqueous solution using tree fern as a biosorbent. Process Biochemistry 40: 119–124.

285. Hodoshima, H., K. Shoji, F. Gotoh, H. Shimada & T. Yoshihara. 2005. Iron deficiency response genes induced by cadmium – Difference of expression pattern between tobacco and Athyrium yokoscense. Plant & Cell Physiology 46 (Suppl. S): S247. [Abstract]

286. Hodson, M. J. 2005. Phylogenetic variation in the silicon composition of plants. Annals of Botany (London) 96: 1027–1046.

287. Hofmann, C. C. & R. Zetter. 2005. Reconstruction of different wetland plant habitats of the Pannonian basin system (Neogene, Eastern Austria). Palaios 20: 266–279.

288. Hoiland, K. 2005. Red and green plants. Blyttia 63: 206–213. [Norwegian; Botrychium lunaria]

289. Holeksa, J. & M. Zywiec. 2005. Spatial pattern of a pioneer tree seedling bank in old–growth European subalpine spruce forest. Ekologia 24: 263–276. [Athyrium distentifolium]

290. Holmes, K. L., P. C. Goebel, D. M. Hix, C. E. Dygert & M. E. Semko–Duncan. 2005. Ground–flora composition and structure of floodplain and upland landforms of an old–growth headwater forest in north–central Ohio. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132: 62–71. [Dryopteris carthusiana]

291. Holmes, W. B. K. & H. M. Anderson. 2005. The middle triassic megafossil flora of the Basin Creek formation, nymboida coal measures, New South Wales, Australia. Part 4. Umkomasiaceae. Dicroidium and affiliated fructificationse. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 126: 1–37.

292. Holmes, W. B. K. & H. M. Anderson. 2005. The middle triassic megafossil flora of the basin creek formation, nymboida coal measures, New South Wales, Australia. Part 5. The genera Lepidopteris, Kurtziana, Rochipteris and Walkomiopteris. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 126: 39–79.

293. Holmes, W. C., A. E. Rushing & J. R. Singhurst. 2005. Taxonomy and identification of Isoetes (Isoetaceae) in Texas based on megaspore features. Lundellia 8: 1–6.

294. Horn, K. 2005. Flachbaerlapp–Arten (Diphasiastrum spp.) Im Lindenhardter Forst suedlich Bayreuth. Pp. 134–140; Hemhofen. In W. Nezadal (Ed.). Flora und Vegetation im oestlichen Franken. Exkursionsfuehrer zur 55. Jahrestagung der Floristisch–soziologischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft vom 24. bis 27. Juni 2005 in Erlangen. – Veroeffentlichungen des Berufsverbandes der Oekologen Bayerns 9. [German; Diphasiastrum complanatum, D. tristachyum, D. zeilleri]

295. Horn, K. & W. Diewald. 2005. Weitere Nachweise bemerkenswerter Farnpflanzen (Pteridophyta) im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald und angrenzenden Gebieten (2. Beitrag). Hoppea 66: 233–242. [Asplenium viride, Botrychium multifidum, Cryptogramma crispa, Diphasiastrum alpinum, D. complanatum, D. issleri, D. tristachyum, D. zeilleri, Dryopteris expansa, Lycopodiella inundata,, Polystichum lonchitis]

296. Horn, K., P. Sackwitz & T. Wilhalm. 2005. Distribution of rare Moonwort species (Botrychium spp., Ophioglossaceae, Pteridophyta) in South Tyrol and in the adjacent Trentino (Italy). Gredleriana 5: 59–83. [German]

297. Horn, K., P. Sackwitz & T. Wilhalm. 2005. Die Verbreitung seltener Mondrauten (Botrychium spp., Ophioglossaceae, Pteridophyta) in Suedtirol und dem angrenzenden Trentino (Italien). Grendleriana 5: 59–83; Bozen. [German; Botrychium lanceolatum, B. matricariifolium, B. multifidum, B. simplex, B. virginianum]

298. Horn, K. & R. Zintl. 2005. Flora und Vegetation auf Serpentinit am Peterleinstein bei Kupferberg (Oberfranken). Pp. 126–133; Hemhofen. In W. Nezadal (Ed.). Flora und Vegetation im oestlichen Franken. Exkursionsfuehrer zur 55. Jahrestagung der Floristisch–soziologischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft vom 24. bis 27. Juni 2005 in Erlangen. – Veroeffentlichungen des Berufsverbandes der Oekologen Bayerns 9. [German; Asplenium adulterinum subsp. adulterinum, A. cuneifolium, A. xposcharskyanum, A. trichomanes subsp. trichomanes, A. viride, Dryopteris carthusiana, D. filix–mas, Polypodium vulgare]

299. Horrocks, J. R. 2005. Polystichum stenophyllum. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (1): 5, 10.

300. Horrocks, J. R. 2005. Dryopteris caucasica. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (3): 19, 25.

301. Horrocks, J. R. 2005. Polystichum pseduo–makinoi. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (4): 55–56.

302. Horrocks, J. R. 2005. Fern cultivation in northern Utah. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (2): 15–21, 43.

303. Horrocks, M. & I. Barber. 2005. Microfossils of introduced starch cultigens from an early wetland ditch in New Zealand. Archaeology in Oceania 40: 106–114.

304. Horrocks, M., S. L. Nichol, D. M. D'Costa, P. Shane & C. Prior. 2005. Palaeoenvironment and human impact in modifying vegetation at Mt St John, Auckland Isthmus, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany 43: 211–221.

305. Hoshizaki, B. J. 2005. Pteris fauriei, an introduction from Japan. Fiddlehead Forum 32: 26–27.

306. Hoshizaki, B. J. & D. G. Yansura. 2005. Cooper's tree fern and the Norfolk Island tree fern (Cyathea cooperi (F. V. M,ell.) Domin and C. brownii Domin). Fiddlehead Forum 32: 17–20.

307. Hovenkamp, P. H. & F. Miyamoto. 2005. A conspectus of the native and naturalized species of Nephrolepis (Nephrolepidaceae) in the world. Blumea 50: 279–322.

308. Hu, H. B. & X. D. Zheng. 2005. Chemical constituents of Pteris multifida. Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao 25: 781–785. [Chinese]

309. Hu, L., B. Yan, Q. Liu & J. Zhu. 2005. Interspecific association between understory species in a southern highland plantation. Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao 16: 2019–2024. [Dryopteris atrata, Adiantum flabellulatum, Woodwardia japonica]

310. Huegin, G. 2005. The high–lying flora (pteridophytes and seed plants) of the Black Forest or the Vosges region – Critical observations on the relict issue and indigent of "glacial plants". Berichte der Bayerischen Botanischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung der Heimischen Flora 75: 109–168.

311. Hunt, H., J. Vogel, C. Duraes, S. Russell, M. Grundmann, F. Rumsey, I. Pinter, M. Gibby, J. Barrett & H. Schneider. 2005. Phylogeography of European Asplenium (Pteridophyta). P. 116. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

312. Hussner, A. & R. Loesch. 2005. Alien aquatic plants in a thermally abnormal river and their assembly to neophyte–dominated macrophyte stands (River Erft, Northrhine–Westphalia). Limnologica 35: 18–30. [Azolla filiculoides]

313. Hutchinson, G. & T. C. G. Rich. 2005. Vascular Plants. In Biodiversity Wales. Species of conservation or special interest to Wales. National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff. [Lycopodiella inundata, Pilularia globulifera, Trichomanes speciosum, Woodsia ilvensis]

314. Imperato, F. 2005. A new flavonoid from the fern Dryopteris villarii. P. 12. In Integrative plant biochemistry as we approach 2010. PSNA Annual Meeting, La Jolla CA USA. [Abstract]

315. Inoue, H., M. Takemoto, H. Kamachi, M. Noguchi & K. Nkakayama. 2005. UV–Tolerance of Escherichia coli expressed the 22–kDa protein in chloroplasts from spores of the fern Osmunda japonica. Plant & Cell Physiology 46(Suppl. S): S185. [Abstract]

316. Isaac, B., C. M. Morton, J. Kartesz & J. Isaac. 2005. Additions to and noteworthy records for the Vascular Flora of Pennsylvania. Castanea 70: 70–73. [Lycopodiella alopecuroides x L. inundata]

317. Iwata, T., D. Nozaki, S. Tokutomi & H. Kandori. 2005. Comparative investigation of the LOV1 and LOV2 domains in Adiantum phytochrome3. Biochemistry 44: 7427–7434.

318. Jago, L. C. F. & W. E. Boyd. 2005. How a wet tropical rainforest copes with repeated volcanic destruction. Quaternary Research (Orlando) 64: 399–406.

319. Janssen, T., H. P. Kreier & H. Schneider. 2005. Origin and diversification of African ferns with special emphasis on polygrammoid ferns. P. 31. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

320. Janssen, T. & H. Schneider. 2005. Exploring the evolution of humus collecting leaves in drynarioid ferns (Polypodiaceae, Polypodiidae) based on phylogenetic evidence. Plant Systematics & Evolution 252: 175–197. [Aglaomorpha, Drynaria]

321. Jeong, J. C., J. W. Lee, C. H. Yoon, Y. C. Lee, K. H. Chung, M. G. Kim & C. H. Kim. 2005. Stimulative effects of Drynariae Rhizoma extracts on the proliferation and differentiation of osteoblastic MC3T3–E1 cells. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 96: 489–495. [Drynaria fortunei]

322. Jeong, J. C., B. T. Leea, C. H. Yoon, H. M. Kim & C. H. Kim. 2005. Effects of Drynariae rhizoma on the proliferation of human bone cells and the immunomodulatory activity. Pharmacological Research 51: 125–136. [Drynaria]

323. Jiménez, A., L. G. Quintanilla, S. Pajarón & E. Pangua. 2005. Antheridiogen effects in the allotetraploid Dryopteris corleyi and its parent species. P. 610. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

324. Jin, Z., M. Higuchi, T. Ishii, K. Iiyama, Y. Matsumoto, T. Tange & T. Akiyama. 2005. Proof of the presence of guiacyl–syringyl lignin in Selaginella tamariscina. Journal of Wood Science 51: 424–426.

325. Jones, J. I. 2005. Fronds through the tufa. Rock Garden Quarterly 64: 276–282.

326. Jones, M., D. Borcard, P. Legendre & H. Tuomisto. 2005. Spatial structuring of a rain forest fern community at multiple scales: the role of environmental variation. In Abstracts (http://abstracts.co.allenpress.com/pweb/esa2005/). ESA 2005 Annual Meeting, Montreal Canada. [Abstract]

327. Jorgensen, P. M., M. J. Macia, A. Fuentes, S. G. Beck, M. Kessler, N. Paniagua, C. Seidel, A. Maldonado, A. Araujo–Murakami, L. Cayola, T. Consiglio, T. J. Killeen, F. Cabrera, D. de la Q. Bascope, T. Miranda, F. Canqui & V. Cardona–Pena. 2005. Lista anotada de las plantas vasculares registradas en la region de Madidi. Ecologia en Bolivia 40: 70–169.

328. Kaasch, M. & J. Kaasch. 2005. Nova Acta Leopoldina Volume 92: Meeting on From Plant Taxonomy to Evolutionary Biology, Reichelsheim, Germany; June 10 –12, 2004. Deutsche Akad Naturforscher Leopold, Halle, Germany.

329. Kale, M. V. & A. B. Upadhye. 2005. Study of proteins in the dimorphic leaves of three ferns of western ghats, South India. Indian Fern Journal 22: 89–91. [Drynaria quercifolia, Ceratopteris thalictroides, Bolbitis appendiculata]

330. Kamachi, H., I. Komori, H. Tamura, Y. Sawa, I. Karahara, Y. Honma, N. Wada, T. Kawabata, K. Matsuda, S. Ikeno, M. Noguchi & H. Inoue. 2005. Lead tolerance and accumulation in the gametophytes of the fern Athyrium yokoscense. Journal of Plant Research 118: 137–145.

331. Kang, B., Z. Shi, Y. Wen, D. Cai, L. Lu, H. Liang & C. Feng. 2005. Understory vegetation composition and main woody population niche of artificial masson pine forest in south subtropical area. Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao 16: 1786–1790. [Chinese; Adiantum edgeworthii, A. flabellulatum, Blechnum orientale, Dicranopteris dichotoma,,Pteris semipinnata, ]

332. Kaplan, D., M. Azeb, Y. Akkara, G. Granot, A. Nejidat & Y. M. Heimer. 2005. The presence of the symbiont in the Azolla–Anabaena symbiosis is essential for the ability of the fern to utilize combined nitrogen. 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress, Beijing, PR China; October 27 –November 01, 2004. In Y. P. Wang, M. Lin, Z. X. Tian, C. Elmerich & W. E. Newton (Eds.). Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture 326, Vol. 41. [Abstract]

333. Kar, R. K., A. Sahni, K. Ambwani & D. Dutta. 2005. Fossil flora (Costatheca and Spennatites) from the Upper Maastrichtian Deccan Intertrappean Beds of India. Geologica Carpathica 56: 149–154.

334. Karst, J., B. Gilbert & M. J. Lechowicz. 2005. Fern community assembly: The roles of chance and the environment at local and intermediate scales. Ecology (Washington D C) 86: 2473–2486.

335. Katakawa, K., M. Kitajima, N. Aimi, H. Seki, K. Yamaguchi, K. Furihata, T. Harayama & H. Takayama. 2005. Structure elucidation and synthesis of lycoposerramine–B, a novel oxime–containing Lycopodium alkaloid from L serratum Thunb. Journal of Organic Chemistry 70: 658–663.

336. Kato, M. 2005. Classification, molecular phylogeny, divergence time, and morphological evolution of pteridophytes with notes on heterospory and monophyletic and paraphyletic groups. Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica 56: 111–126.

337. Kato, M. & H. Akiyama. 2005. Interpolation hypothesis for the origin of vegetative sporophyte of land plants. Taxon 54: 443–450.

338. Kawai–Toyooka, H., T. Kanegae & M. Wada. 2005. Involvement of kinase activity in Adiantum phytochrome3 signaling. Plant & Cell Physiology 46(Suppl. S): S167. [Abstract]

339. Kazmierczak, A. 2005. The effects of methionine and cobalt ions on sex expression and development of Anemia phyllitidis gametophytes. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 27: 447–454.

340. Kendall, J. 2005. Ferns that thrive in the South Carolina Piedmont: a preliminary report. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (2): 36–42.

341. Kennar, P. D. 2005. Growing ferns in the Pacific Northwest. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (2): 5–9.

342. Kennedy, L. M., S. P. Horn & K. H. Orvis. 2005. Modern pollen spectra from the highlands of the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 137: 51–68.

343. Kertulis, G. M., J. D. Winefordner, Y. Cai, R. Chen, L. Q. Ma & G. E. MacDonald. 2005. Arsenic speciation and transport in Pteris vittata L. and the effects on phosphorus in xylem sap. Environmental and Experimental Botany 54: 239–247.

344. Kertulis–Tartar, G. M. 2005. Arsenic hyperaccumulation by Pteris vittata L. and its potential for phytoremediaion of arsenic–contaminated soils. University of Florida, Gainesville Florida USA. 171 pp. [Dissertation]

345. Kessler, M. & A. R. Smith. 2005. Seven new species, 13 new combinations, and one new name of Polypodiaceae from Bolivia. Candollea 60: 271–288.

346. Kessler, M., A. R. Smith & M. Sundue. 2005. Three new Andean species of Hymenophyllum (Hymenophyllaceae–Pteridophyta). Blumea 50: 555–559.

347. Kessler, M., A. R. Smith & M. Sundue. 2005. Notes on the genus Polystichum (Dryopteridaceae) in Bolivia, with descriptions of ten new species. Brittonia 57: 205–227.

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349. Khare, P. B., S. K. Behera, R. Srivastava & S. P. Shukla. 2005. Studies on reproductive biology of a threatened tree fern, Cyathea spinulosa Wall. ex Hook. Current Science (Bangalore) 89: 173–177.

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380. Kumar, P. S., S. Ramani & S. P. Singh. 2005. Natural suppression of the aquatic weed, Salvinia molesta D. S. Mitchell, by two previously unreported fungal pathogens. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 43: 105–107.

381. Kupferschmid, A. D. & H. Bugmann. 2005. Predicting decay and ground vegetation development in Picea abies snag stands. Plant Ecology 179: 247–268.

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383. Kustatscher, E. & J. H. A. van Konijnenburg–van Cittert. 2005. The Ladinian Flora (Middle Triassic) of the Dolomites: palaeoenvironmental reconstructions and palaeoclimatic considerations. Geo. Alp. 2: 31–51.

384. Labiak, P. H. & J. Prado. 2005. The species of Melpomene and Micropolypodium (Grammitidaceae – Pteridophyta) in Brazil. Boletim de Botanica da Universidade de Sao Paulo 23: 51–69. [Portuguese]

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388. Lane, H. R., P. L. Brenckle & J. F. Baesemann. 2005. The type section of the Osagean Series (Mississippian Subsystem), west–central Missouri, U. S. A. Bulletins of American Paleontology 369: 183–197.

389. Lara, A. A. 2005. Propagation of Netted Adder's Tongue in water. Fiddlehead Forum 32: 1–2. [Ophioglossum reticulatum]

390. Latorre, A. V. P., M. J. Cano, B. Cabezudo & J. Guerra. 2005. Phytocoenological behaviour, distribution and conservation of Trichomanes speciosum Willd. (Pteridophyta) in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. Cryptogamie Bryologie 26: 249–261.

391. Lavalle, M. del C. 2005. Paraphyses, sinangia and receptacles in neotropical species of Marattia (Marattiaceae – Pteridophyta). Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 40 (Supl.): 194. [Abstract; Spanish]

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395. Lee, S. & C. Park. 2005. Morphological and chromosomal variation of the Dryopteris varia complex (Drypoteridaceae) in Korea. P. 384. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

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397. Lehnert, M. 2005. Reconsideration of Alsophila odonelliana (Cyatheaceae), an Andean tree fern. Brittonia 57: 228–236.

398. Lehnert, M., M. Kessler & H. Schneider. 2005. The influence of soil evolution on pteridophyte diversification. P. 382. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

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400. Leon, B., H. Beltran & P. Fine. 2005. On the genus Schizaea in Peru. Revista Peruana De Biologia 12: 97–102. [Spanish]

401. Lewis, O. T., A. M. Lord & P. Baker. 2005. New and overlooked herbivores of Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn), including the Vapourer Orgyia antiqua (L.) (Lep.: Lymantriidae). Entomologist's Record & Journal of Variation 117: 47–48.

402. Li, C., S. Lubinski & Q. Yang. 2005. When and where Polystichum s.l. originated? Evidences from molecular data. P. 384. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract] 403. Li, X. N., H. H. Sun, G. F. Zhang, J. X. Bi, G. H. Ma, R. Y. Ma & Z. G. Su. 2005. A cyanopropyl reversed phase chromatography enables resolution of huperzine A and B on analytical and preparative scales. Journal of Separation Science 28: 2363–2369. [Huperzia serrata]

404. Li, Y. Q., P. He, H. P. Deng, Y. A. Xiao & Q. L. Dou. 2005. A preliminary study of the pteridophyte flora in Chongqing. Bull. Bot. Res. (China) 25: 230–235. [Chinese]

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406. Libertin, M., J. Bek & J. Daskova. 2005. Two new species of Kladnostrobus nov gen. and their spores from the Pennsylvanian of the Kladno–Rakovnik Basin (Bolsovian, Czech Republic). Geobios (Paris) 38: 467–476.

407. Lin, A. S., C. C. Liaw, Y. C. Wu, F. R. Chang & C. C. Wu. 2005. New cytotoxic flavonoids from Thelypteris torresiana. Planta medica 71: 867–870.

408. Lin, B. L., L. I. Zaharia, S. R. Abrams, H. J. Wang & J. S. Wang. 2005. Abscisic acid regulation in heterophylly of Marsilea quadrifolia L.: effects of R–(–) and S–(+) isomers. Journal of Experimental Botany 56: 2935–2948.

409. Lin, H. T., S. W. Chen, C. J. Shen & S. S. Wong. 2005. Phytoremediation of heavy metal–contaminated soil with local plants. Plant Protection Bulletin (Taichung) 47: 241–250. [Chinese; Nephrolepis auriculata]

410. Liu, D., Y. Li, L. Chu, G. Wang & L. Wang. 2005. Study of the tolerance of Hippochaete ramosissimum to Cu stress. Science in China Series C Life Sciences 48(Suppl. 1): 150–155.

411. Liu, H., Q. F. Wang & W. C. Taylor. 2005. Isoetes orientalis (Isoetaceae), a new hexaplold quillwort from China. Novon 15: 164–167.

412. Liu, J. X. & X. F. Yan. 2005. Observations on spore morphology of four species of Selaginellaceae from Xizang (Tibet). Chinese Bull. Bot. 22: 44–49. [Chinese]

413. Liu, X., J. Y. Wang & Q. F. Wang. 2005. Current status and conservation strategies for Isoetes in China: a case study for the conservation of threatened aquatic plants. Oryx 39: 335–338.

414. Liu, Y., Y. L. Wu, Y. F. Deng & L. C. Liang. 2005. Effect of 5 F isolated from Pteris semipinnata L. on tubulin polymerization in vitro. Zhongguo Yaolixue Tongbao 21: 447–449. [Chinese]

415. Liu, Y., Y. G. Zhu, B. D. Chen, P. Christie & X. L. Li. 2005. Influence of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae on uptake of arsenate by the As hyperaccumulator fern Pteris vittata L. Mycorrhiza 15: 187–192.

416. Liu, Z., E. K. W. Ng, N. C. Liang, Y. F. Deng, B. C. S. Leung & G. G. Chen. 2005. Cell death induced by Pteris semipinnata L. is associated with p53 and oxidant stress in gastric cancer cells. FEBS Letters 579: 1477–1487.

417. Liu, Z. M., G. G. Chen, A. C. Vlantis, N.–C. Liang, Y. F. Deng & C. A. van Hasselt. 2005. Cell death induced by ent–11 alpha–hydroxy–15–oxo–kaur–16–en–19–oic–acid in anaplastic thyroid carcinoma cells is via a mitochondrial–mediated pathway. Apoptosis 10: 1345–1356. [Pteris semipinnata]

418. Locky, D. A., S. E. Bayley & D. H. Vitt. 2005. The vegetational ecology of black spruce swamps, fens, and bogs in southern boreal Manitoba, Canada. Wetlands 25: 564–582. [Equisetum arvense, E. fluviatile]

419. Long, J. 2005. The amazing horsetail. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (1): 11–12. [Equisetum hyemale]

420. Long, M., D. Qiu, F. Li, F. Johnson & B. Luft. 2005. Flavonoid of Drynaria fortunei protects against acute renal failure. Phytotherapy Research 19: 422–427.

421. Looy, C. V., M. E. Collinson, J. H. A. Van Konijnenburg–Van Cittert, H. Visscher & A. P. R. Brain. 2005. The ultrastructure and botanical affinity of end–Permian spore tetrads. International Journal of Plant Sciences 166: 875–887.

422. Loriot, S., S. Magnanon & E. Deslandes. 2005. Trichomanes speciosum Willd. (Pteridophyta, Hymenophyllaceae) in North–Western France: from knowledge to conservation. P. 576. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

423. Lorscheitter, M. L., A. R. Ashraf, P. G. Windisch & V. Mosbrugger. 2005. Pteridophyte spores of Rio Grande do Sul flora, Brazil – Part V. Palaeontographica Abteilung B Palaeophytologie 270: 1–180.

424. Lu, J. M., D. Z. Li, L. M. Gao, X. Cheng & D. Wu. 2005. Paraphyly of Cyrtomium (Dryopteridaceae): evidence from rbcL and trnL–F sequence data. Journal of Plant Research 118: 129–135.

425. Lu, S. G. 2005. The pteridophytic diversity in Yunnan, China. P. 366. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

426. Lu, S. G. 2005. The genus Arachniodes Bl. (Dryopteridaceae) in Yunnan, China. Wuhan Zhiwuxue Yanjiu 23: 239–246. [Chinese]

427. Lu, S. G. & C. X. Li. 2005. A new combination of the genus Gymnosphaera (Cyatheaceae) in China. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 27: 39–41. [Chinese]

428. Lu, S. G. & T. Y. A. Yang. 2005. The checklist of Taiwanese pteridophytes following Ching's system. Taiwania 50: 137–165.

429. Luongo, T. & L. Q. Ma. 2005. Characteristics of arsenic accumulation by Pteris and non–Pteris ferns. Plant & Soil 277: 117–126.

430. Lupia, R. A., H. Schneider, N. Nagalingum, M. Nowak & K. Pryer. 2005. Diversification of heterosporous ferns: Kovach and Batten revisited. P. 101. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

431. Ma, X., C. Tan, D. Zhu & D. R. Gang. 2005. Is there a better source of huperzine A than Huperzia serrata? Huperzine A content of Huperziaceae species in China. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 53: 1393–1398,1387.

432. Maas, P. J. M. & L. Y. T. Westra. 2005. Neotropical Plant Families, 3rd Edition: A Concise Guide to Families of Vascular Plants in the Neotropics. Koeltz Scientific Books, Koenigstein, Germany. 268 pp.

433. Macphail, M. & M. Casey. 2005. Bridging a biogeographic 'gap': microfossil evidence for the quillwort Isoetes on the Cumberland Plain west of Sydney during the early Colonial period. Cunninghamia 9: 295–305.

434. Madotz Ekiza, N. 2005. Estudio botanico de 5 parcelas de la red Europea para el seguimiento intesivo y continuo de los ecosistemas forestales. Universidad de Navarra, Navarra Spain. 576 pp. [Spanish; Dissertation]

435. Maejima, K., E. Uheda & N. Shiomi. 2005. Localization GS isoforms and ammonia assimilation in the Azolla–Anabaena association. Plant & Cell Physiology 46(Suppl. S): S121. [Abstract; Azolla filiculoides]

436. Makgomol, K. & E. Sheffield. 2005. Development of gametophytes from gemmae of Killarney fern (Trichomanes speciosum Willd., Hymenophyllaceae, Pteridophyta). Fern Gazette 17: 163–177.

437. Malmsten, A. 2005. Herbarium material and growth studies. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 99: 273–278. [Swedish; Huperzia selago]

438. Manickam, V. S., A. Benniamin & V. Irudayaraj. 2005. Antibacterial activity of leaf glands of Christella parasitica (L.) Lev. Indian Fern Journal 22: 87–88.

439. Marckovic, S., V. Hrsak, T. Nikolic, M. Plazibat & S. D. Jelaska. 2005. The ferns (Pteridophyta) of Medvednica Nature Park, Croatia. Periodicum Biologorum 107: 81–87.

440. Marcon, A. B., I. C. L. Barros & M. Guerra. 2005. Variation in chromosome numbers, CMA bands and 45S rDNA sites in species of Selaginella (Pteridophyta). Annals of Botany (London) 95: 271–276.

441. Maren, I. E. 2005. Bracken – how to fight it in the cultural landscape. Blyttia 63: 147–155. [Norwegian; Pteridium aquilinum]

442. Maria, A., J. P. Girault, Z. Saatov, J. Harmatha, L. Dinan & R. Lafont. 2005. Ecdysteroid glycosides: Identification, chromatographic properties, and biological significance. Journal of Chromatographic Science 43: 149–157. [Blechnum minus, Pteridium aquilinum]

443. Marinho de Assis, A., R. Tadeu de Faria, L. A. Colombo & F. R. Portela de Carvalho. 2005. Use of coconut based substrates in Dendrobium nobile Lindl. (Orchidaceae) culture. Acta Scientiarum Agronomy 27: 255–260. [Portuguese; Dicksonia sellowiana]

444. Martin, S. L., R. Davis, P. Protti, T. C. Lin, S. H. Lin & C. E. Martin. 2005. The occurrence of crassulacean acid metabolism in epiphytic ferns, with an emphasis on the Vittariaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences 166: 623–630.

445. Martin–Closas, C. & J. Galtier. 2005. Plant taphonomy and paleoecology of Late Pennsylvanian intramontane wetlands in the Graissessac–Lodeve basin (Languedoc, France). Palaios 20: 249–265.

446. Martinez, G. J. 2005. Collection and commercialization of medicinal herbs in the District of Santa Maria, Province of Cordoba, Argentina. Acta Farmaceutica Bonaerense 24: 575–584. [Spanish; Equisetum giganteum]

447. Martinez, M. A., V. M. Garcia & M. E. Quattrocchio. 2005. Palynofacial analysis of the Challaco Formation, Middle Jurassic of the Neuquen Basin, Argentina. Revista Espanola De Micropaleontologia 37: 241–258. [French]

448. Martinez, O. G. & E. R. de la Sota. 2005. Lomariopsidaceae Alston. Aportes Bot. Salta Ser. Flora 7: [Spanish]

449. Martinez, O. G. & E. R. de la Sota. 2005. Diversidad pteridofitica del Parque Nacional Baritú (Salta, Argentina). Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 40 (Supl.): 132. [Spanish]

450. Martinez, O. G. & E. R. De la Sota. 2005. On the presence and distribution of Pteris brasiliensis (Pteridaceae–Pteridophyta) in Argentina. Hickenia 3: 239–242. [Spanish]

451. Mascorro–Gallardo, J. O., N. Avonce & G. Iturriaga. 2005. Biotechnology of trehalose in plants. Revista Chapingo Serie Horticultura 11: 193–202. [Spanish; Selaginella]

452. Masuyama, S. & Y. Watano. 2005. Cryptic species in the fern Ceratopteris thalictroides (L.) Brongn. (Parkeriaceae). II. Cytological characteristics of three cryptic species. APG Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica 56: 231–240.

453. Matsuda, Y., F. Murahashi, M. Kimoto, K. I. Nakanishi & S. I. Ito. 2005. Arbuscular mycorrhizas on Athyrium yokoscense and A. niponicum grown at a lead–contaminated site. Mycoscience 46: 261–264.

454. Mazooji, A. & F. Fallahian. 2005. A new checklist of north Iran ferns. P. 383. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

455. Mazooji, A., F. Fallahian & T. Nejad Sattari. 2005. The study of morphology, sporology and anatomy of different species of the genus Polystichum along with introducing the new species P. setiferum in Iran. P. 383. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

456. Mbati, G. & P. Neuenschwander. 2005. Biological control of three floating water weeds, Eichhornia crassipes, Pistia stratiotes, and Salvinia molesta in the Republic of Congo. BioControl (Dordrecht) 50: 635–645.

457. McCulloh, K. A. & J. S. Sperry. 2005. The evaluation of Murray's law in Psilotum nudum (Psilotaceae), an analogue of ancestral vascular plants. American Journal of Botany 92: 985–989.

458. McEwan, R. W., C. L. Riccardi, R. N. Muller & R. D. Paratley. 2005. The vascular flora of an old–growth mixed mesophytic forest in southeastern Kentucky. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132: 618–627.

459. McGlone, M. S., J. M. Wilmshurst & H. M. Leach. 2005. An ecological and historical review of bracken (Pteridium esculentum) in New Zealand, and its cultural significance. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 29: 165–184.

460. McHaffie, H. S. 2005. Athyrium distentifolium Tausch ex Opiz (A–alpestre (Hoppe) Rylands ex T. Moore–non– Clairv.) including A. distentifolium var. flexile (Newman) Jermy. Journal of Ecology 93: 839–851.

461. McHaffie, H. S. 2005. Re–introduction of the rare fern – oblong woodsia – at four sites in the UK. Re–introduction News 26: 49–50. [Woodsia ilvensis]

462. McLoughlin, S., K. Larsson & S. Lindstrom. 2005. Permian plant macrofossils from Fossilryggen, Vestfjella, Dronning Maud Land. Antarctic Science 17: 73–86.

463. Mehltreter, K. & J. G. García–Franco. 2005. Phenological study of the tree fern Alsophila firma (Baker) D.S.Conant in a Mexican montane forest. P. 175. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

464. Mehltreter, K., J. G. Garcia–Franco & A. Flores–Palacios. 2005. Host preferences of low–trunk vascular epiphytes in a cloud forest of Veracruz, Mexico. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21: 651–660.

465. Mei, X. M., S. C. Zhu, S. X. Xu, L. X. Ye & B. Y. Ding. 2005. A study on the fern flora in Fengyangshan Nature Reserve in Zhejiang Province. Bull. Bot. Res. (China) 25: 99–105. [Chinese]

466. Meier, W. & W. Freiburg. 2005. Aspects of the flora and vegetation of the Cerro Platillon (Juan German Roscio) National Monument, Guarico State, Venezuela. Acta Botanica Venezuelica 28: 39–62. [Cheilanthes marginata, Huperzia hartwegiana]

467. Mendez, J. 2005. Dihydrocinnamic acids in Pteridium aquilinum. Food Chemistry 93: 251–252.

468. Mendoza Mociño, S., L. Pacheco, M. B. Jarquin Pacheco & A. Sánchez Morales. 2005. Anatomy of Thirty Species of Diplazium (Woodsiaceae). P. 385. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

469. Menezes, N. L. 2005. Rhizophore in Angiosperms. P. 307. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract; Selaginella]

470. Metzgar, J., K. M. Pryer & H. Schneider. 2005. Azolla: phylogenetic history, divergence times, and character evolution. P. 339. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

471. Meza Torres, E. I., E. R. de la Sota & M. S. Ferrucci. 2005. Adiciones a la flora pteridofitica del NE Argentina. Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 40 (Supl.): 194–195. [Abstract; Spanish]

472. Meza Torres, E. I., E. R. de la Sota & M. S. Ferrucci. 2005. Flora pteridofitica del Parque Nacional Mburucuya. Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 40 (Supl.): 195. [Abstract; Spanish]

473. Mishra, S., S. Mishra & D. R. Misra. 2005. Moth larvae feeding on Pyrrosia adnascens (SW. Ching) and their faecal pellets. Bionature 25: 109–117.

474. Mogie, M., N. F. Britton & J. A. Stewart–Cox. 2005. Asexuality, polyploidy and the male function. P. 153. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

475. Molina, J. A. 2005. The vegetation of temporary ponds with Isoetes in the Iberian Peninsula. Phytocoenologia 35: 219–230.

476. Moore, T. R., J. A. Trofymow, M. Siltanen, C. Prescott & CIDET Working Grp. 2005. Patterns of decomposition and carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus dynamics of litter in upland forest and peatland sites in central Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35: 133–142. [Pteridium aquilinum]

477. Moraes, M. G., M. G. Santos, A. A. Q. Oliveira & M. R. C. Ribeiro. 2005. Leaf structure and soluble carbohydrate composition of pteridophytes from rock outcrops of Rio Janeiro State, Brazil. P. 537. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract; Anemia tomentosa var. anthriscifolia, A. villosa]

478. Moran, R. 2005. Helpful and harmful ferns. In Abstracts of Botany 2005. Botanical Society of America (www.2005.botanyconference.org), Austin Texas. [Abstract; Azolla, Lygodium microphyllum, Salvinia molesta, Pteridium]

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480. Moran, R. C. & A. R. Smith. 2005. Blechnum obtusum (Blechnaceae), a new species from western Venezuela. Brittonia 57: 237–239.

481. Morbelli, M. A. & G. E. Giudice. 2005. Spore wall ultrastructure in Aspleniaceae (Pteridophyta) from North–West Argentina. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 135: 131–143.

482. Morita, H., K. Ishiuchi, A. Haganuma, T. Hoshino, Y. Obara, N. Nakahata & J. Kobayashi. 2005. Complanadine B, obscurumines A and B, new alkaloids from two species of Lycopodium. Tetrahedron 61: 1955–1960.

483. Mraz, P. 2005. Chromosome number and DNA ploidy level reports from Central Europe – 1. Biologia (Bratislava) 60: 99–103. [Asplenium cuneifolium]

484. Msaky, E. S., D. Livingstone & O. K. Davis. 2005. Paleolimnological investigations of anthropogenic environmental change in Lake Tanganyika: V. Palynological evidence for deforestation and increased erosion. Journal of Paleolimnology 34: 73–83.

485. Muccifora, S. & P. Gori. 2005. Ultrastructure of mature spermatozoids in the fern Asplenium onopteris L. Micron 36: 539–544.

486. Mueller, J. V. & U. Deil. 2005. The ephemeral vegetation of seasonal and semipermanent ponds in tropical West Africa. Phytocoenologia 35: 327–388. [Ophioglossaceae]

487. Mukherjee, S. & S. Kumar. 2005. Adsorptive uptake of arsenic(V) from water by aquatic fern Salvinia natans. Journal of Water Supply Research & Technology – AQUA 54: 47–53.

488. Mulieri, P. R., J. P. Torretta & N. Schweigmann. 2005. Host plant selection of two Mansonia Blanchard species (Diptera: Culicidae) in a heterogeneous habitat of Buenos Aires City, Argentina. Journal of Vector Ecology 30: 201–205. [Salvinia]

489. Murakami, A. N. 2005. Possible long distance dispersal of ferns between Madagascar and Southeast Asia. P. 31. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

490. Murakami, K., H. Maenaka & Y. Morimoto. 2005. Factors influencing species diversity of ferns and fern allies in fragmented forest patches in the Kyoto city area. Landscape & Urban Planning 70: 221–229.

491. Murdock, A. G. 2005. Molecular evolution and phylogeny of marattioid ferns, an ancient lineage of land plants. In Abstracts of Botany 2005. Botanical Society of America (www.2005.botanyconference.org), Austin Texas. [Abstract]

492. Murphy, R. J. & F. J. Rumsey. 2005. Cystopteris diaphana (Bory) Blasdell (Woodsiaceae) – an overlooked native new to the British Isles? Watsonia 25: 255–263.

493. Nagai, T., T. Myoda & T. Nagashima. 2005. Antioxidative activities of water extract and ethanol extract from field horsetail (tsukushi) Equisetum arvense L. Food Chemistry 91: 389–394.

494. Nagalingum, N., K. M. Pryer, H. Schneider, M. D. Nowak, D. Hearn & R. Lupia. 2005. Dating the Marsileaceae: evolutionary and biogeographical implications. P. 201. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

495. Nagamoto, M., A. Ebihara, K. Iwatsuki & S. Lin. 2005. A systematic study of the fern genus Polystichum (Dryopteridaceae) in Japan. P. 384. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

496. Nagarajan, V. K. 2005. Transport and metabolism of arsenicals in arsenic hyperaccumulating ferns. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale Illinois USA. 138 pp. [M. S. Thesis; Pteris vittata] 497. Nagaraju, V. & S. K. Manl. 2005. Rapid in vitro propagation of orchid Zygopetalum intermedium. Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Biotechnology 14: 27–32.

498. Nakato, N. & M. Kato. 2005. Cytogeography of the Adiantum pedatum complex (Pteridaceae, subfamily Adiantoideae). APG Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica 56: 85–96.

499. Nakazato, T. 2005. Genetic map–based analysis of genome structure in Ceratopteris richardii. Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana USA. 166 pp. [Dissertation]

500. Nascimento, S., A. K. Scomazzon, L. P. Moutinho, V. B. Lemos & N. S. Matsuda. 2005. Conodont biostratigraphy of the lower Itaituba formation (Atokan, Pennsylvanian), Amazonas Basin, Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia 8: 193–202.

501. Nester–Hudson, J. 2005. Chemical analysis of gibberellin–like compounds from gametophyte culture media extract of Anemia mexicana. In Abstracts of Botany 2005. Botanical Society of America (www.2005.botanyconference.org), Austin Texas. [Abstract]

502. Nielsen, S. E., C. J. Johnson, D. C. Heard & M. S. Boyce. 2005. Can models of presence–absence be used to scale abundance? – Two case studies considering extremes in life history. Ecography 28: 197–208. [Pteridium aquilinum]

503. Nilsson, B., A. Svensson & C. Wigermo. 2005. Coral–necklace, Illecebrum verticillatum in Blekinge. Botaniska Notiser 138: 1–3. [Swedish; Lycopodiella inundata]

504. Nishida, H., K. B. Pigg & J. F. Rigby. 2005. Fossil motile sperm of 250 million years BP in ovule of extinct Gondwanan gymnosperm, Glossopteris. Cytologia (Tokyo) 70: II.

505. Nishiyama, T., K. Sakakibara, T. Fujita & M. Hasebe. 2005. Evolution of shoot development in land plants. P. 165. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract; Ceratopteris richardii]

506. Notov, A. A., N. R. Markelova & L. V. Kolosova. 2005. The second finding of Asplenium viride in middle Russia. Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody Otdel Biologicheskii 110(Part 2): 66–67.

507. Nowak, A. 2005. Sozophytes and the sozofloristic value as criteria of ecosystem evaluations. Ecological Questions 6: 9–18. [Asplenium trichomanes]

508. Nowak, M. D. & R. Lupia. 2005. Reinvestigation of Ariadnaesporites varius Hall and Peake, 1968 emend. Hall, 1975. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 135: 41–59.

509. Nuorteva, P., S. L. Nuorteva, A. Soltanpour & E. Tulisalo. 2005. Areal differences in metal pollution in indicator plant samples from southern parts of Finland, Poland and British Columbia. Polish Botanical Studies 19: 35–42. [Pteridium aquilinum]

510. Nuraliev, M. S. & A. S. Beer. 2005. New data of early leaf development of Ophioglossum vulgatum L. (Ophioglossaceae). P. 382. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

511. Odland, A. 2005. Oligotrophic and mesotrophic vegetation in southern Scandinavian mountains. Gradients in species and community distribution extracted by numerical analyses of earlier published vegetation descriptions. Phytocoenologia 35: 985–1018.

512. Often, A. 2005. Vanilla Orchid Nigritella nigra in autumn–summer seasons in Gammeldalen, Tynset: from –– to the farthest rarity. Blyttia 63: 193–194. [Norwegian; Equisetum palustre]

513. Often, A., A. Bruserud & O. Stabbetorp. 2005. Species difficult to record in mid–summer. Blyttia 63: 12–23. [Norwegian; Isoetes lacustris]

514. Ogden, J. C., S. M. Davis, K. J. Jacobs, T. Barnes & H. E. Fling. 2005. The use of conceptual ecological models to guide ecosystem restoration in South Florida. Wetlands 25: 795–809. [Lygodium microphyllum]

515. Okon–Levy, N., B. Rubin & E. Tel–Or. 2005. The response of nitrogen biofertilizer Azolla to herbicides. Symbiosis 38: 175–185.

516. Olguin, E. J., T. Perez–Perez & A. Perez–Orozco. 2005. Surface adsorption, intracellular accumulation and compartmentalization of Pb(II) in batch–operated lagoons with Salvinia minima as affected by environmental conditions, EDTA and nutrients. Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology 32: 577–586.

517. Olsson, P. A., K. B. Nielsen & P. F. Schweiger. 2005. Mycorrhizal colonisation in aquatic plants in southern Sweden. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 99: 303–308. [Swedish; Isoetes lacustris]

518. Ouyang, Y. 2005. Phytoextraction: Simulating uptake and translocation of arsenic in a soil–plant system. International Journal of Phytoremediation 7: 3–17.

519. Owens, C. S., R. M. Smart, D. R. Honnell & G. O. Dick. 2005. Effects of pH on growth of Salvinia molesta Mitchell. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 43: 34–38.

520. Ozman, S. K. & J. A. Goolsby. 2005. Biology and phenology of the eriophyid mite, Floracarus perrepae, on its native host in Australia, Old World climbing fern, Lygodium microphyllum. Experimental & Applied Acarology 35: 197–213.

521. Pacheco, L., A. Sánchez Morales, M. B. Jarquin Pacheco & S. Mendoza Mociño. 2005. Palinology of twenty five species of the genus Diplazium (Woodsiaceae). P. 385. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

522. Paciencia, M. L. B. & J. Prado. 2005. Spatial distribution of pteridophyte assembly in a fragmented landscape of Atlantic Forest on southern Bahia, Brazil. Hoehnea 32: 103–117. [Portuguese]

523. Paciencia, M. L. B. & J. Prado. 2005. Effects of forest fragmentation on pteridophyte diversity in a tropical rain forest in Brazil. Plant Ecology 180: 87–104.

524. Padmalatha, C., D. V. S. Rajakumari, C. Jeyapaul & A. J. A. Ranjitsingh. 2005. Growth promoting effect of ferns on Bombyx mori L. Indian Journal of Sericulture 44: 218–220. [Dicranopteris linearis, Pityrogramma calomelanos]

525. Padmesh, T. V. N., K. Vijayaraghavan, G. Sekaran & M. Velan. 2005. Batch and column studies on biosorption of acid dyes on fresh water macro alga Azolla filiculoides. Journal of Hazardous Materials 125: 121–129.

526. Page, C. 2005. Why record ferns? Pteridologist 4 (4): 120–123.

527. Page, C. N. 2005. A second species of the fern genus Cyrtomium naturally established in west Cornwall. Botanical Society of the British Isles News 98: 39–41.

528. Page, C. N. 2005. Re–appearance of the rare intergeneric hybrid fern xAsplenophyllitis jacksonii Alston (Aspleniaceae) in the flora of Cornwall. Watsonia 25: 331–338.

529. Pajaron, S., L. G. Quintanilla & E. Pangua. 2005. Isozymic contribution to the systematics of the Asplenium seelosii group. Systematic Botany 30: 52–59.

530. Pakeman, R. J., J. L. Small, M. G. Le Duc & R. H. Marrs. 2005. Recovery of moorland vegetation after aerial spraying of Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn) with Asulam. Restoration Ecology 13: 718–724.

531. Palata–Kabudi, J. C., R. Kisasa, O. Poso & V. Pwema. 2005. Food diet of the giant mole rat, Cryptomys mechowi, on the Bateke plateau, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mammalia 69: 445–450. [Pteridium aquilinum]

532. Palmer, D. D. 2005. Pneumatopteris pendens (Thelypteridaceae), a new Hawaii endemic species of Pneumatopteris from Hawaii. American Fern Journal 95: 80–83.

533. Panchenko, S. M. & O. P. Chornous. 2005. Age and vitality structure of the Diphasiastrum complanatum s.l. Populations in the Desniansko–Starogutsky National Natural Park. Ukrayins'kyi Botanichnyi Zhurnal 62: 698–706. [Ukranian]

534. Pande, H. C. 2005. Pteridophytic flora of central Himalayas: rare and endangered elements and their conservation. P. 486. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

535. Pande, H. C., P. Joshi & P. C. Pande. 2005. Diplazium longifolium Moore and Dryopteris woodsiisora Hayata: Two new records from eastern part of Garhwal Himalaya. Indian Fern Journal 22: 115–117.

536. Pande, H. C., P. Joshi & P. C. Pande. 2005. Systematics of the genus Cyrtomium Presl. (Pteridophyta–Dryopteridaceae) from Uttaranchal (north–west Himalaya). Indian Journal of Forestry 28: 451–456.

537. Pangtey, Y. P. S. 2005. A note on Metathelypteris gracilescens (Blume) Ching (Thelypteridaceae: Pteridophyta) in the west Himalaya. Indian Journal of Forestry 28: 317–318.

538. Pangtey, Y. P. S. 2005. A note on the collection of Pteris puberula Ching (Pteridaceae: Pteridophyta) in the north–western Himalaya from Kumaon Hills. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 102: 260.

539. Panteris, E. & B. Galatis. 2005. The morphogenesis of lobed plant cells in the mesophyll and epidermis: organization and distinct roles of cortical microtubules and actin filaments. New Phytologist 167: 721–731. [Adiantum capillus–veneris]

540. Pareek, P., M. K. Tripathi, D. K. Meena & B. L. Yadav. 2005. Germination of fern spores under variable temperature and red light. Bionature 25: 143–146. [Ceratopteris thalictroides, Pteris vittata, Tectaria codonata]

541. Pareek, P., M. K. Tripathi & B. L. Yadav. 2005. Cytological studies on Ceratopteris thalictroides (L.) Brongn. from Rajasthan, Western India. Indian Fern Journal 22: 112–114.

542. Pareek, P., M. K. Tripathi & B. L. Yadav. 2005. Effect of hyperthermia on cell membrane permeability of some fern taxa of Rajasthan. Indian Fern Journal 22: 121–123.

543. Parent, G. H. 2005. New data concerning the Mountain Flora of Greece. Systematics & Geography of Plants 75: 195–238. [French; Dryopteris affinis ssp. affinis]

544. Park, A., M. J. Justiniano & T. S. Fredericksen. 2005. Natural regeneration and environmental relationships of tree species in logging gaps in a Bolivian tropical forest. Forest Ecology & Management 217: 147–157. 545. Park, C., T. Yahara & M. Takamiya. 2005. An AFLP analysis for relationships of a putative hybrid species Diplazium yakumontanum and related species (Woodsiaceae). P. 495. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

546. Park, C. H. & M. Kato. 2005. Molecular evidence for multiple origins of the apomictic triploid fern Cornopteris christenseniana (Woodsiaceae). Fern Gazette 17: 243.

547. Parnikoza, I. Y. & A. O. Cukanova. 2005. Condition of the Botrychium multifidum (SG Gmel.) Rupr. cenopopulations in the Kiev territory. Ukrayins'kyi Botanichnyi Zhurnal 62: 289–295. [Ukrainian]

548. Parris, B. S. 2005. Flora of Tropical East Africa. Blechnaceae. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for the East African Governments, Kew UK. 8 pp.

549. Parris, B. S. 2005. Flora of Tropical East Africa. Grammitidaceae. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for the East African Governments, Kew UK. 23 pp.

550. Parris, B. S. 2005. Grammitidaceae (Pteridophyta) of Mount Jaya, New Guinea and other montane Malesian localities. Fern Gazette 17: 183–203.

551. Patra, B. & S. Bera. 2005. Feeding habit of a chrysomelid beetle on ferns. Indian Fern Journal 22: 92–99. [Ampelopteris exaltata, A. prolifera, Adiantum philippense, Christella dentata, Drynaria propinqua, Pyrrosia adnascens, Phymatosorus scolopendria]

552. Pattemore, G. A. & J. F. Rigby. 2005. Fructifications and foliage from the Mesozoic of southeast Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 50: 329–345.

553. Peng, Y., S. Zhang, T. Yu, F. Yang, Y. Gao & G. R. Shi. 2005. High–resolution terrestrial Pennian–Triassic eventostratigraphic boundary in western Guizhou and eastern Yunnan, southwestern China. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 215: 285–295.

554. Percudani, R., B. Montanini & S. Ottonello. 2005. The anti–HIV cyanovirin–N domain is evolutionarily conserved and occurs as a protein module in eukaryotes. Proteins Structure Function & Bioinformatics 60: 670–678. [Ceratopteris richardii]

555. Perez–Garcia, B. & A. Mendoza. 2005. Comparative studies of the gametophytes of five new world species of Tectaria (Tectariaceae). American Fern Journal 95: 141–152.

556. Perez–Garcia, F. J., A. Lahora, J. A. Garrido, F. Martinez–Hernandez, J. M. Medina–Cazorla, A. J. Mendoza & J. F. Mota. 2005. Contribution to the knowledge about Andalusian flora: new sites for the provinces of Granada and Almeria. Acta Botanica Malacitana 30: 223–227. [Spanish; Isoetes histrix]

557. Perrie, L. & P. Brownsey. 2005. The age of New Zealand's ferns. P. 31. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

558. Perrie, L. R. & P. J. Brownsey. 2005. Insights into the biogeography and polyploid evolution of new Zealand Asplenium from chloroplast DNA sequence data. American Fern Journal 95: 1–21.

559. Perrie, L. R. & P. J. Brownsey. 2005. Genetic variation is not concordant with morphological variation in the fern Asplenium hookerianum sensu lato (Aspleniaceae). American Journal of Botany 92: 1559–1564.

560. Perrie, L. R. & P. J. Brownsey. 2005. New Zealand Asplenium (Aspleniaceae: Pteridophyta) revisited – DNA sequencing and AFLP fingerprinting. Fern Gazette 17: 235–242. 561. Perrie, L. R., L. D. Shepherd & P. J. Brownsey. 2005. Asplenium xlucrosum nothosp. nov.: a sterile hybrid widely and erroneously cultivated as "Asplenium bulbiferum". Plant Systematics & Evolution 250: 243–257.

562. Phillips, T. L. & J. Galtier. 2005. Evolutionary and ecological perspectives of Late Paleozoic ferns Part I. Zygopteridales. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 135: 165–203.

563. Pichi Sermolli, R. E. G. & M. P. Bizzarri. 2005. A revision of Raddi's pteridological collection from Brazil (1817–1818). Webbia 60: 1–393.

564. Pierce, S., A. Vianelli & B. Cerabolini. 2005. From ancient genes to modern communities: the cellular stress response and the evolution of plant strategies. Functional Ecology 19: 763–776. [Ceratopteris richardii]

565. Pigg, K. B. & M. L. DeVore. 2005. Late Paleocene floras of North Dakota, USA: New sites and new insights. P. 98. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

566. Pignatti, E. & S. Pignatti. 2005. Ephemeral wetland vegetation of Western Australia. Phytocoenologia 35: 201–218. [Marsilea]

567. Pokorny, M. L., R. L. Sheley, C. A. Zabinski, R. E. Engel, T. J. Svejcar & J. J. Borkowski. 2005. Plant functional group diversity as a mechanism for invasion resistance. Restoration Ecology 13: 448–459. [Lycopsida]

568. Poli, D. B. 2005. The role of auxin on the evolution of embryo development and axis formation in land plants. University of Maryland, College Park, College Park Maryland USA. 214 pp. [Dissertation; Marsilia vestita]

569. Poulsen, A. D., D. Hafashimana, G. Eilu, I. B. Liengola, C. E. N. Ewango & T. B. Hart. 2005. Composition and species richness of forest plants along the Albertine Rift, Africa. Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab Biologiske Skrifter 55: 129–143.

570. Prada, C. & C. H. Rolleri. 2005. A new species of Isoetes (Isoetaceae) from Turkey, with a study of microphyll intercellular pectic protuberances and their potential taxonomic value. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 147: 213–228.

571. Prado, J. 2005. Pteridaceae. Pp. 181–213. In T. B. Cavalcanti & A. E. Ramos (Eds.). Flora do Distrito Federal, Brasil. Embrapa Recursos Genéticos e Biotecnologia. V. 4. [Portuguese]

572. Prado, J. 2005. A new species and hybrid of Adiantum (Pteridaceae) from South America. Kew Bulletin 60: 117–121.

573. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta – chave para as famílias. Rodriguésia 56: 27–28. [Portuguese]

574. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Aspleniaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 29–32. [Portuguese]

575. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Blechnaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 33–34. [Portuguese]

576. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Davalliaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 38–42. [Portuguese]

577. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Dennstaedtiaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 43–48. [Portuguese] 578. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Gleicheniaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 53–55. [Portuguese]

579. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Grammitidaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 56–58. [Portuguese]

580. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Lomariopsidaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 59–66. [Portuguese]

581. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Marattiaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 69–71. [Portuguese]

582. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Polypodiaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 76–84. [Portuguese]

583. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazônia, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Pteridaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 85–92. [Portuguese]

584. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Schizaeaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 93–97. [Portuguese]

585. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Tectariaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 103–104. [Portuguese]

586. Prado, J. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Thelypteridaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 105–107. [Portuguese]

587. Prado, J. 2005. Pteridaceae da Reserva Ecológica de Macaé de Cima, Nova Friburgo, Rio de Janeiro. Rodriguésia 56: 179–184. [Portuguese}

588. Prado, J. & C. A. A. Freitas. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Cyatheaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 35–37. [Portuguese]

589. Prado, J. & C. A. A. Freitas. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazônia, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Selaginellaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 98–102. [Portuguese]

590. Prado, J. & P. H. Labiak. 2005. Flora da Reserva Ducke, Amazonas, Brasil. Pteridophyta–Vittariaceae. Rodriguésia 56: 108–113. [Portuguese]

591. Prado, J. & M. A. Sundue. 2005. Typification and identity of Adiantum tetragonum (Pteridaceae). American Fern Journal 95: 89–93.

592. Prashar, I. B., S. Sharma & S. P. Khullar. 2005. Mycorrhizal associates of some ferns from Kangra district (Himachal Pradesh). Indian Fern Journal 22: 81–86.

593. Prietzel, J. & K. O. Kaiser. 2005. De–eutrophication of a nitrogen–saturated Scots pine forest by prescribed litter–raking. Journal of Plant Nutrition & Soil Science 168: 461–471. [Diphasiastrum complanatum]

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610. Rascio, N. & N. La Rocca. 2005. Resurrection plants: The puzzle of surviving extreme vegetative desiccation. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 24: 209–225.

611. Rasmussen, L. H., H. C. Bruun Hansen & D. Lauren. 2005. Sorption, degradation and mobility of ptaquiloside, a carcinogenic Bracken (Pteridium sp.) constituent, in the soil environment. Chemosphere 58: 823–835.

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613. Rayamajhi, M. B., R. W. Pemberton, T. K. Van & P. D. Pratt. 2005. First report of infection of Lygodium microphyllum by Puccinia lygodii, a potential biocontrol agent of an invasive fern in Florida. Plant Disease 89: 110.

614. Reese, C. A. & K. B. Liu. 2005. A modern pollen rain study from the central Andes region of South America. Journal of Biogeography 32: 709–718.

615. Regalado, J. C., Jr., N. T. Hiep, P. K. Loc, L. Averyanov & D. K. Harder. 2005. New insights into the diversity of the Flora of Vietnam. Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab Biologiske Skrifter 55: 189–197. [Caobangia]

616. Reichling, L. 2005. Die Farnpflanzen (Pteridophyta) des Mullerthalgebietes. Pp. 193–211. In Y. Krippel (Ed.). Die Kleine Luxenburger Schweiz – Geheimnisvolle Felsenlandschaft im Wandel der Zeit. Societe des naturalistes luxumbourgeois. Musee national d'histoire naturelle, Administration des eaux & forets, Luxumbourg. [German]

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618. Retallack, G. J., A. H. Jahren, N. D. Sheldon, R. Chakrabarti, C. A. Metzger & R. M. H. Smith. 2005. The Permian–Triassic boundary in Antarctica. Antarctic Science 17: 241–258.

619. Reudink, M. W., J. P. Snyder, B. Xu, A. Cunkelman & R. A. Balsamo. 2005. A comparison of physiological and morphological properties of deciduous and wintergreen ferns in southeastern Pennsylvania. American Fern Journal 95: 45–56. [Dryopteris intermedia, Onoclea sensibilis, Polypodium virginianum, Polystichum acrostichoides]

620. Ricardi–Branco, F., O. Rosler & O. Odreman. 2005. The euroamerican flora of carache (Late Carboniferous–Early Permian) Carache county, northeastern of Venezuela. Plantula 3: 153–167. [Spanish]

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622. Ridout, M. S., X. M. Xu, K. R. Tobutt & R. G. Palmer. 2005. Single–locus gametophytic incompatibility in autotetraploids. Journal of Heredity 96: 430–433.

623. Roberts, N. R., P. J. Dalton & G. J. Jordan. 2005. Epiphytic ferns and bryophytes of Tasmanian tree–ferns: A comparison of diversity and composition between two host species. Austral Ecology 30: 146–154.

624. Rojas Alvarado, A. F. 2005. The Campyloneurum angustifolium (Sw.) Fee (Polypodiaceae) complex in Costa Rica. Lankesteriana 5: 41–48. [Spanish]

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626. Rojas Alvarado, A. F. 2005. Novedades en Huperzia Bernh. (Lycopodiaceae) de Costa Rica. Lankesteriana 5: 109–113. [Spanish]

627. Rollinger, J. M., J. Ewelt, C. Seger, S. Sturm, E. P. Ellmerer & H. Stuppner. 2005. New insights into the acetylcholinesterase inhibitory activity of Lycopodium clavatum. Planta Medica 71: 1040–1043.

628. Romanov, P. A., M. A. Romanova & J. Jernstedt. 2005. Ontogenetic transition from protostele to dictyostele in Ceratopteris richardii: Cell fate mapping reveals correlations with shoot growth. P. 288. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

629. Romanova, M. & J. Jernstedt. 2005. Morphogenetic events in the Ceratopteris richardii (Parkeriaceae: Pteridophyta) shoot apex. Fern Gazette 17: 204.

630. Romanova, M. A., O. V. Yakovleva, N. K. Koteeva, G. M. Borisovskaya & J. Jernstedt. 2005. Fern shoot apical meristems (SAMs): structure, morphogenic activity and evolutionary homologies. P. 165. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract; Ceratopteris richardii]

631. Romero, M. I. & C. Real. 2005. A morphometric study of three closely related taxa in the European Isoetes velata complex. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 148: 459–464.

632. Romo, J. T. 2005. Emergence and establishment of Agropyron desertorum (Fisch.) (Crested Wheatgrass) seedlings in a sandhills prairie of central Saskatchewan. Natural Areas Journal 25: 26–35. [Selaginella densa]

633. Roovers, P., B. Bossuyt, H. Gulinck & M. Hermy. 2005. Vegetation recovery on closed paths in temperate deciduous forests. Journal of Environmental Management 74: 273–281. [Dryopteris filix–mas]

634. Roshchina, V. V. 2005. Contractile proteins in chemical signal transduction in plant microspores. Biology Bulletin 32: 229–233. [Equisetum arvense]

635. Rothwell, G. W. 2005. Do we need more characters or more taxa to resolve the overall pattern of land plant phylogeny? P. 165. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

636. Rothwell, G. W. & S. Lev–Yadun. 2005. Evidence of polar auxin flow in 375 million–year–old fossil wood. American Journal of Botany 92: 903–906.

637. Rothwell, G. W. & K. Nixon. 2005. The overall pattern of fern phylogeny: a review and reevaluation. In Abstracts of Botany 2005. Botanical Society of America (www.2005.botanyconference.org), Austin Texas. [Abstract]

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639. Rowntree, J. K. & E. Sheffield. 2005. Effects of Asulam spraying on non–target ferns. Canadian Journal of Botany 83: 1622–1629. [Pteridium aquilinum]

640. Royo, A. A. & W. P. Carson. 2005. The herb community of a tropical forest in central Panama: dynamics and impact of mammalian herbivores. Oecologia 145: 66–75. [Adiantum lucidum]

641. Royo de Sedas, A. A. 2005. Mammal–plant dynamics in forests: interactions and implications for understory plant diversity. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA. 148 pp. [Dissertation; Dennstaedtia punctilobula]

642. Ru, L. Y., H. Z. Chun & L. X. Yong. 2005. As–hyperaccumulation of Pteris vittata L. as influenced by as concentrations in soils of contaminated fields. Huanjing Kexue 26: 181–186. [Chinese]

643. Rumsey, F. J., J. A. Barrett, M. Gibby, S. J. Russell & J. C. Vogel. 2005. Reproductive strategies and population structure in the endangered pteridophyte Trichomanes speciosum (Hymenophyllaceae: Pteridophyta). Fern Gazette 17: 205–215.

644. Safford, H. D., J. H. Viers & S. P. Harrison. 2005. Serpentine endemism in the California flora: a database of serpentine affinity. Madrono 52: 222–257.

645. Sah, N. K., S. N. P. Singh, S. Sahdev, S. Banerji, V. Jha, Z. Khan & S. E. Hasnain. 2005. Indian herb 'Sanjeevani' (Selaginella bryopteris), can promote growth and protect against heat shock and apoptotic activities of ultraviolet and oxidative stress. Journal of Biosciences (Bangalore) 30: 499–505.

646. Saha, D., S. Dasgupta & A. Saha. 2005. Antifungal activity of some plant extracts against fungal pathogens of tea (Camellia sinensis). Pharmaceutical Biology 43: 87–91. [Dryopteris filix–mas]

647. Saier, M. H., Jr. 2005. Beneficial bacteria and bioremediation. Journal of Molecular Microbiology & Biotechnology 9: 63–64. [Azolla]

648. Saini, D. C. 2005. Pteridophytic flora of Anuppur district in Madhya Pradesh. Journal of Economic & Taxonomic Botany 29: 713–732.

649. Salanon, R. & J. F. Gandioli. 2005. Floristic cartography of the hydrographic network of the conglomerates of right bank of the low valley of Var, Marine Alps. Bulletin de la Societe Linneenne de Provence 56: 49–134. [French; Cyrtomium fortunei, Pteris cretica]

650. Salanon, R., J. F. Gandioli, S. S. Samant, H. C. Joshi, S. C. Arya & S. Pant. 2005. Diversity, distribution and conservation of Pteridophytes in Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, West Himalaya. Indian Fern Journal 22: 100–111.

651. Salatino, M. L. F., J. Prado & A. Salatino. 2005. Phylogenetic relationships in Pteridaceae inferred from chloroplast rbcL nucleotide sequences. P. 384. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

652. Saldana, A. & E. Gianoli. 2005. Natural selection on ecophysiological traits of Blechnum chilense (Klf.) Mett. (Pteridophyta) in gaps and understories in a temperate forest. Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 40 (Supl.): 193. [Abstract]

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654. Salgado, E. 2005. Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on Philippine ferns II: Three new names in Asplenium. Edinburgh Journal of Botany 61: 185–195.

655. Salmi, M. L. 2005. Experession profile analysis of early development and gravity response of germinating Ceratopteris richardii spores. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin Texas USA. 129 pp. [Dissertation]

656. Salmi, M. L., T. J. Bushart, S. C. Stout & S. J. Roux. 2005. Profile and analysis of gene expression changes during early development in germinating spores of Ceratopteris richardii. Plant Physiology (Rockville) 138: 1734–1745.

657. Sanchez, C. & M. G. Caluff. 2005. Novelties in Thelypteris subg. Amauropelta (Thelypteridaceae, Pteridophyta) for Cuba. New taxa and new records. Willdenowia 35: 159–165.

658. Sanders, H. L., G. W. Rothwell & S. Wyatt. 2005. Applying mutant analysis to the interpretation of the fossil record: A new perspective on leaf evolution. P. 308. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

659. Sant, S. & H. Michaud. 2005. Contribution to the knowledge of Alpes–Maritimes and Var departments Pteridophyta (France). Biocosme Mesogeen 21: 1–14. [French]

660. Santo, D. E. & P. Arsenio. 2005. Influence of land use on the composition of plant communities from seasonal pond ecosystems in the Guadiana Valley Natural Park (Portugal). Phytocoenologia 35: 267–281. [Isoetes]

661. Santos, M. G. & D. S. D. Araujo. 2005. Pteridophytes of the sandy coastal plains of Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil: species richness, distribution and conservation. P. 601. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

662. Sardon, D., I. de la Fuente, E. Calonge, M. D. Perez–Alenza, M. Castano, S. Dunner & L. Pena. 2005. H–ras immunohistochemical expression and molecular analysis of urinary bladder lesions in grazing adult cattle exposed to bracken fern. Journal of Comparative Pathology 132: 195–201. [Pteridium]

663. Sarika, M., P. Dimopoulos & A. Yannitsaros. 2005. Contribution to the knowledge of the wetland flora and vegetation of Amvrakikos Gulf, W Greece. Willdenowia 35: 69–85. [Salvinia natans]

664. Sathapattayanon, A. & T. Boonkerd. 2005. Pteridophyte diversity along a gradient of disturbance within and near abandoned opencast mines in Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand. Fern Gazette 17: 179.

665. Sato, K., P. B. Crowley & C. Dennison. 2005. Transient homodimer interactions studied using the electron self–exchange reaction. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280: 19281–19288. [Dryopteris crassirhizoma]

666. Sato, Y., T. Iwata, S. Tokutomi & H. Kandori. 2005. State of the LOV2 domain in Adiantum phytocrhrome3. Journal of the American Chemical Society 127: 1088–1089.

667. Schaefer, H. 2005. Endemic vascular plants of the Azores: an updated list. Hoppea 66: 275–283.

668. Schmidt, B., L. H. Rasmussen, G. W. Svendsen, F. Ingerslev & H. C. Bruun Hansen. 2005. Genotoxic activity and inhibition of soil respiration by ptaquiloside, a bracken fern carcinogen. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 24: 7. [Pteridium aquilinum]

669. Schmitt, J. L., J. C. Budke & P. G. Windisch. 2005. Floral and ecological aspects of epiphytic pteridophytes in the caudexes of Dicksonia sellowiana Hook. (Pteridophyta, Dicksoniaceae), Sao Francisco de Paula, RS, Brazil. Pesquisas Botanica 56: 161–172. [Portuguese]

670. Schneider, H. 2005. Aspects of fern radiations. P. 101. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

671. Schneider, H., T. A. Ranker, S. J. Russell, R. Cranfill, J. M. O. Geiger, R. Aguraiuja, K. R. Wood, M. Grundmann, K. Kloberdanz & J. C. Vogel. 2005. Origin of the endemic fern genus Diellia coincides with the renewal of Hawaiian terrestrial life in the Miocene. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B 272: 455–460.

672. Schor–Fumbarov, T., P. B. Goldsbrough, Z. Adam & E. Tel–Or. 2005. Characterization and expression of a metallothionein gene in the aquatic fern Azolla filiculoides under heavy metal stress. Planta (Berlin) 223: 69–76.

673. Schroeder, H. K., H. E. Andersen & K. Kiehl. 2005. Rejecting the mean: Estimating the response of fen plant species to environmental factors by non–linear quantile regression. Journal of Vegetation Science 16: 373–382. [Equisetum fluviatile]

674. Schuettpelz, E. 2005. The diversification of epiphytic ferns: evidence for a radiation on angiosperms. P. 102. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

675. Sciarretta, K. L., E. P. Arbuckle, C. H. Haufler & C. R. Werth. 2005. Patterns of genetic variation in southern appalachian populations of Athyrium filix–femina var. asplenioides (Dryopteridaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 166: 761–780.

676. Segev, A., T. Weissbrod & B. Lang. 2005. Ar–40/Ar–39 dating of the Aptian–Albian igneous rocks in Makhtesh Ramon (Negev, Israel) and its stratigraphic implications. Cretaceous Research 26: 633–656.

677. Selvaraj, P., A. J. de Britto & K. Sahayaraj. 2005. Phytoecdysone of Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn (Dennstaedtiaceae) and its pesticidal property on two major pests. Archives of Phytopathology & Plant Protection 38: 99–105.

678. Sender, L. M., J. B. Diez, J. Ferrer, D. Pons & C. Rubio. 2005. Preliminary data on a new Albian flora from the Valle del Rio Martin, Teruel, Spain. Cretaceous Research 26: 898–905.

679. Senna, R. M. 2005. A new species of Rumohra Raddi (Dryopteridaceae–Pteridophyta) from Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Iheringia Serie Botanica 60: 253–258.

680. Seth, M. K. & S. Kumar. 2005. Tracheary elements in pteridophytes of Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh). Part I: Length, breadth and length/breadth ratio of tracheids. Indian Fern Journal 22: 128–136.

681. Seth, M. K. & S. Kumar. 2005. Tracheary elements in pteridophytes of Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh). Part II: Length, breadth and length/breadth ratio of vessels. Indian Fern Journal 22: 137–145.

682. Shadangi, D. K. & V. Nath. 2005. Impact of seasons on ground flora under plantation and natural forest in Amarkantak. Indian Forester 131: 240–250. [Ophioglossum reticulatum, Adiantum]

683. Sharma, B. D. 2005. Anatomy of Isoetes – Description and interpretations. Bionature 25: 21–35.

684. Sharma, K. P., K. Sharma, S. Kumar, S. Sharma, R. Grover, P. Soni, S. M. Bhardwaj, R. K. Chaturvedi & S. Sharma. 2005. Response of selected aquatic macrophytes towards textile dye wastewaters. Indian Journal of Biotechnology 4: 538–545. [Azolla pinnata]

685. Sharma, O. P. 2005. Pteridophytic flora of Bundi district, southeastern Rajasthan. Zoos Print Journal 20: 1836–1837.

686. Sharpe, J. M. 2005. Temporal variation in sporophyte fertility in Dryopteris intermedia and Polystichum acrostichoides (Dryopteridaceae: Pteridophyta). Fern Gazette 17: 223–234. 687. Shaw, S., M. S. Barker, R. J. Hickey & J. E. Rawlins. 2005. Natural history of the Puerto Rican soral cryptic lepidoptera. In Abstracts of Botany 2005. Botanical Society of America (www.2005.botanyconference.org), Austin Texas. [Abstract; Blechnum occidentale, Microgramma heterophylla, Phlebodium aureum]

688. Shaw, S. W. & R. J. Hickey. 2005. Comparative morphology of the glossopodia of three North American Isoetes ligules. American Fern Journal 95: 94–114.

689. Sher, H., Z. D. Khan, A. U. Khan & F. Hussain. 2005. In–situ protection management and conservation study of some medicinal plants. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 27: 27–36. [Adiantum capillus–veneris]

690. Shi, H. W., H. D. Huang, M. X. Jiang & X. Jin. 2005. Community characteristics and conservation strategies of Adiantum reniforme var. sinense, an endemic species in the Three–Gorge Reservoir Region. Wuhan Zhiwuxue Yanjiu 23: 262–266. [Chinese]

691. Shi, S., Q. Guo, M. Cheng & G. Liang. 2005. Fractal properties of the spatial pattern of Alsophila spinulosa population in Mopangou, Fuling. Shengtaixue Zazhi 24: 581–584. [Chinese]

692. Shiao, S. F. & S. Wu. 2005. A new fern–feeding species of Agromysidae (Diptera) from Taiwan. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 131: 355–363. [Angiopteris]

693. Shilo, N. A., A. V. Lozhkin, P. M. Anderson, L. N. Vazhenina, T. V. Matrosova & A. N. Kotov. 2005. New radiocarbon and paleobotanical data concerning the development of glacial lakes in Chukotka. Doklady Akademii Nauk 404: 687–689.

694. Shokeen, P., K. Ray, M. Bala & V. Tandon. 2005. Preliminary studies on activity of Ocimum sanctum, Drynaria quercifolia, and Annona squamosa against Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 32: 106–111.

695. Shukla, P. K., G. K. Srivastava, S. K. Shukla & P. K. Rajagopal. 2005. Two new species of the genus Isoetes L. (Isoetaceae–Lycopsida) from India. Taxon 54: 109–116.

696. Shukla, S. P. & P. B. Khare. 2005. In–vitro callusing of the leaf primordium explant of Pteris vittata L. Indian Fern Journal 22: 152–156.

697. Silva–Matos, D. M., G. D. F. M. Fonseca & L. Silva–Lima. 2005. Differences on post–fire regeneration of the pioneer trees Cecropia glazioui and Trema micrantha in a lowland Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Revista de Biologia Tropical 53: 1–4. [Pteridium aquilinum]

698. Singh, L. N., R. K. K. Singh, A. H. Singh & Z. Chhangte. 2005. Efficacy of urea in integration with Azolla and vermicompost in rainfed rice (Oryza sativa) production and their residual effect on soil properties. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 75: 44–45.

699. Singh, S. & R. D. Dixit. 2005. Fern–allies of Central India. Journal of Economic & Taxonomic Botany 29: 403–413.

700. Singh, S. & G. Panigrahi. 2005. Ferns and fern–allies of Arunachal Pradesh. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun India. 881 pp.

701. Singh, Y. N. & T. Singh. 2005. Rare and endangered species of Stag–Horn Fern (Platycerium alcicorne Desv.) from Manipur, NE India. Indian Fern Journal 22: 7–13. [Platycerium wallichii]

702. Small, R. L., E. B. Lickey, J. Shaw & W. D. Hauk. 2005. Amplification of noncoding chloroplast DNA for phylogenetic studies in lycophytes and monilophytes with a comparative example of relative phylogenetic utility from Ophioglossaceae. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 36: 509–522. 703. Smith, A. R. 2005. Floristics in the 21st century: Balancing user–needs and phylogenetic information. Fern Gazette 17: 105–137.

704. Smith, A. R., B. Leon, H. Tuomisto, H. van der Werff, R. C. Moran, M. Lehnert & M. Kessler. 2005. New records of pteridophytes for the flora of Peru. SIDA Contributions to Botany 21: 2321–2342.

705. Smith, D. N., R. Roseff, L. Bevan, A. G. Brown, S. Butler, G. Hughes & A. Monckton. 2005. Archaeological and environmental investigations of a Lateglacial and Holocene river sedimentary sequence on the River Soar at Croft, Leicestershire, UK. Holocene 15: 353–377.

706. Smith, D. R. 2005. Two new fern–feeding sawflies of the genus Aneugmenus Hartig (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) from South America. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 107: 273–278. [Pteridium aquilinum]

707. Sole de Porta, N. & M. T. Murillo Pulido. 2005. Palinobotanical study of spores of some species of pteridophyta from Colombia. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas Físicas y Naturales 29: 183–218. [Spanish]

708. Solis, M. A., U. Chattrukul, A. Winotai, S. Rimbut, A. Thagong, J. H. Goolsby, S. H. Yen, R. Pemberton & T. Wright. 2005. Siamusotima aranea, a new stem–boring musotimine (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) from Thailand feeding on Lygodium flexuosum (Schizaeaceae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98: 887–895.

709. Solis, M. A., D. R. Davis & K. Nishida. 2005. Life history and systematics of Albusambia elaphoglossumae (Lepidoptera : Crambidae): A new genus and species of musotimine with leaf–mining biology from Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical 53: 487–501. [Elaphoglossum conspersum]

710. Somvanshi, R. & V. K. Sharma. 2005. Proliferative urocystica and adenoma in a guinea–pig. Journal of Comparative Pathology 133: 277–280. [Christella dentata]

711. Songtham, W., B. Ratanasthien, M. Watanasak, D. C. Mildenhall, S. Singharajwarapan & W. Kandharosa. 2005. Tertiary basin evolution in northern Thailand: A palynological point of view. Natural History Bulletin of the Siam Society 53: 17–32.

712. Sood, A., A. S. Ahluwalia & S. Dua. 2005. Indicators of phosphorus deficiency in Azolla pinnata (Salviniales, Pteridophyta). Acta Botanica Hungarica 47: 197–205.

713. Soria, A. & B. Meyer–Berthaud. 2005. Reconstructing the Late Devonian cladoxylopsid Pietzschia schulleri from new specimens from southeastern Morocco. International Journal of Plant Sciences 166: 857–874.

714. Sperry, J. S., U. G. Hacke & J. K. Wheeler. 2005. Comparative analysis of end wall resistivity in xylem conduits. Plant, Cell & Environment 28: 456–465.

715. Sridokchan, W., S. Markich & P. Visoottiviseth. 2005. Arsenic tolerance, accumulation and elemental distribution in twelve ferns: A screening study. Australasian Journal of Ecotoxicology 11: 101–110.

716. Srivastava, A. & R. C. Khare. 2005. Structure and organization of the vascular system in the rhizome of Goniophlebium and Polypodium. Indian Fern Journal 22: 168–176.

717. Srivastava, G. K. 2005. Systematics, biogeography and diversification of Indian quillworts (Isoetes L.). Jour. Indian Bot. Soc. 84: 1–11.

718. Srivastava, M., L. Q. Ma & J. A. Cotruvo. 2005. Uptake and distribution of selenium in different fern species. International Journal of Phytoremediation 7: 33–42.

719. Srivastava, M., L. Q. Ma, N. Singh & S. Singh. 2005. Antioxidant responses of hyper–accumulator and sensitive fern species to arsenic. Journal of Experimental Botany 56: 1335–1342.

720. Stepanek, J., J. Chrtek Jr., J. Hadinec, J. Kirschner, J. K. Kroupa1, O. Sida, B. Skocdopolova, J. Suda, K. Sutory & P. Triskova. 2005. Digital databasing of type collections from Czech herbaria. Pp. 353–354. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

721. Sterling, P. H. & R. J. Heckford. 2005. Moss as a pabulum for Hepialus hecta (Linnaeus, 1758) (Lep.: Hepialidae). Entomologist's Record & Journal of Variation. 117: 47. [Pteridium aquilinum]

722. Stighall, K. 2005. New Swedish locality for Botrychium simplex. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 99: 17–20. [Swedish]

723. Stilts, C. E. & R. H. Fisher. 2005. Synthesis and evaluation of plant auxins: A collaborative laboratory experiment organic and biochemistry students. Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society 229(Part 1): U355. [Abstract; Ceratopteris richardii]

724. Stoffels, R. J., K. R. Clarke & G. P. Closs. 2005. Spatial scale and benthic community organisation in the littoral zones of large oligotrophic lakes: potential for cross–scale interactions. Freshwater Biology 50: 1131–1145. [Isoetes]

725. Streitz, H. 2005. The fern and vascular plants of Wiesbaden and the Rheingau–Taunus region – Distribution and endangerment at the beginning of the 21st Century – With 1016 pattern distribution cards. Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft 562: 1–402. [German]

726. Stuart, T. 2005. Apogamy matters. Fiddlehead Forum 32: 4–5.

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728. Stuart, T. 2005. Apogamous ferns. Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly 15 (3): 34–35.

729. Su, Y., F. X. Han, B. B. M. Sridhar & D. L. Monts. 2005. Phytotoxicity and phytoaccumulation of trivalent and hexavalent chromium in brake fern. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 24: 2019–2026. [Pteris vittata]

730. Su, Y. J., T. Wang, B. Zheng, Y. Jiang, G. P. Chen, P. Y. Ouyang & Y. F. Sun. 2005. Genetic differentiation of relictual populations of Alsophila spinulosa in southern China inferred from cpDNA trnL–F noncoding sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 34: 323–333.

731. Su, Y. J., T. Wang, B. Zheng, Y. Jiang, P. Y. Ouyang & G. P. Chen. 2005. Genetic variation and phylogeographical patterns in Alsophila podophylla from southern China based on cpDNA atpB–rbcL sequence data. American Fern Journal 95: 68–79.

732. Suetsugu, N., F. Mittmann, G. Wagner, J. Hughes & M. Wada. 2005. A chimeric photoreceptor gene, NEOCHROME, has arisen twice during plant evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102: 13705–13709. [Adiantum]

733. Sumberova, K., V. Horakova & Z. Lososova. 2005. Vegetation dynamics on exposed pond bottoms in the Ceskobudejovicka basin (Czech Republic). Phytocoenologia 35: 421–448. [Equisetum palustre]

734. Sun, B. Y., C. H. Kim, Y. Kim, C. W. Park, M. H. Kim & C. S. Kim. 2005. Molecular phylogeny of the Ophioglossaceae inferred from rbcL sequences with special emphasis on the genus Mankyua. P. 384. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

735. Sun, T. X., D. Edwards & C. S. Li. 2005. The stomatal apparatus of Lycopodium japonicum and its bearing on the stomata of the Devonian lycophyte Drepanophycus spinaeformis. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 149: 209–216.

736. Sundue, M. A. & J. Prado. 2005. Adiantum diphyllum, a rare and endemic species of Bahia State, Brazil, and its close relatives. Brittonia 57: 123–128.

737. Suzuki, C. C. L. F., M. T. Paulilo & A. M. Randi. 2005. Substrate and irradiance affect the early growth of the endangered tropical tree fern Dicksonia sellowiana Hook. (Dicksoniaceae). American Fern Journal 95: 115–125.

738. Suzuki, T., I. Watanabe & T. Shiraiwa. 2005. Allozyme types of water fern Azolla japonica and its relatives (Azollaceae) growing in Japan. APG Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica 56: 71–83.

739. Svenning, M. M., T. Eriksson & U. Rasmussen. 2005. Phylogeny of symbiotic cyanobacteria within the genus Nostoc based on 16S rDNA sequence analyses. Archives of Microbiology 183: 19–26. [Azolla filiculoides]

740. Swenson, U. & K. Martinsson. 2005. Restoring pastureland by pulling bracken. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 99: 339–346. [Swedish; Pteridium aquilinum]

741. Szuri, S. P., K. Guanira, L. Q. Ma, M. Allen, L. Moos & Y. Cai. 2005. Arsenic accumulation by Chinese brake fern in amended coal fly ash. Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society 229(Part 1): U841–U84. [Abstract; Pteris vittata]

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744. Takeuchi, W. 2005. Floristic notes from a Holocene successional environment in Papuasia. Harvard Papers in Botany 10: 95–116.

745. Tani, T. & G. Kudo. 2005. Overwintering leaves of a forest–floor fern, Dryopteris crassirhizoma (Dryopteridaceae): A small contribution to the resource storage and photosynthetic carbon gain. Annals of Botany (London) 95: 263–270.

746. Tatarnikov, D. V. 2005. Mechanisms providing for species coexistence in the herb–dwarf shrub layer of a southern taiga birch forest. Russian Journal of Ecology 36: 371–376. [Dryopteris spinulosa, Gymnocarpium dryopteris]

747. Taylor, E. L. 2005. Permian–Triassic vegetation in Antarctica: Floral turnover in relation to changes in paleolatitude and paleoclimate. P. 114. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

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749. Tejero–Diez, J. D. 2005. Revision taxonomica del complejo. Polypodium plesiosorum Kunze (Polypodiaceae, Polypodiophyta). Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa Mexico. [Dissertation]

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751. Then, A., K. Szentmihalyi, A. Gere, S. Jasztrab & E. Szoke. 2005. Antioxidant properties of Myrtilli folium, Phaseoli fructus sine semnibus and drug mixture extracts. Acta Alimentaria 34: 169–176. [Equisetum arvense]

752. Thessler, S., K. Ruokolainen, H. Tuomisto & E. Tomppo. 2005. Mapping gradual landscape–scale floristic changes in Amazonian primary rain forests by combining ordination and remote sensing. Global Ecology & Biogeography 14: 315–325.

753. Thevenard, F., G. Barale, G. Guignard, V. Daviero–Gomez, B. Gomez, M. Philippe & N. Labert. 2005. Reappraisal of the ill–defined Liassic pteridosperm Dichopteris using an ultrastructural approach. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 149: 313–332.

754. Thompson, R. L. & J. R. Skeese III. 2005. Vascular flora of Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area in the Oregon Coast Range, Coos County, Oregon. Madrono 52: 215–221. [Polystichum munitum]

755. Thomson, J. A., A. C. Chikuni & C. S. McMaster. 2005. The taxonomic status and relationships of bracken ferns (Pteridium: Dennstaedtiaceae) from sub–Saharan Africa. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 148: 311–321.

756. Tipping, P. W. & T. D. Center. 2005. Influence of plant size and species on preference of Cyrtobagous salviniae adults from two populations. Biological Control 32: 263–268. [Salvinia minima, S. molesta]

757. Tipping, P. W. & T. D. Center. 2005. Population dynamics of Cyrtobagous salviniae on common salvinia in South Florida. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 43: 47–50. [Salvinia minima]

758. Tomaselli, M., A. Petraglia & G. Rossi. 2005. Contribution to the environmental ecology of Cryptogramma crispa (L.) R. Br. ex Hooker in the Alps. Flora (Jena) 200: 175–186.

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761. Torres, V., J. Vandenberghe & H. Hooghiemstra. 2005. An environmental reconstruction of the sediment infill of the Bogota basin (Colombia) during the last 3 million years from abiotic and biotic proxies. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 226: 127–148.

762. Tripathi, M. K., D. K. Meena, P. Pareek & B. L. Yadav. 2005. Isoetes L. in Rajasthan – Study of effect of hyperthermia on cell membrane permeability. Indian Fern Journal 22: 157–159.

763. Truswell, E. M., P. G. Quilty, A. McMinn, M. K. MacPhail & G. E. Wheller. 2005. Late Miocene vegetation and palaeoenvironments of the Drygalski Formation, Heard Island, Indian Ocean: evidence from palynology. Antarctic Science 17: 427–442. 764. Tsai, M. C., J. W. Liao, S. H. Tseng, C. H. Chuan, S. S. Wu, S. H. Yang, S. C. Wang & J. S. Hwang. 2005. Safety evaluation of processed agricultural foods. Plant Protection Bulletin (Taichung) 47: 403–418. [Asplenium australasicum]

765. Tsutsumi, C. & M. Kato. 2005. Molecular phylogenetic study on Davalliaceae. Fern Gazette 17: 147–162.

766. Tu, C. & L. Q. Ma. 2005. Effects of arsenic on concentration and distribution of nutrients in the fronds of the arsenic hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata L. Environmental Pollution 135: 333–340.

767. Tulp, M. & L. Bohlin. 2005. Rediscovery of known natural compounds: Nuisance or goldmine? Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 13: 5274–5282. [Lycopodium clavatum]

768. Tuma, I., K. Fiala & P. Holub. 2005. Biomass formation, nutrient uptake and release in fern stands Athyrium distentifolium on deforested areas affected by pollution: comparison with grass stands. P. 578. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

769. Tuomisto, H. & K. Ruokolainen. 2005. Environmental heterogeneity and the diversity of pteridophytes and Melastomataceae in western Amazonia. Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab Biologiske Skrifter 55: 37–56.

770. Turnau, K., T. Anielska & A. Jurkiewicz. 2005. Mycothallic/mycorrhizal symbiosis of chlorophyllous gametophytes and sporophytes of a fern, Pellaea viridis (Forsk.) Prantl (Pellaeaceae, Pteridales). Mycorrhiza 15: 121–128.

771. Turner, N. A., W. C. Taylor, S. Masi & M. E. Stupen. 2005. Confirming Dioecy in Isoetes butleri. American Fern Journal 95: 85–87.

772. Tzvelev, N. N. 2005. The genus Pteridium (Hypolepidaceae) in the Eastern Europe and the Northern Asia. Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St. Petersburg) 90: 891–896.

773. Upadhyay, R. K. & S. K. Panda. 2005. Salt tolerance of two aquatic macrophytes, Pistia stratiotes and Salvinia molesta. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 49: 157–159.

774. Vaiphasa, C., S. Ongsomwang, T. Vaiphasa & A. K. Skidmore. 2005. Tropical mangrove species discrimination using hyperspectral data: A laboratory study. Estuarine Coastal & Shelf Science 65: 371–379. [Acrostichum aureum]

775. Vajda, V. 2005. Short–term collapse of vegetation at the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary in New Zealand – cause for extinction of polar dinosaurs? P. 114. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

776. van Bruggen, H. W. E. 2005. Der Name Azolla cristata Kaulf. ist prioritatsberechtigt. Aqua Planta 30: 65. [German]

777. van Hove, C. & H. Rosenthal. 2005. Azolla research. Comments on a paper entitled 'Use of a natural aquatic fern, Azolla microphylla, as a main component in food for the omnivorous–phytoplanktonophagous tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus L.' (J. Appl. Ichthyol. 2004: 20, 517–520). Journal of Applied Ichthyology 21: 535–536.

778. Van Itterbeeck, J., V. S. Markevich & V. Codrea. 2005. Palynostratigraphy of the Maastrichtian dinosaur and mammal sites of the Raul Mare and Barbat Valleys (Hateg Basin, Romania). Geologica Carpathica 56: 137–147.

779. Vanhoorne, R. 2005. Pollen assemblages, plant communities and biostratigraphy of the lower pleistocene campine clay in Belgium. Geologica Belgica 8: 15–36. 780. Vasheka, O. V. 2005. Higher spore–bearing plants collection in outdoors in the O.V. Fomin Botanical Garden. P. 382. In Abstracts (www.ibc2005.ac.at). XVII International Botanical Congress 17–23 July, Vienna Austria. [Abstract]

781. Vasheka, O. V. 2005. Hardy North American ferns in O. V. Fomin Botanical Garden higher spore–bearing plants collection. Pp. 117–118. In Urgent problems of investigation and conservation phytodiversity. Proceeding of Conference of Young Botanists 6–9 September, Uman, Ukraine. [Ukrainian]

782. Vega, J. A., C. Fernandez & T. Fonturbel. 2005. Throughfall, runoff and soil erosion after prescribed burning in gorse shrubland in Galicia (NW Spain). Land Degradation & Development 16: 37–51. [Pteridium aquilinum]

783. Velazquez Montes, E. 2005. Flora de Guerrero. No. 24. Dicksoniaceae, Osmundaceae and Plagiogyriaceae. Facultad de Ciencias, UNAM., Mexico City. 18 pp. [Spanish]

784. Velez, M. I., H. Hooghiemstra & S. Metcalfe. 2005. Fossil and modern diatom assemblages from the Savanna lake El Pinal, Colombia: An environmental reconstruction. Diatom Research 20: 387–407. [Isoetes]

785. Verdcourt, B. 2005. Flora of Tropical East Africa. Isoetaceae. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for the East African Governments, Kew UK. 8 pp.

786. Verdcourt, B. 2005. Flora of Tropical East Africa. Lycopodicaceae. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Kew UK. 19 pp.

787. Verdcourt, B. 2005. Flora of Tropical East Africa. Selaginellaceae. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for the East African Governments, Kew. 24 pp.

788. Verma, S. C. 2005. Compartmentalization of the fern genome and the gene block hypothesis revisited. Bionature 25: 41–55.

789. Viegas, C. J., V. d. S. Bolzani, E. J. Barreiro & C. A. M. Fraga. 2005. New anti–Alzheimer drugs from biodiversity: The role of the natural acetylcholinesterase inhibitors. Mini–Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry 5: 915–926. [Lycopodium]

790. Villar de Seoane, L. 2005. Equisetites pusillus sp nov. from the Aptian of Patagonia, Argentina. Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Nueva Serie 7: 43–49.

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792. Volodina, S. I., I. F. Chadin, V. A. Martynenko & V. V. Volodin. 2005. Productivity and 20–hydroxyecdysone accumulation in Silene tatarica (Caryophyllaceae) above–ground part in natural populations (European North–East of Russia). Rastitel'nye Resursy 41: 64–69. [Equisetum arvense]

793. Wagner, F., D. L. Dilcher & H. Visscher. 2005. Stomatal frequency responses in hardwood–swamp vegetation from Florida during a 60–year continuous CO2 increase. American Journal of Botany 92: 690–695. [Osmunda regalis]

794. Walker, L. R. 2005. Restoring soil and expression processes. Pp. 192–196. In S. Mansourian, D. Vallauri & N. Dudley (Eds.). Forest Restoration in Landscapes: Beyond Planting Trees. Springer, New York NY USA.

795. Walters, C., L. M. Hill & L. J. Wheeler. 2005. Dying while dry: Kinetics and mechanisms of deterioration in desiccated organisms. Integrative & Comparative Biology 45: 751–758. [Selaginella lepidophylla]

796. Wang, C. B., X. J. He, Y. H. Ma & D. Y. Meng. 2005. Floristic analysis of pteridophytes in Wawushan National Forest Park. Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao 25: 138–143. [Chinese]

797. Wang, D. M., S. G. Hao & Q. Wang. 2005. Rotafolia songziensis gen. et comb. nov., a sphenopsid from the Late Devonian of Hubei, China. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 148: 21–37.

798. Wang, F. G., D. M. Liu, Y. H. Yan, Y. S. Ye & F. W. Xing. 2005. Newly–recorded ferns in Guangdong Province. Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao 25: 2307–2309. [Chinese]

799. Wang, G., L. Wang, Z. Li, J. Ding & D. Liu. 2005. Characteristics of accumulation and content of heavy metals of weeds. Shengtaixue Zazhi 24: 639–643. [Pteris multifida]

800. Wang, J. Y., R. Wahiti Gituru & Q. F. Wang. 2005. Ecology and conservation of Isoetes sinensis in China. Journal of Natural History 39: 4069–4079.

801. Wang, L. F., H. B. Ji, K. Z. Bai, L. B. Li & T. Y. Kuang. 2005. Photosynthetic characterization of the plant Dicranopteris dichotoma Bernh. in a rare earth elements mine. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 47: 1092–1100.

802. Wang, Q., B. Y. Geng & D. L. Dilcher. 2005. New perspective on the architecture of the Late Devonian arborescent lycopsid Leptophloeum rhombicum (Leptopiiloeaceae). American Journal of Botany 92: 83–91.

803. Wang, R. & X. C. Tang. 2005. Neuroprotective effects of huperzine A – A natural cholinesterase inhibitor for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. NeuroSignals 14: 71–82. [Huperzia serrata]

804. Wang, W., J. Ma, J. Li & Z. Wang. 2005. Winter food habits of wild boars in Tonghe, Heilongjiang Province. Acta Theriologica Sinica 25: 407–409. [Chinese; Equisetum hyemale]

805. Wang, X. X. & Z. J. Jia. 2005. Chemical constituents of Equisetum ramosissimum. Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao 25: 2524–2528. [Chinese]

806. Wang, Y., Z. Cao & F. Thevenard. 2005. Additional data on Todites (Osmundaceae) from the Lower Jurassic – with special references to the paleogeographical and stratigraphical distributions in China. Geobios (Paris) 38: 823–841.

807. Wang, Y., V. Mosbrugger & H. Zhang. 2005. Early to Middle Jurassic vegetation and climatic events in the Qaidam Basin, northwest China. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 224: 200–216.

808. Wang, Y. & H. H. Xu. 2005. Sublepidodendron grabaui comb. nov., a lycopsid from the Upper Devonian of China. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 149: 299–311.

809. Watkins, J., M. Mack & S. Mulkey. 2005. Comparative functional ecology of terrestrial and epiphytic gametophytes of tropical ferns. In Abstracts (http://abstracts.co.allenpress.com/pweb/esa2005/). ESA 2005 Annual Meeting, Montreal Canada. [Abstract]

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811. Watkins, J. E., Jr. & D. R. Farrar. 2005. Origin and taxonomic affinities of Thelypteris (subgen. Stegnogramma) burksiorum (Thelypteridaceae). Brittonia 57: 183–201.

812. Wavern, I. M. van, F. Hasibuan, M. Suyoko, P. L. do Boer, D. Chaney, K. Ueno, M. Booi, E. A. P. Iskandar, C. King, J. M. de Leeuw & J. H. A. van Konijnenburg–van Cittert. 2005. Taphonomy, palaeobotany and sedimentology of the Mengkarang Formation (Early Permian, Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia). The Nonmarine Permian Bull. 30: 333–341.

813. Weber, R. 2005. Equisetites aequecaliginosus sp nov., a tall horsetail from the Late Triassic Santa Clara Formation, Sonora, Mexico. Revue de Paleobiologie 24: 331–364. [German]

814. Wei, Z., F. Hong, M. Yin, H. Li, F. Hu, G. Zhao & J. W. Wong. 2005. Structural differences between light and heavy rare earth element binding chlorophylls in naturally grown fern Dicranopteris linearis. Biological Trace Element Research 106: 279–297.

815. Wei, Z., F. Hong, M. Yin, H. Li, F. Hu, G. Zhao & J. WoonchungWong. 2005. Subcellular and molecular localization of rare earth elements and structural characterization of yttrium bound chlorophyll a in naturally grown fern Dicranopteris dichotoma. Microchemical Journal 80: 1–8.

816. Weng, J. K., M. Tanurdzic & C. Chapple. 2005. Functional analysis and comparative genomics of expressed sequence tags from the lycophyte Selaginella moellendorffii. BMC Genomics 6: 6.

817. Wenxue, L., C. Tongbin, C. Yang & L. Mei. 2005. Role of trichome of Pteris vittata L. in arsenic hyperaccumulation. Science in China Series C Life Sciences 48: 148–154.

818. Werner, F. A., J. Homeier & S. R. Gradstein. 2005. Diversity of vascular epiphytes on isolated remnant trees in the Montane forest belt of southern Ecuador. Ecotropica (Bonn) 11: 21–40.

819. White, D. A. 2005. Architectural mutation and leaf form, for the palmate series. Journal of Theoretical Biology 235: 289–301. [Lygodium palmatum]

820. White, H. S., S. Schachter, D. Lee, X. Ji & D. Eisenberg. 2005. Anticonvulsant activity of Huperzine A, an alkaloid extract of Chinese club moss (Huperzia serrata). Joint Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society/American Clinical Neurophysiology Society, Washington, DC, USA; December 02 –06. Epilepsia 46(Suppl. 8): 220. [Abstract]

821. Whittier, D. P., J. C. Pintaud & J. E. Braggins. 2005. The gametophyte of Lycopodium deuterodensum – Type II or I. American Fern Journal 95: 22–29.

822. Whittier, D. P. & K. S. Renzaglia. 2005. The young gametophyte of Lycopodiella lateralis and the role of the intermediate shaft in development of Lycopodiella gametophytes. American Fern Journal 95: 153–159.

823. Widgren, A. 2005. Gravel pit becomes nature reserve for its botanical qualities. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 99: 265–268. [Swedish; Lycopodiella inundata]

824. Wikstrom, N. & K. M. Pryer. 2005. Incongruence between primary sequence data and the distribution of a mitochondrial atp1 group II intron among ferns and horsetails. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 36: 484–493.

825. Wilbur, R. L. & M. K. Whitson. 2005. The identity of Riddell's seven validly published but over–looked pteridophytic binomials. American Fern Journal 95: 160–169. [Adiantum capillus–veneris, A. capillus–veneris var. protrusum, Cheilanthes alabamensis, Dryopteris ludoviciana, D. kunthii, Lycopodium corallinum, Pellaea ovata, Selaginella riddellii, S. corallina, Thelypteris hispidula, T. hispidula var. versicolor]

826. Wilcox, C. A., Y. M. Chun & Y. D. Choi. 2005. Redevelopment of black oak (Quercus velutina Lam.) savanna in an abandoned sand mine in Indiana Dunes National Seashore USA. American Midland Naturalist 154: 11–27. [Equisetum arvense]

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