Connecting Students to Citizen Science and Curated Collections

Students Contributing to Our Understanding of Global Biodiversity


de Vere, N., T. C. G. Rich, C. R. Ford, S. A. Trinder, C. Long, C. W. Moore, D. Satterthwaite, et al. 2012. DNA Barcoding the Native Flowering Plants and Conifers of Wales. PLoS One 7.

Delye, C., C. Deulvot, and B. Chauvel. 2013. DNA Analysis of Herbarium Specimens of the Grass Weed Alopecurus myosuroides Reveals Herbicide Resistance Pre-Dated Herbicides. PLoS One 8.

Lees, D. C., H. W. Lack, R. Rougerie, A. Hernandez-Lopez, T. Raus, N. D. Avtzis, S. Augustin, et al. 2011. Tracking origins of invasive herbivores through herbaria and archival DNA: the case of the horse-chestnut leaf miner. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9: 322-328.

Miller-Rushing, A. J., R. B. Primack, D. Primack, and S. Mukunda. 2006. Photographs and herbarium specimens as tools to document phenological changes in response to global warming. American Journal of Botany 93: 1667-1674.

Novak, S. J., and R. N. Mack. 2001. Tracing plant introduction and spread: Genetic evidence from Bromus tectorum (Cheatgrass). Bioscience 51: 114-122.

Primack, D., C. Imbres, R. B. Primack, A. J. Miller-Rushing, and P. Del Tredici. 2004. Herbarium specimens demonstrate earlier flowering times in response to warming in Boston. American Journal of Botany 91: 1260-1264.

Simpson, M. 2011. Plant Systematics. Burlington, MA: Academic Press.