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Oak-Pasture
Blue oaks in a field. Robles azules en el campo. Photo: National Park Service







Arctostaphylos glandulosa
Figure 1/Figura 1: Immature fruit of Arctostaphylos glandulosa subsp. crassifolia taken at Torrey Pines State Park, California. Photo by/Fotografía de: Dylan O. Burge.











































Picture1
Figure 1/Figura 1: Crataegus gaylussacia A.Heller, growing inland at the Point Reyes National Seashore, California.
Photo by/Fotografía de: Timothy A. Dickinson. (c) 2010 Royal Ontario Museum.



Veg Plot
A vegetation monitoring plot on the San Marcos Foothills Preserve, Santa Barbara


Summaries of Madroño Articles

Tree mortality in Blue Oak Woodland during extreme drought in Sequoia National Park
Authors: Adrian J. Das, Nicholas J. Ampersee, Anne H. Pfaff, Nathan L. Stephenson & Tedmond J. Swiecki.
Madroño 65(4):164-175. 2019

Summary by: Gabriel Santiago Ortiz Barbosa, Ph.D. candidate in Plant Pathology. University of California, Riverside

Mortalidad del roble azul durante sequías extremas en bosques del Parque Nacional de las Sequoias
Autores: Adrian J. Das, Nicholas J. Ampersee, Anne H. Pfaff, Nathan L. Stephenson & Tedmond J. Swiecki.
Madroño 66(4):164-175. 2019

Resumen por: Gabriel Santiago Ortiz Barbosa, Candidato a doctorado en Fitopatología. Universidad de California, Riverside (UCR)


Conservation Genetics of the Endangered Del Mar Manzanita (Arctostaphylos glandulosa subsp. Crassifolia) Based On Rad Sequencing Data
Authors: Dylan O. Burge, V. Thomas Parker, Margaret Mulligan, and César García Valderrama
Madroño 65(3):117-130. 2018

Summary by: Lorena Villanueva-Almanza, PhD candidate, Botany and Plant Sciences. University of California, Riverside

Conservation genetics of the endangered Del Mar manzanita (Arctostaphylos glandulosa subsp. crassifolia) based on RAD Sequencing data
Autores: Dylan O. Burge, V. Thomas Parker, Margaret Mulligan, and César García Valderrama
Madroño 65(3):117-130. 2018

Resumen por: Lorena Villanueva-Almanza, PhD candidate, Botany and Plant Sciences. University of California, Riverside


Self-Fertilization and Herbivory in a Rare Alpine Plant in California, Claytonia megarhiza (Montiaceae)
Authors: Dena Grossenbacher, Ryan Briscoe Runquist, Joel Smith
Madroño 65(1):22-27. 2018

Summary by: Angela Chu, Senior at UC Santa Barbara studying Ecology & Evolution and Science Communication



Coyote Brush as Facilitator of Native California Plant Recovery in the Santa Monica Mountains
Authors: Sean Brennan, Paul S. Laris and Christine M. Rodrigue
Madroño 65(1):47-59. 2018

Summary by: Zoë Ziegler, Junior at UC Berkeley in Molecular Environmental Biology


Seed Germination in Viola pedunculata and Viola purpurea subsp. quercetorum (Violaceae),
Critical Food Plants For Two Rare Butterflies.
Authors: Sarah Franklin, Leanne B. Tran, Danish Farzad, and Ryan I. Hill
Madroño 64(1):43-50. 2017

Summary by: Roxanne Gardner, Sophomore at UC Berkeley in Molecular Environmental Biology



Variation in Old-Growth Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) Reference Sites
in Mendocino County, California
Madroño 63(3):258-267. 2016
Authors: Kristin K. Michels and Will Russell

Summary by: Edith Lai, Junior at UC Berkeley studying Molecular Environmental Biology


A New, Large-Flowered Variety of Eremocarya micrantha (Boraginaceae)
Authors: Michael G. Simpson, Lee M. Simpson and Jon P. Rebman
Madroño 63(1):39-54. 2016

Summary by: Pooja Butani, Junior at UC Berkeley studying Molecular and Cell Biology



Stomata size in relation to ploidy level in North American hawthorns (Crataegus, Rosaceae)
Authors: Brechann V. McGoey, Kelvin Chau and Timothy A. Dickinson
Madroño 61(2):177-193. 2014


Summary by: Lorena Villanueva-Almanza, PhD candidate, Botany and Plant Sciences. University of California, Riverside


¿Pueden usarse las características estomáticas para predecir el nivel de ploidía de dos especies de espino?
Autores: Brechann V. McGoey, Kelvin Chau and Timothy A. Dickinson
Madroño 61(2):177-193. 2014

Resumen por: Lorena Villanueva-Almanza, PhD candidate, Botany and Plant Sciences. University of California, Riverside



Response of Grassland Vegetation on Santa Cruz Island to Removal of Feral Sheep
Authors: Dirk H. Van Vuren and Lizabeth Bowen
Madroño 59(4)190-195. 2012

Summary by: Elihu Gevirtz, Senior Ecologist. Channel Islands Restoration







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