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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.



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


Summaries of Madroño Articles

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



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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