Staff Publications 2004

Cribb*, P.J. & Pollard*, B.J. (2004). Bulbophyllum kupense, an unusual new orchid from western Cameroon. Kew Bulletin 59 (1): 137-139.

Cribb*, P.J. & Tibbs, M. (2004). A very Victorian passion: the orchid paintings of John Day. Blacker Publishing and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 464 pp.

Freudenstein, J.V., van den Berg, C., Goldman, D.H., Kores, P.J., Molvray, M. and Chase*, M.W. (2004). An expanded plastid DNA phylogenetic analysis of Orchidaceae and analysis of jackknife clade support strategy. Amer. J. Bot. 91: 149-157.

Goldman, D.H., Jansen, R.K., van den Berg, C., Leitch, I.J., Fay*, M.F., & Chase*, M.W. (2004). Molecular and cytological examination of Calopogon (Orchidaceae, Epidendroideae): circumscription, phylogeny, polyploidy, and potential hybrid speciation. Amer. J. Bot. 91: 707-723.

Roberts, D*. L. & Wilcock, C. C. (2004) Orchid flora of Mauritius. Proceedings of the European Orchid Conference, London, UK.

Shipunov, A. B., Fay, M. F.*, Pillon, Y., Bateman, R. M. & Chase, M. W.* (2004). Dactylorhiza (Orchidaceae) in European Russia: combined molecular and morphological analysis. American Journal of Botany 91: 1419-1426.

Smith*, S.D., Cowan*, R.S., Gregg, K.B., Chase*, M.W., Maxted, N. & Fay*, M.F. (2004). Genetic discontinuities among populations of Cleistes (Orchidaceae, Vanilloideae) in North America. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 145: 87-95.

Stévart, T. & Cribb*, P.J. (2004). New species and records of Orchidaceae from São Tomé and Principe. Kew Bulletin 59 (1): 77-86.

Wood*, C.B., Pritchard*, H.W. (2004, in press). Determination of intra-specific variation in orchid seed viability using fluorescein diacetate. Seed Science and Technology 32: 629-635.

Wood*, J. & Ramsay*, M.M.
(2004). Plant portraits:482. Anacamptis laxiflora (Orchidaceae). Curtis's Botanical Magazine 21 (1): 26-33.

Wood, J. J. (2004). Plant Portraits. Plate 503. Epigeneium cacuminis. Curtis's Botanical Magazine 21 (3): 197 - 204.

Wood, J. J. (2004). A new species of Anoectochilus (Orchidaceae: Cranichideae: Goodyerinae) from Mount Kinabalu. Sandakania 15: 103 - 108

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