Joan W Nowicke
Joan W Nowicke
Dept. Botany, National Museum of National History, Smithsonian Institution
Verified email at si.edu
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Pollen morphology: The potential influence in higher order systematics
JW Nowicke, JJ Skvarla
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 633-700, 1979
2151979
Pollen morphology and the realtionship of the Plumbaginaceae, Polygonaceae, and Primulaceae to the order Centrospermae
JW Nowicke, JJ Skvarla
Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, 1976
1981976
Pollen morphology in the order Centrospermae
JW Nowicke
Grana 15 (1-3), 51-77, 1975
1741975
Ultrastructure of pollen exine in centrospermous families
JJ Skvarla, JW Nowicke
Plant Systematics and Evolution 126 (1), 55-78, 1976
1121976
Pollen morphology and the phylogenetic realtionships of the Berberidaceae
JW Nowicke
Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, 1981
861981
A palynological study of Crotonoideae (Euphorbiaceae)
JW Nowicke
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 245-269, 1994
841994
Palynotaxonomic study of the Phytolaccaceae
JW Nowicke
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 294-364, 1968
831968
Yellow rain
TD Seeley, JW Nowicke, M Meselson, J Guillemin, P Akratanakul
Scientific American 253 (3), 128-137, 1985
811985
A palynological investigation of the genus Tournefortia (Boraginaceae)
JW Nowicke, JJ Skvarla
American Journal of Botany 61 (9), 1021-1036, 1974
711974
Palynology and systematics of the Lythraceae. I. Introduction and genera Adenaria through Ginoria
A Graham, J Nowicke, JJ Skvarla, SA Graham, V Patel, S Lee
American Journal of Botany 72 (7), 1012-1031, 1985
621985
Pollen morphology and the relationships of Circaeaster, of Kingdonia, and of Sargentodoxa to the Ranunculales
JW Nowicke, JJ Skvarla
American Journal of Botany 69 (6), 990-998, 1982
621982
Pollen morphology, exine structure and systematics of Acalyphoideae (Euphorbiaceae), Part 4: Tribes Acalypheae pro parte (Erythrococca, Claoxylon, Claoxylopsis, Mareya …
JW Nowicke, M Takahashi
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 121 (3-4), 231-336, 2002
592002
Flora of Panama: Part VI. Family 88. Zygophyllaceae
RE Woodson, RW Schery, DM Porter
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 56 (1), 1-7, 1969
59*1969
Pollen ultrastructure of Panax(the ginseng genus, Araliaceae),an eastern Asian and eastern NorthAmerican disjunct genus
J Wen, JW Nowicke
American Journal of Botany 86 (11), 1624-1636, 1999
571999
Pollen studies in the genus Cordia (Boraginaceae)
JW Nowicke, JE Ridgway
American Journal of Botany 60 (6), 584-591, 1973
561973
Yellow rain-a palynological analysis
JW Nowicke, M Meselson
Nature 309 (5965), 205-206, 1984
531984
Pollen Morphology in the Nyctaginaceae: I. Nyctagineae (Mirabileae)
JW Nowicke
Grana 10 (2), 79-88, 1970
531970
Pollen morphology of the Dilleniaceae and Actinidiaceae
WC Dickison, JW Nowicke, JJ Skvarla
American Journal of Botany 69 (7), 1055-1073, 1982
501982
Pollen morphology, exine structure and systematics of Acalyphoideae (Euphorbiaceae) Part 1. Tribes Clutieae (Clutia), Pogonophoreae (Pogonophora), Chaetocarpeae (Chaetocarpus …
JW Nowicke, M Takahashi, GL Webster
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 102 (3-4), 115-152, 1998
431998
Pollen morphology, exine structure and systematics of Acalyphoideae (Euphorbiaceae): Part 2. Tribes Agrostistachydeae (Agrostistachys, Pseudagrostistachys, Cyttaranthus …
JW Nowicke, M Takahashi, GL Webster
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 105 (1-2), 1-62, 1999
421999
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