Books and Edited Volumes

In addition to both the scientific papers by the UBC Centre for Plant Research and the peer-reviewed research and other scholarly items of interest published in Davidsonia - A Journal of Botanical Garden Science, UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research faculty and staff also author or edit the occasional book or volume:

  • Quentin Cronk (2009)
    Molecular Organography
    268 pages, Oxford University Press, USA.
  • Ruth Stockey, Sean Graham, and Peter Crane (Eds) (2009) Charles Darwin Bicentennial special issue: The abominable mystery. American Journal of Botany, published by the Botanical Society of America
  • Anne Bruneau and Sean Graham (Eds) (2008). Plant systematics at the species level/La systématique des plantes au niveau de l’espèce. Botany, published by NRC Press.
  • Sean Graham and Anne Bruneau (Eds) (2008). The state of plant systematics research/L’état de la systématique des plantes. Botany, published by NRC Press.
  • Peter Wharton, Brent Hine, and Douglas Justice (2005)
    The Jade Garden: New and Notable Plants from Asia
    300 pages, Timber Press, USA.
  • Quentin Cronk, Rick Ree, Iain Taylor, and Jeannette Whitton (Eds) (2004)
    Plant Adaptation: Ecology and Molecular Biology
    NRC Press, Ottawa
  • Quentin Cronk, Richard Bateman and Julie A Hawkins (Eds)(2002)
    Developmental Genetics and Plant Evolution
    564 pages, 100 b\w illus., 19 tabs. Taylor and Francis, UK; Garland, USA.
  • Quentin Cronk (2000)
    The Endemic Flora of St Helena
    119 pages, 25 col. plates, b/w photos. Anthony Nelson, UK.
  • Quentin CB Cronk and Janice L Fuller (2001)
    Plant Invaders: The Threat to Natural Ecosystems
    241 pages, b/w photos, illus., tabs, maps. Earthscan, UK. (2nd edition, 1st edition 1995).

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