Popularity of Ceanothus leucodermis over time
[Plots of numbers of papers mentioning Ceanothus leucodermis (filled column histogram and left hand axis scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (complete line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in box on the left hand side); Plots of a proportional micro index, derived from numbers of papers mentioning Ceanothus leucodermis as a proportion (scaled by multiplying by one million) of the total number of papers published for that year (broken line frequency polygon and right hand scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (broken line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in broken line box on the right hand side)]
Total Mentions (Biological Abstracts/Biosis Previews):
Jacobsen AL, Pratt RB, Ewers FW, Davis SD (2007) Cavitation resistance among 26 chaparral species of southern California. Ecological Monographs 77, 99-115. Contact: Jacobsen, Anna L. ; Michigan State Univ, Dept Plant Biol, E Lansing, MI 48824 USA
Franklin J, Coulter CL, Rey SJ (2004) Change over 70 years in a southern California chaparral community related to fire history. Journal of Vegetation Science 15, 701-10. Contact: Franklin, Janet ; Dept Biol, San Diego State Univ, San Diego, CA, 98182, USA
Pratt RB, McElwain KA, Davis SD (2004) Patterns of re-establishment following wildfire are linked to resistance of water stress for chaparral shrubs. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 89. Contact: Pratt, Robert B. ; Div Nat Sci, Pepperdine Univ, Malibu, CA, 90265, USA
Davis SD, Ewers FW, Wood J, Reeves JJ, Kolb KJ (1999) Differential susceptibility to xylem cavitation among three pairs of Ceanothus species in the Transverse Mountain Ranges of southern California. Ecoscience 6, 180-6. Contact: Davis, Stephen D. ; Natural Science Division, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, 90263-4321, USA
Frazier CK, Zedler PH (1991) An Ecological Study of Natural Hybridization between Chaparral Shrubs of Contrasting Life Histories. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72, 118-9. Contact: FRAZIER C K ; SAN DIEGO STATE UNIV, SAN DIEGO, CALIF 92182, USA
Langsford DH, Oechel WC (1991) Variation Patterns of Seed Weight in Ceanothus Shrubs and Controls Thereon in Southern California USA Chaparral. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72. Contact: LANGSFORD D H ; SAN DIEGO STATE UNIV, SAN DIEGO, CALIF 92182, USA
Ellis BA, Kummerow J (1988) Nitrogen Fixation in Two Species of Ceanothus Seedlings in Second Year Postfire Chaparral. Plant and Soil 109, 207-14. Contact: ELLIS B A ; SAN DIEGO STATE UNIV, SAN DIEGO, CALIF 92182, USA
Rundel PW, Parsons DJ (1980) Nutrient Changes in 2 Chaparral Shrubs Along a Fire Induced Age Gradient. American Journal of Botany 67, 51-8. Contact: RUNDEL P W ; DEP ECOL EVOL BIOL, UNIV CALIF, IRVINE, CALIF 92717, USA
Keeley JE, Zedler PH (1978) Reproduction of Chaparral Shrubs after Fine a Comparison of Sprouting and Seeding Strategies. American Midland Naturalist 99, 142-61. Contact: KEELEY J E ; DEP BIOL, OCCIDENT COLL, LOS ANGELES, CALIF 90041, USA
Keeley JE (1977) Seed Production Seed Populations in Soil and Seedling Production after Fire for 2 Congeneric Pairs of Sprouting and Nonsprouting Chaparral Shrubs. Ecology (Washington D C) 58, 820-9. Contact: KEELEY J E; DEP BIOL, OCCID COLL, LOS ANGELES, CALIF 90041, USA
Dyrness CT (1973) Early Stages of Plant Succession Following Logging and Burning in the Western Cascades of Oregon. Ecology (Washington D C) 54, 57-69.
Hellmers H, Kelleher JW (1959) Ceanothus leucodermis and soil nitrogen in southern California mountains. Forest Sci 5, 275-8. Contact: California Inst. Technol., Pasadena
McMinn HE (1944) The importance of field hybrids in determining species in the genus Ceanothus. Proc California Acad Sci 25, 323-56. Contact: Milk Coll.
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