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Pace, B., H.M. Alexander, J. Emry, and K. Mercer. 2016. Reliable method for assessing seed germination, dormancy, and mortality under field conditions. Journal of Visualized Experiments Nov. 6;(177) doi: 10.3791/54663.
deNoyelles, F. and J.H. Kastens. 2016. Reservoir sedimentation challenges in Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119(1): 69-81. http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1660/062.119.0110.
McAllister, C.A and A.J. Miller. 2016. Single nucleotide polymorphism discovery via genotyping by sequencing to assess population genetic structure and recurrent polyploidization in Andropogon gerardii. American Journal of Botany 103: 1314-1325. doi:10.3732/ajb.1600146.
Araya, J.J., K. Kindscher, and B. Timmermann. 2016. Sullivantosides A-F: Pregnane glycosides from Asclepias sullivantii L. Phytochemistry Letters, 16, 185–191.
Whittemore, D. and W.D. Kettle. 2016. Symposium overview: Ecohydrology and climate change research at Kansas natural areas and field stations. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119:1-4.
Petrie, M.D., N.A. Brunsell, R. Vargas, S.L. Collins, L.B. Flannagan, N.P. Hanan, M.E. Litvak, and A.E. Sukyer. 2016. The sensitivity of carbon exchanges in Great Plains grasslands to precipitation variability. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121. doi:10.1002/2015JG003205.
Kettle, W.D. 2016. The University of Kansas Field Station: A platform for studying ecological and hydrological aspects of climate change. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119:12-20.
Cochran, F., N. Brunsell, and A. Sukyer. 2016. Thermodynamic entropy production as a measure of agroecosystem sustainability. Ecological Indicators 67: 204-214.
Yun, J.H., V.H. Smith, H.J. La, and Y.K. Chang. 2016. Towards managing food-web structure and algal crop diversity in industrial-scale algal biomass production. Current Biotechnology 5(2): 118-129.
Morse, C.A. 2016. Two new species of Thelenella and new reports from the Great Plains of central North America, with a worldwide key to the genus. Opuscula Philolichenum 15: 22-36. http://sweetgum.nybg.org/philolichenum/.

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