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Cao, C.M., H. Zhang, R.J. Gallagher, V.W. Day, K. Kindscher, P. Grogan, M.S. Cohen, and B.N. Timmermann. 2014. Withanolides from Physalis hispida. Journal of Natural Products 77: 631-639.
Morse, C.A. 2013. A new lichenicolous Enterographa (Arthoniales, Roccellaceae) from central North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 12:233–240.
Morse, C.A. and D. Ladd. 2013. A new species of Fellhanera (lichenized Ascomycota: Pilocarpaceae) from central North America. Lichenologist 45:341–346.
Hirmas, D.R. 2013. A simple method for removing artifacts from moist fine-textured soil faces. Soil Science Society of America Journal 77:591–593.
Walsh, D., P. Turner, E. Grunewald, H. Zhang, J.J. Butler, Jr., E. Reboulet, S. Knobbe, T. Christy, J.W. Lane, Jr., C.D. Johnson, T. Munday, and A. Fitzpatrick. 2013. A small-diameter NMR logging tool for groundwater investigations. Groundwater 51(6): 914–926.
Kindscher, K., S. M. Corbett, K. McClure. 2013. A Statistical Analysis of Medicinal Plants: A Case Study of Plant Families in Kansas and the Great Plains. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 116:149-155.
Cochran, F.V., N.A. Brunsell, and D.B. Mechem. 2013. Comparing surface and mid-troposphere CO2 concentrations from central U.S. grasslands. Entropy 15: 606-623.
Hirmas, D.R., D. Giménez, V. Subroy, and B.F. Platt. 2013. Fractal distribution of mass from the millimeter- to decimeter-scale in two soils under native and restored tallgrass prairie. Geoderma 207-208:121–130.
Roberts, G.W., M-O. Fortier, B.S.M. Sturm, and S.M. Stagg-Williams. 2013. Hydrothermal processing of wastewater-fed microalgae for biocrude production. Energy & Fuels 27(2):857–867.
Bernhardt, P. and R. Meier. 2013. Investigation and detection of infertility factors in populations of Mead’s milkweed (Asclepias meadii). Final report to Missouri Department of Conservation (Section 6 Grant No. E-15-R-1; 4/1/2010 to 4/1/2013).

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