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Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory: Publications

Status report on Trifolium stoloniferum Muhl. ex A. Eat. (Running buffalo clover) in Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota
Freeman, C. C., R.E. Brooks. 1988. Documented plant chromosome numbers 1988: 1. Chromosome counts for North American plants - I. Sida 13:241-250.
Freeman, C. C. 1988. Update on Kansas Natural Heritage Program. TNC Kansas Newsletter 2:2.
Freeman, C. C. 1988. The Kansas Natural Heritage Program - An overview of botanical efforts. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 7:11.
Freeman, C. C. 1988. The Kansas Natural Heritage Program: Taking stock of Kansas' biological heritage. Kansas Wildflower Society Newsletter 10:3-6.
Freeman, C. C. 1988. The Kansas Natural Heritage Program: List of Kansas inventory plants - I. Kansas Wildflower Society Newsletter 10:13-16.
Freeman, C. C. 1988. Dr. Mead's namesake. TNC Kansas Newsletter 2:1-2.
Feinsinger, P., W. H. Busby, H.M. Tiebout III. 1988. Effects of indiscriminate foraging by tropical hummingbirds on pollination and pollination success: experiments with two tropical treelets (Rubiaceae). Oecologia 76:471-474.
Feinsinger, P., W. H. Busby, K.G. Murray, J. Beach, W.Z. Pounds, Y.B. Linhart. 1988. Mixed support for spatial heterogeneity in species interactions: Hummingbirds in a tropical disturbance mosaid. American Naturalist 131:33-57.
Churchill, S.P., C. C. Freeman, G.E. Kantak. 1988. The vascular flora of the Niobrara Valley Preserve and adjacent areas in Nebraska. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Science 16:1-15.


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