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Complete list of publications for Kelly Kindscher

Comer, P. J., Hak, J. C., Kindscher, K., Muldavin, E., & Singhurst, J. 2018. Continent-Scale Landscape Conservation Design for Temperate Grasslands of the Great Plains and Chihuahuan Desert. Natural Areas Journal, 38(2), 196-211.
Ticktin, T. and K. Kindscher, S. Souther, P. Weisberg, J. Chamberlain, S. Hummel, C. Mitchell and S. Sanders. 2018. Ecological and Human Dimensions of Nontimber Forest Product Harvest, pages 60-81 in J. L. Chamberlin, M. R. Emery, and T Patel-Weynand. Assessment of Nontimber Forest Products in the United States Under Changing Conditions. US Forest Service, Southern Research Station General Technical Report SRS-232.
Upton, R (Editor), K. Kindscher (Associate Editor). 2018. Oshá Root (Ligusticum porteri J.M. Coulter & Rose and related species. American Herbal Pharmacopoeia. 83 pages.
Kindscher, K., Martin, L., Corbett, S., & Lafond, D. 2018. Nutritional Properties of Native Plants and Traditional Foods from the Central United States. Ethnobiology Letters, 9(2), 214-227.
Kindscher, K., L.M. Martin and A.S. Isenburg. 2017. Floristic quality analysis and plot diversity for Cherokee and Labette County Trust Lands. Lawrence, Kansas.
Kindscher, K., L.M. Martin, Q. Long, R. Craft, H. Loring, M.H.M. Sharaf, and J. Yang. 2017. Harvesting and recolonization of wild populations of Oshá (Ligusticum porteri) in southern Colorado. Natural Areas Journal, 37(2), 178–187.
Kindscher, K. 2017. Review of Field Life: Science in the American West during the Railroad Era, Jeremy Vetter. Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains, 40(3), 224.
Kindscher, K., L.M. Martin, E M. Staab, and J.M. Delisle. 2016. A Natural Areas Inventory of Douglas County in Northeast Kansas. Open-File Report No. 184. Kansas Biological Survey. Lawrence, KS. 53 pp. download pdf
Kindscher, K., Ed. 2016. Echinacea: Herbal Medicine with a Wild History. Switzerland: Springer. 238 pages.
Shipley, G., and K. Kindscher. 2016. Evidence for the paleoethnobotany of the Neanderthal: A review of the literature. Scientifica, vol. 2016, 12 pages. doi:10.1155/2016/8927654
Gori, D., M.S. Cooper, E.S. Soles, M. Stone, R. Morrison, T.W. Turner, D.L. Propst, G. Garfin, M. Switanek, H.I. Chang, S. Bassett, J. Haney, D. Lyons, M. Horner, C.N. Dahm, J.K. Frey, K. Kindscher, H.A. Walker, and M.T. Bogan. 2016. Gila River flow needs assessment. The New Mexico Botanist, (5), 24-32.
Kindscher, K., and N. Myhal. 2016. Review of the book Plants Have So Much to Give Us, All We Have to Do Is Ask: Anishinaabe Botanical Teachings, Mary Siisip Geniusz. The Prairie Naturalist, 48(2).
Araya, J.J., K. Kindscher, and B. Timmermann. 2016. Sullivantosides A-F: Pregnane glycosides from Asclepias sullivantii L. Phytochemistry Letters, 16, 185–191.
Cao, C.M., K. Kindscher, R.J. Gallagher, H. Zhang, and B.N. Timmermann. 2015. Analysis of major with anolides in Physalis longifolia Nutt. by HPLC-PDA. Journal of Chromatographic Science 53(7):1044-7.
Gallagher, R.J., C. Subramanian, P.T. Grogan, K. Kindscher, C.-M. Cao, C.-M., H. Zhang, M.S. Cohen, and B.N. Timmermann. 2015. The therapeutic potential of Physalis longifolia against various carcinomas. PharmaNutrition, 3(4):146-152. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213434415000225 doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.phanu.2015.05.002 ISSN:2213-4344
Cao, C. M., X. Wu, K. Kindscher, L. Xu, L., and B.N. Timmermann. 2015. Withanolides and sucrose esters from Physalis neomexicana. Journal of Natural Products 78(10):2488-93.
Kindscher, K., C. Cong-Mei, R.J. Gallagher, H. Zhang, Q. Long, L. Service, L.M. Martin, and B.N. Timmerman. 2014. Comparison of bioactive secondary metabolites in experimental and natural populations of wild tomatillos, Physalis longifolia Nutt. Ethnobotany Research and Applications 12:175-182.
Castle, L., S. Leopold, R. Craft., and K. Kindscher. 2014. Ranking tool created for medicinal plants at risk of being overharvested in the wild. Ethnobiology Letters 5: 77-88.
Long, Q., B.L. Foster and K. Kindscher. 2014. Seed and microsite limitations mediate stochastic recruitment in a low-diversity prairie restoration. Plant Ecology 15:1287-1298.
Zhang, H., C. Cao, R.J. Gallagher, V.W. Day, K. Kindscher, and B.N. Timmermann. 2014. Withanolides from Physalis coztomatl. Phytochemistry 109: 147-153.


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