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Recent Sapotaceae Papers

  • Alves-Araújo, A. & Alves, M . 2011. Two New Species of Pouteria (Sapotaceae) from the Atlantic Forest in Brazil. Systematic Botany 36 (4): 1004-1007.
  • Alves-Araújo, A. & Alves, M . 2012. Pouteria ciliata, P. confusa, P. nordestinensis and P. velutinicarpa spp. nov. (Sapotaceae) from Brazil. Nordic Journal of Botany 30: 399–406. email: sapotae at gmail.com
  • Alves-Araújo, A. & Alves, M . 2012. Two new species and a new combination of Neotropical Sapotaceae. Brittonia 64 (1):23-29.
  • Alves-Araújo, A. & Alves, M . 2013. Checklist of Sapotaceae in Northeastern Brazil. Check List 9(1): 059–062. email: sapotae at gmail.com
  • Alves-Araújo, A., Swenson, U. and Alves, M. 2014. A Taxonomic Survey of Pouteria (Sapotaceae) from the Northern Portion of the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil. Systematic Botany 39: 915-938.
  • Anderberg, A.A., Rydin, C. and Källersjö, M. 2002. Phylogenetic relationships in the order Ericales s.l.: analyses of molecular data from five genes from the plastid and mitochondrial genomes. American Journal of Botany 89(4): 677–687. email: arne.anderberg at nrm.se
  • Anderberg A.A. & Swenson, U. 2003. Evolutionary lineages in Sapotaceae (Ericales): a cladistic analysis based on ndhF sequence data. International Journal of Plant Science 164: 763–773. email: arne.anderberg at nrm.se
  • Armstrong, K., Stone, G., Nicholls, J., Valderrama Escallón, E., Anderberg, A.A., Smedmark, J., Gautier, L., Naciri, Y., Milne, R & Richardson, J.E. (2014). Patterns of diversification amongst tropical regions compared: a case study in Sapotaceae. Frontiers in Genetics.
  • Bartish, I. V., Richardson, J. E., Antonelli, A. and Swenson, U. 2011. Vicariance or long-distance dispersal: historical biogeography of the pantropical subfamily Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae). Journal of Biogeography 38: 177-190. email: Igor.Bartish@ibot.cas.cz
  • Bartish, I.V, Swenson, U., Munzinger, J. & Anderberg, A.A. 2005. Phylogenetic relationships among New Caledonian Sapotaceae (Ericales): molecular evidence for generic polyphyly and repeated dispersal. American Journal of Botany 92(4): 667–673. email: ulf.swenson at nrm.se
  • Brockelman, W.Y. Charoenchat, P., & Maxwell, J.F. 2002. A new tree species (Sapotaceae) and a new species record for Thailand (Flacourtiaceae) from Khao Yai National Park. Natural History Bulletin, Siam Society 50 (1): 89-97.
  • Gautier L., Naciri, Y., Anderberg, A.A., Smedmark, J.E.E., Randrianaivo, R. & Swenson, U. (2013). A new species, a new genus and a new tribe of Sapotaceae, endemic to Madagascar. Taxon 62, 972-983.
  • Jessup, L.W. 2001. New combinations and a new name in Australian Sapotaceae. Austrobaileya 6 (1): 161-163.
  • Jusoff, K. 2010. A new approach in individual tree counting of Nyatoh (Palaquium sp) using an airborne spectroradiometer. American Journal of Applied Sciences 7 (4):486-492.
  • Parker, I.M., Lopez, I., Petersen, J.J., Anaya, N., Cubilla-Rios, L. & Potter, D. 2010. Domestication syndrome in Caimito (Chrysophyllum cainito L.): fruit and seed characteristics. Economic Botany 64 (2): 161-175.
  • Planna, V. & Gautier, L. 2008. Taxonomic revision of the genus Manilkara (Sapotaceae) in Madagascar. Edinburgh Journal of Botany 65 (3):1-14.
  • Randrianaivo, R. 2013.  Les Sapotaceae de Madagascar, deux nouvelles espèces du genre Mimusops L. Madagascar Conservation and Development 8 (2):69-72.
  • Richardson, J.E., Bakar, A.M., Tosh, J., Armstrong, K., Smedmark, J., Anderberg, A.A., Slik, F. & Wilkie, P. 2014. The influence of tectonics, sea-level changes and dispersal on migration and diversification of Isonandreae (Sapotaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 174: 130–140.
  • Schönenberger, J. Anderberg, A.A. and Sytsma, K.J. 2005. Molecular phylogenetics and patterns of floral evolution in the Ericales. International Journal of Plant Sciences. 166(2):265–288. email: arne.anderberg at nrm.se
  • Smedmark, J.E.E., Swenson, U. & Anderberg, A.A. 2006. Accounting for variation of substitution rates through time in Bayesian phylogeny reconstruction of Sapotoideae (Sapotaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39: 706-721. email: anderberg at nhm.se
  • Smedmark, J.E.E. & Anderberg, A.A. 2007.Boreotropical migration explains hybridization between geographically distant lineages in the pantropical clade Sideroxyleae (Sapotaceae). American Journal of Botany 94 (9): 1491-1505
  • Stride, G., Nylinder, S. and Swenson, U. 2014. Revisiting the biogeography of Sideroxylon (Sapotaceae) and an evaluation of the taxonomic status of Argania and Spiniluma. Australian Systematic Botany.
  • Swenson, U. & Anderberg, A.A. 2005. Phylogeny, character evolution, and classification of Sapotaceae (Ericales). Cladistics 21: 101–130. email: ulf.swenson at nrm.se
  • Swenson, U. Bartish, I.V. & Munzinger, J. 2007. Phylogeny, diagnostic characters and generic limitation of Australasian Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae, Ericales): evidence from ITS sequence data and morphology. Cladistics 23: 201–228. email: ulf.swenson at nrm.se
  • Swenson, U., P. P Lowry II, J. Munzinger, C. Rydin & I. V. Bartish. 2008. Phylogeny and generic limits in the Niemeyera complex of New Caledonian Sapotaceae: Evidence of multiple origins of the anisomerous flower. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49: 909-929. email: ulf.swenson at nrm.se
  • Swenson, U.& Munzinger, J. 2009. Revison of Pycnandra subgenus Pycnandra (Sapotaceae), a genus endemic to New Caledonia. Australian Systematic Botany 21: 437-465.
  • Swenson, U.& Munzinger, J. 2010. Revison of Pycnandra subgenus Achradotypus (Sapotaceae), with five new species from New Caledonia. Australian Systematic Botany 23: 185-216.
  • Swenson, U.& Munzinger, J. 2012. Revision of Pichonia (Sapotaceae) in New Caledonia. Australian Systematic Botany 25: 31-48.
  • Swenson, U. Munzinger, J. and Bartish, I.V. 2007. Molecular phylogeny of Planchonella (Sapotaceae) and eight new species from New Caledonia. Taxon 56(2): email: ulf.swenson at nrm.se
  • Swenson, U., Nylinder, S. and Munzinger, J. 2013. Sapotaceae biogeography supports New Caledonia being an old Darwinian island. Journal of Biogeography 41: 797-809.
  • Swenson, U., Nylinder, S. and Munzinger, J. 2013. Towards a natural classification of Sapotaceae subfamily Chrysophylloideae in Oceania and Southeast Asia based on nuclear sequence data. Taxon 62: 746-770.
  • Swenson, U, Richardson, J.E. & Bartish, I.V. 2008. Multi-gene phylogeny of the pantropical subfamily Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae): Evidence of generic polyphyly and extensive morphological homoplasy. Cladistics 24: 1006-1031. email: ulf.swenson at nrm.se
  • Triono, T., Brown, A.H.D., West, J.G. and Crisp, M.D. 2007. A phylogeny of Pouteria (Sapotaceae) from Malesia and Australasia. Australian Systematic Botany 20: 107–118. email: mike.crisp at anu.edu.au
  • Vink, V. 2001. Three Bornean species of Madhuca (Sapotaceae). Blumea 46: 193-199.
  • Vink, V. 2002. Some Malesian species of Pouteria (Sapotaceae). Blumea 47: 95-147.
  • Wilkie, P. 2011. Towards an account of Sapotaceae for Flora Malesiana. Gardens’ Bulletin Singapore. 63 (1&2):145-153.
  • Yii, P.C. & Chai, P.K. 2001. New combinations, new names and new species of Madhuca (Sapotaceae) from Sabah and Sarawak, Borneo. Gardens’ Bulletin Singapore. 53: 343-356.