Julie Hawkins
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Primary homology assessment, characters and character states
JA Hawkins, CE Hughes, RW Scotland
Cladistics 13 (3), 275-283, 1997
A new subfamily classification of the Leguminosae based on a taxonomically comprehensive phylogeny: The Legume Phylogeny Working Group (LPWG)
N Azani, M Babineau, CD Bailey, H Banks, AR Barbosa, RB Pinto, ...
taxon 66 (1), 44-77, 2017
Legume phylogeny and classification in the 21st century: progress, prospects and lessons for other species–rich clades
Legume Phylogeny Working Group, A Bruneau, JJ Doyle, P Herendeen, ...
Taxon 62 (2), 217-248, 2013
Phylogenies reveal predictive power of traditional medicine in bioprospecting
CH Saslis-Lagoudakis, V Savolainen, EM Williamson, F Forest, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (39), 15835-15840, 2012
Friends or Relatives? Phylogenetics and Species Delimitation in the Controversial European Orchid Genus Ophrys
DS Devey, RM Bateman, MF Fay, JA Hawkins
Annals of Botany 101 (3), 385-402, 2008
Molecular systematics of the Cactaceae
RT Bárcenas, C Yesson, JA Hawkins
Cladistics 27 (5), 470-489, 2011
The use of phylogeny to interpret cross-cultural patterns in plant use and guide medicinal plant discovery: an example from Pterocarpus (Leguminosae)
CH Saslis-Lagoudakis, BB Klitgaard, F Forest, L Francis, V Savolainen, ...
PloS one 6 (7), e22275, 2011
Developmental genetics and plant evolution
QCB Cronk, RM Bateman, JA Hawkins
CRC Press, 2004
A new palo verde (Parkinsonia: Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae) from Peru
CE Hughes, AD Yomona, JA Hawkins
Kew bulletin, 467-472, 2003
Reconstruction of historical pollination rates reveals linked declines of pollinators and plants
A Pauw, JA Hawkins
Oikos 120 (3), 344-349, 2011
An ethnomedicinal survey of a Tashelhit-speaking community in the High Atlas, Morocco
I Teixidor-Toneu, GJ Martin, A Ouhammou, RK Puri, JA Hawkins
Journal of ethnopharmacology 188, 96-110, 2016
A survey of primary homology assessment: different botanists perceive and define characters in different ways
JA Hawkins
Homology and systematics, 22-53, 2014
The evolution of traditional knowledge: environment shapes medicinal plant use in Nepal
VS C. Haris Saslis-Lagoudakis, Julie A. Hawkins, Simon J. Greenhill, Colin A ...
Proc Biol Sci, 2014
DNA barcoding of a large genus, Aspalathus L. (Fabaceae)
D Edwards, A Horn, D Taylor, V Savolainen, JA Hawkins
Taxon 57 (4), 1317-4E, 2008
The role of biotic and abiotic factors in evolution of ant dispersal in the milkwort family (Polygalaceae)
F Forest, MW Chase, C Persson, PR Crane, JA Hawkins
Evolution 61 (7), 1675-1694, 2007
Cross-cultural comparison of three medicinal floras and implications for bioprospecting strategies
CH Saslis-Lagoudakis, EM Williamson, V Savolainen, JA Hawkins
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 135 (2), 476-487, 2011
A phylogenetic reappraisal of the Peltophorum group (Caesalpinieae: Leguminosae) based on the chloroplast trnL‐F, rbcL and rps16 sequence data
EM Haston, GP Lewis, JA Hawkins
American Journal of Botany 92 (8), 1359-1371, 2005
Comparative micromorphology of nectariferous and nectarless labellar spurs in selected clades of subtribe Orchidinae (Orchidaceae)
AK Bell, DL Roberts, JA Hawkins, PJ Rudall, MS Box, RM Bateman
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 160 (4), 369-387, 2009
Elusive relationships within order Fabales: phylogenetic analyses using matK and rbcL sequence data
MA Bello, A Bruneau, F Forest, JA Hawkins
Systematic Botany 34 (1), 102-114, 2009
Convergent evolution of floral signals underlies the success of Neotropical orchids
AST Papadopulos, MP Powell, F Pupulin, J Warner, JA Hawkins, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1765), 20130960, 2013
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