Soil spore banks of temperate ferns
- A. Dyer, S. Lindsay
- 1 July 1992
Evolutionary patterns in the assembly of fern diversity on the oceanic Mascarene Islands
- Sabine Hennequin, M. Kessler, S. Lindsay, Harald Schneider
- Chemistry, Environmental Science
- 1 September 2014
To provide insights into the assembly and structure of biotic communities by exploring several processes of island biodiversity assembly: in situ speciation, immigration and ecological processes.
Wet storage of fern spores: unconventional but far more effective!
- S. Lindsay, N. Williams, A. Dyer
- 23 June 1992
New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora
- R. Cámara‐Leret, D. Frodin, P. V. Van Welzen
- Environmental ScienceNature
- 5 August 2020
A catalogue of the vascular flora of New Guinea indicates that this island is the most floristically diverse in the world, and that 68% of the species identified are endemic to New Guinea.
Spore Germination and Gametophyte Development in Three Species of Asplenium
- E. Pangua, S. Lindsay, A. Dyer
- 1 June 1994
Experiments revealed differences in their temperature requirements for germination and in their sexual development on soil, which produced male, female and bisexual gametophytes and scolopendrium produced only males and bisexuals.
Phylogenetic Placement of Rheopteris and the Polyphyly of Monogramma (Pteridaceae s.l.): Evidence from rbcL Sequence Data
- B. Ruhfel, S. Lindsay, C. Davis
- 1 March 2008
New phylogenetic evidence from plastid rbcL sequence data indicating that Rheopteris cheesmaniae is well supported as a member of the vittarioid clade, and that Monogramma is polyphyletic is presented, which supports the separation of Vaginularia from Monogramsma sensu stricto.
Towards a stable nomenclature for Thai ferns
- S. Lindsay, D. Middleton, T. Boonkerd., S. Suddee
There have been many changes to family and genus delimitation in Thai ferns since the publication of volume 3 (Pteridophytes) of the Flora of Thailand and current names for all taxa, including those recently described or recorded for Thailand, are presented.
A Contribution Toward the Knowledge of Ferns and Lycophytes from Northern and Northwestern Myanmar
- P. K. Khine, C. Fraser-Jenkins, Jürgen Kluge
- Environmental ScienceAmerican Fern Journal
- 22 December 2017
Abstract Although the montane forests of northern Myanmar are part of one of the most biodiverse areas of the world, our knowledge of species richness and elevational distribution of species within…
Fern spore banks: implications for gametophyte establishment
- S. Lindsay, A. Dyer
New observations made during a wider investigation of gametophyte establishment at two woodland sites near Edinburgh, Scotland are presented and the biological significance of these observations is discussed.