Lavin's publications associated with DNA sequence data sets

(and miscellaneous other publications from recent years)

All sequence data used in these studies are banked at Genbank and TreeBase

2013. Oliveira-Filho, A. T., D. Cardoso, B. D. Schrire, G. P. Lewis, R. T. Pennington, T. J. Brummer, J. Rotella, and M. Lavin. Stability structures tropical woody plant diversity more than seasonality: insights into the ecology of high legume-succulent-plant biodiversity. South African Journal of Botany 89: 42-57. (site data, species data, phylomatic list, phylomatic age constraints, phylomatic backbone tree, phylomatic commands, community phylogeny).

2013. Cardoso, D., R. T. Pennington, L. P. de Queiroz, J. S. Boatwright, B.-E. Van Wyk, M. F. Wojciechowski, and M. Lavin. Reconstructing the deep-branching relationships of the papilionoid legumes. South African Journal of Botany 89: 58-75. Data set.

2013. Thulin, M., P. B. Phillipson, M. Lavin. Peltiera (Fabaceae), the coming and going of an “extinct” genus in Madagascar. Adansonia, sér. 3, 35 (1): 61-71. Data set.

2013. Lavin, M., T. J. Brummer, R. Quire, B. D. Maxwell, L. J. Rew. Physical disturbance shapes vascular plant diversity more profoundly than fire in the sagebrush steppe of southeastern Idaho, U.S.A.. Evolution: 3(6): 1626-1641. (site data, species data, community phylogeny). [This study was based on Lavin, M., T. Brummer, T. Seipel, B. Maxwell, and L. Rew. 2013. The Intermountain Flora sets the stage for a community phylogenetic analysis of plant biodiversity in the sagebrush steppe of western North America. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 108: 63-84.]

2013. Cardoso, D., L. P. de Queiroz, H. C. de Lima, E. Suganuma, C. van den Berg, and M. Lavin. A molecular phylogeny of the Vataireoid legumes underscores floral evolvability that is general to many early-branching papilionoid lineages. American Journal of Botany 100 (2): 403-421. Data set.

2012. Cardoso, D., L. P. Queiroz, R. T. Pennington, H. C. de Lima, É. Fonty, M. F. Wojciechowski, and M. Lavin. Revisiting the phylogeny of papilionoid legumes: New insights from comprehensively sampled early-branching lineages. American Journal of Botany 99 (12): 1991-2013. Data set.

2012. Cardoso, D., H. C. de Lima, R. S. Rodrigues, L. P. Queiroz, R. T. Pennington, and M. Lavin. The realignment of Acosmium sensu stricto with the Dalbergioid clade (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae) reveals a proneness for independent evolution of radial floral symmetry among early-branching papilionoid legumes. Taxon 61 (5): 1057-1073. Data set.

2012. Cardoso, D., H. C. de Lima, R. S. Rodrigues, L. P. Queiroz, R. T. Pennington, and M. Lavin. The Bowdichia clade of Genistoid legumes: Phylogenetic analysis of combined molecular and morphological data and a recircumscription of Diplotropis. Taxon 61 (5): 1074-1087. Data set.

2012. Lewis, G. P., J. R. I. Wood, and M. Lavin. Steinbachiella Harms (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae: Dalbergieae), endemic to Bolivia, is reinstated as an accepted genus. Kew Bulletin 67: 789-796. Data set.

2011. Delgado-Salinas, A., M. Thulin, R. Pasquet, N. Weeden, and M. Lavin. Vigna (Leguminosae) sensu lato: the names and identities of the American segregate genera. American Journal of Botany 98 (10): 1694-1715. Data set.

2011. Lavin, M. and C. Seibert. Great Plains Flora? Plant geography of eastern Montana’s lower elevation shrub-grass dominated vegetation. In Wambolt, C. L. et al. (compilers), 3-14. Proceedings - Shrublands: wildlands and wildlife habitats. 15th Wildland Shrub Symposium, 2008 June 17-19, Bozeman, MT. NREI, volume XVI. S. J. and Jessie E. Quinney Natural Resources Research Library, Logan, Utah, USA.

2011. Pennington, R. T., A. Daza, C. Reynel, and M. Lavin. Poissonia eriantha (Leguminosae) from Cuzco, Peru: an overlooked species underscores a pattern of narrow endemism common to seasonally dry neotropical vegetation. Systematic Botany 36: 59-68. Data set.

2011. Queiroz, L. P. de and M. Lavin. Coursetia (Leguminosae) from eastern Brazil: nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast DNA sequence analysis reveal the monophyly of three caatinga-inhabiting species. Systematic Botany 36 (1): 69-79. Data set.

2010. Pennington, R. T., M. Lavin, T. Särkinen, G. P. Lewis, B. B. Klitgaard, C. E. Hughes. Contrasting plant diversification histories within the Andean biodiversity hotspot. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 107 (31): 13783-13787.

2010. Boyd, E. S., T. L. Hamilton, J. R. Spear, M. Lavin, and J. W. Peters. [FeFe]-hydrogenase in Yellowstone National Park: evidence for dispersal limitation and phylogenetic niche conservatism. The ISME Journal 2010: 1-11.

2010. Duno de Stefano, R., G. Carnevali Fernández-Concha, L. Lorena Can-Itza, and M. Lavin. The morphological and phylogenetic distinctions of Coursetia greenmanii (Leguminosae): taxonomic and ecological implications. Systematic Botany 35 (2): 289-295. Data set. TreeBase study accession number 10155 (legacy accession S2499).

2010. Ireland, H., R. T. Pennington, M. Lavin, B. Schrire, G. Kite, N. Veitch, and M. Chase. Biogeographical, ecological and morphological structure, in a phylogenetic analysis of Ateleia (Swartzieae, Fabaceae) derived from combined molecular, morphological and chemical data. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 162: 39-53. Data set. TreeBase study accession number 9962 (legacy accession S2567).

2009. Pennington, R. T., M. Lavin, and A. Oliveira-Filho. Woody plant diversity, evolution and ecology in the tropics: perspectives from seasonally dry tropical forests. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 40: 437-457.

2009. Schrire, B., M. Lavin, F. Forest. Phylogeny of the tribe Indigofereae (Leguminosae-Papilionoideae): geographically structured more in succlent-rich and temperate settings than in grass-rich environments. American Journal of Botany 96: 816-852. Data sets. TreeBase study accession number S2193.

2008. Lavin, M. and A. Beyra-Matos. The impact of ecology and biogeography on legume diversity, endemism, and phylogeny in the Caribbean region: a new direction in historical biogeography. The Botanical Review 74 (1): 178-196.

2008. Mohatt, K. R., C. L. Cripps, and M. Lavin. Ectomycorrhizal fungi of whitebark pine (a tree in peril) revealed by sporocarps and molecular analysis of mycorrhizae from treeline forests in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Canadian Journal of Botany 86(1): 14-25.

2007. Snyder, J. C., B. Wiedenheft, M. Lavin, F. F. Roberto, J. Spuhler, A. C. Ortmann, T. Douglas, M. Young. No Boundaries: virus movement maintains local virus population diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy, USA 104 (48): 19102-19107.

2007. Ribeiro, R. A., M. Lavin, J. P. Lemos Filho, C. V. Mendonça Filho, F. R. Santos, M. B. Lovato. The Genus Machaerium (Leguminosae) is more closely related to Aeschynomene sect. Ochopodium than to Dalbergia: relationships inferred from combined sequence data. Systematic Botany 32: 762-771. Data sets. TreeBase study number S1852.

2006. Delgado-Salinas, A., R. Bibler, and M. Lavin. Phylogeny of the genus Phaseolus (Leguminosae): a recent diversification in an ancient landscape. Systematic Botany 31 (4): 779-791. Data sets. TreeBase study accession S1553.

2006. Lavin, M. Floristic and geographic stability of discontinuous seasonally dry tropical forests explains patterns of plant phylogeny and endemism, Chapter 19. Pp. 433-447 In Neotropical savannas and seasonally dry forests: plant biodiversity, biogeographic patterns and conservation. Eds. R. T. Pennington, J. A. Ratter, G. P. Lewis. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. A detailed rates analysis of the genus Coursetia (from the Robinieae TreeBase study accession number S813) and Inga (includes chronograms for both data sets).

2005. Pennington, R. T., M. Lavin, D. E. Prado, C. A. Pendry, and S. K. Pell. Climate change and speciation in Neotropical seasonally dry forest plants, Chapter 17. Pp. 199-214. Tropical Forests and Global Atmospheric Change, eds.Y. Malhi and O. Phillips. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. (from TreeBase S928)

2005. Schrire, B. D., M. Lavin, and G. P. Lewis. Pp. 21-54, Biogeography of the Leguminosae, in Lewis, G., B. Schrire, B. Mackinder, and M. Lock [editors]. Legumes of the world. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK. biogeographic data sets.

2005. Schrire, B. D., M. Lavin, and G. P. Lewis. Global distribution patterns of the Leguminosae: insights from recent phylogenies. In I. Friis & H. Balslev (eds.), Plant diversity and complexity patterns: local, regional and global dimensions. Biologiske Skrifter 55: 375-422. biogeographic data sets.

2005. Lavin, M., P. Herendeen, and M. F. Wojciechowski. Evolutionary rates analysis of Leguminosae implicates a rapid diversification of lineages during the Tertiary. Systematic Biology 54 (4): 530-549. Data sets: rbcL (TreeBase study accession numbers S578) and matK.

2004. Delgado-Salinas, A., and M. Lavin. (1639-1640) Proposals to change the conserved type of Phaseolus helvolus, nom. cons. and to conserve the name Glycine umbellata with a conserved type (Fabaceae). Taxon 53 (3): 839-841.

2004. Lavin, M., B. D. Schrire, G. Lewis, R. T. Pennington, A. Delgado-Salinas, M. Thulin, C. E. Hughes, A. Beyra-Matos, and M. F. Wojciechowski. Metacommunity processes rather than continental tectonic history better explain geographically structured phylogenies in legumes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Biological Series 359 (1450): 1509-1522. A Bayesian and penalized likelihood analysis of TreeBase study accession numbers S1968 and most others listed below.

2004. Pennington, R. T., M. Lavin, D. E. Prado, C. A Pendry, S. Pell, and C. Butterworth. Neotropical seasonally dry forest plants show patterns of both Tertiary and Quaternary diversification. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences 359: 515-538. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S928.

2004. Riley-Hulting, E. T., A. Delgado-Salinas, and M. Lavin. Phylogenetic systematics of Strophostyles (Fabaceae): a North American temperate genus within a Neotropical diversification. Systematic Botany 29 (3): 627-653. data sets. TreeBase study accession 1015.

2004. Thulin, M., M. Lavin, R. Pasquet, and A. Delgado-Salinas. Phylogeny and biogeography of Wajira (Leguminosae): a monophyletic segregate of Vigna centered in the Horn of Africa region. Systematic Botany 29 (4): 903-920. data sets. TreeBase study accession S1072.

2004. Wojciechowski, M. F., M. Lavin, and M. J. Sanderson. A phylogeny of legumes (Leguminosae) based on analysis of the plastid matK gene resolves many well-supported subclades within the family. American Journal of Botany 91: 1846-1862. TreeBase study accession S1453.

2003. Lavin, M., M. F. Wojciechowski, P. Gasson, C. H. Hughes, and E. Wheeler. Phylogeny of robinioid legumes (Fabaceae) revisited: Coursetia and Gliricidia recircumscribed, and a biogeographical appraisal of the Caribbean endemics. Systematic Botany 28: 387-409. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S813.

2003. Schrire, B.D., M. Lavin, N. P. Barker, H. Cortes-Burns, I. von Senger, and J.-H. Kim. Towards a phylogeny of Indigofera (Leguminosae - Papilionoideae): identification of major clades and relative ages. In A. Bruneau and B. Klitgaard (eds.), pp. 269-302. Advances in legume systematics, part 10. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S784.

2002. Hu, J.-M., M. Lavin, M. F. Wojciechowski, and M. J. Sanderson. Phylogenetic analysis of nuclear ribosomal ITS/5.8 S sequences in the tribe Millettieae (Fabaceae): Poecilanthe-Cyclolobium, the core Millettieae, and the Callerya group. Systematic Botany 27: 722-733. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S760.

2001. Lavin, M., R. T. Pennington, B. B. Klitgaard, J. I. Sprent, H. C. de Lima, and P. Gasson. The dalbergioid legumes (Fabaceae): circumscription of a monophyletic pantropical clade. American Journal of Botany 88: 503-533. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S752.

2001. Lavin, M., M. F. Wojciechowski, A. Richman, J. Rotella, M. J. Sanderson, A. Beyra-Matos. Identifying Tertiary radiations of Fabaceae in the Greater Antilles: alternatives to cladistic vicariance analysis. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162 (6 supplement): S53-S76. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S754.

2001. Pennington, R. T., M. Lavin, H. Ireland, B. Klitgaard, J. Preston, and J.-M. Hu. Phylogenetic relationships of basal papilionoid legumes based upon sequences of the chloroplast trnL intron. Systematic Botany 26: 537-556. TreeBase study accession number S757.

2001. Thulin, M. and M. Lavin. Phylogeny and biogeography of the Ormocarpum group (Fabaceae): a new genus Zygocarpum from the Horn of Africa region. Systematic Botany 26: 299-317. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S762.

2000. Hu, J.-M., M. Lavin, M. F. Wojciechowski, and M. J. Sanderson. Phylogenetic systematics of the tribe Millettieae (Leguminosae) base on chloroplast trnK/matK sequences and its implications for evolutionary patterns in Papilionoideae. American Journal of Botany 87(3): 418-430. TreeBase study accession number S759.

2000. Lavin, M., M. Thulin, J.-N. Labat, and R. T. Pennington. Africa, the odd man out: molecular biogeographic studies of dalbergioid legumes (Fabaceae) suggest otherwise. Systematic Botany 25 (3): 449-467. ITS/5.8S and matK/trnK data sets. TreeBase study accession number S755.

1999. Delgado-Salinas, A., T. Turley, A. Richman, and M. Lavin. Phylogenetic analysis of the cultivated and wild species of Phaseolus (Fabaceae) Systematic Botany 24: 438-460. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S751.

1999. Beyra-M. and M. Lavin. A monograph of Pictetia (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae) and review of Aeschynomene. Systematic Botany Monographs 46: 1-93. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S756.

1998. Lavin, M., E. Eshbaugh, J.-M. Hu, S. Mathews, and R. A. Sharrock. Monophyletic subgroups of the tribe Milletieae (Leguminosae) as revealed by phytochrome nucleotide sequence data. American Journal of Botany 85: 412-433. data sets. TreeBase study accession number S753.

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