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Scheiner SM, Istock CAlan.  1994.  Species enrichment in a transitional landscape, northern lower Michigan. Canadian Journal of Botany. 72:217-226.
Scheiner SM.  1992.  Measuring pattern diversity. Ecology. 73(5):1860-1867.
Scheiner SM.  1990.  Affinity analysis: effects of sampling. Vegetatio. 86:175-181.
Scheiner SM.  1989.  Variable selection along a successional gradient. Evolution. 43(3):548-562.
Scheiner SM.  1988.  Population dynamics of an herbaceous perennial Danthonia spicata during secondary forest succession. The American Midlands Naturalist. 119:268-281.
Scheiner SM.  1988.  The seed bank and above-ground vegetation in an upland pine-hardwood succession. Michigan Botanist. 27:99-106.
Scheiner SM, Sharik TL, Roberts MRichard, Kopple RJVande.  1988.  Tree density and modes of tree recruitment in a Michigan pine-hardwood forest after clear-cutting and burning. The Canadian Field-Naturalist. 102(4):634-638.
Scheiner SM, Istock CAlan.  1987.  Affinity analysis: methodologies and statistical inference. Vegetatio. 72:89-93.
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1987.  Rapid genotypic change in a population of the grass Danthonia spicata following disturbance. Canadian Journal of Botany. 65:1819-1823.
Scheiner SM.  1987.  Size and fecundity hierarchies in an herbaceous perennial. Oecologia. 74:128-132.
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1986.  Microhabitat selection and the successional gradient of a forest grass. Canadian Journal of Botany. 64:734-738.
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1986.  Phenotypic flexibility and genetic adaptation along a gradient of secondary forest succession in the grass Danthonia spicata. Canadian Journal of Botany. 64:739-747.
Scheiner SM, Goodnight CJ.  1984.  The comparison of phenotypic plasticity and genetic variation in populations of the grass Danthonia spicata. Evolution. 38:845-855.
Scheiner SM, Gurevitch J, Teeri JA.  1984.  A genetic analysis of the photosynthetic properties of populations of Danthonia spicata that have different growth responses to light level. Oecologia. 64:74-77.
Scheiner SM.  1983.  The persistence of Danthonia spicata during secondary succession. Doctor of Philosophy:170pp..
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1981.  A 53-year record of forest succession following fire in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 20:3-14.