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Bliss M.  1986.  The morphology, fertility and chromosomes of Mimulus glabratus var. michiganensis and M. glabratus var. fremontii (Schrophulariaceae). The American Midlands Naturalist. 116:125-131.
Abdel-Malek ETadros.  1952.  Morphology, bionomics and host-parasite relations of Planorbidae (Mollusca: pulmonata). Doctor of Philosophy:226pp..
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Ameel DJ.  1938.  The morphology and life cycle of Euryhelmis monorchis n. sp. (Trematoda) from the mink. Journal of Parasitology. 24:219-224.
Crandall B.J.  1969.  Morphology and development of branches in the leafy Hepaticae. Beihefte Nova Hedwigia. 30:261pp.
Curtis JD, Lersten NR.  1980.  Morphology and anatomy of resin glands in Salix lucida (Salicaceae). American Journal of Botany. 67:1289-1296.
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La Rue GRoger, Townsend EW.  1932.  A morphological study of Alaria nasuae LaRue and Townsend (Trematoda: Alariidae). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 51:252-263.
Kingston JC, Lowe RL, Stoermer EF.  1980.  Morphological observations of Amphora thumensis (Mayer) A. CL. using light and scanning electron microscopy. Micron. 11:9-10.
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Jr. WHerb Wagne, Lord LP.  1956.  The morphological and cytological distinctness of Botrychium minganense and B. lunaria in Michigan. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 83(4):261-280.
Welch PSmith.  1945.  More data on depression individuality in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 30:379-390.
Creaser CW.  1935.  The moose (Alces americanus) and the water shrew (Sorex palustris hydrobodistes), rare mammals of the southern peninsula of Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:597-598.
Hartshorne C.  1956.  The monotony-threshold in singing birds. The Auk. 73:176-192.
Sanderson MW.  1938.  A monographic revision of the North American species of Stenelmis (Dryopidae: Coleoptera). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 25:635-717.
Smith AH, Singer R.  1964.  A monograph on the genus Galerina Earle.
Jr. PRHarding.  1952.  A monograph of the North American species of Gymnopilus. Doctor of Philosophy:247pp..
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Iwatsuki Z, Sharp AJ.  1958.  Molendoa sendtneriana in the United States. The Bryologist. 61:356-359.
Brant SV, Loker ES.  2009.  Molecular systematics of the avian schistosome genus Trichobilharzia (Trematoda: Schistosomatidae) in North America. Journal of Parasitology. 95(4):941-963.
Dentinger BTM, Jr. JFrank Ammi, Both EE, Desjardin DE, Halling RE, Henkel TW, Moreau P-A, Nagasawa E, Soytong K, Taylor AF.  2010.  Molecular phylogenetics of porcini mushrooms (Boletus section Boletus). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 57(3):1276-1292.
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Heatwole HFranklin.  1966.  Moisture exchange between the atmosphere and some lichens of the genus Cladonia. Mycologia. 58:148-156.
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Bond-Lamberty B., Fisk J.P, Holm J.A, Bailey V., Bohrer G., Gough C.M.  2015.  Moderate forest disturbance as a stringent test for gap and big-leaf models. Biogeosciences. 12(2):513-526.
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Hellstrom RA.  2000.  Modeling meteorological forcing of snowcover in forests. Doctor of Philosophy:335pp..
Wu C, Gonsamo A, Gough CM, Chen JM, Xu S.  2014.  Modeling growing season phenology in North American forests using seasonal mean vegetation indices from MODIS. Remote Sensing of Environment. 147:79-88.
Frasson RPrata de M, Bohrer G, Medvigy D, Matheny AM, Morin TH, Vogel CS, Gough CM, Maurer KD, Curtis PS.  2015.  Modeling forest carbon cycle response to tree mortality: Effects of plant functional type and disturbance intensity. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. :n/a-n/a.
Piehl MA.  1963.  Mode of attachment, haustorium structure, and hosts of Pedicularis canadensis. American Journal of Botany. 50:978-985.
Jr. JHOliver.  1962.  A mite parasitic in the cocoons of earthworms. Journal of Parasitology. 48:120-123.
Di Carlo P, Brune WH, Martinez M, Harder H, Lesher R, Ren X, Thornberry TDean, Carroll MAnne, Young V, Shepson PB et al..  2004.  Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs. Science. 304:722-725.
H. Baker B.  1928.  Minute American Zonitidae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 80:1-44.
Porter CL, Woollett ML.  1929.  Minor successions from the Cladonia mat in sandy upland soil in northern Michigan. Torreya. 29:133-134.
C. Tracy R.  1977.  Minimum size of mammalian homeotherms: role of the thermal environment. Science. 198:1034-1035.
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Francoeur SN, Biggs BJF, Lowe RL.  1998.  Microform bed clusters as refugia for periphyton in a flood-prone headwater stream. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 32:363-374.
Ferro D.N, Southwick E.E.  1984.  Microclimates of small arthropods: estimating humidity within the leaf boundary layer. Environmental Entomology. 13(4):926-929.
Southwick EE.  1973.  Microclimate selection by nesting hummingbirds. American Zoologist. 13:413.
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