Nathalie S Nagalingum
Nathalie S Nagalingum
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A community‐derived classification for extant lycophytes and ferns
Journal of systematics and evolution 54 (6), 563-603, 2016
Dated molecular phylogenies indicate a Miocene origin for Arabidopsis thaliana
MA Beilstein, NS Nagalingum, MD Clements, SR Manchester, S Mathews
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (43), 18724-18728, 2010
Recent synchronous radiation of a living fossil
NS Nagalingum, CR Marshall, TB Quental, HS Rai, DP Little, S Mathews
Science 334 (6057), 796-799, 2011
Origin and diversification of living cycads: a cautionary tale on the impact of the branching process prior in Bayesian molecular dating
FL Condamine, NS Nagalingum, CR Marshall, H Morlon
BMC evolutionary biology 15 (1), 1-18, 2015
Molecular phylogenetic relationships and morphological evolution in the heterosporous fern genus Marsilea
NS Nagalingum, H Schneider, KM Pryer
Systematic Botany 32 (1), 16-25, 2007
Aridity drove the evolution of extreme embolism resistance and the radiation of conifer genus Callitris
M Larter, S Pfautsch, JC Domec, S Trueba, N Nagalingum, S Delzon
New Phytologist 215 (1), 97-112, 2017
Early Cretaceous (Neocomian) flora and fauna of the Lower Strzelecki Group, Gippsland Basin, Victoria
S McLoughlin
Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 2002
Quantifying phytogeographical regions of Australia using geospatial turnover in species composition
CE Gonzalez-Orozco, MC Ebach, S Laffan, AH Thornhill, NJ Knerr, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e92558, 2014
Fern spore diversity and abundance in Australia during the Cretaceous
NS Nagalingum, AN Drinnan, R Lupia, S McLoughlin
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 119 (1-2), 69-92, 2002
Comparative morphology of reproductive structures in heterosporous water ferns and a reevaluation of the sporocarp
NS Nagalingum, H Schneider, KM Pryer
International Journal of Plant Sciences 167 (4), 805-815, 2006
Assessing phylogenetic relationships in extant heterosporous ferns (Salviniales), with a focus on Pilularia and Salvinia
NS Nagalingum, MD Nowak, KM Pryer
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 157 (4), 673-685, 2008
Early Cretaceous Gleicheniaceae and Matoniaceae (Gleicheniales) from Alexander Island, Antarctica
NS Nagalingum, DJ Cantrill
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 138 (2), 73-93, 2006
Ferns from the Cretaceous of Alexander Island, Antarctica: implications for Cretaceous phytogeography of the Southern Hemisphere
DJ Cantrill, NS Nagalingum
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 137 (3-4), 83-103, 2005
Continental scale patterns and predictors of fern richness and phylogenetic diversity
NS Nagalingum, N Knerr, SW Laffan, CE González-Orozco, AH Thornhill, ...
Frontiers in Genetics 6, 132, 2015
Marsileaceaephyllum, a new genus for marsileaceous macrofossils: leaf remains from the Early Cretaceous (Albian) of southern Gondwana
NS Nagalingum
Plant Systematics and Evolution 264 (1), 41-55, 2007
A target enrichment probe set for resolving the flagellate land plant tree of life
JW Breinholt, SB Carey, GP Tiley, EC Davis, L Endara, SF McDaniel, ...
Applications in plant sciences 9 (1), e11406, 2021
Phylogeny of the gymnosperm genus Cycas L.(Cycadaceae) as inferred from plastid and nuclear loci based on a large-scale sampling: Evolutionary relationships and taxonomical …
J Liu, S Zhang, NS Nagalingum, YC Chiang, AJ Lindstrom, X Gong
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 127, 87-97, 2018
RADseq as a valuable tool for plants with large genomes—A case study in cycads
JAR Clugston, GJ Kenicer, R Milne, I Overcast, TC Wilson, ...
Molecular ecology resources 19 (6), 1610-1622, 2019
An expanded plastid phylogeny of Marsilea with emphasis on North American species
WM Whitten, CC Jacono, NS Nagalingum
American Fern Journal, 114-135, 2012
Building the “Plant glossary”—a controlled botanical vocabulary using terms extracted from the floras of North America and China
L Endara, HA Cole, JG Burleigh, NS Nagalingum, JA Macklin, J Liu, ...
Taxon 66 (4), 953-966, 2017
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