Professor Robert Scotland: List of publications

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The Implications of Lineage-Specific Rates for Divergence Time Estimation.

Insights from Empirical Analyses and Simulations on Using Multiple Fossil Calibrations with Relaxed Clocks to Estimate Divergence Times.

The temporal dynamics of evolutionary diversification in Ipomoea.

A foundation monograph of Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) in the New World

How long does it take to discover a species?

A taxonomic monograph of Ipomoea integrated across phylogenetic scales

Specimens of Convolvulaceae linked to the plates of Dillenius's Hortus Elthamensis

Reconciling conflicting phylogenies in the origin of sweet potato and dispersal to Polynesia

Additional notes on Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) in Bolivia.

New species of Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) from South America

A new species of Strobilanthes (Acanthaceae) from Western Thailand

Strobilanthes barbigera (Acanthaceae), a new species from Vietnam

Misapplied names, synonyms and new species of Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) from South America

New species of Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) from Bahia

Notes on Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) from the Amazonian periphery

New species of Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) from South America.

Notes on Ipomoea L. (Convolvulaceae) in Cuba and neighbouring islands with a checklist of species found in Cuba.

Remarkable disjunctions in Ipomoea species (Convolvulaceae) from NE Brazil and Central America and their taxonomic implications.

Two overlooked species of Ipomoea L. (Convolvulaceae) from Paraguay

Ipomoea pantanalensis, a new species of Ipomoea L. (Convolvulaceae) from the Pantanal, Brazil

How the temperate world was colonised by bindweeds: biogeography of the Convolvuleae (Convolvulaceae).

Widespread mistaken identity in tropical plant collections.

Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae) in Bolivia

Circumstances in which parsimony but not compatibility will be provably misleading.

A foundation monograph of Convolvulus L. (Convolvulaceae).

Distributions, ex situ conservation priorities, and genetic resource potential of crop wild relatives of sweetpotato [Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam., I. series Batatas].

Integrating DNA barcode data in a monographic study of Convolvulus

Phylogenetic trees do not reliably predict feature diversity

Taxonomic capacity and author inflation.

Cardamine hirsuta: a versatile genetic system for comparative studies.

Author inflation masks global capacity for species discovery in flowering plants

Author inflation masks global capacity for species discovery in flowering plants.

The corona of the daffodil Narcissus bulbocodium shares stamen-like identity and is distinct from the orthodox floral whorls

The corona of the daffodil Narcissus bulbocodium shares stamen-like identity and is distinct from the orthodox floral whorls.

Diceratotheca, a new genus of Acanthaceae from Thailand

Accelerating the pace of taxonomy

Accelerating the pace of taxonomy.

Big hitting collectors make massive and disproportionate contribution to the discovery of plant species.

Diceratotheca, a new genus of Acanthaceae from Thailand

What is parallelism?

Some observations on the homology of the daffodil corona

Herbaria are a major frontier for species discovery.

Deep homology: a view from systematics.

Further notes on a rare species of selaginella (pteridophyta - Selaginellaceae) from the cerrados of eastern bolivia

New and little-known species of Strobilanthes (Acanthaceae) from India and South East Asia

Uncorrelated variation in widespread species: Species delimitation in Strobilanthes echinata Nees (Acanthaceae)

Predicting unknown species numbers using discovery curves.

On the taxonomy and phylogenetic position of Thomandersia

Ethnobotany and the first printed records of British flowering plants

Some notes on the Strobilanthes pentstemonoides (Acanthaceae) complex in China, India and South East Asia

The effect of combining molecular and morphological data in published phylogenetic analyses.

New and reassessed species of Strobilanthes (Acanthaceae) in the flora of China

Determining the potential utility of datasets for phylogeny reconstruction

Floral anatomy of Thomandersia (Lamiales), with particular reference to the nature of the retinaculum and extranuptial nectaries

How much data are needed to resolve a difficult phylogeny?: case study in Lamiales.

Independent recruitment of a conserved developmental mechanism during leaf evolution.

Molecular and morphological datasets [2]

Comparative floral anatomy of Strobilanthinae (Acanthaceae), with particular reference to internal partitioning of the flower

Phylogenetic relationships among Strobilanthes s.l. (Acanthaceae): evidence from ITS nrDNA, trnL-F cpDNA, and morphology.

The Significance of Few Versus Many in the Tree of Life

The significance of few versus many in the tree of life.

A revision of the Strobilanthes kunthiana-group (Phlebophyllum sensu Bremekamp) (Acanthaceae)

Synonymy, sampling and seed plant numbers

Phylogeny reconstruction: the role of morphology.

Thebig machineand the much‐maligned taxonomist DNA taxonomy and the web

How many species of seed plants are there?

Notes on Strobilanthes: The Sympagis group

Strobilanthes: Panicled species from East Asia

The 2-lipped species of Strobilanthes (Acanthaceae)

GLK gene pairs regulate chloroplast development in diverse plant species.

Classification of Strobilanthinae (Acanthaceae): Trying to classify the unclassifiable?

Taxonomic account of Hemigraphis Nees (Strobilanthinae-Acanthaceae) from the Philippines

Taxonomy and phylogeny reconstruction: Two distinct research agendas in systematics

Taxic homology and three-taxon statement analysis.

Are angiosperms firmly rooted?

Classification of Acanthaceae

Classification or phylogenetic estimates?

Hemigraphis neocaledonica Heine from New Caledonia is transferred to Brunoniella Bremek. (Acanthaceae)

The taxonomy and biology of Stenosiphonium Nees (Acanthaceae)

Molecular systematics of Clerodendrum (Lamiaceae): ITS sequences and total evidence.

Taxic and transformational homology: Different ways of seeing

Pollen morphology of Strobilanthes blume (acanthaceae) from southern India and Sri lanka

One new and one rediscovered species of Strobilanthes Blume (Acanthaceae)

Parsimony neither maximizes congruence nor minimizes incongruence or homoplasy

Phylogenetic relationships of Clerodendrum s.l. (Lamiaceae) inferred from chloroplast DNA

Primary Homology Assessment, Characters and Character States

Confusion in philosophy: A comment on Williams (1992)

Higher-level systematics of Acanthaceae determined by chloroplast DNA sequences

Corolla ontogeny and aestivation in the Acanthaceae

MULTISTATE CHARACTERS AND CLADOGRAMS - WHEN ARE 2 STAMENS MORE SIMILAR TO 3 STAMENS THAN 4 - A REPLY TO LIPSCOMB

MULTISTATE CHARACTERS AND CLADOGRAMS: WHEN ARE TWO STAMENS MORE SIMILAR TO THREE STAMENS THAN FOUR? A REPLY TO LIPSCOMB

Pollen morphology of Contortae (Acanthaceae)

Pollen morphology of Andrographideae (Acanthaceae)

POLLEN MORPHOLOGY AND TAXONOMIC CHARACTERS IN ACANTHACEAE

Systematics, similarity and Acanthaceae pollen morphology

IS THERE A DIRECT ONTOGENIC CRITERION IN SYSTEMATICS

HARMOMEGATHY IN THE ACANTHACEAE - A PRELIMINARY-STUDY OF 3 PSEUDOCOLPATE SPECIES USING LOW-TEMPERATURE SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY