VOLUME 42, NUMBER 2                          APRIL-JUNE 1995

MADROÑO

A WEST AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY

Contents

SPECIAL ISSUE: THE FUTURE OF CALIFORNIA FLORISTICS AND SYSTEMATICS: RESEARCH, EDUCATION, CONSERVATION

INTRODUCTION
Brent D. Mishler, Bruce G. Baldwin, Susan D'Alcamo
93
HOMAGE TO WILLIS LINN JEPSON
Lincoln Constance
96
PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND CONSERVATION: SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
Brent D. Mishler
103
THE CHANGING FACE OF CALIFORNIA BOTANY
Barbara Ertter
114
COLLABORATION AMONG HERBARIA AND BOTANICAL GARDENS
George K. Rogers
123
RARITY IN THE CALIFORNIA FLORA: NEW THOUGHTS ON OLD IDEAS
Peggy L. Fiedler
127
FLOWERS IN THE GARDEN: WHAT NEXT FOR CALIFORNIA FLORISTICS?
Dieter H. Wilken
142
A NEW PROSPECT FOR CALIFORNIA BOTANY: INTEGRATING BIOSYSTEMATICS AND PHYLOGENETICS
Bruce G. Baldwin
154
THE THREAT TO THE CALIFORNIA FLORA FROM INVASIVE SPECIES, PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Kristina A. Schierenbeck
168
FUTURE OF CALIFORNIA FLORISTICS AND SYSTEMATICS: WILDFIRE THREATS TO THE CALIFORNIA FLORA
Jon E. Keeley
175
THREATS TO THE CALIFORNIA FLORA: UNGULATE GRAZERS AND BROWSERS
Elizabeth L. Painter
180
FLORISTIC INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR CALIFORNIA TRACHEOPHYTES (FISCT)
Thomas J. Rosatti and Thomas Duncan
189
THE FUTURE OF CALIFORNIA FLORISTICS AND SYSTEMATICS: COLLECTING GUIDELINES AND DOCUMENTATION TECHNIQUES
Wayne R. Ferren Jr., David L. Magney, and Teresa A. Sholars
197
RESEARCH NEEDS FOR CONSERVING CALIFORNIA'S RARE PLANTS
Mark W. Skinner, David P. Tibor, Roxanne L. Bittman, Barbara Ertter, Timothy S. Ross, Steve Boyd, Andrew C. Sanders, James R. Shevock, and Dean Wm. Taylor
211
THE FUTURE OF CALIFORNIA'S FLORISTIC HERITAGE ON PUBLIC LANDS:
  OVERVIEW OF THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
John Willoughby
242
  OVERVIEW OF THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
Jan C. Knight
245
  OVERVIEW OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Sarah G. Allen
248
  OVERVIEW OF THE USDA-FOREST SERVICE
James R. Shevock
251
  OVERVIEW OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME
Sandra C. Morey
255
PANEL DISCUSSION
Ken Berg, Moderator
258
THE NORTH COAST BIODIVERSITY ARENA IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA: A NEW SCENARIO FOR RESEARCH AND TEACHING PROCESSES OF EVOLUTION
G. Ledyard Stebbins and G. Frederic Hrusa
269
THE UNIVERSITY, THE STATE, AND THE LOSS OF PLANT DIVERSITY
Peter H. Raven
295

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