Gary A. Krupnick, Ph.D.

Botany Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, United States 
Plant Conservation
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Arthur E. Weis grad student 1985-1991
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DeFilipps RA, Krupnick GA. (2018) The medicinal plants of Myanmar. Phytokeys. 1-341
Krupnick G, Knowlton N. (2017) Earth Optimism: Success Stories in Plant Conservation Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 102: 331-340
Carrington CMS, Krupnick GA, Acevedo-Rodríguez P. (2017) Herbarium-Based Preliminary Conservation Assessments of Lesser Antillean Endemic Seed Plants Reveal a Flora at Risk The Botanical Review. 83: 107-151
Miller JS, Krupnick GA, Stevens H, et al. (2013) Toward target 2 of the global strategy for plant conservation: An expert analysis of the Puerto Rican Flora to validate new streamlined methods for assessing conservation status Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 99: 199-205
Krupnick GA, McCormick MK, Mirenda T, et al. (2013) The status and future of orchid conservation in North America Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 99: 180-198
Krupnick GA. (2013) Conservation of tropical plant biodiversity: What have we done, where are we going? Biotropica. 45: 693-708
Miller JS, Porter-Morgan HA, Stevens H, et al. (2012) Addressing target two of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation by rapidly identifying plants at risk Biodiversity and Conservation. 21: 1877-1887
Krupnick GA, Kress WJ, Wagner WL. (2009) Achieving Target 2 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation: Building a preliminary assessment of vascular plant species using data from herbarium specimens Biodiversity and Conservation. 18: 1459-1474
Krupnick GA, Kress WJ. (2003) Hotspots and ecoregions: A test of conservation priorities using taxonomic data Biodiversity and Conservation. 12: 2237-2253
Avila-Sakar G, Krupnick GA, Stephenson AG. (2001) Growth and resource allocation in Cucurbita pepo ssp. texana: Effects of fruit removal International Journal of Plant Sciences. 162: 1089-1095
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