Peter Crane, Ph.D

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Peter Crane"


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Jane Masterson grad student 1995 Chicago
Richard Lupia grad student 1997 Yale
Hallie J. Sims grad student 2000 Chicago
Kathryn Larson grad student 2013 Chicago
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Herrera F, Shi G, Bickner MA, et al. (2021) Early Cretaceous abietoid Pinaceae from Mongolia and the history of seed scale shedding. American Journal of Botany. 108: 1483-1499
Shi G, Herrera F, Herendeen PS, et al. (2021) Mesozoic cupules and the origin of the angiosperm second integument. Nature
Crane P. (2020) Conserving our global botanical heritage: The PSESP plant conservation program. Plant Diversity. 42: 319-322
Crane PR, Friis EM. (2020) Water lilies, loss of woodiness, and model systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117: 9674-9676
Herrera F, Shi G, Mays C, et al. (2020) Reconstructing Krassilovia mongolica supports recognition of a new and unusual group of Mesozoic conifers. Plos One. 15: e0226779
Friis EM, Crane PR, Pedersen KR. (2019) The endothelium in seeds of early angiosperms. The New Phytologist
Loner CA, Crane PW. (2019) Use of Emergency Department Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Treatment of Acute Necrotizing Myocarditis. Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine. 3: 47-50
Friis EM, Crane PR, Pedersen KR. (2018) Tanispermum, a new genus of hemi-orthotropous to hemi-anatropous angiosperm seeds from the Early Cretaceous of eastern North America. American Journal of Botany
Crane PW, Wiegand TJ, Kamali M, et al. (2018) Telemedicine Delivery and Successful Reimbursement in Toxicology. Journal of Medical Toxicology : Official Journal of the American College of Medical Toxicology
Herrera F, Moran RC, Shi G, et al. (2017) An exquisitely preserved filmy fern (Hymenophyllaceae) from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia. American Journal of Botany. 104: 1370-1381
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