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Hazel M. Chapman
Hazel M. Chapman
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The Forests of Taraba and Adamawa States,Nigeria
JD Chapman, HM Chapman
Nigeria: an ecological account and plant species checklist, Dept. of Plant …, 2001
126*2001
Molecular diversity and derivations of populations of Silene acaulis and Saxifiaga oppositifolia from the high Arctic and more southerly latitudes
RJ Abbott, HM Chapman, RM Crawford
Molecular Ecology 4, 199-207, 1995
1051995
Genetic structure and colonizing success of a clonal, weedy species, Pilosella officinarum (Asteraceae)
HM Chapman, D Parh, N Oraguzie
Heredity 84 (4), 401-409, 2000
1002000
Population genetic structure of a colonising, triploid weed, Hieracium lepidulum
H Chapman, B Robson, ML Pearson
Heredity 92 (3), 182-188, 2004
732004
Variation inHieracium subgen. Pilosella (Asteraceae): What do we know about its sources?
A Krahulcová, F Krahulec, HM Chapman
Folia Geobotanica 35 (3), 319-338, 2000
722000
An assessment of changes in the montane forests of Taraba State, Nigeria, over the past 30 years
HM Chapman, SM Olson, D Trumm
Oryx 38 (3), 282-290, 2004
672004
Potential impact of climatic warming on Arctic vegetation
RMM Crawford, HM Chapman, RJ Abbott, J Balfour
Flora 188, 367-381, 1993
671993
A review of genetic analyses of hybridisation in New Zealand
M Morgan‐Richards, RD Smissen, LD Shepherd, GP Wallis, JJ Hayward, ...
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 39 (1), 15-34, 2009
642009
Interspecific hybridization among Hieracium species in New Zealand: evidence from flow cytometry
M Morgan-Richards, SA Trewick, HM Chapman, A Krahulcova
Heredity 93 (1), 34-42, 2004
632004
ForestGEO: Understanding forest diversity and dynamics through a global observatory network
SJ Davies, I Abiem, et al
Biological Conservation 253, 2021
622021
Direct and indirect effects of climate on richness drive the latitudinal diversity gradient in forest trees
C Chu, JA Lutz, K Král, T Vrška, X Yin, JA Myers, I Abiem, A Alonso, ...
Ecology Letters 22 (2), 245-255, 2019
612019
Reproductive strategy and population variability in the facultative apomict Hieracium pilosella (Asteraceae)
GJ Houliston, HM Chapman
American Journal of Botany 91 (1), 37-44, 2004
602004
Anoxia tolerance in high arctic vegetation
RMM Crawford, HM Chapman, H Hodge
Arctic and Alpine Research 26 (3), 308-312, 1994
581994
Matrix habitat restoration alters dung beetle species responses across tropical forest edges
AD Barnes, RM Emberson, HM Chapman, FT Krell, RK Didham
Biological conservation 170, 28-37, 2014
572014
Chloroplast DNA diversity of Hieracium Pilosella (Asteraceae) introduced to New Zealand: reticulation, hybridization, and invasion
SA Trewick, M Morgan‐Richards, HM Chapman
American Journal of Botany 91 (1), 73-85, 2004
472004
A population estimate of the Endangered chimpanzee Pan troglodytes vellerosus in a Nigerian montane forest: implications for conservation
J Beck, H Chapman
Oryx 42 (3), 448-451, 2008
462008
A Case of Reversal: The Evolution and Maintenance of Sexuals from Parthenogenetic Clones in Hieracium pilosella
H Chapman, GJ Houliston, B Robson, I Iline
International Journal of Plant Sciences 164 (5), 719-728, 2003
432003
Testing for Janzen–Connell effects in a west African montane forest
A Matthesius, H Chapman, D Kelly
Biotropica 43 (1), 77-83, 2011
372011
The spread of heather, Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull, into indigenous plant communities of Tongariro National Park
HM CHAPMAN, P BANNISTER
New Zealand journal of ecology, 7-16, 1990
361990
Vegetative production and performance of Calluna vulgaris in New Zealand, with particular reference to Tongariro National Park
HM Chapman, P Bannister
New Zealand journal of ecology, 109-121, 1994
351994
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