Lab members in bold

Howard, C.C.*, Tribble, C.M.*, Martínez-Gómez, J.*, Sessa E.B., Specht, C.D., Cellinese, N. 2021. 1, 2, 3, GO! Venture beyond gene ontologies in plant evolutionary research. American Journal of Botany. Accepted. *Equal contributors.

Tribble, C.M.*, Martínez-Gómez, J.*, Howard, C.C.*, Males, J., Sosa, V., Sessa E.B., Cellinese, N., Specht, C.D. 2021. Get the shovel: morphological and evolutionary complexities of below ground organs in geophytes. American Journal of Botany. Accepted. *Equal contributors.

Amarasinghe, P., Joshi, S., Page, N., Wijedasa, L.S., Merello, M., Kathriarachchi, H., Stone, R.D., Judd,  W., Kodandaramaiah, U., Cellinese, N. 2020. Evolution and biogeography of Memecylon in the Old World tropics. American Journal of Botany. In Press.

Hurbath, F.*, Stubbs, R.L., Cordeiro, I. Cellinese, N. 2021.Biogeography of succulent spurges from Brazilian Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest (SDTF). TAXON. In Press. *Visiting scholar.

Stubbs, R.L., Folk, R.A., Soltis, D.E., Cellinese, N. 2020. Diversification in the Arctic: Biogeography and Systematics of the North American Micranthes (Saxifragaceae). Systematic Botany

Liveri, E.*, Crowl, A.A., Mavrodiev, E., Yıldırım, H., Kamari, G., Cellinese, N. 2020. Another piece of the puzzle, another brick in the wall: the inevitable fate of Campanula section Quinqueloculares (Campanulaceae: Campanuloideae). TAXON 69: 1239-1258.  *Visiting scholar.

Cellinese, N.  Campanulaceae. 2020. In Phylonyms: a Companion to the PhyloCode (K. de Queiroz, P.D. Cantino & J. Gauthier, eds), pp. 381-384. CRC Press.

Cellinese, N. Campanuloideae. 2020. In Phylonyms: a Companion to the PhyloCode (K. de Queiroz, P.D. Cantino & J. Gauthier, eds), pp. 385-386. CRC Press.

Cellinese, N. Lobelioideae. 2020. In Phylonyms: a Companion to the PhyloCode (K. de Queiroz, P.D. Cantino & J. Gauthier, eds), pp. 386-387. CRC Press.

Jantzen, J.R.*, Amarasinghe, P.*, Folk, R.A., Reginato, R., Michelangeli, F.A., Soltis, D.E., Cellinese, N.+, Soltis, P.S.+  2020. A two-tier bioinformatic pipeline to develop probes for target capture of nuclear loci with applications in Melastomataceae. Applications in Plant Sciences 8(5): e11345. *Equal contributors; +Co-senior authors.

Howard, C.C.Cellinese, N. 2020. Tunicate bulb size in monocots explained by temperature and phenology. Ecology and Evolution doi:10.1002/ece3.5996

Stubbs, R.L., Folk, R.A., Xiang, C., Chen, S., Soltis, D.E., Cellinese, N. 2020. A Phylogenomic Perspective on Evolution and Discordance in the Alpine-Arctic Plant Clade Micranthes (Saxifragaceae). Frontiers in Plant Science 10:1773 doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.01773

Howard, C.C., Landis, J.B., Beaulieu, J.M., Cellinese, N. 2020. Geophytism in monocots leads to higher rates of diversification.  New Phytologist 225: 1023-1032.

Liveri, E., Crowl, A.A., Cellinese, N. 2019. Past, present, and future of Campanula (Campanulaceae) systematics. Botanika Chronica 22: 209-222.

Howard, C.C., Folk, R., Beaulieu, J.M., Cellinese, N. 2019. The monocotyledonous underground: global climatic and phylogenetic patterns of geophyte diversity. American Journal of Botany 106(6): 1–14.

Folk, R.A., Stubbs, R.L., Mort, M.E., Cellinese, N., Allen, J.M., Soltis, P.S., Soltis, D.E., Guralnick, R.P. 2019. Rates of niche and phenotype evolution lag behind diversification in a temperate radiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Stubbs, R.L., Soltis, D.E., Cellinese, N. 2018. The future of cold-adapted plants in changing climates: The clade Micranthes (Saxifragaceae) as a case study. Ecology and Evolution

Yoo, K.-O.*, Crowl, A.A., Kim, K-A, Cheon, K-S, Cellinese, N. 2018. Origins of East Asian Campanuloideae (Campanulaceae) diversityMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 127: 468-474. *Visiting scholar.

Stubbs, R., Folk, R., Xiang, C., Soltis, D., Cellinese, N. 2018. Pseudo-parallel patterns of disjunctions in an Arctic-alpine plant lineages. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 123: 88-100.

Crowl, A., Cellinese, N. 2017. Naming diversity in an evolutionary context: Phylogenetic definitions of the Roucela clade (Campanulaceae/Campanuloideae) and the cryptic taxa within. Ecology and Evolution 10.1002/ece3.3442

Crowl, A., Myers, C., Cellinese, N. 2017. Embracing discordance: phylogenetic analyses provide evidence for allopolyploidy leading to cryptic diversity in a Mediterranean Campanula (Campanulaceae) clade. Evolution DOI: 10.1111/evo.13203

Crowl, A., Miles, N., Visger, C., Hansen, K., Ayers, T., Haberle, R., Cellinese, N. 2016. A global perspective on Campanulaceae: biogeographic, genomic, and floral evolution. American Journal of Botany 103: 233-245.

Crowl, A., Visger, C., Mansion, G., Hand, R., Wu, H.-H., Kamari, G., Phitos, D., Cellinese, N. 2015. Evolution and Biogeography of the Endemic Roucela complex (Campanulaceae: Campanula) in the Eastern Mediterranean. Ecology and Evolution 10.1002/ece3.1791

Cellinese, N. 2015. Taxonomy and Classification. Oxford Bibliographies in Evolutionary Biology. Ed. Jonathan Losos. New York: Oxford University Press.

Guralnick, R.P., Cellinese, N., Deck, J., Pyle, R.L., Kunze, J., Penev, L., Walls, R., Hagedorn, G., Agosti, D., Wieczorek, J., Catapano, T., Page, R.D.M. 2015. Community Next steps for Making Globally Unique Identifiers Work for Biocollections Data. Zookeys 494: 133-154.

Guralnick, R., Conlin, T., Deck, J., Stucky, B.J., Cellinese, N. 2014. The Trouble with Triplets in Biodiversity Informatics: A Data-Driven Case Against Current Identifier Practices PLoS ONE 9(12): e114069. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114069.

Stucky, B.J., Deck, J., Conlin, T., Ziemba, L., Cellinese, N., Guralnick, R. 2014. The BISciCol Triplifier: bringing biodiversity data to the Semantic Web. BMC Bioinformatics 15: 257.

Crowl, A.A., Mavrodiev, E., Mansion, G., Haberle, R., Pistarino, A., Kamari, G., Phitos, D., Borsch, T., Cellinese, N. 2014. Phylogeny of Campanuloideae (Campanulaceae) with emphasis on the utility of pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) genes. PLoS ONE 9: e94199.

Fenaroli, F., Pistarino, A., Peruzzi, L., Cellinese, N. 2013. Campanula martinii (Campanulaceae), a new species from northern Italy. Phytotaxa 111(1): 27-38.

Mansion, G., Parolly, G., Crowl, A., Mavrodiev, E., Cellinese, N., Oganesian, M., Fraunhofer, K., Kamari, K., Phitos, D., Haberle, R., Akaydin, G., Ikinci, N., Raus, T., Borsch, T.  2012. How to Handle Speciose Clades? Mass Taxon-Sampling as a Strategy towards Illuminating the Natural History of Campanula (Campanuloideae). PLoS ONE 7(11): e50076.

Bell, C.D., Mavrodiev, E.V., Soltis, P.S., Calaminus, A.K., Albach, D.C., Cellinese, N., Garcia-Jacas, N., Soltis, D.E. 2012. Rapid diversification of Tragopogon and ecological associates in Eurasia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 2470-2480.

Beaman, R.S., Cellinese, N. 2012. Mass digitization of scientific collections: new opportunities to transform the use of biological specimens and underwrite biodiversity science. In: No Specimen Left Behind: Mass Digitization of Natural History Collections, Blagoderov, D. & Smith, V. (Eds). ZooKeys 209: 7-17, special issue.

Cellinese, N., Baum, D.A., Mishler, B.D. 2012. Species and Phylogenetic Nomenclature.  Systematic Biology 61: 885-891.

Mavrodiev, E.V., Laktionov, A.P., Cellinese, N. 2012. A maximum likelihood approach to generate hypotheses on the evolution and historical biogeography in the Lower Volga Valley regions (Southwest Russia). Ecology and Evolution 2(7): 1765-1779 [doi:10.1002/ece3.282].

Beaman, R.S., Traub, G., Dell, C., Santiago, N., Koh, J., Cellinese, N. 2012. TOLKIN – Tree of Life Knowledge and Information Network:  Filling a Gap for Collaborative Research in Biological Systematics. PLoS ONE 7(6): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039352

Parr, C. S., Guralnick, R., Cellinese, N., Page, R.D.M. 2012. Evolutionary informatics: unifying knowledge about the diversity of life. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 94-103.

Godden, G., Jordon-Thaden, I., Chamala, S., Crowl, A., et al. 2012. Making next-generation sequencing work for you: approaches and practical consideration for marker development and phylogenetics. Plant Ecology and Diversity 5: 427-450.

Soltis, D.E., S.A. Smith, N. Cellinese, K.J. Wurdack, D.C. Tank, S.F. Brockington, N.F. Refulio-Rodriguez, J.B. Walker, M.J. Moore, B.S. Carlsward, C.D. Bell, M. Latvis, S. Crawley, C. Black, D. Diouf, Z. Xi, C.A. Rushworth, M.A. Gitzendanner, K.J. Sytsma, Y.-L. Qiu, K.W. Hilu, C.C. Davis, M.J. Sanderson, R.S. Beaman, R.G. Olmstead, W.S. Judd, M.J. Donoghue, P.S. Soltis. 2011. Angiosperm phylogeny: 17 genes, 640 taxa. American Journal of Botany 98:704-730.

Stoltzfus, A., K. Cranston, H. Lapp, S. McKay, E. Pontelli, R. Vos, N. Cellinese. 2010. EvoIO: Community-driven standards for sustainable interoperability. Nature Precedings: hdl:10101/npre.2010.4588.1

Wangwasit, K., N. Cellinese, M. Norsaengsri. 2010. Phyllagathis nanakorniana (Melastomataceae), a new species from Thailand. Blumea – Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants 55:246-248.

Cellinese, N., S.A. Smith, E.J. Edwards, S.-T. Kim, R.C. Haberle, M. Avramakis, M.J. Donoghue. 2009. Historical Biogeography of the endemic Campanulaceae of Crete. Journal of Biogeography 36:1253-1269.

De Natale, A., N. Cellinese. 2009. Imperato, Cirillo, and a series of unfortunate events: a novel approach to assess the unknown provenance of historical herbarium specimens. TAXON 58:963-970.

Haberle, R.C., Dang, A., Lee, T., Penaflor, C.,  Cortes-Burn, H., Oestreich, A., Raubenson, L.,  Cellinese, N., Edwards, E.J., Kim, S.-T., Eddie, W.M.M., Jansen, R.K. 2009. Taxonomic and biogeographic implications of a phylogenetic analysis of the Campanulaceae based on three chloroplast genes. TAXON 58:715-734.

Cellinese, N. 2007. Two new species in the genus Poikilogyne (Melastomataceae) from Papua New Guinea. Novon 17: 20-23.

Laurin, M., de Queiroz, K., Cantino, P., Cellinese, N., & Olmstead, R. 2005. The PhyloCode, types, ranks and monophyly: a response to Pickett. Cladistics 21(6): 605-607.

Kalmbacher, R., Cellinese, N., Martin, F. 2005. Seed obtained by vacuuming the soil surface after fire. Native Plants Journal 6: 233-240.

Cellinese, N. 2004. Melastomataceae. In: The Plants of Mount Kinabalu, 5. Dicotyledon Families Magnoliaceae to Winteraceae (Beaman, J.H. & C. Anderson, eds). Natural History Publications (Borneo) & Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Beaman, R.S., Cellinese, N. 2004. Eight new species and a new name in the genus Elatostema (Urticaceae) on Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Blumea 49(1): 135-144.

Terrell, J.H., Hart, J.P., Barut, S., Cellinese, N., Curet, A., Denham, T., Kusimba, C., Latinis, K.D., Oka, R., Palka, J., Pohl, M.E.D, Pope, K., Williams, P.R., Haines, H., Staller, J.E.  2003. Domesticated Landscapes: The Subsistence Ecology of Plants and Animal Domestication. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 10(4): 323-368.

Cellinese, N. 2003. Revision of the genus Phyllagathis Blume (Melastomataceae: Sonerileae). II. The species of Borneo and Natuna Island. Blumea 48(1): 69-97.

Cellinese, N. 2002.  Revision of the genus Phyllagathis Blume (Melastomataceae: Sonerileae). I. The species of Burma, Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra. Blumea 47(3): 463-492.

Renner, S.S., Clausing, G., Cellinese, N., Meyer, K.  2001.  Melastomataceae, in K. Larsen and I. Nielsen (eds.), Flora of Thailand, 7: 412-496. Royal Forest Department, Bangkok, Thailand.

 Cellinese, N. 1997. A new Sonerila (Melastomataceae) from Central Kalimantan, Borneo. Novon  7(2): 103-105.

Cellinese, N., Renner, S.S. 1997. New species and combinations of Sonerila and Phyllagathis (Melastomataceae) from Thailand. Novon 7(2): 106-112.

 Cellinese, N. 1997. Notes on the systematics and biogeography of the Sonerila generic alliance (Melastomataceae) with special focus on fruit characters. Tropical  Biodiversity  4(1): 83-93.

Salick, J., Cellinese, N., Knapp, S. 1997. Indigenous Diversity of Cassava: Generation, maintanance, use and loss among the Amuesha, Peruvian Upper Amazon. Economic Botany  51(1): 6-19.

Cellinese, N., Jarvis, C.E., Pichi-Sermolli, R.E.G., Press, J.R., Short, M.J., Viciani, D. 1996. The Threatened Plants of Italy: Pteridophyta. Mem. Accad. Lunigianese Sci. 66: 117-145.