A. Jonathan Shaw

Professor of Biology

Office: 
Rm 139, Bio Phy Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Campus Box: 
90338
Phone: 
(919) 660-7344
Fax: 
919-660-7293

Lab Site: http://www.biology.duke.edu/bryology

Research Interests: 

My research centers on the evolution and diversity of bryophytes. Current projects in the lab include molecular phylogenetic analyses of familial and ordinal level relationships in the arthrodontous mosses, studies of hybridization using molecular and morphological markers, and investigations of cryptic speciation within geographically widespread species. My own particular focus (as opposed to those of post-docs and graduate students in the lab) at present is the genus Sphagnum (peatmosses). Ongoing research is grounded in phylogenetic analyses at various levels of biological organization from populations up to genus-wide. We utilize DNA sequence data from the nuclear, chloroplast, and mitochondrial genomes to infer historical processes of biodiversification. I have a special interest in the genetic structure of both rare and widespread species. Morphological and molecular information is being used to explore geographic patterns in phylogenetic diversity within the peatmosses. Of particular interest are biogeographic relationships between boreal, tropical, and Southern Hemisphere taxa, and between New and Old World taxa. Our data base presently includes nucleotide sequences from multiple loci representing some 500-600 accessions of peatmosses. Additional information about this ongoing work can be found here. The bryology laboratory is engaged in ongoing collaborative research projects with the New York Botanical Garden, the University of Connecticut, the Missouri Botanical Garden, and the University of Alberta. Additional information about these projects can be found here. I serve as Curator of the Bryophyte Herbarium, which includes approximately 230,000 collections of mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. The collections represent a central resource for bryological research at Duke, and we are actively integrating molecular investigations with field work and collections- based approaches.

My research centers on the evolution and diversity
of bryophytes. Current projects in the lab include
molecular phylogenetic analyses of familial and
ordinal level relationships in the arthrodontous
mosses, studies of hybridization using molecular
and morphological markers, and
investigations of cryptic speciation within
geographically widespread species. My own
particular focus (as opposed to those of post-docs
and graduate students in the lab) at present is the
genus Sphagnum (peatmosses). Ongoing research
is
grounded in phylogenetic analyses at various levels
of biological organization from populations up to
genus-wide. We utilize DNA sequence data from
the
nuclear, chloroplast, and mitochondrial genomes to
infer historical processes of biodiversification. I
have
a special interest in the genetic structure of both
rare and widespread species. Morphological and
molecular information is being used to explore
geographic patterns in phylogenetic diversity within
the peatmosses. Of particular interest are
biogeographic relationships between boreal,
tropical,
and Southern Hemisphere taxa, and between New
and Old World taxa. Our data base presently
includes nucleotide sequences from multiple loci
representing some 500-600 accessions of
peatmosses. Additional information about this
ongoing work can be found here. The bryology laboratory is engaged in ongoing
collaborative research projects with the New York
Botanical Garden, the University of Connecticut, the
Missouri Botanical Garden, and the University of
Alberta. Additional information about these
projects
can be found here. I serve as Curator of the Bryophyte Herbarium,
which includes approximately 230,000 collections
of
mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. The collections
represent a central resource for bryological
research
at Duke, and we are actively integrating molecular
investigations with field work and collections-
based
approaches.

Education

  • Ph.D. 1983, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

  • M.S. 1980, University of Alberta (Canada)

  • B.S. 1977, Cornell University

Papers Published

Organellar phylogenomics of an emerging model system: Sphagnum (peatmoss)., 8, 2016
Jonathan Shaw, A; Devos, N; Liu, Y; Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B; Flatberg, KI; Shaw, B, Annals of Botany (Elsevier). 118 vol. (2); pp. 185-196

Approximate Bayesian Computation Reveals the Crucial Role of Oceanic Islands for the Assembly of Continental Biodiversity., 7, 2015
Patiño, J; Carine, M; Mardulyn, P; Devos, N; Mateo, RG; González-Mancebo, JM; Shaw, AJ; Vanderpoorten, A, Systematic Biology (OUP). 64 vol. (4); pp. 579-589

Pleistocene survival, regional genetic structure and interspecific gene flow among three northern peat-mosses: Sphagnum inexspectatum , S. orientale and S. miyabeanum, 2, 2015
Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Stenøien, HK; Golinski, GK; Hassel, K; Flatberg, KI, Journal of Biogeography. 42 vol. (2); pp. 364-376

Phylogenetic Relationships and Morphological Evolution in a Major Clade of Leafy Liverworts (Phylum Marchantiophyta, Order Jungermanniales): Suborder Jungermanniineae, 2, 2015
Shaw, B; Crandall-Stotler, B; Váňa, J; Stotler, RE; von Konrat, M; Engel, JJ; Davis, EC; Long, DG; Sova, P; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 40 vol. (1); pp. 27-45

Phylogeny and Classification of Lejeuneaceae Subtribe Cheilolejeuneinae (Marchantiophyta) Based on Nuclear and Plastid Molecular Markers, 10, 2015
Ye, W; Gradstein, SR; Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Ho, B-C; Schäfer-Verwimp, A; Pócs, T; Heinrichs, J; Zhu, R-L, Cryptogamie Bryologie. 36 vol. (4); pp. 313-333

Phylogenetic structure and biogeography of the Pacific Rim clade of Sphagnum subgen. Subsecunda : haploid and allodiploid taxa, 10, 2015
Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Johnson, MG; Devos, N; Stenøien, HK; Flatberg, KI; Carter, BE, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 116 vol. (2); pp. 295-311

Local adaptations in bryophytes revisited: the genetic structure of the calcium-tolerant peatmoss Sphagnum warnstorfii along geographic and pH gradients, 1, 2015
Mikulášková, E; Hájek, M; Veleba, A; Johnson, MG; Hájek, T; Shaw, JA, Ecology and Evolution. 5 vol. (1); pp. 229-242

Evolution of niche preference in Sphagnum peat mosses., 1, 2015
Johnson, MG; Granath, G; Tahvanainen, T; Pouliot, R; Stenøien, HK; Rochefort, L; Rydin, H; Shaw, AJ, Evolution. 69 vol. (1); pp. 90-103

Genetic diversity, sexual condition, and microhabitat preference determine mating patterns in Sphagnum (Sphagnaceae) peat-mosses, 1, 2015
Johnson, MG; Shaw, AJ, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 115 vol. (1); pp. 96-113

Sphagnum physiology in the context of changing climate: Emergent influences of genomics, modelling and host-microbiome interactions on understanding ecosystem function, 1, 2015
Weston, DJ; Timm, CM; Walker, AP; Gu, L; Muchero, W; Schmutz, J; Shaw, AJ; Tuskan, GA; Warren, JM; Wullschleger, SD, Plant Cell & Environment. 38 vol. (9); pp. 1737-1751

On the taxonomic status of the enigmatic Phycolepidoziaceae (Marchantiophyta: Jungermanniales) with description of a new species, <I>Phycolepidozia indica</I>, 6, 2014
Gradstein, SR; Laenen, B; Frahm, J-P; Schwarz, U; Crandall-Stotler, BJ; Engel, JJ; Von Konrat, M; Stotler, RE; Shaw, B; Shaw, AJ, Taxon. 63 vol. (3); pp. 498-508

High morphological diversity in remote island populations of the peat moss Sphagnum palustre : glacial refugium, adaptive radiation or just plasticity?, 5, 2014
Stenøien, HK; Hassel, K; Segreto, R; Gabriel, R; Karlin, EF; Shaw, AJ; Flatberg, KI, Bryologist. 117 vol. (2); pp. 95-109

Invisible in plain sight: recurrent double allopolyploidy in the African Sphagnum × planifolium (Sphagnaceae), 5, 2014
Karlin, EF; Temsch, EM; Bizuru, E; Marino, J; Boles, SB; Devos, N; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 117 vol. (2); pp. 187-201

Horizontal transfer of an adaptive chimeric photoreceptor from bryophytes to ferns., 5, 2014
Li, F-W; Villarreal, JC; Kelly, S; Rothfels, CJ; Melkonian, M; Frangedakis, E; Ruhsam, M; Sigel, EM; Der, JP; Pittermann, J; Burge, DO; Pokorny, L; Larsson, A; Chen, T; Weststrand, S; Thomas, P; Carpenter, E; Zhang, Y; Tian, Z; Chen, L; Yan, Z; Zhu, Y; Sun, X; Wang, J; Wang, J; Stevenson, DW; Crandall-Stotler, BJ; Shaw, AJ; Deyholos, MK; Soltis, DE; Graham, SW; Windham, MD; Langdale, JA; Wong, GK-S; Mathews, S; Pryer, KM, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA. 111 vol. (18); pp. 6672-6677

Efficient purging of deleterious mutations in plants with haploid selfing., 5, 2014
Szövényi, P; Devos, N; Weston, DJ; Yang, X; Hock, Z; Shaw, JA; Shimizu, KK; McDaniel, SF; Wagner, A, Genome Biology and Evolution. 6 vol. (5); pp. 1238-1252

Phylotranscriptomic analysis of the origin and early diversification of land plants., 11, 2014
Wickett, NJ; Mirarab, S; Nguyen, N; Warnow, T; Carpenter, E; Matasci, N; Ayyampalayam, S; Barker, MS; Burleigh, JG; Gitzendanner, MA; Ruhfel, BR; Wafula, E; Der, JP; Graham, SW; Mathews, S; Melkonian, M; Soltis, DE; Soltis, PS; Miles, NW; Rothfels, CJ; Pokorny, L; Shaw, AJ; DeGironimo, L; Stevenson, DW; Surek, B; Villarreal, JC; Roure, B; Philippe, H; dePamphilis, CW; Chen, T; Deyholos, MK; Baucom, RS; Kutchan, TM; Augustin, MM; Wang, J; Wang, J; Zhang, Y; Tian, Z; Yan, Z; Wu, X; Sun, X et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA. 111 vol. (45); pp. E4859-E4868

Population structure in the tropical peatmoss, Sphagnum tumidulum Besch. (Sphagnaceae), 10, 2014
Liu, Y; Ah-Peng, C; Wilding, N; Bardat, J; Devos, N; Carter, B; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 117 vol. (4); pp. 329-335

Data access for the 1,000 Plants (1KP) project., 1, 2014
Matasci, N; Hung, L-H; Yan, Z; Carpenter, EJ; Wickett, NJ; Mirarab, S; Nguyen, N; Warnow, T; Ayyampalayam, S; Barker, M; Burleigh, JG; Gitzendanner, MA; Wafula, E; Der, JP; dePamphilis, CW; Roure, B; Philippe, H; Ruhfel, BR; Miles, NW; Graham, SW; Mathews, S; Surek, B; Melkonian, M; Soltis, DE; Soltis, PS; Rothfels, C; Pokorny, L; Shaw, JA; DeGironimo, L; Stevenson, DW; Villarreal, JC; Chen, T; Kutchan, TM; Rolf, M; Baucom, RS; Deyholos, MK; Samudrala, R; Tian, Z; Wu, X; Sun, X; Zhang, Y et al., GigaScience. 3 pp. 17

Extant diversity of bryophytes emerged from successive post-Mesozoic diversification bursts., 1, 2014
Laenen, B; Shaw, B; Schneider, H; Goffinet, B; Paradis, E; Désamoré, A; Heinrichs, J; Villarreal, JC; Gradstein, SR; McDaniel, SF; Long, DG; Forrest, LL; Hollingsworth, ML; Crandall-Stotler, B; Davis, EC; Engel, J; Von Konrat, M; Cooper, ED; Patiño, J; Cox, CJ; Vanderpoorten, A; Shaw, AJ, Nature Communications. 5 pp. 5134

Intercontinental genetic structure in the amphi-Pacific peatmoss Sphagnum miyabeanum (Bryophyta: Sphagnaceae), 1, 2014
Shaw, AJ; Golinski, GK; Clark, EG; Shaw, B; Stenøien, HK; Flatberg, KI, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 111 vol. (1); pp. 17-37

Selection is no more efficient in haploid than in diploid life stages of an angiosperm and a moss., 8, 2013
Szövényi, P; Ricca, M; Hock, Z; Shaw, JA; Shimizu, KK; Wagner, A, Molecular Biology and Evolution. 30 vol. (8); pp. 1929-1939

Origins, genetic structure, and systematics of the narrow endemic peatmosses (Sphagnum): S. guwassanense and S. triseriporum (Sphagnaceae)., 6, 2013
Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Johnson, MG; Higuchi, M; Arikawa, T; Ueno, T; Devos, N, American journal of botany. 100 vol. (6); pp. 1202-1220

A Molecular Phylogeny of the Moss Genus <I>Taxithelium</I> (Pylaisiadelphaceae) Based on Plastid, Mitochondrial and Nuclear Markers, 12, 2013
Câmara, PEAS; Shaw, J, Systematic Botany. 38 vol. (4); pp. 861-868

Intercontinental genetic structure in the amphi-Pacific peatmoss Sphagnum miyabeanum (Bryophyta: Sphagnaceae), 0, 2013
Shaw, AJ; Golinski, GK; Clark, EG; Shaw, B; Stenøien, HK; Flatberg, KI, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.

The double allopolyploid Sphagnum × falcatulum (Sphagnaceae) in Tierra del Fuego, a Holantarctic perspective, 0, 2013
Karlin, EF; Buck, WR; Seppelt, RD; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, Journal of Bryology. 35 vol. (3); pp. 157-172

New national and regional bryophyte records, 32, 9, 2012
Ellis, LT; Alegro, A; Bansal, P; Nath, V; Cykowska, B; Bednarek-Ochyra, H; Ochyra, R; Dulin, MV; Erzberger, P; Garcia, C; Sergio, C; Claro, D; Stow, S; Hedderson, TA; Hodgetts, NG; Hugonnot, V; Kucera, J; Lara, F; Pertierra, L; Lebouvier, M; Liepina, L; Mezaka, A; Strazdina, L; Madzule, L; Reriha, I; Mazooji, A; Natcheva, R; Phephu, N; Philippov, DA; Plasek, V; Cihal, L; Pocs, T; Porley, RD; Sabovljevic, M; Salimpour, F; Motlagh, MB; Sharifnia, F; Darzikolaei, SA; Schaefer-Verwimp, A; Segota, V et al., Journal of Bryology. 34 vol. (3); pp. 231-246

Phylogenetic analyses of morphological evolution in the gametophyte and sporophyte generations of the moss order Hookeriales (Bryopsida)., 5, 2012
Pokorny, L; Ho, B-C; Frahm, J-P; Quandt, D; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 63 vol. (2); pp. 351-364

A phylogeny of the northern temperate leafy liverwort genus Scapania (Scapaniaceae, Jungermanniales), 3, 2012
Heinrichs, J; Bombosch, A; Feldberg, K; Kreier, H-P; Hentschel, J; Eckstein, J; Long, D; Zhu, R-L; Schaefer-Verwimp, A; Schmidt, AR; Shaw, B; Shaw, AJ; Vana, J, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 62 vol. (3); pp. 973-985

Molecular evolution and diversification of the moss family Daltoniaceae (Hookeriales, Bryophyta) with emphasis on the unravelling of the phylogeny of Distichophyllum and its allies, 0, 2012
Ho, B-C; Pokorny, L; Tan, BC; Frahm, J-P; Shaw, AJ; Quandt, D, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 170 vol. (2); pp. 157-175

A phylogenetic monograph of the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae) in eastern North America, 0, 2012
Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Ricca, M; Flatberg, KI, Bryologist. 115 vol. (1); pp. 128-152

Climacium (Climaciaceae): Species relationships and biogeographic implications, 0, 2012
Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Higuchi, M; Arikawa, T; Hirayama, Y; Devos, N, Bryologist. 115 vol. (1); pp. 23-30

Systematics of the Sphagnum fimbriatum complex: phylogenetic relationships, morphological variation, and allopolyploidy, 0, 2012
Shaw, AJ; Flatberg, KI; Szövényi, P; Ricca, M; Johnson, MG; Stenøien, HK; Shaw, B, Systematic Botany. 63 vol. (1); pp. 351-364

Genetic analysis of the peatmoss Sphagnum cribrosum (Sphagnaceae) indicates independent origins of an extreme infra-specific morphology shift, 0, 2012
Johnson, MG; Shaw, B; Zhou, P; Shaw, AJ, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 106 vol. (1); pp. 137-153

New national and regional bryophyte records, 32, 0, 2012
Ellis, LT; Alegro, A; Bansal, P; Nath, V; Cykowska, B; Bednarek-Ochyra, H; Ochyra, R; Dulin, MV; Erzberger, P; Garcia, C; Sérgio, C; Claro, D; Stow, S; Hedderson, TA; Hodgetts, NG; Hugonnot, V; Kucěra, J; Lara, F; Pertierra, L; Lebouvier, M; Liepina, L; Mežaka, A; Strazdiņa, L; Madžule, L; Reriha, I; Mazooji, A; Natcheva, R; Phephu, N; Philippov, DA; Plášek, V; Číhal, L; Pócs, T; Porley, RD; Sabovljević, M; Salimpour, F; Motlagh, MB; Sharifnia, F; Darzikolaei, SA; Schäfer-Verwimp, A; Šegota, V et al., Journal of Bryology. 34 vol. (3); pp. 231-246

Systematics of the Sphagnum fimbriatum complex: Phylogenetic relationships, morphological variation, and allopolyploidy, 0, 2012
Shaw, AJ; Flatberg, KI; Szövényi, P; Ricca, M; Johnson, MG; Stenøien, HK; Shaw, B, Systematic Botany. 37 vol. (1); pp. 15-30

Disentangling knots of rapid evolution: Origin and diversification of the moss order Hypnales, 0, 2012
Huttunen, S; Bell, N; Bobrova, VK; Buchbender, V; Buck, WR; Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B; Hedenäs, L; Ho, B-C; Ignatov, MS; Krug, M; Kuznetsova, O; Milyutina, IA; Newton, A; Olsson, S; Pokorny, L; Shaw, JA; Stech, M; Troitsky, A; Vanderpoorten, A; Quandt, D, Journal of Bryology. 34 vol. (3); pp. 187-211

Long-distance dispersal and genetic structure of natural populations: An assessment of the inverse isolation hypothesis in peat mosses, 0, 2012
Szövényi, P; Sundberg, S; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 21 vol. (22); pp. 5461-5472

High genetic diversity in a remote island population system: Sans sex, 0, 2012
Karlin, EF; Hotchkiss, SC; Boles, SB; Stenøien, HK; Hassel, K; Flatberg, KI; Shaw, AJ, New Phytologist. 193 vol. (4); pp. 1088-1097

FORMALIZING MORPHOLOGICALLY CRYPTIC BIOLOGICAL ENTITIES: NEW INSIGHTS FROM DNA TAXONOMY, HYBRIDIZATION, AND BIOGEOGRAPHY IN THE LEAFY LIVERWORT PORELLA PLATYPHYLLA (JUNGERMANNIOPSIDA, PORELLALES), 8, 2011
Heinrichs, J; Kreier, H-P; Feldberg, K; Schmidt, AR; Zhu, R-L; Shaw, B; Shaw, AJ; Wissemann, V, American journal of botany. 98 vol. (8); pp. 1252-1262

Interploidal hybridization and mating patterns in the Sphagnum subsecundum complex., 8, 2011
Ricca, M; Szövényi, P; Temsch, EM; Johnson, MG; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 20 vol. (15); pp. 3202-3218

A multi-locus molecular phylogeny of the Lepidoziaceae: Laying the foundations for a stable classification, 5, 2011
Cooper, ED; Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Henwood, MJ; Heslewood, MM; Brown, EA, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 59 vol. (2); pp. 489-509

Bryophyte diversity and evolution: windows into the early evolution of land plants., 3, 2011
Shaw, AJ; Szövényi, P; Shaw, B, American journal of botany. 98 vol. (3); pp. 352-369

Evolution of sexual systems, dispersal strategies and habitat selection in the liverwort genus Radula., 10, 2011
Devos, N; Renner, MAM; Gradstein, R; Shaw, AJ; Laenen, B; Vanderpoorten, A, New Phytologist. 192 vol. (1); pp. 225-236

Generation-biased gene expression in a bryophyte model system., 1, 2011
Szövényi, P; Rensing, SA; Lang, D; Wray, GA; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Biology and Evolution. 28 vol. (1); pp. 803-812

(1999) Proposal to conserve the name Cheilolejeunea against Omphalanthus (Lejeuneaceae), 0, 2011
Ye, W; Zhu, R-L; Shaw, AJ; Gradstein, SR, Taxon. 60 vol. (2); pp. 588-589

The peat moss sphagnum cuspidatum in Australia: Microsatellites provide a global perspective, 0, 2011
Karlin, EF; Boles, SB; Seppelt, RD; Terracciano, S; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 36 vol. (1); pp. 22-32

Molecular data challenge traditional subgeneric divisions in the leafy liverwort radula, 0, 2011
Devos, N; Renner, MAM; Gradstein, SR; Shaw, J; Vanderpoorten, A, Taxon. 60 vol. (6); pp. 1623-1632

North american origin and recent european establishments of the amphi-atlantic peat moss sphagnum angermanicum, 0, 2011
Stenøien, HK; Shaw, AJ; Shaw, B; Hassel, K; Gunnarsson, U, Evolution. 65 vol. (4); pp. 1181-1194

The status and phylogeography of the liverwort genus Apometzgeria Kuwah. (Metzgeriaceae), 0, 2011
Fuselier, LC; Shaw, B; Engel, JJ; Konrat, MV; Costa, DP; Devos, N; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 114 vol. (1); pp. 92-101

One haploid parent contributes 100% of the gene pool for a widespread species in northwest North America, 0, 2011
Karlin, EF; Andrus, RE; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 20 vol. (4); pp. 753-767

Oceanic islands are not sinks of biodiversity in spore-producing plants, 0, 2011
Hutsemékers, V; Szov̈eńyi, P; Shaw, AJ; Gonzaĺez-Mancebo, J-M; Munõz, J; Vanderpoorten, A, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA. 108 vol. (47); pp. 18989-18994

The narrow endemic Norwegian peat moss Sphagnum troendelagicum originated before the last glacial maximum, 0, 2011
Stenøien, HK; Shaw, AJ; Stengrundet, K; Flatberg, KI, Heredity. 106 vol. (2); pp. 370-382

Macaronesia: A source of hidden genetic diversity for post-glacial recolonization of western Europe in the leafy liverwort Radula lindenbergiana, 0, 2011
Laenen, B; Désamoré, A; Devos, N; Shaw, AJ; González-Mancebo, JM; Carine, MA; Vanderpoorten, A, Journal of Biogeography. 38 vol. (4); pp. 631-639

Bryophyte diversity and evolution: windows into the early evolution of land plants, 0, 2011
Shaw, AJ; Szövényi, P; Shaw, B, American Journal of Botany. 98 vol. (3); pp. 1-18

Phylogeographic patterns in two Southern Hemisphere species of calyptrochaeta (Daltoniaceae, Bryophyta), 0, 2011
Pokorny, L; Oliván, G; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 36 vol. (3); pp. 542-553

Newly resolved relationships in an early land plant lineage: Bryophyta class Sphagnopsida (peat mosses)., 9, 2010
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ; Buck, WR; Devos, N; Buchanan, AM; Cave, L; Seppelt, R; Shaw, B; Larraín, J; Andrus, R; Greilhuber, J; Temsch, EM, American journal of botany. 97 vol. (9); pp. 1511-1531

The application of molecular data to the phylogenetic delimitation of species in bryophytes: A note of caution, 9, 2010
Vanderpoorten, A; Shaw, AJ, Phytotaxa. 9 pp. 229-237

Moss diversity: A molecular phylogenetic analysis of genera, 9, 2010
Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B; Wickett, NJ; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, Phytotaxa. 9 pp. 175-195

Peatmoss (Sphagnum) diversification associated with Miocene Northern Hemisphere climatic cooling?, 6, 2010
Shaw, AJ; Devos, N; Cox, CJ; Boles, SB; Shaw, B; Buchanan, AM; Cave, L; Seppelt, R, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 55 vol. (3); pp. 1139-1145

Intercontinentally disjunct species are derived rather than relictual in the moss genus Daltonia (Bryophyta), 4, 2010
Yu, J; Devos, N; Majestyk, P; Shaw, AJ, Taxon. 59 vol. (2); pp. 459-465

Radula splendida sp nov (Radulaceae: Marchantiophyta), a polymorphic species from New Zealand, 2, 2010
Renner, MAM; Devos, N; Shaw, AJ, Nova Hedwigia. 90 vol. (1-2); pp. 105-122

Morphologically cryptic biological species within the liverwort Frullania asagrayana., 10, 2010
Ramaiya, M; Johnson, MG; Shaw, B; Heinrichs, J; Hentschel, J; von Konrat, M; Davison, PG; Shaw, AJ, American journal of botany. 97 vol. (10); pp. 1707-1718

The narrow endemic Norwegian peat moss Sphagnum troendelagicum originated before the last glacial maximum, 0, 2010
Stenøien, HK; Shaw, AJ; Stengrundet, K; Flatberg, KI, Heredity. 2010 pp. 1-13

Macroecological patterns of genetic structure and diversity in the aquatic moss Platyhypnidium riparioides, 0, 2010
Hutsemekers, V; Hardy, OJ; Mardulyn, P; Shaw, AJ; Vanderpoorten, A, New Phytologist. 185 vol. (3); pp. 852-864

One species or at least eight? Delimitation and distribution of Frullania tamarisci (L.) Dumort. s. l. (Jungermanniopsida, Porellales) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA markers, 0, 2010
Heinrichs, J; Hentschel, J; Bombosch, A; Fiebig, A; Reise, J; Edelmann, M; Kreier, H-P; Schäfer-Verwimp, A; Caspari, S; Schmidt, AR; Zhu, R-L; Konrat, MV; Shaw, B; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 56 vol. (3); pp. 1105-1114

Allopolyploidy in Sphagnum mendocinum and S. papillosum (Sphagnaceae), 0, 2010
Karlin, EF; Gardner, GP; Lukshis, K; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, Bryologis. 113 vol. (1); pp. 90-98

A phylogeny of Adelanthaceae (Jungermanniales, Marchantiophyta) based on nuclear and chloroplast DNA markers, with comments on classification, cryptic speciation and biogeography, 0, 2010
Feldberg, K; Váňa, J; Long, DG; Shaw, AJ; Hentschel, J; Heinrichs, J, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 55 vol. (1); pp. 293-304

Allopolyploidy and homoploid hybridization in the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae: Bryophyta), 0, 2010
Ricca, M; Shaw, AJ, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 99 vol. (1); pp. 135-151

Microsatellite analysis of Sphagnum centrale, S. henryense, and S. palustre (Sphagnaceae), 0, 2010
Karlin, EF; Giusti, MM; Lake, RA; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 113 vol. (1); pp. 90-98

Allopolyploidy in Sphagnum mendocinum and S. papillosum (Sphagnaceae), 0, 2010
Karlin, EF; Gardner, GP; Lukshis, K; Boles, S; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 113 vol. (1); pp. 114-119

Phylogeographic analyses reveal distinct lineages of Metzgeria furcata (L.) Dumort. and M. conjugata Lindb. (Metzgeriaceae) in Europe and North America, 0, 2010
Fuselier, L., P. G. Davison, M. Clements, B. Shaw, N. Devos, J. Heinrichs, J. Hentschel, M. Sabovljevic, P. Szövényi, S. Schuette, W. Hofbauer., & A. J. Shaw, Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society. 98 pp. 745-756

Erratum to Newly resolved relationships in an early land plant lineage: Bryophyta class Sphagnopsida (peat mosses)(American Journal of Botany, (2010), 97, 9, (1511-1531)), 0, 2010
Shaw, AJ, American journal of botany. 97 vol. (10); pp. 105-

Narrow species concepts in the Frullania dilatata-appalachiana-eboracensis complex (Porellales, Jungermanniopsida): Evidence from nuclear and chloroplast DNA markers, 0, 2010
Bombosch, A; Wieneke, A; Busch, A; Jonas, R; Hentschel, J; Kreier, H-P; Shaw, B; Shaw, AJ; Heinrichs, J, Plant Systematics and Evolution. 290 vol. (1); pp. 151-158

Generation-biased gene expression in a bryophyte model system: implications for the evolution of the embryophyte sporophyte, 0, 2010
Szövényi, P; Rensing, SA; Lang, D; Wray, GA; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Biology and Evolution. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msq254

Phylogeny of the leafy liverwort Ptilidium: Cryptic speciation and shared haplotypes between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, 0, 2010
Kreier, H-P; Feldberg, K; Mahr, F; Bombosch, A; Schmidt, AR; Zhu, R-L; Konrat, MV; Shaw, B; Shaw, AJ; Heinrichs, J, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 57 vol. (3); pp. 1260-1267

Molecular insights into the phylogeny and subgeneric classification of Frullania Raddi (Frullaniaceae, Porellales), 7, 2009
Hentschel, J; von Konrat, MJ; Pocs, T; Schaefer-Verwimp, A; Shaw, AJ; Schneide, H; Heinrichs, J, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 52 vol. (1); pp. 142-156

Multiple paternity and sporophytic inbreeding depression in a dioicous moss species., 11, 2009
Szövényi, P; Ricca, M; Shaw, AJ, Heredity. 103 vol. (5); pp. 394-403

Spatial pattern of nucleotide polymorphism indicates molecular adaptation in the bryophyte Sphagnum fimbriatum., 10, 2009
Szövényi, P; Hock, Z; Korpelainen, H; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 53 vol. (1); pp. 277-286

A genetic analysis of two recently described peat moss species, sphagnum atlanticum and s. bergianum (sphagnaceae), 0, 2009
Shaw, B; Terracciano, S; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 34 vol. (1); pp. 6-12

Pseudoditrichaceae, 0, 2009
J. Shaw,

Mielichhoferiaceae, 0, 2009
J. Shaw,

Pohlia flexuosa (Mielichhoferiaceae) in North America, 0, 2009
Shaw, AJ; Toren, D, Bryologist. 112 vol. (1); pp. 178-183

Mielichhoferia shevockii, comb. Nov. (mielichhoferiaceae), 0, 2009
Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 112 vol. (3); pp. 605-

Phylogeographic analyses reveal distinct lineages of the liverworts Metzgeria furcata (L.) Dumort. and Metzgeria conjugata Lindb. (Metzgeriaceae) in Europe and North America, 0, 2009
Fuselier, L; Davison, PG; Clements, M; Shaw, B; Devos, N; Heinrichs, J; Hentschel, J; Sabovljevic, M; Szövényi, P; Schuette, S; Hofbauer, W; Shaw, AJ, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 98 vol. (4); pp. 745-756

Sphagnum recurvum P.Beauv. On Terceira, Azores, new to Macaronesia-Europe, 0, 2009
Dias, E; Mendes, C; Shaw, J, Journal of Bryology. 31 vol. (3); pp. 199-201

Three-genome mosses: Complex double allopolyploid origins for triploid gametophytes in Sphagnum, 0, 2009
Karlin, EF; Boles, SB; Ricca, M; Temsch, EM; Greilhuber, J; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 18 vol. (7); pp. 1439-1454

A genetic analysis of two recently described peat moss species, Sphagnum atlanticum and S. bergianum (Sphagnaceae)., 0, 2009
Shaw, ; B, ; Terracciano, S; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 34 vol. (1); pp. 1-9

Identification and characterization of nuclear microsatellite loci in the aquatic moss Platyhypnidium riparioides (Brachytheciaceae)., 9, 2008
Hutsemékers, V; Risterucci, AM; Ricca, M; Boles, S; Hardy, OJ; Shaw, AJ; Vanderpoorten, A, Molecular Ecology Resources. 8 vol. (5); pp. 1130-1132

Biogeographic and phylogenetic patterns in diversity of liverwort-associated endophytes., 8, 2008
Davis, EC; Shaw, AJ, American journal of botany. 95 vol. (8); pp. 914-924

The genetic basis of developmental abnormalities in interpopulation hybrids of the moss Ceratodon purpureus., 7, 2008
McDaniel, SF; Willis, JH; Shaw, AJ, Genetics. 179 vol. (3); pp. 1425-1435

A phylogenetic delimitation of the "Sphagnum subsecundum complex" (Sphagnaceae, Bryophyta)., 6, 2008
Shaw, AJ; Boles, S; Shaw, B, American journal of botany. 95 vol. (6); pp. 731-744

Recent divergence, intercontinental dispersal and shared polymorphism are shaping the genetic structure of amphi-Atlantic peatmoss populations., 12, 2008
Szövényi, P; Terracciano, S; Ricca, M; Giordano, S; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 17 vol. (24); pp. 5364-5377

Genetic structure and genealogy in the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae: Bryophyta)., 10, 2008
Shaw, AJ; Pokorny, L; Shaw, B; Ricca, M; Boles, S; Szövényi, P, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 49 vol. (1); pp. 304-317

Bryophyte species and speciation, 1, 2008
Shaw, AJ, pp. 445-486

Morphology, anatomy, and classification of the bryophyta, 1, 2008
Goffinet, B; Buck, WR; Shaw, AJ, pp. 55-138

Identification, distribution and family placement of the pleurocarpous moss Bestia longipes, 0, 2008
Shevock, JR; Norris, DH; Shaw, AJ, Madronõ. 56 pp. 1-9

Identification and characterization of nuclear microsatellite loci in the aquatic moss Platyhypnidium riparioides (Brachytheciaceae), 0, 2008
Hutsenmékers, ; Risterucci, VAM; Ricca, M; Boles, S; Hardy, OJ; Shaw, AJ; Vanderpoorten, A, Molecular Ecology Resources. 8 vol. (5); pp. 1120-1132

Cytotype variation and allopolyploidy in North American species of the, 0, 2008
Ricca, M; Beecher, FW; Boles, SB; Temsch, E; Greilhuber, J; Karlin, EF; Shaw, AJ, American Journal of Botany. 95 vol. (12); pp. 1-16

Cytotype variation and allopolyploidy in North American species of the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae), 0, 2008
Ricca, M; Beecher, FW; Boles, SB; Temsch, E; Greilhuber, J; Karlin, EF; Shaw, AJ, American journal of botany. 95 vol. (12); pp. 1606-1620

Sphagnum beringiense sp. nov. (Bryophyta) from Arctic Alaska, based on morphological and molecular data, 0, 2008
Shaw, AJ; Andrus, RE; Shaw, B, Systematic Botany. 33 vol. (3); pp. 469-477

Phylogeny, character evolution, and biogeography of the gondwanic moss family Hypopterygiaceae (Bryophyta), 0, 2008
Shaw, AJ; Holz, I; Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B, Systematic Botany. 33 vol. (1); pp. 21-30

Genetic variation in three Chinese peat mosses (Sphagnum) based on microsatellite markers, with primer information and analysis of ascertainment bias, 0, 2008
Shaw, AJ; Cao, T; Wang, L-S; Flatberg, KI; Flatberg, B; Shaw, B; Zhou, P; Boles, S; Terracciano, S, Bryologist. 111 vol. (2); pp. 271-281

A phylogenetic delineation of the “Sphagnum subsecundum complex” (Bryophyta), 0, 2008
Shaw, AJ; Boles, SB; Shaw, B, American Journal of Botany. 95 vol. (731-744);

Resolving boundaries between species in Sphagnum section Subsecunda using microsatellite markers, 0, 2008
Karlin, EF; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, Taxon. 57 vol. (4); pp. 1189-1200

Systematics of Sphagnum section Sphagnum in New Zealand: A microsatellite-based analysis, 0, 2008
Karlin, EF; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, New Zealand journal of botany. 46 vol. (2); pp. 105-118

The barriers to oceanic island radiation in bryophytes: Insights from the phylogeography of the moss Grimmia montana, 0, 2008
Vanderpoorten, A; Devos, N; Goffinet, B; Hardy, OJ; Shaw, AJ, Journal of Biogeography. 35 vol. (4); pp. 654-663

A linkage map reveals a complex basis for segregation distortion in an interpopulation cross in the moss Ceratodon purpureus., 8, 2007
McDaniel, SF; Willis, JH; Shaw, AJ, Genetics. 176 vol. (4); pp. 2489-2500

Local-scale genetic structure in the peatmoss Sphagnum fuscum, 0, 2007
Gunnarsson, U; Shaw, AJ; Lönn, M, Molecular Ecology. 16 vol. (2); pp. 305-312

Local-scale genetic structure in the peatmoss, Sphagnum fuscum., 0, 2007
Gunnarsson, U., M. Lönn, & A. J. Shaw, Molecular Ecology. 16 pp. 305-312

A molecular phylogenetic approach to the evolution of bryophytes, 0, 2007
Shaw, J, Bryologist. 110 vol. (2); pp. 178-

Systematics and population genetics of Sphagnum macrophyllum and S. cribrosum (Sphagnaceae), 0, 2007
Zhou, P; Menzel, F; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 32 vol. (3); pp. 493-503

Bryophyte phylogeny: Advancing the molecular and morphological frontiers, 0, 2007
Renzaglia, KS; Schuette, S; Duff, RJ; Ligrone, R; Shaw, AJ; Mishler, BD; Duckett, JG, Bryologist. 110 vol. (2); pp. 179-213

Distribution and phylogenetic significance of the 71-kb inversion in the plastid genome in Funariidae (Bryophyta), 0, 2007
Goffinet, B; Wickett, NJ; Werner, O; Ros, RM; Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ, Annals of Botany (Elsevier). 99 vol. (4); pp. 747-753

Experimental habitat fragmentation increases linkage disequilibrium but does not affect genetic diversity or population structure in the Amazonian liverwort Radula flaccida., 8, 2006
Zartman, CE; McDaniel, SF; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 15 vol. (9); pp. 2305-2315

Metapopulation extinction thresholds in rain forest remnants., 2, 2006
Zartman, CE; Shaw, AJ, American Naturalist. 167 vol. (2); pp. 177-189

A revision of the moss genus Pohlia Hedw. (Mniaceae) in Australia, 0, 2006
Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 31 vol. (2); pp. 247-257

Selective sweeps and intercontinental migration in the cosmopolitan moss Ceratodon purpureus (Hedw.) Brid., 4, 2005
McDaniel, SF; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 14 vol. (4); pp. 1121-1132

Variation in "biodiversity value" of peatmoss species in Sphagnum section Acutifolia (Sphagnaceae)., 11, 2005
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ, American journal of botany. 92 vol. (11); pp. 1774-1783

Phylogeny, species delimitation, and recombination in Sphagnum section Acutifolia, 0, 2005
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ; Boles, SB, Systematic Botany. 30 vol. (1); pp. 16-33

Phenotypic plasticity in Philonotis fontana (Bryopsida: Bartramiaceae), 0, 2005
Buryová, B; Shaw, AJ, Journal of Bryology. 27 vol. (1); pp. 13-22

Divergent and reticulate evolution in closely related species of Sphagnum section Subsecunda, 0, 2005
Shaw, AJ; Melosik, I; Cox, CJ; Boles, SB, Bryologist. 108 vol. (3); pp. 363-376

Molecular phylogenetic study of interspecific variation in the moss Isothecium (Brachytheciaceae), 0, 2005
Ryall, K; Whitton, J; Schofield, W; Ellis, S; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 30 vol. (2); pp. 242-247

Pohlia robertsonii and P. rabunbaldensis (Bryopsida, Mniaceae), two new species from the western and eastern United States, 0, 2005
Shevock, JR; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 108 vol. (2); pp. 177-182

Phylogenetic significance of the rpoA loss in the chloroplast genome of mosses, 0, 2005
Goffinet, B; Wickett, NJ; Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ, Taxon. 54 vol. (2); pp. 353-360

Global patterns of moss diversity: Taxonomic and molecular inferences, 0, 2005
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B, Taxon. 54 vol. (2); pp. 337-352

Phylogeny, species delimitation, and interspecific hybridization in Sphagnum section Acutifolia., 0, 2005
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ; Boles, SB, Syst. Bot. 30 vol. (1); pp. 16-33

Evolution of multiple paralogous adenosine kinase genes in the moss genus Hygroamblystegium: phylogenetic implications., 5, 2004
Vanderpoorten, A; Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 31 vol. (2); pp. 505-516

Diversification of peatmosses: a phylogenetic approach, 2004
Shaw, A. J., C. J. Cox, & I. Melosik, (2004)

Pohlia bolanderi from Sierra Nevada, Spain, new to the European bryophyte flora, 0, 2004
Rams, S; Ros, RM; Werner, O; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 107 vol. (3); pp. 312-315

Ordinal relationships of pleurocarpous mosses, with special emphasis on the Hookeriales, 2004
Buck, WR; Cox, CJ; Shaw, AJ; Goffinet, B, Systematics and Biodiversity. (2004) 2 pp. 121-145

Phylogeny and diversification of bryophytes, 2004
Shaw, J; Renzaglia, K, American journal of botany. (2004) 91 vol. (10); pp. 1557-1581

Phylogenetic relationships among the mosses based on heterogeneous Bayesian analysis of multiple genes from multiple genomic compartments, 2004
Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B; Shaw, AJ; Boles, SB, Systematic Botany. (2004) 29 vol. (2); pp. 234-250

Phylogenetic inferences in the dung-moss family splachnaceae from analyses of CPDNA sequence data and implications for the evolution of entomophily, 2004
Goffinet, B; Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ, American journal of botany. (2004) 91 vol. (5); pp. 748-759

Phylogenetic relationships among Sphagnum sections: Hemitheca, Isocladus, and Subsecunda, 2004
Shaw, J; Cox, CJ; Boles, SB, Bryologist. (2004) 107 vol. (2); pp. 189-196

Intercontinental Mediterranean disjunct mosses: morphological and molecular patterns., 4, 2003
Shaw, AJ; Werner, O; Ros, RM, American journal of botany. 90 vol. (4); pp. 540-550

Phylogeographic structure and cryptic speciation in the trans-Antarctic moss Pyrrhobryum mnioides., 2, 2003
McDaniel, SF; Shaw, AJ, Evolution. 57 vol. (2); pp. 205-215

Polarity of peatmoss (Sphagnum) evolution: who says bryophytes have no roots?, 12, 2003
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ; Boles, SB, American journal of botany. 90 vol. (12); pp. 1777-1787

Endophytic Xylaria (Xylariaceae) among liverworts and angiosperms: phylogenetics, distribution, and symbiosis., 11, 2003
Davis, EC; Franklin, JB; Shaw, AJ; Vilgalys, R, American journal of botany. 90 vol. (11); pp. 1661-1667

Global patterns in peatmoss biodiversity., 10, 2003
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ; Boles, SB, Molecular Ecology. 12 vol. (10); pp. 2553-2570

Phylogenetic evidence of a rapid radiation of pleurocarpous mosses (Bryophyta)., 10, 2003
Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B; Buck, WR; Boles, SB, Evolution. 57 vol. (10); pp. 2226-2241

Molecular data confirm the presence of Anacolia menziesii (Bartramiaceae, Musci) in Southern Europe and its separation from Anacolia webbii, 0, 2003
Werner, O; Ros, RM; Guerra, J; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 28 vol. (3); pp. 483-489

Patterns of Molecular and Morphological Variation in Leucobryum albidum, L. glaucum, and L. juniperoideum (Bryopsida), 0, 2003
Vanderpoorten, A; Boles, S; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 28 vol. (4); pp. 651-656

A taxonomic reassessment of the Vittiaceae (Hypnales, Bryopsida): Evidence from phylogenetic analyses of combined chloroplast and nuclear sequence data, 0, 2003
Vanderpoorten, A; Goffinet, B; Hedenäs, L; Cox, CJ; Shaw, AJ, Plant Systematics and Evolution. 241 vol. (1-2); pp. 1-12

Phylogeny and morphological evolution of the amblystegiaceae (Bryopsida)., 4, 2002
Vanderpoorten, A; Hedenäs, L; Cox, CJ; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 23 vol. (1); pp. 1-21

Erratum: Circumscription, classification, and taxonomy of the Amblystegiaceae (Bryopsida) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence data and morphology (Taxon (2002) 51:1 (115-122)), 0, 2002
Vanderpoorten, A; Hedenäs, L; Cox, CJ; Shaw, AJ, Taxon. 51 vol. (3); pp. 633-

A new species of Leskeodon (Daltoniaceae) from Ecuador, 0, 2002
Buck, WR; Shaw, AJ; Cox, CJ, Brittonia. 54 vol. (3); pp. 178-180

The circumscription of the Dicranaceae (Bryopsida) based on the chloroplast regions trnL - trnF and rps4, 0, 2002
Farge, CL; Shaw, AJ; Vitt, DH, Systematic Botany. 27 vol. (3); pp. 435-452

Invited essay: New frontiers in bryology and lichenology. Phylogeography and phylodemography, 0, 2002
Shaw, AJ; McDaniel, SF; Werner, O; Ros, RM, Bryologist. 105 vol. (3); pp. 373-383

Independent origins of cleistocarpy in the splachnaceae: Analyses of cpDNA sequences and polyphyly of the Voitioideae (Bryophyta), 0, 2002
Goffinet, B; Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 27 vol. (2); pp. 203-208

Circumscription, classification, and taxonomy of Amblystegiaceae (Bryopsida) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence data and morphology, 0, 2002
Vanderpoorten, A; Hedenäs, L; Cox, CJ; Shaw, AJ, Taxon. 51 vol. (1); pp. 115-122

Biogeographic patterns and cryptic speciation in bryophytes, 2, 2001
Shaw, AJ, Journal of Biogeography. 28 vol. (2); pp. 253-261

The bryophyta (mosses): Systematic and evolutionary inferences from an rps4 gene (cpDNA) phylogeny, 0, 2001
Goffinet, B; Cox, CJ; Shaw, AJ; Hedderson, TAJ, Annals of Botany (Elsevier). 87 vol. (2); pp. 191-208

Antagonistic pleiotropy and the evolution of alternate generations, 0, 2001
Shaw, AJ, New Phytologist. 152 vol. (3); pp. 365-368

Testing controversial alignments in Amblystegium and related genera (Amblystegiaceae: Bryopsida). Evidence from rDNA ITS sequences, 0, 2001
Vanderpoorten, A; Shaw, AJ; Goffinet, B, Systematic Botany. 26 vol. (3); pp. 470-479

Pylogeny of bryophytes: inferenes from chloroplast-encoded rps4 nucleotide sequences, 0, 2001
Goffinet, B; Cox, CJ; Shaw, AJ; Hedderson, TA, Annals of Botany. 87 vol. (2); pp. 191-208

Phylogenetic relationships, morphological incongruence, and geographic speciation in the fontinalaceae (Bryophyta)., 8, 2000
Shaw, AJ; Allen, B, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 16 vol. (2); pp. 225-237

Molecular phylogeography and cryptic speciation in the mosses, Mielichhoferia elongata and M. mielichhoferiana (Bryaceae)., 5, 2000
Shaw, AJ, Molecular Ecology. 9 vol. (5); pp. 595-608

Schizymenium shevockii (Bryaceae), a new species of moss from California, based on morphological and molecular evidence, 0, 2000
Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 25 vol. (2); pp. 188-196

Ordinal phylogeny within the hypnobryalean pleurocarpous mosses inferred from cladistic analyses of three chloroplast DNA sequence data sets: trnL-F, rps4, and rbcL, 0, 2000
Luna, ED; Buck, WR; Akiyama, H; Arikawa, T; Tsubota, H; González, D; Newton, AE; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 103 vol. (2); pp. 242-256

Paedomorphic sporophyte development in Bruchia flexuosa (Bruchiaceae), 0, 2000
Shaw, AJ; Anderson, LE; Mishler, BD, Bryologist. 103 vol. (1); pp. 147-155

Circadian rhythms in Neurospora: A new measurement, the reset zone, 0, 2000
Shaw, J; Brody, S, Journal of Biological Rhythms. 15 vol. (3); pp. 225-240

Molecular evidence of reticulate evolution in the peatmosses (Sphagnum), including S. ehyalinum sp. nov., 0, 2000
Shaw, AJ; Goffinet, B, Bryologist. 103 vol. (2); pp. 357-374

Phylogeny of the Sphagnopsida based on nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences, 0, 2000
Shaw, J, Bryologist. 103 vol. (2); pp. 277-306

Schizymenuim shevockii, a new species based on morphological and molecular evidence, 0, 2000
Shaw, J, Syst. Bot.. 25 vol. (2); pp. 188-196

Testing morphological concepts of orders of pleurocarpous mosses (Bryophyta) using phylogenetic reconstructions based on TRNL-TRNF and RPS4 sequences, 0, 2000
Buck, WR; Goffinet, B; Shaw, AJ, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 16 vol. (2); pp. 180-198

Phylogenetic relationships among the diplolepideous-alternate mosses (Bryidae) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences, 0, 2000
Cox, CJ; Goffinet, B; Newton, AE; Shaw, AJ; Hedderson, TAJ, Bryologist. 103 vol. (2); pp. 224-241

Phylogenetic patterns within the hypnobryalian pleurocarpous mosses inferred from cladistic analyses of three sequence data sets: trnL-trnF, rps4, and rbcL, 0, 2000
De Luna, E; Buck, WR; Akiyama, H; Arikawa, T; Tsubota, H; Gonzalez, D; Newton, AE; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 103 vol. (2); pp. 242-256

Phylogenetic relationships within the haplolepideous mosses, 0, 2000
Farge, CL; Mishler, BD; Wheeler, JA; Wall, DP; Johannes, K; Schaffer, S; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 103 vol. (2); pp. 257-276

Novel relationships in pleurocarpous mosses as revealed by cpDNA sequences, 0, 2000
Buck, WR; Goffinet, B; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 103 vol. (4); pp. 774-789

Phylogeny of the sphagnopsida based on chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences, 0, 2000
Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 103 vol. (2); pp. 277-306

Life history variation in gametophyte populations of the moss Ceratodon purpureus (Ditrichaceae), 0, 1999
Shaw, J; Beer, SC, American journal of botany. 86 vol. (4); pp. 512-521

Unusual lichens under electricity pylons on zinc-enriched soil, 0, 1999
Buck, WR; Harris, RC; Shaw, AJ; Piercey-Normore, MD; Tabaee, A; Antonovics, J; Crone, EE, Bryologist. 102 vol. (1); pp. 130-132

Genetic structure in relation to reproductive biology of 11 species of Pohlia Hedw. (Bryaceae), 0, 1999
Shaw, AJ, Systematic Botany. 24 vol. (1); pp. 85-94

Peristome development in mosses in relation to systematics and evolution. V. Diplolepideae: Orthotrichaceae, 0, 1999
Goffinet, B; Shaw, J; Anderson, LE; Mishler, BD, Bryologist. 102 vol. (4); pp. 581-594

New species of Bryaceae (Mielichhoferia, Brachymenium) from Costa Rica and Reunion, 0, 1998
Shaw, AJ; Allen, B; Buck, WR, Bryologist. 101 vol. (4); pp. 600-604

Nuclear ribosomal DNA variation in Leucobryum glaucum and L. albidum (Leucobryaceae): A preliminary investigation, 0, 1998
Patterson, E; Boles, SB; Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 101 vol. (2); pp. 272-277

The occurrence and significance of epistatic variance for quantitative characters and its measurement in haploids, 0, 1997
Shaw, AJ; Weir, BS; Shaw, FH, Evolution. 51 vol. (2); pp. 348-353

Ecological and experimental studies on the "copper mosses': Mielichhoferia elongata (Bryaceae) and Scopelophila cataractae (Pottiaceae), 0, 1995
Shaw, AJ; Owens, H, Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica. 40 vol. (1); pp. 519-531

Genetic biogeography of the rate "copper moss", Scopelophila cataractae (Pottiaceae), 0, 1995
Shaw, AJ, Plant Systematics and Evolution. 197 vol. (1-4); pp. 43-58

Clonal diversity in Sphagnum rubellum Wils., 0, 1995
Shaw, AJ; Srodon, M, Bryologist. 98 vol. (2); pp. 261-264

Genetic biogeography of the rare copper moss,″ Mielichhoferia elongata (Bryaceae), 0, 1995
Shaw, AJ; Schneider, RE, American Journal of Botany. 82 vol. (1); pp. 8-17

Exposure of red spruce seedlings to acid mist: Importance of droplet composition just prior to drying periods, 0, 1995
Heller, LI; Shaw, AJ; Jacobson, JS, New Phytologist. 129 vol. (1); pp. 55-61

Adaptation to metals in widespread and endemic plants, 0, 1994
Shaw, AJ, Environmental Health Perspectives. 102 vol. (SUPPL. 12); pp. 105-108

Systematics of Mielichhoferia (Bryaceae: Musci). III.Hybridization between M.elongata and M.mielichhoferiana, 0, 1994
Shaw, AJ, American Journal of Botany. 81 vol. (6); pp. 782-790

Brachymenium deceptivum sp. nov. (Bryaceae) from Ethiopia, 0, 1994
Shaw, AJ; Buck, WR, Brittonia. 46 vol. (2); pp. 95-98

Systematics of tree mosses (Climacium: Musci): Genetic and morphological evidence, 0, 1994
Shaw, AJ; Gutkin, MS; Bernstein, BR, Systematic Botany. 19 vol. (2); pp. 263-272

Systematics of Mielichhoferia (Bryaceae: Musci). II.Morphological variation among disjunct populations of M.elongata and M.mielichhoferiana, 0, 1994
Shaw, AJ, Bryologist. 97 vol. (1); pp. 47-55

Systematics of Mielichhoferia (Bryaceae: Musci) I.Morphological and genetic analyses of M.elongata and M.mielichhoferiana, 0, 1994
Shaw, AJ; Rooks, PE, Bryologist. 97 vol. (1); pp. 1-12

Adaptation to metal-contaminated soils in populations of the moss, Ceratodon purpureus: Vegetative growth and reproductive expression, 0, 1994
Jules, ES; Shaw, AJ, American Journal of Botany. 81 vol. (6); pp. 791-797

Population biology of the rare copper moss, Scopelophila cataractae, 0, 1993
Shaw, AJ, American Journal of Botany. 80 vol. (9); pp. 1034-1041

Control of sex ratios in haploid populations of the moss, Ceratodon purpureus, 0, 1993
Shaw, AJ; Gaughan, JF, American Journal of Botany. 80 vol. (5); pp. 584-591

The evolutionary capacity of bryophytes and lichens, 0, 1992
Shaw, AJ, Bryophytes and lichens in a changing environment. pp. 362-380

The genetic structure of sporophytic and gametophytic populations of the moss, Funaria hygrometrica Hedw., 0, 1991
Shaw, AJ, Evolution. 45 vol. (5); pp. 1260-1274

Effects of metals on growth, morphology, and reproduction of Ceratodon purpureus, 0, 1991
Shaw, J; Jules, ES; Beer, SC, Bryologist. 94 vol. (3); pp. 270-277

Ecological genetics of serpentine tolerance in the moss, Funaria flavicans: variation within and among haploid sib families, 0, 1991
Shaw, AJ, American Journal of Botany. 78 vol. (11); pp. 1487-1493

Metal tolerances and cotolerances in the moss Funaria hygrometrica, 0, 1990
Shaw, AJ, Canadian Journal of Botany. 68 vol. (10); pp. 2275-2282

Genetic variation for tolerance to copper and zinc within and among populations of the moss, Funaria hygrometrica Hedw., 0, 1988
Shaw, J, New Phytologist. 109 vol. (2); pp. 211-222

Evolution of heavy metal tolerance in bryophytes II. An ecological and experimental investigation of the "copper moss', Scopelophila cataractae (Pottiaceae), 0, 1987
Shaw, J, American Journal of Botany. 74 vol. (6); pp. 813-821

Effect of environmental pretreatment on tolerance to copper and zinc in the moss Funaria hygrometrica, 0, 1987
Shaw, J, AM. J. BOT.. 74 vol. (10); pp. 1466-1475

Inter- and intraspecific variation of mosses in tolerance to copper and zinc, 0, 1987
Shaw, J; Antonovics, J; Anderson, LE, Evolution. 41 vol. (6); pp. 1312-1325

The relevance of ecology to species concepts in bryophytes., 0, 1985
Shaw, J, Bryologist. 88 vol. (3); pp. 199-206

Character analysis, phylogeny, and classification of the moss genus Pohlia., 0, 1984
Shaw, J, Canadian Journal of Botany. 62 vol. (2); pp. 219-229

Book Chapters:

Bryophyte Biology in , 2009
Goffinet, B., & A. J. Shaw

Peatmosses (Sphagnum) of the southeastern United States. in , 0, 2009
Anderson, L. E., A. J. Shaw, and B. Shaw

Bryophyte biology, second edition in , 1, 2008
Goffinet, B; Shaw, AJ

Awards

  • 2010 Richard Spruce Award, International Association of Bryologiists

  • 2000 William Starling Sullivant Award, American Bryological and Lichenological Society