Kathleen M. Pryer
Professor in the Department of Biology
Ph.D., Duke University 1995
M.S., University of Guelph (Canada) 1981
B.S., McGill University (Canada) 1976
Lupia, R, Schneider, H, Moeser, GM, Pryer, KM, and Crane, PR. "Marsileaceae sporocarps and spores from the late cretaceous of Georgia, U.S.A." International Journal of Plant Sciences 161, no. 6 (2000): 975-988. Full Text
Pryer, KM. "Phylogeny of Marsileaceous Ferns and Relationships of the Fossil Hydropteris pinnata Reconsidered." Int J Plant Sci 160, no. 5 (September 1999): 931-954.
Turner, S, Pryer, KM, Miao, VP, and Palmer, JD. "Investigating deep phylogenetic relationships among cyanobacteria and plastids by small subunit rRNA sequence analysis." J Eukaryot Microbiol 46, no. 4 (July 1999): 327-338.
Wolf, PG, Sipes, SD, White, MR, Martines, ML, Pryer, KM, Smith, AR, and Ueda, K. "Phylogenetic relationships of the enigmatic fern families Hymenophyllopsidaceae and Lophosoriaceae: Evidence from rbcL nucleotide sequences." Plant Systematics and Evolution 219, no. 3-4 (1999): 263-270.
Pryer, KM, Smith, AR, and Skog, JE. "Phylogenetic relationships of extant ferns based on evidence from morphology and rbcL sequences." AMERICAN FERN JOURNAL 85, no. 4 (1995): 205-282. Full Text
Hasebe, M, Wolf, PG, Pryer, KM, Ueda, K, Ito, M, Sano, R, Gastony, GJ, Yokoyama, J, Manhart, JR, Murakami, N, Crane, EH, Haufler, CH, and Hauk, WD. "Fern phylogeny based on rbcL nucleotide sequences." AMERICAN FERN JOURNAL 85, no. 4 (1995): 134-181. Full Text
PRYER, KM, and HAUFLER, CH. "ISOZYMIC AND CHROMOSOMAL EVIDENCE FOR THE ALLOTETRAPLOID ORIGIN OF GYMNOCARPIUM-DRYOPTERIS (DRYOPTERIDACEAE)." SYSTEMATIC BOTANY 18, no. 1 (1993): 150-172. Full Text
PRYER, KM. "THE STATUS OF GYMNOCARPIUM-HETEROSPORUM AND G-ROBERTIANUM IN PENNSYLVANIA." AMERICAN FERN JOURNAL 82, no. 1 (1992): 34-39. Full Text
Pryer, K. "The limestone oak fern: new to Manitoba." The Blue Jay 48, no. 4 (1990): 192-195. (Academic Article)
Pryer, KM, and Phillippe, LR. "A synopsis of the genus Sanicula (Apiaceae) in eastern Canada." Canadian Journal of Botany 67, no. 3 (1989): 694-707.