JOURNAL ARTICLES

Nixon, K. C. and K. P. Steele. 1981. A new species of Quercus from southern California. Madrono 28 (4): 210-219.

Musselman, L. J. and K. C. Nixon. 1981. Branched Broomrape (Orobanche ramosa) in Texas. Plant Disease 65: 752-753.

Nixon, K.C. and C. Todzia. 1985. Within host tree, within host species, and within population sex ratios of mistletoe (Phoradendron tomentosum) in central Texas. American Midland Naturalist 114 (2): 304-309.

Dorr, L.J. and K. C. Nixon. 1985. Typification of the oak (Quercus) species described by S.B. Buckley (1809-1884). Taxon 34 (2): 211-228.

Stasz, T.E., K. C. Nixon, G. E. Harman, N. F. Weedon and G. A. Kuter. 1989. Evaluation of phenetic species and phylogenetic relationships in the genus Trichoderma by cladistic analysis of isozyme polymorphism. Mycologia 81: 391-403.

Nixon, K.C. and W.L. Crepet. 1989. Trigonobalanus (Fagaceae): Taxonomic status and phylogenetic relationships. American Journal of Botany 76: 826-841.

Crepet, W.L. and K.C. Nixon. 1989. Earliest megafossil evidence of Fagaceae: phylogenetic and biogeographic implications. American Journal of Botany 76: 842-855.

Crepet, W. L. and K.C. Nixon. 1989. Extinct transitional Fagaceae from the Oligocene and their phylogenetic implications. American Journal of Botany 76: 1493-1505.

Nixon, K. C. 1989. Origins of Fagaceae. in: Syst. Assoc. Spec. Vol. 40B. Evolution, Systematics, and Fossil History of the Hamamelidae. Vol. 2: 23-43. Eds: Crane, P.R. and S. Blackmore. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Wheeler, Q. D. and K. C. Nixon. 1990. A different way of looking at the species problem: A reply to de Queiroz and Donoghue. Cladistics 6: 77-81.

Nixon, K.C. and Q. D. Wheeler. 1990. An amplification of the phylogenetic species concept. Cladistics 6: 211-223.

Crepet, W.L., E.M. Friis and K.C. Nixon. 1991. Fossil evidence for the origin of biotic pollination. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 333: 187-195.

Nixon, K.C. and J. I. Davis. 1991. Polymorphic taxa, missing values and cladistic analysis. Cladistics 7: 233-241.

Crepet, W.L., K.C. Nixon, E.M. Friis, and J.V. Freudenstein. 1992. Oldest fossil flowers of hamamelidaceous affinity, from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 89: 8969-8989.

Davis, J.I. and K.C. Nixon. 1992. Populations, genetic variation, and the delimitaion of phylogenetic species. Systematic Biology 41: 421-435.

Nixon, K.C. and Q.D. Wheeler. 1992. Extinction and the origin of species. in: Extinction and Phylogeny. Novacek, M.J. and Q.D. Wheeler (eds.). Pp. 119-143. Columbia University Press, New York.

Nixon, K.C. and Q.D. Wheeler. 1992. Measures of phylogenetic diversity. in: Extinction and Phylogeny. Novacek, M.J. and Q.D. Wheeler (eds.). Pp. 216-234. Columbia University Press, New York.

Nixon, K.C. and C.H. Muller. 1992. The resurrection of Quercus laceyi. Sida 15: 57-69.

Nixon, K. C. 1993. The genus Quercus in Mexico. in: Ramamoorthy, T.P., R. Bye, A. Lot and J. Fa (eds.). Biological Diversity of Mexico: Origins and Distribution. Pp. 447-458. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Nixon, K.C. and C.H. Muller. 1993. The Quercus hypoxantha complex in Mexico. Brittonia 45: 146-153.

Nixon, K.C. and W.L. Crepet. 1993. Late Cretaceous fossil flowers of Ericalean affinity. American Journal of Botany 80: 616-623.

Nixon, K.C. 1993. Infrageneric classification of Quercus (Fagaceae) and typification of sectional names. Annales des Sciences Forestieres 50 (suppl. 1): 25s-34s.

Herendeen, P., W.L. Crepet and K.C. Nixon. 1993. Chloranthus-like stamens from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 80: 865-871.

Manos, P., K.C. Nixon and J.J. Doyle. 1993. Cladistic analysis of restriction site variation within the chloroplast DNA inverted repeat region of selected Hamamelididae. Syst. Bot. 18: 551-562.

Nixon, K.C. and J.M. Carpenter. 1993. On outgroups. Cladistics 9: 413-426.

Herendeen, P. S., W. L. Crepet, and K. C. Nixon. 1994. Fossil flowers and pollen of Lauraceae from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution 189: 29-40.

Crepet, W. L., and Nixon, K. C. 1994. Flowers of Turonian Magnoliidae and their implications. in: Endress, P.K. and E. M. Friis (eds.), Early Evolution of Flowers, Plant Systematics and Evolution Suppl. 8: 73-91.

Nixon, K.C., W.L. Crepet, D.M. Stevenson & E.M. Friis. 1994. A reevaluation of seed plant phylogeny. Annals Missouri Botanical Garden 81: 484-533.

Albert, V. A., Backlund, A., Bremer, K., Chase, M.W., Manhart, J. R., Mishler, B. D. and Nixon, K. C. 1994. Functional constraints and rbcL evidence for land plant phylogeny. Annals Missouri Botanical Garden 81: 534-567.

Nixon, K. C. and C. H. Muller. 1994. New names in California oaks. Novon 4: 391-393.

Wheeler, W. C. and Nixon, K. C. 1994. A novel method for economical diagnosis of cladograms under Sankoff optimization. Cladistics 10: 207-213.

Crepet, W.C. and K. C. Nixon. 1996. The fossil History of stamens. in: D'Arcy, W. G. and R. C. Keating (Ed.). The anther: Form, function and phylogeny. Pp. 25-57. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, England, UK.

Nixon, K. C. 1996. Paleobotany in cladistics and cladistics in paleobotany: enlightenment and uncertainty. Review of Paleobotany and Palynology 90: 361-373.

Nixon, K. C. and J. M. Carpenter. 1996. On simultaneous analysis. Cladistics 12: 221-241.

Nixon, K. C. and J. M. Carpenter. 1996. On consensus, collapsibility and clade concordance. Cladistics. 12: 305-321.

Nixon, K. C. 1997. Fagaceae. in: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds, Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 3: 436-437. Oxford University Press, New York.

Nixon, K. C. 1997. Castanea. in: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds, Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 3: 439-442. Oxford University Press, New York.

Nixon, K. C. 1997. Chrysolepis. in: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds, Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 3: 438-439. Oxford University Press, New York.

Nixon, K. C. 1997. Fagus. in: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds, Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 3: 444. Oxford University Press, New York.

Nixon, K. C. 1997. Lithocarpus. in: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds, Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 3: 442-443 . Oxford University Press, New York.

Nixon, K. C. 1997. Quercus. in: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds, Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 3: 445-447. Oxford University Press, New York.

Nixon, K. C. and C. H. Muller. 1997. Quercus section Quercus. in: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds, Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 3: 471--506. Oxford University Press, New York.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, William L. Crepet, and Gene E. Ratcliffe. 1997. A new fossil fern assignable to Gleicheniaceae from late cretaceous sediments of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 84: 483-493.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 1998. Tylerianthus crossmanensis gen. et sp. nov., (Rosales) from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 85 (3): 376-386.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 1998. New fossil flower from the Turonian of New Jersey: Dressiantha bicarpelatta gen. et. sp. nov. (Capparales). American Journal of Botany. 85 (7): 964-974.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, W. L. Crepet, D. W. Stevenson, and E. M. Friis, 1998. The oldest known fossil flowers of monocotyledons. Nature. 394: 532-533.

Crepet, W.L., and K. C. Nixon. 1998. Fossil Clusiaceae from the Late Cretaceous (Turonian) of New Jersey and implications regarding the history of bee pollination. American Journal of Botany. 85 (8):1122-1133.

Crepet, W.L., and K. C. Nixon. 1998. Two new fossil flowers of magnoliid affinity from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany. American Journal of Botany. 85 (9): 1273-1288.

Nixon, K. C. 1999. The Parsimony Ratchet, a new method for rapid parsimony analysis. Cladistics. 15: 407-414.

Manos, P. S., J. J. Doyle, and K. C. Nixon. 1999. Phylogeny, biogeography, and processes of molecular differentiation in Quercus subgenus Quercus (Fagaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 12 (3): 333-349.

Nixon, K. C. and J. M. Carpenter. 2000. On the other "Phylogenetic Systematics". Cladistics. 16: 298-318.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, W. L. Crepet, and G. E. Ratcliffe. 2000. Sorophores of Lygodium Sw. (Schizaeaceae) from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution 221 (1-2): 113-123.

Simmons, M. P., C. D. Bailey, and K. C. Nixon. 2000. Phylogeny reconstruction using duplicate genes. Molecular Biology and Evolution 17 (4): 469-473.

Soltis, D. E., P. S. Soltis, M. W. Chase, M. E. Mort, D. C. Albach, M. Zanis, V. Savolainen, W. H. Hahn, S. B. Hoot, M. F. Fay, M. Axtell, S. M. Swensen, L. M. Prince, W. J. Kress, K. C. Nixon, and J. S. Farris. 2000. Angiosperm phylogeny inferred from 18S, rDNA, rbcL, and atpB sequences. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 133 (4): 381-461.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2001. Studies on Turonian Pinaceae of the Raritan Formation, New Jersey. Plant Systematics and Evolution 226: 187-203.

Turgeon, R., R. Medville, and K. C. Nixon. 2001. The evolution of minor vein phloem and phloem loading. American Journal of Botany 88 (8): 1331-1339.

Zhou, Z., W. L. Crepet and K. C. Nixon. 2001. The earliest fossil evidence of the Hamamelidaceae: Late Cretaceous (Turonian) inflorescence and fruits of Altingioideae. American Journal of Botany 88: 753-766.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W.L. Crepet. 2002. Triuridaceae fossil flowers from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 89 (12): 271-314.

Sun, G., Q. Ji, D. L. Dilcher, S. Zheng, K. C. Nixon, and X. Wang. 2002. Archaefructaceae, a new basal angiosperm family. Science 296 (5569): 899-904.

Hermsen, E. J., Gandolfo, M. A., Nixon, K. C. and Crepet, W. L. 2003. Divisestylus gen. nov. (aff. Iteaceae), a fossil saxifrage from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey, U.S.A. American Journal of Botany 90 (9): 1373-1388.

Nixon, K. C., J. M. Carpenter, and D. W. Stevenson. 2003. The PhyloCode is fatally flawed, and the "Linnaean" system can easily be fixed. Botanical-Review 69 (1): 111-120.

Nixon, K. C. 2004. Fagaceae. in: Families of Neotropical Flowering Plants. N. P. Smith, S. A. Mori, A. Henderson, D. W. Stevenson, S. V. Heald (eds.), pp. 156-158. New York Botanical Garden, Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2004. The oldest complete fossil flowers of Nymphaeaceae and implications for the complex insect entrapment pollination mechanisms in Early Angiosperms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 101 (21): 8056-8060.

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon and M. A. Gandolfo. 2004. Fossil evidence and phylogeny: the age of major angiosperm clades based on mesofossil and macrofossil evidence from Cretaceous deposits. American Journal of Botany. 91 (10): 1666-1682.

Davis, J. I, K. C. Nixon, and D. L. Little. 2004. The limits of conventional cladistic analysis—the 500–terminal rbcL matrix, sources of variation in the estimation of branch support, and some gentle criticisms of supertree methods. Annual meeting of the American Society of Plant Taxonomists.

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon and M. A. Gandolfo. 2005. An extinct calycanthoid taxon, Jerseyanthus calycanthoides, from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 92 (9): 1475–1485.

Davis, J. I, K. C. Nixon, and D. P. Little. 2006. The limits of conventional cladistic analysis. in: Parsimony, Phylogeny, and Genomics. V. A. Albert (ed.) pp. 119–147. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Hermsen, E. J., M. A. Gandolfo, K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2006. The impact of extinct taxa on understanding the early evolution of angiosperm clades: An example incorporating fossil reproductive structures of Saxifragales. Plant Systematics and Evolution 260: 141–169.

Gandolfo, M.A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2008. Selection of Fossils for Calibration of Molecular Dating Models. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 95 (1): 34-42.

Goloboff, P. A., J. S. Farris, and K. C. Nixon. 2008. TNT, a free program for phylogenetic analysis. Cladistics, 24: 774–786.

Nixon, K. C. 2008. Paleobotany, Evidence, and Molecular Dating: An Example from the Nymphaeales. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 95 (1):43-50.

Martínez-Millán, M., W. L. Crepet and K. C. Nixon. 2009. Pentapetalum trifasciculandricus gen. et sp. nov., a thealean fossil flower from the Raritan Formation, New Jersey, USA (Turonian, Late Cretaceous). American Journal of Botany 96: 933-949.

Avalos, S. A., K. C. Nixon, and L.M. Kelly. 2011. Quercus delgadoana (Fagaceae), a new species from the Sierra Madre Oriental, Mexico. Novon 21: 274-277.

Gandolfo, M. A., E. J. Hermsen, M. C. Zamaloa, K. C. Nixon, C. C. González, P. Wilf, N. R. Cúneo, and K. R. Johnson. 2011. Oldest known Eucalyptus macrofossils are from South America. PLoS One 6 (6): e21084. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021084.

Nixon, K.C. and J. M. Carpenter. 2012. On homology. Cladistics 28: 160-169.

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon and C. P. Daghlian. 2013. Fossil Ericales from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. International Journal of Plant Sciences. Special Issue: Conceptual Advances in Fossil Plant Biology Edited by Gar Rothwell and Ruth Stockey. 174 (3): 572-584.

CONTRIBUTED PAPERS - ABSTRACTS

Nixon, K.C. 1981. A systematic study of Quercus parvula Greene on Santa Cruz Island. Botanical Society of America, Publ. 160., Abstracts of the papers presented at Indiana University, Bloomington, 16-21 August 1981, p. 76.

Nixon, K.C. 1982. In support of the Nothofagaceae Kuprianova. Botanical Society of America, Publ. 162, Abstracts of papers presented at Pennsylvania State University, 8-12 August 1982, p. 102.

Nixon, K.C. 1985. Cotyledon characters of Mexican white oaks: distribution and phylogenetic significance of fused cotyledons. AIBS meetings, 1985.

Nixon, K.C. 1986. Trigonobalanus (Fagaceae): Taxonomic status and phylogenetic relationships. AIBS meetings, August, 1986.

Manos, P., J. Doyle and K.C. Nixon. 1989. Chloroplast DNA variation and evolution in Fagaceae. AIBS meetings, August, 1989.

Nixon, K.C. 1992. A reevaluation of seed plant phylogeny considering the effects of missing values. 11th Annual meeting of Willi Hennig Society, Paris, France.

Ratcliffe, G. E., M. A. Gandolfo, W. L. Crepet and K. C. Nixon. 1995. Sorophores of the genus Lygodium Sw. (Schizaeaceae) from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 82: 90 (Abstract).

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon and W.L. Crepet. 1995. Fossil flowers with hydrangeacean affinity from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 82: 85 (Abstract).

Gandolfo, M. A., G. E. Ratcliffe, K. C. Nixon and W.L. Crepet. 1995. Unusually well-preserved fern petioles from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 82: 86. (Abstract).

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon and W.L. Crepet. 1996. First fossil flower with affinities to the order Capparales from Late Cretaceous sediments of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 83: 157- 158 (Abstract).

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon and W.L. Crepet. 1996. Studies on Turonian Pinaceae of the Raritan Formation, New Jersey. International Organisation of Paleobotany, Fifth Quadrennial Conference. I.O.P.C.V-Abstracts: 42.

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon, and M. A. Gandolfo. 1996. Turonian flowers of the Theales. American Journal of Botany. 83 (6 suppl.): 148-149. (Abstract)

Weeks, A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 1996. A new dilleniid flower from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany. 83 (6 suppl.): 113. (Abstract)

Crepet, W. L. And K. C. Nixon. 1996. Patterns in the appearance of floral innovations in the Cretaceous and their implications. International Organization of Paleobotany, Fifth Quadrennial Conference. IOPC V-Abstracts: 20. (Abstract)

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and Crepet, W. L. 1997. The oldest know fossil flower with affinities to the modern family Triuridaceae. American Journal of Botany. 84 (6 suppl.): 196. (Abstract)

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 1998. A phylogenetic analysis of moderns and cretaceous Triuridaceae (Monocotyledoneae). American Journal of Botany 85 (6 supp.): 131. (Abstract)

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, D. W. Stevenson, and W. L. Crepet. 1998. Species diversity of Triuridaceae fossil flowers from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 85 (6 supp): 73 (Abstract).

Borgardt, S. J., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2000. A Turonian inflorescence bearing perigynous flowers of a lower rosid affinity. American Journal of Botany 87 (6 supp.): 66 (Abstract).

Hermsen, E., W.L. Crepet, and K. C. Nixon. 2000. A new fossil saxifragoid from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany 87 (6 supp.): 69 (Abstract).

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon. and M. A. Gandolfo. 2001. A Cretaceous Atlantic Coastal Plain "ericoid" complex. Botany 2001 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 62.

Nixon, K. C., M. A. Gandolfo, and W. L. Crepet. 2001.Origins of Fagaceae: a review of relevant Turonian fossil material from New Jersey. Botany 2001 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 68.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2001. Fossil flowers with possible nymphaealean affinities. Botany 2001 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 64.

Borgardt, S. J. and K. C. Nixon. 2002. A phylogenetically based ovule, seed and fruit anatomical/developmental study within the genus Quercus (Fagaceae). Botany 2002 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 32.

Davis, J. I., K. C. Nixon, and D. P. Little. 2002. A conventional analysis of the 500-terminal rbcL data set. Botany 2002 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 167.

Dilcher, D. L., Ge Sun, K. C. Nixon, and Qiang Ji. 2002. A new basal angiosperm family. Botany 2002 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 26.

Little, D. P. and K. C. Nixon. 2002. Speed, efficiency, and more data in cladistic analysis. Botany 2002 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 138.

Nixon, K. C. and D. P. Little. 2003. The use of optimality criteria in DNA sequence alignment and its application in a new computer program. Botany 2003 Abstracts, Botanical Society of America: 92.

Nixon, K.C. 2004. Flowers of Nymphaeaceae: missing from the Early Cretaceous. International Organization of Paleobotany, Bariloche, Argentina. IOPC VII March 21-26, Abstracts: 84.

Crepet, W.L., K. C. Nixon, and M. A. Gandolfo. 2004. Fossil evidence and phylogeny: the age of major angiosperm clades based on mesofossil and macrofossil evidence from Cretaceous deposits. International Organization of Paleobotany, Bariloche, Argentina. IOPC VII March 21-26, Abstracts: 21.

Gandolfo, M. A., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2004. Fossil evidence and monocot phylogeny revisited. International Organization of Paleobotany, Bariloche, Argentina. IOPC VII March 21-26, Abstracts: 35.

Martínez-Millán, M., W. L. Crepet, and K. C. Nixon. 2004. A new fossil flower from the Raritan Formation, New Jersey, USA with affinities to the Theales sensu Cronquist. International Organization of Paleobotany, Bariloche, Argentina. IOPC VII March 21-26, Abstracts: 79.

Hermsen, E. J., K. C. Nixon, and W. L. Crepet. 2005. Fossil reproductive structures of Saxifragales and saxifrage evolution. XVII International Botanical Congress, Vienna, Austria. IBC XVII July 17 - 23, Abstracts: 169.

Salazar, J., D. P. Little, K. C. Nixon, and A. Jaramillo. 2005. A phylogenetic analysis of Canellaceae based on morphology and DNA sequences. XVII International Botanical Congress, Vienna, Austria. IBC XVII July 17 - 23, Abstracts: 203.

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon, M. Riccio, M. A. Gandolfo, C. Daghlian, D. Grimaldi. 2010. An emerging potentially cost effective technology for imaging botanical specimens. Botany 2010: Meeting of the Botanical Society of America, Providence.

Nixon, K. C., M. A. Gandolfo, and W. L. Crepet. 2010. New insights into early Fagaceae based on Turonian fossil material from New Jersey. Botany 2010: Meetings of the Botanical Society of America, Providence.

Crepet, W. L. and K. C.Nixon. 2010. The mismeasure of a mystery: angiosperm origins and phylogenetics. 3rd International Paleontological Congress, London. 113.

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon, and M. A. Gandolfo. 2011. The mismeasure of a mystery: angiosperm origins and phylogentics. Botany 2011, St. Louis. July 9-13.

Nixon, K. C., M. A. Gandolfo, E. J. Hermsen, and M. C. Zamaloa. 2011. Fossil and modern phylogenetic components of Patagonian seed plant diversity. XVIII International Botanical Congress, 23-30 July 2011, Melbourne, Australia.

Crepet, W. L., K. C. Nixon, and C. Daghlian, 2012. New technology old flowers: Extinct taxa from the Cretaceous of New Jersey. Botany 2012, Columbus, July 7-11.

Crepet, W. L. and K. C. Nixon, 2013. Accuracy and Effect: Fossil identification and understanding evolutionary history. Botany 2013, New Orleans, July 27-31.

Gandolfo, M. A. and K. C. Nixon, 2013. CUPAC- The Cornell University Plant Anatomy Collection: a web-based tool for the Plant Sciences teachers and researchers. Botany 2013, New Orleans, July 27-31.

INVITED PAPERS, SYMPOSIA

Nixon, K.C. 1982. Studies on the phylogeny of North American Quercus. Symposium: Biogeography and Evolution of Oaks. 63rd Annual meeting of AAAS, Pacific Division, Santa Barbara, Ca. June 22, 1982.

Nixon, K.C. 1984. A preliminary phylogenetic analysis of Hamamelidae. Symposium: Phylogeny of the Hamamelidae. Botanical Society of America. American Journal of Botany 71:111.

Nixon, K.C. and W.L. Crepet. 1985. Preliminary phylogenetic reconstruction of Quercus at subgeneric and sectional levels. Syposium: Evolution of Quercus. AIBS meetings, August 1985.

Crepet, W.L. and K.C. Nixon. 1985. A preliminary analysis of the fossil history of Quercus and other genera of Fagaceae. Symposium: Evolution of Quercus. AIBS meetings, August 1985.

Nixon, K.C. 1986. Phylogeny and Biogeography of Southern California oaks. 2nd Annual Systematics and Evolution Symposium, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, 24 May 1986.

Nixon, K.C. 1986. Character analysis in Fagaceae. Symposium on Botanical Cladistics at the Hennig Society meetings, November 10, 1986.

Nixon, K.C. 1987. Origins and relationships of Nothofagus. Simposio sobre Nothofagus. Sponsored by the University of Buenos Aires. Bariloche, Argentina, March 1987.

Crepet, W.L. and K.C. Nixon. 1987. Tricolporate angiosperms: Success, phylogeny and early radiation. International Botanical Congress symposium: Early fossil Angiosperms: Reproductive structures and evolution. Berlin, July 1987.

Nixon, K.C. 1987. Generic Concepts in the Hamamelidae. Symposium on the concept of the Genus, A.I.B.S. meetings, Columbus, Ohio.

Nixon, K.C. 1988. Origins of Fagaceae. Council of Systematics Association Symposium: Evolution, Systematics, and Fossil History of Hamamelidae, at the University of Reading, England, March 23-March 25, 1988.

Nixon, K.C. 1988. Phylogeny, Systematics and Biogeography of Mexican oaks. Symposium: Biological Diversity of Mexico. To be held in Morelos, Mexico, in October 1988.

Nixon, K.C. 1990. Phylogeny and Fossil History of Fagaceae. University of Toronto (Departmental Seminar, April, 1990).

Nixon, K.C. 1990. CLADOS. in: Symposium on Phylogenetic Computing Software. ICSEB. 5 July 1990.

Nixon, K.C. 1991. Late Cretaceous angiosperm floral remains from New Jersey. University of Oklahoma, Norman.

Nixon, K.C. and Q.D. Wheeler. 1991. Implications of the phylogenetic species concept. 10th International Meeting of Willi Hennig Society,

Nixon, K.C. 1992. Late Cretaceous angiosperm floral remains from New Jersey. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis.

Nixon, K.C. 1992. Late Cretaceous angiosperm floral remains from New Jersey. University of Oklahoma, Norman.

Nixon, K.C. 1992. Late Cretaceous angiosperm floral remains from New Jersey. Museo de La Plata, Argentina.

Nixon, K.C. 1992 (29 Apr). Late Cretaceous angiosperm floral remains from New Jersey. Associacion Paleontologica Argentina, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia", Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Nixon, K.C., W.L. Crepet, E.M. Friis and D. Stevenson. 1992. A reevaluation of seed plant phylogeny. Annual Systematics Symposium, Missouri Botanical Garden. Oct 1992, St. Louis.

Nixon, K.C. 1993. The logical basis of the phylogenetic species concept. Symposium on species concepts, AIBS meetings, Aug, 1993, Ames, Iowa.

Nixon, K.C., and W.L. Crepet. 1993. Phylogeny of major angiosperm groups. Symposium on angiosperm origins, AIBS meetings, Aug, 1993, Ames, Iowa.

SOFTWARE AND WEBPAGES

Nixon, Kevin C. 1988. CLADOS ver. 0.9. Computer package for graphic character analysis on IBM compatibles. in beta test (BH; Carpenter, Harvard; Lavin, Montana; Young, Santa Barbara).

Nixon, Kevin C. 1988-1990. MDP ver. 2.42. Monographic Database Management Package for IBM compatible and UNIX systems. Also generates forms for herbarium management as well as herbarium labels and monographic descriptions (Installations: BH, CM, UCSB, SBBG).

Nixon, Kevin C. 1988-1990. MDI ver. 1.10. Monographic Database Interpreter. Full featured interpreted script language, runs identically on MS-DOS and UNIX installations. Allows generations of reports, publication ready copy, etc. from MDP database structures. Full laserjet support and user-configurable printer drivers included.

Nixon, Kevin C. 1990. MDP 'Bugs' ver. 1.0. Database package with label generation facilities to produce 3 point insect labels on laserjet printers. Includes softfont editor to develop customized fonts and special symbols to commerically available softfonts. Released June 1990 (beta test in Wheeler lab, Cornell since January 1990).

Nixon, Kevin C. 1991. CLADOS ver. 1.0. IBM compatible computer package for graphic analysis of cladistics.

Nixon, Kevin C. 1992. CLADOS ver. 1.2.

Nixon, Kevin C. 1992. DADA ver. 0.5. IBM compatible matrix editor for cladistic data sets.

Nixon, Kevin C. 1994. DADA ver. 0.98. Data editing and analysis package for DOS.

Nixon, Kevin C. 1994. CLADOS ver. 1.48. Character analysis package for DOS. Companion to Hennig86 and Nona.

1995-1998. Continued updates of DADA and CLADOS.

Nixon, Kevin C. 1999. WINCLADA. Program combining Clados and Dada, Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, and XP compatable.

Nixon, Kevin C. 2000. CYBERKEY. Program in Winclada used to create and use computerized identifying keys.

PlantSystematics.org, 2005.

FossilFlowers.org

DiversityofLife.org

Gymnosperms.org

NatureKind.org

CUPAC (Nixon, K. C., M. A Gandolfo, J. L. Svitko.)