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Publications
source:     author:     2012-07-30

  1. Jacques FMB, Guo S-X, Su T, Xing Y-W, Huang Y-J, Liu Y-S, Ferguson DK, Zhou Z-K*, 2011. Quantitative reconstruction of the Late Miocene monsoon climates of southwest China: a case study of the Lincang flora from Yunnan province. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 304 (3-4): 318-327.

  2. Su T, Jacques F M B, Liu Y-S, Xiang J-Y, Xing Y-W, Huang Y-J, Zhou Z-K*, 2011. A new Drynaria (Polypodiaceae) from the Upper Pliocene of Southwest China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology,164 (1-2): 132-142.

  3. Jacques FMB, Su T, Spicer RA, Xing Y-W, Huang Y-J, Wang W-M, Zhou Z-K *, 2011. Leaf Physiognomy: Are monsoon climates different? Global and Planetary Change, 76 (1-2): 56-62.

  4. Jacques F, Wang W, Ortiz, Li H-L, Zhou Z-K*, Chen Z-D,2011. Integrating fossils in molecular-based phylogeny and testing them as calibration points for divergence time mestimates in Menispermaceae. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 49(1): 25-49

  5. Liu, Y-S, Utescher T, Zhou Z-K, Sun B-N,2011. The evolution of Miocene climates in North China: preliminary results of quantitative reconstructions from plant fossil records. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 304(3-4): 308-327.

  6. Yu W-T, Chen S-T, Zhou Z-K*, 2011. Microula pentagona sp nov and M. galactantha sp. nov. (Boraginaceae)from the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Nordic J. Bot. 29:215-220.

  7. Xia K, Daws MI, Hay FR, Chen W-Y, Zhou Z-K *, H.W. Pritchard., 2011. A comparative study of desiccation responses of seeds of Asian Evergreen Oaks, Quercus subgenus Cyclobalanopsis and Quercus subgen Quercus. South African. Journal of Botany, 2011, doi:10.1016/j.sajb.2011.05.001.

  8. Jacques FMB, Zhou Z-K*, 2010. Geometric morphometrics: apowerful tool for the study of shape evolution in Menispermaceae endocarps. Taxon, 59 (3): 881-895.

  9. Su T, Xing Y-W, Liu Y-S, Jacques FMB, Chen W-Y, Huang Y-J, Zhou Z-K*, 2010. Leaf margin analysis: A new equation from humid to mesic forests in China. Palaios, 25 (4): 234-238.

  10. Xing Y-W, Liu Y-S, Su T, Jacques JMB, Zhou Z-K*, 2010. Pinus prekesiya sp. Nov. from the upper Miocene of Yunnan, southwestern China and its biogeographical implications. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 160:1-9.

  11. Ayodele, AE,Zhou Z-K*., 2010. Scanning electron microscopy of fruits in theWest African Polygonaceae. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 48 (5): 336–343

  12. Yang Y, Zhou Z-K*, 2010. New insights into the species problem. Science China: Life Science, 53:964-972

  13. Chen S-T, Gong J, Guang K-Y, Zhou Z-K*, 2010. Biodiversity Conservation of the genus Incarvillea Juss. (Bignoniaceae) based on Molecular diversity and species Richness Assessment. J Plant Biol. 53:387-394

  14. Deng M, Zhou Z-K*, Coombes A, 2010. Lectotypication and New Synonymy in Quercus subg. Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae). Novon 20:400-405

  15. Xia K, Seal C E, Chen W-Y, Zhou Z-K*, Pritchard H W, 2010. Fruit oil contents of the genus Quercus (Fagaceae): A comparative study on acorns of subgenus Quercus and Asian subgenus Cyclobalanopsis. Seed Science and Technology, 38:136-145.

  16. Xia K, Su T, Liu Y-S, Xing Y-W, Jacques FMB, Zhou Z-K*, 2009. Quantitative climate reconstructions of the late Miocene Xiaolongtan megaflora from Yunnan, southwest China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,276 (1-4): 80-86.

  17. Liu M-Q, Deng M, Zhou Z-K*, 2009. Taxonomic and ecological implications of leaf cuticular morphology in Castanopsis, Castanea, and Chrysolepis. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 283:111-123.

  18. Li X-X, Zhou Z-K*, 2009. Phylogenetic studies of the core Aalismatdes inferred from morphology and rbcL sequences. Progress in Natural Science 19:931-945

  19.Chen Y-Q, Deng M, Zhou Z-K*, 2008. A hypothesis on cupule evolution and the evidence from molecular phylogenies and fossils. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 46(1): 41-52.

  20. Deng M, Zhou Z-K*, Chen Y-Q, Sun W-B, 2008. Systematic significance of the development and anatomy of flowers and fruit of Quercus schottkyana (subgenus Cyclobalanopsis: Fagaceae) . International Journal of Plant Sciences, 169(9): 1261-1277.

  21. Xia K, Zhou Z-K*, Chen WY, Sun WB, 2008. Rescuing the Sichou oak Quercus sichourensis in China. Oryx, 42(1):3-4

  22.Zhou Z-K*, Yang Q-S, Xia K, 2007. Fossils of Quercus sect. Heterobalanus can help explain the uplift of the Himalayas. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52(2): 238-247.

  23. Ma C-L, Moseley RK, Chen W-Y, Zhou Z-K*, 2007. Plant diversity and priority conservation areas of Northwestern Yunnan, China. Biodiversity and Conservation, 16(3): 757-774.

  24. Li H-M, Zhou Z-K*, 2007. Fossil nothofagaceous leaves from the Eocene of western Antarctica and their bearing on the origin, dispersal and systematics of Nothofagus and dispersal pattern. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences 50(10):1525-1535.

  25.Zhou Z-K*, Yang X-F, Yang Q-S, 2006. Land bridge and long-distance dispersal — Old views, new evidence. Chinese Science Bulletin,51(9): 1030-1038.

  26. Deng M, Zhou Z-K*,Coombes A, 2006. Taxonomic notes on the genus Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae). Annales Botanici Fennici, 43: 57-61

  27. Ji Y-H, Fritsch P-W, Li H, Xiao T-J, Zhou Z-K*, 2006. Phylogeny and classification of Paris (Melanthiaceae) inferred from DNA sequence data. Annals of Botany 98:245-256.

  28. Chen S-T, Guan K-Y, Zhou Z-K*, 2006. A new subgenus of Incarvillea (Bignoniaceae). Annales Botanici Fennici, 43:288-290.

  REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS 

  1. Jacques FMB, S-X Guo, T Su, Y-W Xing, Y-J Huang, Y-S Liu, D K Ferguson, Z-K Zhou*, 2011. Quantitative reconstruction of the Late Miocene monsoon climates of southwest China: A case study of the Lincang flora from Yunnan Province. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 304 (3-4): 318-327.

  2. Jacques FMB, T Su, RA Spicer, Y-W Xing, Y-J Huang, W-M Wang, Z-K Zhou*, 2011. Leaf Physiognomy: Are monsoon climates different? Global and Planetary Change, 76 (1-2): 56-62.

  3. Xing Y-W, Y-S Liu, T Su, F M B Jacques, Z-K Zhou*, 2010. Pinus prekesiya sp. nov. from the Upper Miocene of Yunnan, southwestern China and its biogeographical implications. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 160 (1-2): 1-9.

  4. Su T, Xing Y-W, Liu Y-S, Jacques FMB, Chen W-Y, Huang Y-J, Z-K Zhou*, 2010. Leaf margin analysis: A new equation from humid to mesic forests in China. Palaios, 25 (4): 234-238.

  5. Xia K, T Su, Y-S Liu, Y-W Xing, F M B Jacques, Z-K Zhou*, 2009. Quantitative climate reconstructions of the Late Miocene Xiaolongtan megaflora from Yunnan, southwest China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 276 (1-4): 80-86.


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