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KÚvin Jean Louis Maurin
KÚvin Jean Louis Maurin
The University of Waikato - School of Science
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A quantitative assessment of shoot flammability for 60 tree and shrub species supports rankings based on expert opinion
SV Wyse, GLW Perry, DM O’Connell, PS Holland, MJ Wright, CL Hosted, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (4), 466-477, 2016
1202016
Shoot flammability of vascular plants is phylogenetically conserved and related to habitat fire-proneness and growth form
X Cui, AM Paterson, SV Wyse, MA Alam, KJL Maurin, R Pieper, ...
Nature Plants 6 (4), 355-359, 2020
432020
An empirical guide for producing a dated phylogeny with treePL in a maximum likelihood framework
KJL Maurin
arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.07054, 2020
252020
A dated phylogeny shows Plio‐Pleistocene climates spurred evolution of antibrowsing defences in the New Zealand flora
KJL Maurin, RD Smissen, CH Lusk
New Phytologist 233 (1), 546-554, 2022
82022
A dated phylogeny of the genus Pennantia (Pennantiaceae) based on whole chloroplast genome and nuclear ribosomal 18S-26S repeat region sequences.
KJL Maurin
PhytoKeys 155, 15-32, 2020
72020
A dated phylogeny of Argophyllaceae (Asterales) is consistent with spread by long-distance dispersal
KJL Maurin, RD Smissen
New Zealand Journal of Botany 60 (1), 27-44, 2022
52022
120 years of untangling the divaricate habit: a review
KJL Maurin, CH Lusk
New Zealand Natural Sciences 46, 2021
42021
New Zealand endemic Neomyrtus is sister to New Caledonian endemic Myrtastrum (Myrtaceae, Myrteae)
RD Smissen, PB Heenan, KJL Maurin
New Zealand Journal of Botany 60 (2), 184-197, 2022
22022
Do the New Zealand divaricates defy Corner’s rules?
KJL Maurin, CH Lusk
New Zealand Natural Sciences, 2020
12020
Elevation of Pennantia JR Forst. & G. Forst. section Dermatocarpus Miers.(Pennantiaceae J. Agardh.) to subgenus rank
KJL Maurin, M Baling, P de Lange
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. MG Kholodny Institute of Botany, 2022
2022
Dating the emergence of the divaricate habit in the New Zealand flora
KJL Maurin
The University of Waikato, 2021
2021
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