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Research Publications for Christine E (Chrissen) Gemmill

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  • Brown, M. B. G. J., Gemmill, C. E. C., Miller, S., & Wehi, P. M. (2018). Diet selectivity in a terrestrial forest invertebrate, the Auckland tree wētā, across three habitat zones. Ecology and Evolution, 8(5), 2495-2503. doi:10.1002/ece3.3763

  • Pelser, P., Nickrent, D. L., Gemmill, C. E. C., & Barcelona, J. F. (2017). Genetic Diversity and Structure in the Philippine Rafflesia lagascae Complex (Rafflesiaceae) inform its Taxonomic Delimitation and Conservation. Systematic Botany, 42(3), 543-553. doi:10.1600/036364417X696186

  • Wright, S. A., Hutchison, M., Hale, M. L., Gemmill, C. E. C., de Lange, P. J., & Pelser, P. B. (2017). A preliminary conservation genetic study of Pittosporum obcordatum (Pittosporaceae), an endemic New Zealand species with a disjunct distribution. New Zealand Journal of Botany. doi:10.1080/0028825X.2017.1363789

  • de Kock, W., Matheson, F., & Gemmill, C. E. (2016). Flowering patterns for seagrass in Raglan Harbour. Poster session presented at the meeting of Sharing Ocean Resources - Now and in the Future: Joint 2016 Conference of the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society and the Australian Marine Sciences Association. Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Lowry II, P. P., Plunkett, G. M., & Gemmill, C. E. (2016). Multiple lineages of Apiales in New Caledonia: Colonization, diversification, and dispersal across seven clades. In Botany 2016: Celebrating our History, Conserving our Future. Conference held at the International Trade and Convention Center, Savannah, Georgia, USA.

  • Stevens, M. I., Clarke, A. C., Clarkson, F. M., Goshorn, M., & Gemmill, C. E. (2015). Are current ecological restoration practices capturing natural levels of genetic diversity? A New Zealand case study using AFLP and ISSR data from mahoe (Melicytus ramiflorus). New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 39(2). Retrieved from

  • Miller, S. D., Grierson, E., & Gemmill, C. E. C. (2014). Differentiating divaricating species of Sophora by the development of shoot architecture. Poster session presented at the meeting of 4th International Statistical Ecology Conference. Montpellier, France.

  • Gemmill, C. E. C. (2014). [Review of Above the treeline: a nature guide to alpine New Zealand by Sir Alan F Mark]. New Zealand Journal of Botany, 52(2), 272-273. doi:10.1080/0028825X.2013.844717

  • Garnock-Jones, P., Gemmill, C., Prebble, J., & Ryan, K. (2014). New Zealand flowers: what do the birds and the bees see?. In Australasian Systematic Botany Society conference: Next-Generation Systematics. Palmerston North, New Zealand. Retrieved from

  • Cary, S. C., Coyne, K. J., Rueckert, A., Wood, S. A., Kelly, S., Gemmill, C., . . . Hicks, B. J. (2014). Development and validation of a quantitative PCR assay for the early detection and monitoring of the invasive diatom Didymospenia geminata. Harmful Algae, 36, 63-70. doi:10.1016/j.hal.2014.04.003

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