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[83] Isnard, S., Prosperi, J., Rowe, N.P., Wagner, S., Trueba, S., Frenzke, L., Samain, M.-S., Neinhuis, C. and Wanke, S., (2011). Growth form evolution in Piperales and its relevance for understanding the angiosperm diversification – An integrative approach combining plant architecture, anatomy and biomechanics. International Journal of Plant Science. (In press).

[82] Rowe, N.P. and Paul-Victor, C., (2011) Herbs and secondary woodiness – keeping up the cambial habit. New Phytologist, 193: 3-5.

[81] Paul-Victor, C. and Rowe, N.P., (2011) Effect of mechanical perturbation on the biomechanics, primary growth and secondary tissue development of inflorescence stems of Arabidopsis thaliana. Annals of Botany 107: 209-218.

[80] Oelschägel, B., Wagner, S., Salomo, K., Pradeep, N.S., Yao, T.L., Isnard, S., Rowe, N.P., Neinhuis, S. and Wanke, S., 2011 Implications from molecular phylogenetic data for systematics, biogeography and growth form evoluton of Thottea (Aristolochiaceae). Garden’s Bulletin Singapore, 63: 259-275.

[79] Frenzke, L., Wanke, S., Isnard, S., Stoll, A., Neinhuis, C. and Rowe, N.P., (2011). Stem biomechanics of the giant moss Dendroligotrichum dendroides s.l. and its significance for growth form diversity in mosses. Journal of Bryology, 33: 229-235.

[78] Martone, P.T., Boller, M.L., Burgert, I., Dumais, J., Edwards. J., Mach, K., Rowe, N.P., Rueggeberg, M., Seidel, R. and Speck, T., (2010). Mechanics without muscle: biomechanical inspiration from the plant world. Integrative and Comparative Biology., 50: 888-907.

[77] Coutand, C., Chevolot, M., Lacointe, A., Rowe, N.P. and Scotti, I., (2010). Mechanosensing of stem bending and its interspecific variability in five neotropical rainforest species. Annals of Botany, 105: 341-347.

[76] Rowe, N.P., Ménard, L., Clair, B., Mühlen, G.S. and McKey, D., (2009). Evolution of the mechanical architecture in cassava during domestication, 6th Plant Biomechanics Conference, Cayenne, French Guiana.

[75] Rowe, N.P. and Isnard, S., (2009). Biomechanics of climbing palms and how they climb. Plant Signaling and Behavior, 4: 28-32.

[74] Ruelle, J., Clair, C., Rowe, N. and Yamamoto, H., (2009). Occurrence of the gelatinous cell wall layer in tension wood of angiosperms, 6th Plant Biomechanics Conference, Cayenne, French Guiana.

[73] Masselter, T., Rowe, N.P., Galtier, J. and Speck, T., (2009). Secondary growth and deformation of stem tissues in the Lower Carboniferous seed fern Calamopitys. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 170: 1228-1239.

[72] Ménard L, McKey D, Rowe NP. (2009). Developmental plasticity and biomechanics of treelets and lianas in Manihot aff. quinquepartita (Euphorbiaceae): a branch-angle climber of French Guiana. Annals of Botany, 103: 1249-1259.

[71] Isnard, S. and Rowe, N. P., (2008). The climbing habit in palms: biomechanics of the cirrus and flagellum. The American Journal of Botany, 95: 1538-1547.

[70] Isnard, S. and Rowe, N.P., (2008). The mechanical role of the leaf sheath in rattans. New Phytologist, 177: 643-652.

[69] Masselter, T., Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T., (2007 ). Biomechanical reconstruction of the Carboniferous seed fern Lyginopteris oldhamia: implications for growth form reconstruction and habit. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 168: 1177-1189.

[68] Di Giusto, B., Guéroult, M., Rowe, N.P. and Gaume, L., (2006). Variable Adaptive significance of the waxy surface in Nepenthes, a first step towards the functional diversity and the developmental evolution of the pitcher plants. In: S. Gorb (Ed.), Functional surfaces in biology. Springer, Berlin, pp. 183-203.

[67] Rowe, N.P., Isnard, S., Gallenmüller, F. and Speck, T., (2006). Diversity of mechanical architectures in climbing plants: an ecological perspective. In: A. Herrel, T. Speck and N.P. Rowe (Eds), Ecology and biomechanics: a mechanical approach to the ecology of animals and plants. Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, pp. 35-59.

[66] Soria, A., Rowe, N.P., Galtier, J. and Speck, T., (2006). Having or lacking secondary growth: consequences on the mechanical architecture of Palaeozoic cladoxylopsids (fern-like plants). In: L. Salmén (Ed.), Fifth Plant Biomechanics Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 43-48.

[65] Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P., (2006). How to become a successful climber – mechanical, anatomical , ultrastructural and biochemical variations during ontogeny in plants with different climbing strategies. In: L. Salmén (Ed.), Fifth Plant Biomechanics Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 103-108.

[64] Decombeix, A.-L., Meyer-Berthaud, B., Rowe, N.P. and Galtier, J.,(2005). Diversity of large woody lignophytes preceding the extinction of Archaeopteris: New data from the middle Tournaisian of Thuringia (Germany). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 137: 69-82.

[63] Isnard, S., Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P.,(2005). Biomechanics and development of the climbing habit in two species of the South American palm genus Desmoncus (Arecaceae). American Journal of Botany, 92: 1444-1456.

[62] Lahaye, R., Civeyrel, L., Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P.,(2005). Evolution of shrub-like growth forms in the lianoid sub family Secamonoideae (Apocynaceae s.l.) of Madagascar: Phylogeny, biomechanics and development. American Journal of Botany, 92: 1381-1396.

[61] Rowe, N.P., Speck, T., (2004). Hydraulics and mechanics of plants: novelty, innovation and evolution. In: I. Poole and A.R. Hemsley (Editors), The evolution of plant physiology. Elsevier Academic Press, Kew, pp. 297-325.

[60] Masselter, T., Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P., (2005). Ontogenetic reconstruction of the Carboniferous seed plant Lyginopteris oldhamia. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 167: 147-166.

[59] Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T.,(2005). Plant growth forms: an ecological and evolutionary perspective. The New Phytologist, 166: 61-72.

[58] Gallenmüller, F., Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T.,(2004). Development and growth form of the neotropical liana Croton nuntians: the effect of light and mode of attachment on the biomechanics of the stem. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 23: 83-97.

[57] Gaume, L., Perret, P., Gorb, E., Gorb, S., Labat, J.-J. and Rowe, N.P.,(2004). How do plant waxes cause flies to slide? Experimental tests of wax-based trapping mechanisms in three pitfall carnivorous plants. Arthropod Structure and Development, 33: 103-111.

[56] Gorb, E., Kastner, V., Peressadko, A., Arzt, E., Gaume, L., Rowe, N.P. and Gorb, S.,(2004). Structure and properties of the glandular surface in the digestive zone of the pitcher in the carnivorous plant Nepenthes ventrata and its role in insect trapping and retention. Journal of Experimental Biology, 207: 2947-2963.

[55] Rowe, N.P., Isnard, S. and Speck, T.,(2004). Diversity of mechanical architectures in climbing plants: an evolutionary perspective. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 23: 108-128.

[54] Speck, T., Rowe, N.P., Civeyrel, L., Classen-Bockhoff, R., Neinhuis, C., Spatz, H.-C. and 3, (2003). The potential of plant biomechanics in functional biology and systematics. In: T.F. Stuessy, V. Mayer and E. Hörandl (Editors), Deep morphology: toward a renaissance of morphology in plant systematics. Koeltz, Königstein, pp. 241-271.

[53] Isnard, S., Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T.,(2003). Growth habit and mechanical architecture of the sand dune-adapted climber Clematis flammula var. maritima L. Annals of Botany, 91: 407-417.

[52] Isnard, S., Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P.,(2003). Mechanical architecture and development in Clematis : implications for canalised evolution of growth forms. The New Phytologist, 158: 543-559.

[51] Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P.,(2003). Modelling primary and secondary growth processes in plants: A summary of the methodology and new data on an early lignophyte. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B – Biology, 358: 1473-1485.

[50] Figueiral, I., Mosbrugger, V., Rowe, N.P., Utescher, T. and Jones, T.P.,(2002). Role of macrofossil analysis for interpreting vegetation change and paleoclimate in the Miocene Rhine embayment. Palaios, 17: 347-365.

[49] Gaume, L., Gorb, S. and Rowe, N.P.,(2002). Function of epidermal surfaces in the trapping efficiency of Nepenthes alata pitchers. The New Phytologist, 156: 479-489.

[48] Civeyrel, L. and Rowe, N.P.,(2001). Phylogenetic relationships of Secamonoideae based on the plastid gene matK, morphology and biomechanics. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 88: 583-602.

[47] Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P., (2001). Plant growth forms and biomechanics. In: D.E.G. Briggs and P.R. Crowther (Editors), Palaeobiology II. Blackwell Science, Oxford, pp. 379-384.

[46] Gallenmüller, F., Müller, U., Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T.,(2001). The Growth form of Croton pullei (Euphorbiaceae) – Functional morphology and biomechanics of a neotropical liana. Plant Biology, 3: 50-61.

[45] Rowe, N.P.,(2000). Monstrous plant architecture. New Phytologist, 145: 161-165.

[44] Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T., (2000). Tree, McGraw-hill Yearbook of Science and Technology 2000, pp. 1-482. McGraw-Hill, New York, pp. 418-420.

[43] Rowe, N.P. and Jones, T.P.,(2000). Devonian charcoal. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology and Palaeoecology, 164: 331-338.

[42] Gallenmüller, F., Müller, U., Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T., (2000). Variability of habit and mechanical properties in the tropical liana Croton nuntians, In: Plant Biomechanics 2000 – Proceedings of the 3rd International Plant Biomechanics Conference, Freiburg-Badenweiler, pp. 63-70.

[41] Rowe, N.P., (2000). The insides and outsides of plants: the long and chequered evolution of secondary growth, In: Plant Biomechanics 2000 – Proceedings of the 3rd International Plant Biomechanics Conference, Freiburg-Badenweiler, pp. 129-140.

[40] Figueiral, I., Mosbrugger, V., Rowe, N.P., Ashraf, A.R., Utescher, T. and Jones, T.P.,(1999). The Miocene peat-forming vegetation of northwestern Germany: an analysis of wood remains and comparison with previous palynological interpretations. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 104: 239-266.

[39] Lücke, A., Helle, G., Schleser, G.H., Figueiral, I., Mosbrugger, V., Jones, T.P. and Rowe, N.P.,(1999). Middle Miocene environmental history as reflected from carbon isotope signals from the brown coal of the Lower Rhine Embayment (Germany). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology and Palaeoecology, 154: 339-352.

[38] Hass, H. and Rowe, N.P., (1999). Thin sections and wafering. In: T.P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (Editors), Fossil plants and spores: modern techniques. Geological Society, London, London, pp. 76-81.

[37] Jones, T.P. and Rowe, N.P., (1999). Embedding techniques, adhesives and resins. In: T.P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (Editors), Fossil plants and spores: modern techniques. Geological Society, London, London, pp. 71-75.

[36] Jones, T.P. and Rowe, N.P., (1999). Plant cell walls. In: T.P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (Editors), Fossil plants and spores: modern techniques. Geological Society, London, London, pp. 116-120.

[35] Rowe, N.P., (1999). Macrophotography. In: T.P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (Editors), Fossil plants and spores: modern techniques. Geological Society, London, London, pp. 41-46.

[34] Rowe, N.P. and Jones, T.P., (1999). Introduction. In: T.P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (Editors), Fossil plants and spores: modern techniques. Geological Society, London, London, pp. 1-2.

[33] Rowe, N.P. and Jones, T.P., (1999). Locating and collecting. In: T.P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (Editors), Fossil plants and spores: modern techniques. Geological Society, London, London, pp. 5-8.

[32] Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P., (1999). Biomechanical analysis. In: T.P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (Editors), Fossil plants and spores, modern techniques. The Geological Society, London, Bath, pp. 105-109.

[31] Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P., (1999). A quantitative approach for analytically defining, growth form and habit in living and fossil plants. In: M.H. Kurmann and A.R. Hemsley (Editors), The evolution of plant architecture. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, pp. 447-479.

[30] Bateman, R.M., Crane, P.R., DiMichele, W.A., Kenrick, P., Rowe, N.P., Speck, T. and Stein, W.E.,(1998). Early evolution of land plants: phylogeny, physiology and ecology of the primary terrestrial radiation. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 29: 263-292.

[29] Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T.,(1998). Biomechanics of plant growth forms: the trouble with fossil plants. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 102: 43-62.

[28] Spatz, H.-C., Rowe, N.P., Speck, T. and Daviero, V.,(1998). Biomechanics of hollow stemmed sphenopsids: II. Calamites – to have or not to have secondary xylem. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 102: 63-77.

[27] Chabbert, B., Monties, B., Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T., (1997). Variability of lignin composition and lignification pattern in the lianescent and self-supporting growth phase of the liana Condylocarpon guianense, In: Plant Biomechanics, University of Reading, pp. 201-208.

[26] Meyer-Berthaud, B. and Rowe, N.P.,(1997). A Lower Carboniferous plant assemblage from Thuringia (Germany): Compressions. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 97: 361-379.

[25] Rowe, N.P.,(1997). Late Devonian winged preovules and their implications for the adaptive radiation of early seed plants. Palaeontology, 40: 575-595.

[24] Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T.,(1997). Biomechanics of Lycopodiella cernua and Huperzia squarrosa: implications for inferring growth habits of fossil small-bodied lycopsids. Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO, 58: 293-302.

[23] Speck, T., Neinhuis, C., Gallenmüller, F. and Rowe, N.P., (1997). Trees and shrubs in the mainly lianescent genus Aristolochia s.l.: Secondary evolution of the self-supporting habit?, In: Plant Biomechanics, University of Reading, pp. 201-208.

[22] Rowe, N.P. and Speck, T.,(1996). Biomechanical characteristics of the ontogeny and growth habit of the tropical liana Condylocarpon guianense (Apocynaceae). International Journal of Plant Science, 157: 406-417.

[21] Speck, T., Rowe, N.P., Brüchert, F., Haberer, W., Gallenmüller, F. and Spatz, H.-C., (1996). How plants adjust the « material properties » of their stems according to differing mechanical constraints during growth: An example of smart design in nature. In: A.E. Engin (Editor), Bioengineering. Proceedings of the 1996 Engineering Systems and Design and Analysis Conference, PD-Vol. 77, volume 5, ASME 1996. The American Society of Mechanical engineers, New York, pp. 233-241.

[20] Speck, T., Rowe, N.P. and Spatz, H.-C., (1996). Pflanzliche Achsen, hochkomplexe Verbundmaterialien mit erstaunlichen mechanischen Eigenschaften. In: W. Nachtigall and A. Wisser (Editors), Technische Biologie und Bionik 3, BIONA-report. Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 101 – 131.

[19] Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P.,(1994). Biomechanical analysis of Pitus dayi : Early seed plant vegetative morphology and its implications on growth habit. Journal of Plant Research, 107: 443-460.

[18] Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P., (1994). Biomechanical consequences of different stem structures in early seed plants: efficiency of the distribution of stem tissues, In: Evolution of Natural structures: Principles, strategies and models in architecture and nature. Proceedings of the III International Symposium Sonderforschungsber 230, part 9, pp. 197-202.

[17] Speck, T., Rowe, N.P. and Vogellehner, D., (1994). Growth habits in plants and their correlation with stem’s functional anatomy and biomechanics – II. Fossil plants with secondary growth. Architecture, structure, mécanique de l’arbre, 6ième Séminaire Interne, 6. LMGC, University of Montpellier, Paris/Montpellier, 167-177 pp.

[16] Galtier, J., Brown, R.E., Scott, A.C., Rex, G.M. and Rowe, N.P.,(1993). A Late Dinantian flora from Weaklaw, East Lothian, Scotland. Palaeontology, 49: 57-74.

[15] Rowe, N.P., Speck, T. and Galtier, J.,(1993). Biomechanical analysis of a Palaeozoic gymnosperm stem. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 252: 19-28.

[14] Rowe, N.P.,(1992). Winged Late Devonian seeds. Nature, 359: 682.

[13] Rowe, N.P.,(1992). The gymnosperm frond Archaeopteridium tschermakii and an associated glandular fructification from the Upper Visean Drybrook Sandstone of Great Britain. Palaeontology, 35: 875-900.

[12] Rowe, N.P.,(1992). Permineralized Tournaisian plants from Oberrödinghausen in the « Rheinisches Schiefergebirge », Germany. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 147: 127-135.

[11] Rowe, N.P., (1992). Upper Visean plant assemblages from the road section at Steinberg, near Wuppertal, Germany. In: E. Thomas (Editor), Oberdevon und Unterkarbon von Aprath im Bergischland (Nördl. Rheinisches Schiefergebirge). Verlag Sven Loga, Köln, pp. 410-427.

[10] Galtier, J. and Rowe, N.P.,(1991). A new permineralized seed-like structure from the basalmost Carboniferous of France. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen. Band, 183: 103-120.

[9] Rowe, N.P. and Galtier, J.,(1990). A Lower Carboniferous plant assemblage from La Serre (Montagne Noire, France). Part II. Gymnosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 63: 91-115.

[8] Galtier, J. and Rowe, N.P.,(1989). A primitive seed-like structure and its implications for early gymnosperm evolution. Nature, 6230: 225-227.

[7] Rowe, N.P. and Galtier, J.,(1989). A Lower Carboniferous plant assemblage from La Serre (Montagne Noire) France. Part I. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 61: 239-271.

[6] Galtier, J., Meyer-Berthaud, B. and Rowe, N.P.,(1988). Tournaisian plants from the « Lydiennes » Formation of the Montagne Noire (France). Courier ForschungsInstitut Senckenberg, 100: 109-117.

[5] Rowe, N.P.,(1988). New observations on the Lower Carboniferous pteridosperm Diplopteridium Walton and an associated synangiate organ. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 97: 125-158.

[4] Rowe, N.P.,(1988). A herbaceous lycophyte from the Lower Carboniferous Drybrook Sandstone of the forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Palaeontology, 31: 69-83.

[3] Rowe, N.P.,(1988). Two species of the lycophyte genus Eskdalia Kidston from the Drybrook Sandstone (Visean) of Great Britain. Palaeontographica, B208: 81-103.

[2] Rowe, N.P. and Galtier, J.,(1988). A large calamopityacean stem compression yielding anatomy from the Lower Carboniferous of France. Geobios, 21: 109-115.

[1] Galtier, J., Feist, R., Meyer-Berthaud, B., G., R. and Rowe, N.P.,(1987). Discovery of a Tournaisian compression flora from the lydites of the Montagne Noire (Herault, France). Compte rendu hebdomairedes séances de l’académie des sciences, Paris, 305: 647-651.

Books and edited volumes

Herrel, A., Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P. (Eds), (2006). Ecology and biomechanics: a mechanical approach to the ecology of animals and plants. Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, 334 pp.

Jones, T.P. and Rowe, N.P. (Eds), (1999). Fossil plants and spores: modern techniques. Geological Society Special Volumes. Geological Society, London, London, 396 pp.

Speck, T. and Rowe, N.P. (Eds), (1998). Modelling form and function in fossil plants. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Special Issue, 102. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 114 pp.

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