Anne Bruneau – publications

  • Foucher, F., L. Hibrand-Saint Oyant, L. Hamama, S. Sakr, S. Baudino, J.P. Caissard, J.M.S. Smulder, T. Debener, J. De Riek, A. Torres, T. Millan, I. Amaya, D. Zamir, D. Sargent, H. Nybom, S.C. Hokanson, D.M. Byrne, B. Desnoyé, A. Bruneau, S. Matsumoto, K. Yamada, P. Wincker, J. Gouzy, M. Bendahmane, O. Raymond, P. Vergne, A. Dubois et J. Just. 2015. Towards the rose genome sequence and its use in research and breeding. Acta Horticulturae, 1064: 167-175.
  • Gagnon, E., C.E. Hughes, G.P. Lewis et A. Bruneau. 2015. A new cryptic species in a new cryptic genus in the Caesalpinia group (Leguminosae) from the seasonally dry inter-Andean valleys of South America. Taxon, 64 (3): 468-490.
  • Castellanos, C., G.P. Lewis, H. Banks, R. Steeves et A. Bruneau. 2014. Orphanodendron grandiflorum, una nueva especie de leguminosa (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae) de los Andes de Colombia. Brittonia, 67 (1): 37-42.
  • de la Estrella, M., J. J. Wieringa, B. Mackinder, X. van der Burgt, J.A. Devesa et A. Bruneau. 2014. Phylogenetic analysis of the African genus Gilbertiodendron J. Léonard and related genera (Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae- Detarieae). International Journal of Plant Sciences, 175 (8): 975–985.
  • Fougere-Danezan, M., S. Joly, A. Bruneau, X.F. Gao et L.B. Zhang. 2014. Phylogeny and biogeography of wild roses with specific attention to polyploids. Annals of Botany, 115 (2): 275-291.
  • Cuerrier, A., M. Archambault, M. Rapinski et A. Bruneau. 2014. Taxonomy of Rhodiola rosae L., with special attention to molecular analyses of Nunavik (Québec) populations. In Cuerrier, A. et K. Ampong-Nyarko (édit.), Rhodiola rosea. CRC Press, chapitre 1: 1-33.
  • Lewis, W.H., B. Ertter et A. Bruneau. 2014. Rosa L. In Brouillet, L. (édit.), Flora of North America volume 9. Magnolipphyta: Picramniaceae to Rosaceae. Oxford University Press, Roseaceae: 75-119.
  • Bruneau, A., B. Klitgaard, G. Prenner, M. Fougère-Danezan & S. C. Tucker. 2014. Floral evolution in the Detarieae (Leguminosae): phylogenetic evidence for labile floral development in an early diverging legume lineage. International Journal of Plant Sciences 175: 392–417, DOI: 10.1086/675574.
  • Babineau, M., E. Gagnon & A. Bruneau. 2013. Phylogenetic utility of 19 low copy nuclear genes in closely related genera and species of caesalpinioid legumes. South African Journal of Botany 89: 94-105.
  • Gagnon, E., G. P. Lewis, S. Sotuyo, C. E. Hughes & A. Bruneau. 2013. A molecular phylogeny of Caesalpinia sensu lato: increased sampling reveals new insights and more genera than expected. South African Journal of Botany 89: 111-127.
  • Joly, S., T.J. Davies, A. Archambault, A. Bruneau, A. Derry, S. Kembel, P. Peres-Neto, J. Vamosi & T. Wheeler. 2013. Barcoding in the age of ecoinformatics: The resource, the promise, and the challenges ahead. Molecular Ecology Resources 14: 221–232.
  • Legume Phylogeny Working Group. 2013. Legume phylogeny and classification in the 21st century: progress, prospects and lessons. Taxon 62: 217-248.
  • Legume Phylogeny Working Group. 2013. Towards a new classification system for legumes: Progress report from the 6th International Legume Conference. South African Journal of Botany 89: 3-9.
  • Mackinder, B.A., H. Saslis-Lagoudakis, J.J. Wieringa, D. Devey, F. Forest & A. Bruneau. 2013. The tropical African legume Scorodophloeus clade includes two undescribed Hymenostegia segregate genera and Micklethwaitia, a rare, monospecific genus from Mozambique. South African Journal of Botany 89: 156-163.
  • Zimmerman, E., G. Prenner & A. Bruneau. 2013. Floral ontogeny in Dialiinae (Caesalpinioideae: Cassieae), a study in organ loss and instability. South African Journal of Botany 89: 188-209. Recipient of the Taylor Steeves award from the Canadian Botanical Association for being the best article written by a student in the field of morphology, structure and plant development (2014)
  • Zimmerman, E., G. Prenner & A. Bruneau. 2013. Floral morphology of Apuleia leiocarpa (Caesalpinioideae: Cassieae), an unusual andromonoecious legume. International Journal of Plant Sciences 174: 154-160. Recipient of the Taylor Steeves award from the Canadian Botanical Association for being the best article written by a student in the field of morphology, structure and plant development (2013).
  • Manzanilla, V. & A. Bruneau. 2012. Phylogeny reconstruction in the Caesalpinieae grade (Leguminosae) based on duplicated copies of the sucrose synthase gene and plastid markers. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65: 149-162.
  • Moore, G. & 47 autres. 2010. Acacia, the 2011 Nomenclature Section in Melbourne, and beyond. Taxon 59: 1188-1195.
  • Fougère-Danezan, M., P. S. Herendeen, S. Maumont & A. Bruneau. 2010. Morphological evolution in the variable resin-producing Detarieae (Leguminosae): Do morphological characters retain a phylogenetic signal? Annals of Botany 105: 311-325.
  • Redden, K.M., P. S. Herendeen, K. J. Wurdack & A. Bruneau. 2010. Phylogenetic relationships of the Northeastern South American Brownea clade of tribe Detarieae (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae) based on morphology and molecular data. Systematic Botany 35: 524-533.
  • Sinou, C., F. Forest, G. P. Lewis & A. Bruneau. 2009. The genus Bauhinia s. l. (Leguminosae): a phylogeny based on the plastid trnL-F region. Botany 87: 947-960.
  • Joly, S. & A. Bruneau. 2009. Measuring Branch Support in Species Trees Obtained by Gene Tree Parsimony Systematic Biology 58: 100-113. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/syp013
  • Bello, M. A., A. Bruneau, F. Forest & J. Hawkins. 2009. Elusive relationships within order Fabales: phylogenetic analyses using matK and rbcL sequence data. Systematic Botany 34: 102-114.
  • Bruneau, A., M. Mercure, G. P. Lewis & P. S. Herendeen. 2008. Phylogenetic patterns and diversification in caesalpinioid legumes. Botany 86: 697-718.
  • Graham, S. W. & A. Bruneau (éditeurs invités). 2008. The state of plant systematics research. Botany 86 (7): vii-x.
  • Mercure, M. & A. Bruneau. 2008. Hybridization between the escaped Rosa rugosa (Rosaceae) and the native R. blanda in eastern North America. American Journal of Botany 95: 597-607.
  • Thompson, S. L., A. Bruneau & K. Ritland. 2008. Three-gene identity coefficients demonstrate that clonality promotes inbreeding and spatial relatedness in yellow-cedar, Callitropsis nootkatensis. Evolution 62-10: 2570-2579.
  • Starr, J. R., G. Gravel, A. Bruneau & A. M. Muasya. 2007. Phylogenetic implications of a unique 5.8S nrDNA insertion in Cyperaceae. Aliso 23: 84-98.
  • Gauthier, M.-P., D. Barabé & A. Bruneau. 2008. Molecular phylogeny of the genus Philodendron (Araceae): delimitation and infrageneric classification. Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society 156: 13-27.
  • Fougère-Danezan, M., S. Maumont & A. Bruneau. 2007. Relationships among resin producing Detarieae s.l. (Leguminosae) as inferred by molecular data. Systematic Botany 32: 748-761.
  • Joly, S. & A. Bruneau. 2007. Delimiting species boundaries in Rosa sect. Cinnamomeae (Rosaceae) in Eastern North America. Systematic Botany 32: 819-836.
  • Bruneau, A., J. R. Starr & S. Joly. 2007. Phylogenetic relationships in the genus Rosa: new evidence from chloroplast DNA sequences and an appraisal of current knowledge. Systematic Botany 32: 366-378.
  • Joly, S. & A. Bruneau. 2006. Incorporating allelic variation for reconstructing the evolutionary history of organisms from multiple genes: an example from Rosa in North America. Systematic Biology 55: 623-636.
  • Joly, S., J. R. Starr, W. H. Lewis & A. Bruneau. 2006. Polyploid and hybrid evolution in roses east of the Rocky Mountains. American Journal of Botany 93: 412-425.
  • Bruneau, A., S. Joly, J. R. Starr & J.-N. Drouin. 2005. Molecular markers indicate that the narrow Québec endemics, Rosa rousseauiorum and R. williamsii, are synonymous with the widespread R. blanda. Canadian Journal of Botany 83: 366-398.
  • Forest, F., V. Savolainen, M. W. Chase, R. Lupia, A. A. Bruneau & P. R. Crane. 2005. Teasing apart molecular versus fossil-based error estimates when dating phylogenetic trees: a case study in the birch family (Betulaceae). Systematic Botany 30: 118-133.
  • Archambault, A. & A. Bruneau. 2004. Phylogenetic utility of the LEAFY/FLORICAULA gene in the Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae): gene duplication and a novel insertion. Systematic Botany 29: 609-626.
  • Barabé, A., C. Lacroix, A. Bruneau, A. Archambault & M. Gibernau. 2004. Floral development and phylogenetic position of Schismatoglottis (Araceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 165: 173-189.
  • Joly, S. & A. Bruneau. 2004. Evolutionary significance of the multiple origins of triploidy in Apios americana Medik. as revealed by genealogical analysis of the H3-D histone gene. Evolution 58: 282-295.
  • Tam, S.-M., P. C. Boyce, T. M. Upson, D. Barabé, A. Bruneau, F. Forest & J. S. Parker. 2004. Intergeneric and infrafamilial phylogeny of subfamily Monsteroideae (Araceae) revealed by chloroplast trnL-F sequences. American Journal of Botany 91: 490-498.
  • Herendeen, P. S., G. P. Lewis & A. Bruneau. 2003. Floral morphology in caesalpinioid legumes: testing the monophyly of the “Umtiza” clade. International Journal of Plant Sciences 164: S393-S407.
  • Banks, H., B. B. Klitgaard, G. P. Lewis, P. R. Crane & A. Bruneau. 2003. Pollen and the systematics of tribes Caesalpinieae and Cassieae (Caesalpinioideae). Pp. 95-122, Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 10, eds. B. B. Klitgaard & A. Bruneau. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  • Eckert, C. G, K. Lui, K. Bronson, P. Corradini, & A. Bruneau. 2003. Population genetic consequences of extreme variation in sexual and clonal reproduction in an aquatic plant. Molecular Ecology 12: 331-344.
  • Fougère-Danezan, M., S. Maumont & A. Bruneau. 2003. Phylogenetic relationships in resin-producing Detarieae inferred from molecular data and preliminary results for a biogeographic hypothesis. Pp. 161-180, Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 10, eds. B. B. Klitgaard & A. Bruneau. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  • Herendeen, P. S., A. Bruneau & G. P. Lewis. 2003. Phylogenetic relationships in the caesalpinioid legumes: a preliminary analysis based on morphological and molecular data. Pp. 37-62, Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 10, eds. B. B. Klitgaard & A. Bruneau. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  • Klitgaard, B. B. & A. Bruneau (editors). 2003. Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 10, Higher level phylogenetics. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 422 pp, 19 contributed papers.
  • Wyman, J., A. Bruneau, & M-F. Tremblay. 2003. Microsatellite analysis of genetic diversity in four populations of Populus tremuloïdes Michx. In Quebec. Canadian Journal of Botany 81: 360-367.
  • Gervais, G. Y. F. & A. Bruneau. 2002. Phylogenetic analysis of a polyphyletic African genus of Caesalpinioideae (Fabaceae): Monopetalanthus Harms. Plant Systematics and Evolution 235: 19-34.
  • St-Laurent, L., J. Livesey, J. T. Arnason & A. Bruneau. 2002. Variation in L-dopa concentration in accessions of Mucuna pruriens (L.) DC. and in Mucuna brachycarpa Rech. Pp 352-375, Proceedings of the International Workshop “Food and Feed from Mucuna: Current Uses and the Way Forward”, eds. M. B. Flores, M. Eilittä, R. Myhrman, L. B. Carew & R. J. Carsky. CIDICCO, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
  • Barabé, A., A. Bruneau, F. Forest & C. Lacroix. 2002. The correlation between development of atypical bisexual flowers and phylogeny in the Aroideae (Araceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 232: 1-19.
  • Corradini, P., C. Edelin, A. Bruneau & A. Bouchard. 2002. Architectural and genotypic variability in the clonal shrub Taxus canadensis, as determined from random amplified polymorphic DNA and amplified length polymorphism. Journal Canadien de Botanique 80: 205-219.
  • Bruneau, A., F. Forest, P. S. Herendeen, B. B. Klitgaard, & G. P. Lewis. 2001. Phylogenetic relationships in the Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae) as inferred from chloroplast trnL intron sequences. Systematic Botany 26: 487-514.
  • Forest, F., J. N. Drouin, R. Charest, L. Brouillet & A. Bruneau. 2001. A morphological phylogenetic analysis of Aesculus L. and Billia Peyr. (Sapindaceae). Journal Canadien de Botanique 79: 154-169.
  • Joly, S., L. Brouillet & A. Bruneau. 2001. Phylogenetic implications of the multiple losses of the mitochondrial coxIIi1 intron in the angiosperms. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 359-373.
  • Bruneau, A., F. J. Breteler, J. J. Wieringa, G. Y. F. Gervais & F. Forest. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships in tribes Macrolobieae and Detarieae as inferred from chloroplast trnL intron sequences. Pp. 121-150 in P. S. Herendeen & A. Bruneau (editors), Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 9. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  • Forest, F. & A. Bruneau. 2000. Phylogenetic analysis, organization, and molecular evolution of the nontranscribed spacer of 5S ribosomal RNA genes Corylus (Betulaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 161: 793-806.
  • Forest, F., J. N. Drouin, R. Charest, L. Brouillet & A. Bruneau. 2000. A morphological phylogenetic analysis of Aesculus L. and Billia Peyr. (Sapindaceae). Canadian Journal of Botany. In press.
  • Herendeen, P. S. & A. Bruneau (editors). 2000. Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 9. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 363 pp.
  • Luckow, M., P., P. J. White & A. Bruneau. 2000. Relationships among the basal genera of mimosoid legumes. Pp. 165-180 in P. S. Herendeen & A. Bruneau (editors), Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 9. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

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