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Edited volumes

  • Abbott RJ, Ritchie M and Hollingsworth PM (eds) (2008) Speciation in plants and animals: pattern and process. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, vol 363. 

  • Ennos RA and Hollingsworth PM (eds) (2003). Plant Conservation in Scotland. Botanical Journal of Scotland, volume 55.

  • Hollingsworth PM, Bateman RM and Gornall RJ (eds) (1999). Molecular systematics and plant evolution. Taylor & Francis: London

Papers 

2013

  • Ruhsam M, Hollingsworth PM, Ennos, RA. (2013). Patterns of mating, generation of diversity and fitness of offspring in a Geum hybrid swarm. Evolution 67 2728-2740

  • Wulff A, Hollingsworth PM, Ahrends A, Jaffre T, Veillon JM, L'Huillier L, Fogliani B (2013). Conservation priorities in a biodiversity hotspot: analysis of narrow endemic plant species in New Caledonia. PLoS One 8, e73371

  • Fuentes-Utrilla P, Venturas M, Hollingsworth PM, Squirrell J, Collada C, Stone GN, Gil L (2013). Extending glacial refugia for a European tree: genetic markers show that Iberian populations  of white elm of are relicts and not introductions. Heredity doi,10.1038/hdy.2013.81

  • Neaves LE, Whitlock R, Piertney SR, Burke T, Butlin RK, Hollingsworth PM (2013).  Implications of climate change for genetic diversity and evolvability in the UK. Terrestrial biodiversity Climate Change Impacts Report Card, Technical paper 15. http://www.lwec.org.uk/sites/default/files/Genetics.pdf

  • Flagmeier M, Long DG, Genney DR, Hollingsworth PM, Woodin SJ (2013). Regeneration capacity of oceanic-montane liverworts: implications for community distribution and conservation.  Journal of Bryology 35, 12-19

  • IUCN/SSC (2013). Guidelines for Reintroductions and Other Conservation Translocations.  Version 1.0. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN Speicies Survival Commission http://data.iucn.org/dbtw-wpd/edocs/2013-009.pdf

  •  Flagmeier M, Long DG, Genney DR, Hollingsworth PM, Ross LC, Woodin SJ (2013). Fifty years of vegetation change in oceanic-montane liverwort-rich heath in Scotland. Plant Ecology & Diversity, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17550874.2013.817487#UsOctLTfRT4

  • Neaves LE, Hollingsworth PM (2013). The Scottish wildcat (Felis silvestris) - unpublished report http://rbg-web2.rbge.org.uk/NERCKe/Wildcat%20review.pdf  

2012

  • Ellis C, Coppins BJ, Hollingsworth PM (2012). Tree fungus: Lichens under threat from ash dieback. Nature 491, (7426),672-672

  • Crichton RJ, Dalrymple SE,Hollingworth PM (2012). Horticultural protocols to aid the conservation of Melampyrum sylvaticum, Orobanchaceae (Small cow-wheat), an endangered hemiparasitic plant. Sibbaldia 10, 57-69

  • Bell, D, Long DG,  Forrest AD,  Hollingsworth ML,  Blom HH and  Hollingsworth PM (2012). DNA barcoding European Herbertus (Marchantiopsida, Herbertaceae) and the discovery and description of a new species. Molecular Ecology Resources 12, 36-47,672

  • Crichton RJ, Squirrell J, Woodin SJ, Dalrymple SE, Hollingsworth PM (2012). Isolation of microsatellite primers for Melampyrum sylvaticum (Orobanchaceae), an endangered plant in the United Kingdom. American Journal of Botany 99, e457-459

  • Fazekas, AJ,  Kuzmina M,  Newmaster Steven G, and  Hollingsworth PM (2012). DNA barcoding methods for land plants.  Methods in Molecular Biology 858 223-252 

  • Ennos RA, Whitlock R, Fay MF, Jones B, Neaves L, Payne R, Taylor I, DeVere N, Hollingsworth PM (2012). Process-Based Species Action Plans: an approach to conserve contemporary evolutionary processes that sustain diversity in taxonomically complex groups. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 168, 194-203

  •  Gaudeul, M, Rouhan, G, Gardner, MF and Hollingsworth, PM (2012). AFLP markers provide insights into the evolutionary relationships and diversification of New Caledonian Araucaria species (Araucariaceae). American Journal of Botany 99, 68–81

  • Kettle CJ,  Ennos RA,  Jaffre T,  McCoy S,  Le-Borgne T,  Gardner MF, and  Hollingsworth PM (2012). Importance of demography and dispersal for the resilience and restoration of a critically endangered tropical conifer Araucaria  nemorosa. Diversity and Distributions 18, 248-259

  • Milne JM, Helfer S, Kirk C, Hollingsworth PM, Ennos RA (2012). Molecular evidence indicates that sub-arctic willow communities in Scotland support a diversity of host-associated Melampsora rust taxa. Fungal Biology 116, 603-612

  • Schoch CL, Seifert KA, and Fungal Barcoding Consortium (2012). Nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region as a universal DNA barcode marker for Fungi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109, 6241-6246 www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1117018109

  • Wulff A, Hollingsworth PM, Haugstetter J, Piquet M, L’Huillier M, Fogliani B (2012). Ten nuclear microsatellites markers cross-amplifying in Scaevola montana and S. coccinea (Goodeniaceae), a locally common and a narrow endemic plant species of ultramafic scrublands in New Caledonia. Conservation Genetics Resources 4, 725-728

2011

  • Hollingsworth, PM (2011) Refining the DNA barcode for land plants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108, 19451-19452

  • Hollingsworth PM, Graham SW and Little DP (2011) Choosing and using a plant DNA barcode. PLoSONE 6, e19254

  • Iason GI,  Moore B,  Russell J,  Hollingsworth PM and  Ennos R (2011) Reappraisal of our zones of genetic conservation of Caledonian Scots pinewood. Pages 18-19 in G. I. Iason, editor. Woodland Biodiversity. Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Aberdeen

  • Kelly L, Hollingsworth PM, Coppins B, Ellis C, Harrold P, Tosh J and Yahr R (2011) DNA barcoding of lichenized fungi demonstrates high identification success in a floristic context. New Phytologist 191, 288-300

  • Kettle CJ,  Ghazoul J,  Ashton PS, Cannon CH ,  Chong L,  Diway B,  Faridah E,  Harrison R,  Hector A,  Hollingsworth PM,  Kartawinata K,  Khoo E,  Kitayama K,  Koh LP,  Marshall AJ,  Maycock CR,  Nanami S, Paoli G ,  Burslem DFRP and  Potts MD. (2011) Seeing the fruit for the trees in Borneo. Conservation Letters 4, 184-191

  • Kettle CJ,  Hollingsworth PM,  Burslem DFRP, Maycock CR ,  Khoo E and  Ghazoul J. (2011) Determinants of fine-scale spatial genetic structure in three co-occurring rain forest canopy trees in Borneo. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13, 47-56

  • Kettle CJ,  Maycock C,  Ghazoul J,  Hollingsworth PM, Khoo E, Haji-Sukri R and  Burslem D. (2011) Flower size and differential pollination success in tropical forest trees. PLoS ONE 6, e16111

  • Ruhsam M, Hollingsworth PM and Ennos RA (2011) Genetic and phenotypic analysis of a hybrid swarm between Geum urbanum and G. rivale, plant taxa with contrasting mating systems. Heredity 107, 246-255

  • Squirrell J,  Hollingsworth PM,  Beaton J,  Sim D and  Iason GI (2011). Clonal diversity and distribution of Pyrola media in Scotland. Pages 4-5 in GI Iason, editor. Woodland Biodiversity. Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Aberdeen

2010

  • Ruhsam M, Hollingsworth PM, Squirrell J, Ennos RA (2010) Significant differences in outcrossing rate, self-incompatibility and inbreeding depression between two widely hybridising species of Geum. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101, 977-990

  • Kettle CJ, Ghazoul J, Ashton PS, Cannon CH, Chong L, Diway B, Faridah E, Harrison R, Hector A, Hollingsworth P, Koh LP, Khoo E, Kitayama K, Kartawinata K, Marshall AJ, Maycock CR, Nanami S, Paoli G, Potts MD, Sheil D, Tan S, Tomoaki I, Webb C, Yamakura T, Burslem DFRP (2010) Mass Fruiting in Borneo: A Missed Opportunity. Science 330, 584

  • Fazekas AJ, Steeves R, Newmaster SG, Hollingsworth PM  (2010). Stopping the stutter: Improvements in sequence quality from regions with mononucleotide repeats can increase the usefulness of non-coding regions for DNA barcoding. Taxon 59, 694-697

  • Goodall-Copestake W, Perez-Espona S, Harris D, Hollingsworth PM (2010) The early evolution of the mega-diverse genus Begonia (Begoniaceae) inferred from organelle DNA phylogenies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101, 243–250

  • Grundmann M, Rumsey FJ, Ansell SW, Russell SJ, Darwin SC, Vogel JC, Spencer M, Squirrell J, Hollingsworth PM, Ortiz S, Schneider H.  (2010) Phylogeny and taxonomy of the bluebell genus Hyacinthoides, Asparagaceae [Hyacinthaceae]. Taxon 59, 68-82

2009

  • Ford CS, Ayres KL, Toomey N, Haider N, Stahl JVA, Kelly LK, Wikström N, Hollingsworth PM, Duff RJ, Hoot SB, Cowan RS, Chase MW and Wilkinson MJ (2009) Selection of candidate coding DNA barcoding regions for use on land plants. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 159, 1-11

  • Goodall-Copestake W, Harris D, Hollingsworth PM (2009) The origin of a mega-diverse plant genus – dating Begonia divergence using alternative calibrations and relaxed phylogenetics. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 159, 363-380

  • Hollingsworth ML, Clark A, Forrest LL, Richardson JE, Pennington RT, Long D, Cowan R, Chase MW, Gaudeul M, Hollingsworth PM (2009) Selecting barcoding loci for plants: evaluation of seven candidate loci with species level sampling in three divergent groups of land plants. Molecular Ecology Resources 9, 439-457

  • Kohn D, Hulme PE, Hollingsworth PM, Butler A (2009) Are native bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) at risk from alien congenerics? Evidence from distributions and co-occurrence in Scotland. Biological Conservation 142, 61-74

2008

  • Westergaard KB, Alsos IG, Ehrich D, Hollingsworth PM, Brochmann C (2008) Genetic diversity and distinctiveness in Scottish alpine plants. Plant Ecology and Diversity 1, 329-338

  • French GC, Hollingsworth PM, Silverside AJ and Ennos RA. (2008) Genetics, taxonomy and the conservation of British Euphrasia. Conservation Genetics 9, 1547-1562

  • Abbott RJ, Ritchie M, Hollingsworth PM (2008) Introduction: Speciation in plants and animals: pattern and process. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 363, 2965-2970

  • Hughes M, Hollingsworth PM (2008) Population genetic divergence corresponds with species-level biodiversity patterns in the large genus Begonia. Molecular Ecology 17 2643-2651
  • Kettle, C.K., R.A. Ennos, T. Jaffre, M.F. Gardner & P.M. Hollingsworth (2008) Cryptic genetic bottlenecks during restoration of an endangered tropical conifer. Biological Conservation 141, 1953-1961

2007

  • Stamati K, Hollingsworth PM, Russell J. (2007) Patterns of clonal diversity in three species of sub-arctic willow (Salix lanata, Salix lapponum and Salix herbacea). Plant Systematics and Evolution 269, 75-88

  • Hollingsworth PM. (2007) DNA barcoding: potential users. Genomics Society and Policy 3, 44-47

  • Kettle CJ, Hollingsworth PM, Jaffré T, Moran B, and Ennos RA (2007) Identifying the early genetic consequences of habitat degradation in a highly threatened tropical conifer, Araucaria nemorosa de Laub. Molecular Ecology 16, 3581-3591

  • Chase MW, Cowan RS, Hollingsworth PM, van den Berg C, Madrinan S, Petersen G, Seberg O, Jorgsensen T, Cameron KM, Carine M, Pedersen N, Hedderson TAJ, Conrad F, Salazar GA, Richardson JE, Hollingsworth ML, Barraclough TG, Kelly L and Wilkinson M (2007) A proposal for a standard protocol to barcode all land plants. Taxon 56, 295-299

  • Woodhead, M., Russell, J., Squirrell, J., Hollingsworth, P.M., Cardle, L., Gibby, M. and Powell, W. (2007) Development of EST-derived microsatellite markers for Arabidopsis thaliana subspecies petraea (L.) Molecular Ecology Notes 7, 631-634

2006

  • Milne JM, Ennos RA and Hollimgsworth PM (2006) Vegetation influence on ectomycorrhizal inoculum available to sub-arctic willow (Salix lapponum L.) planted in an upland site. Botanical Journal of Scotland 58, 19 - 34

  • Squirrell, J., Hollingsworth, P.M., Sears, J., Banks, B., Ferry, B. and de Graaf, D. Th. (2006) Assessment of genetic diversity in populations of Crepis foetida L. (Asteraceae). Watsonia 26, 121-126

  • Oliver C, Hollingsworth PM, Gornall RJ (2006) Chloroplast DNA phylogeography of the arctic-montane species Saxifraga hirculus (Saxifragaceae). Heredity 96, 222-231

  • Hollingsworth PM, Squirrell J, Hollingsworth ML, Richards AJ, Bateman RM (2006) Taxonomic complexity, conservation and recurrent origins of self-pollination in Epipactis (Orchidaceae). In: Contributions to taxonomic research on the British and European Flora (ed. Bailey JP). BSBI, London.

  • Long DG, Paton JA, Squirrell J, Woodhead M, Hollingsworth PM (2006) Morphological, ecological and genetic evidence for two species in one: Anastrophyllum joergensenii Schiffn. and A. alpinum Steph. (Hepaticae; Lophoziaceae). Journal of Bryology 28, 108-117

2005

  • Ennos RA, French GC, Hollingsworth PM (2005) Conserving taxonomic complexity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20, 164-168

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM, Squirrell J, Hollingsworth ML (2005) Tribe Neottiaeae: Phylogenetics. In: Genera Orchidacearum, volume 4 (eds. Pridgeon AM, Cribb PJ, Chase MW, Rasmussen FN), pp. 487-495. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

  • Forrest LL, Hughes M, Hollingsworth PM (2005) A phylogeny of Begonia using nuclear ribosomal sequence data and non-molecular characters. Systematic Botany 30, 671-682

  • French GC, Corner RWM, Roberts FJ, Hollingsworth PM (2005) Clonal diversity in two recently discovered English populations of Carex vaginata Tausch (Cyperaceae). Watsonia 25, 389-395

  • French GC, Ennos RA, Silverside AJ, Hollingsworth PM (2005) The relationship between flower size, inbreeding coefficient and inferred selfing rate in British Euphrasia species. Heredity 94, 44-51

  • Goodall-Copestake W, Hollingsworth ML, Hollingsworth PM, Jenkins G, Collin E (2005) Molecular markers and ex situ conservation of the European elms (Ulmus spp.). Biological Conservation. 122 537-546

  • Hollingsworth PM, Dawson IK, Goodall-Copestake W, et al. (2005) Do farmers reduce genetic diversity when they domesticate tropical trees? A case study from Amazonia. Molecular Ecology. 14 497-501

  • Woodhead M, Russell J, Squirrell J, Hollingsworth PM et al. (2005) Comparative analysis of population genetic structure in Athryium distentifolium (Pteridophyta) using AFLPs and SSRs from anonymous and transcribed genomic regions. Molecular Ecology. 14 1681-1695

2004

  • Hollingsworth PM, Ennos RA (2004) Neighbour joining trees, dominant markers and population genetic structure. Heredity 92, 490-498

  • Forrest A, Hollingsworth ML, Hollingsworth PM, Sydes C, Bateman RM (2004) Population genetic structure in European populations of Spiranthes romanzoffiana set in the context of other published studies on the Orchidaceae. Heredity 92, 218-227

  • Robertson A, Hollingsworth PM, Kettle CJ, Ennos RA, Gardner MF (2004) Characterisation of nuclear microsatellites in New Caledonian Araucaria species. Molecular Ecology Notes 4, 62-63

  • Squirrell J, Woodhead M, Hollingsworth PM, et al. (2004) Isolation of polymorphic microsatellite markers for the Alpine Lady Fern, Athyrium distentifolium Tausch ex Opiz, from an enriched genomic library. Conservation Genetics 5, 283-286

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM (2004) Morphological and molecular investigation of the parentage and maternity of Anacamptis x albuferensis ( A. fragrans x A. robusta), a new hybrid orchid from Mallorca, Spain. Taxon 53, 43-54

  • Collin E, Rusanen M, Ackzell L, Bohnens J, Aguiar D-A, Diamandis S, Franke A, Gil L, Harvengt L, Hollingsworth PM et al., (2004) Methods and progress in the conservation of elm genetic resources in Europe. Investigacion Agraria: Sistemas y Recurso s Forestales 13, 261-272

2003

  • Squirrell J, Hollingsworth PM, Woodhead M, Russell J, Lowe A, Gibby M, et al (2003). How much effort is required to isolate nuclear microsatellites from plants? Molecular Ecology 12, 1339-1348

  • Forrest LL, Hollingsworth PM (2003) A recircumscription of Begonia based on nuclear ribosomal sequences. Plant Systematics and Evolution 241, 193-211

  • French GC, Hollingsworth PM, Ennos RA (2003) A set of polymorphic microsatellite markers for British Euphrasia species. Molecular Ecology Notes 3, 626-628

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM, Preston J, Luo Y-b, Pridgeon AM, Chase MW (2003). Molecular phylogenetics and evolution of the Orchidinae and selected Habenariinae (Orchidaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 142, 1-40

  • Hughes M, Hollingsworth PM, Miller AG (2003). Population genetic structure in the endemic Begonia of the Socotran archipelago. Biological Conservation 113, 277-284

  • Hollingsworth PM (2003). Taxonomic complexity, population genetics, and plant conservation in Scotland. Botanical Journal of Scotland 55, 55-63

  • Woodhead M, Russell J, Squirrell J, Hollingsworth PM, Cardle L, Ramsay L, et al (2003). Development of EST-SSRS from the Alpine Lady-fern, Athyrium distentifolium. Molecular Ecology Notes 3, 287-290

2002

  • Squirrell J, Hollingsworth PM, Bateman RM, Tebbitt MC, Hollingsworth ML (2002). Taxonomic complexity and breeding system transitions: conservation genetics of the Epipactis leptochila complex (Orchidaceae). Molecular Ecology 11, 1957-1964

  • Herbert J, Hollingsworth PM, Gardner MF, Mill RR, Thomas PI, Jaffré T (2002). Conservation genetics and phylogenetics of New Caledonian Retrophyllum (Podocarpaceae) species. New Zealand Journal of Botany 40, 175-188

  • Hughes M, Russell J, Hollingsworth PM (2002). Polymorphic microsatellite markers for the Socotran endemic herb Begonia socotrana. Molecular Ecology Notes 2, 159-160

  • Hughes M, Hollingsworth PM, Squirrell J (2002). Isolation of polymorphic microsatellite markers for Begonia sutherlandii Hook. f. Molecular Ecology Notes 2, 185-185

2001

  • Provan J, Powell W, Hollingsworth PM (2001). Chloroplast microsatellites: new tools for studies in plant ecology and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16, 142-147

  • Richardson JE, Pennington RT, Pennington TD, Hollingsworth PM (2001). Recent and rapid diversification of a species rich neotropical rain forest tree genus. Science 293, 2242-2245

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM, Preston J, Yi-Bo L, Pridgeon AM, Chase MW (2001). Orchideae: Phylogenetics. In: Pridgeon AM, Cribb PJ, Chase MW, Rasmussen FN (eds) Genera Orchidacearum, Volume 2 Orchidoideae (part one), Oxford University Press: Oxford. pp 224-232

  • Squirrell J, Hollingsworth PM, Bateman RM, Dickson JH, Light MHS, MacConaill M, et al (2001). Partitioning and diversity of nuclear and organelle markers in native and introduced populations of Epipactis helleborine (Orchidaceae). American Journal of Botany 88, 1409-1418 errata

  • Hollingsworth PM, Bateman RM (2001). Comparison of types of molecular data suitable for delimiting species. In: Bateman RM - Evolution and classification of European orchids:insights from molecular and morphological characters, Journal Europaischer Orchideen 33,46-53 (33-119)

2000

  • Coleman M, Hollingsworth ML, Hollingsworth PM (2000). The application of RAPDs to the critical taxonomy of the English endemic elm Ulmus plotii Druce. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 133, 241-262

  • Hollingsworth PM, Hollingsworth ML, Coleman M (2000). The European elms: molecular markers, population genetics and biosystematics. In: Dunn C (eds) The elms: breeding, conservation and disease management, Kluwer: London. pp 3-20

1999

  • Hollingsworth PM, Swan GA (1999). Genetic differentiation and hybridisation among subspecies of Deergrass (Trichophorum cespitosum) in Northumberland. Watsonia 22, 235-242

  • Hollingsworth ML, Bailey JP, Hollingsworth PM, Ferris C (1999). Hybridisation and chloroplast DNA variation amongst some invasive Fallopia (Polygonaceae) species. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 129, 139-154

  • Preston CD, Hollingsworth PM, Gornall RJ (1999). The distribution and habitat of Potamogeton x suecicus K. Richt. ( P. filiformis Pers. x P. pectinatus L.) in the British Isles. Watsonia 22, 329-342

1998

  • Gornall RJ, Hollingsworth PM, Preston CD (1998). Evidence for spatial structure and directional gene flow in a population of an aquatic plant, Potamogeton coloratus (Potamogetonaceae). Heredity 80, 414-420

  • Hollingsworth PM, Tebbitt M, Watson KJ, Gornall RJ (1998). Conservation genetics of an arctic species, Saxifraga rivularis, in Britain. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 128, 1-14

  • Hollingsworth PM, Preston CD, Gornall RJ (1998). Lack of detectable isozyme variability in British populations of Potamogeton epihydrus. Aquatic Botany 60, 433-437

  • Hollingsworth PM, Preston CD, Gornall RJ (1998). Euploid and aneuploid evolution in Potamogeton (Potamogetonaceae)- a factual basis for interpretation. Aquatic Botany 60, 337-358

  • Preston CD, Hollingsworth PM, Gornall RJ (1998). Potamogeton pectinatus L. x P. vaginatus Turcz. (P . x bottnicus Hagstr.), a newly identified hybrid in the British Isles. Watsonia 22, 69-82

  • Preston CD, Bailey JP, Hollingsworth PM (1998). A reassessment of the hybrid Potamogeton x gessnacensis G. Fisch. ( P. natans x P. polygonifolius, Potamogetonaceae) in Britain. Watsonia 22, 61-68

  • Hollingsworth ML, Hollingsworth PM, Jenkins GI, Bailey JP, Ferris C (1998). The use of molecular markers to study patterns of genotypic diversity in some invasive alien Fallopia spp. (Polygonaceae). Molecular Ecology 17, 1681-1692  

1997 

  • Hart ML, Bailey JP, Hollingsworth PM, Watson KJ (1997). Sterile species and fertile hybrids of Japanese Knotweeds along the River Kelvin. Glasgow Naturalist 23, 18-22

  • Cameron HM, Dickson JH, Hollingsworth PM (1997). Colonisation of an urban habitat - native orchids on the University of Glasgow campus. Glasgow Naturalist 23, 5-7

  • Hollingsworth PM, Dickson JH (1997). Genetic variation in rural and urban populations of Epipactis helleborine (Orchidaceae) in Britain. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 123, 321-331 

1996 

  • Hollingsworth PM, Preston CD, Gornall RJ (1996). Genetic variability in two hydrophilous species of Potamogeton (Potamogetonaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 202, 233-254

  • Hollingsworth PM, Preston CD, Gornall RJ (1996). Isozyme evidence for the parentage and multiple origins of Potamogeton x suecicus (P. pectinatus x P. filiformis, Potamogetonaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 202, 219-232

1995

  • Hollingsworth PM (1995). Chromosome numbers. In: Preston CD: Pondweeds of Great Britain & Ireland , BSBI: London. pp 55-58

  • Hollingsworth PM, Gornall RJ, Preston CD (1995). Genetic variability in British populations of Potamogeton coloratus (Potamogetonaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 197, 71-85

  • Hollingsworth PM, Preston CD, Gornall RJ (1995). Isozyme evidence for hybridization between Potamogeton natans and P. nodosus (Potamogetonaceae) in Britain. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 117, 59-69

1992

  • Hollingsworth PM, Gornall RJ, Bailey JP (1992). Contributions to a cytological catalogue of the British and Irish flora, 2. Watsonia 19, 134-137

Additional Publications

  • Long DG, Hollingsworth PM and Forrest LL (2007). Barcoding Britain's liverworts and hornworts: a new project and request for material. Field Bryologist 93, 10-13

  • Scottish Montane Willow Research Group (2005) Biodiversity: Taxonomy, genetics and ecology of sub-arctic willow scrub Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM (2006) When orchids challenge an island race, Part 2: The British Isles. Orchid Review 114, 36-41

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM (2005) When orchids challenge an island race. Orchid Review 113, 334-337

  • Hollingsworth PM (2004) Evolutionary diversification in New Caledonian Araucaria species. Genetics Society News 50, 17-18

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM (2002). Darwin's charasmatic flowers: evolution and conservation of terrestrial orchids. NHM 1, 24-28

  • Hollingsworth PM (2002). Plant conservation genetics. Bush Telegraph September 2002, 13-14

  • Wingfield RA, Murphy KJ, Hollingsworth PM (2002). The ecology of Najas flexilis. Unpublished Report to Scottish Natural Heritage. 86 pages

  • Hollingsworth PM (2001). British Orchids: taxonomic complexity, molecular markers and conservation. NERC News Spring 2001, 14-15

  • Hollingsworth PM (2001). Plant Molecular Evolution (Doyle and Gaut). Book Review. Annals of Botany 87, 851

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM (2001). Phylogenetics of Tribe Orchideae (Orchidaceae). American Journal of Botany Botany 2001 Abstracts, 99

  • Hollingsworth PM, Bateman RM, Dickson JH, Squirrell J, Tebbitt MC (2001). Population genetic structure of species of Epipactis. American Journal of Botany Botany 2001 Abstracts, 99

  • Forrest LL, Hollingsworth PM (2001). Phylogeny of Begonia. American Journal of Botany Botany 2001 Abstracts, 94

  • Hughes M, Hollingsworth PM, Miller T (2001). Gene flow and speciation in Begonia. American Journal of Botany Botany 2001 Abstracts, 94

  • Hollingsworth PM (2001). Conservation genetics. In: Govier R, Walter KS, Chamberlin D, Gardner M, Thomas P, Alexander C, et al (eds) Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh: catalogue of plants 2001, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh: Edinburgh. pp 407

  • Hollingsworth PM, Squirrell J, Ehlers B, Bateman RM, Dickson JH, Tebbitt M (2000). Conservation genetics of Epipactis. Millenium Orchid Conference, London, Abstracts.

  • Hollingsworth PM (1999). Molecular approaches to ecology and evolution (eds. R. DeSalle and B. Schierwater), book review. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 68, 614-615

  • Hollingsworth PM (1999). Molecular approaches for screening biodiversity (eds A. Karp, P. G. Isaac and D. S. Ingram), book review. Edinburgh Journal of Botany 56, 157-158

  • Hollingsworth PM (1999). Molecular systematics of plants II: DNA sequencing. (eds. D.E. Soltis, P.S. Soltis and J.J. Doyle) book review. New Phytologist 143, 458-459

  • Bateman RM, Chase MW, Hollingsworth PM, Preston J, Pridgeon AM, Williams NH, e t al (1999). Rapidly expanding European orchid genera: Biological realities or taxonomic artefacts? First International Conference of the South African Society for Systematic Biology, Stellenbosch, Abstract, 16-17

  • Hollingsworth PM (1998). Plant Breeding Systems 2nd Ed. (A. J. Richards) book review. Watsonia 22, 198

  • Hollingsworth PM, Bateman RM, Tebbitt M, Squirrell J, Cameron HM, Dickson JH (1998). Population genetics and phylogenetic context of European Epipactis (Orchidaceae: Neottieae) Second International Monocot Congress , Sydney, Abstracts, 29

  • Bateman RM, Hollingsworth PM, Preston J, Pridgeon AM, Chase MW (1998). Phylogenetics of the Orchidinae (Orchidaceae): Chromosomal changes, morphological convergences and polyphyletic plesiomorphs Second International Monocot Congress, Sydney, Abstracts, 7-8

  • Hollingsworth PM, Gornall RJ, Preston CD (1996). Potamogeton pectinatus x P. vaginatus - a relict hybrid in the British Isles? BSBI news 72, 63

  • Bailey JP, Hollingsworth PM, Preston CD (1996). A cytologically confirmed population of Potamogeton x gessnacensis in Shetland. BSBI News 75, 62

  • Hollingsworth PM, Gornall RJ, Preston CD (1993). Population genetics of two species of Potamogeton in the British Isles. BSBI News 63, 51

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