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Plants Index

Fire is a natural part of the borealis forest ecosytem; Ned Rozell. #2066; 6/2/11

Greenup hits, so does pollen; Ned Rozell. #2064; 5/18/11

Rock redwoods in Sutton, stone bird tracks in Denali; Ned Rozell. #2050; 2/10/11

Mummified forest tells tale of changing north; Ned Rozell. #2045; 1/6/11

The largest black spruce in Alaska; Ned Rozell. #2025; 8/16/10

A century of agriculture in Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1940;12/24/08

Pollen season arrives: blame the trees; Ned Rozell. #1906; 5/07/08

Green, leafy invaders finding a home in Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1898; 3/12/08

Tree line changes on the Kenai Peninsula; Ned Rozell. #1893; 2/7/08

Squirrels and toxic mushrooms; aspens and leaf miners; Ned Rozell. #1871; 9/5/07

More Alaska news from San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1781; 12/14/05

Alaska food travels worldly distances: Ned Rozell. #1779; 12/01/05

A fern grows in the Arctic Ocean: Ned Rozell. #1773; 10/20/05

A century of agriculture in Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1770; 09/29/05

Northern woods filled with potential drug: Ned Rozell. #1761; 07/28/05

Alaska Yellow Cedar as Mosquito Repellant: Ned Rozell. #1757; 06/30/05

Spruce stay up late, wake early: Ned Rozell. #1751; 05/19/05.

Invasive plants creep into Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1723; 11/04/04.

The Largest Black Spruce in Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1635; 02/27/03.

Arctic Plant Controlling Own Nitrogen Destiny: Ned Rozell. #1570; 11/29/01.

The Bush gets bushier on Alaska's north Slope: Ned Rozell. #1544; 05/31/01.

The March of the Seward Peninsula Spruce: Ned Rozell. #1532; 03/08/01.

Tundra an Early Riser Under North Slope Snow: Ned Rozell. #1514; 11/02/00.

Buds in Glass Houses: Carla Helfferich. #1510; 10/05/00.

Retreating Glaciers, Advancing Plants: Carla Helfferich. #1509; 09/28/00.

Southcentral Alaska: A Natural Experiment in Plant Succession: Ned Rozell. #1442; 05/26/99.

Trees Pollinate in Search of a Mate: Ned Rozell. #1439; 05/05/99.

The Long-Awaited Greening of the Hills: Ned Rozell. #1438; 04/28/99.

Caribou May Find Calcium-Rich Tundra Hits the Spot: Ned Rozell. #1413; 11/4/98.

The Days of the Shade Trees in Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1403; 08/26/98.

Color Guard: Carla Helfferich. #1354, 1247 and 1145; 09/11/97.

Counting Carbons in a Warmer Diet: Ned Rozell. #1352; 08/28/97.

Southcentral Alaska: A Natural Experiment in Plant Succession: Ned Rozell. #1281; 04/18/96.

"Irish Apples" a Bit Sweeter, Healthier in Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1275; 03/07/96.

Chocolate, Virtuous Chocolate: Carla Helfferich. #1270; 01/31/96.

Glowing Plants Indicate Internal Clocks in Action: Emily Reiter. #1264; 12/08/95.

Formerly Frosty Footing Causes Drunken Forests: Ned Rozell. #1253; 09/21/95.

Not Everything Hates Cold Weather: Ned Rozell. #1252; 09/14/95.

Weeding the Salmon Patch: Carla Helfferich. #1202; 08/22/94.

Leaves or Needles, Trees or Tundra: Carla Helfferich. #1189; 06/23/94.

"Frost in Outlying Areas---": Sue Ann Bowling. #1184 and #819; 05/04/87.

Chocolate, Melting Away: Carla Helfferich. #1170; 02/10/94.

Flounder Antifreeze for Plants: Jeffrey H. Simonson. #1166; 01/13/94.

The Gall of Yukon's Poplars: Carla Helfferich. #1139; 06/23/93.

Swamp Wings: Carla Helfferich. #1134; 05/19/97.

Trees for a Cold Climate: Carla Helfferich. #1127; 04/01/92.

The Rise of Rhubarb: Carla Helfferich. #1087; 06/10/92.

Stressed But Strong: Carla Helfferich. #1078;01/15/92.

Australian Adventurers: Carla Helfferich. #1077; 04/08/92.

Some Straight Skinny on Soil: Carla Helfferich. #1059; 12/04/91.

The Oldest Wood in the World: Carla Helfferich. #1056; 11/13/91.

Out on a Water Lily: Carla Helfferich. #1047; 09/11/91.

Alaska's Home-grown House Plant: Carla Helfferich. #1017; 02/14/91.

Not Feeling Green Enough? Take Two Aspirin...: Carla Helfferich. #1010; 12/26/90.

Skinny Trees and Paleoforests: Carla Helfferich. #983; 06/20/90.

Battling for Bananas: Carla Helfferich. #977; 05/09/90.

Skinny Tems and Red Light: Carla Helfferich. #975; 04/25/90.

A Houseplant that Holds its Breath: Carla Helfferich. #941; 08/30/89.

Scientists Show Kelp Helps--with a Little Help from their Friends: Carla Helfferich. #939; 08/16/89.

Building from Boredom: Carla Helfferich. #928; 05/31/89.

War in the Woods: Tom Clausen. #900; 11/16/88.

How Fast Can a Spruce Tree Travel?: Sue Ann Bowling. #885; 8/8/88.

Growing Seasons in Alaska: Sue Ann Bowling. #874; 05/23/88.

Results of the Nasturtium Project: Sue Ann Bowling. #872; 05/09/88.

The Smell of Christmas: Don Button. #852; 12/21/87.

Is Air Pollution a Threat to Alaskan Conifers?: Don Button and Fritz Juttner. #851; 12/14/87.

How Long Is Your Night? : Sue Ann Bowling. #839; 09/21/87.

Talking to Plants : Sue Ann Bowling. #837; 09/07/87.

Autumn Leaves : Sue Ann Bowling. #835; #1585; 08/24/87.

Blooming Thermometers: Sue Ann Bowling. #821; 05/18/87.

More on Why Tree Trunks Spiral: Larry Gedney. #783; 08/25/86.

Trees Take Curious Twists: Larry Gedney. #780b; 08/04/86.

Why Lower 48 Fruit Trees Don't Do Well in Alaska: Larry Gedney. #774; 06/23/86.

Do Trees Communicate for Mutual Defense?: Larry Gedney. #762; 03/31/86.

Nature's Twentieth-Century Technology: Larry Gedney. #728; 08/05/85.

Tamarack--Not a Dead Spruce: John Zasada. #713; 04/29/85.

The Life of a White Spruce in the Subarctic: John Zasada. #707; 03/18/85.

The Kodiak Treeline: Larry Gedney. #687; 10/26/84.

The Hooded Marvel: Larry Gedney. #677; 08/23/84.

The Indestructible Dandelion: Larry Gedney. #618; 07/27/83.

Growing Fruit Trees: Susan Brook. #535; 04/05/82.

Northern Tree Habitats: Susan Brook. #525; 02/25/82.

Cottonwood and Balsam Poplar: T. Neil Davis. #493; 07/01/81.

Caging the Tomatoes: T. Neil Davis. #475; 02/27/81.

Sap's Arising: John Zasada. #467; 03/06/81.

Albino Plants: John Zasada. #433; 10/06/80.

Reindeer "Moss": T. Neil Davis. #428; 09/22/80.

Fire and Ice: T. Neil Davis. #420; 08/18/80.

Gardening with Plastic: T. Neil Davis. #412; 07/21/80.

The Greening of Brown Thumbs: T. Neil Davis. #410; 07/14/80.

Self-Defense for Plants: Stephen MacLean. #401; 06/09/80.

Thoughts on Digging a Hole for the Outhouse: Stephen MacLean. #397; 05/20/80.

Diesel Trees: Don Button. #358; 12/18/79.

Blue Haze: T. Neil Davis. #326; 07/02/79.

Land Clearing: T. Neil Davis. #320; 06/22/79.

Forest Fire Effects on Soil: T. Neil Davis. #318; 06/11/79.

Black Spruce: T. Neil Davis. #306; 06/25/79.

Triticale: T. Neil Davis. #258; 08/25/78.

Witches' Broom: Jenifer Huang McBeath. #255; 09/28/78.

Burls: Fran Pedersen. #254; 10/05/78.

Leaves: John Zasada. #252; 09/15/78.

How Does Your Garden Grow?: T. Neil Davis. #204; 12/16/77.

Diamond Willow: T. Neil Davis. #189; 10/10/77.

Tundra Fungi: Patrick Flannagan. #183; 08/22/77.

Lichens and Radioactive Fallout: Dan F. Holleman. #182; 07/22/77.

Alaska's Gift--The Pine: Paula Krebs. #161; 10/05/77.

Beefsteak from Wood: John Zasada. #159; 04/14/77.

Plant Photosynthesis: T. Neil Davis. #154; 10/21/77.

Fast-Growing Trees: John Zasada. #97; 07/21/76.

Growing Willows From Seed: John Zasada. #96; 07/13/76.

Fire of Life: John Zasada. #95; 07/21/76.

Fairy Rings: Eugene Wescott. #85; 07/07/76.