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Desert Plants Subject Index

Acacia
Australian landscaping   5(2): 72-75
Genus treatment   30(1): 19-28
Nodulation   8(3): 106-110
Prostrate   3(3): 148-152
Acanthaceae
Southwestern U.S.   5(4): 162-179
Africa
Desert Plants   8(3): 125-135
Agave
Adaptation to aridity   7(2): 39-50
Agave murpheyi   14(2): 11-20
Chromosome and hybridization   7(2): 93-100
Conservation   7(2): 88, 103-106
Cultivation:  
Apache   19(2): issue
Piman Indian   9(2): 49-53
Prehistoric   7(2): 100, 107-112
Field evaluations   7(2): 57-10, 101
Introductions   14(2): 30-31
Maguey verde   7(2): 61-64, 101-102
Mescal gathering   19(2): issue
Mezcal industry   7(2): 81-87
Pulque agaves   10(2): 55-57
Reproductive biology   7(2): 75-80
Tequila industry   7(2): 65-70
Water relations   7(2): 51-56, 70
Yucatan   7(2): 71-72, 80, 89-92
Aguirre Valley 30(2): 19
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) 5(2): 89-91, 94
Aloe vera 6(1): 43-50
Apache 19(2): issue
Appleton-Whittell 8(1): 47-48
Research Ranch
Arboretum Progress 1(1): 46-48; 1(2): 95-96; 2(2): 135-137; 2(3): 180-182; 2(4): 217-218; 3(1): 39-42; 3(2): 87; 3(3): 141; 3(4): 206-207
Archeology 29(1): 16-21
Argentina 13(2): 18-32
Argetina expedition 31(1): 28-36
Arid Vegetation 
Information System 1(2): 61-70
Arid adapted groundcover 13(1): 18-24
Arizona Commission of  1(2): 61-70
Ag and Hort
Arizona
Arid Land Plant Resource Impact   9(1): 2,6,16,31
Bladderwort   8(3): 140-141
Central Arizona College   1(1): 29-32
Fire, Southeastern Arizona   7(4): 190-194
Flora, notes   3(1): 29-30; 8(1): 38-40
Flora, publishing   7(4): 181-183, 211
Harquahala Mountains   10(2): 87-90
Grasses   7(1): 22-23; 8(1): 3-14
Land and People   8(1): 2, 41-44
Mazatazl Rest Area   14(2): 3-9
Page Ranch   7(1): 13-21
Picacho Mountains   10(1): 32-34
Picketpost Mountain   6(2): 73-80, 95-98, 110-127
Pima County   16(2): 3-32
Pinaleno Mountains   8(4): 137-162, 175-192
Pinal County   15(2): 3-28
Rincon Mountains   8(2): 50-96
Riparian and Scrubland   9(3-4): 69-140
Sky Islands   14(1): 8-21
South Mountain   10(3): 99-119
Vegetation of Gila River   124-140
Arizona cottontop 8(1): 3-14
Arizona Hedgehog Project/Rescue 30(1): 29-29
Arizona strip 12(1): 15-22; 13(1): 25-27
Arizona sycamore 3(2): 88-91
Arizona walnut 3(2): 88-91
Australia 5(2): 72-75; 14(1): 22-32; 21(2): 21-32
Australia Expedition 31(1):4-9
Baja primrose 2(2): 127-130
Barley 8(1): 71-79; 8(3): 136-139
Bat 7(2): 34-35
Beans, tepary 5(1): 3-64
Bermudagrass 1(1): 27-28
Big Bend Bluebonnet 16(1): 3-9
Bighorn sheep 10(2): 87-90
Biomass Production 2(3): 197-200
Biotic Communities
Desertlands   4(1-4)
Forests and Woodlands   142-221
Grasslands   34-77
Scrublands   106-141
Tundras   79-105
Wetlands   25-33
Black grama 222-287
Bladderwort 8(3): 140-141
Bluebonnet 16(1): 3-9
Blue grama 8(1): 3-14
Boojum Tree 2(3): 183-187; 10(2): 51-54
Botanists 14(2): 10; 15(1): 24
Boyce Thompson Arboretum
Cacti   7(1): 3-11, 27-31
Classroom   5(3): 125
Groundcover   6(2): 67-79
Seeds   3(3): 142-148
Special events   5(2): 92-94
Trails   10(3): 120-121
Brandegee, Katharine 7(3): 128-139, 158-162
Brady Pincushion Cactus 21(2): 13-20
Buckmoths 10(1): 13-18, 23-40
Buckwheat 1(2): 77-81
Buffalo Gourd 5(3): 112-117, 126
Bullgrass 8(1): 3-14
Bureau of Land Management 2(2): 115-118
Burnt Bush 5(3): 122-124; 10(3): 122-125
Bursera 10(3): 126-144
Cactus
Boyce Thompson Arboretum   7(1): 3-11, 27-31
Grafting   3(1): 3-8
Impact of herbicides   11(4): 9-29
Javelina diet   6(1): 3-4, 8
Orange-topped cardon   6(4): 208
Production   9(1): 32
Tissue culture   17(2): 13-15
Wild cochineal   6(1): 64
Cajon Bonito Watershed 18(2): 3-20; 20(2): 3-18
Cane beardgrass 8(1): 3-14
Caudiciforms 5(4): 131-160, 186-190
Central Arizona College 1(1): 29-32
Chaco dry forest 13(2): 18-32
Chapparal 4(1-4): 91-94, 95-99
Chihuahuan Desert 16(1): 3-9, 10-13, 14-19
Chile 10(2): 65-74, 79-86
Chiricahua Mountains 11(4): 39-45
Cholla circles 20(2): 26-35
Cienegas 6(3): 130-176
Climate 1(1): 40-41
Climax Community 6(3): 130-176
Coconino County 21(1): issue
Cold Tolerance 1(1): 29-32, 33-36, 37-39
Conservation 11(2-3): issue; 12(1): 3-11
Corn 3(4): 193-201, 202-205
Cottonwood 6(1): 55-58; 9(1): 17-27
Countryman, Richard 1(2): 61-70
Crassulacean Acid Metabolism 5(4): 192
Cucumber 8(1): 45-46
Curly mesquite 8(1): 3-14
Curandera 10(2): 61-64, 78
Debris 7(3): 142-153
Dermatitis 8(1): 32-37
Desert Laboratory 8(1): 23-29; 10(1): 9-12, 35-47
Desert landscapes 9(1): 3-5, 28-31
Desert Resources 2(2): 80
Design for wildlife 13(2): 3-13
Dryland plants 13(2): 3-13
Dune vegetation 6(1): 31-42, 51-54
Ecology 11(1): 6-22; 13(2): 3-113; 20(2): 3-18
Ecuador 12(1): 12-14
Elephant-foot 3(3): 172
Endangered species 2(2): 115-118; 2(3): 188-196; 3(1): 9-16; 7(2): 88, 103, 106
Eponymy 14(2): 3-10
Eucalyptus 6(4): 179-181
Euphorbias of Matabeleland 17(2): 16-25
Ferns 2(4): 179-181
Festuca 21(2): 3-12
Floods 6(1): 15-22, 23-30
Flora
Arizona Notes   8(1): 38-40
Oak Creek Canyon   21(1): issue
Pinaleno Mountains   8(4): 147-162, 175-191
Ragged Top   16(2): 3-32
Rincon Mountains   8(2): 49-96
Santa Cruz Valley   18(1): 3-36
Sawtooth Mountains   15(2): 3-28
Tucson Mountains   12(2): 1-48
Forage 10(1): 32-32; 10(2): 87-90; 8(4): 172-174
Freezes 1(1): 33-36, 37-39; 2(4): 232-236; 3(2): 83-86
Fremont, John C. 6(1): 59-62
Fungi 7(3): 119-127
Genetic diversity 3(4): 236
Gentry, Howard Scott 5(4): 191
Geophyte 5(4): 131-160, 186-190
Ghost town 11(1): 3-5
Gila River 3(3): 124-140; 6(1): 23-30; 8(1): 45-46
Grafting cacti 3(1): 3-8
Grasses 1(1): 27-28; 2(2): 119-122; 2(3): 141-179; 3(2): 98-106; 3(4): 210-212, 216-234; 5(4): 131-160, 186-190;7(1): 2, 13-21, 22-23; 8(1): 3-14; 15(1): 3-10
Grasslands 29(2): 1-160
Gravel mulch 1(1): 27-28
Gray Ranch 11(2-3): 1-68
Grazing 7(1): 13-21
Greenhouse 1(2): 82-89; 5(2): 89-91, 94; 7(4): 195-203
Groundcover 2(2): 127-130; 3(3): 149-152; 6(2): 67-69
Guayule 1(2): 52-57; 5(3): 112-117, 126
Gulf of California 19(1): 15-28
Hairy grama 8(1): 3-14
Hall's panic grass 8(1): 3-14
Halophytes 3(3): 110; 5(2): 76-88; 5(4): 131-160, 186-190
Hardiness  8(3): 98, 144
Hectias 15(1): 26-28
Herbaceous exotics 13(1): 11-17
Herbicides on cacti 11(4): 9-29
Hesperaloe 11(2): 3-8
Hohokam 4(4): 216-234
Honeybee 6(2): 81-94, 99-109, 128; 12(1): 3-11
Honey mesquite 11(4): 30-38
Hood, W.D. 5(1): 3-7
Horticultural survivors 11(1): 3-5
Howell, John Thomas 7(4): 181-183, 211
Human impact 11(4): 39-45; 14(1): 8-21
Hummingbirds 3(3): 156-170
Hydrophytic plants 2(2): 119-122; 5(4): 131-160, 186-190
Information systems 1(2): 71-76
India 3(1): 31-38
Indian paintbrush 5(2): 96
Irrigation 2(2): 131-134; 6(1): 5-14; 6(2): 70-72; 8(3): 104-105, 142-142
Israel 17(2): 3-12
Jatropha 14(2): 21-28
Javelina 6(1): 3-4, 8
Jimson Weed 2(4): 246
Jojoba 1(1): 8-11; 2(2): 81-86; 5(3): 112-121, 126; 7(1): 25-31; 8(3): 111-124
Kaibab Industries 1(2): 90-91
Kalahari Desert 3(4): 213-215
Karoo Desert 19(1): 3-7
Kearney, Thomas 7(4): 181-183, 211
Land fraud 3(1): 44
Landscaping 1(1): 27-32; 2(2): 127-130; 2(4): 219-230; 3(1): 2, 17-28; 3(3): 119-123; 5(2): 72-75; 6(1): 9-14; 7(3): 140-141; 7(4): 167-171, 184-189, 204-207; 8(3): 99-103; 8(4): 167-168; 9(1): 2-5, 28-31; 17(2): 26-31; 18(2): 21-25
Legumes 6(4): 178, 189-202; 10(4): 147-170
Lemmon, J.G. 1(1): 12-21
Lemmon, Sarah 1(1): 12-21
Leucaena 5(3): 105-111
Leucopnyllums 10(4): 171-175
Madrean Oak Woodlands 17(1): 3-14
Macrophytic plants 6(3): 131-175
Manzanita distribution 3(2): 108
Mazatzal Rest Area 14(2): 3-9
McClintock, Elizabeth 7(4): 181-183, 211
Medicinal plants 10(2): 50
Mescal 7(1): 32; 7(2): 81-87; 19(2): 3-56
Mesquite Bosque Community 6(1): 23-30
Mexico 13(1): 28-32; 18(2): 2-20; 20(2): 3-18
Microflora 7(3): 119-127
Mohawk Dunes 19(1): 31-36
Moisture stress 6(1): 55-58
Monte Desert 13(2): 18-32
Montezuma Cypress 19(1): 29-30
Morama bean 3(4): 213-215
Muhlenberg Family 13(2): 3-13
Muhly Grass 13(2): 3-13
Mulches 1(1): 27-28; 1(2): 90-91; 2(2): 123-136; 5(2): 89-91, 94
Mule deer 8(4): 172-174; 10(1): 32-34
Mustard 19(1): 31-36
Mycorrhizae 7(3): 119-127
Namibia 20(2): 19-25
Name Changes 17(1): 30-32
National Science Foundation 3(4): 175-192
Native Plants 1(1): 33-36; 1(2): 61-70
Nevada 8(4): 169-171; 11(1): 6-22
New Mexico 9(3-4): 68-138; 18(2): 26-32; 21(2): 3-12+B149
Nitrogen fixation 5(3): 105-111; 9(2): 45-57, 64
Nombinnie 14(1): 22-32
Nurseries 1(2): 82-89; 7(4): 195-203
Nutgalls 3(1): 44
Oak Creek Canyon 21(1): 3-60
Oak Woodlands 17(1): 3-14
O'odham 2(1): 2-61; 3(2): 47-76; 5(1): 15-37
Opuntia borer 7(4): 195-203
Organ Pipe Cactus 19(1): 15-28
Outback 21(2): 21-32
Page Ranch 7(1): 13-21
Palms 5(3): 98-104; 7(3): 164; 8(4): 169-171
Palo verde hybrid 8(3): 99-103
Papago see O'odham
Paraguay 13(2): 18-32
Parasitic plant 2(3): 188-196
Peebles, Robert H. 7(4): 181-183, 211
Penstemon 3(3): 156-170
Peru 3(4): 175-192
Pest plant introduction 13(1): 3-10
Petticoat palm 5(3): 99-104; 7(3): 164; 8(4): 169-171
Phoenix 17(2): 26-31
Photosynthesis 1(2): 51
Pietist Movement 31(2): 3-13
Pima County 12(2): 1-48
Pima Village 13(1): 28-32
Pinal County 1(1): 29-32
Pincushion Cactus 21(2): 13-20
Pipevine 6(4): 203-207
Plains lovegrass 8(1): 3-14
Plant appreciation 5(2): 66
Plant Collectors 1(1): 12-21; 6(1): 59-62; 7(3): 128-139, 158-162
Plant distribution 3(2): 98-106
Plant Material Center 1(1): 4-7
Plant Protection 1(2): 61-70
Plant Selection 1(1): 4-7
Plant Survival 5(4): 131-160, 186-190
Plant Symbolism 2(1): 3-61; 5(3): 122, 124; 6(1): 43-50; 7(2): 114-115; 10(3): 122-125
Plantagenets 10(2): 60, 90, 96
Pollinators 3(3): 156-170; 6(2): 81-94, 99-109; 7(2): 34-35; 8(1): 15-19
Poverty threeawn 8(1): 3-14
Prehistoric plant use 14(2): 3-9
Prickly Pear 6(1): 64
Propagation 2(4): 204-216; 3(1): 3-8; 10(2): 91-95; 19(1): 29-30
Prostrate acacia 3(3): 149-152
Purple threeawn 8(1): 3-14
Pyralid moth 7(1): 32
Ragged Top Mountain 16(2): 32
Range management 1(1): 4-7
Rare Plants 13(1): 25-27
Recipes 2(1): 3-61; 5(1): 8-10, 15-37
Reforestation 12(1): 12-14
Reproductive biology 14(2): 11-20
Revegetation 1(2): 58-60; 2(2): 123-126; 3(4): 210-212; 5(2): 89-91, 94; 8(1): 20-22; 8(3): 136-139
Rhizobia 5(1): 49-56; 5(3): 105-111; 8(3): 106-110; 9(2): 45-47
Riparian ecosystems 13(1): 11-17
Riparian plants 6(1): 15-22; 9(3-4): 68-138; 10(1): 3-8, 34; 11(1): 23-32
Riparian Restoration 11(4): 30-38
Round Hill 14(1): 22-32
Rubber rabbitbrush 7(4): 172-180, 208-210
Russian olive 3(2): 88-91
Russian thistle 2(3): 197-200; 5(3): 112-117, 126; 8(3): 136-139
Saguaro 2(1): issue; 3(2): 82-86; 17(2): 13-15; 20(1): issue
Salt cedar 3(2): 88-91
Salvias 7(4): 167-171
San Esteban Island 19(1): 15-28
Sand Dunes 6(1): 31-42, 51-54
Santa Cruz Valley 18(1): 3-36
Sawmill waste 1(2): 90-91
Scrub Oak 3(1): 44
Scrubland 9(3-4): 68-138
Seed Coat Treatments 17(1): 15-18
Seeds 2(4): 231; 3(1): 31-38; 3(3): 142-148; 6(1): 55-58
Selenium 5(2): 96
Sesbania 9(2): 45-57
Seri Indians 20(2): 26-35
Sewage sludge 8(3): 104, 105, 142-143
Shreve, Edith 8(1): 23-29
Sideoats grama 8(1): 3-14
Sky Islands 14(1): 8-21
Snakeroot oil 6(4): 203-207
Sociality 6(2): 66
Soil mixes 1(2): 82-89
Sonoran Desert 3(3): 111-118; 5(4): 131-161, 180-190; 6(4): 189-202; 8(3): 106-110; 8(4): 163-166
Sonora Mexico 1(1): 33-36; 2(2): 87-114; 2(3): 183-187; 2(4): 232-236; 3(2): 92-97; 5(1): 38-42; 9(2): 35-44, 55-63; 10(3): 126-144; 
South Africa 19(1): 8-14
Speergebiet 20(2): 19-25
Spoehr, Herman Augustus 7(4): 166
Sprucetrop grama 8(1): 3-14
Squawbush 5(3): 122-124; 10(3): 122-125
Stomata 3(3): 153-155; 7(3): 154-157
Stream debris 7(3): 142-153
Sunflowers 1(1): 23-26
Survival strategies 5(4): 131-161, 186-190
Swallowtail butterfly 6(4): 202-207
Tanglehead 8(1): 3-14
Tepary bean 5(1): issue
Tequila industry 7(2): 65-70
Texas 2(3): 141-179; 8(1): 3-14; 15(1): 26-28
Thompson, William Boyce 3(4): 208-209
Thornber, J.J. 7(4): 181-183, 211
Tidestrom, Ivar 7(4): 181-183, 211
Tonto Basin 14(2): 3-9
Trailing indigo bush 2(2): 127-130
Tucson Mountains 12(2): issue
Tumamoc Hill 10(1): 9-12; 35-47
Turkmenistan 16(1): 20-28
USDA Soils Conservation 1(1): 4-7
Variable transect 20(2): 3-18
Velvet ash 3(2): 88-91
Vesiculararbuscular mycorrhizae 7(3): 119-127
Vine mesquite 8(1): 3-14
Water harvesting 2(2): 131-134
Water requirements 13(1): 18-24
Water-wise landscaping 17(2): 3-12
Water use 17(2): 26-31
Wetland trees 3(2): 88-91
Wheat 3(2): 77-81
Wild beans 5(2): 67-71, 82-88
Wildlife 13(2): 3-13
Williams Air Force Base 17(1): 24-28
Willow 3(2): 88-91
Wire-lettuce 1(1): 22
Wolftail 8(1): 3-14
Woodlands 14(1): 8-21
Xericity 8(3): 98, 144
Xeriscaping 15(1): 11-23
Yuccas 16(1): 10-19
Zimbabwe 17(2): 16-25

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