Daniel Crawford

Adjunct Professor
Primary office:
785-864-4375


Ph. D., University of Iowa, 1969

Plant Systematics

Selected publications:

  • Takayama, K., P. Lopez-Sepulveda, J. Greimler, D. J. Crawford, P. Penailillo, M. Baeza, E. Ruiz, G. Kohl, K. Tremetsberger, A. Gatica, L. Letelier, P. Novoa, J. Novak, and T. F. Stuessy. 2015. Relationships and genetic consequences of contrasting modes of speciation among endemic species of Robinsonia (Asteraceae, Senecioneae) of the Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile, based on AFLPs and SSRs.  New Phytologist 205: 415-428.
  • Lopez-Sepulveda, P., K. Takayama, J. Greimler, D. J. Crawford, P. Penailillo, M. Baeza, E. Ruiz, G. Kole, K. Tremetsberger, A. Gatica, L. Letelier, P. Novoa, J. Novak, and T. F. Stuessy. 2015. Progressive migration and anagenesis in Drimys confertifolia of the Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile. Journal of Plant Research 128: 73-90.
  • Tippery, N. P., D. H. Les, and D. J. Crawford. 2015. Evaluation of phylogenetic relationships in Lemnacaeae using nuclear ribosomal data. Plant Biology 17(1): 50-58.
  • Appenroth, K., D. J. Crawford and D. H. Les. 2015. After the genome sequencing of duckweed – how to proceed with research on the fastest growing angiosperm? Plant Biology 17(1): 1-4
  • Crawford, D. J., G. J. Anderson, L. Borges Silva, M. Menezes de Sequeira, M. Moura, A. Santos-Guerra, J. K. Kelly, and M. E. Mort. 2015. Breeding systems in Tolpis (Asteraceae) in the Macaronesian islands: the Azores, Madeira and the Canaries. Plant Systematics and Evolution 301: 1981-1993.
  • Mort, M. E., D. J. Crawford, J. K. Kelly, A. Santos-Guerra, M. Menezes de Sequeira, M. Moura and J. Caujape-Castells. 2015.  Multiplexed-shotgun-genotyping data resolve phylogeny within a very recently derived insular lineage.  American Journal of Botany 102: 634-641.
  • López-Sepúlveda, P., K. Takayama, J. Greimler, D. J. Crawford, P. Peñailillo,  M. Baeza, E. Ruiz, G. Kohl, K. Tremetsberger, A. Gatica, L. Letelier, P. Novoa, J. Novak, and T. F. Stuessy.2015. Speciation and biogeography of Erigeron (Asteraceae) in the Juan Fernández Archipelago, Chile, based on AFLPs and SSRs. Systematic Botany 40: 888-899.
  • Takayama, K., Lopez-Sepulveda, P., Greimler, J., Crawford, D. J., Penailillo, P., Baeza, M, Ruiz, E., Kohl, G., Tremetsberger, K., Gatica, A., Letelier, L., Novoa, P., Novak, J. and Stuessy, T. F. 2015.  Genetic conseqeunces of cladogenetic vs anagenetic speciation in endemic plants of oceanic islands. AoB Plants 7: 102.
  • Pruski, J. F., Mesfin Tadesse and D. J. Crawford. 2015. Studies of neotropical Compositae-XI. The new generic name Electranthera (Compositae). Phytoneuron 68: 1-17.
  • Stuessy, T. F., D. J. Crawford, D. E. Soltis and P. S. Soltis. 2014. pp. 425.  Plant systematics: The origin, interpretation, and ordering of plant biodiversity. Koelz Scientific Books.
  • Mesfin T. and D. J. Crawford. 2014.  The phytomelanin layer in traditional members of Bidens L. and Coreopsis L. and phylogeny of the Coreopsideae (Compositae). Nordic Journal of Botany 32: 80-91
  • Stuessy, T. F., K. Takayama, P. Lopez-Sepulveda, and D. J. Crawford. 2014. Interpretations of patterns of genetic variation within endemic plant species of oceanic islands. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 174: 276-288.
  • Crawford, D. J., T. Mesfin, R. T. Kimball, P. Carrillo-Reyes, I. Sanchez-Vega.  and M. E. Mort.  2014. Coreopsis sect. Pseudoagarista (Asteraceae: Coreopsideae): Molecular phylogeny, chromosome numbers, and comments on taxonomy and distribution. Taxon 63: 1092-1102.
  • Crawford, D. J., J. J. Doyle, D. E. Soltis, P. S. Soltis, and J. F. Wedel.  2014. Contemporary and future studies in plant speciation, morphological/floral evolution and polyploidy: honouring the scientific contributions of Leslie D. Gottlieb to plant evolutionary biology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal  Society B 369: 20130341.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2013.0341
  • Appenroth, K., D. J. Crawford, and D. H. Les. 2015. After the genome sequencing of duckweed – how to proceed with research on the fastest growing angiosperm? Plant Biology 17 (suppl. 1): 1-4.
  • Soto-Trejo, F., J. K. Kelly, J. K. Archibald, M. E. Mort, A. Santos-Guerra, and D. J. Crawford. 2013.  The genetics of self-compatibility and associated floral characters in Tolpis (Asteraceae) in the Canary Islands.  International Journal of Plant Sciences 174: 171-178.
  • López-Sepúlveda, P. G., K. Takayama, J. Greimler, P. Peñailillo, D. J. Crawford, M.Baeza, E. Ruiz, G. Kohl, K. Tremetsberger, A. Gatica, L. Letelier,P. Novoa, J. Novak, and T.  F. Stuessy. 2013. Genetic variation (AFLPS and nuclear microsatellites) in two anagenetically derived endemic species of Myrceugenia (Myrtaceae) on Juan Fernández Islands, Chile. American Journal of Botany 100: 722-734
  • Knope, M. L., R. Pender, D. J. Crawford, and A. M. Wieczorek. 2013. Alien congeners are unlikely to hybridize with native Hawaiian Bidens (Asteraceae). American Journal of Botany 100: 1221-1226.
  • Soto-Trejo, F. G., G. Palamino, J. L. Viaalsenor and D. J. Crawford.  2013. Polyploidy in Asteraceae of the xerophytic scrub of the Ecological Reserve of the Pedregal of San Angel, Mexico City. Botanical  Journal of the Linnean Society 173: 211-229.
  • Anderson, G. J., D. J. Crawford and G. Bernardello. 2013. The reproductive biology of island plants: the Juan Fernandez and Canary Islands. Vieraea 41: 115-127.
  • Cho, M.-K, S. A. Yun, D. J. Crawford, A. Santos-Guerra and S.-C. Kim. 2013. Origin and evolution of woody sow-thistles in the Macarnesian Islands revisited: four decades after the revision of Sonchus  (Asteraceae). Vieraea 41: 217-232
  • Crawford, D. J., M. E. Mort, and J. K. Archibald. 2013. Tolpis santosii (Asteraceae: Cichorieae), a new species from La Palma, The Canary Islands. Vieraea 41: 163-169
  • Maraner, F., R. Samuel, T.F. Stuessy, D.J. Crawford, J.V. Crisci, A. Pandey, and M.E. Mort.  2012. Molecular phylogeny of Nassauvia (Asteraceae, Mutisieae) based on nrDNA ITS sequences.  Plant Systematics and Evolution 298: 399-408.

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