Research Papers

Publications published, in press, or in preparation, J. E. BURROWS & S.M. BURROWS.

 

BANDU, V.H., BURROWS, J.E. & EDWARDS, T.J. (1992) Transmission electron microscopy of spore walls in the taxonomy of Ophioglossum L. (Ophioglossaceae: Pteridophyta). Communications of the Electron Microscopy Society of Southern Africa 22: 45-46.

BURROWS, J.E. (1989). New taxa, combinations and records of Pteridophyta from southern and central Africa. Bothalia 19,2: 167-174.

BURROWS, J.E. (1989). Kudzu vine - a new plant invader of South Africa. Veld & Flora 75(4): 116-117.

BURROWS, J.E. (1990). Southern African Ferns & Fern Allies. Frandsen Publishers, Sandton.

BURROWS, J.E. (1992). The taxonomy of the genus Ophioglossum L. (Ophioglossaceae) in southern Africa. M.Sc. Thesis, Natal University, Pietermaritzburg.

BURROWS, J.E. (1993). Southern African Pteridophytes of Horticultural Potential. Proceedings of Symposium on Propagation and Culture of Pteridophytes, London, 1991.

BURROWS, J.E. (1993). Name changes of southern African plants. PlantLife 8: 7-8.

BURROWS, J.E. (1994). How do ferns reproduce? PlantLife 10: 5-6.

BURROWS, J.E. (1995). The conundrum of the African Pencil Cedar in south-central Africa. Veld & Flora 81(1): 8-9.

BURROWS, J.E. (1996). The genus Ophioglossum in south-central Africa. Proceedings of the Holttum Memorial Pteridophyte Symposium, Kew. 1995. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

BURROWS, J.E. (1997). The use of spore morphology as a taxonomic tool in the delimitation of the southern African species of Ophioglossum L. (Ophiolossaceae: Pteridophyta). Holttum Memorial Volume, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

BURROWS, J.E. (1999). Two new taxa of Ophioglossum (Ophioglossaceae: Pteridophyta) from Central Africa. Bothalia 29:109-112.

BURROWS, J.E. (1999). What is Myrsine pillansii? PlantLife 20: 25-26.

BURROWS, J.E. (2001). Ophioglossum L. In: H. Beentjie (ed.), Flora of Tropical East Africa: Pteridophyta. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

BURROWS, J.E. (scient. ed. & contr.) (2002). In: SCHMIDT, E, LÖTTER, M.C. & McCLELAND, W., Trees and Shrubs of Mpumalanga and Kruger National Park. Jacana, Johannesburg.

BURROWS, J.E. (2007). The family Bignoniaceae in southern Africa. PlantLife 36: 15-26.

BURROWS, J.E. (2008). Species delimitation in Carvalhoa campanulata (Apocynceae: Rauvolfioideae). Bothalia 38,2: 147-150.

BURROWS, J.E. (in press, 2009). A new species of Tarenna (Rubiaceae) and a new species of Pavetta (Rubiaceae) from northern Mozambique. Kew Bulletin

BURROWS, J.E. (in press, 2009.) The reinstatement of Dorstenia campanulata and D. verdickii (Moraceae). Aloe

BURROWS, J.E. (in prep.). Notes on the genus Vitex in northern Mozambique.

BURROWS, J.E. (in prep.). Notes on the genus Helichrysum Mill. in South Africa: 1. New species and new records from Mpumalanga and Swaziland. To be submitted to Bothalia.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (1981). The ferns of Ntendeka Wilderness. Veld & Flora 67(4): 118-120.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (1983). A Check-list of the Pteridophytes of Zimbabwe. Journal S. Afr. Bot. 49(3): 193-212.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (1987). Mount Mulanje - Last refuge of the Giants. Veld & Flora 73: 122-124.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (1990). Hemizygia obermeyerae - a striking ornamental shrub. Veld & Flora 76(4): 118-119.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (1994). An Annotated Check-list of the Pteridophytes of Malawi. Kirkia 14(1): 78-99.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (1994). Botanizing on Mt Kenya. Veld & Flora 80(2): 44-48.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (2001). New distribution records of southern African Pteridophyta. Bothalia 31,2: 205-207.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (2002). Trilepisium madagascariensis (Moraceae) in Swaziland. PlantLife 27: 23-24.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (2002). A new fern record for the Flora of southern Africa region. Bothalia 32, 2: 195-196.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (2003). Figs of Southern and South-Central Africa. Umdaus Press, Pretoria.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (2004). In the Footsteps of Kirk: a Plant Specialist Group Expedition to the mouth of the Zambezi. PlantLife 31: 17-21.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (2004). The Ugutugulu Gorge: a botanical time warp. PlantLife 31: 34-37.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (in prep.) A new species of Acacia Mill. (Fabaceae: Mimosoidae) from northern Mozambique.

BURROWS, J.E. & BURROWS, S.M. (in prep.). The Drift-Seeds of Eastern Africa.

BURROWS, J.E., BURROWS, S.M., LOFFLER, P. & LOFFLER L. (2003). Excoecaria madagascariensis; a new record for the Flora of Southern Africa region. Bothalia 33(2): 155-156.

BURROWS, J.E. & CROUCH, N.R. (1995). New distribution records of South African pteridophytes. Bothalia 25(2): 236-238.

BURROWS, J.E. & EDWARDS, T.J. (1993). Nomenclatural changes and additions to the genus Ophioglossum L. in Africa. Bothalia 23(2): 185-190.

BURROWS, J.E. & EDWARDS, T.J. (1995). A new species and a change of status in Ophioglossum (Ophioglossaceae: Pteridophyta) in Africa. Bothalia 25(1): 61-63.

BURROWS, J.E. & GOLDING, J. (2002). Fern conservation in South Central Africa. In: Proceedings of Symposium 2001, Fern Flora Worldwide threats and responses. Fern Gazette 16(6): 313-318.

BURROWS, J.E., LOTTER, M.C., McCLELAND, W., WINTER, P.D. & SCHMIDT, E. (1998). Plant collecting in Central Mozambique. PlantLife 19: 9-12.

BURROWS, J.E. & ROUX, J.P. (1979). A Kirstenbosch excursion to the eastern regions of South Africa. Veld & Flora 65(1): 2-4.

BURROWS, J.E., SCHMIDT, E., BURROWS, S.M. & LOTTER, M.C. (in prep.). The Trees and Shrubs of Mozambique.

BURROWS, J.E. & STRAUSS, S.E. (1990). Doryopteris pilosa var. gemmifera, a new fern variety established. Bothalia 20(2): 221-222.

BURROWS, J.E. & WILLIS, C.K. (2005). Plants of the Nyika Plateau; an account of the vegetation of the Nyika National Parks of Zambia & Malawi. SABONET REPORT No. 31. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria

BURROWS, S.M. & BURROWS, J.E. (2008). Three new species of Asparagus. 38,1: 23-29.

WILLIS, C.K., BURROWS, J.E., FISH, L., PHIRI, P.S.M., CHIKUNI, A.C. & GOLDING, J. (2002). Developing a greater understanding of the flora of the Nyika. Syst. Geogr. Pl. 71: 993-1008.

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