Non-refereed Publications

  1. Ehleringer, James R. and Curtis Clark. 1988. Evolution and adaptation in Encelia (Asteraceae). Pp. 221-248 in Plant evolutionary biology. L.D. Gottlieb and S.K. Jain, eds. Chapman & Hall, London. [pdf, 1650 kb]
  2. Isman, Murray B., Peter Proksch, and Curtis Clark. 1990. Terpenoid anti-herbivore chemistry of Encelia species (Asteraceae). Biochemistry of the Mevalonic Acid Pathway to Terpenoids, ch. 7 in Recent Advances in Phytochemistry 24:249-264. Plenum Press, New York.
  3. Clark, Curtis. 1990. Peripatric speciation and the origin of crop plants. Occas. Paper #5, Archaeol. Res. Facility, Calif. St. Univ., Fullerton.
  4. Clark, Curtis. 1990. Vascular plants of the undeveloped areas of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Crossosoma 16(4):1-7.
  5. Clark, Curtis, and Nancy A. Charest. 1992. Vegetation survey of the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Crossosoma 18(1):15-24.
  6. Clark, Curtis, and Nancy A. Charest. 1992. Comparison of annual and perennial Eschscholzia californica (Papaveraceae) at the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Crossosoma 18(2):19-26.
  7. Clark, Curtis. 1993. How dry is a drought? Crossosoma 19(2):37-48.
  8. Clark, Curtis. 1993. Papaveraceae, portions of Asteraceae. in The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California, ed. James C. Hickman. Univ. California.
  9. Clark, Curtis. 1996. Species of Argemone, Dendromecon, Eschscholzia, Glaucium, Meconella, Platystemon, Roemeria, Romneya. in World of Plants, Weekly Encyclopedia, # 91. Asahi Shimbun Press. [in Japanese]
  10. Clark, Curtis. 1997. Portions of Papaveraceae. in Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Flora of North America, Volume 3: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae. Oxford University Press.
  11. Clark, Curtis. 1997. The genus Eschscholzia. in O'Brien, Bart C., Lorrae C. Fuentes, and Lydia F. Newcombe, eds., Out of the Wild and Into the Garden II: A Symposium of California's Horticulturally Significant Plants, March 9-11, 1995. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Occasional Publications No. 2. 261 pp.
  12. Clark, Curtis. 2000. To inspire, to challenge, to anger: A personal reflection on the legacy of Ledyard Stebbins. Botanical Electronic News No. 240 (February 1),