Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Gary Krupnick

Plant Conservation Unit
Department / Division
Education
Research Interests

Plant conservation biology, using herbarium specimens to determine rarity and endangerment of plant species, plant-herbivore interactions, plant-pollinator interactions, plant reproduction.

Publications
Article
  • Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John. 2003. "Hotspots and ecoregions: a test of conservation priorities using taxonomic data." Biodiversity and Conservation 12:2237–2253.
  • Avila-Sakar, G., Krupnick, Gary A., and Stephenson, A. G. 2001. "Growth and resource allocation in Cucurbita pepo ssp. taxana: Effects of fruit removal." International Journal of Plant Sciences 162:1089–1095.
  • Kress, W. John, Miller, Scott E., Krupnick, Gary A., and Lovejoy, Thomas E. 2001. "Museum collections and conservation efforts." Science 291:828–829.
  • Krupnick, Gary A., Avila, G., Brown, K. M., and Stephenson, A. G. 2000. "Effects of herbivory on internal ethylene production and sex expression in Cucurbita texana." Functional Ecology 14:215–225.
  • Krupnick, Gary A., Brown, K. M., and Stephenson, A. G. 1999. "Fruit production, internal endogenous ethylene levels, and sex expression in Cucurbita texana." International Journal of Plant Sciences 160:321–330.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. and Weis, A. E. 1999. "Effect of floral herbivory on male and female reproductive success in Isomeris arborea." Ecology 80:135–149.
  • Krupnick, Gary A., Weis, A. E., and Campbell, D. R. 1999. "The consequences of floral herbivory for pollinator service to Isomeris arborea." Ecology 80:125–134.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. and Weis, A. E. 1998. "Floral herbivore effect on the sex expression of an andromonoecious plant, Isomeris arborea (Capparaceae)." Plant Ecology 134:151–162.

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Chapter
  • Krupnick, Gary A. 2009. "Some organizations that assess the conservation status of endangered plant species." in Losing Paradise? Endangered Plants Here and Around the World, edited by Woodin, Carol., 13–14. New York: American Society of Botanical Artists.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. 2009. "Assessing the conservation status of endangered plant species." in Losing Paradise? Endangered Plants Here and Around the World, edited by Woodin, Carol., 11–12. New York: American Society of Botanical Artists.
  • Kress, W. John and Krupnick, Gary A. 2005. "Conclusions: Documenting and conserving plant diversity in the future." in Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach, edited by Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John., 313–318.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. 2005. "Species assessment: The IUCN Red List." in Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach, edited by Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John., 241–247.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. 2005. "Hot spots and ecoregions." in Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach, edited by Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John., 218–223.
  • Mutke, J., Kier, G., Krupnick, Gary A., and Barthlott, W. 2005. "Terrestrial plant diversity." in Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach, edited by Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John., 15–25.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. and Rubis, J. 2002. "Plant richness and endemism in the Indo-Pacific: Dipterocarpaceae." in Terrestrial Ecoregions of the Indo-Pacific, edited by Wikramanayake, E., Dinerstein, Eric, and Loucks, C. J., 92–98.
Book
  • Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John. 2005. Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach. University of Chicago Press.