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
  • 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. Woodin, Carol, editor. 13–14. New York: American Society of Botanical Artists.
  • Krupnick, Gary A., Kress, W. John, and Wagner, Warren L. 2009. "Achieving Target 2 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation: building a preliminary assessment of vascular plant species using data from herbarium specimens." Biodiversity and Conservation, 18, (6) 1459–1474. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-008-9494-1.
  • Kress, W. John and Krupnick, Gary A. 2006. "The future of floras: new frameworks, new technologies, new uses." Taxon, 55 579–580.
  • Kress, W. John and Krupnick, Gary A. 2005. "Conclusions: Documenting and conserving plant diversity in the future." In Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach. Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John, editors. 313–318.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. 2005. "Species assessment: The IUCN Red List." In Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach. Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John, editors. 241–247.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. 2005. "Hot spots and ecoregions." In Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach. Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John, editors. 218–223.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John. 2005. Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach. University of Chicago Press.
  • Mutke, J., Kier, G., Krupnick, Gary A., and Barthlott, W. 2005. "Terrestrial plant diversity." In Plant Conservation: A Natural History Approach. Krupnick, Gary A. and Kress, W. John, editors. 15–25.
  • 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.
  • Krupnick, Gary A. and Rubis, J. 2002. "Plant richness and endemism in the Indo-Pacific: Dipterocarpaceae." In Terrestrial Ecoregions of the Indo-Pacific. Wikramanayake, E., Dinerstein, Eric, and Loucks, C. J., editors. 92–98.
  • 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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