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Patrick S. Herendeen

TitleLecturer
InstitutionChicago Botanic Garden
DepartmentComm: Evolutionary Biology
AddressChicago IL 60637
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    My research seeks to understand present and historical patterns of diversity and details of morphological evolution using both living and fossil plants. My research has focused on two broad areas, elucidating the early evolutionary history of the flowering plants and systematics of the legume family.


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    1. Herrera F, Shi G, Bickner MA, Ichinnorov N, Leslie AB, Crane PR, Herendeen PS. Early Cretaceous abietoid Pinaceae from Mongolia and the history of seed scale shedding. Am J Bot. 2021 08; 108(8):1483-1499. PMID: 34458982.
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    2. Shi G, Herrera F, Herendeen PS, Clark EG, Crane PR. Mesozoic cupules and the origin of the angiosperm second integument. Nature. 2021 06; 594(7862):223-226. PMID: 34040260.
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    3. Koenen EJM, Ojeda DI, Bakker FT, Wieringa JJ, Kidner C, Hardy OJ, Pennington RT, Herendeen PS, Bruneau A, Hughes CE. The Origin of the Legumes is a Complex Paleopolyploid Phylogenomic Tangle Closely Associated with the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) Mass Extinction Event. Syst Biol. 2021 Apr 15; 70(3):508-526. PMID: 32483631.
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    4. Herrera F, Shi G, Mays C, Ichinnorov N, Takahashi M, Bevitt JJ, Herendeen PS, Crane PR. Reconstructing Krassilovia mongolica supports recognition of a new and unusual group of Mesozoic conifers. PLoS One. 2020; 15(1):e0226779. PMID: 31940374.
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    5. Takahashi M, Herendeen PS, Xiao X. Erratum to: Two early eudicot fossil flowers from the Kamikitaba assemblage (Coniacian, Late Cretaceous) in northeastern Japan. J Plant Res. 2017 Sep; 130(5):827. PMID: 28593530.
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    6. Herrera F, Moran RC, Shi G, Ichinnorov N, Takahashi M, Crane PR, Herendeen PS. An exquisitely preserved filmy fern (Hymenophyllaceae) from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia. Am J Bot. 2017 09; 104(9):1370-1381. PMID: 29885232.
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    7. Zimmerman E, Herendeen PS, Lewis GP, Bruneau A. Floral evolution and phylogeny of the Dialioideae, a diverse subfamily of tropical legumes. Am J Bot. 2017 Jul; 104(7):1019-1041. PMID: 28710127.
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    8. Funk VA, Herendeen P, Knapp S. Taxonomy: naming algae, fungi, plants. Nature. 2017 06 28; 546(7660):599. PMID: 28658217.
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    9. Takahashi M, Herendeen PS, Xiao X. Two early eudicot fossil flowers from the Kamikitaba assemblage (Coniacian, Late Cretaceous) in northeastern Japan. J Plant Res. 2017 Sep; 130(5):809-826. PMID: 28497291.
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    10. Herrera F, Shi G, Ichinnorov N, Takahashi M, Bugdaeva EV, Herendeen PS, Crane PR. The presumed ginkgophyte Umaltolepis has seed-bearing structures resembling those of Peltaspermales and Umkomasiales. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 03 21; 114(12):E2385-E2391. PMID: 28265050.
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    11. Herendeen PS, Friis EM, Pedersen KR, Crane PR. Palaeobotanical redux: revisiting the age of the angiosperms. Nat Plants. 2017 03 03; 3:17015. PMID: 28260783.
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    12. Shi G, Leslie AB, Herendeen PS, Herrera F, Ichinnorov N, Takahashi M, Knopf P, Crane PR. Early Cretaceous Umkomasia from Mongolia: implications for homology of corystosperm cupules. . 2016 06; 210(4):1418-29. PMID: 26840646.
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    13. Leslie AB, Glasspool I, Herendeen PS, Ichinnorov N, Knopf P, Takahashi M, Crane PR. Pinaceae-like reproductive morphology in Schizolepidopsis canicularis sp. nov. from the Early Cretaceous (Aptian-Albian) of Mongolia. Am J Bot. 2013 Dec; 100(12):2426-36. PMID: 24285570.
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    14. Daly M, Herendeen PS, Guralnick RP, Westneat MW, McDade L. Systematics Agenda 2020: the mission evolves. Syst Biol. 2012 Jul; 61(4):549-52. PMID: 22492540.
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    15. Schönenberger J, von Balthazar M, Takahashi M, Xiao X, Crane PR, Herendeen PS. Glandulocalyx upatoiensis, a fossil flower of Ericales (Actinidiaceae/Clethraceae) from the Late Cretaceous (Santonian) of Georgia, USA. Ann Bot. 2012 Apr; 109(5):921-36. PMID: 22442339.
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    16. Fougère-Danezan M, Herendeen PS, Maumont S, Bruneau A. Morphological evolution in the variable resin-producing Detarieae (Fabaceae): do morphological characters retain a phylogenetic signal? Ann Bot. 2010 Feb; 105(2):311-25. PMID: 19939978.
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    17. Crane PR, Herendeen PS. Bennettitales from the Grisethorpe Bed (Middle Jurassic) at Cayton Bay, Yorkshire, UK. Am J Bot. 2009 Jan; 96(1):284-95. PMID: 21628189.
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    18. Lavin M, Herendeen PS, Wojciechowski MF. Evolutionary rates analysis of Leguminosae implicates a rapid diversification of lineages during the tertiary. Syst Biol. 2005 Aug; 54(4):575-94. PMID: 16085576.
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    19. Crane PR, Herendeen P, Friis EM. Fossils and plant phylogeny. Am J Bot. 2004 Oct; 91(10):1683-99. PMID: 21652317.
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    20. Herendeen PS, Jacobs BF. Fossil legumes from the Middle Eocene (46.0 Ma) Mahenge Flora of Singida, Tanzania. Am J Bot. 2000 Sep; 87(9):1358-66. PMID: 10991905.
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    21. Konopka A, Herendeen P, Crane P. Sporophytes and gametophytes of Dicranaceae from the Santonian (Late Cretaceous) of Georgia, USA. Am J Bot. 1998 May; 85(5):714. PMID: 21684954.
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