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                                Jon M. Stucky

                    Associate Professor of Plant Biology
          Department of Plant Biology, North Carolina State University
                    Box 7612, Raleigh, NC 27695-7612
                          jmstucky@unity.ncsu.edu

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
Ph.D. 1974 Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
Attended the University of Kansas, 1970-1971
M.S. 1970 Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, KS
B.S.E. 1967 Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, KS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Interim Herbarium Curator, 2000, Department of Botany, North Carolina State
  University
Visiting Scientist, Department of Botany, Ohio State University, 1987
Associate Professor, 1979-present, Department of Botany/Plant Biology, North
  Carolina State University
Assistant Professor, 1974-1979, Department of Botany, North Carolina State
  University
Part-Time Instructor, 1971-1974, Botany, Texas Tech University
Part-Time Instructor, 1970-1971, Botany, University of Kansas
Part-Time Instructor, 1969-1970, Botany, Kansas State Teachers College

SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS
Inducted to North Carolina State University Academy of Outstanding Teachers,
  2002
Superior award in the Communications Critique and Awards Program,
  Agricultural Communicators in Education, awarded for Identifying Seedling and
  Mature Weeds Common in the Southeastern United States, 1980
Outstanding Research Award, with R.L. Beckmann, Association of Southeastern
  Biologists, 1982
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 1973
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society, 1968

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Torrey Botanical Society, 2004- present
Society of Wetland Scientists, 1995 - present
Southern Appalachian Botanical Society, 1988 - present
North Carolina Academy of Science, 1988 – present
Association of Southeastern Biologists, 1979 – present

TEACHING
Courses Taught
Wetland Flora, 1993 – present, graduate and undergraduate
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Wetland Delineation, Assessment, and Regulation, 1997 – present, graduate and
  undergraduate
Grasses, Sedges, and Rushes, 1975 – present, graduate
Local Flora, 1989 – present, undergraduate
Plant Life (Introductory Botany), 1974-1976, 1985 – 1996, undergraduate
Systematic Botany, 1975 – 1985, undergraduate
Advanced Plant Taxonomy, 1975 – 1984
Introduction to Research, 2000 – 2003, undergraduate

Instructional Development – Selected Examples
involving Wetland Flora students in a floristic inventory of the Marks Creek
  Wetland Complex recently acquired by Wake County Division of Parks and
  Recreation, report to be submitted to Wake Co., 2007
conducted scientific study of the effectiveness of two plant identification
  techniques using data derived from classroom activities of 2004 Local Flora
  students; results presented at meeting of North Carolina Academy of Science in
  2005 and published in the Journal of the NC Academy of Science in 2006
involved Local Flora students in the Re-inventory of Wake Co. Natural Areas
  Project sponsored by Triangle Land Conservancy and the North Carolina
  Natural Heritage Program, 2002
posted web – based instructional material, Piedmont Spring Flora,
  http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/botany/ncsc/Spring_flora/, to NCSU Herbarium web
  site, material used extensively by PB 220 students, 2001
obtained CALS Academic Program funding to develop web-based instructional
  materials for use by students in BO 405, 220 and by the public interested in
  wetland science, 2000; posted Carolina Wetland Plants,
  http://ceres.cals.ncsu.edu/wetland/library/PrefaceNEW.cfm, to Herbarium web
  site, 2001
received NCSU Instructional Mini-Grant for project titled Enhancing a Botany
  Learning Environment, co-author with Dr. Gerald Van Dyke, 1995; project led to
  NACTA publication in 2000
authored Plant Life (Introductory Botany) lab manual eds. 1, 2 and 3, 1998, 1990
  and 1992

Undergraduate Research Mentoring
Sims, L.. current – Project: Barks of North Carolina Trees: An aid for
 Identification, web page will be posted to NCSU Herbarium web site
Masson, R. 2007. Project: Lotus helleri phenology and survivorship, paper
 presented at meeting of North Carolina Academy of Science, Greenville, NC;
 manuscript In Press with Jour. N.C. Acad. Sci., student to enter graduate
 program of either Dept. of Crop Science or Dept. of Horticultural Science,
 NCSU
Davis, L. 2004. Project: Flora of Centennial Woods: Watershed A, student
 accepted position with the North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill
Pardo, A. 2004. Project: Winter – spring herb phenology in Centennial Woods,
 student accepted position as wetland delineator with Delineations Plus, Cary,
 NC
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Rende, K. 2004. Project: Physical characteristics of microtopographic sites in a
 forested wetland supporting a population of the endangered Least Trillium
Hopper, C. 2003. Project: Igneous rocks, circumneutral soils, and indicator plant
 communities in Wake County, North Carolina, student is environmental
 consultant with Robert J. Goldstein and Associates, Inc., Raleigh.
Jackson, B. 2002. Project: Evaluation of Cardamine douglassii, Douglas’
 Bittercress, as an ornamental, student entered the graduate program at
 Oklahoma State University
Sheats, C. 2002. Project: Habitat characterization of Carolina Least Trillium
Cooper, J. 2001. Project: Dynamic pollinator niche breadth of Claytonia virginica
Bartone, H. 2001. Project: Analysis of floral displays in savanna – pocosin
 ecotones, received 3rd place award for Best Undergraduate Project
 Presentation at meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
 Greensboro, NC
Moseley, E. 1999. Project: Age structure of hardwoods in a Georgia
 depressional wetland.
Tencza, S. 1998. Project: Characterization of the habitats of the rare Cardamine
 douglassii and the widespread C. angustata, paper presented at meeting of the
 North Carolina Academy of Science
Grum, D. 1995. Project: Effects of litter on Solidago verna seedling emergence
Broussard, B. 1993. Project: Flora and vegetation of a southeastern Wake
 County floodplain.
Parker, D. 1992. Project: Eriochloa acuminata: A new North Carolina weed,
 paper presented at meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
 Greensboro, NC; project received special recognition award at the first annual
 NCSU Undergraduate Research Symposium, student entered graduate
 program of Department of Forestry, NCSU
Kuralt, M. 1991. Project: Numerical taxonomy of Liatris
Pritchett, W. 1991. Project: Developing an experimental photosynthesis
 laboratory exercise for NCSU introductory botany class
Pyne, M. 1990. Project: Taxonomic and nomenclatural problems in Liatris,
 presented a paper at meeting of Association of Southeastern Biologists, High
 Pt., NC; co-authored two papers with me that were published in Sida, student
 accepted Plant Ecologist position in The Nature Conservancy

Graduate Student Mentoring, Committees Chaired/Co-Chaired
Ph.D. committees
Krings, A., graduated 2007, Dissertation: Systematics of Gonolobus and the
 Gonolobinae (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae), papers published in several
 journals, Curator of the NCSU Herbarium
McDonald, C., graduated 1978, Dissertation: A biosystematic study of the
 Polygonum hydropiperoides complex, paper published in Amer. Jour. Bot., rare
 species biologist with the US Fish & Wildlife Service
M.S. committees
Elam, C., current – anticipate graduation in 2007, Thesis: The annotated flora
 and plant communities of a middle Atlantic Coastal Plain floodplain (Craven
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  County, North Carolina, papers presented at meetings of the North Carolina
  Academy of Science and the Association of Southeastern Biologists,
  manuscript in review with Castanea, field ecologist with the Florida Natural
  Areas Inventory
Stanton, T., current – anticipate graduation in 2010, Thesis: Seedling recruitment
  patterns in experimental and natural populations of federally endangered
  Smooth Coneflower, biologist with the North Carolina Department of
  Transportation
Sugar, J., current – anticipate graduation in 2009, Thesis: Flora and vegetation of
  clay-based Carolina bays
Walker, A., current – anticipate graduation in 2009, Thesis: Seed banks in
  Piedmont prairie remnants, seed biologist with the Center for Plant
  Conservation, North Carolina Botanical Garden
Gadd, L. 2006. Thesis: Pollination biology of federally endangered Smooth
  Coneflower in small, isolated populations, papers presented at meetings of the
  North Carolina Academy of Science and the Association of Southeastern
  Biologists, manuscript submitted to Jour. Torrey. Bot. Soc. and currently in
  revision, Research Specialist with the Plant Protection Program – Plant Industry
  Division – North Carolina Department of Agriculture
Peters, M. 2006. Thesis: Genetic analyses of the federally endangered Smooth
  Coneflower, paper presented at meetings of the North Carolina Academy of
  Science and Botanical Society of America, paper submitted to Conservation
  Genetics and currently in revision, herbarium assistant at Harvard University
  Herbarium, co-chair with Jenny Xiang
Fleming, M. 2004. Thesis: Effects and importance of soil wetness and
  neighboring vegetation on Solidago verna transplant survival and growth, paper
  presented at meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science, manuscript in
  press with Castanea
Lees, B. 2004. Thesis: Characterization and community analysis of three
  Carolina bays in Bladen County, North Carolina, papers presented at meetings
  of the North Carolina Academy of Science, Association of Southeastern
  Biologists, and North Carolina Stream Restoration Conference, paper
  submitted to Wetlands and currently in revision, Plant Community Ecologist
  with TVA, co-chair with Tom Wentworth
Shelingoski, S. 2004. Thesis: Wells Savannah, an example of a unique fire-
  dependent ecosystem in the North Carolina Coastal Plain, papers presented at
  meetings of the North Carolina Academy of Science and the Association of
  Southeastern Biologists, environmental consultant with URS Corp., Raleigh,
  paper published in Castanea, co-chair with Tom Wentworth
Franklin, M. 2001. Thesis: Factors affecting seed production in natural
  populations of Lysimachia asperulaefolia, a rare self-incompatible species,
  papers presented at meetings of the North Carolina Academy of Science and
  the Association of Southeastern Biologists, Botanist with the North Carolina
  Natural Heritage Program
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Johnston, C. 2001. Thesis: Nitrification – denitrification in soil – plant
 microcosms containing Juncus effusus and Saururus cernuus, environmental
 consulting business owner, co-chair with Steve Broom
Patti, H. 1999. Thesis: Effects of an altered hydrologic regime on a
 southeastern bottomland hardwood forest, Sampson County, North Carolina,
 papers presented at meetings of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
 Society of Wetland Scientists, and Aquatic Plant Management Society,
 accepted position as habitat manager with Triangle Land Conservancy in
 Wisconsin
Bigger, S. 1998. Thesis: The effect of hydrologic and sediment factors on the
 distribution of wetland plants in beaver ponds in the Coastal Plain of North
 Carolina, paper presented at meeting of the North Carolina Academy of
 Science
Tompkins, R. 1996. Thesis: The microhabitat and spatial patterning of Lotus
 helleri, paper published in Castanea, faculty of Belmont Abbey College and
 Ph.D. student at Clemson University
Brewster, M. 1995. Thesis: The phenology, reproductive biology, and habitat of
 two Solidago verna populations near Fayetteville, North Carolina,
 environmental consultant originally with Robert J. Goldstein and Associates,
 Inc., Raleigh, co-chair with Tom Wentworth
Siwundla, N. 1986. Thesis: Systematic anatomy of cotyledons, leaves, and
 pericarps in Sesbania (sensu lato) of the southeastern United States, paper
 presented at meeting of the Botanical Society of America
McCrimmon, J. 1981. Thesis: Vegetation analysis of the weed flora of corn
 fields in the Coastal Plain, Fall Zone, and Piedmont of North Carolina, originally
 accepted position as data analyst for the NCSU Air Pollution Program
Dickerson, T. 1978. Thesis: Floristic survey and plant community descriptions of
 Bear Island, Onslow County, North Carolina
Anderson, L. 1978. Thesis: The life history and ecology of Carex misera and C.
 purpurifera (Cyperaceae), entered Ph.D. program at University of Washington

Peer-Reviewed Teaching/Pedagogy Publications
Stucky, J.M. 2006. Character tables for families of the non-arboreal, spring-
 flowering flora of the eastern Piedmont of North Carolina. Vulpia 5: 41-51.
Stucky, J.M., U. Subramaniam, and M. McCullen. 2006. Plant identification
 keys for undergraduate students. Jour. North Carolina Acad. Sci. 122: 125-
 131.
Stucky, J.M. and E.C. Swab. 2005. Winter keys to common, wetland trees,
 shrubs, and woody vines of the North Carolina Coastal Plain. Vulpia 4: 68-93.
Stucky, J.M. 2003. Winter twig keys to common, native, fully deciduous trees
 and phanerophyte shrubs of the North Carolina eastern Piedmont. Vulpia 2:
 23-42.
Stucky, J.M. 2002. Key to families and genera of native and naturalized, winter-
 and spring-flowering herbs, vines, and shrubs of the Raleigh area. Vulpia 1: 1-
 22.
Bostick, G., C.G. Van Dyke, and J.M. Stucky. 2000. Enhancing a botany
 learning environment. NACTA Jour. 44: 12-16.
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Non-Reviewed Teaching/Pedagogy Publications
Stucky, J.M. and D.S. Wright. 1988. Plant Life Laboratory Exercises. Kendall-
 Hunt Pub. Co.

________________________. 1990. Plant Life Laboratory Exercises, ed. 2.
 Kendall-Hunt Pub. Co.

________________________. 1992. Plant Life Laboratory Exercises, ed. 3.
 Kendall-Hunt Pub. Co.

Teaching Web Site Development:
Stucky, J.M. 2001. Piedmont Spring Flora.
 http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/plantbiology/ncsc/Spring_flora/index.htm
Stucky, J.M. and A. Krings. 2000. Carolina Wetland Plants.
 http://ceres.cals.ncsu.edu/wetland/library/PrefaceNEW.cfm

Funded Teaching/Pedagogy Proposals:
Diversity in the Classroom; NC Center for Teaching and Learning; 2001; $1,500;
 with Jeffrey Coker
Web-Based Educational Materials for Wetland Plant Identification; NCSU-CALS;
 November, 2000; $3,176
Enhancing a Botany Learning Environment; NCSU Instructional Mini-Grant;
 1995; $2,000; with Dr. Gerald Van Dyke

RESEARCH
Current Involvements
Trillium pusillum distribution across microhabitats
Seed and seedling biology of Echinacea laevigata
Flora of clay-based Carolina bays

Funded Grants and Contracts
Governor Dan K. Moore – Keep North Carolina Beautiful, The annotated flora
 and plant communities of a middle Atlantic Coastal Plain floodplain (Craven
 County, North Carolina, 2006, $2,500. Funded to my student, Caitlin Elam,
 with my assistance.
North Carolina Department of Transportation, Mitigation plan for Solidago verna
 in Craven Co., NC. P.I., 2003-2005, $78,951.
North Carolina Wildflower Preservation Society, Selecting target plant community
 for the restoration of a historically significant savanna in Pender County, North
 Carolina, 2001, $300. Funded to my student, Susan Shelingoski, with my
 assistance.
North Carolina Academy of Science, Selecting target plant community for the
 restoration of a historically significant savanna in Pender County, North
 Carolina, 2001, $300. Funded to my student, Susan Shelingoski with my
 assistance.
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North Carolina Department of Transportation, Methodology to assess soil,
 hydrologic, and site parameters that affect wetland restoration success.
 Cooperator, 2001-2008, $1,937,127.
North Carolina Wildflower Preservation Society, Reproductive biology of
 Lysimachia asperulifolia, 1999, $250. Funded to my student, Misty Franklin,
 with my assistance.
United States Forest Service/Croatan National Forest Office, Reproductive
 biology of Lysimachia asperulifolia, P.I., 1999-2001, $10,000.
USDA/NRCS/Watershed Science Institute and Wetland Science Institute, Effect
 of altered hydrology on riparian plant community, P.I., 1996-1999, $60,000.
North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, Animal Waste Management
 Funding Initiative, Evaluating wetland plant species for use in constructed
 wetlands, P.I., 1995-1997, $13,200.
North Carolina Wildflower Preservation Society, Introgressive hybridization in
 Liatrris ser. Graminifoliae, 1988, $700, Funded to my undergraduate mentee,
 Milo Pyne, with my assistance
NCSU Faculty Research and Professional Development Fund, Karyotype
 analysis of Sericocarpus (Asteraceae) species, P.I., 1975, $500.
North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, various short-term projects, P.I.,
 1974 – current, $1,500 – 2,500 per year.

Peer-Reviewed Articles
Masson, R. and J.M. Stucky. 2007. Lotus unifoliatus var. helleri phenology and
  reaction to simulated mowing. Jour. NC Acad. Sci.
Fleming, M.M., J.M. Stucky, and C. Brownie. 2007. Effects and importance of
  soil wetness and neighbor vegetation on Solidago verna M.A. Curtis ex Torrey
  & A. Gray (spring-flowering goldenrod0 [Asteraceae] transplant survivorship
  and growth. In Press, Castanea.
Vidra, R.L., T.H. Shear, and J.M. Stucky. 2007. Effects of vegetation removal
  on native understory recovery in an exotic-rich forest. In Press, Jour. Torr. Bot.
  Soc.
Smith, T.A., D.L. Osmond, C.E. Moorman, J.M. Stucky, and J.W. Gilliam. 2007.
  Effects of vegetation management on bird habitat in riparian buffer zones. In
  Press, Southeastern Naturalist.
Franklin, M.A., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth, C. Brownie, and T. Roulston.
  2006. Limitations to fruit and seed production by Lysimachia asperulifolia Poir.
  (Primulaceae), a rare plant species of the Carolinas. Jour. Torr. Bot. Soc. 133:
  403-411.
Shelingoski, S., R.J. LeBlond, J.M. Stucky, and T.R. Wentworth. 2005. Flora
  and soils of Wells Savannah, an example of a unique savanna type. Castanea
  70: 101-114.
Nesom, G. and J.M. Stucky. 2004. Taxonomy of the Liatris pilosa (Graminifolia)
  complex (Asteraceae: Eupatorieae). Sida 21: 815-826.
Tompkins, R.D. and J.M. Stucky. 2000. Microhabitat study of Lotus unifoliatus
  var. helleri: Microdistribution, associated species, and potential effects of
  roadside mowing. Castanea 65: 213-220.
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Stucky, J.M., H.D. Patti, and T.H. Shear. 1999. Regression equations for
 estimating Ilex opaca biomass components: Scientific Note. Castanea. 64:
 350-354.
Stucky, J.M. and R. Coxe. 1999. The loss of a unique wetland in the Piedmont,
 North Carolina. Castanea 64: 287-298.
Stucky, J.M. 1992. Liatris virgata (Asteraceae) in the southeastern United
 States. Sida 15: 177-183.
Stucky, J.M. 1991. Affinities between Liatris cokeri Pyne & Stucky
 (Asteraceae), a sandhills endemic of the Carolinas, and its widely distributed
 relative, L. graminifolia (Walter) Willd. Amer. Midl. Nat. 125: 323-330.
Pyne, M. and J.M. Stucky. 1990. Lectotypification of Laciniaria carinata Small
 (Asteraceae). Sida 14: 209-213.
Stucky, J.M. and M. Pyne. 1990. A new species of Liatris (Asteraceae) from
 the Carolina sandhills. Sida 14: 189-208.
Siwundla, N. and J.M. Stucky. 1989. Pericarp anatomy in Sesbania (Fabaceae)
 of the southeastern United States and its systematic significance. Castanea
 54: 164-171.
Stucky, J.M. 1985. Pollination systems of sympatric Ipomoea hederacea and I.
 purpurea and the significance of interspecific pollen flow. Amer. Jour. Bot. 72:
 32-43.
Stucky, J.M. 1984. Forager attraction by sympatric Ipomoea hederacea and
 Ipomoea purpurea (Convolvulaceae) and corresponding forager behavior and
 energetics. Amer. Jour. Bot. 71: 1237-1244.
Stucky, J.M. 1984. Comparison of two methods of identifying weeds. Weed
 Sci. 32: 598-602.
Stucky, J.M. and R.L. Beckmann. 1982. Pollination biology, self-incompatibility
 and sterility in Ipomoea pandurata (L.) G.F.W. Meyer (Convolvulaceae). Amer.
 Jour. Bot. 69: 1022-1031.
Resslar, P.M., J.M. Stucky, and J/P. Miksche. 1981. Cytophotometric
 determination of the amount of DNA in Arachis L. sect. Arachis (Leguminosae).
 Amer. Jour. Bot. 68: 149-153.
Beckmann, R.L. and J.M. Stucky. 1981. Extrafloral nectarines and plant
 guarding in Ipomoea pandurata. BioScience 31: 50.
Beckmann, R.L. and J.M. Stucky. 1981. Extrafloral nectarines and plant
 guarding in Ipomoea pandurata (L.) G.F.W. Meyer (Convolvulaceae). Amer.
 Jour. Bot. 68: 72-79.
Stucky, J.M. 1978. Hybridization between Aster and Machaeranthera and its
 taxonomic significance. Amer. Jour. Bot. 65: 125-133.
Stucky, J.M. and R.C. Jackson. 1975. DNA content of seven species of
 Astereae and its significance to theories of chromosome evolution in the tribe.
 Amer. Jour Bot. 62: 509-518.


MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW OR REVISION
Dimick, B.P., J.M. Stucky, M.J. Vepraskas, T.R. Wentworth, and W. Wall. Plant-
 soil relationships in three Carolina bays in Bladen County, North Carolina.
 Wetlands
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Gadd, L.E., J.M. Stucky, and C. Brownie. Pollination biology of the federally
 endangered Echinacea laevigata (Boynton and Beadle) Blake, smooth
 coneflower, in small, isolated populations. Jour. Torr. Bot. Soc.
Peters, M.J., Xiang, D. Thomas, and J.M. Stucky. Genetic diversity and
 outcrossing rate in the federally endangered Echinacea laevigata (Asteraceae)
 inferred from amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP). Conservation
 Genetics.

Non-Refereed Publications and Reports
Stucky, J.M. and M. Fleming. 2006. Recommended mitigation plan for Solidago
 verna in Craven Co., North Carolina; Havelock Bypass, R-1015. NCDOT Final
 Tech. Report, Research Project HWY-0733.
Stucky, J.M. and D.S. Wright. 1998. Germination responses of Solidago verna
 seed. Phytotron Annual Report.
Stucky, J.M. and D.S. Wright. 1997. Germination responses of Solidago verna
 seed. Phytotron Annual Report.
Stucky, J.M. 1982. Effect of 2,4-D on seed germination and seedling
 establishment of tall morningglory. Phytotron Annual Report.
Stucky, J.M. with assistance from T.J. Monaco and A.D. Worsham. 1981.
 Identifying Seedling and Mature Weeds Common in the Southeastern United
 States. North Carolina Agricultural Research Service and North Carolina
 Agricultural Extension Service Bulletin No. 461, p. 197.
Stucky, J.M. 1980. Identifying Seedling and Mature Weeds Common in the
 Southeastern United States. NC Agr. Res. Serv. Bull. No. 461.

Contributed Research Presentations
2007 Elam, C., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth, and J.D.Gregory. A floristic
 inventory of Cool Springs Environmental Center, New Bern, North Carolina.
 Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, April 18-21, University of
 South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
2007 Masson, R. and J.M. Stucky. Phenologic study and simulated mowing of
 Lotus unifoliatus var. helleri. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of
 Science, March 31, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
2006 Gadd, L. and J.M. Stucky. Pollination biology of Echinacea laevigata,
 smooth coneflower, in small, isolated populations. Meeting of the Association
 of Southeastern Biologists, March 29-April 1, Gatlinburg, TN.
2006 Fleming, M.M., J.M. Stucky, and C. Brownie. Interactive effects and
 relative importance of neighboring vegetation and soil wetness on the growth
 and survival of Solidago verna, spring-flowering goldenrod, in the North
 Carolina Coastal Plain. Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists,
 March 29-April ,1Gatlinburg, TN.
2006 Elam, C. and J.M. Stucky. A floristic inventory of Cool Springs
 Environmental Education Center, Craven Co., North Carolina. Meeting of the
 North Carolina Academy of Science, March 24-26, Bennett College,
 Greensboro, NC.
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2005 Walker, A.S. and J.M. Stucky. Seed banks of North Carolina prairie
 remnants. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science, March 18-20,
 Meredith College, Raleigh, NC.
2005 Gadd, L.E. and J.M. Stucky. Habitat loss and its effect on the pollination
 biology of Echinacea laevigata, smooth coneflower. Meeting of the North
 Carolina Academy of Science, March 18-20, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC.
2005 Peters, M.P., J.M. Stucky, and J. Xiang. Analysis of genetic diversity and
 outcrossing rates in the federally endangered species Echinacea laevigata.
 Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science, March 18-20, Meredith
 College, Raleigh, NC.
2005 Stucky, J.M. Comparing the use of a multi-access key and a dichotomous
 key by undergraduates in a local flora course. Meeting of the North Carolina
 Academy of Science, March 18-20, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC.
2005 Peters, M., J.M. Stucky, E. Vargo, and J. Xiang. Genetic diversity and
 outcrossing rate in the federally endangered Echinacea laevigata (Asteraceae)
 – Inferred from amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP). Meeting of the
 Botanical Society of America. Austin, TX.
2004 Osmond, D.L., T.A. Smith, C. Moorman, J.W. Gilliam, and J.M. Stucky.
 Effects of widening buffers: Nitrate reductions and bird populations. American
 Water Resources Association Conference: Riparian Ecosystems and Buffers:
 Multi-scale Structure, Function, and Management. June 28-30, Olympic Valley,
 CA.
2004 Shelingoski, S., R. Leblond, J. M. Stucky, and T. Wentworth. Wells
 Savannah, an example of a unique, fire-dependent ecosystem in the North
 Carolina Coastal Plain. Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists,
 University of Memphis, TN.
2004 Fleming, M. and J. M. Stucky. Intensity and importance of plant
 competition on survival and growth of Solidago verna, spring-flowering
 goldenrod, on different Coastal Plain soils. Meeting of the North Carolina
 Academy of Science, March 26-28, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC.
2004 Krings, A. and J.M. Stucky. “Vulpia”: A new online journal of botany of
 interest to teachers. Poster. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of
 Science, March 26-28, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC.
2004 Shelingoski, S, R. Leblond, J.M. Stucky, and T. Wentworth. Wells
 Savannah, a recently conserved, unique site with affinities to the former Big
 Savannah. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science, March 26-28,
 Catawba College, Salisbury, NC.
2002 Franklin, M.A., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth, and C. Brownie. Factors
 affecting seed production in natural populations of Lysimachia asperulifolia
 Poir. (Primulaceae), a rare self-incompatible species. Meeting of the
 Association of Southeastern Biologists, April 10-13, Appalachian State
 University, Boone, NC. (paper won NC Botanical Garden Award)
2002 Shelingoski, S., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth, and R. Leblond.
 Determination of a target plant community for restoration of a historically
 significant savanna in Pender County, North Carolina. Meeting of the
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 Association of Southeastern Biologists, April 10-13, Appalachian State
 University, Boone, NC.
2002 Shelingoski, S., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth, and R. Leblond.
 Determination of a target plant community for restoration of a historically
 significant savanna in Pender County, North Carolina. Meeting of the North
 Carolina Academy of Science, March 22-23, University of North Carolina,
 Chapel Hill, NC.
2002 Lees, B., J.M. Stucky, and T.R. Wentworth. Characterization of three
 Carolina bays in Bladen County, North Carolina. Meeting of the Association of
 Southeastern Biologists, April 10-13, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC.
2002 Lees, B., J.M. Stucky, and T.R. Wentworth. Characterization of three
 Carolina bays in Bladen County, North Carolina. Meeting of the North Carolina
 Academy of Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
2002 Lees, B., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth. Characterization of three Carolina
 bays in Bladen County, North Carolina. 5th Annual North Carolina Stream
 Restoration Conference. Wilmington, NC.
2001 Franklin, M.A., J.M. Stucky, T.R. Wentworth. Reproductive ecology of
 Lysimachia asperulifolia: Seed production in natural populations. Meeting of
 the North Carolina Academy of Science, March 24-25, University of North
 Carolina, Greensboro, NC.
2001 Franklin, M.A., T.R. Wentworth, and J.M. Stucky. Reproductive ecology of
 Lysimachia asperulifolia: Seed production in natural populations. Poster.
 Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, Tulane and Loyola
 Universities, New Orleans, LA.
1999 Patti, H. and J.M. Stucky. Effect of an altered hydrologic regime on the
 water table, soil redox potential, and plant community in a Coastal Plain
 bottomland hardwood forest. Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists.
 June 6-12, Norfolk, VA.
1999 Patti, H. and J.M. Stucky. Effect of an altered hydrologic regime on a
 bottomland hardwood forest in Sampson County, North Carolina. Meeting of
 the Aquatic Plant Management Society. June 11-14, Asheville, NC.
1999 Stucky, J.M., S. Kay, and S. Hoyle. Survivorship and biomass
 accumulation of North Carolina Juncus effusus and Vallisneria Americana in
 four North Carolina lake soils. Meeting of the Aquatic Plant Management
 Society. June 11-14, Asheville, NC.
1999 Stucky, J.M. Solidago verna, a disturbance-adapted, endangered plant
 species of the Carolinas. Meeting of the Association of Southeastern
 Biologists. April 14-16, Wilmington, NC.
1998 Stucky, J.M. Mitigation of Solidago verna. Joint meeting of the North
 Carolina Plant Conservation Board and Scientific Committee, December 7,
 North Carolina Zoo, Asheboro, NC.
1998 Tencza, S. and J.M. Stucky. Habitat description for Cardamine douglassii
 and C. angustata. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science, March
 27-29, North Carolina A&T University, Greensboro, NC.
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1998 Coxe, R. and J.M. Stucky. A Coastal Plain seepage wetland in northern
 Wake Co., North Carolina. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
 March 27-29, North Carolina A&T University, Greensboro, NC.
1998 Bigger, S. and J.M. Stucky. The effects of hydrologic and sediment
 factors on the distribution of wetland plants in beaver ponds in the Coastal Plain
 of North Carolina. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science, March
 27-29, North Carolina A&T University, Greensboro, NC.
1998 Stucky, J.M. and D.S. Wright. The status of Solidago verna (Asteraceae),
 a North Carolina endangered species, in the Croatan National Forest. Meeting
 of the North Carolina Academy of Science, March 27-29, North Carolina A&T
 University, Greensboro, NC.
1998 Patti, H. and J.M. Stucky. The effects of an altered hydrologic regime on a
 bottomland hardwood forest community in Sampson, County, North Carolina –
 A Study Design, Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science, North
 Carolina A&T University, Greensboro, NC.
1997 Stucky, J.M., S. Bigger, and C. Johnston. Evaluation of wetland plant
 species for use in constructed wetlands, Poster, North Carolina State University
 Waste Management Field Day, August 18, Raleigh, NC.
1997 Stucky, J.M. The status of Solidago verna, a North Carolina endangered
 species, in the Croatan National Forest. Meeting of the North Carolina
 Academy of Science, March 21-23, North Carolina Central University, Durham,
 NC.
1996 Stucky, J.M. Evaluation of wetland plant species for use in constructed
 wetlands. North Carolina State University Animal/Poultry Waste Management
 Consortium Meeting, December 5, Raleigh, NC.
1993 Stucky, J.M. Nomenclatural changes in Liatris ser. Graminifoliae
 (Asteraceae). Meeting of the American Society of Plant Taxonomy. Ames, IA.
1992 Stucky, J.M. The correct name of the grass-leaved gayfeather of the
 southeastern United States. Meeting of the Association of Southeastern
 Biologists.
1992 Stucky, J.M. The correct name of the grass-leaved gayfeather of the
 southeastern United States. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of
 Science, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC.
1991 Stucky, J.M. Affinities between Liatris cokeri, a sandhills endemic of the
 Carolinas, and its widely distributed relative, L. graminifolia. Meeting of the
 North Carolina Academy of Science, March 22-23, University of North Carolina-
 Greensboro, Greensboro, NC.
1991 Stucky, J.M. Affinities between Liatris cokeri, a sandhills endemic of the
 Carolinas, and its widely distributed relative, L. graminifolia. Meeting of the
 Association of Southeastern Biologists, Boone, NC.
1990 Stucky, J.M. and M. Pyne. A new species of Liatris (Asteraceae) from
 the Carolina sandhills. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
 High Pt., NC.
1990 Pyne, M. and J.M. Stucky. Lectotypification of Laciniaria carinata Coker
 (Asteraceae). Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science. High Pt.,
 NC.
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1990 Stucky, J.M. and M. Pyne. A new species of Liatris (Asteraceae) from the
 Carolina sandhills. Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists.
1989 Stucky, J.M. and G. Pyne. Clarification of the distributions of Liatris
 graminifolia and L. cokeri. Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
 March 31-April 1, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC.
1989 Pyne, G. and J.M. Stucky. The name of the Sandhills Blazing Star
 (Liatris: Asteraceae). Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
 March 31-April 1, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC.
1986 Stucky, J.M. and S. Carvalho. Seed development in tall morningglory
 (Ipomoea purpurea L. Roth) and the effect of 2, 4-D applied to seeds at
 susceptible developmental states. Meeting of the Southern Weed Science
 Society. Houston, TX.
1986 Siwundla, N. and J.M. Stucky. Systematic anatomy of leaves, cotyledons,
 and pericarps in Sesbania of the southeastern United States. Meeting of the
 Botanical Society of America. Amherst, MA.
1984 DuBay, D. J.M. Stucky, and J. Elson. Direct effects of acid deposition on
 the sexual reproduction of agricultural crops. National Atmospheric Deposition
 Meeting. Knoxville, TN.
1983 Stucky, J.M. Forager attraction by sympatric Ipomoea hederacea and I.
 purpurea and corresponding forager behavior and energetics. Meeting of the
 Association of Southeastern Biologists. Tuscaloosa, AL.
1980 Resslar, P.M., J.M. Stucky, and J.P. Miksche. Cytohotometric
 determination of the amount of DNA in Arachis sect. Arachis. American Peanut
 Research and Education Conference.
1979 Stucky, J.M. A karyotype study of Ipomoea (Convolvulaceae). Meeting of
 the Association of Southeastern Biologists. Chattanooga, TN.
1979 Stucky, J.M. A practical application of a polyclave. Meeting of the
 Association of Southeastern Biologists. Chattanooga, TN.
1979 Beckmann, R.L. and J.M. Stucky. Pollination biology of Ipomoea
 pandurata (L.) G.F.W. Meyer (Convolvulaceae). Meeting of the Association of
 Southeastern Biologists. Chattanooga, TN.

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