Plant Volatiles, Phylogeny & Pollination Biology

2013

  1. Miller, T.J., K.M. Kay, R.A. Raguso. 2013. Novel acquisition of hawkmoth pollinators in Clarkia reduces efficiency, not attraction of diurnal visitors. Annals of Botany: doi:10.1093/aob/mct237.
  2. Doubleday, L.A., R.A. Raguso, C.G. Eckert. 2013. Dramatic vestigialization of floral fragrance across a transition from outcrossing to selfing in Abronia umbellata (Nyctaginaceae). American Journal of Botany 100: 1-13.
  3. Moré, M. A.A. Cocucci, R.A. Raguso. 2013. The importance of oligosulfides in the attraction of fly pollinators to the brood-site deceptive species Jaborosa rotacea (Solanaceae). International Journal of Plant Science 174: 863-876.
  4. Friberg, M., C. Schwind, R.A. Raguso, J.N. Thompson. 2013. Extreme divergence in floral scent among woodland star species (Lithophragma spp.) pollinated by floral parasites. Annals of Botany 111: 539-550.

2012

  1. Steenhuisen, S-L., R.A. Raguso, S.D. Johnson. 2012. Floral scent in bird- and beetle-pollinated Protea species (Proteaceae): Chemistry, emission rates and function. Phytochemistry 74: 78-87.
  2. Parachnowitsch, A.L., R.A. Raguso, A. Kessler. 2012. Phenotypic selection to increase floral scent emission, but not flower size or colour in bee-pollinated Penstemon digitalis. New Phytologist 195: 667-675.

2011

  1. Becklin, K.M., G. Gamez, B. Uelk, R.A. Raguso, C. Galen. Mycorrhizae mediate host plant reproduction through effects on floral signals, pollinator rewards and behavior of floral visitors. 2011. American Journal of Botany 98: 1299–1308.
  2. Jofre, J., B. Goffinet, P. Marino, R.A. Raguso, S.S. Nihei, F. Massardo, R. Rozzi. 2011. First evidence of insect attraction by a Southern Hemisphere Splachnaceae: The case of Tayloria dubyi in the Reserve Biosphere Cape Horn, Chile. Nova Hedwigia 92: 317-326.
  3. Galen, C., R. Kaczorowski, S.L. Todd, J. Geib, R.A. Raguso. 2011. Dosage-dependent impacts of a floral volatile on pollinators, larcenists and the potential for floral evolution in the alpine skypilot,Polemonium viscosum. The American Naturalist 177: 258-272.

2010

  1. Steenhuisen, S-L., R.A. Raguso, A. Jürgens, S.D. Johnson. 2010. Spatial patterns and developmental differences of scent emission in flowerheads of beetle-pollinated Protea species (Proteaceae). South African Journal of Botany 76: 779-787.
  2. Majetic, C., M.D. Rausher, R.A. Raguso. 2010. The pigment-scent connection: do mutations in regulatory vs. structural anthocyanin genes differentially alter floral scent production in Ipomoea purpurea? South African Journal of Botany 76: 632-642.
  3. Artz, D.R., C.A. Villagra, R.A. Raguso. 2010. Spatiotemporal variation in the reproductive ecology of two parapatric subspecies of Oenothera cespitosa(Onagraceae). American Journal of Botany 97: 1498-1510.
  4. Jofre, J., F. Massardo, R. Rozzi, B. Goffinet, P. Marino, RA. Raguso, N. P. Navarro. 2010. Fenología reproductiva del musgo Tayloria dubyi en las turberas dela Reserva de Biosfera Cabo de Hornos: un caso de interacción entre musgo, dípterous y aves. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 83: 195-206.

2009

  1. Goodrich, K.R., R.A. Raguso. 2009. The olfactory component of floral display in Asimina and Deeringothamnus (Annonaceae). New Phytologist 183: 457-469.
  2. Wiemer, A., M. Moré, S. Benítez-Vieyra, A. Cocucci, R.A. Raguso, A. Sérsic. 2009. A simple floral fragrance and unusual osmophore structure in Cyclopogon elatus (Orchidaceae). Plant Biology 11: 506-514.
  3. Schlumpberger, B.O., A.A. Cocucci, M. Moré, A. Sércic, R.A. Raguso. 2009. Extreme variation in floral characters and its consequences for pollinator attraction among populations of an Andean cactus. Annals of Botany 103: 1489-1500.
  4. Majetic, C.J., R.A. Raguso, T-L. Ashman. 2009. The sweet smell of success: floral scent affects pollinator attraction and seed fitness in Hesperis matronalis. Functional Ecology 23: 480-487.
  5. Marino, P., R.A. Raguso, B. Goffinet. 2009. The ecology and evolution of fly-dispersed dung mosses (Splachnaceae): manipulating insect behaviour through odour and visual cues. Symbiosis 47: 61-76.

2008

  1. Chess, S.K.R., R.A. Raguso, G. LeBuhn. 2008. Geographic divergence in floral morphology and scent in Linanthus dichotomus(Polemoniaceae). American Journal of Botany 95: 1652-1659.
  2. Majetic, C.J., R.A. Raguso, T.-L. Ashman. 2008. The impact of biochemistry vs. population membership on floral scent profiles in colour polymorphic Hesperis matronalis. Annals of Botany 102: 911-922.
  3. Schlumpberger, B.O., R.A. Raguso. 2008. Geographic variation in floral scent of Echinopsis ancistrophora(Cactaceae); evidence for constraints on hawkmoth attraction. Oikos 117: 801-814.

2007

  1. Theis, N.B., M. Lerdau, R.A. Raguso. 2007. The challenge of attracting pollinators while evading floral herbivores: Patterns of fragrance emission in Cirsium arvense and Cirsium repandum (Asteraceae). International Journal of Plant Science 168: 587-601.
  2. Majetic, C.J., R.A. Raguso, S.J. Tonsor, T.L. Ashman. 2007. Flower color-flower scent associations in polymorphic Hesperis matronalis (Brassicaceae). Phytochemistry 68: 865-874.
  3. Raguso, R.A., A. Kelber, M. Pfaff, R.A. Levin, L.A. McDade. 2007. Floral biology of North American Oenothera sect. Lavauxia (Onagraceae): Advertisements, rewards and extreme variation in floral depth. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 94: 236-257.

2006

  1. Ollerton, J., R.A. Raguso. 2006. The sweet stench of decay. New Phytologist 172: 382-385.
  2. Svensson, G.P., O. Pellmyr, R.A. Raguso. 2006. Strong conservation of floral scent composition in two allopatric Yuccas. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32: 2657-2665.
  3. Raguso, R.A., B.O. Schlumpberger, R.L. Kaczorowski, T.P. Holtsford. 2006. Phylogenetic fragrance patterns in Nicotiana sections Alatae and Suaveolentes. Phytochemistry 67: 1931-1942.
  4. Goodrich, K.R., M.L. Zjhra, C.A. Ley, R.A. Raguso. 2006. When flowers smell fermented: the chemistry and ontogeny of yeasty floral scent in pawpaw (Asimina triloba: Annonaceae). International Journal of Plant Science 167: 33-46.

2005

  1. Theis, N.B, R.A. Raguso. 2005. The effect of pollination on floral fragrance in thistles (Cirsium, asteraceae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 2581-2600.
  2. Svensson, G.P., M.O. Hickman, S. Bartram, W. Boland, O. Pellmyr, R.A. Raguso. 2005. Chemistry and geographic variation of floral scent in Yucca filamentosa (Agavaceae). American Journal of Botany 92:1624-1631.
  3. Ashman, T.L., M. Bradburn, D.H. Cole, B.H. Blaney, R.A. Raguso. 2005. The scent of a male: the role of floral volatiles in pollination of a gender dimorphic plant. Ecology 86: 2099-2105.

2004

  1. Knudsen, J.T., L. Tollsten, I. Groth, L.G. Bergström, R.A. Raguso. 2004. Trends of floral scent in pollination syndromes: Hummingbird pollinated plants. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 46:191-199.
  2. Raguso. R.A. 2004. Why are some floral nectars scented? Ecology 85: 1486-1494.
  3. Raguso, R.A. 2004. Why do flowers smell? The chemical ecology of fragrance-driven pollination. Pp.151-178 in: Cardé, R.T. and Millar, J.G., eds. “Advances in Insect Chemical Ecology”. Cambridge University Press.

2003

  1. Raguso, R.A., C. Henzel, S.L. Buchmann, G.P. Nabhan. 2003. Trumpet flowers of the Sonoran Desert: Floral biology of Peniocereus cacti and Sacred Datura. International Journal of Plant Biology 164: 877-892.
  2. Levin, R.A., L.A. McDade, R.A. Raguso. 2003. The systematic utility of floral and vegetative fragrance in two genera of Nyctaginaceae. Systematic Biology 52: 334-351.
  3. Raguso, R.A., R. A. Levin, S.E. Foose, M.W. Holmberg, L.A. McDade. 2003. Fragrance chemistry, nocturnal rhythms and pollination “syndromes” in Nicotiana. Phytochemistry 63: 265-284.

2001

  1. Levin, R.A., R.A. Raguso, L.A. McDade. 2001. Fragrance chemistry and pollinator affinities in Nyctaginaceae. Phytochemistry 58: 429-440.

1999

  1. Odell, E., R.A. Raguso, K.N. Jones. 1999. Bumblebee foraging at snapdragon flowers (Antirrhinum:Scrophulariaceae): responses to variation in floral color and scent. American Midlands Naturalist 142: 257-265.

1998

  1. Raguso, R.A., B. Roy. 1998. “Floral” scent production by Puccinia rust fungi that mimic flowers. Molecular Ecology 7: 1127-1136.

1995

  1. Raguso, R.A., E. Pichersky. 1995. Floral volatiles of Clarkia breweri and C. concinna(Onagraceae): recent evolution of floral aroma and moth pollination. Plant Systematics and Evolution 194: 55-67.