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Levin, R. A., G. Bernardello, C. Whiting*, and J. S. Miller. 2011 A new generic circumscription in tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae). Taxon 60: 681-690.

Miller, J. S., A. Kamath, J. Damashek, and R. A. Levin. 2011. Out of America to Africa or Asia: Inference of dispersal histories using nuclear and plastid DNA and the S-RNase self-incompatibility locus. Molecular Biology and Evolution 28: 793-801.

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Levin, R. A., A. Whelan, and J. S. Miller. 2009. The utility of nuclear conserved ortholog set II (COSII) genomic regions for species-level phylogenetic inference in Lycium (Solanaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 53: 881-890.

Miller, J. S., A. Kamath, and R. A. Levin. 2009. Do multiple tortoises equal a hare? The utility of nine noncoding plastid regions for species-level phylogenetics in tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae). Systematic Botany 34: 796-804.

Levin, R. A., J. Blanton, and J. S. Miller. 2009. Phylogenetic utility of nuclear nitrate reductase: A multi-locus comparison of nuclear and chloroplast sequence data for inference of relationships among American Lycieae (Solanaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 50: 608-617.

Miller, J. S., R. A. Levin, and N. Feliciano. 2008. A Tale of Two Continents: Baker's Rule and the Maintenance of Self-Incompatibility in Lycium (Solanaceae). Evolution 62: 1052-1065.

Levin, R. A., J. R. Shak, G. Bernardello, A. M. Venter, and J. S. Miller. 2007. Evolutionary Relationships in Tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae). Proceedings of the VI International Solanaceae Conference. Acta Horticulturae 745: 225-239.

Raguso, R., A. Kelber, M. Pfaff, R. A. Levin, and 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.

Levin, R. A., N. R. Myers, and L. Bohs. 2006. Phylogenetic relationships among the “spiny solanums” (Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum, Solanaceae). American Journal of Botany 93(1): 157-169.

Levin, R. A., and J. S. Miller. 2005. Relationships within tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae): Paraphyly of Lycium and multiple origins of gender dimorphism. American Journal of Botany 92(12): 2044-2053.

Levin, R. A., K. Watson, and L. Bohs. 2005. A four-gene study of evolutionary relationships in Solanum section Acanthophora. American Journal of Botany 92(4): 603-612.

Levin, R. A., W. L. Wagner, P. C. Hoch, W. J. Hahn, A. Rodriguez, D. A. Baum, L. Katinas, E. A. Zimmer, and K. J. Sytsma. 2004. Paraphyly in tribe Onagreae: Insights into phylogenetic relationships of Onagraceae based on nuclear and chloroplast sequence data. Systematic Botany 29(1): 147-164.

Levin, R. A., L. A. McDade, and R. A. Raguso. 2003. The systematic utility of floral and vegetative fragrance in two genera of Nyctaginaceae. Systematic Biology 52(3): 334-351.

Levin, R. A., W. L. Wagner, P. C. Hoch, M. Nepokroeff, J. C. Pires, E. A. Zimmer, and K. J. Sytsma. 2003. Family-level relationships of Onagraceae based on chloroplast rbcL and ndhF data. American Journal of Botany 90(1): 107-115.

Raguso, R. A., R. A. Levin, S. E. Foose, M. W. Holmberg, and L. A. McDade. 2003. Fragrance chemistry, nocturnal rhythms and pollination “syndromes” in Nicotiana section Alatae and other Tobaccos (Solanaceae). Phytochemistry 63: 265-284.

Levin, R. A. 2002. Taxonomic status of Acleisanthes, Selinocarpus, and Ammocodon (Nyctaginaceae). Novon 12: 58-63.

Levin, R. A., R. A. Raguso, and L. A. McDade. 2001. Fragrance chemistry and pollinator affinities in Nyctaginaceae. Phytochemistry 58(3): 429-440.

Levin, R. A. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships within Nyctaginaceae tribe Nyctagineae: Evidence from nuclear and chloroplast genomes. Systematic Botany 25(4): 738-750.

Fishbein, M., and R. Levin. 1997. Metastelma mexicanum (Asclepiadaceae): A new combination and re-evaluation of the status of Basistelma Bartlett. Madroño 44: 268-276.

Paciorek, C. J., B. R. Moyer, R. A. Levin, and S. L. Halpern. 1995. Pollen consumption by the hummingbird flower mite Proctolaelaps kirmsei and possible fitness effects on Hamelia patens. Biotropica 27: 258-262.

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