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YOST - PUBLICATIONS:

Lumer, Cecile and Susan E. Yost. 1995. The reproductive biology of Vincetoxicum nigrum (L.) Moench (Asclepiadaceae), a Mediterranean Weed in New York State. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 122(1): 15-23.

Yost, Susan E., Susan Antenen and Gregg Hartvigsen. 1991. The vegetation of the Wave Hill natural area, Bronx, New York. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 118(3): 312 325.

Antenen, S., S. Yost and G. Hartvigsen. 1989. Porcelainberry vine control methods explored (New York). Rest. and Manag. Notes 7(1): 44.

Yost, Susan E. 1987. The effect of shade on petiole length in the Viola fimbriatula sagittata complex (Violaceae). Brittonia 39(2): 180 187.

ABSTRACTS (published from papers/posters given at meetings):

Kevina Vulinec*, Susan Yost, Marissa Brady, Matthew Breece, Johnna Fay, John Hayes, Yingxin Lin, Roger J. Masse, Johnny Moore, Keleigh Provost, Bellamy Reynolds, Christie Starke. Using a semester class to teach and inventory
biodiversity: The conservation of the College Woods at Delaware State University; our tiny but threatened piece of the natural world. Abstract, Ecological Society of America annual meeting. Poster presentation. Aug 2009 (Albuquerque, NM).

Yost, Susan. July, 2009. College woodland trail development for outdoor botanical education. Abstract, Botany 2009; Botanical Society of America annual meeting. Poster presentation. Salt Lake City, UT.

Yost, Susan. July, 2008. Utilizing campus trees for botanical outreach – creation of a labeled Campus Tree Walk. Abstract. Abstract, Botany 2008; Botanical Society of America annual meeting. Poster presentation. Vancouver, Canada.

Yost, Susan. 2006. Educational Outreach at the Claude E. Phillips Herbarium (DOV), Delaware State University, Dover, DE. Abstract, Botany 2006; Botanical Society of America annual meeting. Poster presentation. Albuquerque, NM

Tucker, Arthur O.*, Robert F.C. Naczi and Susan Yost. 2003. Herbaria to Serve the Public: A New Paradigm. Association for Research Directors, Inc. Thirteenth Biennial Research Symposium.

Yost, Susan E*. and Gregg Hartvigsen. 1988. The vegetation of an urban forest, Wave Hill, Bronx, New York. Abstract, Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. Suppl. 69(2): 351.

Lumer, Cecile* and Susan Yost. 1986. Fly pollination of Cynanchum nigrum (Asclepiadaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 73(5): 671 672.

Yost, S.E. 1982. Distribution of two species of Viola in a field at Black Rock Forest, N.Y. Bot. Soc. Amer. Misc. Pub. 162: 44 45.
*primary presenter

SHORT ARTICLES (Field Trip Reports):

Yost, Susan and Michael Maciarello. 2000. Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, New York. October 9, 1999. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 127(2): 190-191.

Maciarello, Michael and Susan Yost. 1998. Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, Orange County, New York. October 18, 1997. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 125(2): 180-181.

Maciarello, Michael and Susan Yost. 1996. Trail Maintenance on Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, NY. October 14, 1995. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 123(3): 255.

Maciarello, Michael and Susan Yost. 1995. Trail Maintenance on Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, NY. October 15, 1994. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 122(2): 160-161.

Yost, Susan. 1993. Trail Maintenance on Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, NY. October 17, 1992. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 120(2): 194.

Yost, Susan. 1992. Trail Maintenance on Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, NY. October 19, 1991. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 119(1): 101.

Yost, Susan. 1991. Trail Maintenance on Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, NY. October 27, 1990. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 118(2): 219.

Yost, Susan. 1990. Trail Maintenance on Letterrock Mountain, Harriman State Park, NY. October 21, 1989. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 117(1): 188.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES:

Delaware State News monthly column, “Garden Tales”, 2007-present:
“Going wild over violets”. State News, @Home, Garden Tales, June 23, 2007.
“Milkweeds pretty, beneficial”. State News, @Home, Garden Tales, August 12, 2007.
“Blue roadside flowers have flavor”. State News, @Home, Garden Tales, September 16, 2007.
“Porcelain-berry pretty but a pest”. State News, @Home, Garden Tales, October 14, 2007.
“Ginkgo has an ancient lineage”. State News, @Home, Garden Tales, November 25, 2007.
“Mistletoe, a magical native plant”. State News, @Home, Garden Tales, December 23, 2007.
“Skunk-cabbage blooming in wetlands”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, January 20, 2008.
“Identifying trees takes sleuthing”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, February 24, 2008.
“Early signs of spring bring color”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, March 23, 2008.
“Jack-in-the-pulpit a hidden treasure”. April 27, 2008.
“May-apples usher spring”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, May 18, 2008.
“Bald cypress a tree with knees”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, June 15, 2008
“Dawn redwood a ‘living fossil”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, July 13, 2008.
“Sunflowers embody beauty and math”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, August 10, 2008.
“Foxglove among medicinal plants”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, September 21, 2008.
“Growing figs fine in Delaware”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, October 12, 2008.
“Revive victory gardens now”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, November 9, 2008.
“Turkey plants perfect for season”. State News @Home, Garden Tales, December 7, 2008.
“Cardinal flower flash of red”, State News @Home, Garden Tales, January 4, 2009.
“Turk’s-cap lily showy wildflower”, State News @Home, Garden Tales, February 1, 2009
“What’s in a plant’s name?”, Garden Tales, March 1, 2009
“Plant growth all about hormones”, State News @Home, Garden Tales, March 29, 2009
“Viburnum, popular shrub with an odd name”, State News @Home, Garden Tales, May 10, 2009
“Linden tree scent evokes memories”, State News Garden Tales, June 7, 2009
“Charismatic flora can be exciting and amazing”, State News Garden Tales, August 2, 2009
“Delaware has share of rare, beautiful orchids”, State News Garden Tales, September 13, 2009
“Flowers and their friendly visitors”, State News Garden Tales, October 11, 2009
“Attractive asters of autumn in bloom around area”, State News Garden Tales, November 8, 2009
“There is more to holly than just the holidays”, State News Garden Tales, December 20 2009
“That old chestnut ain’t what it used to be”, State News Garden Tales, February 28, 2010.

Yost, Susan, Spring 2007. “Native edible and medicinal plants.” The Turk’s Cap, The Newsletter of the Delaware Native Plant Society.