1973 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His Botany study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Parenchyma. He combines Anatomy and Botany in his studies. Borrowing concepts from Tracheid, Sherwin Carlquist weaves in ideas under Xylem. Sherwin Carlquist connects Tracheid with Xylem in his research. He combines topics linked to Scanning electron microscope with his work on Composite material. Much of his study explores Scanning electron microscope relationship to Composite material.
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Comparative Wood Anatomy
Ecological strategies of xylem evolution
Sherwin John Carlquist.
ECOLOGICAL FACTORS IN WOOD EVOLUTION: A FLORISTIC APPROACH
American Journal of Botany (1977)
Hawaii, a natural history
R. S. Cowan;S. Carlquist.
Ecological Wood Anatomy of the Woody Southern Californian Flora
Sherwin Carlquist;David A. Hoekman.
Iawa Journal (1985)
The Biota of Long-Distance Dispersal. V. Plant Dispersal to Pacific Islands
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club (1967)
Wood Anatomy of Compositae: A Summary, With Comments on Factors Controlling Wood Evolution
Island life : a natural history of the islands of the world
Charles F. Bennett;Sherwin Carlquist.
Geographical Review (1966)
Comparative Wood Anatomy: Systematic, Ecological, and Evolutionary Aspects of Dicotyledon Wood
Frank W. Ewers;Sherwin Carlquist.
THE BIOTA OF LONG-DISTANCE DISPERSAL. IV. GENETIC SYSTEMS IN THE FLORAS OF OCEANIC ISLANDS.
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