2021 Bonacorsi, N.K., Gensel, P.G., Hueber, & Leslie, A.B. (Accepted). Omniastrobus, gen. nov, an Early Devonian (Emsian) plant with unusual reproductive biology. International Journal of Plant Sciences.
2019 Bonacorsi, N.K. & Leslie, A.B. (2019). Sporangium position, branching architecture, and the evolution of reproductive morphology in Devonian plants. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 180, 493-503.
2018 Bonacorsi, N.K. & Leslie, A.B. (2018). Functional diversity and convergence in the evolution of plant reproductive structures. Annals of Botany, 123, 145-152.
2016 Bonacorsi, N.K. & Seago, J.L. (2016). Root development and structure in seedlings of Ginkgo biloba. American Journal of Botany, 103, 355-363.
2015 Sage, K., Bonacorsi, N., Izzo, S., & Quirk, A. (2015). Controlling the slides: Does clicking help adults learn? Computers and Education, 81, 179-190.
Selected Academic Presentations
Mar 2020 Patterns and Processes in the Evolution of Heterospory. Invited seminar presented at Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
Dec 2019 Patterns and Processes in the Evolution of Heterospory. PhD Public Defense, presented at Brown University, Providence, RI
May 2019 Word Choice in Course Titles and Descriptions: Do Adjectives Matter? Poster presented as part of Brown University's Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning Graduate and Postdoc Teaching Fellows Program Showcase, Providence, RI
June 2017 Spore Size, Sporangium Size, Plant Architecture, and the Evolution of Plant Reproductive Allocation Over the Devonian. Paper presented in the Paleobotany Session at the Botanical Society of America annual meetings, Fort Worth, TX
Aug 2016 Strobilus Evolution in Lycophytes: Architectural Constraints and Reproductive Convergence. Paper presented in the Reproductive Biology Session at the Botanical Society of America annual meetings, Savannah, GA
Oct 2015 Ginkgo biloba seedling root development and structure. Presented as part of Brown University's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Brown Bag Lecture Series, Providence, RI
Jul 2014 Anatomy of Ginkgo biloba with emphasis on primary roots. Paper presented in the Developmental and Structural Session at the Botanical Society of America annual meetings, Boise, ID