17) Geleta SB, Briand CH, Womack HE, Brinsfield RB and Mulford FR. 200?. Is phosphorus fertilization necessary for watermelon production on high phosphorus soils? Canadian Journal of Plant Science: In Press.

16) Briand CH. 2005. The common persimmon (Diospyros virginiana L.): The history of an underutilized fruit-tree (16th-19th centuries). Huntia 12: 71-89.

15) Geleta SB, Brinsfield RB, Mulford FR, Womack HE, Briand CH and O'Keefe JA. 2004. Managing phosphorous for yield and quality of sweet corn grown on high phosphorous soils of Maryland's eastern shore. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 84: 713-718.

14) Briand CH, Venso, EA, Frana, MF. 2002. The earliest published report of canine distemper in Maryland - 1759. Maryland Naturalist 45: 23-28.

13)
Briand CH and Soros CL. 2001. Spatial variation of prickle abundance on leaves of the devil's walking stick (Aralia spinosa; Araliaceae) during the trunk-building phase. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 128: 219-225.

12)
Briand CH, Kemp JR, Ritter, DM, and Sauer SC. 2001. Influence of anatomy on the biomechanics of Aralia spinosa L. (devil's walking stick) during the trunk-building phase. In M. Labreque (ed.) L'Arbre 2000 the Tree. Papers presented at the 4th International Symposium on the Tree held at the Montreal Botanical Garden, Aug. 20-25, 2000. pp 80-85.

11)
Briand CH. 2000-2001. Cypress knees: an enduring enigma. Arnoldia 60 (4): 19-25.

10) Briand CH, Campion SM, Dzambo DA and Wilson KA. 1999. Biomechanical properties of the trunk of the devil's walking stick (Aralia spinosa ; Araliaceae) during the crown building phase: implications for tree architecture. Am J Bot 86: 1677-1682.

9) Briand CH, Daniel AD, Wilson KA and Woods HE. 1998. Allometry of axis length, diameter and taper in the devil's walking stick (Aralia spinosa: Araliaceae). Am J Bot 85: 1201-1206.

8) Briand CH, Gauthier S, Lemay J-F, Laliberté S, and Tremblay M-F. 1998. Relationship between field performance, family, embryo morphology, and isozyme heterozygosity, and in vitro reactivity in jack pine. Can J For Res 28: 98-105.

7) Briand CH, Posluszny U, and Larson DW. 1993. Influence of age and growth-rate on radial annual-ring anatomy in Thuja occidentalis L. (eastern white cedar). Int J Plant Sci 154: 406-411.

6) Briand CH, Posluszny U, and Larson DW. 1992. Differential axis architecture of Thuja occidentalis L. (eastern white cedar). Can. J. Bot 70: 340-348.

5) Briand CH, Posluszny U, and Larson DW. 1992. Comparative seed morphology of Thuja occidentalis L. (eastern white cedar) from upland and lowland sites. Can. J. Bot 70: 434-438.

4)
Briand CH, Posluszny U, Larson DW and Matthes-Sears U. 1991. Patterns of architectural variation in Thuja occidentalis L. (eastern white cedar) from upland and lowland sites. Bot Gaz 152: 494-499.

3) Briand CH and Hicks GS. 1989. Micropropagation of the cold hardy apple rootstock KSC-3: a morphological analysis. Can J Plant Sci 69: 555-564.

2) Briand CH and Kapoor BM. 1989. The cytogenetic effects of sodium salicylate on the root meristem cells of Allium sativum L. Cytologia 54: 203-209.

1) Horton RF, Briand C and Hubler S. 1987. Growth regulation in amphibious buttercups. In: DJ Cosgrove and DP Knieval (eds) Physiology of Cell Expansion during plant growth. Am Soc Plant Phys, Rockville, MD: pp 304-306.