Publications

Gendron, F., Hancherow, A., and Norton, A. 2016. Exploring and revitalizing Indigenous food networks in Saskatchewan, Canada, as a way to improve food security. Health Promotion International. doi: 10.1093/heapro/daw013

Gendron, F, Alqahtani, S.N., Alkholy, S.O., Haque, D., and Ferreira, M.P. 2015. Native/Aboriginal students use natural health products for health maintenance more than other university students. International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 1(3): 1-9

Ferreira, M.P., Palmer, J., McKenna, B., and Gendron, F. 2015. A traditional elder’s anti-aging cornucopia of North American plants. Foods and dietary supplements in the prevention and treatment of disease in older adults. Edited by R.R. Watson, Academic Press, Elsevier. Oxford, UK. pp. 3-11.

Nilson, S., Gendron, F., Bellegarde, J., McKenna, B., Louie, D., Manson, G., and Alphonse, H. 2014. Preliminary scientific investigation of the effectiveness of the medicinal plants Plantago major and Achillea millefolium against the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus in partnership with Indigenous Elders. Global Journal of Research on Medicinal Plants and Indigenous Medicine. 3(11):402-415.

Ferreira, M.P., McKenna, B., and Gendron, F. 2014. Traditional elders in post-secondary STEM education. The International Journal of Health, Wellness, and Society. 3(4).

Gendron, F., Karana, R., Cyr, L.D., and Ferreira, M.P. 2014. Immunomodulatory Ethnobotanicals of the Great Lakes. In Polyphenols in human health and disease. Edited by R. Watson, V.R. Preedy, and S. Zibadi. Academic Press, Elsevier. Oxford, UK. pp. 453-461.

Yuzicapi, L., Gendron, F., Bouch-van Dusen, R. 2013. Dakota and Lakota traditional food and tea: teachings from Elder Lorraine Yuzicapi. Pimatisiwin, 11(1):65-97. 

Alkholy, S.O., Alqahtani, S.N., Cochrane, A., Ferreira, M.P., Gendron, F. 2013. Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students learn about natural health products from different information sources. Pimatisiwin, 11(1):99-112. 

Gendron, F., Bourassa, C., Cyr, L.D., McKenna, B., and McKim, L. 2013. The Medicine Room: a teaching tool for Elders and educational opportunity for youth. First Nations Perspectives, 5(1): 83-97.

Ferreira, M.P., Gendron, F., and Kindscher. K. 2013. Bioactive prairie plants and aging adults: role in health and disease. In Bioactive food as dietary interventions for the aging population. Edited by R.R. Watson and V.R. Preedy. Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego. pp. 263-275

Ferreira, M.P., Gendron, F., McClure, K.C. and Kindscher. K. 2012. North American bioactive plants for human health and performance. Global J Res. Med. Plants & Indigen. Med. 1(11): 568-582.

Ferreira, M.P., Gendron, F. 2011. Community-based participatory research with traditional and indigenous communities of the Americas: Historical context and future directions. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy. 3(3), p.153-168. 

Gendron, F. and Wilson, S.D. 2007. Responses to fertility and disturbance in a low-diversity grassland. Plant Ecology, 191:199-207.

Gendron, F., Messier, C., Lo, L., and Comeau, P.G.. 2006. The angular distribution of diffuse photosynthetically active radiation under different sky conditions in the open and within forest stands. Ann. For. Sci. 63: 43-53.

Gendron, F., Messier, C., and Comeau, P.G. 2001. Temporal variations in the understory photosynthetic photon flux density of a deciduous stand: the effects of canopy development, solar elevation, and sky conditions. Agric. For. Meteorol. 106: 23-40

Lieffers, V.J., Messier, C., Stadt, K.J., Gendron, F. and Comeau P.G. 1999. Predicting and managing light in the understory of boreal forests. Can. J. For. Res. 29: 796-811.

Comeau, P.G., Gendron, F. and Letchford, T. 1998. A comparison of several methods for estimating light under a paper birch mixed wood stand. Can. J. For. Res. 28: 1843-1850.

Gendron, F., Messier, C. and Comeau, P.G. 1998. Comparison of various methods for estimating the mean growing season percent photosynthetic photon flux density in forests. Agric. For. Meteorol. 92: 55-70.