niedziela, 12 lutego 2012

New Zealand Journal of Botany - 48 (3-4), 2010



Sue Wilkins


A.R. Ferguson & P.K.Buchanan


An investigation of the glandular and non-glandular foliar trichomes of Orthosiphon labiatus N.E.Br. [Lamiaceae]
A. Bhatt, Y. Naidoo & A. Nicholas

Immature leaves of Weinmannia racemosa are more heat tolerant than mature leaves based on differences in chlorophyll a fluorescence and solute leakage
J.S. Choinski Jr & K.S. Gould

Introduced Dioscorea spp. starch in Lapita and later deposits, Vao Island, Vanuatu
M. Horrocks & S. Bedford

How arboreal are epiphytes? A null model for Benzing's classifications
K.C. Burns

Rosenvingea (Ectocarpales, Scytosiphonaceae) – a new brown macroalgal record for New Zealand
W.A. Nelson & M.D. Wilcox

New chromosome counts in New Zealand species of Plantago (Plantaginaceae)
B.G. Murray, H.M. Meudt, M.L. Tay & P.J. Garnock-Jones

Testing species limits of New Zealand Plantago (Plantaginaceae) using internal transcribed spacer (ITS) DNA sequences
M.L. Tay, H.M. Meudt, P.J. Garnock-Jones & P.A. Ritchie

Taxonomic notes on the New Zealand flora: ×Carpophyma mutabilis and ×Carpophyma pallida (Aizoaceae), new names for two wild intergeneric hybrids
P.B. Heenan & W.R. Sykes

Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) as a commensal model for human mobility in Oceania: anthropological, botanical and genetic considerations
D. Seelenfreund, A.C. Clarke, N. Oyanedel, R. Pina, S. Lobos, E.A. Matisoo-Smith & A .Seelenfreund

Book Reviews
An Illustrated Guide to Common Weeds of New Zealand, 3rd edn
Rob Lucas

Threatened Plants of New Zealand
Alan F. Mark


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