czwartek, 16 sierpnia 2012

Australian Journal of Botany - 59 (7), 2011


Spatial distribution of species richness and endemism of the genus Acacia in Australia

Carlos E. González-Orozco, Shawn W. Laffan and Joseph T. Miller

Detecting karrikinolide responses in seeds of the Poaceae

Rowena L. Long, Jason C. Stevens, Erin M. Griffiths, Markus Adamek, Stephen B. Powles and David J. Merritt

Traits associated with drought survival in three Australian tropical rainforest seedlings

Jillian M. Deines, Jessica J. Hellmann and Timothy J. Curran

Cycads show no stomatal-density and index response to elevated carbon dioxide and subambient oxygen

Matthew Haworth, Annmarie Fitzgerald and Jennifer C. McElwain

Restore and sequester: estimating biomass in native Australian woodland ecosystems for their carbon-funded restoration

J. H. Jonson and D. Freudenberger

The impact of harvesting native forests on vegetation and soil C stocks, and soil CO2, N2O and CH4 fluxes

K. L. Page, R. C. Dalal and R. J. Raison

Individual plant species responses to phosphorus and livestock grazing

J. Dorrough, S. McIntyre and M. P. Scroggie

Cytotoxicity of essential oils from two species of Heterothalamus (Asteraceae)

Valeri Schmidt-Silva, Ângela Pawlowski, Eliane Kaltchuk dos Santos, Cláudia Alcaraz Zini and Geraldo L. G. Soares

The ecological relationships and demography of restricted ironstone endemic plant species: implications for conservation

Colin J. Yates, Neil Gibson, Neil E. Pettit, Rebecca Dillon and Russell Palmer


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