sobota, 18 sierpnia 2012

Australian Journal of Botany - 60 (2), 2012


Soil water potential does not affect leaf morphology or cuticular characters important for palaeo-environmental reconstructions in southern beech, Nothofagus cunninghamii (Nothofagaceae)

Mark J. Hovenden and Jacqueline K. Vander Schoor

Seed traits and seed bank longevity of wet sclerophyll forest shrubs

Monica L. Campbell, Peter J. Clarke and David A. Keith

Is leaf pubescence of Cape Proteaceae a xeromorphic or radiation-protective trait?

R. P. Skelton, J. J. Midgley, J. M. Nyaga, S. D. Johnson and M. D. Cramer

Indigenous and modern biomaterials derived from Triodia (‘spinifex’) grasslands in Australia

Harshi K. Gamage, Subrata Mondal, Lynley A. Wallis, Paul Memmott, Darren Martin, Boyd R. Wright and Susanne Schmidt

The current and future projected distribution of Solanum hoplopetalum (Solanaceae): an indigenous weed of the south-western Australian grain belt

Pippa J. Michael, Paul B. Yeoh and John K. Scott

Oviposition of a leaf-miner on Erythroxylum tortuosum (Erythroxylaceae) leaves: hierarchical variation of physical leaf traits

P. R. De Sibio and M. N. Rossi

Morphology and biochemical characteristics of pistils in the staminate flowers of yellow horn during selective abortion

Yan Zhou, Shumin Gao, Xiaofang Zhang, Hua Gao, Qing Hu, Yanru Song, Yanhong Jiao and Hongbo Gao

Autonomous self-pollination and insect visitation in a saprophytic orchid, Epipogium roseum (D.Don) Lindl.

X. Zhou, H. Lin, X.-L. Fan and J.-Y. Gao

Effects of defoliation on flower development in atemoya custard apple (Annona cherimola Mill. × A. squamosa L.) and implications for flower-development modelling

Trevor Olesen and Steven J. Muldoon


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