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Flavonoid profiles of New Zealand kauri and other species of Agathis
This paper describes the flavonoid constituents in Agathis australis from a wide geographic range and completes a comprehensive survey of the flavonoid chemistry/chemotaxonomy of New Zealand conifersExpand
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Support from flavonoid glycoside distribution for the division of Podocarpus in New Zealand
Abstract The distribution of flavonoid glycosides in New Zealand species of Podocarpus sensu lato strongly supports de Laubenfels' recognition of three genera. Thus, Podocarpus sensu stricto isExpand
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Biology and molecular phylogenetics of Nematoceras sulcatum, a second endemic orchid species from subantarctic Macquarie Island
A second orchid species, Nematoceras sulcatum M.A.Clem. et D.L.Jones, has been found on subantarctic Macquarie Island. A history of its discovery and recognition is provided. The morphology, biologyExpand
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Flavonoid profiles of New Zealand Libocedrus and related genera
Abstract Flavonoids common to both Libocedrus bidwillii and L. plumosa , which were sampled throughout New Zealand, are: kaempferol and quercetin 3-rhamnoside, kaempferol and quercetinExpand
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Cytotoxic norditerpene lactones from Ileostylus micranthus.
Three new compounds 2-4 and two known compounds 1 and 5 have been isolated from the cytotoxic fraction of an extract from a New Zealand mistletoe, Ileostylus micranthus. Compounds 1-5 are shown to beExpand
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The characterisation of New Zealand Podocarpus hybrids using flavonoid markers
Abstract New Zealand species of Podocarpus hybridise readily in the wild producing intermediate forms that are often difficult to identify. Flavonoid chemistry, in conjunction with morphologicalExpand
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Species novae graminum Novae‐Zelandiae III. Two diploid species of Rytidosperma (Danthonieae: Danthonioideae)
Abstract Two diploid species of Rytidosperma, R. horrens and R. telmaticum, are described from central South Island, the latter as a segregate from R. pumilum. The preferred habitat of R. telmaticumExpand
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Contributions to a chromosome atlas of the New Zealand flora—39. Orchidaceae
Abstract Somatic chromosome numbers are documented for the majority of the New Zealand indigenous Orchidaceae, with counts for 80 species, 23 taxonomically indeterminate taxa, and 3 hybrids in 34Expand
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Polymorphism and the taxonomic status of the Hebe amplexicaulis complex (Scrophulariaceae)
Abstract The leaf and stem pubescence which distinguishes Hebe allanii from H. amplexicaulis is shown to be a genetic polymorphism with hairy dominant to glabrous; consequently H. allanii is hereExpand
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Uniformity and distinctness of Phyllocladus as evidenced by flavonoid accumulation
Abstract The conifer genus Phyllocladus is shown by comparative flavonoid chemistry to be remarkably homogeneous and quite distinct from other studied genera in the Podocarpaceae. It is characterizedExpand
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