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Nitrogenous Compatible Solutes in Native South Australian Plants
Australian native flora was examined with nuclear magnetic resonance (n.m.r.) techniques for its content of nitrogenous compatible solutes. Plants were sampled from four habitats: two arid, oneExpand
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An examination of the food plants of butterfly larvae of Australia shows that these plants belong mainly to families of tropical origin. Australian or characteristically southern plant familiesExpand
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A Survey of Solanum Prickles and Marsupial Herbivory in Australia
A survey of the prickliness of Solanum in Australia is made and the distribution of the most prickly species is mapped. A survey of the diets of vertebrate herbivores in Australia is presented. It isExpand
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A hybrid swarm in Cassia
Cassia specimens collected from a transect on a hillside near Alice Springs, central Australia, showed many intermediate characters, the distribution of which were very suggestive of a hybrid swarmExpand
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Heterozygosity in subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum L.)
The examination of seedlings in a naturalized stand of subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum L.) showed that chlorophyll aberrations were quite common and that about one plant in 360 (0.28 perExpand
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The Phytogeography of New Guinea Solanum (Solanaceae)
The Solanaceae, of which Solanum is the type species, comprise a southern hemisphere family. A general biogeographical introduction is given, with an account of plate tectonics and a discussion ofExpand
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