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Genome skimming provides well resolved plastid and nuclear phylogenies, showing patterns of deep reticulate evolution in the tropical carnivorous plant genus Nepenthes (Caryophyllales)
It is shown that genome skimming provides well resolved nuclear and plastid phylogenies that provide valuable insights into the complex evolutionary relationships of Nepenthes. Expand
Development of 15 nuclear EST microsatellite markers for the paleoendemic conifer Pherosphaera hookeriana (Podocarpaceae)
These 15 loci are the first microsatellite markers developed in the genus Pherosphaera and will be useful for investigating the species' extant genetic diversity and structure, the impact of past environmental change, and the significance of asexual reproduction. Expand
Stepping Up Implementation Project
Introduction (context and problem statement): Most people with type 2 diabetes have their clinical care based in primary care, where evidence-based clinical management can help achieve target levelsExpand
Blackwater Improvement Project
'Wollemia nobilis' (Wollemi Pine), Araucariaceae
The Wollemi Pine is a Critically Endangered conifer that is endemic to a single catchment in Wollemi National Park, NSW. Fewer than 100 mature Wollemi Pines remain in the wild. The Wollemi Pine is aExpand
Chromosome-level de novo genome assembly of Telopea speciosissima (New South Wales waratah) using long-reads, linked-reads and Hi-C
The first chromosome-level genome for T. speciosissima, the New South Wales waratah, is reported, increasing confidence in protein family analysis using annotated protein-coding genes, and highlighting a possible need to revise the BUSCO set for this lineage. Expand