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Taxonomic Account of Datura L. (Solanaceae) in Australia With a Note on Brugmansia Pers
A taxonomic account of the genus Datura in Australia is presented and the application of names is in accordance with current usage, some nomenclatural problems are outlined.
Taxonomic account of Lycium (Solanaceae) in Australia
The genus Lycium L. is represented in Australia by one endemic (L. australe F. Muell.) and three naturalized alien species (L. ferocissimum Miers, L. barbavum L. and L. afrum L.). L. macvocalyx
Azulenes, labdanes and a furocurcumene from Ixiolaena leptolepis
Abstract The extract of the aerial parts of Ixiolaena leptolepis yielded, in addition to widespread compounds, manool, and four new labdane derivatives, three azulenes and a fitrocurcumene
Eudesmanolides and other constituents from Cratystylis conocephala
Abstract A representative of the small Australian genus Cratystylis afforded in addition to widespread compounds six previously unreported eudesmanolides, four derivatives of costic acid, a new
Co-occurrence of pyrrolizidine alkaloids and acylpyrrols in Senecio magnificus and constituents of other australian Senecio species
Investigation of seven Australian Senecio species indicated that the constituents are similar as those from South Africa, and the co-occurrence of a pyrrolizidine alkaloid and the corresponding acylpyrrol is reported for the first time.
A conspectus of Solanaceae tribe Anthocercideae
Two new species, Crenidium spinescensHaegi and Cyphanthera miersiana Haegi, and several infraspecific taxa are described, and a diagnostic key to the genera of tribe Anthocercideae is presented.
Nerylgeraniol derivatives and two clerodanes from Vittadinia gracilis
The aerial parts of Vittadinia gracilis afforded in addition to spathulenol four nerylgeraniol derivatives and two clerodane dilactones five nerylsteroid derivatives and three clerodanes dilactone derivatives.
Plant hair dermatitis
To survey the ill effects of plant hairs on humans in Australia, incorporating new records.
Assessing the fundamental host-range of Leptinotarsa texana Schaeffer as an essential precursor to biological control risk analysis
An assessment of the leaf beetle Leptinotarsa texana’s possible impact in Australia by prioritising non-target species, and conducting quarantine laboratory experiments on 49 Australian native species and economically important plant species and cultivars, and argues there are important differences between potato cultivars that have implications for future host-specificity testing.