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Ecology of 'Phyla canescens' (Verbenaceae) in Australia
v floodplain habitats. The conditions to fulfil this set of germination requirements are likely to be met most abundantly following the recession of floodwaters. Four field populations were selectedExpand
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The current and future potential geographical distribution of Hyparrhenia hirta
Chejara VK, Kriticos DJ, Kristiansen P, Sindel BM, Whalley RDB & Nadolny C (2010). The current and future potential geographical distribution of Hyparrhenia hirta. Weed Research50, 174–184. Expand
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Effects of salt spray and sand burial on Spinifex sericeus R. Br.
Abstract Spinifex sericeus, a common coastal sand dune grass, typically exhibits decreased vigour in the more stabilized section of the dunes when compared with the active foredune. These differencesExpand
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Disturbance governs dominance of an invasive forb in a temporary wetland
Dominance of invasive species is often assumed to be due to a superior ability to acquire resources. However, dominance in plant communities can arise through multiple interacting mechanisms,Expand
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Relationships between Tree Cover and Grass Dominance in a Grazed Temperate Stringybark (Eucalyptus laevopinea) Open-Forest
Dominance of herbaceous species was examined in relation to tree cover in lightly grazed stringybark Eucalyptus laevopinea open-forest recovering from ringbarking and logging on the NorthernExpand
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The distribution and abundance of species of Danthonia DC on the New England Tablelands (Australia)
The distribution and percent frequency of the 13 species and one variety of Danthonia recorded on the New England Tablelands were examined in a survey of 110 predominantly pastoral sites. TheExpand
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Germination, seedling occurrence and seedling survival of Spinifex sericeus R. Br. (Poaceae)
Spinifex sericeus is a clonal, perennial, dioecious, coastal foredune grass that is often used in beach rehabilitation programmes. The objectives of this study were to: (i) investigate theExpand
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Sexual and apomictic seed development in the vulnerable grass Bothriochloa biloba
Embryological investigations on three populations of the vulnerable grass species Bothriochloa biloba point to a complex reproductive system involving both sexual and apomictic mechanisms. TheExpand
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