Items where Subject is "31 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES > 3108 Plant biology > 310899 Plant biology not elsewhere classified"

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Cairns, Andi, Meagher, David, Seppelt, Rod D., and Franks, Andrew J. (2020) The moss family Octoblepharaceae A.Eddy ex M.Menzel in Australia. Telopea, 23. pp. 237-244.

Cairns, Andi, Meagher, David, and Ramsay, Helen (2019) A revised checklist of the moss flora of the Australian Wet Tropics. Telopea, 22. pp. 1-30.

Cairns, Andi, and Meagher, David (2017) Significant range extensions and new records of mosses from tropical Australia. Telopea, 20. pp. 277-287.

Capon, Samatha J., Porter, John, and James, Cassandra S. (2016) Vegetation of Australia's desert river landscapes. In: Capon, Samatha J., James, Cassandra S., and Reid, Michael, (eds.) Vegetation of Australian Riverine Landscapes: biology, ecology and management. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 239-258.

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Dowe, John Leslie, and Maroske, Sara (2016) 'These princely plants': Ferdinand Mueller and the naming of Australasian palms. Historical Records of Australian Science, 27 (1). pp. 13-27.

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Field, Ashley R., Testo, Weston, Bostock, Peter D., Holtum, Joseph A.M., and Waycott, Michelle (2016) Molecular phylogenetics and the morphology of the Lycopodiaceae subfamily Huperzioideae supports three genera: Huperzia, Phlegmariurus and Phylloglossum. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 94 (Part B). pp. 635-657.

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Gallien, Laure, Thornhill, Andrew H., Zurell, Damaris, Miller, Joseph T., and Richardson, David (2019) Global predictors of alien plant establishment success: combining niche and trait proxies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences, 286 (1897).

Grech, Alana, Wolter, Jolan, Coles, Rob, McKenzie, Len, Rasheed, Michael, Thomas, Christopher, Waycott, Michelle, and Hanert, Emmanuel (2016) Spatial patterns of seagrass dispersal and settlement. Diversity and Distributions, 22 (11). pp. 1150-1162.

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Jackes, Betsy R. (2019) Hibbertia Andrews (Dilleniaceae, Guinea Flowers) in North Queensland, Townsville area to the tip of Cape York Peninsula. North Queensland Naturalist, 49. pp. 84-99.

Jackes, Betsy R. (2017) A revision of Dolichandrone (Bignoniaceae) in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany, 30 (1). pp. 26-37.

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López-Sampson, Arlene, and Page, Tony (2018) History of use and trade of agarwood. Economic Botany, 72 (1). pp. 107-129.

López-Rojo, Naiara, Martínez, Aingeru, Pérez, Javier, Basaguren, Ana, Pozo, Jesús, and Boyero, Luz (2018) Leaf traits drive plant diversity effects on litter decomposition and FPOM production in streams. PLoS ONE, 13 (5). e0198243.

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Meagher, David, Cairns, Andi, Seppelt, Rod, and Grixti, Megan (2020) A re-evaluation of the morphology of Sorapilla (Bryophyta: Sorapillaceae) based on Sorapilla papuana. Australian Systematic Botany, 33 (5). pp. 427-435.

Mackay, Stephen J., and James, Cassandra S. (2016) Aquatic vascular macrophytes of Australias riverine systems. In: Capon, Samatha J., James, Cassandra S., and Reid, Michael, (eds.) Vegetation of Australian Riverine Landscapes: biology, ecology and management. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 87-102.

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Ramsay, Helen, Cairns, Andi, and Meagher, David (2017) Macromitrium erythrocomum (Bryophyta: Orthotrichaceae), a new species from tropical Queensland, Australia. Telopea, 20. pp. 261-268.

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Terborgh, John, Nunez, Nohemi Huanca, Feeley, Kenneth, and Beck, Harald (2020) Gaps present a trade-off between dispersal and establishment that nourishes species diversity. Ecology, 101 (5). e02996.

Thomson, Fiona J., Letten, Andrew D., Tamme, Riin, Edwards, Will, and Moles, Angela T. (2018) Can dispersal investment explain why tall plant species achieve longer dispersal distances than short plant species? New Phytologist, 217 (1). pp. 407-415.

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