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Amorphous silica accumulation in grasses is widely described in numerous species however, work done in relation to the factors affecting this accumulation in the tissues and different type of cells, is still incipient. Here, we analysed a perennial tussock grass, Cortaderia selloana (Schult. &...
Mechanisms leading to monodominance in rainforests are still commonly discussed within the framework of forest succession. Here, we focused on the comparison of two monodominant species, Arillastrum gummiferum (Myrtaceae) and Nothofagus aequilateralis (Nothofagaceae), to try to better understand...
We examined the potential of direct-seeding Eucalyptus species to revegetate the vertosol (cracking clay) soils that characterise the floodplains of north-western New South Wales. We investigated the influence of sowing depth (0, 6, 12 and 20mm) and three soil-moisture scenarios (dry, moist and...
Little remains of the Brigalow (Acacia harpophylla F.Muell. ex Benth.) woodlands of Australia, primarily due to land clearing for grazing and agriculture. Many threatened species in this region are poorly studied, and the life history traits of some herbaceous species such as ephemeral shoot...
Ricinus communis L., also known as the castor oil plant, is a highly toxic species indigenous to the south-eastern Mediterranean. Leaf anatomy was investigated by light and electron microscopy (SEM and TEM). Histochemistry and composition of secondary metabolites, were also investigated. The...
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