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Habitat fragmentation is affecting greater numbers of species as human land use requirements increase. Melaleuca irbyana R.T.Baker (Myrtaceae) is an endangered tea tree which dominates critically endangered, south-east Queensland swamp tea tree forest. It is restricted to isolated populations in...
Plant communities on granite outcrops are characterised by high biodiversity and endemism, and strong population genetic structuring. The floristic diversity and structure of inselberg flora receives much attention in international conservation research, yet our understanding of how recruitment...
Santalum spicatum (R.Br.) A.DC is a West Australian sandalwood species highly valued for the sesquiterpene-rich oil in mature heartwood. The oil composition, particularly levels of the valuable sesquiterpenoids - and -santalol and the allergenic E,E-farnesol, are known to vary across its natural...
The structure and ultrastructure on floral nectaries of Heliocarpus popayanensis Kunth. and Luehea divaricata Mart (Malvaceae-Grewioideae) were investigated for the first time. The floral nectaries of the analysed species are structured (can be recognised macroscopically and microscopically) and...
Deep shade and waterlogging are two common stressors affecting seedling performance in the understorey of evergreen rainforests. It has been hypothesised that high levels of carbon storage confer shade- and waterlogging tolerances by preventing carbon limitation under such stresses. Whether the...
The genus Gleditsia (Fabaceae) comprises woody shrubs and trees that grow in temperate and subtropical regions around the world. This genus is characterised by sexual polymorphism and functionally unisexual flowers. Gleditsia amorphoides is the southernmost species of the genus, and is widely...
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