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ContextIn ecosystems where rainfall is episodic or highly seasonal, plant recruitment from a soil-stored seed bank occurs during periods of elevated soil moisture conducive to germination and seedling establishment. The release of seed dormancy in response to environmental conditions has...
ContextAsymbiotic germination is used for propagation of orchids and to assess seed viability. However, asymbiotic germination media remain undeveloped for Prasophyllum (Orchidaceae), a genus with 39 threatened species in southern Australia.AimsTo develop asymbiotic germination and replate media...
ContextAs threatening processes continue to impact rare plant populations, the use of translocations is becoming increasingly frequent. The ultimate success of translocation, attaining long-term persistence, is determined by species’ ability to reproduce, recruit, and maintain levels of genetic...
ContextAn obligate biotrophic parasitism with a rust fungus led to gall formation on Byrsonima variabilis.AimsThe hypothesis that the host leaf–rust fungi interaction alters the dynamics of plant cell walls and the histochemical profile toward favouring the plant cell-to-fungi cell translocation...
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