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  • What limits a rare alpine plant species? Comparative demography of three endemic species of Myosotis (Boraginaceae)

    Authors
    Alan Mark, K.J.M. Dickinson, D. Kelly, G. Wells, R. Clayton
    Journal
    Austral Ecology
    Year
    2007
    Establishing what are the underlying causes of species range limits is of fundamental interest in ecology. We followed the fate of individually mapped plants of three endemic New Zealand high-alpine s... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Improving Fiji disease resistance screening trials in sugarcane by considering virus transmission class and possible origin of Fiji disease virus

    Authors
    G.R. Smith, J.M. Candy
    Journal
    Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    Year
    2004
    Fiji disease virus is a propagative, persistently transmitted virus that multiplies in species of the delphacid planthopper genus Perkinsiella, and in sugarcane, the feeding host of the insect. Effort... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Demography of a rare endemic Myosotis: Boom and bust in the high-alpine zone of southern New Zealand

    Authors
    Alan Mark, K.J.M. Dickinson, R.J. Stanley
    Journal
    Arctic and Alpine Research
    Year
    1998
    A 5-yr ongoing demographic study of the extremely localized (ca. 0.5 ha), rare, high-alpine endemic Myosotis oreophila and the widespread M. pulvinaris, where their ranges overlap, has revealed widely... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Comparison of techniques for determining the effect of aluminium on the growth of, and the inheritance of aluminium tolerance in wheat

    Authors
    R. Gardner, D.M. Wheeler, D.C. Edmeades, R.A. Christie
    Journal
    Plant and Soil
    Year
    1992
    The effect of Al on the growth of plants derived from the F3 generation of a cross between Al tolerant (Waalt) and Al sensitive (Warigal) wheat cultivars, grown in low ionic strength nutrient solution... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE