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D. E. Anderson1961Taxonomy and distribution of the genus Phalaris
M. E. Barkworth, Atkins R. J.1984Leymus Hochst. (Gramineae: Triticeae) in North America: Taxonomy and Distribution
A. A. Beetle1960Distribution as a key to the age and origin of grasses
J. W. Bews1929The World's Grasses: Their Differentiation, Distribution, Economics and Ecology
S. T. Blake1964A revision of Micraira, a genus of grasses of exceptional structure and distribution
S. T. Blake1952The identification and distribution of some Cyperaceae and Gramineae, chiefly from Australia
W. V. Brown1958Apomixis as related to geographical distribution in Panicoid grass tribes
R. P. Celarier, Harlan J. R.1958The cytogeography of the Bothriochloa ischaemum complex. Gramineae. I. Taxonomy and geographic distribution
W. D. Clayton1983Geographical distribution of present day Poaceae as evidence for the origin of African floras
W. D. Clayton1981Evolution and distribution of grasses
W. D. Clayton1974The logarithmic distribution of Angiosperm families
M. M. Cole1982The influence of soils,geomorphology and gelogy on the distribution of plant communities in savanna ecosystems
H. E. Connor, Edgar E.1986Austalasian alpine grasses: diversification and specialization
R. A. Cross1980Distribution of subfamilies of Gramineae in the Old World
R. P. Ellis1977Distribution of the Kranz syndrome in the Southern African Eragrostideae and Panicoideae, according to bundle sheath anatomy and cytology
R. P. Ellis, Vogel, J. C., Fuls, A.1980Photosynthetic pathways and the geographical distribution of grasses in South West Africa / Namibia
J. B. Hacker1988Polyploid distribution and seed dormany in relation to provenance rainfall in the Digitaria milanjiana complex
J. R. Harlan1956Distribution and Utilization of Natural Variability in Cultivated Plants
W. Hartley1973Studies on the origin, evolution and distribution of the Gramineae. V. The subfamily Festucoideae
W. Hartley1961Studies on the origin, evolution and distribution of the Gramineae IV. The genus Poa L
W. Hartley1958Studies on the origin, evolution and distribution of the Gramineae. II. The tribe Paniceae
W. Hartley1958Studies on the origin, evolution and distribution of the Gramineae I. The tribe Andropogoneae
W. Hartley1950The global distribution of tribes of the Gramineae in realion to historical and environmental factors
W. Hartley, Slater C.1960Stidies on the origin, evolution and distribution of the Gramineae III. The tribes of the subfamily Eragrostideae
P. W. Hattersley1983The distribution of C3 and C4 grasses in Australia in relation to climate
D. L. Hayman1960The distribution and cytology of the chromosome races of Themeda australis in southern Australia
R. J. F. Henderson1997Quennsland Plants: Names and Distribution
J. T. Henrard1938On the geographical distribution of the genus Acrachne
K. W. Hilu2006Skewed Distribution of Species Number in Grass Genera: Is It a Taxonomic Artefact?
Simon, B. K., Macfarlane T. D.1996Chapter 10. The distribution and biogeography of Western Australian grasses
C. E. Hubbard1944Imperata cylindrica, taxonomy and distribution
S. W. L. Jacobs1982Relationships, distribution and evolution of Triodia and Plectrachne (Gramineae)
T. Koyama, Kawano S.1964Critical taxa of grasses with North American and eastern Asiatic distribution
P. - C. Kuo, Wang, S. - J., Li, J. - H.1985Studies on morphological evolution, classification and distribution of the Triticeae in China
R. F. N. Langdon1954The origin and distribution of Cynodon dactylon (L.)Pers
D. G. De Lisle1963Taxonomy and distribution of the genus Cenchrus
K. L. Mehra1961Chromosome numbers, geographical distribution and taxonomy of the Dichanthium annulatum complex
P. W. Michael2001The taxonomy and distribution of Echinochloa species (barnyard grasses) in the Asian-PAcific region, with a review to pertinent biological studies.
P. W. Michael2001The taxonomy and distribution of Echinochloa species (Barnyard grasses) in the Asian-Pacific region, with a review of pertinent biological studies
P. W. Michael1994Distribution and Taxonomy of Echinochloa- a world view with a key to the Species occurring in China
P. W. Michael1983Taxonomy and distribution of Echinochloa spp. with special reference to their occurrence as weeds of rice
H. D. V. Prendergast1989Geographical distribution of c4 acid decarboxylation types and associated structural variants in native Australian C4 grasses (Poaceae)
H. D. V. Prendergast, Hattersley P. W.1985Distribution and cytology of Australian Neurachne and its allies (Poaceae), a group containing C3, C4 and C3-C4 intermediate species
H. D. V. Prendergast, Hattersley, P. W., Stone, N. E., Lazarides, M.1986C4 acid decarboxylation type in Eragrostis (Poaceae): patterns of variation in chloroplast position, ultrastructure and geographical distribution
M. B. Raizada, Chatterji R. N.1956World distribution of bamboos with special reference to the Indian species and their more important uses
J. M. Rattray1960The habit, distribution, habitat, forage value and veld indicator value of the commoner Southern Rhodesian Grasses
R. W. Rogers, Whalley R. D. B.1989Relationship between diaspore characteristics and distribution of grasses around sheep camps on the Norhern Tablelands on New South Wales
G. E. Gibbs Russell1988Distribution of subfamilies and tribes of Poaceae in southern Africa


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