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A. M. Anton, Connor H. E.1995Floral Biology and reproduction in Poa (Poeae: Gramineae)
R. Y. Berg1985Spikelet Structure in Panicum australiense(Poaceae): Taxonomic and Ecological Implications
R. D. Brock, Brown J. A. M.1961Cytotaxonomy of Australian Danthonia
N. T. Burbidge1960Further notes on Triodia (Gramineae) with description of five new species and one variety
N. T. Burbidge1960The phytogeography of the Australian region
N. T. Burbidge1953The genus Triodia R.Br. (Gramineae)
R. C. Carolin, Jacobs, S. W. L., Vesk, M.1978Kranz cells and mesophyll in the Chenopodiales
H. T. Clifford, Goodall D. W.1967A numerical contribution to the classification of the Poaceae
H. T. Clifford, Williams, W. T., Lance, G. N.1969A further numerical contribution to the classification of the Poaceae
P. S. Cocks, Boyce, P. S., Kloot, P. M.1976The Hordeum murinum complex in Australia
L. T. Evans, Knox R. B.1969Environmental control of reproduction in Themeda australis
D. C. Franklin, Bowman D. M. J. S.2003Franklin (2003)
J. B. Hacker1988Polyploid distribution and seed dormany in relation to provenance rainfall in the Digitaria milanjiana complex
J. B. Hacker1983Inheritance of stolon development,rhizome development and setigerous lemmas in the Digitaria milanjiana complex, and its taxonomic significance
J. B. Hacker1968Polyploid structure in the Setaria sphacelata complex
J. B. Hacker1968Cytology of species hybrids in the Setaria sphacelata complex
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. Hartley, Slater C.1960Stidies on the origin, evolution and distribution of the Gramineae III. The tribes of the subfamily Eragrostideae
R. L. Harty, McDonald T. J.1972Germination behaviour in beach spinifex (Spinifex hirsutus Labill.)
P. W. Hattersley1983d13C values of C3 and C4 species of Australian Neurachne and its allies (Poaceae)
P. W. Hattersley, Perry P. W.1984Occurrence of the suberized lamella in leaves of grasses of different photosnthetic type II. In herbarium material
P. W. Hattersley, Watson L.1976C4 Grasses: an anatomical criterion for distinguishing between NADP-Malic enzyme species and PCK or NAD-MAlic enzyme species
D. L. Hayman1960The distribution and cytology of the chromosome races of Themeda australis in southern Australia
K. W. Hilu2004Phylogenetics and chromosomal evolution in the Poaceae (grasses)
S. D. Hopper2000How well do phylogenetic studies inform the conservation of Australian plants?
S. D. Hopper, Barlow B. A.2000Sidney Herbart James 1933-1998
F. X. Jozwick1969Some systematic aspects of Mitchell grasses (Astrebla F.Muell)
P. M. Kloot1983The genus Lolium in Australia
M. Lazarides1961The genus Ottochloa Dandy (Gramineae) in Australia and its relationship to Ichnanthus oblongus Hughes
M. Lazarides1959The Australian species referred to Ichnanthus Beauv. (Gramineae)
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.1987Australian C4 grasses (Poaceae):leaf blade anatomical features in relation to C4 acid decarboxylation types
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. J. Price, Hodnett, G. L., Burson, B. L., Dillon, S. L., Rooney, W. L.2005A Sorghum bicolor x S. macrospermum hybrid recovered by embryo rescue and culture
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
J. C. Tothill1969Soil temperature and seed burial in relation to the performance of Heteropogon contortus and Themeda australis in burnt native woodland pastures in eastern Queensland
J. C. Tothill1966Phenological varation in Heteropogon contortus and its relation to climate
L. Watson, Bell E. M.1975A surface-structural survey of some taxonomically diverse grass pollen
L. Watson, Clifford, H. T., Dallwitz, M.1985The classification of Poaceae, subfamilies and supertribes
L. Watson, Dallwitz, M., Johnston, C. R.1986Grass genera of the World: 728 deetailed descriptions from an automated database
L. Watson, Johnston C. R.1978Taxonomic variation in stomatal insertion among grass leaves
A. R. Smith-White1988Sporobolus virginicus (L.)Kunth in Coastal Australia: the Reproductive Behaviour and the Distribution of Morphological Types and Chromosome Races
P. S. Woodland1964The floral morphology and embryology of Themeda australis (R.Br.)Stapf
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