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Seed Coat Dormancy in Two Species of Grevillea(Proteaceae)

Limitations to Reproductive Output and Genetic Rescue in Populations of the Rare Shrub Grevillea repens (Proteaceae)

Kakadumycins, novel antibiotics from Streptomyces sp. NRRL 30566, an endophyte of Grevillea pteridifolia

Tests for inbreeding and outbreeding depression and estimation of population differentiation in the bird-pollinated shrub Grevillea mucronulata

Seed-coat Dormancy in Grevillea linearifolia: Little Change in Permeability to an Apoplastic Tracer after Treatment with Smoke and Heat

Somatic mutations contribute to genotypic diversity in sterile and fertile populations of the threatened shrub, Grevillea rhizomatosa (Proteaceae)

The birds and the bees: pollinator behaviour and variation in the mating system of the rare shrub Grevillea macleayana

Investigations into Seed Dormancy in Grevillea linearifolia, G. buxifolia and G. sericea: Anatomy and Histochemistry of the Seed Coat

Effects of Three Nickel Salts on Germinating Seeds of Grevillea exul var. rubiginosa, an Endemic Serpentine Proteaceae

The Pollination Ecology of Grevillea beadleana McGillivray, an Endangered Shrub from Northern New South Wales, Australia

Spatial genetic structure reflects extensive clonality, low genotypic diversity and habitat fragmentation in Grevillea renwickiana (Proteaceae), a rare, sterile shrub from south-eastern Australia

Floral Structure, Stigma Receptivity and Pollen Viability in Relation to Protandry and Self-incompatibility in Silky Oak (Grevillea robusta A. Cunn.)

Structural Aspects of Cluster Root Development and their Possible Significance for Nutrient Acquisition in Grevillea robusta (Proteaceae)

Systemic suppression of cluster-root formation and net P-uptake rates in Grevillea crithmifolia at elevated P supply: a proteacean with resistance for developing symptoms of ‘P toxicity’


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(family Proteaceae)

A genus of trees and shrubs, including G. robusta (silky oak), widely cultivated in the tropics as a shade tree and for its useful timber. There are 200 species, occurring in eastern Malesia, the western Pacific islands, and Australia.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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