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John Shaw Neilson (1872—1942)

 

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An Ecological Interpretation of the Difference in Leaf Anatomy and its Plasticity in Contrasting Tree Species in Orange Kloof, Table Mountain, South Africa

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High efficiency genetic transformation of sour orange (Citrus aurantium) and production of transgenic trees containing the coat protein gene of citrus tristeza virus

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Salinity tolerance of ‘Valencia’ orange trees on rootstocks with contrasting salt tolerance is not improved by moderate shade

 

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One of John Shaw Neilson's best-known poems, was inspired by the beauty of the orange groves at Merbein near Mildura in the Murray River irrigation area, where Neilson was fruit-picking ...

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