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Cladistic analysis and revision of 'Billardiera' (Pittosporaceae) 74 74 0
'Phebalium speciosum' (Rutaceae: Boronieae), an endangered, narrowly endemic new species of north-eastern New South Wales, Australia 214 208 1
Morphological and molecular data show 'Synostemon trachyspermus' (Phyllanthaceae, Phyllantheae) to be a heterogeneous species assemblage 21 21 0
Revisionary Studies in 'Cucurbitaceae' Tribe 'Benincaseae' with Special Reference to Australia 212 213 0
'Gaultheria viridicarpa', a new name in Ericaceae: Vaccinioideae 287 286 0
Chromosome evolution in 'Bulbine glauca' (Asphodelaceae or Xanthorrhoeaceae subfam. Asphodeloideae) indicates six species, not one 23 23 0
Multiple lines of evidence clarify limits of 'Allocasuarina thalassoscopica', 'A. defungens' and 'A. littoralis' ('Allocasuarina' sect. 'Cylindropitys', Casuarinaceae) 27 27 0
Radiation following long-distance dispersal: the contributions of time, opportunity and diaspore morphology in 'Sicyos' (Cucurbitaceae) 271 269 0
'Pimelea cremnophila' (Thymelaeaceae), a new species from the New England Tablelands escarpment of northern New South Wales 147 147 0
'Bursaria cayzerae' (Pittosporaceae), a vulnerable new species from north eastern New South Wales, Australia 311 312 1
Dihydrotagetone, an Unusual Fruity Ketone, is Found in Enantiopure and Enantioenriched Forms in Additional Australian Native Taxa of 'Phebalium' (Rutaceae: Boronieae) 324 331 0
Phylogeny and proposed circumscription of 'Breynia', 'Sauropus' and 'Synostemon' (Phyllanthaceae), based on chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences 317 312 0
Revisionary Studies in 'Synostemon' (Phyllanthaceae, Phyllantheae): Morphological and molecular data corroborate generic recognition of 'Synostemon' and with increased species diversity 165 126 32
Cucumber ('Cucumis sativus') and melon ('C. melo') have numerous wild relatives in Asia and Australia, and the sister species of melon is from Australia 112 113 0
Phylogenetic relationships of 'Coronidium', 'Xerochrysum' and several neglected Australian species of "Helichrysum" (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) 16 16 0
Two new, sympatric species of 'Wahlenbergia' (Campanulaceae) from the New England Tableland escarpment, New South Wales, Australia 136 138 4
Historical biogeography of 'Breynia' (Phyllanthaceae): what caused speciation? 27 27 0
Delimitation of 'Sauropus' (Phyllanthaceae) Based on Plastid 'matK' and Nuclear Ribosomal ITS DNA Sequence Data 148 148 0
'Philotheca papillata' (Rutaceae), a new endangered species from north-eastern New South Wales 185 185 0
New Directions in Australian Essential Oil Research: Chemistry, Chemotypology and Chemotaxonomy; The Three C Essentials (O-1) 212 211 0
Molecular data consistently recover a 'Queensland clade' of 'Synostemon' (Phyllanthaceae, Phyllantheae) with distinctive floral morphology 22 22 0
Composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oils from the 'Phebalium squamulosum' species complex (Rutaceae) in New South Wales, Australia 362 356 1
'Austrobryonia' (Cucurbitaceae), a new Australian endemic genus, is the closest living relative to the Eurasian and Mediterranean 'Bryonia' and 'Ecballium' 226 226 0
'Phebalium verrucosum' (Rutaceae), new status for a taxon excluded from 'P. squamulosum' on morphological and phytochemical evidence 264 264 0
First instalment in resolution of the 'Banksia spinulosa' complex (Proteaceae): 'B. neoanglica', a new species supported by phenetic analysis, ecology and geography 162 159 0
Three new species of 'Gingidia' (Apiaceae: Apioideae) from Australia and New Zealand segregated from 'G. montana' 123 123 0
Morphological and molecular data reveal three rather than one species of 'Sicyos' (Cucurbitaceae) in Australia, New Zealand and Islands of the South West Pacific 164 165 0
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