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Revisionary Studies in 'Cucurbitaceae' Tribe 'Benincaseae' with Special Reference to Australia 208 209 0
Revisionary Studies in 'Synostemon' (Phyllanthaceae, Phyllantheae): Morphological and molecular data corroborate generic recognition of 'Synostemon' and with increased species diversity 158 121 28
Historical biogeography of 'Breynia' (Phyllanthaceae): what caused speciation? 23 23 0
Phylogeny and proposed circumscription of 'Breynia', 'Sauropus' and 'Synostemon' (Phyllanthaceae), based on chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences 316 311 0
Dihydrotagetone, an Unusual Fruity Ketone, is Found in Enantiopure and Enantioenriched Forms in Additional Australian Native Taxa of 'Phebalium' (Rutaceae: Boronieae) 324 331 0
Phylogenetic relationships of 'Coronidium', 'Xerochrysum' and several neglected Australian species of "Helichrysum" (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) 11 11 0
Cucumber ('Cucumis sativus') and melon ('C. melo') have numerous wild relatives in Asia and Australia, and the sister species of melon is from Australia 111 112 0
'Philotheca papillata' (Rutaceae), a new endangered species from north-eastern New South Wales 184 184 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 163 164 0
First instalment in resolution of the 'Banksia spinulosa' complex (Proteaceae): 'B. neoanglica', a new species supported by phenetic analysis, ecology and geography 161 158 0
Chromosome evolution in 'Bulbine glauca' (Asphodelaceae or Xanthorrhoeaceae subfam. Asphodeloideae) indicates six species, not one 17 17 0
'Phebalium verrucosum' (Rutaceae), new status for a taxon excluded from 'P. squamulosum' on morphological and phytochemical evidence 264 264 0
Three new species of 'Gingidia' (Apiaceae: Apioideae) from Australia and New Zealand segregated from 'G. montana' 122 122 0
'Pimelea cremnophila' (Thymelaeaceae), a new species from the New England Tablelands escarpment of northern New South Wales 146 146 0
Morphological and molecular data show 'Synostemon trachyspermus' (Phyllanthaceae, Phyllantheae) to be a heterogeneous species assemblage 15 15 0
Cladistic analysis and revision of 'Billardiera' (Pittosporaceae) 73 73 0
Delimitation of 'Sauropus' (Phyllanthaceae) Based on Plastid 'matK' and Nuclear Ribosomal ITS DNA Sequence Data 147 147 0
'Gaultheria viridicarpa', a new name in Ericaceae: Vaccinioideae 279 278 0
Radiation following long-distance dispersal: the contributions of time, opportunity and diaspore morphology in 'Sicyos' (Cucurbitaceae) 264 262 0
New Directions in Australian Essential Oil Research: Chemistry, Chemotypology and Chemotaxonomy; The Three C Essentials (O-1) 212 211 0
'Austrobryonia' (Cucurbitaceae), a new Australian endemic genus, is the closest living relative to the Eurasian and Mediterranean 'Bryonia' and 'Ecballium' 224 224 0
Multiple lines of evidence clarify limits of 'Allocasuarina thalassoscopica', 'A. defungens' and 'A. littoralis' ('Allocasuarina' sect. 'Cylindropitys', Casuarinaceae) 22 22 0
Molecular data consistently recover a 'Queensland clade' of 'Synostemon' (Phyllanthaceae, Phyllantheae) with distinctive floral morphology 18 18 0
Composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oils from the 'Phebalium squamulosum' species complex (Rutaceae) in New South Wales, Australia 360 354 1
Two new, sympatric species of 'Wahlenbergia' (Campanulaceae) from the New England Tableland escarpment, New South Wales, Australia 136 138 4
'Phebalium speciosum' (Rutaceae: Boronieae), an endangered, narrowly endemic new species of north-eastern New South Wales, Australia 213 207 1
'Bursaria cayzerae' (Pittosporaceae), a vulnerable new species from north eastern New South Wales, Australia 308 309 1
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