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Flora of Australia

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This latest volume in the acclaimed Flora of Australia series covers the subfamilies Arundinoideae, Danthonoideae, Aristidoideae, Micrairoideae and Choridoideae. It describes a mixture of tropical and temperate grasses and includes a number of economically and environmentally important groups. Hardback ISBN 0643069607.

Flora of the Sydney Region

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The fifth edition Flora of the Sydney Region is the definitive technical guide to the identification of wild plants in one of the world's botanical heartlands. The Flora covers an area of coastal New South Wales stretching from Newcastle to Nowra and west to Lithgow. This comprehensive treatment contains diagnostic keys and descriptions that make it possible for the reader to identify any of the 3000 indigenous or naturalised plant species found in this botanically diverse region. The identification keys efficiently guide the reader through those plant characteristics necessary to arrive at the correct scientific name. The identification process is further aided by a glossary and an extensive index of scientific and common plant names. Species descriptions include habitat details and flowering times. An instructive introduction provides support for the novice botanist. When first published in 1963, the Flora of the Sydney Region was the only complete regional Flora in Australia. This fully revised edition of the Flora incorporates the wealth of botanical research which has taken place since the publication of the fourth edition in 1994. As a trusty field guide and authoritative desktop reference, it will be a constant companion to environmental consultants, amateur and professional botanists, ecologists, bushwalkers, bush regenerators and teaching institutions.

Vegetation of Australian Riverine Landscapes

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Vegetation communities in Australia's riverine landscapes are ecologically, economically and culturally significant. They are also among the most threatened ecosystems on the continent and have been dramatically altered as a result of human activities and climate change. Vegetation of Australian Riverine Landscapes brings together, for the first time, the results of the substantial amount of research that has been conducted over the last few decades into the biology, ecology and management of these important plant communities in Australia. The book is divided into four sections. The first section provides context with respect to the spatial and temporal dimensions of riverine landscapes in Australia. The second section examines key groups of riverine plants, while the third section provides an overview of riverine vegetation in five major regions of Australia, including patterns, significant threats and management. The final section explores critical issues associated with the conservation and management of riverine plants and vegetation, including water management, salinity, fire and restoration. Vegetation of Australian Riverine Landscapes highlights the incredible diversity and dynamic nature of riverine vegetation across Australia, and will be an excellent reference for researchers, academics and environmental consultants.

Flora of Australia

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Australian Journal of Botany

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Flora of Australia

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Flora of Australia

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'Flora of Australia' documents five subfamilies of the grass gamily (Poaceae), comopirising 55 genera and 468 species.

Flora of Australia Winteraceae to Platanaceae

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Systematics and Geography of Plants

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Biodiversity Evolution and Biogeography of Plants

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Poaceae 3

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This latest volume in the acclaimed Flora of Australia series covers the subfamilies Arundinoideae, Danthonioideae, Aristidoideae, Micrairoideae and Chloridoideae. It describes a mixture of tropical and temperate grasses and includes a number of economically and environmentally important groups, such as: * Triodia - iconic spinifex grasses of Australia's arid areas that are an important major habitat for a variety of species * Wallaby grasses - attractive grasses with distinctive purple and green heads that are a major structural component of endangered south-eastern grasslands * Aristida (kerosene grasses and three-awns) - a large tribe of grasses whose characteristic three long bristles are problematic for the agricultural industry as they can contaminate fleece * Mitchell grasses - of great economic importance for the pastoral industry in Queensland * Couch grass - one of the lawn grasses we take for granted * Parramatta grasses - well-known weeds on the eastern seaboard * Arundo and Phragmites - the reeds along our waterways The volume includes native and naturalized species, treating five subfamilies, 55 genera and over 450 species. Many of the species treated are endemic to Australia. It features over 90 pages of illustrations as well as the traditional tightly written authoritative descriptions, identification keys, bibliographic information, and notes on ecology and distribution. An essential reference for plant taxonomists, ecologists and grassland researchers.

Winteraceae to Platanaceae

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This volume contains accounts of 23 families, including some of the more primitive kinds of flowering plants. Many of the species described are from the rainforests of eastern Australia, and the majority are trees. The herbaceous taxa include the buttercups and clematis (Ranunculaeceae).

Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia

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Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia Incorporated

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Museums Journal

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"Indexes to papers read before the Museums Association, 1890-1909. Comp. by Charles Madeley": v. 9, p. 427-452.

The Museums Journal

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"Indexes to papers read before the Museums Association, 1890-1909. Comp. by Charles Madeley": v. 9, p. 427-452.

Transactions

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Schlackenatlas

Author : Verein Deutscher Eisenhüttenleute. Ausschuss für Metallurgische Grundlagen
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Engineering

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Reference Guides that Should be Known and how to Use Them

Author : Florence May Hopkins
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