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Davey, Michelle. Brown, A. J. (Austin James), 1954- Victoria. Department of Primary Industries. Primary Industries Research Victoria.
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Publication Date(s) 
2006
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Davey, Michelle. Brown, A. J. (Austin James), 1954- Victoria. Department of Primary Industries. Primary Industries Research Victoria.
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Computer file
Publication Date(s) 
2007
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Minko, G. (George) Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1981
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Beaven, E S.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1947
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Woods, Peter (Alan) Ballarat University College. Department of Biological and Chemical Sciences.
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Books
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The study reports on experiments to determine the effects of salinity on the germination of seeds of the spiny rush (Juncus acutus). Use is made of remote sensing to map and monitor the distribution of spiny rush in the greater Ballarat region.
Publication Date(s) 
1990
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Barnett, J P. Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
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1971
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Bjorkbom, J C. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
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Books
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1971
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Minore, Don. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1972
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Brown, A. J. (Austin James), 1954- Davey, Michelle. Victoria. Department of Primary Industries. Primary Industries Research Victoria.
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Computer file
Publication Date(s) 
2007
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Harrington, Michael G, 1987. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)
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Andersen, Robert N. Weed Science Society of America.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1968
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Rasmussen, Hanne N.
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Electronic Resources
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Terrestrial orchids have a wide appeal, but unfortunately they rank among the most vulnerable of all plant species, and little is known about how they reproduce in nature. This book contains a detailed survey of the biology of terrestrial orchids, from seed dispersal to establishment and life of the adult plant, based on comparisons of field and culture experiments. The unusual mode of obtaining energy by means of mycorrhiza is examined and evaluated in terms of plant structure and functions and the impact of this mycotrophic nutrition on orchid evolution. The book makes it clear that an understanding of germination, life histories and seasonal phenology in natural habitats is essential for the success of culture methods, propagation and conservation. The final chapter is a systematic presentation of the life history, endophytes and propagation of 36 genera of terrestrial orchids.
Publication Date(s) 
1995
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Kelsey, Rick G. Harrington, Michael G. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah)
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Publication Date(s) 
1979
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Crocker, William, 1876-1950. Barton, Lela V. (Lela Viola), 1901-
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Publication Date(s) 
1953
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