2000 - 2003

Reference List (CPBR staff in bold)

Ainouche, A.K., Bayer, R.J., Cubas, P., & Misset, M.T. (In Press). Phylogenetic relationships within tribe Genisteae (Papilionaceae) with special reference to the genus Ulex. in press

Altizer, S., Nunn, C., Dobson, A., Thrall, P.H., Antonovics, J., Gittleman, J., Pedersen, A., & Cunningham, A. (In Press). Social organization and disease risk in mammals: insights from comparative and theoretical studies. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, in press

Andrew, R.L., Miller, J..T., Peakall, R., Crisp, M.D., & Bayer, R.J. (2003). Genetic, cytogenetic, and morphological patterns in a mixed mulga population: evidence for apomixis. Australian Systematic Botany, Number 1, 16, 69-80.

Baumel, A., Ainouche, M..L., Bayer, R.J., & Misset, M.T. (2002). Molecular phylogeny of hybridizing species from genus Spartina Schreb. (Poaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 22, 303-314.

Baumel, A., Ainouche, M..L., Misset, M.T., Gourret, J.P., & Bayer, R.J. (2003). Genetic evidence for hybridization between the native Spartina maritima and the introduced Spartina alterniflora (Poaceae) in South-West France: Spartina x neyrautii re-examined. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 237, 87-97.

Bayer, R.J. (2001). Xerochrysum Tzvelev, a pre-existing generic name for Bracteantha Anderb. & Haegi (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae). Kew Bulletin, 56, 1013-1015.

Bayer, R.J., Breitwiser, I., Ward, J., & Puttock, C.F. (In Press). Gnaphalieae. The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants, in press

Bayer, R.J. & Cross, E.W. (2003). A reassessment of tribal affinities of Cratystylis and Haegiela (Asteraceae) based on three chloroplast DNA sequences. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 236, 207-220.

Bayer, R.J. & Cross, E.W. (2002). A reassessment of tribal affinities of the enigmatic genera Printzia and Isoetopsis (Asteraceae), based on three chloroplast sequences. Australian Journal Botany, 50, 677-686.

Bayer, R.J., Greber, D.G., & Bagnall, N.H. (2002). Phylogeny of Australian Gnaphalieae (Asteraceae) based on four sequences, the trnL intron, trnL/trnF intergenic spacer, matK, and ETS. Systematic Botany, 27, 801-814.

Bayman, P., Otero, J.T., & Ackerman, J.D. (In Press). Hidden Transactions: the curious relationships between orchids and fungi. Orchids, in press

Becerra Lopez-Lavalle, L.A., McFadden, H.G., & Brubaker, C.L. (2002). Genetic characterization of chromosome inheritance in G. hirsutum X C genome alien chromosome addition lines: Fusarium wilt resistance in wild Australian Gossypium. Proceedings of the 11th Australian Cotton Conference Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 13-15 August 2002,

Becerra Lopez-Lavalle L.A. & Orjeda, G. (2002). Occurrence and cytological mechanism of 2n pollen formation in a tetraploid accession of Ipomoea batatas (sweet potato). Journal of Heredity, 93(3) , 185-192.

Bleeker, W., Franzke, A.., Pollman, K., Brown, A.H.D., & Hurka, H. (2002). Phylogeny and biogeography of southern hemisphere high mountain Cardamine species (Brassicaceae). Australian Systematic Botany, 15 , 575-581.

Bock, C.H., Thrall, P..H., Brubaker, C.L., & Burdon, J.J. (2002). Detection of genetic variation in Alternaria brassicicola using AFLP fingerprinting. Mycological Research, 106, 428-434.

Broadhurst, L.M. & Coates, D.J. (2002). Genetic diversity within and divergence between rare and geographically widespread tax of the Acacia acuminata (Mimosaceae) complex. Heredity, 88, 250-257.

Broadhurst, L.M., Coates, D.J., & Tan, B.H. (2001). Patterns of morphological variation and allelic distribution across a zone of hybridisation between two Geleznowia subspecies (Rutaceae). Australian Journal of Botany, 49, 1-8.

Broadhurst, L.M. & Tan, B.H. (2001). Floral biology of the Western Australian endemic species, Geleznowia verrucosa Turcz. (Rutaceae). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 83(3), 83-89.

Brooker, M.I.H., Slee, A.V., Connors, J.R., & Duffy, S.M. (2002). EUCLID Eucalypts of Southern Australia (Second Edition) CD-ROM. CSIRO Publishing,

Brown, A.H.D. & Brubaker, C.L. (2001). Indicators for sustainable management of plant genetic resources - How well are we doing? In J.M.M. Engels, A.H.D. Brown, M.T. Jackson, & V. Ramanatha Rao (Eds.), Science and Technology for Managing Plant Genetic Diversity (pp. 249-262). CAB International.

Brown, A.H.D., Doyle, J.L., Grace, J.P., & Doyle, J.J. (2002). Molecular phylogenetic relationships within and among diploid races of Glycine tomentella (Leguminosae). Australian Systematic Botany, 15, 37-47.

Brown, A.H.D. & Young, A.G. (In Press). Participatory plant breeding - does it achieve or does it compromise genetic conservation? Scientific Basis of Participatory Improvement and Conservation of Crop Genetic Resources, in press

Brown, G.K. (2002). My Edinburgh Rhododendron Experience: Rhodo '02 Conference & Vireya Study Visit. The Rhododendron, 42, 10-12.

Brown, G.K. (2003). Vireya Rhododendrons: an insight into their relationships. In G. Argent & M. McFarlane (Eds.), Rhododendrons in Horticulture and Science (pp. 95-110). Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.

Brown, G.K. & Craven, L.A. (2003). A new alpine species of Rhododendron (Ericaceae) from New Guinea. Novon, 13, 26-29.

Brubaker, C.L. (2001). Developing the International Cotton Genome Initiative: A report based on the International Cottom Genome Initiative 2001 Workshop. In C.L. Brubaker (Ed.), Montpellier France:

Brubaker, C.L. (2002). An evaluation of the scientific data bearing on the potential for gene flow between GM cottons and Gossypium K-genome species indigenous to Western Australia and the Northern Territory. A report prepared for Office of the Gene Technology Regulator Cotton Review Panel (Australia),

Brubaker, C.L. & Brown, A.H.D. (2001). An evaluation of the potential for gene flow between commercial cotton cultivars and wild Australian Gossypium species: A report prepared for Monsanto Australia Limited. In Anonymous

Brubaker, C.L. & Wendel, J.F. (2001). RFLP diversity in cotton. In J.J. Jenkins & S. Saha (Eds.), Emerging Technologies in Cottom Breeding (pp. 81-102). USA: Science Publishers, Enfield, N.H.

Brummitt, R.K., Castroviejo, S., Chikuni, A.C., Orchard, A.E., Smith, G.F., & Wagner, W.L. (2001). The Species Plantarum Project, an international collaborative initiative for higher plant taxonomy. Taxon, 50(4), 1217-1230.

Burdon, J.J. & Thrall, P.H. (2001). Coevolution at multiple spatial scales - from population to continent and beyond. Evolutionary Ecology, 14, 261-281.

Burdon, J.J. & Thrall, P.H. (2001). The demography and genetics of host-pathogen interactions. In J. Silvertown & J. Antonovics (Eds.), Integrating ecology and evolution in a spatial context (pp. 197-217). Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Burdon, J.J. & Thrall, P.H. (In Press). Genetic structure of natural plant and pathogen populations. Genetics, Evolution, and Biological Control, in press

Burdon, J.J. & Thrall, P.H. (2003). Resistance variation in natural plant populations. Plant Protection Science, 38 (Special Issue 1), 145-150.

Burdon, J.J., Thrall, P.H., & Lawrence, G.J. (2002). Coevolutionary patterns in the Linum marginale - Melampsora lini association at a continental scale. Canadian Journal of Botany, 80, 288-296.

Byrne, M. & Broadhurst, L.M. (2002). Development of native germplasm for agroforestry. Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Plant Breeding Conference, Perth, 15-20 September, 178-183.

Byrne, M. & Broadhurst, L.M. (2003). Genetic diversity and the utilisation of Acacia species in agroforestry in Western Australia. Australian Systematic Botany, Number 1, 16, 49-55.

Cargill, D.C. & Curnow, J.A. Vouchering Lichens and Bryophytes. In L. Brown, F. Hall, & J. Mill (Eds.), Plant Conservation: Approaches and Techniques from an Australian Perspective. 2003: ANPC. Environmental Trust.

Carlsson-Graner, U. & Thrall, P.H. (2002). The spatial distribution of plant populations, disease dynamics and evolution of resistance. Oikos, 97, 97-110.

Cayzer, L.W., Adams, L.G., Cowley, K.J., Lepschi, B.J., & Whitbread, G.H. (2002). Australian Plant Name Index. Conservation Science Western Australia, 4(3), 94-95..

Chandler, G.T., Bayer, R.J., & Crisp, M.D. (2001). A molecular phylogeny of the endemic Australian genus Gastrolobium (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae) and allied genera using chloroplast and nuclear markers. American Journal of Botany, 88, 1675-1687.

Chandler, G.T., Bayer, R.J., & Gilmore, S.R. (In Press). A Re-evaluation of Oxylobium sens. lat. and Related Genera (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae) Using Sequences of Five Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA markers. Plant Sp. Bio, in press

Chandler, G.T., Crisp, M.D., Cayzer, L.W., & Bayer, R.J. (2002). Monograph of Gastrolobium (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae). Australian Systematic Botany, 15, 619-739.

Clements, M.A. (2003). Molecular Phylogenetic Systematics of the Dendrobiinae (Orchidaceae), with emphasis on Dendrobium sect. Pedilonum. Telopea, 10 (1), 247-298.

Clements, M.A. & Jones, D.L. (2002). Nomenclatural changes in the Australian and New Zealand Bulbophyllinae and Eriinae (Orchidaceae). The Orchadian, 13(11), 498-501.

Clements, M.A. & Jones, D.L. (2002). Nomenclatural changes in the Dendrobieae (Orchidaceae) 1: The Australasian region. The Orchadian, 13(11), 485-497.

Clements, M.A. & Jones, D.L. (2002). Nomenclatural notes arising from studies in the tribe Diurideae (Orchidaceae): additions and corrections. The Orchadian, 13(11), 502-503.

Clements, M.A., Jones, D.L., Sharma, I.K., Nightingale, M.E., Garratt, M.J., Fitzgerald, K.J., Mackenzie, A.M., & Molloy, B.P.J. (2002). Phylogenetic systematics of the Diurideae (Orchidaceae) based on the ITS and 5.8S coding region of nuclear ribosomal DNA. Lindleyana, 17(3), 135-171.

Clements, M.A., Jones, D.L., Sharma, I.K., Nightingale, M.E., Garratt, M.J., Fitzgerald, K.J., Mackenzie, A.M., & Molloy, B.P.J. (2002). Phylogenetics of Diurideae (Orchidaceae) based on the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) regions of nuclear ribosomal DNA. Lindleyana, 17, 135-171.

Clerk, J.S., Gill, A.M., & Kershaw, A.P. (2002). Spatial variability in fire regimes: its effects on recent and past vegetation. In R.A. Bradstock, J.E. Williams, & A.M. Gill (Eds.), Flammable Australia: the Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent (pp. 125-141). Cambridge University Press.

Craven, L.A. (2002). A new name for an Australian Rhododendron (Ericaceae). Edinburgh Journal of Botany, 59, 447-450.

Craven, L.A. (2002). Notes on Conothamnus Lindl. with the description of a new section, sect. Gongylocephalus Craven (Myrtaceae) . Muelleria, 16, 39-42.

Craven, L.A. (2001). Unravelling knots or plaiting rope: What are the major taxonomic strands in Syzygium sens. lat (Myrtaceae) and what should be done with them? In l.G. Saw., L.S.L. Chuea, & K.C. Khoo (Eds.), Taxonomy: the cornerstone of biodiversity. Proc. Fourth Fl. Mal. Symp (pp. 75-85). Institute Pen. Perhutanan Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur.

Craven, L.A. & Lepschi, B.J. (2001). Melaleuca dichroma, a new name for Melaleuca virgata (Benth.) Craven, nom. illeg. Australian Systematic Botany, 14, 971

Craven, L.A., Sunarti, S., Wardani, M., Mudiana, D., & Yulistiarini, T. (2002). Kayu putih and its relatives in Indonesia (Myrtaceae, Melaleuca and Asteromyrtus). Floribunda, 2, 16-26.

Craven, L.A., Wilson, F.D., & Fryxell, P.A. (2003). A taxonomic review of Hibiscus sect. Furcaria (Malvaceae) in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Australian Systematic Botany, 16, 185-218.

Cross, E.W., Quinn, C..J., & Wagstaff, S.J. (2002). Molecular evidence for the polyphyly of Olearia (Astereae: Asteraceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution, 235, 99-120.

de Kok, R.P.J. & West, J.G. (2002). A revision of Pultenaea Sm. (Fabaceae) 1. Species with ovaries glabrous and/or with tufted hairs. Australian Systematic Botany, 15, 81-113.

de Kok, R.P.J. & West, J.G. (2003). A revision of Pultenaea Sm. (Fabaceae) II. Eastern Australian species with velutinous ovaries and incurved leaves. Australian Systematic Botany, 16, 229-273.

de Kok, R.P.J. & West, J.G. (In Press). A revision of Pultenaea Sm. (Fabaceae) III. Eastern Australian species with recurved leaves. Australian Systematic Botany, in press

Dowe, J.L. & Jones, D..L. (In Press). Arecaceae. Flora of Australia, in press

Doyle, J.J., Doyle, J.L.., Brown, A.H.D., & Palmer, R.G. (2002). Genomes, multiple origins, and lineage recombination in the Glycine tomentella (Leguminosae) polyploid complex: histone H3-D gene sequences. Evolution, 56, 1388-1402.

Elix, J.A. & Craven, L.A. (2002). Heinar Streimann (1938-2001): a quiet achiever in Papuo-Australian botany. Taxon, 51, 413-414.

Ericson, L., Burdon, J.J., & Müller, W.J. (2002). The rust pathogen Triphragmium ulmariae as a selective force affecting its host, Filipendula ulmaria. Journal of Ecology, 90, 167-178.

Fagg, M. (2003). 'WebWatch - Australia's Virtual Herbarium, Promotes sustainability across the nation'. Museum National, 11, 4, 12

Falster, D., Murray, B.R., & Lepschi, B.J. (2001). Linking abundance, occupancy and spatial structure: an empirical test of a neutral model in an open-forest woody plant community in eastern Australia. Journal of Biogeography, 28, 317-323.

Geiser, D.M., Juba, J.H.., Wang, B., & Jeffers, S.N. (2001). Fusarium hostae sp. nov., a relative of F. redolens with a Gibberella teleomorphy. Mycologia, 93, 670-678.

Genger, R.K., Brown, A.H.D., & Burdon, J.J. Development of molecular markers linked to scald resistance genes derived from wild barley, Hordeum vulgare ssp. spontaneum. Proceedings American Phytopathological Society Meeting 2002, (Abstract)

Genger, R.K., Brown, A.H.D., & Burdon, J.J. Progress in marking scald resistance genes derived from wild barley. Proceeds 10th Australian Barley Technical Symposium (Canberra, 16-20 September, 2001) (CD), (Abstract)

Gill, A.M., Bradstock, R.A., & Williams, J.E. (2002). Fire regimes and biodiversity: legacy and vision. In R.A. Bradstock, J.E. Williams, & A.M. Gill (Eds.), Flammable Australia: the Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent (pp. 429-446). Cambridge University Press.

Gill, A.M. & Catling, P.C. (2002). Fire regimes and biodiversity of forested landscapes of southern Australia. In R.A. Bradstock, J.E. Williams, & A.M. Gill (Eds.), Flammable Australia: the Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent (pp. 351-369). Cambridge University Press.

Godfree, R.C., Tinnin, R.O., & Forbes, R.B. (2002). The effects of dwarf mistletoe, witches' brooms, stand structure and site characteristics on the crown architecture of lodgepole pine in Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 32, 1360-1371.

Godfree, R.C., Tinnin, R.O., & Forbes, R.B. (2002). Relationships between Arceuthobium americanum and the structure of Pinus contorta var. murrayana stands in central Oregon. Plant Ecology, 165, 69-84.

Godfree, R.C., Tinnin, R.O., & Forbes, R.B. (In Press). Relationships between dwarf mistletoe and the canopy structure of an old-growth lodgepole pine forest in central Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, in press

Groves, R. & Catling, P. (2003). Heaths and low open-forests. In P. Attiwill & B. Wilson (Eds.), Ecology - An Australian Perspective (pp. 263-279). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Groves, R.H. (2003). Heaths and low open-forests. In P.M. Attiwill & B. Wilson (Eds.), (pp. 263-279). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Groves, R.H. (2002). The impacts of alien plants in Australia. In D. Pimentel (Ed.), Biological Invasions: Economic and Environmental Costs of Alien Plant, Animal and Microbe Species (pp. 11-23). Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press LLC.

Groves, R.H. (2002). Robert Brown and the naturalised flora of Australia. Cunninghamia, 7, 623-629.

Groves, R.H., Austin, M.P., & Kaye, P.E. (In Press). Competition between Australian native and introduced grasses along a nutrient gradient. Austral Ecology, in press

Groves, R.H. & Whalley, R.D.B. (2002). Ecology of the major Australian grass genera and the grasslands in which they ocur. In K. Mallett (Ed.), Flora of Australia (pp. 157-182). Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing.

Groves, R.H. & Whalley, R.D.B. (2002). Grass and grassland ecology in Australia. Flora of Australia, 43, 157-182.

Hanley, M.E. & Groves, R.H. (2002). Effect of the rust fungus Puccinia chondrillina TU788 on plant size and plant size variability in Chondrilla juncea. Weed Research, 42, 370-376.

Hartley, T.G. (2001). Morphology and biogeography in Australasian-Malesian Rutaceae.. Malayan Nature Journal, 55, 197-219.

Hartley, T.G. (2003). Neoschmidia, a new genus of Rutaceae from New Caledonia. Adansonia, ser.3, 25(1), 7-12.

Hartley, T.G. (2001). On the taxonomy and biogeography of Euodia and Melicope (Rutaceae). Allertonia, 8(1), 1-319.

Hartley, T.G. & Mabberley, D.J. The identity of Picrella Baill. (Ruytaceae) with a revision of the genus. Adansonia, ser.3 , in press

Hewson, H. (2002). Book Review: The Genus Clematis by Magnus Johnson. ASBS Newsletter, 12, 17-18.

Hewson, H. (2002). Brunonia Australis. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Canberra (Pamphlet, Ltd edn, 51pp).

Hewson, H. (2002). Contributions . In R. Aitken & M. Looker (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to Australian Gardens (pp. 97-98, 258-259, 442-443, 462, 504, 518, 564, 632).. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Johnston, J. (2001). Baeomycetaceae. Flora of Australia, 58A, 14-16.

Johnston, J. (2001). Icmadophilaceae. Flora of Australia, 58A, 17-23.

Jones, D.L. (2002). Four new species of Habenaria (Orchidaceae) from Australia and a new combination for a species from New Guinea. The Orchadian, 13(11), 516-525.

Jones, D.L. & Clements, M.A. (2002). A new classification of Pterostylis R.Br. (Orchidaceae). Australian Orchid Research , 4, 64-124.

Jones, D.L. & Clements, M.A. (2002). Nomenclatural notes arising from studies in the tribe Diurideae (Orchidaceae): Calonemorchis. The Orchadian, 14(1), 33-42.

Jones, D.L. & Clements, M.A. (2002). A reassessment of Pterostylis R.Br (Orchidaceae). Australian Orchid Research, 4, 3-63.

Jones, D.L., Clements, M.A., & Molloy, B.P.H. (2003). Nomenclatural notes arising from studies into the tribe Diurideae (Orchidaceae):Jonesiopsis. Orchadian, 14(4), 179-183.

Jones, D.L., Clements, M.A., & Molloy, B.P.J. (2002). A synopsis of the Subtribe Pterostylidinae. Australian Orchid Research, 4, 125-144.

Jones, D.L., Clements, M.A., Sharma, I.K., & Mackenzie, A.M. (2001). A new classification of Caladenia R. Br (Orchidaceae). The Orchadian, 13, 389-419.

Jones, D.L., Clements, M.A., Sharma, I.K., Mackenzie, A.M., & Molloy, B.P.J. (2002). Nomenclatural notes arising from studies into the Tribe Diurideae (Orchidaceae). The Orchadian, 13 (10), 437-468.

Jones, D.L., Clements, M.A., Sharma, I.K., Mackenzie, A.M., & Molloy, B.P.J. (2002). Nomenclatural notes arising from studies into the tribe Diuridae (Orchidaceae). The Orchadian, 13, 437-468.

Jones, D.L., Forster, P.I., & Sharma, I.K. (2001). Revision of the Macrozamia miquelii (F.Muell.) A.DC (Zamiaceae section Macrozamia) group. Austrobaileya, 6, 67-94.

Jones, D.L. & Gray, B. (2002). Calochilus ammobius (Orchidaceae), an extinct or critically endangered new species from Queensland. The Orchadian, 14(2), 85-86, 92.

Kelchner, S.A. (2002). Group II introns as phylogenetic tools: Structure, function, and evolutionary constraints. American Journal of Botany, 89(10), 1651-1669.

Kelchner, S.A. (2002). 'Molecular Systematics and Plant Evolution': a review. Systematic Biology, 51(2), 382-384.

Lafay, B. & Burdon, J..J. (2001). Small-subunit rRNA genotyping of rhizobia nodulating Australian Acacia spp. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 67, 396-402.

Les, D.H., Moody, M.L., Jacobs, S.W.L., & Bayer, R.J. (2002). Systematics of seagrasses (Zosteraceae) in Australia and New Zealand. Systematic Botany, 27, 468-484.

Liu, B., Brubaker, C.L., Mergeai, G., Cross, R.C., & Wendel, J.F. (2001). Polyploid formation in cotton is not accompanied by rapid genomic changes. Genome, 44, 321-330..

Liu, Q., Brubaker, C.L., Green, A.G., Marshall, D.R., Sharp, P., & Singh, S.P. (2001). Evolution of the FAD2-1 fatty acid desaturase 5' intron and the molecular systematics of Gossypium (Malvaceae). American Journal of Botany, 88, 92-102.

Liu, Q., Brubaker, C.L., Green, A.G., Marshall, D.R., Sharp, P., & Singh, S.P. (2001). Evolution of the FAD2-1 fatty acid desaturase 5' intron and the molecular systematics of Gossypium (Malvaceae). American Journal of Botany, 88, 92-102.

Lockwood, L., Wilson, J., & Fagg, M. (2001).. Botanic Gardens of Australia - a Guide to 80 Gardens. pp. 176 Sydney: New Holland Publishers.

Maslin, B.R., Miller, J.T., & Seigler, D.S. (2003). Overview of the generic status of Acacia (Leguminosae: Mimosidae). Australian Systematic Botany, 16, 1-18.

Matarczyk, J.A., Willis, A.J., Vranjic, J.A., & Ash, J.E. (2002). Herbicides, weeds and endangered species: management of bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. rotundata) with glyphosate and impacts on the endangered shrub, Pimelea spicata. Biological Conservation, 108, 133-141.

Meagher, D., Downing, A.., Curnow, J., & Clarke, K. (2002). The Bryophyte Flora of Kosciuszko. In K. Green (Ed.), Biodiversity in the Snowy Mountains (pp. 14-22). Australian Institute of Alpine Studies.

Miller, J.M. & Bayer, R.J. (2001). Molecular Phylogenetics of Acacia (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) based on the chloroplast matK coding sequence and flanking trnK intron spacer regions. American Journal Botany, 88, 697-705.

Miller, J.M. & Bayer, R.J. (2001). Molecular phylogenetics of Acacia (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) based on the chloroplast trnK/matK and nuclear Histone H3-D DNA sequences. In Herendeen P.S. & A. Bruneau (Eds.), Advances in legume systematics: part 9 (pp.. 181-200). Kew: Kew Royal Botanic Gardens.

Miller, J.T., Andrew, R.L., & Bayer, R.J. (2003). Molecular phylogenetics of the Australian Acacias of subg. Phyllodineae (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) based on the trnK intron. Australian Journal Botany, 51, 167-177.

Miller, J.T., Andrew, R..L., & Maslin, B.R. (2002). Towards an understanding of variation in the Mulga complex (Acacia aneura and relatives) . Conservation Science Western Australia, 4(3), 19-35.

Miller, J.T. & Bayer, R.J. (2003). Molecular phylogenies of Acacia subgenera Acacia and Aculeiferum (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) based on the chloroplast matK coding sequence and flanking trnK spacer regions. Australian Systematic Botany, Number 1, 16, 27-33.

Murphy, D.J., Miller, J..T., & Bayer, R.J. (2003). Molecular phylogeny of Acacia subgenus Phyllodineae (Mimosoideae:Leguminosae) based on DNA sequences of the internal transcribed spacer region. Australian Systematic Botany, Number 1, 16, 19-26.

Murray, B.R., Brown, A.H.D., & Grace, J.P. (2003). Geographic gradients in seed size among and within perennial Australian Glycine species. Australian Journal of Botany, 51, 47-56.

Murray, B.R., Thrall, P.H., Gill, A.M., & Nicotra, A.N. (2002). How plant life-history and ecological traits relate to species rarity and commonness at varying spatial scales. Austral Ecology, 27, 231-310..

Murray, B.R., Thrall, P.H., & Lepschi, B.J. (2002). Relating species rarity to life history in plants of eastern Australia. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 4, 937-950.

Murray, B.R., Thrall, P.H., & Woods, M.J. (2001). Do rare Acacia species demonstrate greater specificity for rhizobial symbionts? Implications for restoration of native vegetation. Ecological Management and Restoration, 2, 213-219.

Oliver, E.J., Thrall, P.H., Burdon, J.J., & Ash, J.E. (2001). Vertical disease transmission in the Cakile-Alternaria host-pathogen interaction. Australian Journal of Botany, 49, 561-569.

Orchard, A.E. (2001). What are the roles of Floras in an electronic age? Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter , 109, 14-16.

Orchard, A.E. & Maslin, B.R. (2003). Proposal to conserve the name Acacia (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) with a conserved type. Taxon, 52(2), 362-363.

Parker, M.A., Lafay, B.B.J.J., & van Berkum, P. (2002). Conflicting phylogeographic patterns in rRNA and nifD indicate regionally-restricted gene transfer in Bradyrhizobium. Microbiology-SGM, 148, 2557-2565.

Pfeil, B.E. (In Press). Glycine. The Pea Key - an interactive key to Australian pea-flowered legumes, in press

Pfeil, B.E., Brubaker, C.L., Craven, L.A., & Crisp, M.D. (2002). Phylogeny of Hibiscus and the tribe Hibisceae (Malvaceae) using chloroplast DNA sequences of ndhF and the rp116 intron. Systematic Botany, 27, 333-350.

Pfeil, B.E. & Craven, L.A. (2002). New taxa in Glycine (Fabaceae: Phaseolae) from north-western Australia. Australian Systematic Botany , 15, 565-573.

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Pfeil, B.E., Tindale, M.D., & Craven, L.A. (2001). A review of the Glycine clandestina species complex (Fabaceae: Phaseoleae) reveals two new species. Australian Systematic Botany, 14, 891-900.

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Zhang, X., Marchant, A., Wilson, K.L., & Bruhl, J.J. (Accepted). Phylogenetic relationships of Carpha and its relatives (Schoeneae, Cyperaceae) inferred from chloroplast trnL intron and trnL-trnF intergenic spacer sequences. Molecular Phlogenetics and Evolution, in press

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