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Article Index

Volume 4 Number Three

The Conservation and Utilisation Potential of Australian Dryland Acacia Symposium held at Dalwallinu, Western Australia 13–14 July 2001. Edited by B R Maslin and A S George.

pdfPages i–iv
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Contents & Foreword
Stephen D Hopper, Rex Edmiston and Stephen Midgley

pdfPages 1–9 (60.1 kB PDF)
The role and relevance of taxonomy in the conservation and utilisation of Australian Acacias
Bruce R Maslin

pdfPages 10–18 (130.4 kB PDF)
Phylogenetics and the conservation and utilisation of Acacia in Western Australia
Margaret Byrne

pdfPages 19–35 (416.8 kB PDF)
Towards an understanding of variation in the Mulga complex (Acacia aneura and relatives)
Joseph T Miller, Rose A Andrew and Bruce R Maslin

pdfPages 36–53 (181.4 kB PDF)
Rarity and threat in relation to the conservation of Acacia in Western Australia
Marcelle L Buist, David J Coates and Colin J Yates

pdfPages 54–61 (93.6 kB PDF)
The translocation of two critically endangered Acacia species
Leonie Monks and David Coates

pdfPages 62–71 (100.2 kB PDF)
Wattle I plant for wildlife?
B M J Hussey

pdfPages 72–93 (360.1 kB PDF)
Flora and vegetation of Burnerbinmah Station: a study of the plant communities in the Mulga shrublands of the Murchison Region, Western Australia
Susan Patrick

pdfPages 94–95 (66.7 kB PDF)
Australian Plant Name Index
LINDY CAYZER, LAURIE ADAMS, KIRSTEN COWLEY, BRENDAN LEPSCHI AND GREG WHITBREAD

pdfPages 96–108 (139.9 kB PDF)
Acacia species as large-scale crops in the Western Australian wheatbelt
John Bartle, Graeme Olsen, Jerome Carslake and Don Cooper

pdfPages 109–116 (100.0 kB PDF)
Economic potential of Western Australian Acacia species: secondary plant products
David S Seigler

pdfPages 117–124 (97.1 kB PDF)
Livestock potential of Australian species of Acacia
Robyn A Dynes and Anthony C Schlink

pdfPages 125–129
Review of the influence of Acacia species on establishment of Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) in Western Australia
Jon E Brand

pdfPages 130–134 (107.8 kB PDF)
Direct seeding acacias of different form and function as hosts for Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum)
Geoff S Woodall and Chris J Robinson

pdfPages 135–138 (27.2 kB PDF)
The value of Acacia saligna as a source of feed for sheep
Delwyn Howard, Gaye Krebs and Maarten van Houtert

pdfPages 139–144 (83.3 kB PDF)
A search for novel biologically active compounds in the phyllodes of Acacia species
Kristen Wickens and Marcello Pennacchio

pdfPages 145–146 (19.1 kB PDF)
Horticultural potential of Acacia
Grady Brand and Luke Sweedman

pdfPages 147–157 (162.4 kB PDF)
Reproductive potential of Acacia species in the central wheatbelt: variation between years
Mangadas Lumban Gaol and John E D Fox

pdfPages 158–160 (56.8 kB PDF)
Tourism potential of Acacia, with particular reference to Dalwallinu
Chris Tate

pdfPages 161–169 (69.3 kB PDF)
Potential of Australian acacias in combating hunger in semi-arid lands
Anthony Rinaudo, Prakash Patel and Lex A J Thomson

pdfPages 170–180 (71.7 kB PDF)
Domestication of wattles with edible seeds for the wheatbelt of Western Australia
Maurice McDonald, Bruce R Maslin and Lex A J Thomson

pdfPages 181–184 (24.0 kB PDF)
Issues in the commercialisation of wattle seed for food
Anthony Hele

pdfPages 185–191 (90.2 kB PDF)
Broadscale production of wattle seed to address salinity: potential and constraints
Graeme Olsen

Volume 4 Number Two

pdfPages i–x (43.1 kB PDF)
BiblioResearch : a bibliography of research 1896–2001
Lisa J Wright

pdfPages 1–356 (1.7 MB PDF)
BiblioResearch : a bibliography of research 1896–2001 (Bibliography)
Lisa J Wright

Volume 4 Number One

pdfPages 1–12 (84.2 kB PDF)
Low temperature and low moisture storage of seeds of rare and threatened taxa in the endemic Western Australian genus Dryandra (R. Br.) (Proteaceae)
Anne Cochrane, Kate Brown and Anne Kelly

pdfPages 13–62 (804.5 kB PDF)
A vegetation survey of the islands of the Turquoise Coast from Dongara to Lancelin, south-western Australia
Greg J Keighery, JeniI J. ALFORD AND VANDA LONGMAN

pdfPages 63–78 (116.7 kB PDF)
A biological survey of the agricultural zone : vegetation and vascular flora of Drummond Nature Reserve
Greg J Keighery, N Gibson, A Webb and W P Muir