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GERMINATION AND DORMANCY

Adkins SW, Bellairs SM (1997) Seed Dormancy Mechanisms in Australian Native Species. In: Proceedings of the Second Australian Workshop on Biology for Revegetation, SM Bellairs and JM Osborne (Eds.), 11-12 October 1996, Newcastle, New South Wales. Australian Centre for Minesite Environmental Research, Brisbane.

Baskin CC, Baskin JM (2003) When Breaking Seed Dormancy is a Problem Try a Move-along Experiment. Native Plants, spring edition. (Online Resource) http://www.nativeplantnetwork.org/Uploads/4-1NPJ17-21.pdf (Accessed: July 2007)

Bell DT (1999) Turner Review No. 1: The Process of Germination in Australian Species. Australian Journal of Botany 47, pp. 475517.

Bonner FT (1984) Glossary of seed germination terms for tree seed workers. General Technical Report SO-49, USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans Louisiana. (Online Resource) http://www.srs.fs.usda.gov/pubs/gtr/gtr_so049.pdf (Accessed: August 2007)

Cochrane A, Kelly A, Brown K, Cunneen S (2002) Relationship between seed germination requirements and ecophysiological characteristics and the recovery of threatened native plant species in Western Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 3 (1), pp. 47-60.

 

Dixon K (1998) Smoke is key to germinating native flora seeds. Short Report No 48, RIRDC. (Online Resource) http://www.rirdc.gov.au/pub/shortreps/sr48.htm (Accessed: August 2007)

 

Flematii GR, Ghisalberti EL, Dixon KW, Trengove RD (2004) A Compound From Smoke That Promotes Seed Germination. Science, Vol. 305 No. 5686, p.977. (Online Abstract only) Science abstract (Accessed: August 2007)

 

Ford H (1991) How to Germinate Native Tree and Shrub Seed Enjoyably. Greening Australia, CanberraLink to Bush Tracks Online preview of publication. 

 

Gibson Roy P, Delpratt J, Moore G (2007) Restoring the Victorian Western (Basalt) Plains grassland. 1. Laboratory trails of viability and germination, and the implications for direct seeding. Ecological Managment and Restoration, Vol. 8 No. 2, August 2007, pp. 114-122.

 

Greening Australia Victoria (1996) Seed Germination Data Sheets:  1. The Acacias 2. The Eucalypts 3. Indigenous Grasses,   6. The Lily Family 9. Smoke as a Seed Pretreatment. Greening Australia, Victoria.

 

Langkamp P (Ed.) (1987) Germination of Australian Native Plant Seed.  Inkata Press, Melbourne. Link to Bush Tracks Online preview of publication. 

 

Richmond GS, Chinnock RJ (1994) Seed germination of the Australian desert shrub Eremophila. The Botanical Review, Vol 60, pp. 483-503.

 

Vigilante T, Dixon K, Sieler I, Roche S, Tieu A (1998) Smoke Germination of Australian Plants. RIRDC publication no. 98/108, RIRDC, ACT. (Online Resource) http://www.rirdc.gov.au/reports/WNP/KPW-1A.doc (Accessed: August 2007)