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Volume 58 (2010)
TURNER REVIEW No. 19. Savanna woody plant dynamics: the role of fire and herbivory, separately and synergistically
Jeremy J. Midgley, Michael J. Lawes and Simon Chamaillé-Jammes
pp. 1-11
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Volume 56 (2008)
TURNER REVIEW No. 18. Greenhouse gas fluxes from natural ecosystems
Ram C. Dalal and Diane E. Allen
pp. 369-407
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TURNER REVIEW No. 17. Phytophthora cinnamomi and Australia's biodiversity: impacts, predictions and progress towards control
David M. Cahill, James E. Rookes, Barbara A. Wilson, Lesley Gibson and Keith L. McDougall
pp. 279-310
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TURNER REVIEW No. 16. Restoration demography and genetics of plants: when is a translocation successful?
Eric S. Menges
pp. 187-196
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TURNER REVIEW No. 15. 'Breathing' of the terrestrial biosphere: lessons learned from a global network of carbon dioxide flux measurement systems
Dennis Baldocchi
pp. 1-26
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Volume 55 (2007)
TURNER REVIEW No. 14. Roots of the Second Green Revolution
Jonathan P. Lynch
pp. 493-512
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TURNER REVIEW No. 13. A framework to predict the effects of livestock grazing and grazing exclusion on conservation values in natural ecosystems in Australia
Ian D. Lunt, David J. Eldridge, John W. Morgan and G. Bradd Witt
pp. 401-415
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Volume 54 (2006)
TURNER REVIEW No. 12. It was no accident: deliberate plant introductions by Australian government agencies during the 20th century
Garry D. Cook and Lesley Dias
pp. 601-625
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TURNER REVIEW No. 11. The ecology and evolution of gender strategies in plants: the example of Australian Wurmbea (Colchicaceae)
Spencer C. H. Barrett and Andrea L. Case
pp. 417-433
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Volume 53 (2005)
TURNER REVIEW No. 10. Why do evergreen trees dominate the Australian seasonal tropics?
D. M. J. S. Bowman and L. D. Prior
pp. 379-399
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TURNER REVIEW No. 9. Ecosystem services: an ecophysiological examination
Derek Eamus, Catriona M. O. Macinnis-Ng, Grant C. Hose, Melanie J. B. Zeppel, Daniel T. Taylor and Brad R. Murray
pp. 1-19
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Volume 52 (2004)
TURNER REVIEW No. 8. Ecology and ecophysiology of grasstrees
Byron B. Lamont, Roy Wittkuhn and Dylan Korczynskyj
pp. 561-582
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Volume 51 (2003)
TURNER REVIEW No. 7. Impacts of ecosystem fragmentation on plant populations: generalising the idiosyncratic
Richard J. Hobbs and Colin J. Yates
pp. 471-488
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TURNER REVIEW No. 6. Genetic pollution of native eucalypt gene pools—identifying the risks
B. M. Potts, R. C. Barbour, A. B. Hingston and R. E. Vaillancourt
pp. 1-25
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Volume 50 (2002)
TURNER REVIEW No. 5. Are listed threatened plant species actually at risk?
Mark A. Burgman
pp. 1-13
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Volume 49 (2001)
TURNER REVIEW No. 4. Co-occurrence of Proteaceae, laterite and related oligotrophic soils: coincidental associations or causative inter-relationships?
J. S. Pate, W. H. Verboom and P. D. Galloway
pp. 529-560
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Volume 48 (2000)
TURNER REVIEW No. 3. Horticultural development of Australian native edible plants
Amani K. Ahmed and Krystyna A. Johnson
pp. 417-426
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Volume 47 (1999)
TURNER REVIEW No. 2. Southern Conifers in Time and Space
Tim J. Brodribb and Robert S. Hill
pp. 639-696
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TURNER REVIEW No. 1. The Process of Germination in Australian Species
David T. Bell
pp. 475-517
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