Grants Awarded

Researchers
YearTitleOrganisationAmountReports
ChongCaroline2022Conserving wild population diversity in the Desert Quandong of Central Australia
Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security, Northern Territory Government
$15726
BokErin2022Disentangling the genetic and environmental drivers of manna quality in E. viminalis and its consequences for native ecosystem function.University of Tasmania
$19,272
GerwinMelissa2022Conservation of Australian plant diversity, particularly where there are threats from climate changeUniversity of Tasmania$19320
CoadBryan2022

Improving germination success for Australian native plant seeds using cold plasma treatments
The University of Adelaide$14996

Le Breton

Tom2021Effect of fire seasonality on post-dispersal seed predation of serotinous seedsUniversity of New South Wales$8,930
O’BrienChris2021Cryobiotechnology for conservation of endangered Sweet MyrtlesQueensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation and The University of Queensland$17,040
WatsonDavid2021The status of populations of Australian Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) in Australia’s western rangelandsCharles Sturt University$7,979
Munoz-RojasMiriam2021Native microbes for promoting conservation and restoration of threatened ecological communitiesUniversity of New South Wales$14,800
GuevaraDiego2021The effects of soil microbial community on grassland restoration techniques in South Australian Mediterranean-type climate regionUniversity of Adelaide$9,900
GuerinJenny2020Investigating seed development and germination requirements of sedges (Cyperaceae) for the purpose of restorationBotanical Gardens South Australia$6,000
Borala LiyanageGanesha2020
2021
Understanding seed and reproductive biology of Geijera parviflora and its implications for conservation and restorationAustralian Botanic Gardens$19,998
MacDermottHarry2020Fire ecology and management of northern Australian sandstone heathCharles Darwin University$10,000
PackerJasmin2020
2021
Soil disturbance trials to improve germination and seedling establishment for the Endangered Whibley Wattle (Acacia whibleyana)University of Adelaide$19,794Progress report
EmeryNathan2019Taxonomy and propagation of Persoonia hirsutaThe Royal Botanical Garden Sydney$10,000Progress report
PriceJodi2019
2020
Alleviating regeneration function in restorationCharles Sturt University$20,000
FunnekotterBryn2019
2020
Mitochondrial function during cryopreservationCurtin University$20,000Progress report
Final report
TobiasPeri2018
2019
Myrtle rust resistance genesSydney Institue of Agriculture, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney$20,000
ShapcottAlison2018
2019
Assessing the phylodiversity and conservation of central Queensland rainforest using DNA barcodingGenecology Research Centre; School of Science and Engineering; University of the Sunshine Coast$20,000
MurphySue2018
2019
Raising Rarity: Identifying the horticultural potential of rare and threatened Australian wildflowers
*The Australian Native Plants Society funded a portion of this research project
School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, University of Melbourne$20,000
SKATESLaura2017
2018
How hungry are carnivorous plants? Investigating the nutrition and ecology of Australian carnivorous floraKings Park, WA$13,750Progress report
FOWLERWilliam2017Effects of urbanisation on banksia woodland communitiesEnvironmental and Conservation Sciences, Murdoch University$15,000
CHIAKerryn2017
2018
Germination of Persoonia speciesBiodiversity Conservation Centre, Kings Park, WA$19,324Summary

 

Final report

BIFFINEd2017
2018
The evolutionary significance of range disjuncts among South Australian eucalyptsState Herbarium of South Australia$20,000Progress report

 

Final report

SMITHMonique2016Interactions between native and introduced grass species in relation to the restoration of grassy woodland habitatsSchool of Biological Sciences, University of Adelaide$12,500Final report
SATYANTIAnnisa2016The effect of warmer temperature and shorter winter duration to the germination and seedling survival of Australian alpine floraResearch School of Biology, Australian National University$15,000
MINCHINTONTodd2016 2017Seeds, seed banks and cultivation of endangered coastal salt marsh plants under climate changeSchool of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong$14,875Final report
MACKAYDavid2016Can the native Rusty Fig, Ficus rubiginosa, beat climate change?School of Environmental and Rural Science, University of New England$10,780Final report
BURROWSGeoff2016Lens morphology in Australian acacias – implications for germination, propagation, cultivation and conservationSchool of Agricultural and Wine Sciences, Charles Sturt University$7,782

Final report

Published article

Published article

Media article

Media article

RYMERPaul2015Moreton Bay fig: distribution of native genetic variation and threats from cultivationHawkesbury Institute for the Environment, University of Western Sydney, Hawkesbury Campus$14,300
REITERNoushka2015Ex-situ conservation of Sphaerolobium acanthosAustralian Network for Plant Conservation Inc. Canberra ACT$14,500Progress Report

 Final Report

LEISHMANMichelle2015How does smoke-promoted germination in SE Australian flora vary among plant lineages, vegetation types and fire strategies?Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University$14,691Final Report
JORDANRebecca2015Understanding climate adaptation and its implications for revegetation in Eucalyptus microcarpa: linking genomic and phenotypic variationBio21 Institute, University of Melbourne$12,144Final Report
SCHMIDTSusanne2014Functional response of Triodia in the spinifex grasslands of arid AustraliaSchool of Agriculture and Food Sciences, University of Queensland$11,900Progress Repo
NAGALINGUMNathalie2015Conservation genetics of wild populations and botanic garden collections of Australian cycadsRoyal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust, Sydney, NSW$23,769Progress Repo
OOIMark2014
2015
Clinal variation in seed dormancy and regeneration success of Boronia: implications for persistence under climate changeSchool of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong$7,442
$2,564
 Final Report
TSENEdward2013
2014
A spatial genetic study of historic gene flow and demographics of a rare tropical tree Ryparosa kurrangiiSchool of Botany, University of Melbourne, VIC 3010$11,610
$11,610
HUANGGuomin2013Climate change impacts on genetically differentiated Telopea speciosissima (NSW Waratah) costal and upland populationsHawkesbury Institute for the Environment, UWS,
Penrith NSW 2751
$11,500Publication

 

Summary

Final report

FUENTES-CROSSPatricia2012Understanding the distribution of genetic diversity in South Australian populations of Quandong (Santalum acuminatum), to inform genetic resource management and future domestication activities.School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide, SA 5005$5,000Summary

 

Final report

BRADSHAWProf Carey JA2012 2013Identifying cost-effective reforestation approaches for biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestation in Southern Australia (ARC Linkage Project)School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide, SA 5005$10,000
$10,000
Starting Report
Progress Report
Summary
Final Report
BOWMANAlexandra2012Fallen logs: creating patchiness in chenopod scrublands of South AustraliaSchool of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide, SA 5005$12,000Summary
Final Report
PERKINSDr Melinda2011
2012
Techniques for improving Phytophthora resistance in potential new floricultural crop Newcastelia interruptaCentre for Native Floriculture, School of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Queensland$7,060
$4,940
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

JOHNSONKaren2011
2012
Determining the pollinators of rare and endangered Epacris species: implications for conservationUniversity of Tasmania$12,000
$12,000
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Poster

MORGANDr John2010Vegetation change in the Victorian alps from 1945 to 2009: the influence of fire, grazing and climate change on plant successionDepartment of Botany, La Trobe University, Bundoora Vic 3086$11,000Summary

 

Final Report

MARTYNDr Amelia J2010
2011
Germination of Australian alpine species and implications in a changing climateMount Annan Botanic Garden, Mount Annan NSW 2567$12,000
$12,000
Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

DOWNES (ne BAKER)Dr Katherine2010
2011
Germination requirements of the lesser known kangaroo paw and cats paw taxaDepartment of Environmental and Aquatic Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth WA 6845$6,380
$5,620
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Publication

PAULDr Nicholas2009
2010
“Green caviar” and “sea grapes”: Targeted cultivation of high-value seaweeds from the genus CaulerpaSchool of Marine & Tropical Biology, James Cook University, Townsville QLD 4811$4,817
$6,325
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

LOVELOCKA Prof Catherine2009
2010
The capacity of native saltmarsh halophytes to remove salt from saline wastewater dischargeCentre for Marine Studies, University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072$8,100
$2,500
Final Report
HENRYProf Robert2009
2010
Impact of climate on the genetic diversity of native species using Microlaena stipoides as a modelCentre for Plant Conservation Genetics, Southern Cross University,Lismore, NSW. 2480$2,673
$7,777
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final report

HARRISONDr Dion2009Understanding the biochemical basis of flower colour in Australian native Ptilotus and GomphrenaThe Centre for Native Floriculture, University of Queensland, Gatton Campus, QLD 4343$12,650Summary

Final Report
ATWELL

ROBERTS
Prof. Brian
Dr Tom
2009Can the phenology of Australian wild relatives of cultivated rice be modified for human use?Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney NSW 2109$13,200Summary

 

Final Report

AINSLEYDr Phillip2009
2010
Developing a screening procedure to determine the impact of climate change on seed germination in threatened native plant speciesBotanic Gardens of Adelaide, North Terrace, Adelaide, 5000, South Australia$5,175
$6,325
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

WILSON
ROSSETTO
Dr Peter
Dr Maurizio
2008Reproductive biology of the Magenta Lilly Pilly (Syzygium paniculatum).and its implications for conservationRoyal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust, Sydney$11,600Summary

 

Final Report

KURAMOTTO DE BEDNARIKCarola2008The relative importance of fire regimes, environmental gradients and climate change for rainforest distribution in the Sydney regionThe Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University,Canberra 0200$3,400Summary

 

Final Report

JOHNSTONDr Margaret2008
2009
An evaluation of the temperature and daylength requirements of Australian potted colour species.School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland Gatton.$7,755
$7,755
Progress Report

 

Interim Report

Summary

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

PERKINS
JOHNSTON
Melinda
Dr Margaret
2007
2008
Pollination biology of Ptilotus axillarisCentre for Native Floriculture, School of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Queensland, Gatton$5,181
$4,819
Summary

 

Final Report

PAGEDr Tony2007Reproductive biology and improvement of Australian tropical sandalwood (Santalum lanceolatum)James Cook University, Cairns$11,000Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

MORRISDr E. Charles2007Mechanical constraint model of seed coat dormancy in GrevilleaSchool of Natural Sciences, Hawkesbury Campus (K12), University of Western Sydney$14,000Summary

 

Final report

Publication

LULYDr Jon2007
2008
The conservation status of the rare desert tree Acacia peuce in QueenslandTESAG, James Cook University Townsville$2,320
$4,027
Summary

 

Final Report

BELLDr Tina2007
2008
Mycorrhizal associations in the Fabaceae: are they really needed?School of Forest and Ecosystem Science, University of Melbourne$3,206
$10,105
Summary

 

Final Report

MORRISDr E. Charles2006Do heat and smoke affect the permeability of the Grevillea seed coat to large molecular weight compounds?School of Science, Food and Horticulture, University of Western Sydney Hawkesbury$14,000Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

LINDEDr Celeste2006Identification of fungal mycorrhizal species associated with increased plant growth of the rare Fabaceae species Gastrolobium vestitumSchool of Botany and Zoology, Australian National University$12,110Summary

 

Final Report

DENTON
RYAN
Dr Matthew
Dr Megan
2006
2007
Harnessing native Fabaceae for agriculture – the importance of mycorrhizal fungiSchool of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia$6,482
$5,118
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Publication

PRICEJodi2005Land-use legacies in the Woohlpooer State ForestDepartment of Botany, La Trobe University, Bundoora$8,491Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

LYMBERY
PETTIT
Dr Alan
Dr Neil
2005
2006
Measuring and managing the impact of secondary salinisation on riparian floraSchool of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, Murdoch University WA 4150$8,000
$6,300
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Publication

CARGILL
JONES
Dr D. Christine
David L.
2005The biology and cultivation of Revwattsia fragile (Watts) D. L. Jones, a rare Queensland fern, for potential commercial productionAustralian National Herbarium, Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Canberra$7,062Summary

 

Final report

WOODALL
BLACKLOW
DEEGAN
Dr Geoff
Prof Marcus
Paula
2005
2006
Cultivation of Native Potatoes (Platysace spp.). [AFF contribution to RIRDC project no: UWA-16A: Development of new root vegetable crops from Western Australia’s diverse tuberous flora.]Centre of Excellence in National Resource Management, University of Western Australia$5,500
$5,500
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

Publication 3

KRISANTINIMs Santi2004The role of phytohormone auxin in adventitious rhizogenesis in GrevilleaSchool of Agriculture and Horticulture, University of Queensland, Gatton$6,100Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

MARCHANT
PERKINS
OREL
TOWLER
Adam
Andrew
George
Gillian
2004Exploring the horticultural potential of native Australian flowering shrubs in the Solanum brownii groupRoyal Botanic Gardens, Sydney and Centre for Horticulture and Plant Sciences, University of Western Sydney, Richmond$11,000Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

GRIESSER
SEDGLEY
Prof Hans J.
Prof Margaret
2004Plasma discharge treatment for improved germination of seeds and killing of fungal spores on seed coatsIan Wark Research Institute, Univ of SA, and Dept of Plant Science, Adelaide University$5,000Summary

 

Final Report

ECKERTDr Michael2003Issues associated with flower colour of Australian native plants $1,600Summary

 

Final Report

EASTON
WHALEN
MACKAY
Lyndlee
Dr Molly
Dr.D.A.
2003Life histories and reproductive strategies of plants in the desert and halophytic genus Frankenia in Australia.School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University$4,750Summary

 

Final Report

Final Presentation

Publication 1

Publication 2

Publication 3

CONOMIKES
McLEAN
LAWRIE
Melanie
Dr. C.
A/ Prof. A.
2003Effect of provenance and mycorrhizal innoculum on cuttings of Epacris impressa.Department of Resource Management, Burnley College, The University of Melbourne$16,998Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

ASHFORD
PALMER
Prof Anne
Dr John H.
2003
2004
Germination, establishment and mycorrhizal synthesis in the Epacrid Woollsia pungensSchool of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of New South Wales$11,000Summary

 

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

WEBBER
WOODROW
Bruce
Dr Ian
2002Genetic diversity in the rare tropical tree – Ryparosa javanica.School of Botany, The University of Melbourne$7,800Summary

 

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

SEDGLEYProf Margaret2002
2003
Development of somatic embryogenesis as a propagation method for ornamental hybrid eucalypts.Department of Horticulture, Viticulture and Oenology, Adelaide University$11,990
$11,000
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Publication

ROZEFELDSDr Andrew2002The horticultural potential of an endangered species, the Freycinet Wax Flower from Eastern Tasmania.Tasmanian Herbarium$8,800Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

DUNCANDavid2002Pollination and fruit production of native species in fragmented vegetation.Dept of Botany and Zoology, The Australian National University$10,438Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

ORSCHEG
ENRIGHT
Miss C
A/Prof N.
2002Seed longevity and viability in several species of Box-Ironbark ForestDept of Geography & Environmental Studies , The University of Melbourne$4,940Summary

 

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

TAJI
SMITH
Prof Acram
J.
2001
2003
Why is Hakea pulvinifera at the brink of extinction? Strategies for conservation through invitro and ex situ breeding techniques.School of Rural Science and Agriculture, The University of New England$4,224
$4,224
Prog report

 

Summary

Final Report

LLORENSTanya2001Effects of habitat fragmentation on the endangered plant Grevillea caleyi: The importance of soil-stored seedbank as a reservior of genetic diversityAustralian Flora Research Centre, University of Wollongong$4,620Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

LIDBETTERMr Jonathan2000Boronia – survival or death in warmer climates – what you can’t see is what is important.Gosford Research Station, NSW Agriculture$16,776Summary

 

Final Report

LAMBERS
VENEKLAAS
Prof Hans
Dr Erik J.
2000Is the rarity of species in the Banksia genus associated with highly specialised nutrient acquisition mechanisms?Plant Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia$6,500Summary

 

Final Report

BROWN
JAMES
A.J.
Elizabeth A.
2000
2001
Germination of salt-tolerant grasses from ephemeral wetlands in inland Victoria.Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne$11,800Summary

 

Final report

NANCARROWChris1999Hybridization in three sympatric Persoonia spp.: P. chaemaepitys, P. myrtilloides and P. levis.Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong$4,000Summary

 

Final Report

SEDGLEY
MIBUS
Margaret
Raelene
1999Investigation of the Banksia lignotuber in relation to its potential for shoot production for ornamental horticulture.Department of Horticulture, Viticulture and Oenology,  Adelaide University$4,000Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

JOHNSONDr Krystyna1999Developing propagation techniques for bush tomato.University of Technology Sydney$3,880Summary

 

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

JAMESMs Elizabeth1999A study of the breeding system and genetic diversity of Grevillea williamsonii and its implications for conservation management.Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne$4,050Summary

 

Final Report

FACELLIDr Evelina1999The role of mycorrhizal associations in the growth and survival of the native hills daisy, Ixodia achillaeoides: interactions with root-pathogenic nematodes.Department of Applied and Molecular Ecology, Adelaide University$3,666Summary

 

Final Report

CELEBREZZEThomas M1999Comparative effects of the European honey bees (Apis mellifera) on the population genetics and pollination ecology of six Australian plant species within the Families Myrtaceae, Proteaceae and Epacridaceae.Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong$4,000Summary

 

Final Report

COATES
PARSONS
Dr Fiona
Dr. R.F.
1999Propagation and seed viability of the endangered orchid Prasophyllum correctum.Department of Botany,  LaTrobe University$3,129Summary

 

Final Report

SMITH WHITEDr Anthony R1998An investigation of morphological variation in the salt-tolerant grass Sporobolus virginicus from coastal NSW and its possible application as a turf grassSchool of Biological Sciences, The University of New South Wales$3,000Prelim Report

 

Summary

Final Report

SHEARS
DELPRATT
Ian
John
1998Burnley College grassland construction project.Burnley College, The University of Melbourne$5,000Summary

 

Final Report

SLATERDr. A. (Tony) T.1997Selection and evaluation of eastern Australian Conospermum species as cut flowersInstitute for Horticultural Development Knoxfield, Dept. of Agriculture, Victoria$2,980Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Publication

TRUEMAN
PERRY
Dr Steven J.
Mrs Fiona
1997
2000
Development of reliable techniques for the propagation of Persoonia and Conospermum.School of Botany, LaTrobe University$2,950
$2,950
Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

LONERAGANDr William A.1997Conserving plant diversity in Banksia woodlands: the relationship between community composition, soil seed bank and fire history.Department of Botany, The University of Western Australia$2,750Final Report

 

Publication

FACELLIDr. Evelina1997
1998
Mycorrhizas in restoration of mallee communities.Department of Soil Science, Waite Campus,  Adelaide University$3,068
$3,154
Summary

 

Final Report

CROSSRob1997Ex vitro culture of Caladenia: photoautotrophic micropropagationRoyal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne$1,870Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

RAISONDr John1996Changes in flammability of vegetation in relation to fire frequency.CSIRO Division of Forestry, Canberra$13,000Progress Rept

 

Summary

Final Report

GILLDr A. Malcolm1996Ignitibility of Australian native plants.CSIRO Division of  Plant Industry, Canberra.
$24,700Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

CROSSLEYMr Mark1996Propagation and cultivation of the aquarium plant Aponogeton elongatus.Dept. of Plant Production, The University of Queensland Gatton$3,510Final Report

 

Publication

CROSSRob1996Photoautotrophic micropropagation of Banksia.Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne$2,200Summary

 

Final Report

CHOENGSAAT
PLUMMER
TURNER
Darunee
Dr Julie A.
Dr David W.
1996Improvement of seed yield for commercial production of the Australian daisies Rhodanthe chlorocephala and Schoenia filifolia.Plant Sciences, Faculty of  Agriculture,  The University of Western Australia$3,000Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

ASH
MACKEY
Dr Julian E.
Dr. Brendan G.
1996Modelling interactions of fire and rainforest.Faculty of Science,  The Australian National University$10,470Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

UNWINMr Greg L1995
1996
Regeneration biology and silviculture of Tasmanian soft tree fern Dicksonia antartica.Department of Applied Biology,  University of Tasmania$4,200 $4,200Summary

 

Final report

Reed report

Publication

STEWART
TURNBULL
Prof George R
Dr. Matthew H.
1995
1996
Ecophysiological significance of mycorrhization in Eucalyptus roots.Department of Botany, The University of Queensland, St Lucia$3,167 $3,100Final Report

 

Publication 1

Publication 2

PATTINSON
McGEE
Greg S.
Dr. Peter.
1995Fire and mycorrhizal fungiSchool of Biological Sciences, The University of Sydney$8,166Final report

 

Publication

OLDFIELDDr Anthony C.1995Significance of floral odours to animal pollinators.CRES, The Australian National University$3,000Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

McLEAN
LAWRIE
Cassandra
Dr Ann
1995
1996
Investigation of the importance of mycorrhizae on propagation of some members of the family Epacridaceae.Dept. of Applied Biology and Biotechnology, RMIT, and Burnley
College of Horticulture, University of Melbourne
$1,100 $1,100Final Report

 

Publication

MACKAY
WHALEN
Dr Duncan A.
Dr. Molly A.
1995
1996
Seed biology of Australian Euphorbs.School of Biological Sciences,  Flinders University, Adelaide$2,800

 

$2,800

Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

JOHNSTON
KETELHOHN
Dr Margaret E
Ms Lynda
1995
1996
Propagation of Persoonia virgarta for the development of a new floricultural export crop.Dept. of Plant Production, Gatton College, The University of Queensland$3,839

 

$3,672

Summary

 

Reed Report

Final Report

Publication 1

Publication 2

Publication 3

Publication 4

GUESTDr David I1995
1996
Biological control of Phytophthora cinnamomi in Thryptomene spp. using manure treatmentsSchool of Botany, The University of Melbourne$4,100 $4,400Summary

 

Final Report

Reed Report

Publication

FUSS
REID
Dr Alison.
Aileen
1995
1996
Stirlingia latifolia establishmentHorticultural Industries Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, West. Australia$3,709 $3,313Progress Report

 

Summary

Final report

Publication 1

Publication 2

BALMERDr Jayne1995Lomatia tasmanica and Persoonia muelleri propagation and commercial horticulture.Dept. of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage, Tasmania$5,000Summary

 

Final report

WURMMs Penelope A.S.1994Physical and biological factors determining the distribution and abundance of the wild rice Oryza rufiopogon Griff. in the Northern Territory.School of Biology, Northern Territory University$2,661Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

PRAKASH
SHERRINGHAM
Dr N.
P.
1994Seed biology and germination study of Zieria prostrataDepartment of Botany, University of New England$3,000Summary

 

Final Report

OATES
ABELL
John D.
Peter G.
1994
1995
Identification of Ptilotus species (Mulla Mulla) suitable for domestication and breeding for the cut and dried flower trade.Plant Breeding Institute, The University of Sydney$4,955
$4,959
Progress Report

 

Summary

Final Report

Reed report

ALLEN
SLATER
HOWELL
Dr A.D.
Dr A.T.
G.J.
1994Development of South Eastern Australian daisies as cut flowers: Helichrysum diosmifolium and H. semipaposumInstitute for Horticultural Development Knoxfield, Dept. of Agriculture, Victoria$4,859Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

Reed Report

VAUGHTON
WHELAN
Dr Glenda
Prof. Rob J.
1993Reproductive ecology and population genetics of Grevillea barkleyana: a model for the conservation of small populations of endangered plants.Department of Biology, University of Wollongong$2,600Final Report

 

Publication

SINDEL
DAWSON
Dr Brian M
Mr Iain
1993Development of Wahlenbergia stricta varieties for broadscale landscape.Division of Plant Industry, CSIRO, Canberra$3,000Final Report
SEDGLEYProf Margaret1993
1995
Propagation of Banksia spp. in relation to the selection and breeding of improved cultivars.Waite Agricultural Research Institute,   Adelaide University$3,000
$3,000
Summary

 

Final Report 

Publication

BUNNMr Eric1993In vitro propagation of Australian Proteaceae (Conospermum spp. )Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth$2,750Summary Report

 

Final Report

LEE
GOODWIN
Ms Lyn A.
Dr. Peter B.
1993Development, germination and dormancy of Actinotus helianthi.School of Crop Sciences, The University of Sydney$2,700Summary Report

 

Final Report

TESTERDr Mark1992Mycorrhizas of Atriplex and Stipa.Department of Botany,Adelaide University$2,572Summary Report

 

Final Report

IRELANDMrs Carolyn1992Recruitment in the Western Myall (Acacia papyrocarpa Benth.); flowering, fate of seed and the regeneration nicheDept. of Environmental Science and Rangeland Management, Roseworthy Campus, Adelaide University$2,380Final Report

 

Publication 1

Publication2

GORSTDr Janet R1992Micropropagation of threatened species of PersooniaDepartment of Botany, University of Tasmania, Hobart$2,540Summary Report
SHARMAN
DOWLING
Dr Kerry V.
R.
1992The collection and evaluation of daisies (Tribe Inuleae) with horticultural potentialQDPI, Redlands Research Stn and Indooroopilly$2,000Final report
WILLIAMSONMs Virginia G1992Cut flower longevity of six Australian native species.Department of Botany, The University of New England, Armidale$500Final Report

 

Publication

ASHFORDA.Prof Anne1991
1993
The anatomy and ultrastructure of natural and synthesised mycorrhizas of Leucopogon ericoides and other members of the EpacridaceaeSchool of Biological Sciences, The University of New South Wales$2,300
$2,300
Final Report

 

Publication 1

Publication 2

TAJIDr Acram1990Propagation of Conospermum species (Smoke Bushes) by seed, cuttings and tissue culture.Department of Botany, The University of New England, Armidale$2,234Summary

 

Final Report

McGEEDr Peter A1990
1991
Development of mycorrhiza of Thysanotus species (Fringe Lily).School of Biological Sciences, The University of Sydney$2,000
$2,000
Final Report
KIRBYDr Greg C.1990Microbial symbionts of Clianthus formosus (Sturt’s Desert Pea).School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University of South Australia$1,738Summary

 

Final Report

WHELAN
GOLDINGAY
Dr Rob .J.
Mr. Ross L.
1989Pollination in Telopea speciosissima (Waratah).Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong$1,983Summary

 

Final Report

Publication

REED
SALTER
Dr Malcolm L
Mr A.A.
1989Rhizobia of native Fabaceae.School of Biological Sciences,  Macquarie University$464Final Report
RANDELLDr Barbara R.1988Ultraviolet reflectance of flowers.Department of Botany, Adelaide University$600Summary

 

Final Report

LACEYMs Sandra A.1988Investigation of the cultural requirements for the development of Helichrysum diosmifolium (Native Paper Daisy).Redlands Research Station, Dept. Primary Industry, Cleveland, Qld.$1,500Final Report

 

Publication 1

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EXLEYDr Elizabeth  M1988Floral biology of Macadamia integrifolia (Macadamia nut).Department of Entomology, The University of Queensland$1,790Final Report

 

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