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Effect of temperature and depth of burial on the persistence of seed of Avena fatua L. in Western Australia.

Published online: 01 Jan 1977

Authors: Paterson, J. G. & Boyd, W. J. R. & Goodchild, N. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Constant temperatures within the range 11-23 C had no significant effect upon the germination of Avena fatua, but higher temperatures appreciably redu...

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Vernalization and photoperiod requirement of naturalized Avena fatua and Avena barbata Pott ex Link in Western Australia.

Published online: 01 Jan 1976

Authors: Paterson, J. G. & Boyd, W. J. R. & Goodchild, N. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

A. fatua and A. barbata plants were collected from a wide geographic range in Western Australia and tested for their temp. and daylength responses. Al...

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Can we predict cultural ecosystem services, and are we measuring the right things?

Published online: 20 Jan 2022

Published by: British Ecological Society

Authors: Jones, L. & Boeri, M. & Christie, M. & Durance, I. & Evans, K. L. & Fletcher, D. & Harrison, L. & Jorgensen, A. & Masante, D. & McGinlay, J. & Paterson, D. & Schmucki, R. & Short, C. & Small, N. & Southon, G. & Stojanovic, T. & Waters, R.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This paper describes a framework that allows to create a model for predicting and mapping cultural services. The cultural ecosystem service model for ...

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The distribution of Avena species naturalized in Western Australia.

Published online: 01 Jan 1976

Authors: Paterson, J. G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Wild oats (Avena spp.) were probably introduced into Western Australia from Tasmania c. 1830. Avena fatua and A. barbata now occur throughout the temp...

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