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Ecophysiological studies of the arid grasses Digitaria coenicola (F. Muell.) Hughes and Enteropogon acicularis (Lindl.) Lazarides

Bellotti, William D.


Autecological information of key plant species is considered an essential prerequisite for sound grazing management strategies of arid grasslands. Such information is meagre for even the preferred grasses found in central Australian ecosystems. This work presents quantitative information on specific requirements for the germination and growth of two preferred perennial grasses found in central Australia. Fresh seed of D. ooenioolr. was inherently dormant due to some property of the pericarp....[Show more]

CollectionsANU North Australia Research Unit (NARU)
Date published: 1979
Type: Thesis (Honours)(non-ANU)
Access Rights: Open Access


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