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    1. Dick, TM; Streever, WJ
      Decomposition of Avicennia marina on an iron-smelting slag substrate

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    2. Greggains, V; Finch-Savage, WE; Atherton, NM; Berjak, P
      Viability loss and free radical processes during desiccation of recalcitrant Avicennia marina seeds

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    3. Walters, C; Pammenter, NW; Berjak, P; Crane, J
      Desiccation damage, accelerated ageing and respiration in desiccation tolerant and sensitive seeds

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    4. Aziz, I; Khan, MA
      Effect of seawater on the growth, ion content and water potential of Rhizophora mucronata Lam.

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    5. Delgado, P; Hensel, PF; Jimenez, JA; Day, JW
      The importance of propagule establishment and physical factors in mangrovedistributional patterns in a Costa Rican estuary

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    6. Aziz, I; Khan, MA
      Experimental assessment of salinity tolerance of Ceriops tagal seedlings and saplings from the Indus delta, Pakistan

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    7. Hibino, T; Meng, YL; Kawamitsu, Y; Uehara, N; Matsuda, N; Tanaka, Y; Ishikawa, H; Baba, S; Takabe, T; Wada, K; Ishii, T; Takabe, T
      Molecular cloning and functional characterization of two kinds of betaine-aldehyde dehydrogenase in betaine-accumulating mangrove Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh.

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Mildenhall, DC
      Middle Holocene mangroves in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    9. Middleton, BA; McKee, KL
      Degradation of mangrove tissues and implications for peat formation in Belizean island forests

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    10. Hwang, YH; Chen, SC
      Effects of ammonium, phosphate, and salinity on growth, gas exchange characteristics, and ionic contents of seedlings of mangrove Kandelia candel (L.) Druce.

      BOTANICAL BULLETIN OF ACADEMIA SINICA
    11. Santiago, LS; Lau, TS; Melcher, PJ; Steele, OC; Goldstein, G
      Morphological and physiological responses of Hawaiian Hibiscus tiliaceus populations to light and salinity

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    12. Maguire, TL; Saenger, P; Baverstock, P; Henry, R
      Microsatellite analysis of genetic structure in the mangrove species Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh. (Avicenniaceae)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    13. Boubriak, I; Dini, M; Berjak, P; Osborne, DJ
      Desiccation and survival in the recalcitrant seeds of Avicennia marina: DNA replication, DNA repair and protein synthesis

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    14. Calistru, C; McLean, M; Pammenter, NW; Berjak, P
      The effects of mycofloral infection on the viability and ultrastructure ofwet-stored recalcitrant seeds of Avicennia marina (Forssk.) Vierh.

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    15. Takemura, T; Hanagata, N; Sugihara, K; Baba, S; Karube, I; Dubinsky, Z
      Physiological and biochemical responses to salt stress in the mangrove, Bruguiera gymnorrhiza

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    16. MacFarlane, GR; Burchett, MD
      Cellular distribution of copper, lead and zinc in the grey mangrove, Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    17. Kundu, M; Kachari, J
      Desiccation sensitivity and recalcitrant behavior of seeds of Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.

      SEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. Varghese, B; Naithani, SC
      Desiccation induced loss of vigour and viability during storage in neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) seeds

      SEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    19. Martins, CC; Nakagawa, J; Bovi, MLA
      Desiccation tolerance of four seedlots from Euterpe edulis Mart.

      SEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    20. Maguire, TL; Edwards, KJ; Saenger, P; Henry, R
      Characterisation and analysis of microsatellite loci in a mangrove species, Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh. (Avicenniaceae)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    21. Greggains, V; Finch-Savage, WE; Quick, WP; Atherton, NM
      Metabolism-induced free radical activity does not contribute significantlyto loss of viability in moist-stored recalcitrant seeds of contrasting species

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    22. Liang, YH; Sun, WQ
      Desiccation tolerance of recalcitrant Theobroma cacao embryonic axes: the optimal drying rate and its physiological basis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    23. Laursen, WJ; King, RJ
      The distribution and abundance of mangrove macroalgae in Woolooware Bay, New South Wales, Australia

      BOTANICA MARINA
    24. Clarke, PJ; Kerrigan, RA
      Do forest gaps influence the population structure and species composition of mangrove stands in northern Australia?

      BIOTROPICA
    25. Eusse, AM; Aide, TM
      Patterns of litter production across a salinity gradient in a Pterocarpus officinalis tropical wetland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    26. Pammenter, NW; Berjak, P
      A review of recalcitrant seed physiology in relation to desiccation-tolerance mechanisms

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    27. Holmer, M; Andersen, FO; Holmboe, N; Kristensen, E; Thongtham, N
      Transformation and exchange processes in the Bangrong mangrove forest-seagrass bed system, Thailand. Seasonal and spatial variations in benthic metabolism and sulfur biogeochemistry

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    28. Hanagata, N; Takemura, T; Karube, I; Dubinsky, Z
      Salt water relationships in mangroves

      ISRAEL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    29. Sobrado, MA; Ball, MC
      Light use in relation to carbon gain in the mangrove, Avicennia marina, under hypersaline conditions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Dodd, RS; Blasco, F; Rafii, ZA; Torquebiau, E
      Mangroves of the United Arab Emirates: ecotypic diversity in cuticular waxes at the bioclimatic extreme

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    31. Satumanatpan, S; Keough, MJ
      Effect of barnacles on the survival and growth of temperate mangrove seedlings

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    32. Cox, EF; Allen, JA
      Stand structure and productivity of the introduced Rhizophora mangle in Hawaii

      ESTUARIES
    33. Suprayogi, B; Murray, F
      A field experiment of the physical and chemical effects of two oils on mangroves

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    34. MacFarlane, GR; Burchett, MD
      Zinc distribution and excretion in the leaves of the grey mangrove, Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    35. Moorthy, P; Kathiresan, K
      Photosynthetic efficiency in rhizophoracean mangroves with reference to compartmentalization of photosynthetic pigments

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    36. May, JD
      Spatial variation in litter production by the mangrove Avicennia marina var. australasica in Rangaunu Harbour, Northland, New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    37. Kaldy, JE; Dunton, KH
      Ontogenetic photosynthetic changes, dispersal and survival of Thalassia testudinum (turtle grass) seedlings in a sub-tropical lagoon

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    38. Elster, C; Perdomo, L; Schnetter, ML
      Impact of ecological factors on the regeneration of mangroves in the Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombia

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    39. Smith, SM; Lee, DW
      Effects of light quantity and quality on early seedling development in thered mangrove, Rhizophora mangle L.

      BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE
    40. Ashraf, M
      Interactive effect of salt (NaCl) and nitrogen form on growth, water relations and photosynthetic capacity of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    41. YOUSSEF T; SAENGER P
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC GAS-EXCHANGE AND WATER-USE IN TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICALPOPULATIONS OF THE MANGROVE AEGICERAS-CORNICULATUM

      Marine and freshwater research
    42. FARNSWORTH EJ
      ISSUES OF SPATIAL, TAXONOMIC AND TEMPORAL SCALE IN DELINEATING LINKS BETWEEN MANGROVE DIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION

      Global ecology and biogeography letters
    43. DUKE NC; BALL MC; ELLISON JC
      FACTORS INFLUENCING BIODIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONAL GRADIENTS IN MANGROVES

      Global ecology and biogeography letters
    44. BALL MC
      MANGROVE SPECIES RICHNESS IN RELATION TO SALINITY AND WATERLOGGING - A CASE-STUDY ALONG THE ADELAIDE RIVER FLOODPLAIN, NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

      Global ecology and biogeography letters
    45. KRISTENSEN E; JENSEN MH; BANTA GT; HANSEN K; HOLMER M; KING GM
      TRANSFORMATION AND TRANSPORT OF INORGANIC NITROGEN IN SEDIMENTS OF A SOUTHEAST-ASIAN MANGROVE FOREST

      Aquatic microbial ecology
    46. ROSSA B; TUFFERS AV; NAIDOO G; VONWILLERT DJ
      ARUNDO DONAX L. (POACEAE) - A C-3 SPECIES WITH UNUSUALLY HIGH PHOTOSYNTHETIC CAPACITY

      Botanica acta
    47. Coleman, PSJ
      Changes in a mangrove/samphire community, North Arm Creek, South Australia

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
    48. ATHITHAN S; RAMADHAS V
      VARIATIONS IN MAJOR NUTRIENTS CONTENT OF MANGROVE LEAVES DURING DECOMPOSITION IN SEWAGE POLLUTED WATER

      Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
    49. Athithan, S; Ramadhas, V
      Changes in the caloricity and protein content of mangrove leaves during decomposition in freshwater condition

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCES
    50. NAIDOO G; NAIDOO Y
      SALT TOLERANCE IN SPOROBOLUS-VIRGINICUS - THE IMPORTANCE OF ION RELATIONS AND SALT SECRETION

      Flora
    51. SAINTILAN N
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HEIGHT AND GIRTH OF MANGROVES AND SOIL-WATER CONDITIONS IN THE MARY AND HAWKESBURY RIVER ESTUARIES, EASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of ecology
    52. PANAPITUKKUL N; DUARTE CM; THAMPANYA U; KHEOWVONGSRI P; SRICHAI N; GEERTZHANSEN O; TERRADOS J; BOROMTHANARATH S
      MANGROVE COLONIZATION - MANGROVE PROGRESSION OVER THE GROWING PAK-PHANANG (SE THAILAND) MUD FLAT

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science (Print)
    53. ALI BH; BASHIR AK
      TOXICOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE LEAVES OF AVICENNIA-MARINA (MANGROVE) INRATS

      Journal of applied toxicology
    54. Hegazy, AK
      Perspectives on survival, phenology, litter fall and decomposition, and caloric content of Avicennia marina in the Arabian Gulf region

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    55. Farrant, JM; Walters, C
      Ultrastructural and biophysical changes in developing embryos of Aesculus hippocastanum in relation to the acquisition of tolerance to drying

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    56. TAM NFY; WONG YS; LAN CY; WANG LN
      LITTER PRODUCTION AND DECOMPOSITION IN A SUBTROPICAL MANGROVE SWAMP RECEIVING WASTE-WATER

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    57. CHEN RG; TWILLEY RR
      A GAP DYNAMIC-MODEL OF MANGROVE FOREST DEVELOPMENT ALONG GRADIENTS OFSOIL-SALINITY AND NUTRIENT RESOURCES

      Journal of Ecology
    58. SAINTILAN N
      ABOVE-GROUND AND BELOW-GROUND BIOMASSES OF 2 SPECIES OF MANGROVE ON THE HAWKESBURY RIVER ESTUARY, NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Marine and freshwater research
    59. FARRANT JM; PAMMENTER NW; BERJAK P; WALTERS C
      SUBCELLULAR ORGANIZATION AND METABOLIC-ACTIVITY DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEEDS THAT ATTAIN DIFFERENT LEVELS OF DESICCATION TOLERANCE

      Seed science research
    60. MOTETE N; PAMMENTER NW; BERJAK P; FREDERIC JC
      RESPONSE OF THE RECALCITRANT SEEDS OF AVICENNIA-MARINA TO HYDRATED STORAGE - EVENTS OCCURRING AT THE ROOT PRIMORDIA

      Seed science research
    61. FUKUSHIMA Y; SASAMOTO H; BABA S; ASHIHARA H
      THE EFFECT OF SALT STRESS ON THE CATABOLISM OF SUGARS IN LEAVES AND ROOTS OF A MANGROVE PLANT, AVICENNIA-MARINA

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    62. MIMURA T; MIMURA M; WASHITANINEMOTO S; SAKANO K; SHIMMEN T; SIRIPATANADILOK S
      EFFICIENT CALLUS INITIATION FROM LEAF OF MANGROVE PLANT, BRUGUIERA-SEXANGULA IN AMINO-ACID MEDIUM - EFFECT OF NACL ON CALLUS INITIATION

      Journal of plant research
    63. MIMURA T; MIMURA M; WASHITANINEMOTO S; SIRIPATANADILOK S
      NACL-DEPENDENT GROWTH, ION CONTENT AND REGENERATION OF CALLUSES INITIATED FROM THE MANGROVE PLANT, BRUGUIERA-SEXANGULA

      Journal of plant research
    64. BALL MC; COCHRANE MJ; RAWSON HM
      GROWTH AND WATER-USE OF THE MANGROVES RHIZOPHORA-APICULATA AND RHIZOPHORA-STYLOSA IN RESPONSE TO SALINITY AND HUMIDITY UNDER AMBIENT AND ELEVATED CONCENTRATIONS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2

      Plant, cell and environment
    65. MCGUINNESS KA
      DISPERSAL, ESTABLISHMENT AND SURVIVAL OF CERIOPS TAGAL PROPAGULES IN A NORTH AUSTRALIAN MANGROVE FOREST

      Oecologia
    66. NAIDOO G; ROGALLA H; VONWILLERT DJ
      GAS-EXCHANGE RESPONSES OF A MANGROVE SPECIES, AVICENNIA-MARINA, TO WATERLOGGED AND DRAINED CONDITIONS

      Hydrobiologia
    67. GONZALEZ J; FISHER RF
      EFFECT OF DESICCATION, TEMPERATURE, AND MOISTURE-CONTENT ON SEED STORAGE OF 3 TROPICAL TREE SPECIES

      Forest science
    68. KOCH MS
      RHIZOPHORA MANGLE L. SEEDLING DEVELOPMENT INTO THE SAPLING STAGE ACROSS RESOURCE AND STRESS GRADIENTS IN SUBTROPICAL FLORIDA

      Biotropica
    69. FARNSWORTH EJ; ELLISON AM
      GLOBAL PATTERNS OF PRE-DISPERSAL PROPAGULE PREDATION IN MANGROVE FORESTS

      Biotropica
    70. CONACHER CA; OBRIEN C; HORROCKS JL; KENYON RK
      LITTER PRODUCTION AND ACCUMULATION IN STRESSED MANGROVE COMMUNITIES IN THE EMBLEY RIVER ESTUARY, NORTH-EASTERN GULF-OF-CARPENTARIA, AUSTRALIA

      Marine and freshwater research
    71. FARRANT JM; PAMMENTER NW; BERJAK P; FARNSWORTH EJ; VERTUCCI CW
      PRESENCE OF DEHYDRIN-LIKE PROTEINS AND LEVELS OF ABSCISIC-ACID IN RECALCITRANT (DESICCATION SENSITIVE) SEEDS MAY BE RELATED TO HABITAT

      Seed science research
    72. SKELTON NJ; ALLAWAY WG
      OXYGEN AND PRESSURE CHANGES MEASURED IN-SITU DURING FLOODING IN ROOTSOF THE GREY MANGROVE AVICENNIA-MARINA (FORSSK) VIERH

      Aquatic botany
    73. CURRAN M; JAMES P; ALLAWAY WG
      THE MEASUREMENT OF GAS SPACES IN THE ROOTS OF AQUATIC PLANTS - ARCHIMEDES REVISITED

      Aquatic botany
    74. YOUNG BM; HARVEY LE
      A SPATIAL-ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MANGROVE (AVICENNIA-MARINA VAR AUSTRALASICA) PHYSIOGNOMY AND SEDIMENT ACCRETION IN THE HAURAKI-PLAINS, NEW-ZEALAND

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    75. ELMQVIST T; COX PA
      THE EVOLUTION OF VIVIPARY IN FLOWERING PLANTS

      Oikos
    76. FARNSWORTH EJ; ELLISON AM; GONG WK
      ELEVATED CO2 ALTERS ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, GROWTH, AND REPRODUCTION OF RED MANGROVE (RHIZOPHORA-MANGLE L)

      Oecologia
    77. SKILLETER GA
      VALIDATION OF RAPID ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE IN URBAN MANGROVE FORESTS AND RELATIONSHIPS WITH MOLLUSCAN ASSEMBLAGES

      Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
    78. ALONGI DM
      THE DYNAMICS OF BENTHIC NUTRIENT POOLS AND FLUXES IN TROPICAL MANGROVE FORESTS

      Journal of marine research
    79. ELLISON AM; FARNSWORTH EJ
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY IN GROWTH OF RHIZOPHORA MANGLE SAPLINGS ON CORAL CAYS - LINKS WITH VARIATION IN INSOLATION, HERBIVORY, ANDLOCAL SEDIMENTATION-RATE

      Journal of Ecology
    80. MACKEY AP; SMAIL G
      THE DECOMPOSITION OF MANGROVE LITTER IN A SUBTROPICAL MANGROVE FOREST

      Hydrobiologia
    81. CHIU CY; LEE SC; JUANG HT; HUR MT; HWANG YH
      NITROGEN NUTRITIONAL-STATUS AND FATE OF APPLIED N IN MANGROVE SOILS

      Zhongyang yanjiuyuan. zhiwuxue huikan
    82. MACKEY AP; SMAIL G
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN LITTER FALL OF AVICENNIA-MARINA (FORSSK) VIERH IN THE BRISBANE-RIVER, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

      Aquatic botany
    83. KOLCHEVSKII KG; KOCHARYAN NI; KOROLEVA OY
      EFFECT OF SALINITY ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS AND ION ACCUMULATION IN C-3 AND C-4 PLANTS OF ARARAT PLAIN

      Photosynthetica
    84. BALL MC; PIDSLEY SM
      GROWTH-RESPONSES TO SALINITY IN RELATION TO DISTRIBUTION OF 2 MANGROVE SPECIES, SONNERATIA-ALBA AND S-LANCEOLATA, IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

      Functional ecology
    85. MORRIS JT
      THE MASS-BALANCE OF SALT AND WATER IN INTERTIDAL SEDIMENTS - RESULTS FROM NORTH-INLET, SOUTH-CAROLINA

      Estuaries
    86. LEUNING R
      A CRITICAL-APPRAISAL OF A COMBINED STOMATAL-PHOTOSYNTHESIS MODEL FOR C-3 PLANTS

      Plant, cell and environment
    87. PEZESHKI SR; DELAUNE RD; CHOI HS
      GAS-EXCHANGE AND GROWTH OF BALD CYPRESS SEEDLINGS FROM SELECTED US GULF-COAST POPULATIONS - RESPONSES TO ELEVATED SALINITIES

      Canadian journal of forest research
    88. MCKEE KL
      SEEDLING RECRUITMENT PATTERNS IN A BELIZEAN MANGROVE FOREST - EFFECTSOF ESTABLISHMENT ABILITY AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL FACTORS

      Oecologia
    89. SKELTON NJ; ALLAWAY WG
      THERMO-OSMOTIC GAS-SUPPLY NOT DETECTED IN AVICENNIA-MARINA SEEDLINGS

      Hydrobiologia
    90. ASHFORD AE; ALLAWAY WG
      THERE IS A CONTINUUM OF GAS SPACE IN YOUNG PLANTS OF AVICENNIA-MARINA

      Hydrobiologia
    91. NAIDOO G; VONWILLERT DJ
      DIURNAL GAS-EXCHANGE CHARACTERISTICS AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY OF 3 SALT-SECRETING MANGROVES AT LOW AND HIGH SALINITIES

      Hydrobiologia
    92. HOVENDEN MJ; CURRAN M; COLE MA; GOULTER PFE; SKELTON NJ; ALLAWAY WG
      VENTILATION AND RESPIRATION IN ROOTS OF ONE-YEAR-OLD SEEDLINGS OF GREY MANGROVE AVICENNIA-MARINA (FORSK) VIERH

      Hydrobiologia
    93. FIELD CD
      IMPACT OF EXPECTED CLIMATE-CHANGE ON MANGROVES

      Hydrobiologia
    94. CLARKE PJ
      THE POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF THE MANGROVE AVICENNIA-MARINA - DEMOGRAPHIC SYNTHESIS AND PREDICTIVE MODELING

      Hydrobiologia
    95. DUKE NC
      GENETIC DIVERSITY, DISTRIBUTIONAL BARRIERS AND RAFTING CONTINENTS - MORE THOUGHTS ON THE EVOLUTION OF MANGROVES

      Hydrobiologia
    96. FOUDA MM; ALMUHARRAMI M
      AN INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF MANGROVE RESOURCES AND HUMAN ACTIVITIES AT MAHOUT-ISLAND, ARABIAN SEA, OMAN

      Hydrobiologia
    97. HWANG YH; CHEN SC
      ANATOMICAL RESPONSES IN KANDELIA-CANDEL (L) DRUCE SEEDLINGS GROWING IN THE PRESENCE OF DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF NACL

      Zhongyang yanjiuyuan. zhiwuxue huikan
    98. CHIU CY; HSIU FS; CHEN SS; CHOU CH
      REDUCED TOXICITY OF CU AND ZN TO MANGROVE SEEDLINGS (KANDELIA-CANDEL (L) DRUCE) IN SALINE ENVIRONMENTS

      Zhongyang yanjiuyuan. zhiwuxue huikan
    99. HWANG YH; CHEN SC
      SALT TOLERANCE IN SEEDLINGS OF THE MANGROVE KANDELIA-CANDEL (L) DRUCE, RHIZOPHORACEAE

      Zhongyang yanjiuyuan. zhiwuxue huikan
    100. ANDERSON C; LEE SY
      DEFOLIATION OF THE MANGROVE AVICENNIA-MARINA IN HONG-KONG - CAUSE ANDCONSEQUENCES

      Biotropica


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