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Plant traits linked to field-scale flammability metrics in prescribed burns in Eucalyptus forest

. Tumino, Thomas J. Duff, Jason Q. D. Goodger, Jane G. Cawson. 14 / 18 Supervision: Thomas J. Duff, Jane G. Cawson. Writing ? original draft: Bianca J. Tumino. Writing ? review & editing: Bianca J ... . Tumino, Thomas J. Duff, Jason Q. D. Goodger, Jane G. Cawson. 15 / 18 16 / 18 17 / 18 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. Allen SE

Correction: Foliar Essential Oil Glands of Eucalyptus Subgenus Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae) Are a Rich Source of Flavonoids and Related Non-Volatile Constituents

Jason Q. D. Goodger Samiddhi L. Senaratne Dean Nicolle Ian E. Woodrow Citation: Goodger JQD, Senaratne SL, Nicolle D, The second author's last name is spelled incorrectly. The correct name is: Samiddhi L

Foliar Essential Oil Glands of Eucalyptus Subgenus Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae) Are a Rich Source of Flavonoids and Related Non-Volatile Constituents

The sub-dermal secretory cavities (glands) embedded within the leaves of Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae) were once thought to be the exclusive repositories of monoterpene and sesquiterpene oils. Recent research has debunked this theory and shown that abundant non-volatile compounds also occur within foliar glands. In particular, glands of four species in subgenus Eucalyptus contain the...

Localization of Oleuropeyl Glucose Esters and a Flavanone to Secretory Cavities of Myrtaceae

We report the widespread occurrence of structurally diverse oleuropeyl glucose esters, including the new diester eucaglobulin B, localized specifically to the essential oil secretory cavities of myrtaceous species. Clear taxonomic patterns in the composition of cavity extracts within the genus Eucalyptus are shown with species from subgenus Symphyomyrtus dominated by oleuropeyl...

Sulphate as a xylem-borne chemical signal precedes the expression of ABA biosynthetic genes in maize roots

Recent reports suggest that early sensing of soil water stress by plant roots and the concomitant reduction in stomatal conductance may not be mediated by root-sourced abscisic acid (ABA), but that other xylem-borne chemicals may be the primary stress signal(s). To gain more insight into the role of root-sourced ABA, the timing and location of the expression of genes for key...

Relationships between xylem sap constituents and leaf conductance of well-watered and water-stressed maize across three xylem sap sampling techniques

Many different techniques have been used for xylem sap collection, but few direct comparisons of techniques have been conducted and few comparisons have been based on comprehensive analyses of xylem sap. Moreover, the suitability of extraction techniques for use on plants grown under water-stress conditions has not been addressed. Xylem sap was extracted from both well-watered...