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1-Jan-1997Seasonal and diurnal patterns of carbon assimilation, stomatal conductance and leaf water potential in Eucalyptus tetrodonta saplings in a wet-dry savanna in northern australiaPrior, LD; Eamus, D; Duff, GA
1-Jan-1997The water relations of Allosyncarpia ternata (Myrtaceae) at contrasting sites in the monsoonal tropics of Northern AustraliaFordyce, IR; Duff, GA; Eamus, D
1-Feb-2000Episodic seedling growth in Allosyncarpia ternata, a lignotuberous, monsoon rainforest tree in northern AustraliaFordyce, IR; Eamus, D; Duff, GA
1-Jan-1997Leaf phenology of woody species in a North Australian tropical savannaWilliams, RJ; Myers, BA; Muller, WJ; Duff, GA; Eamus, D
1-Jan-1997Seasonal variation in water relations of trees of differing leaf phenology in a wet-dry tropical savanna near darwin, Northern AustraliaMyers, BA; Duff, GA; Eamus, D; Fordyce, IR; O'Grady, A; Williams, RJ
1-Jan-1997Seasonal trends in carbon assimilation, stomatal conductance, pre-dawn leaf water potential and growth in Terminalia ferdinandiana, a deciduous tree of northern Australian savannasPrior, LD; Eamus, D; Duff, GA
1-Jan-1993The influence of CO<inf>2</inf> enrichment on growth, nutrient content and biomass allocation of Maranthes corymbosaBerryman, CA; Eamus, D; Duff, GA
1-Jan-1995The ecophysiology of Allosyncarpia ternata (Myrtaceae) in Northern Australia:Tree physiognomy, leaf characteristics and assimilation at contrasting sitesFordyce, IR; Duff, GA; Eamus, D
1-Jan-1995Photosynthetic responses to temperature, light flux-density, CO<inf>2</inf> concentration and vapour pressure deficit in Eucalyptus tetrodonta grown under CO<inf>2</inf> enrichmentEamus, D; Duff, GA; Berryman, CA
1-Jan-1997Seasonal patterns in soil moisture, vapour pressure deficit, tree canopy cover and pre-dawn water potential in a Northern Australian savannaDuff, GA; Myers, BA; Williams, RJ; Eamus, D; O'Grady, A; Fordyce, IR
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