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Long, R. L., Steadman, K. J., Panetta, F. D., Bekker, R. M., Probert, R. and Adkins, S. W. (2006). Can a lab test predict field persistence of weed seeds?. In: C. Preston, J.H. Watts and N.D. Crossman, 15th Australian Weed Conference: Papers & Proceedings. Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate, Adelaide Convention Centre, SA, (171-171). 24-28 September, 2006. 365  
Navie, S., Panetta, F. D., McFadyen, R. E. and Adkins, S. W. (2004) Germinable soil seedbanks of central Queensland rangelands invaded by the exotic weed Parthenium hysterophorus L.. Weed Biology and Management, 4 3: 154-167. doi:10.1111/j.1445-6664.2004.00132.x 49   Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0
Regan, T. J., McCarthy, M. A., Baxter, P. W. J., Panetta, F. D. and Possingham, H. P. (2006) Optimal eradication: when to stop looking for an invasive plant. Ecology Letters, 9 7: 759-766. doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2006.00920.x 79   83 Cited 89 times in Scopus89 1
Long, R. L., Steadman, K.J., Panetta, F. D. and Adkins, S. W. (2005). Predicting seed persistence in soil: Towards rapid and reliable assessment. In: S.W. Adkins, International Workshop on Seeds - Germinating New Ideas. 8th International Workshop on Seeds - Germinating New Ideas, Sheraton Hotel, Brisbane, Qld., (114-114). 8-13 May 2005. 51  
Long, Rowena L., Steadman, Kathryn J., Panetta, F. Dane and Adkins, Steve W. (2006). Predicting weed seed persistence in the soil: Hydration cycles enhance seed longevity. In: C. Preston, J.H. Watts and N.D. Crossman, 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Papers and Proceedings. Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate, Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia, (184-187). 24-28 September 2006. 67  
Navie, S. C., McFadyen, R. E., Panetta, F. D. and Adkins, S. W. (2005) The effect of CO2 enrichment of the growth of a C3 weed (Parthenium hysterophorus L.) and its competitive interaction with a C4 grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.). Plant Protection Quarterly, 20 2: 61-66. 146