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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 300000 Agricultural, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences -> 300300 Horticulture :

300301 Plant Improvement (Selection, Breeding and Genetic Engineering) (49)
300302 Plant Growth and Development (95)
300303 Plant Protection (Pests, Diseases and Weeds) (74)
300304 Post Harvest Technologies (67)
300305 Oenology and Viticulture (2)
300399 Horticulture not elsewhere classified (17)

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Playsted, C. W. S., Johnston, M. E., Ramage, C. M., Edwards, D. G. and Hamilton, S. E. (2005). Adaptations of Caustis blakei to low phosphorus conditions and its susceptibility to phosphorus toxicity. In: R. Drew, Acta horticulturae: International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific Region. International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific Region, Coolum, Australia, (433-437). 1-3 September, 2004. 168   0
Ozanne, Trevor Douglas. (1993). An investigation of some aspects of the biology of flick weed Cardamine flexuosa from nurseries in Australia Master's Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 235 54
Bezabih, M., Abegaz, B. M., Dufall, K., Croft, K., Skinner-Adams, T and Davis, T. M. E. (2001) Antiplasmodial and antioxidant isofuranonaphthoquinones from the roots of Bulbine capitata. Planta Medica, 67 4: 340-344. doi:10.1055/s-2001-14329 76   19 Cited 25 times in Scopus25 0
O'Hare, T. J., Wong, L.S. and Irving, D. (2005). Asian and western horticultural species of the brassica family with anti-cancer potential. In: R. Drew, J. Janick, A. Biggs, K. Byung-Dong, A. Monteiro, R. Prange and M. Schenk, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific. Int. Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific, Coolum, Australia, (457-462). 1-3 September, 2004. 106  
Beasley, D., Joyce, D. C., Wearing, A. H. and Coates, L. (2005). Bees as biocontrol agent delivery vectors: a preliminary study for Geraldton Waxflower flowers. In: R. Drew, J. Janick, A. Biggs, K. Byung-Dong, A. Monteiro, R. Prange and M. Schenk, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific. Int. Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific, Coolum, Australia, (421-424). 1-3 September, 2004. 78   0
Matthew, P. L., Birch, C. J. and Saffigna, P. G. (2005). Cabbages as a nutrient sink for food processing by-products. In: R. Drew, J. Janick, A. Biggs, K. Byung-Dong, A. Monteiro, R. Prange and M. Schenk, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific. International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific, Coolum, Australia, (185-189). 1-3 September, 2004. 82   0
O'Sullivan, G. J., Galea, V. J., Gordon, J. I. and Fletcher, R. J. (1999) Conquering disease in waxflower. Ornamentals Update, 14 2: 20-22. 48  
Webber, J. and Johnston, M. E. (1999). Koala fern (Caustis blakei KuK.) - A versatile plant for cut foliage and interior and exterior plantscapes. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Wildflower Conference. New Flowers, Products and Technologies, Carlton Crest Hotel, Melbourne, (117-118). 14-17 April 1999. 217  
Harrison, D. K., Kwan, H., Johnston, M. E. and Harris, W.K. (2005). Molecular taxonomy of the Australian Swamp Orchids (Phaius spp.). In: R. Drew, Acta Horticulturae: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific Region. International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific Region, Coolum, QLD, Australia, (121-124). 1-3 September 2004. 295   0
Harrison, Dion K., Keena, Colleen and Keena, Geoff (2011) Native hibiscus to eat or not to eat?. SubTropicao Gardening, 25: 62-65. 32 2
de Lorenzo, Catherine and van der Plaat, Deborah (2004) ‘Our Australian Switzerland’: Lindt, Humboldt and the Victorian landscape. Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes, 24 2: 133-150. 118 3 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Bauer, L., Johnston, M. E. and Williams, R. R. (1999). Persoonias - potential for domestication. In: A. Slater, Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Wildflower Conference. New Flowers, Products and Technologies, Carlton Crest Hotel, Melbourne, (119-121). 14-17 April 1999. 41  
Lee, Kok Kiong (2010). Phylogenetic characterisation and breeding potential of Ptilotus nobilis complex PhD Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 45 66
Krisantini, Santi, Johnston, Margaret, Williams, Richard R. and Beveridge, Christine (2003). Propagation of Grevillea. In: Proceedings of the International Propagators Society. Australian Region IPPS 31st Annual Meeting, Coffs Harbour, Australia, (154-158). 30th May to 1st June, 2003. 1378 3415
Joyce, D. C. (2005). Queensland's Centre for Native Floriculture. In: R. Drew, J. Janick, A. Biggs, K. Byung-Dong, A. Monteiro, R. Prange and M. Schenk, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific. Int. Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific, Coolum, Australia, (47-52). 1-3 September, 2004. 61  
Faragher, John D, He, Shenggen, Irving, Donald E and Joyce, Daryl C (2006) Stem End Blockage in Cut Grevillea 'Crimson Yul-lo' Inflorescences. 515 814
Johnston, M. E., Joyce, D. C., Bhandari, B. R., Moncada, B. and Vuthapanich, S. (1999). The effect of different relative humidities and packaging treatments during storage on the outturn quality of glycerined Stenanthemum cut flowers. In: A. Slater, Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Wildflower Conference. New Flowers, Products and Technologies, Calton Crest Hotel, Melbourne, (91-94). 14-17 Apr, 1999. 71  
Blamey, F. P. C. (2001). The Role of the Root Cell Wall in Aluminum Toxicity. In N. Ae, J. Arihara, K. Okada and A. Srinivasan (Ed.), Plant Nutrient Acquisition: New Perspectives (pp. 201-226) Tokyo, Japan: Springer Verlag. 1448 676
Macnish, Andrew J., Irving, Donald E., Joyce, Daryl C., Vithanage, Vasanthe, Wearing, Alan H. and Lisle, Allan T. (2004) Variation in Ethylene-Induced Postharvest Flower Abscission Responses Among Chamelaucium Desf. (Myrtaceae) Genotypes. Scientia Horticulturae, 102 4: 415-432. doi:10.1016/j.scienta.2004.05.002 604 2061 7 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0