The pollination biology and reproductive ecology of selected plants in South Australian saltmarshes, with a focus on the impact of the introduced plant genus Limonium

Author: Melissa Schlein

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Schlein, Melissa, 2016 The pollination biology and reproductive ecology of selected plants in South Australian saltmarshes, with a focus on the impact of the introduced plant genus Limonium, Flinders University, School of Biological Sciences

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Abstract

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Keywords: saltmarsh, ecology, pollination, South Australia, Limonium, Frankenia, Samolus, pollen limitation, density, reproductive biology,
Subject: Biological Sciences thesis

Thesis type: Doctor of Philosophy
Completed: 2016
School: School of Biological Sciences
Supervisor: Molly Whalen