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Publications: Strawbridge, Melanie

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Journal Article

Strawbridge, M., Bell, R.W.ORCID: 0000-0002-7756-3755, McComb, J.A. and Barrett-Lennard, E.G. (1997) Influence of sex ratio and sexual lability on seed production in the dioecious perennial shrub Atriplex amnicola (Chenopodiaceae). Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 37 (6). pp. 661-666.

Strawbridge, M. and Barrett-Lennard, E.G. (1993) Growing saltbush seedlings and cuttings. Farmnote (7/93).

Conference Paper

Strawbridge, M., Bell, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-7756-3755, McComb, J. and Barrett-Lennard, E.G. (1996) Maximising production of Atriplex seed. In: 4th National Conference on Productive Use and Rehabilitation of Saline Lands, 25 - 30 March 1996, Albany, Western Australia

van der Moezel, P.G., Bell, D.T., Bennett, I.J., Strawbridge, M. and McComb, J.A. (1990) Development of salt tolerant clonal trees in Australia. In: Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society IPPS Volume 40 pp. 73-78.

Conference Item

Strawbridge, M., Bell, R.W.ORCID: 0000-0002-7756-3755, McComb, J.A. and Barrett-Lennard, E.G. (1996) Factors affecting seed production in saltbush (Atriplex amnicola). In: Proceedings of the 4th Australian National Workshop on Rehabilitation and Productive Use of Saline Land, 25 - 29 MArch, Albany, Western Australia.


Strawbridge, Melanie (1995) Factors affecting fruit filling in the dioecious saltbush Atriplex amnicola Paul G. Wilson. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.


Barrett-Lennard, E.G. and Strawbridge, M. (19) Production of high quality seed from Atriplex spp. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation

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