Dr. Matthew I. Daws
Dr. Matthew I. Daws
Senior Research Scientist, Alcoa of Australia Ltd.
Verified email at alcoa.com.au
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Ecological correlates of ex situ seed longevity: a comparative study on 195 species
RJ Probert, MI Daws, FR Hay
Annals of botany 104 (1), 57-69, 2009
Topographic position affects the water regime in a semideciduous tropical forest in Panama
MI Daws, CE Mullins, DFRP Burslem, SR Paton, JW Dalling
Plant and soil 238 (1), 79-89, 2002
The relationship between seed mass and mean time to germination for 1037 tree species across five tropical forests
N Norden, MI Daws, C Antoine, MA Gonzalez, NC Garwood, J Chave
Functional Ecology 23 (1), 203-210, 2009
Traits of recalcitrant seeds in a semi‐deciduous tropical forest in Panama: some ecological implications
MI Daws, NC Garwood, HW Pritchard
Functional Ecology 19 (5), 874-885, 2005
Ecological correlates of seed desiccation tolerance in tropical African dryland trees
HW Pritchard, MI Daws, BJ Fletcher, CS Gaméné, HP Msanga, W Omondi
American Journal of Botany 91 (6), 863-870, 2004
Prediction of desiccation sensitivity in seeds of woody species: a probabilistic model based on two seed traits and 104 species
MI Daws, NC Garwood, HW Pritchard
Annals of Botany 97 (4), 667-674, 2006
Differences in seed germination responses may promote coexistence of four sympatric Piper species
MI Daws, DFRP Burslem, LM Crabtree, P Kirkman, CE Mullins, JW Dalling
Functional Ecology 16 (2), 258-267, 2002
Butenolide from plant-derived smoke enhances germination and seedling growth of arable weed species
MI Daws, J Davies, HW Pritchard, NAC Brown, J Van Staden
Plant Growth Regulation 51 (1), 73-82, 2007
Impact of red: far red ratios on germination of temperate forest herbs in relation to shade tolerance, seed mass and persistence in the soil
M Jankowska‐Blaszczuk, MI Daws
Functional Ecology 21 (6), 1055-1062, 2007
Developmental heat sum influences recalcitrant seed traits in Aesculus hippocastanum across Europe
MI Daws, E Lydall, P Chmielarz, O Leprince, S Matthews, CA Thanos, ...
New Phytologist 162 (1), 157-166, 2004
Smoke-derived butenolide: towards understanding its biological effects
ME Light, MI Daws, J Van Staden
South African Journal of Botany 75 (1), 1-7, 2009
Germination responses to water potential in neotropical pioneers suggest large-seeded species take more risks
MI Daws, LM Crabtree, JW Dalling, CE Mullins, DFRP Burslem
Annals of Botany 102 (6), 945-951, 2008
Patterns in the seed germination response to smoke in plants from the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa
NAC Brown, J Van Staden, MI Daws, T Johnson
South African Journal of Botany 69 (4), 514-525, 2003
Variable desiccation tolerance in Acer pseudoplatanus seeds in relation to developmental conditions: a case of phenotypic recalcitrance?
MI Daws, H Cleland, P Chmielarz, F Gorian, O Leprince, CE Mullins, ...
Functional Plant Biology 33 (1), 59-66, 2006
Physical dormancy in seeds: a game of hide and seek?
TR Paulsen, L Colville, I Kranner, MI Daws, G Högstedt, V Vandvik, ...
New phytologist 198 (2), 496-503, 2013
The role of botanic gardens in the science and practice of ecological restoration
KA Hardwick, P Fiedler, LC Lee, B Pavlik, RJ Hobbs, J Aronson, ...
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 265-275, 2011
Seed‐based approach for identifying flora at risk from climate warming
A Cochrane, MI Daws, FR Hay
Austral Ecology 36 (8), 923-935, 2011
Effects of topographic position, leaf litter and seed size on seedling demography in a semi-deciduous tropical forest in Panama
MI Daws, TRH Pearson, DFRP Burslem, CE Mullins, JW Dalling
Plant Ecology 179 (1), 93-105, 2005
Pre- and Post-harvest Influences on Seed Dormancy Status of an Australian Goodeniaceae species, Goodenia fascicularis
GL Hoyle, KJ Steadman, MI Daws, SW Adkins
Annals of Botany 102 (1), 93-101, 2008
Prescribed burning of northern heathlands: Calluna vulgaris germination cues and seed-bank dynamics
IE Måren, Z Janovský, JP Spindelböck, MI Daws, PE Kaland, V Vandvik
Plant Ecology 207 (2), 245-256, 2010
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