Kathryn J Steadman
Kathryn J Steadman
School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland
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Minerals, phytic acid, tannin and rutin in buckwheat seed milling fractions
KJ Steadman, MS Burgoon, BA Lewis, SE Edwardson, RL Obendorf
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 81 (11), 1094-1100, 2001
Buckwheat seed milling fractions: description, macronutrient composition and dietary fibre
KJ Steadman, MS Burgoon, BA Lewis, SE Edwardson, RL Obendorf
Journal of Cereal Science 33 (3), 271-278, 2001
Fagopyritols, D-chiro-inositol, and other soluble carbohydrates in buckwheat seed milling fractions
KJ Steadman, MS Burgoon, RL Schuster, BA Lewis, SE Edwardson, ...
Journal of agricultural and Food Chemistry 48 (7), 2843-2847, 2000
Ecological fitness of a multiple herbicide‐resistant Lolium rigidum population: dynamics of seed germination and seedling emergence of resistant and susceptible …
MM Vila‐Aiub, P Neve, KJ Steadman, SB Powles
Journal of Applied Ecology 42 (2), 288-298, 2005
Tissue-specific soluble sugars in seeds as indicators of storage category
KJ Steadman, HW Pritchard, PM Dey
Annals of Botany 77 (6), 667-674, 1996
Maturation temperature and rainfall influence seed dormancy characteristics of annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum)
KJ Steadman, AJ Ellery, R Chapman, A Moore, NC Turner
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55 (10), 1047-1057, 2004
Dormancy release in Lolium rigidum seeds is a function of thermal after-ripening time and seed water content
KJ Steadman, AD Crawford, RS Gallagher
Functional Plant Biology 30 (3), 345-352, 2003
The changing window of conditions that promotes germination of two fire ephemerals, Actinotus leucocephalus (Apiaceae) and Tersonia cyathiflora (Gyrostemonaceae)
KS Baker, KJ Steadman, JA Plummer, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon
Annals of botany 96 (7), 1225-1236, 2005
Dormancy release during hydrated storage in Lolium rigidum seeds is dependent on temperature, light quality, and hydration status
KJ Steadman
Journal of Experimental Botany 55 (398), 929-937, 2004
Seed persistence in the field may be predicted by laboratory-controlled aging
RL Long, FD Panetta, KJ Steadman, R Probert, RM Bekker, S Brooks, ...
Weed Science 56 (4), 523-528, 2008
Kinetics of dormancy release and the high temperature germination response in Aesculus hippocastanum seeds
HW Pritchard, KJ Steadman, JV Nash, C Jones
Journal of Experimental Botany 50 (338), 1507-1514, 1999
Soil warming increases plant species richness but decreases germination from the alpine soil seed bank
GL Hoyle, SE Venn, KJ Steadman, RB Good, EJ McAuliffe, ER Williams, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (5), 1549-1561, 2013
Seed dormancy and germination responses of nine Australian fire ephemerals
KS Baker, KJ Steadman, JA Plummer, KW Dixon
Plant and Soil 277 (1), 345-358, 2005
Dormancy release in Australian fire ephemeral seeds during burial increases germination response to smoke water or heat
KS Baker, KJ Steadman, JA Plummer, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon
Seed Science Research 15 (4), 339, 2005
Field assessment of thermal after‐ripening time for dormancy release prediction in Lolium rigidum seeds
KJ Steadman, GP Bignell, AJ Ellery
Weed Research 43 (6), 458-465, 2003
Germination of Aesculus hippocastanum seeds following cold‐induced dormancy loss can be described in relation to a temperature‐dependent reduction in base temperature (Tb) and …
KJ Steadman, HW Pritchard
New Phytologist 161 (2), 415-425, 2004
Native and β-cyclodextrin-enclosed curcumin: entrapment within liposomes and their in vitro cytotoxicity in lung and colon cancer
S Rahman, S Cao, KJ Steadman, M Wei, HS Parekh
Drug delivery 19 (7), 346-353, 2012
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
Evaluation of antibacterial activity of Australian basidiomycetous macrofungi using a high-throughput 96-well plate assay
N Bala, EAB Aitken, N Fechner, A Cusack, KJ Steadman
Pharmaceutical biology 49 (5), 492-500, 2011
A comparative study of seed viability in Inga species: desiccation tolerance in relation to the physical characteristics and chemical composition of the embryo.
HW Pritchard, AJ Haye, WJ Wright, KJ Steadman
Seed Science and Technology 23 (1), 85-100, 1995
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