Mark Ooi
TitleCited byYear
Climate change and bet‐hedging: interactions between increased soil temperatures and seed bank persistence
MKJ Ooi, TD Auld, AJ Denham
Global Change Biology 15 (10), 2375-2386, 2009
1042009
Seed bank persistence and climate change
MKJ Ooi
Seed Science Research 22 (S1), S53-S60, 2012
762012
Persistence of obligate-seeding species at the population scale: effects of fire intensity, fire patchiness and long fire-free intervals
MKJ Ooi, RJ Whelan, TD Auld
International Journal of Wildland Fire 15 (2), 261-269, 2006
702006
Temperature thresholds of physically dormant seeds and plant functional response to fire: variation among species and relative impact of climate change
MKJ Ooi, AJ Denham, VM Santana, TD Auld
Ecology and evolution 4 (5), 656-671, 2014
602014
Sensitivity analyses of decision rules in World Conservation Union (IUCN) Red List criteria using Australian plants
DA Keith, TD Auld, MKJ Ooi, BDE Mackenzie
Biological Conservation 94 (3), 311-319, 2000
532000
Comparison of the cut and tetrazolium tests for assessing seed viability: a study using Australian native Leucopogon species
M Ooi, T Auld, R Whelan
Ecological Management & Restoration 5 (2), 141-143, 2004
522004
Projected soil temperature increase and seed dormancy response along an altitudinal gradient: implications for seed bank persistence under climate change
MKJ Ooi, TD Auld, AJ Denham
Plant and Soil 353 (1-2), 289-303, 2012
492012
Dormancy and the Fire-centric Focus: Germination of Three Leucopogon Species (Ericaceae) from South-eastern Australia
M KJ OOI, TD Auld, RJ Whelan
Annals of Botany 98 (2), 421-430, 2006
492006
To germinate or not to germinate: more than just a question of dormancy
K Thompson, MKJ Ooi
Seed Science Research 20 (4), 209-211, 2010
472010
Niche models tell half the story: spatial context and life‐history traits influence species responses to global change
RM Swab, HM Regan, DA Keith, TJ Regan, MKJ Ooi
Journal of Biogeography 39 (7), 1266-1277, 2012
452012
Delayed post-fire seedling emergence linked to season: a case study with Leucopogon species (Epacridaceae)
MKJ Ooi, TD Auld, RJ Whelan
Plant Ecology 174 (1), 183-196, 2004
412004
Disruption of recruitment in two endemic palms on Lord Howe Island by invasive rats
TD Auld, I Hutton, MKJ Ooi, AJ Denham
Biological Invasions 12 (9), 3351-3361, 2010
362010
Dormancy classification and potential dormancy-breaking cues for shrub species from fire-prone south-eastern Australia
MKJ Ooi
Seeds: biology, development and ecology’.(Eds SW Adkins, SE Ashmore, SC …, 2007
342007
Effects of soil temperature regimes after fire on seed dormancy and germination in six Australian Fabaceae species
VM Santana, RA Bradstock, MKJ Ooi, AJ Denham, TD Auld, MJ Baeza
Australian Journal of Botany 58 (7), 539-545, 2010
332010
Physical dormancy in a changing climate
AR Hudson, DJ Ayre, MKJ Ooi
Seed Science Research 25 (2), 66-81, 2015
302015
Distinguishing between persistence and dormancy in soil seed banks of three shrub species from fire-prone southeastern Australia
MKJ Ooi, TD Auld, RJ Whelan
Journal of Vegetation Science 18 (3), 405-412, 2007
282007
Delayed emergence and post-fire recruitment success: effects of seasonal germination, fire season and dormancy type
MKJ Ooi
Australian Journal of Botany 58 (4), 248-256, 2010
222010
Intra-population level variation in thresholds for physical dormancy-breaking temperature
GS Liyanage, MKJ Ooi
Annals of Botany 116 (1), 123-131, 2015
192015
Germination and dormancy breaking: two different things
K Thompson, MKJ Ooi
Seed Science Research 23 (1), 1-1, 2013
152013
The effect of seasonal ambient temperatures on fire-stimulated germination of species with physiological dormancy: a case study using Boronia (Rutaceae)
BDE Mackenzie, TD Auld, DA Keith, FKC Hui, MKJ Ooi
PloS one 11 (5), e0156142, 2016
142016
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