Linda Broadhurst
Linda Broadhurst
CSIRO/CANBR
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TitleCited byYear
Seed supply for broadscale restoration: maximizing evolutionary potential
LM Broadhurst, A Lowe, DJ Coates, SA Cunningham, M McDonald, ...
Evolutionary Applications 1 (4), 587-597, 2008
4222008
To close the yield-gap while saving biodiversity will require multiple locally relevant strategies
SA Cunningham, SJ Attwood, KS Bawa, TG Benton, LM Broadhurst, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 173, 20-27, 2013
1082013
Genetic characterization of root-nodule bacteria associated with Acacia salicina and A. stenophylla (Mimosaceae) across south-eastern Australia
MS Hoque, LM Broadhurst, PH Thrall
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 61 (2 …, 2011
952011
Assessing limitations on population growth in two critically endangered Acacia taxa
CJ Yates, LM Broadhurst
Biological Conservation 108 (1), 13-26, 2002
752002
Geographic patterns of symbiont abundance and adaptation in native Australian Acacia–rhizobia interactions
PH Thrall, JF Slattery, LM Broadhurst, S Bickford
Journal of Ecology 95 (5), 1110-1122, 2007
632007
Microbial phylotype composition and diversity predicts plant productivity and plant–soil feedbacks
JD Bever, LM Broadhurst, PH Thrall
Ecology Letters 16 (2), 167-174, 2013
562013
Native forests and climate change: lessons from eucalypts
TH Booth, LM Broadhurst, E Pinkard, SM Prober, SK Dillon, D Bush, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 347, 18-29, 2015
542015
Regional genetic differentiation in Western Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) as revealed by nuclear RFLP analysis
M Byrne, B MacDonald, L Broadhurst, J Brand
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107 (7), 1208-1214, 2003
532003
Symbiotic effectiveness of rhizobial mutualists varies in interactions with native Australian legume genera
PH Thrall, AL Laine, LM Broadhurst, DJ Bagnall, J Brockwell
PLoS One 6 (8), e23545, 2011
492011
Maximizing seed resources for restoration in an uncertain future
LM Broadhurst, TA Jones, FS Smith, T North, L Guja
Bioscience 66 (1), 73-79, 2015
472015
The influence of sampling strategies and spatial variation on the detected soil bacterial communities under three different land-use types
CA Osborne, AB Zwart, LM Broadhurst, AG Young, AE Richardson
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 78 (1), 70-79, 2011
472011
Seeing the wood and the trees—predicting the future for fragmented plant populations in Australian landscapes
L Broadhurst, A Young
Australian Journal of Botany 55 (3), 250-260, 2007
392007
Genetic diversity within and divergence between rare and geographically widespread taxa of the Acacia acuminata Benth. (Mimosaceae) complex
L Broadhurst, D Coates
Heredity 88 (4), 250, 2002
382002
The role of food retailers in improving resilience in global food supply
S Macfadyen, JM Tylianakis, DK Letourneau, TG Benton, P Tittonell, ...
Global Food Security 7, 1-8, 2015
372015
The economic cost of managing invasive species in Australia
BD Hoffmann, LM Broadhurst
NeoBiota 31, 1, 2016
362016
Geographic adaptation in plant–soil mutualisms: tests using Acacia spp. and rhizobial bacteria
LG Barrett, LM Broadhurst, PH Thrall
Functional Ecology 26 (2), 457-468, 2012
352012
Reproductive constraints for the long-term persistence of fragmented Acacia dealbata (Mimosaceae) populations in southeast Australia
LM Broadhurst, AG Young
Biological Conservation 133 (4), 512-526, 2006
342006
Non-additive effects of pollen limitation and self-incompatibility reduce plant reproductive success and population viability
AG Young, LM Broadhurst, PH Thrall
Annals of botany 109 (3), 643-653, 2011
332011
Seeding the future–the issues of supply and demand in restoration in Australia
L Broadhurst, M Driver, L Guja, T North, B Vanzella, G Fifield, S Bruce, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (1), 29-32, 2015
322015
Diversity and salt tolerance of native Acacia rhizobia isolated from saline and non‐saline soils
PH Thrall, LM Broadhurst, MS Hoque, DJ Bagnall
Austral ecology 34 (8), 950-963, 2009
302009
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