S ADKINS
S ADKINS
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TitleCited byYear
Climate change and the potential distribution of an invasive alien plant: Acacia nilotica ssp. indica in Australia
DJ Kriticos, RW Sutherst, JR Brown, SW Adkins, GF Maywald
Journal of applied ecology 40 (1), 111-124, 2003
3202003
The biology of Australian weeds. 27. Parthenium hysterophorus L.
SC Navie, RE McFadyen, FD Panetta, SW Adkins
Plant Protection Quarterly 11 (2), 76-88, 1996
2451996
Crop production under drought and heat stress: plant responses and management options
S Fahad, AA Bajwa, U Nazir, SA Anjum, A Farooq, A Zohaib, S Sadia, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1147, 2017
1672017
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) detection of dwarf off-types in micropropagated Cavendish (Musa spp. AAA) bananas
OP Damasco, GC Graham, RJ Henry, SW Adkins, MK Smiths, ID Godwin
Plant Cell Reports 16 (1-2), 118-123, 1996
1661996
Single-site mutations in the carboxyltransferase domain of plastid acetyl-CoA carboxylase confer resistance to grass-specific herbicides
W Liu, DK Harrison, D Chalupska, P Gornicki, CC O'Donnell, SW Adkins, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (9), 3627-3632, 2007
1382007
Seed dormancy mechanisms in warm season grass species
SW Adkins, SM Bellairs, DS Loch
Euphytica 126 (1), 13-20, 2002
1332002
Establishment of embryogenic callus and high protoplast yielding suspension cultures of sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrids)
PWJ Taylor, HL Ko, SW Adkins, C Rathus, RG Birch
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 28 (1), 69-78, 1992
1171992
Diurnal changes in radial oxygen loss and ethanol metabolism in roots of submerged and non‐submerged rice seedlings
I Waters, W Armstrong, CJ Thompson, TL Setter, S Adkins, J Gibbs, ...
New Phytologist 113 (4), 439-451, 1989
1071989
Biology, ecology and management of the invasive parthenium weed (Parthenium hysterophorus L.)
S Adkins, A Shabbir
Pest Management Science 70 (7), 1023-1029, 2014
1062014
Smoke derived from burnt vegetation stimulates germination of arable weeds
SW Adkins, NCB Peters
Seed Science Research 11 (3), 213-222, 2001
1052001
Climate change and biotic invasions: a case history of a tropical woody vine
DJ Kriticos, RW Sutherst, JR Brown, SW Adkins, GF Maywald
Biological Invasions 5 (3), 147-165, 2003
1042003
Allelopathic potential of the weed, Parthenium hysterophorus L., in Australia.
SW Adkins, MS Sowerby
Plant Protection Quarterly 11 (1), 20-23, 1996
1021996
Somaclonal Variation in Rice ̵2 Drought Tolerance and Other Agronomic Characters
SW Adkins, R Kunanuvatchaidach, ID Godwin
Australian journal of Botany 43 (2), 201-209, 1995
991995
Weeds resistant to chlorsulfuron and atrazine from the north‐east grain region of Australia
SW Adkins, D Wills, M Boersma, SR Walker, G Robinson, RJ McLeod, ...
Weed Research 37 (5), 343-349, 1997
811997
Morphological, molecular and cytological analyses of Carica papayaŚ C. cauliflora interspecific hybrids
PM Magdalita, RA Drew, SW Adkins, ID Godwin
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95 (1-2), 224-229, 1997
811997
RAPD polymorphisms among variant and phenotypically normal rice (Oryza sativa var.indica) somaclonal progenies
ID Godwin, N Sangduen, R Kunanuvatchaidach, G Piperidis, SW Adkins
Plant Cell Reports 16 (5), 320-324, 1997
801997
Behaviour of buried and surface-sown seeds of Parthenium hysterophorus.
SC Navie, FD Panetta, RE McFadyen, SW Adkins
Weed Research (Oxford) 38 (5), 335-341, 1998
761998
A comparison of initial spray characteristics produced by agricultural nozzles
GJ Dorr, AJ Hewitt, SW Adkins, J Hanan, H Zhang, B Noller
Crop Protection 53, 109-117, 2013
692013
Germinable soil seedbanks of central Queensland rangelands invaded by the exotic weed Parthenium hysterophorus L.
SC Navie, FD PANETTA, RE McFADYEN, SW Adkins
Weed Biology and Management 4 (3), 154-167, 2004
662004
Studies in wild oat seed dormancy: I. The role of ethylene in dormancy breakage and germination of wild oat seeds (Avena fatua L.)
SW Adkins, JD Ross
Plant physiology 67 (2), 358-362, 1981
661981
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