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A review of recalcitrant seed physiology in relation to desiccation-tolerance mechanisms
NW Pammenter, P Berjak
Seed science research 9 (1), 13-37, 1999
5761999
A mathematical and statistical analysis of the curves illustrating vulnerability of xylem to cavitation
NW Pammenter, C Van der Willigen
Tree physiology 18 (8-9), 589-593, 1998
4661998
From Avicennia to Zizania: Seed Recalcitrance in Perspective
P Berjak, NW Pammenter
Annals of botany 101 (2), 213-228, 2008
4052008
Recalcitrance: a current assessment
JM FARRANT, NW PAMMENTER, P BERJAK
Seed science and technology 16 (1), 155-166, 1988
2951988
Seed development in relation to desiccation tolerance: a comparison between desiccation-sensitive (recalcitrant) seeds of Avicennia marina and desiccation-tolerant types
JM Farrant, NW Pammenter, P Berjak
Seed Science Research 3 (1), 1-13, 1993
1881993
Homeohydrous (Recalcitrant) Seeds: Dehydration, the State of Water and Viability Characteristics in Landolphia kirkii
NW Pammenter, CW Vertucci, P Berjak
Plant Physiology 96 (4), 1093-1098, 1991
1881991
Effects of differential drying rates on viability retention of recalcitrant seeds of Ekebergia capensis
NW Pammenter, V Greggains, JI Kioko, J Wesley-Smith, P Berjak, ...
Seed science research 8 (4), 463-471, 1998
1851998
The basis of recalcitrant seed behaviour
P Berjak, JM Farrant, NW Pammenter
Recent advances in the development and germination of seeds, 89-108, 1989
1841989
Desiccation damage, accelerated ageing and respiration in desiccation tolerant and sensitive seeds
C Walters, NW Pammenter, P Berjak, J Crane
Seed Science Research 11 (2), 135-148, 2001
1822001
Desiccation stress and damage
C Walters, JM Farrant, NW Pammenter, P Berjak
Desiccation and survival in plants: drying without dying. New York: CABI …, 2002
1742002
Preservation of recalcitrant seeds
C Walters, P Berjak, N Pammenter, K Kennedy, P Raven
Science 339 (6122), 915-916, 2013
1732013
Recalcitrant (homoiohydrous) seeds: the enigma of their desiccation-sensitivity
P Berjak, JM Farrant, DJ Mycock, NW Pammenter
Seed Science and Technology 18 (2), 297-310, 1990
1721990
Cryopreservation of desiccation-sensitive axes of Camellia sinensis in relation to dehydration, freezing rate and the thermal properties of tissue water
J Wesley-Smith, CW Vertucci, P Berjak, NW Pammenter, J Crane
Journal of Plant Physiology 140 (5), 596-604, 1992
1641992
Homoiohydrous (recalcitrant) seeds: developmental status, desiccation sensitivity and the state of water in axes of Landolphia kirkii Dyer
P Berjak, NW Pammenter, C Vertucci
Planta 186 (2), 249-261, 1992
1611992
Effects of developmental status and dehydration rate on characteristics of water and desiccation-sensitivity in recalcitrant seeds of Camellia sinensis
P Berjak, CW Vertucci, NW Pammenter
Seed Science Research 3 (3), 155-166, 1993
1501993
Implications of the lack of desiccation tolerance in recalcitrant seeds
P Berjak, NW Pammenter
Frontiers in plant science 4, 478, 2013
1442013
Germination-associated events and the desiccation sensitivity of recalcitrant seeds—a study on three unrelated species
JM Farrant, NW Pammenter, P Berjak
Planta 178 (2), 189-198, 1989
1351989
Possible mechanisms underlying the differing dehydration responses in recalcitrant and orthodox seeds: desiccation-associated subcellular changes in propagules of Avicennia marina
P Berjak, M Dini, NW Pammenter
Seed Science and Technology 12 (2), 365-384, 1984
1351984
Why do stored hydrated recalcitrant seeds die?
NW Pammenter, P Berjak, JM Farrant, MT Smith, G Ross
Seed Science Research 4 (2), 187-191, 1994
1261994
Relationship between growth and xylem hydraulic characteristics of clones of Eucalyptus spp. at contrasting sites
C Van der Willigen, NW Pammenter
Tree Physiology 18 (8-9), 595-600, 1998
1231998
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