Recent Submissions

  • The exploitation of soil organic phosphate by grassland plants 

    Carroll, Nyree-Dawn (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2002)
    This study was concerned with the availability of soil organic phosphate (Po) to plants. To address this issue semi-natural Irish grassland soils and plants were used. Greenhouse experiments were carried out in which soil ...
  • Taxonomy and systematics of Dendrocalamus (Bambuseae; Poaceae) 

    Sungkaew, Sarawood (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2008)
    This thesis is concerned with the taxonomy and systematics of Dendrncalamus (Bambuseae; Poaceae). It aimed to assess phylogenetic relationships in the subfamily Bambusoideae and to focus on one highly economically, ...
  • Syzygium jambos(L.)Alston(Myrtaceae) control, conservation and restoration of the threatened native flora of Pitcairn Island, South Central Pacific 

    Smyth, Noeleen (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2008)
    To fully fulfil the many aspirations of plant conservation, a quantitative, practical and economic approach to the problems in hand must be taken. Modem conservation biology involves recovering lost habitat and thwarting ...
  • Fluxes of carbon and water in Cyperus papyrus L. tropical wetlands 

    Saunders, Matthew (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2006)
    Carbon dioxide (CO2 ), water vapour (H2O) and energy fluxes play important roles in the functioning of vegetative ecosystems and also influence the climate of our planet at both the regional and global scale through important ...
  • Systematics of Eriocaulaceae in Thailand 

    Prajaksood, Amornrat (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2006)
    This thesis aimed to provide a complete account of the family Eriocaulaceae for Thailand, to resolve the identity of unknown Thai taxa in the family and to investigate the relationship between Thai species using morphological, ...

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