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Wells, G. and Dixon, K. W. (1997). Rapid propagation of spinifex. Australian Horticulture 94: 59-60.
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Touchell, D.H., Richardson, M. and Dixon, K.W. (eds) (1997). Germplasm Conservation Guidelines for Australia. Australian Network for Plant Conservation: Canberra. 40 pp.
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Touchell, D.H. and Dixon, K.W. (eds) (1997). Conservation into the 21st Century. 4th International Botanic Gardens Conservation Congress. Kings Park & Botanic Garden: West Perth, Western Australia. 356 pp.
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Sieler, I.M , Rossetto, M. and Dixon, K.W. (1997). Micropropagation of Caustis dioica (Chinese Puzzle). In Y.P.S. Bajaj (ed.) Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry. pp. 220-231. Springer Verlag, Bangalore.
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Rossetto, M., Lucrotti, F., Hopper, S.D. and Dixon, K.W. (1997). DNA fingerprinting of Eucalyptus graniticola: a critically endangered relict species or a rare hybrid? Heredity 75: 310-318.
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Rossetto, M. and Dixon, K.W. (1997). Are rare plant translocations beneficial to conservation? In P. Hale and D. Lamb (eds) Conservation Outside Nature Reserves. 442-445. Centre for Conservation Biology: University of Queensland.
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Roche S., Koch, J.M. and Dixon, K.W. (1997). Smoke Enhanced Seed Germination for Mine Rehabilitation in the Southwest of Western Australia. Restoration Ecology 5: 191-203.
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Roche, S., Dixon, K.W. and Pate, J.S. (1997). Seed Ageing and Smoke: Partner Cues in the Amelioration of Seed Dormancy in Selected Australian Native Species. Australian Journal of Botany 45: 783-815.
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Meney, K.A., Dixon, K.W. and Pate, J.S. (1997). Reproductive Potential of Obligate Seeder and Resprouter Herbaceous Perennial Monocots (Restionaceae, Anarthriaceae, Ecdeiocoleaceae) from south-western Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 45: 771-782.
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Hutton, B.J., Sivasithamparam, K., Dixon, K.W. and Pate, J.S. (1997). Effect of habitat disturbance on inoculum potential of ericoid endophytes of Western Australian heaths (Epacridaceae). New Phytologist 135: 739-744.
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Dixon, K.W. (1997). Gardening to conservation - the emerging role of botanic gardens in recovery of endangered species. In D.H. Touchell and K.W. Dixon (eds) Conservation into the 21st Century. 4th International Botanic Gardens Conservation Congress. pp. 169-174. Kings Park & Botanic Garden: West Perth, Western Australia.
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Brown, E.M., Burbidge, A.H., Dell, J., Edinger, D., Hopper, S.D. and Wills, R.T. (1997). Pollination in Western Australia: a database of animals visiting flowers. Handbook No. 15. WA Naturalist’s Club, Perth.