Science publications 2014

This is a list of the publications by research staff, students and Honorary Associates of Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne for 2014. For details of individual staff members and their projects see the staff pages.

Refereed journal articles

Berch, S. and Bonito, G. (2014). Cultivation of Tuber melanosporum and T. aestivum (Tuberaceae) in British Columbia, Canada. Mycorrhiza 10.1007/s00572-014-0562

Birch, J.L., Cantrill, D.J., Walsh, N.G. and Murphy, D.J. (2014). Phylogenetic investigation and divergence dating of Poa (Poaceae tribe Poeae) in the Australasian Region. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 175, 523–552. DOI: 10.1111/boj.12185.

Bonito, G., Reynolds, H., Hodkinson, B., Nelson, J., Tuskan, G., Robeson, M., Schadt, C. and Vilgalys, R. (2014). Plant host and soil origin influence fungal and bacterial assemblages in the rhizosphere of woody plants. Molecular Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/mec.12821

Droege, G., Barker, K., Astrin, J.J., Bartels, P., Butler, C., Cantrill D.J., Coddington, J., Forest, F., Gemeinholzer, B., Hobern, D., Mackenzie-Dodds, J., Tuama, E.O., Petersen, G., Sanjur, O., Schindel, D. and Seberg, O. (2014). The Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN) data portal. Nucleic Acids Research 42 (D1), D607–D612. doi:10.1093/nar/gkt928

Gallagher, C.L. and Moraes, P. de (2014). Hidden treasures: Brazilian plants collected by Prince Maximilian zu Wied in the National Herbarium of Victoria (MEL)(PDF - 737.84 kB). Muelleria 32, 58–71.

Holmes, G.D., Downing, T.L., James, E.A., Blacket, M.J., Hoffmann, A.A. and Bayly, M.J. (2014). Phylogeny of the holly grevilleas (Proteaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast DNA. Australian Systematic Botany 27, 56–77. DOI: 10.1071/SB13045

Maroske, S. (2014). ‘A taste for botanic science’: Ferdinand Mueller’s female collectors and the history of Australian botany (PDF - 1.09 MB). Muelleria 32, 72–91.

Maroske, S. and Vaughan, A. (2014). Ferdinand Mueller’s female plant collectors: a biographical register (PDF - 2.31 MB). Muelleria 32, 92–172.

Messina, A., Callahan, D.L., Walsh, N.G., Hoebee, S.E. and Green, P.T. (2014). Testing the boundaries of closely related daisy taxa using metabolomic profiling. Taxon 63, 367–376.

Messina, A., Walsh, N.G., Hoebee, S.E. and Green, P.T. (2014). A revision of Olearia section Asterotriche (Asteraceae: Asterae). Australian Systematic Botany 27, 199–240.

Nylinder, S., Lemey, P., de Bruyn, M., Suchard, M.A., Pfeil, B.E., Walsh, N. and Arneberg, A.A. (2014). On the biogeography of Centipeda: a species-tree diffusion approach. Sytematic Biology 63, 178–191.

Orihara, T., Lebel, T., Ge, Z.-G., Smith, M.E. and Maekawa, N. (2014 in press). Systematics of the sequestrate basidiomycete genus Rossbeevera and allies (Boletaceae, Boletales): a robust multi-locus phylogeny reveals a new genus and underscores the utility of minisatellite-like insertions within the ITS rDNA for molecular identification. Fungal Diversity.

Orlovich, D.A., Wang, X.Y. and Lebel, T. (2014). Cortinarius beeverorum, a new species of sequestrate Cortinarius from New Zealand. Mycological Progress

Rouf, R., Stephens, A., Spaan, L., Day, C., May, T.W., Tiralongo, E. and Tiralongo, J. (2014). G2/M cell cycle arrest by an N-acetyl-D glucosamine specific lectin from Psathyrella asperosporaGlycoconjugate Journal 31, 61–70.

Sheedy, E.M., Van de Wouw, A.P., Howlett, B.J. and May, T.W. (2014). Mitochondrial microsatellite markers for the Australian ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria sp. A (Hydnangiaceae). Applications in Plant Sciences 2(3) 1300086: 1–4.

Stefani, F.O.P., Jones, R.H. and May, T.W. (2014). Concordance of seven gene genealogies compared to phenotypic data reveals multiple cryptic species in Australian dermocyboid Cortinarius (Agaricales). Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 71, 249–260.

Tedersoo, L., Bahram, M., Põlme, S., Kõljalg, U., Yorou, N.S., Wijesundera, R., Villarreal Ruiz, L., Vasco-Palacios, A.M., Thu, P.Q., Suija, A., Smith, M.E., Sharp, C., Saluveer, E., Saitta, A., Rosas, M., Riit, T., Ratkowsky, D., Pritsch, K., Põldmaa, K., Piepenbring, M., Phosri, C., Peterson, M., Parts, K., Pärtel, K., Otsing, E., Nouhra, E., Njouonkou, A.L., Nilsson, R.H., Morgado, L.N., Mayor, J., May, T.W., Majuakim, L., Lodge, D.J., Lee, S.S., Larsson, K.-H., Kohout, P., Hosaka, K., Hiiesalu, I., Henkel, T.W., Harend, H., Guo, L.D., Greslebin, A., Grelet, G., Geml, J., Gates, G., Dunstan, W., Dunk, C., Drenkhan, R., Dearnaley, J., De Kesel, A., Dang, T., Chen, X., Buegger, F., Brearley, F.Q., Bonito, G., Anslan, S., Abell, S. and Abarenkov, K. (2014). Global diversity and geography of soil fungi. Science 346, 1078.

Thiele, K.R. and Walsh, N.G. (2014). Rorippa dictyosperma and R. cygnorum have mucous seeds. Nuytsia 24, 17–18.

Walsh, N. (2014). A revision of the Coronidium scorpioides (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) complex (PDF - 4.675 MB). Muelleria 32, 16–33.

Walsh, N. (2014). Notes on Olearia (Asteraceae: Astereae) in south-east Australia: O. tenuifolia, O. adenophora and description of a new species endemic to eastern Victoria (PDF - 1.017 MB). Muelleria 32, 34–38.

Other articles

May, T. (2014). Bringing mushrooms alive. Botanic News Autumn 2014, 12–13.

Pouliot, A., May, T., McMullan-Fisher, S., Buchanan, P., Allison, L. and Packer, J. (2014). It's time for a Global Strategy for Plant and Fungus Conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4), 22–23.

Thurlow, J.R. (2014). Review of Collecting ladies: Ferdinand von Mueller and women botanical artists (PDF - 307.12 kB). Muelleria 32, 173–174.

Electronic publications

May, T.W., Thiele, K., Dunk, C.W. and Lewis, S.H. (2014). FunKey: an Interactive Guide to the Macrofungi of Australia. Key to Agarics. Version 1. [USB.] Identic, Brisbane and ABRS, Canberra.