Science publications 2010

This is a list of the publications by research staff, students and Honorary Associates of Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne for 2010. For details of individual staff members and their projects see the staff pages.

Refereed journal articles

Beattie, K.D., Raouf, R., Gander, L., May, T.W., Ratkowsky, D., Donner, C.D., Gill, M., Grice, I.D. and Tiralongo, E. (2010). Antibacterial metabolites from Australian macrofungi from the genus Cortinarius. Phytochemistry 71, 948–955.

Birch, J.L. (2010). Book Review: The Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names. Systematic Botany 35, 918.

Brown, G.K., Clowes, C., Murphy, D.J. and Ladiges, P.Y. (2010). Phylogenetic analysis based on nuclear DNA and morphology defines a clade of eastern Australian species of Acacia s.s. (section Juliflorae): the 'Acacia longifolia group'. Australian Systematic Botany 23, 162–172.

Danks, M., Lebel, T. and Vernes, K. (2010). 'Cort short on a mountaintop' – Eight new species of sequestrate Cortinarius from sub-alpine Australia and affinities to sections within the genus. Persoonia 24, 106–126.

Hawksworth, D.L., Cooper, J.A., Crous, P.W., Hyde, K.D., Iturriaga, T., Kirk, P.M., Lumbsch, H.T., May, T.W., Minter, D.W., Misra, J.K., Norvell, L., Redhead, S.A., Rossman, A.Y., Seifert, K.A., Stalpers, J.A., Taylor, J.W. and Wingfield, M.J. (2010). Proposals to make the pre-publication deposit of key nomenclatural information in a recognized repository a requirement for valid publication of organisms treated as fungi under the Code. Taxon 59, 660–662.

James, E.A., Brown, G.K., Citroen, R., Rossetto, M. and Porter, C. (2010). Development of microsatellite loci in Triglochin procera (Juncaginaceae), a polyploid wetland plant. Conservation Genetics Resources. doi: 10.1007/s12686-010-9301-7

Linder, H.P., Baeza, M., Barker, N.P., Galley, C., Humphreys, A.M., Lloyd, K.M., Orlovich, D.A., Pirie, M.D., Simon, B.K., Walsh, N. and Verboom, A. (2010) A generic classification of the Danthonioideae (Poaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 97(3), 306–364.

McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M., Kirkpatrick, J.B., May, T.W. and Pharo, E.J. (2010). Surrogates for macrofungal and mosses in reservation planning. Conservation Biology 24, 730–736.

May, T.W., Sinnott, N. and Sinnott, A. (2010). The truffle-like Protubera canescens is an early developmental stage of the Cage Fungus Ileodictyon. Victorian Naturalist 127, 49–54.

Milne, J. and Jolley, H. (2010). The importance of herbarium records in documenting the occurrence and changing distribution of the adventive moss species Pseudoscleropodium purum in Victoria. Victorian Naturalist 127, 146–150.

Murphy, D.J., Brown, G.K., Miller, J.T. and Ladiges, P.Y. (2010). Molecular phylogeny of Acacia s.s. (Mimosoideae: Leguminosae) – evidence for major clades and informal classification. Taxon 59, 7–19.

Newbound, M., McCarthy, M. and Lebel, T. (2010). Phenology of epigeous macrofungi found in red gum woodlands. Fungal Biology 114 (2–3), 171–178.

Newbound, M., McCarthy, M. and Lebel, T. (2010). Fungi and the urban environment: a review. Landscape and Urban Planning 96, 138–145.

Parnell, J.A.N., Womersley, H.B.S., Sinkora, D., Vaughan, A. and Huisman, J.M. (2010). W.H. Harvey's Australian Travelling Sets of algae in the herbarium of the Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the National Herbarium of Victoria (MEL), Australia. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 110B, 119–161. 

Pouliot, A.M. and May, T.W. (2010). The third ‘F’ – fungi in Australian biodiversity conservation: actions, issues and initiatives. Mycologica Balcanica 7, 41–48.

Rivera, A., Pankey, M., Plachetzki, D., Villacorta, C., Syme, A.E., Serb, J., Omilian, A. and Oakley, T. (2010). Gene duplication and the origins of morphological complexity in pancrustacean eyes, a genomic approach. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10,123.

Schuiteman, A. and Adams, P.B. (2010). A broad look at Dendrobium. Orchadian 16, 447–459.

Stajsic, V. (2010). Grevillea victoriae F.Muell. subsp. brindabella, a new subspecies from the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales. Muelleria 28, 18–28.

Tedersoo, L., May, T.W. and Smith, M.E. (2010). Ectomycorrhizal lifestyle in fungi: patterns of evolution and distribution. Mycorrhiza 20, 217–263.

Thompson, I.R. (2010). A new species of Leptostigma (Coprosminae: Rubiaceae) and notes on the Coprosminae in Australia. Muelleria 28, 29–39.

Thompson, I.R. (2010). A revision of Plagiocarpus (Brongniartieae: Fabaceae). Muelleria 28, 40–52.

Thompson, I.R. (2010). A revision of the leafless species of Templetonia (Brongniartieae: Fabaceae). Muelleria 28, 53–65.

Thompson, I.R. (2010). A revision of Cristonia (Brongniartieae: Fabaceae). Muelleria 28, 66–73. 

Wright, M., Cross, R., Cousens, R.D., May, T.W. and McLean, C.B. (2010). Taxonomic and functional characterisation of fungi from the Sebacina vermifera complex from common and rare orchids in the genus Caladenia. Mycorrhiza 20, 375–390.

Other articles

Catcheside, P. and May, T. (2010). Inocybe violaceocaulis in South Australia. Fungimap Newsletter 40, 5–6.

May, T. (2010). The how and why of new target species. Fungimap Bulletin 1, 1–6.

May, T. (2010). Non-target species in the Fungimap database. Fungimap Bulletin 1, 6–7.

May, T. (2010). Fungimap phenology recording. Fungimap Bulletin 1, 7–10.

May, T. (2010). Lichen publications and websites. Fungimap Newsletter 39, 9–10.

May, T. (2010). Articles about fungi in old Australian newspapers. Fungimap Newsletter 40, 7–9.

May, T. and Axford, S. (2010). Is this Australia’s most beautiful fungus? Fungimap Newsletter 39, 10.

May, T. and Catcheside, P. (2010). Introducing five new lichen target species. Fungimap Newsletter 39, 1, 3.

May, T., Catcheside, P., Cranfield, R. and Kantvilas, G. (2010). New lichen targets for Fungimap. Fungimap Newsletter 39, 7–9.