Lydia Guja
Lydia Guja
Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research and Australian National Botanic Gardens
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A research agenda for seed‐trait functional ecology
A Saatkamp, A Cochrane, L Commander, LK Guja, B Jimenez‐Alfaro, ...
New phytologist 221 (4), 1764-1775, 2019
Maximizing seed resources for restoration in an uncertain future
LM Broadhurst, TA Jones, FS Smith, TOM North, L Guja
BioScience 66 (1), 73-79, 2016
AusTraits, a curated plant trait database for the Australian flora
D Falster, R Gallagher, EH Wenk, IJ Wright, D Indiarto, SC Andrew, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 254, 2021
Implications of the 2019–2020 megafires for the biogeography and conservation of Australian vegetation
RC Godfree, N Knerr, F Encinas-Viso, D Albrecht, D Bush, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1023, 2021
The seed germination spectrum of alpine plants: a global meta‐analysis
E Fernández‐Pascual, A Carta, A Mondoni, LA Cavieres, S Rosbakh, ...
New phytologist 229 (6), 3573-3586, 2021
Seeding the future–the issues of supply and demand in restoration in Australia
L Broadhurst, M Driver, L Guja, T North, B Vanzella, G Fifield, S Bruce, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (1), 29-32, 2015
Buoyancy, salt tolerance and germination of coastal seeds: implications for oceanic hydrochorous dispersal
LK Guja, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon
Functional Plant Biology 37 (12), 1175-1186, 2010
Guidelines for using movement science to inform biodiversity policy
PS Barton, PE Lentini, E Alacs, S Bau, YM Buckley, EL Burns, DA Driscoll, ...
Environmental management 56, 791-801, 2015
Polyploidy affects the seed, dormancy and seedling characteristics of a perennial grass, conferring an advantage in stressful climates
AV Stevens, AB Nicotra, RC Godfree, LK Guja
Plant Biology 22 (3), 500-513, 2020
Temperature variability drives within-species variation in germination strategy and establishment characteristics of an alpine herb
A Satyanti, LK Guja, AB Nicotra
Oecologia 189 (2), 407-419, 2019
Full spectrum X-ray mapping reveals differential localization of salt in germinating seeds of differing salt tolerance
L Guja, R Wuhrer, K Moran, KW Dixon, G Wardell-Johnson, DJ Merritt
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 173 (1), 129-142, 2013
Evidence for direct effects of fire‐cues on germination of some perennial forbs common in grassy ecosystems
JA Hodges, JN Price, DG Nimmo, LK Guja
Austral Ecology 44 (7), 1271-1284, 2019
Seed mass and elevation explain variation in seed longevity of Australian alpine species
A Satyanti, AB Nicotra, T Merkling, LK Guja
Seed Science Research 28 (4), 319-331, 2018
Multivariate drivers of diversity in temperate Australian native grasslands
JN Price, MK Good, NL Schultz, LK Guja, JW Morgan
Australian Journal of Botany 67 (5), 367-380, 2019
Seed dormancy and germination of three grassy woodland forbs required for diverse restoration
GS Vening, LK Guja, PG Spooner, JN Price
Australian Journal of Botany 65 (8), 625-637, 2017
Smoke and heat accelerate and increase germination in fire‐prone temperate grassy ecosystems
JA Hodges, JN Price, AB Nicotra, T Neeman, LK Guja
Ecosphere 12 (12), e03851, 2021
AusTraits, a curated plant trait database for the Australian flora, Sci. Data, 8, 254
D Falster, R Gallagher, EH Wenk, IJ Wright, D Indiarto, SC Andrew, ...
Genetic diversity is a significant but not the only consideration for effective ex situ plant conservation: response to Hoban and Schlarbaum
LK Guja, LM Broadhurst, AHD Brown, D Bush, A Cochrane, DJ Merritt, ...
Biological Conservation 184, 467-468, 2015
Conservation implications of widespread polyploidy and apomixis: a case study in the genus Pomaderris (Rhamnaceae)
SH Chen, LK Guja, AN Schmidt-Lebuhn
Conservation genetics 20, 917-926, 2019
DNA ploidy variation and distribution in the Lepidosperma costale complex (Cyperaceae): implications for conservation and restoration in a biodiversity hotspot
MJ Wallace, LK Guja, MA Jouault, KA Fuller, RL Barrett, SL Krauss, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 65 (2), 120-127, 2017
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