Philip K Groom
Philip K Groom
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The worldwide leaf economics spectrum
IJ Wright, PB Reich, M Westoby, DD Ackerly, Z Baruch, F Bongers, ...
Nature 428 (6985), 821, 2004
Modulation of leaf economic traits and trait relationships by climate
IJ Wright, PB Reich, JHC Cornelissen, DS Falster, PK Groom, K Hikosaka, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 14 (5), 411-421, 2005
High leaf mass per area of related species assemblages may reflect low rainfall and carbon isotope discrimination rather than low phosphorus and nitrogen concentrations
BB Lamont, PK Groom, RM Cowling
Functional Ecology 16 (3), 403-412, 2002
Leaf trait relationships in Australian plant species
IJ Wright, PK Groom, BB Lamont, P Poot, LD Prior, PB Reich, ED Schulze, ...
Functional plant biology 31 (5), 551-558, 2004
R Wright, A Wilson, B Wilson, E Compton, C Sheleheda, M Wright
Transformando os Deuses II: igrejas evangélicas, pentecostais e …, 1996
Xerophytic implications of increased sclerophylly: interactions with water and light in Hakea psilorrhyncha seedlings
PK Groom, BB Lamont
The New Phytologist 136 (2), 231-237, 1997
Rooting depth and plant water relations explain species distribution patterns within a sandplain landscape
PK Groom
Functional Plant Biology 31 (5), 423-428, 2004
Seed and seedling biology of the woody-fruited Proteaceae
PK Groom, BB Lamont
Australian Journal of botany 46 (4), 387-406, 1998
Phosphorus accumulation in Proteaceae seeds: a synthesis
PK Groom, BB Lamont
Plant and Soil 334 (1-2), 61-72, 2010
Which common indices of sclerophylly best reflect differences in leaf structure?
PK Groom, BB Lamont
Ecoscience 6 (3), 471-474, 1999
IJ Wright, PB Reich, M Westoby, DD Ackerly, Z Baruch, F Bongers, ...
Oleksyn J., Osada N., Poorter H., Poot P., Prior L., Pyankov VI, Roumet C …, 2004
Long-term changes in vigour and distribution of Banksia and Melaleuca overstorey species on the Swan Coastal Plain
P Groom, R Froend, E Mattiske, R Gurner
Groundwater-dependent ecosystems and the dangers of groundwater overdraft: a review and an Australian perspective
JC Nevill, PJ Hancock, BR Murray, WF Ponder, WF Humphreys, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 16 (3), 187-208, 2010
Influence of leaf type and plant age on leaf structure and sclerophylly in Hakea (Proteaceae)
PK Groom, BB Lamont, AS Markey
Australian Journal of Botany 45 (5), 827-838, 1997
Fruit‐seed relations in Hakea: serotinous species invest more dry matter in predispersal seed protection
Australian Journal of Ecology 22 (3), 352-355, 1997
Heat damage in sclerophylls is influenced by their leaf properties and plant environment
PK Groom, BB Lamont, S Leighton, P Leighton, C Burrows
Ecoscience 11 (1), 94-101, 2004
Green cotyledons of two Hakea species control seedling mass and morphology by supplying mineral nutrients rather than organic compounds
BB Lamont, PK Groom
New Phytologist 153 (1), 101-110, 2002
Plant life of southwestern Australia: adaptations for survival
PK Groom, B Lamont
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2015
Myrtaceous shrub species respond to long-term decreasing groundwater levels on the Gnangara Groundwater Mound, northern Swan Coastal Plain
P Groom, R Froend, E Mattiske, B Koch
Contrasting Morphology and Ecophysiology of Cooccurring Broad and Terete Leaves in Hakea trifurcata (Proteaceae)
PK Groom, BB Lamont, L Kupsky
Australian Journal of Botany 42 (3), 307-320, 1994
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