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Nigel Swarts
Nigel Swarts
Research Fellow, University of Tasmania. Adjunct Senior Lecturer, University of Western Australia
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Terrestrial orchid conservation in the age of extinction
ND Swarts, KW Dixon
Annals of botany 104 (3), 543-556, 2009
8642009
Ecological specialization in mycorrhizal symbiosis leads to rarity in an endangered orchid
ND Swarts, EA Sinclair, A Francis, KW Dixon
Molecular Ecology 19 (15), 3226-3242, 2010
1942010
Perspectives on orchid conservation in botanic gardens
ND Swarts, KW Dixon
Trends in Plant Science 14 (11), 590-598, 2009
1582009
Orchid re-introductions: an evaluation of success and ecological considerations using key comparative studies from Australia
N Reiter, J Whitfield, G Pollard, W Bedggood, M Argall, K Dixon, B Davis, ...
Plant Ecology 217 (1), 81-95, 2016
1342016
Ex situ conservation and cryopreservation of orchid germplasm
DJ Merritt, FR Hay, ND Swarts, KD Sommerville, KW Dixon
International Journal of Plant Sciences 175 (1), 46-58, 2014
922014
Variation in nutrient-acquisition patterns by mycorrhizal fungi of rare and common orchids explains diversification in a global biodiversity hotspot
S Nurfadilah, ND Swarts, KW Dixon, H Lambers, DJ Merritt
Annals of Botany 111 (6), 1233-1241, 2013
892013
Conservation methods for terrestrial orchids
N Swarts, KW Dixon
University Of Tasmania, 2017
802017
Leaf manganese concentrations as a tool to assess belowground plant functioning in phosphorus-impoverished environments
H Lambers, IJ Wright, C Guilherme Pereira, PJ Bellingham, LP Bentley, ...
Plant and soil 461, 43-61, 2021
712021
Mycorrhizal preference promotes habitat invasion by a native Australian orchid: Microtis media
JR De Long, ND Swarts, KW Dixon, LM Egerton-Warburton
Annals of botany 111 (3), 409-418, 2013
672013
Genetic diversity in fragmented populations of the critically endangered spider orchid Caladenia huegelii: implications for conservation
ND Swarts, EA Sinclair, SL Krauss, KW Dixon
Conservation genetics 10, 1199-1208, 2009
592009
Plant mineral nutrition
H Lambers, MW Shane, E Laliberté, ND Swarts, FP Teste, G Zemunik
Plant life on the sandplains in Southwest Australia, a global biodiversity …, 2014
502014
Propagation and reintroduction of Caladenia
M Wright, R Cross, K Dixon, T Huynh, A Lawrie, L Nesbitt, A Pritchard, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 57 (4), 373-387, 2009
462009
Pollinator rarity as a threat to a plant with a specialized pollination system
RD Phillips, R Peakall, BA Retter, K Montgomery, MHM Menz, BJ Davis, ...
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 179 (3), 511-525, 2015
442015
Drip irrigation wetting patterns and nitrate distribution: Comparison between electrical resistivity (ERI), dye tracer, and 2D soil–water modelling approaches
M Hardie, J Ridges, N Swarts, D Close
Irrigation science 36, 97-110, 2018
342018
Integrated conservation of the rare and endangered terrestrial orchid Caladenia huegelii HG Reichb
N Swarts
University of Western Australia, 2007
342007
Apple variety and maturity profiling of base ciders using UV spectroscopy
L Girschik, JE Jones, FL Kerslake, M Robertson, RG Dambergs, ...
Food chemistry 228, 323-329, 2017
292017
A comparison of laboratory analysis methods for total phenolic content of cider
ML Way, JE Jones, DS Nichols, RG Dambergs, ND Swarts
Beverages 6 (3), 55, 2020
262020
Defining conservation units in a complex of morphologically similar, sexually deceptive, highly endangered orchids
ND Swarts, MA Clements, CC Bower, JT Miller
Biological Conservation 174, 55-64, 2014
242014
Does integrated conservation of terrestrial orchids work?
ND SWARTS, AL BATTY, S Hopper, KW DIXON
Lankesteriana International Journal on Orchidology 7 (1-2), 219-222, 2007
242007
Specific mycorrhizal associations involving the same fungal taxa in common and threatened Caladenia (Orchidaceae): implications for conservation
N Reiter, RD Phillips, ND Swarts, M Wright, G Holmes, FC Sussmilch, ...
Annals of Botany 126 (5), 943-955, 2020
212020
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