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2011Back from the brink: Gladiolus halophila (Iridaceae: Crocoideae), a remarkable new species from southern Namibia escapes imminent extinction.Manning, J C; Mannheimer, C; Goldblatt, P
2006Homoisoflavanones and spirocyclic nortriterpenoids from three Eucomis species: E. comosa, E. schijffii and E. pallidiflora subsp. pole-evansii (Hyacinthaceae).Koorbanally, C.; Crouch (SANBI), N.R.; Langlois, A.; Du Toit, K.; Mulholland, D.A.; Drewes, S.E.
20063-Benzyl-4-chromanones (homoisoflavanones) from bulbs of the ethnomedicinal geophyte Ledebouria revoluta (Hyacinthaceae).Moodley, N.; Crouch (SANBI), N.R.; Mulholland, D.A.; Slade, D.; Ferreira, D.
2005Review: Adaptations and responses of woody plants to environmental stress, edited by Rajeev Arora. Food Products Press (Haworth Press), New York, 2004.Midgley, G F
2004Differential impact of temperature stress on leaf physiology in broad and narrow leafed savanna trees under natural conditions.Kgope, B S
2006Benzo[c]phenanthridine alkaloids from stem bark of the Forest Knobwood, Zanthoxylum davyi (Rutaceae).Tarus, P.K.; Coombes, P.H.; Crouch (SANBI), N.R.; Mulholland, D.A.
2012Asphodelus fistulosus (Asphodelaceae, Asphodeloideae), a new naturalized alien species from the West Coast of South Africa.Boatwright, J S
2012A review of chromosome cytology in Hyacinthaceae subfamilies Urgineoideae and Hyacinthoideae (tribes Hyacintheae, Massonieae, Pseudoprospereae) in sub-Saharan Africa.Goldblatt, P.; Manning (SANBI), John C.; Forest, F.
2012Nanobubon hypogaeum (Apiaceae), a new contractile-rooted species from the Western Cape Province of South Africa.Magee, A R
2012Pelargonium saxatile (Geraniaceae: Section Hoarea), a new species from the south-western Cape, South Africa, and a key to the species of the P. dipetalum group.Manning (SANBI), John C.; Goldblatt, P.