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Bush Medicine Poster
Parks & Wildlife Comm of the NT

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Parks & Wildlife Comm of the NT

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Recipes

         
Wild Lime Robins, Juleigh Allen & Unwin

$27.00
Go Native Wild Food Cookbook Sked, Jan Pine Rivers SGAP 1985
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Fusion, The Watermark Cookbook Kenneth Leung Harper Collins

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Tukka, Real Australian Food Bruneteau, Jean Paul Harper Collins

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Taste of Australia Ross, J Five Mile Press

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Technical

         
Acacia saligna (Labill.) H. Wendl. formerly known as A. cyanophylla Lindl. Hall, N. and Turnbull, J. W. Australian Acacias Leaflet No 4, CSIRO Division of Forest Research 1976

Self-incompatibility in the nitrogen-fixing tree, Acacia retinodes: quantitative cytology of pollen tube growth. Kenrick, J. and Knox, R. B. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 69: 481-488 1985

Acacia miscellany 6. A review of Acacia victoriae and related species (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae: section Phyllodineae). Maslin, B. R. Nuytsia 8: 285-309 1992

Lower postprandial plasma glucose and insulin after addition of Acacia coriacea flour to wheat bread. Thorburn, A. W., Brand, J. C., Cherikoff, V. and Truswell, A. S. Australian and New Zealand Medicine 17: 24-26 1987

Taxonomic studies of tropical dry-zone Acacia species facilitate their domestication. McDonald, M. W., Maslin, B. R. and Harwood, C. E. QFRI-IUFRO Conference, Tree improvement for sustainable tropical forestry. 1: 96-98 1996

Tables of Composition of Australian Aboriginal Foods Brand Miller, J, James, K & Maggiore, P Aboriginal Studies Press

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Growth rates, establishment techniques and propagation of some central Australian acacia. Kube, P. In Turnbull, J. W. (ed.), Australian Acacias in Developing Countries. ACIAR Proceedings No. 16, pp. 77-80 1987

Characteristics of the protease inhibitors of Acacia seeds. Knott, A. A. In Jones, G. P. (ed.), The Food Potential of Seeds from Australian Native Plants, pp. 121-145. Deakin University Press: Geelong 1985

Growth, coppicing and flowering of Australian tree species trials in south-east Queensland, Australia. Ryan, P. A. and Bell, R. E. In Boland, D. J. (ed.), Trees for the Tropics, pp. 49-68. ACIAR Monograph No. 10 1989

Host plants I - Melaleucas. Lethbridge, B. Acuminatum, Autumn 1999, p 4 1999

Natural Chemical Substances in Australian Plants, Reprint of a rare compilation of chemicals produced in Australian plants, drawn from comprehensive search of literature to 1954     2000 300p
The quandong moth, Paraepermia santaliella. Bailey, P. In Proceedings of the 3rd conference of the Australian Quandong Industry Association. Port Augusta. 1995

Shoot regeneration in vitro from Australian native fruit-bearing trees - quandong and plum bush. Barlass, M., Grant, W. J. R. and Skene, K. G. M. Australian Journal of Botany. 28: 405-409 1980

Acetylenic fatty acids in seeds and seedlings of sweet quandong. Bu'Lock, J.D. and Smith, G.N. Phytochemistry. 2: 289-296 1963

The nutritional composition of Australian Aboriginal bush foods. Brand, J.C., Rae, C., McDonnel, J., Lee, A., Cherikoff, V., and Truswell, A.S. Food Technology Australia. 35: 293-298 1983

Host-parasite relations of Santalum acuminatum (Quandong). Byrne, B.R. Sandalwood Research Newsletter 7: 2 1998

The physiology and biochemistry of the interaction between the root hemiparasite Santalum acuminatum (Quandong) and its host plants. Byrne, B.R. PhD thesis, School of Biological Sciences, The Flinders University of South Australia 1998

Practical implications of research on quandong host relations. Byrne, B.R. Acuminatum, Spring 1998, p 2 1998

The quandong moth. Ferguson, K. In Proceedings of the 7th conference of the Australian Quandong Industry Association. Port Augusta. 1999

Domestication of the quandong, Santalum acuminatum. Grant, W.J.R. and Buttrose, M.S. Australian Plants 9: 316-318 1978

The constitution and properties of santalbic acid. Gunstone, F.D. and Russell, W.C. Journal Chemical Society 3782-3784 1955

The nutritional potential of the quandong (Santalum acuminatum) kernel. Jones, G.P., Tucker, D.J., Rivett, D.E. and Sedgley, M. Journal Plant Foods 6: 239-246 1985

Santalbic acid from quandong kernels and oil fed to rats affects kidney and liver P450. Jones, G.P., Watson, T.G., Sinclair, A.J., Birkett, A., Dunt, N., Nair, S.S.D. and Tonkin, s.Y. Asia Pacific Journal Clinical Nutrition 8: 211-215 1999

The effect of feeding quandong (Santalum acuminatum) oil to rats on tissue lipids, hepatic ctochrome P450 and tissue histology. Jones, G.P., Birkett, A., Sanigorski, A., Sinclair, A.J., Hooper, P.T., Watson, T. and Rieger, V. Food and Chemical Toxicology 32: 521-525 1994

The composition of Acacia cyanophylla gum. Charlson, A. J., Nunn, J. R. and Stephen, A. M. Journal Chemical Society 269-273 University of Cape Town 1955

Identification and quantitative analysis of methyl benzoate in quandong (Santalum acuminatum) kernels. Loveys, B.R., Sedgley, M. and Simpson, R.F. Food Technology Australia. 36: 280-289 1984

Floral anatomy and pollen tube growth in the quandong (Santalum acuminatum). Sedgley, M. Australian Journal of Botany. 30: 601-609 1982

Biological and physiological aspects of the Santalum acuminatum (quandong) and its hosts in Western Australia. Tennakoon, K.U. and Pate, J.S. Sandalwood Research Newsletter 6: 1-2 1997

Ecophysiological aspects of the woody root hemiparasite Santalum acuminatum and its common hosts in south Western Australia. Tennakoon, K.U., Pate, J.S. and Arthur, D. Annals of Botany. 80: 254-256 1997

Haustorium-related uptake and metabolism of host xylem solutes by the root hemiparasitic shrub Santalum acuminatum. Tennakoon, K.U., Pate, J.S. and Stewart, G.R. Annals of Botany. 80: 257-264 1997

Growth, photosynthesis and distribution of chloride, sodium and potassium ions in salt affected quandong, Santalum acuminatum. Walker, R.R. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology. 16: 365-377 1989

Partial structural studies of four Acacia gum exudates of the series Phyllodineae. Anderson, D. M. W. and Bell, P. C. Phytochemistry 15: 301-303 1976

Analysis of six Acacia gum exudates of the series Phyllodineae. Anderson, D. M. W., Bell, P. C. and McNab, C. G. Phytochemistry 11: 1751-1754 1972

Salt tolerance of Australian tropical and sub-tropical acacias. Aswathappa, N., Marcar, N. E. and Thomson, L. A. J. In Turnbull, J. W. (ed.), Australian Acacias in developing Countries. ACIAR Proceedings No. 16, pp. 70-73 1987

The nutritional composition of Australian Aboriginal food plants of the desert regions. Brand, J. C. and Cherikoff, V. In Wickens, G. E., Goodin, J. R. and Field, J. V. (eds), Plants for Arid Land, pp. 53-68. George Allen and Unwin: London 1985

Transport of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables ACIAR Proceedings No 23 Aust Centre for International Agric. Research

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The nutritional composition of Australian Acacia seeds. Brand, J. C. and Maggiore, P. In House, A. P. N. and Harwood, C. E. (eds) Australian dry-zone acacias for human food, pp. 54-67. Australian Tree Seed Centre, CSIRO Division of Forestry: Canberra 1992

Fatty acid composition of seeds from the Australian Acacia species. Brown, A. J., Cherikoff, V. and Roberts, D. C. K. Lipids 22: 490-494 1987

Antimicrobial activity of Santalum acuminatum (quandong) kernels. Jones, G.P., Rao, K.S., Tucker, D.J., Richardson, B.J., Barnes, A. and Rivett, D.E. International Journal Pharmacognosy 33: 120-123 1995

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