Acacia Research Bibliography

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

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

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

Bennett, B. 1995 Seed Saviours. Ecos 85: 25-33

Bindon, P. and Maslin, B. R. 1984 Preliminary account of Acacia usage by Aborigines in part of the Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia. International Conference on Indian Ocean Studies II, 9 pp

Bindon, P. 1996 Useful Bush Plants. Western Australian Museum: Perth

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

Brand, J. C. and Maggiore, P. 1992 The nutritional composition of Australian Acacia seeds. 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

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

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

Cherikoff, V. and Isaacs, J. 1989 The Bushfood Handbook Ti Tree Press: Balmain

Devitt, J. 1992 Acacias: a traditional aboriginal food source in Central Australia. In House, A. P. N. and Harwood, C. E. (eds) Australian dry-zone acacias for human food, pp. 37-53. Australian Tree Seed Centre, CSIRO Division of Forestry: Canberra

Doran, J. C., Turnbull, J. W., Boland, D. J. and Gunn, B. V. 1983 Handbook on seeds of dry-zone acacias. A guide for collecting, extracting, cleaning and storing and for treatment to promote germination. Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations: Rome

El-Lakany, M. H. 1987 Use of Australian acacias in north Africa. In Turnbull, J. W. (ed.), Australian Acacias in Developing Countries. ACIAR Proceedings No. 16, pp. 116-117

Fowler, K. M. and Fox, J. E. D. 1995 Review of the ecological characteristics of Acacia victoriae Benth. Mulga Research Centre Journal 12: 65-71

Fox, J. E. D. 1995 A review of the ecological characteristics of Acacia saligna (Labill.) H. Wendl. Mulga Research Centre Journal 12: 39-55

Gott, B. 1997 Choosing Acacia Species for Bushtucker. Australian Bushfoods Magazine. 4: 3-5

Graham, C. and Hart, D. 1997 Prospects for the Australian Native Food Industry. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. RIRDC Research Paper No. 97/22.

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

Harwood, C. E. 1994 Human food potential of the seeds of some Australian dry-zone Acacia species. Journal of Arid Environments 27: 27-35

Hele, A. 2001 Wattleseed Production. Factsheet. Primary Industries & Resources South Australia

Horner, R. 1992 Collection of Acacia seeds in Central Australia. In House, A. P. N. and Harwood, C. E. (eds) Australian dry-zone acacias for human food, pp. 68-73. Australian Tree Seed Centre, CSIRO Division of Forestry: Canberra

Johnston, T. H. and Cleland, J. B. 1943 Native names and uses of plants in the north-eastern corner of South Australia. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 67 (1): 149-173

Jones, C. 2001 Acacia retinodes var. retinodes: economic potential. Australian Bushfoods Magazine. 16: 15

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

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

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

Latz, P. K. 1995 Bushfires and Bushtucker: Aborigines and Plants in Central Australia. IAD Press: Alice Springs

Lister, P. 1999 Wattleseed. Australian Bushfoods Magazine 13: 18-19

Maiden, J. H. 1889 The Useful Native Plants of Australia. Technological Museum of New South Wales: Sydney

Maslin, B. R. 1974 Studies in the genus Acacia - 3. The taxonomy of A. saligna (Labill.) H. Wendl. Nuytsia 1: 332-340

Maslin, B. R. 1981 Acacia. In Jessop, J. (ed.), Flora of Central Australia, pp. 115-142. A. H. and A. W. Reed: Sydney

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

Maslin, B. R., Thomson, L. A. J., McDonald, M. W. and Hamilton-Brown, S. 1998 Edible Wattle Seeds of Southern Australia. A review of species for use in semi-arid regions. CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne

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

Meagher, S. 1974 The food resources of the Aborigines of the south-west of Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum 3 (1): 14-65

O'Connell, J. E., Latz, P. K. and Barnett, P. 1983 Traditional and modern plant use among the Alywarra of central Australia. Economic Botany 37 (1): 80-109

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

Searle, S. 1991 The rise and demise of the black wattle bark industry in Australia. Technical paper no. 1. CSIRO Division of Forestry: Canberra

Simmons, M. H. 1981 Acacias of Australia. Nelson: Melbourne

Simmons, M. H. 1988 Acacias of Australia. Vol. 2. Viking O'Neil, Penguin Books Australia Ltd: Melbourne

Simpson, S. and Chudleigh, P. 2001 Wattle Seed Production in Low Rainfall Areas. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. RIRDC Research Paper No. 01/08.

Tame, T. 1992 Acacias of Southeast Australia. Kangaroo Press: Kenthurst

Thomson, L. A. J, 1992, Australia's subtropical dry-zone Acacia species with human food potential. In House, A. P. N. and Harwood, C. E. (eds) Australian dry-zone acacias for human food, pp. 37-53. Australian Tree Seed Centre, CSIRO Division of Forestry: Canberra

Thomson, L. A. J., Turnbull, J. W. and Maslin, B. R. 1994 The utilisation of Australian species of Acacia, with particular reference to those of the subtropical dry-zone. Journal of Arid Environments 27: 279-295

Thomson, L. A. J., Harwood, C. H. and Rinaudo, T. 1996 Australian acacias - untapped genetic resources for human food production in dry tropical Sub-saharan Africa. FAO Forest Genetic Resources Information 24: 69-75

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

Whibley, D. J. E. and Symon, D. E. 1992 Acacias of South Australia. Government Printer: Adelaide