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2008¹H NMR studies of enantioselective host–guest complexation by modified β-cyclodextrins and their europium(III) complexesPham, D.; Clements, P.; Easton, C.; Lincoln, S.
2012Habitat connectivity, more than species' biology, influences genetic differentiation in a habitat specialist, the short-eared rock-wallaby (Petrogale brachyotis)Potter, S.; Eldridge, M.; Cooper, S.; Paplinska, J.; Taggart, D.
2009Habitat selection at settlement and post-settlement dynamics in juvenile fish communities in the New Caledonia lagoonMellin, Camille
2007Habitat separation of Craterocephalus (Atherinidae) species and populations in off-channel areas of the lower River Murray, AustraliaWedderburn, S.; Walker, K.; Zampatti, B.
2004Habitat use by the Southern Emu-wren, Stipiturus malachurus (Aves : Maluridae), in South Australia, and evaluation of vegetation at a potential translocation site for S-m. intermediusWilson, D.; Paton, D.
2006The handling and fate of spermatophores in Neoentobdella diadema and N-apiocolpos (Monogenea : Capsalidae : Entobdellinae)Kearn, G.; Whittington, I.; Euzet, L.
2010Haplotype diversity in the Antarctic springtail Gressittacantha terranova at fine spatial scales - a Holocene twist to a Pliocene taleHawes, T.; Torricelli, G.; Stevens, M.
2006The Harderian gland of two species of skink (Tiliqua rugosa and Hemiergis decresiensis): a discussion of the significance of lymphatic tissue in the squamate Harderian glandRehorek, S.; Baker, J.; Hutchinson, M.; Firth, B.
2003The Harderian gland of two species of snakes: Pseudonaja textilis (Elapidae) and Thamnophis sirtalis (Colubridae)Rehorek, S.; Halpern, M.; Firth, B.; Hutchinson, M.
2010Harmful parasitic crustaceans infecting wild arripids: A potential threat to southern Australian finfish aquacultureCatalano, S.; Hutson, K.
2006Harnessing the energy of molecular recognition in a nanomachine having a photochemical on/off switchCoulston, R.; Onagi, H.; Lincoln, S.; Easton, C.
2006Hartmann sensor for advanced gravitational wave interferometersBrooks, A.; Veitch, P.; Munch, J.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration Meeting (2006 : Hanford, WA)
2005Hartmann Wavefront Sensing for the Gingin ExperimentBrooks, A.; Veitch, P.; Munch, J.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration Meeting (2005 : Livingston, Louisiana)
2013Harvesting of marine microalgae by electroflocculation: the energetics, plant design, and economicsLee, A.; Lewis, D.; Ashman, P.
2013Harvesting, thickening and dewartering microalgae biomassPahl, S.; Lee, K.; Kalaitzidis, T.; Ashman, P.; Sathe, S.; Lewis, D.
2011Hatching strategies in Monogenean (Platyhelminth) parasites that facilitate host infectionWhittington, I.; Kearn, G.
2018Have droughts and increased water extraction from the Murray River (Australia) reduced coastal ocean productivity?Auricht, H.; Clarke, K.; Lewis, M.; Mosley, L.
2004Hawaiian hot-spot swell structure from seafloor MT soundingConstable, S.; Heinson, G.
2007Hazard assessment of inorganic metals and metal substances in terrestrial systemsSmolders, E.; McGrath, S.; Fairbrother, A.; Hale, B.; Lombi, E.; McLaughlin, M.; Rutgers, M.; Van der Vliet, L.
2003Hazard assessment of metals and metal compounds in terrestrial systemsSmolders, E.; Fairbrother, A.; Hale, B.; Lombi, E.; McGrath, S.; McLaughlin, M.; Rutgers, M.; Van der Vliet, L.; Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting (Austin, Texas) (Austin, Texas)