Charles Musil
Charles Musil
Senior Specialist Scientist
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Effect of invasive Australian acacias on the regeneration, growth and nutrient chemistry of South African lowland fynbos
CF Musil
Journal of Applied Ecology, 361-372, 1993
Differential effects of elevated ultraviolet‐B radiation on the photochemical and reproductive performances of dicotyledonous and monocotyledonous arid‐environment ephemerals
CF Musil
Plant, Cell & Environment 18 (8), 844-854, 1995
Differential stimulation of an arid‐environment winter ephemeral Dimorphotheca pluvialis (L.) Moench by ultraviolet‐B radiation under nutrient limitation
CF Musil, SJE Wand
Plant, Cell & Environment 17 (3), 245-255, 1994
Phytoremediation of soil contaminated with heavy metals: a technology for rehabilitation of the environment
MS Liphadzi, MB Kirkham, CF Musil
South African Journal of Botany 71 (1), 24-37, 2005
Substrate effects of zoogenic soil mounds on vegetation composition in the Worcester–Robertson valley, Cape Province
GF Midgley, CF Musil
South African Journal of Botany 56 (2), 158-166, 1990
Accumulated effect of elevated ultraviolet‐B radiation over multiple generations of the arid‐environment annual Dimorphotheca sinuata DC. (Asteraceae)
CF Musil
Plant, Cell & Environment 19 (9), 1017-1027, 1996
Effects of elevated ultraviolet‐B radiation on native and cultivated plants of southern Africa
Annals of botany 90 (1), 127-137, 2002
Responses of sclerophyllous Ericaceae to enhanced levels of ultraviolet-B radiation
CF Musil, SJE Wand
Environmental and Experimental Botany 33 (2), 233-242, 1993
A review of phytoplankton dynamics in tropical African lakes
MR Ndebele-Murisa, CF Musil, L Raitt
South African Journal of Science 106 (1-2), 13-18, 2010
South African country study on climate change
MC Rutherford, GF Midgley, WJ Bond, LW Powrie, CF Musil, R Roberts, ...
Pretoria, South Africa, Terrestrial Plant Diversity Section, Vulnerability …, 1999
Lethal effects of experimental warming approximating a future climate scenario on southern African quartz‐field succulents: a pilot study
CF Musil, U Schmiedel, GF Midgley
New Phytologist 165 (2), 539-547, 2005
The threat of alien invasive grasses to lowland Cape floral diversity: an empirical appraisal of the effectiveness of practical control strategies: research in action
CF Musil, GW Davis, SJ Milton
South African Journal of Science 101 (7), 337-344, 2005
The relative impact of invasive Australian acacias, fire and season on the soil chemical status of a sand plain lowland fynbos community.
CF Musil, GF Midgley
S. AFR. J. BOT./S.-AFR. TYDSKR. PLANTKD. 56 (4), 419-427, 1990
Mild experimental climate warming induces metabolic impairment and massive mortalities in southern African quartz field succulents
CF Musil, PDR Van Heerden, CD Cilliers, U Schmiedel
Environmental and experimental botany 66 (1), 79-87, 2009
Effects of climate warming on the distributions of invasive Eurasian annual grasses: a South African perspective
F Parker-Allie, CF Musil, W Thuiller
Climatic change 94 (1-2), 87-103, 2009
Heat-stimulated germination in two Restionaceae species
CF Musil, DM De Witt
South African Journal of Botany 57 (3), 175-176, 1991
Carry‐over of enhanced ultraviolet‐B exposure effects to successive generations of a desert annual: interaction with atmospheric CO2 and nutrient supply
CF Musil, GF Midgley, SJE Wand
Global Change Biology 5 (3), 311-329, 1999
How substantial are ultraviolet-B supplementation inaccuracies in experimental square-wave delivery systems?
CF Musil, LO Björn, MWJ Scourfield, GE Bodeker
Environmental and Experimental Botany 47 (1), 25-38, 2002
Physiological and growth responses of two African species, Acacia karroo and Themeda triandra, to combined increases in CO2 and UV‐B radiation
SJE Wand, GF Midgley, CF Musil
Physiologia Plantarum 98 (4), 882-890, 1996
Effects of UV-B radiation on plant growth, symbiotic function and concentration of metabolites in three tropical grain legumes
SBM Chimphango, CF Musil, FD Dakora
Functional plant biology 30 (3), 309-318, 2003
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