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Traditional Plant Harvesting in Contemporary Fragmented and Urban Landscapes

Journal Article published Apr 2010 in Conservation Biology volume 24 issue 2 on pages 594 to 604

Authors: PRISCILLA M. WEHI, WILLIAM L. WEHI

If Only They Could Speak

Journal Article published 16 Aug 2018 in Biodiversity Information Science and Standards volume 2

Authors: Priscilla Wehi

Biological flora of New Zealand 10.Phormium tenax, harakeke, New Zealand flax

Journal Article published Dec 2007 in New Zealand Journal of Botany volume 45 issue 4 on pages 521 to 544

Authors: Priscilla M. Wehi, Bruce D. Clarkson

Tolerance for Nutrient Imbalance in an Intermittently Feeding Herbivorous Cricket, the Wellington Tree Weta

Journal Article published 17 Dec 2013 in PLoS ONE volume 8 issue 12 on page e84641

Authors: Priscilla M. Wehi, David Raubenheimer, Mary Morgan-Richards

Editors: François Blachier

Indigenous ancestral sayings contribute to modern conservation partnerships: examples usingPhormium tenax

Journal Article published Jan 2009 in Ecological Applications volume 19 issue 1 on pages 267 to 275

Authors: Priscilla M. Wehi

Artefacts, biology and bias in museum collection research

Journal Article published 10 May 2012 in Molecular Ecology volume 21 issue 13 on pages 3103 to 3109

Authors: PRISCILLA M. WEHI, HEMI WHAANGA, STEVE A. TREWICK

Isotopic fractionation in a large herbivorous insect, the Auckland tree weta

Journal Article published Dec 2010 in Journal of Insect Physiology volume 56 issue 12 on pages 1877 to 1882

Authors: Priscilla M. Wehi, Brendan J. Hicks

WEHI-13VAR: a stable and sensitive variant of WEHI 164 clone 13 fibrosarcoma for tumor necrosis factor bioassay

Journal Article published May 1995 in Immunology Letters volume 46 issue 1-2 on pages 107 to 110

Authors: Khalid S.A. Khabar, Shannaz Siddiqui, John A. Armstrong

ChEMBL Deposited Data Set - WEHI b brucei

Report published 30 Jan 2013

Authors: Anne Hersey

Human Perceptions of Megafaunal Extinction Events Revealed by Linguistic Analysis of Indigenous Oral Traditions

Journal Article published 4 Jun 2018 in Human Ecology volume 46 issue 4 on pages 461 to 470

Research funded by Royal Society of New Zealand (12-UOW-093, 12-UOW-093, rdf-10-MAU-001, RDF-14-LCR-001)

Authors: Priscilla M. Wehi, Murray P. Cox, Tom Roa, Hēmi Whaanga