Acknowledgements

Australia's First Peoples

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we research, work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise that the knowledge of Australia's First Peoples has been crucial to past and current research efforts into Australian antimicrobial phytochemistry.

Mr Tim Kolacyk

The initial specimen collection that began this project was made possible thanks to Tim Kolaczyk's knowledge and specialist garden.  Tim passed away before the completion of this project and this page is dedicated to his memory.

N.C.W. Beadle Herbarium, University of New England

Specimen vouchers and their images were kindly provided by the N.C.W. Beadle Herbarium located at the University of New England.  The N.C.W. Beadle Herbarium also permitted sampling of specimens for analysis.

Dr Ben Greatrex, University of New England

Dr Greatrex of the University of New England has provided invaluable supervision throughout this project.   
www.une.edu.au/staff-profiles/science-and-technology/ben.grea

Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden

A number of collections have been made possible thanks to the generous support from the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden (especially the assistance from Mr Ryan Hayward).
www.aalbg.sa.gov.au

Dr Bevan Buirchell, Mr Russell Wait and Mr Phil James

Dr Buirchell, Mr Wait and Mr James kindly provided leaf samples from a large number of cultivated Eremophila specimens. Their assistance allowed for the growth of this database.

University of New England

This project has been conducted as part of research at the University of New England (UNE), Armidale.
www.une.edu.au 

Research Training Program (Australian Government)

This research is supported by an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship.