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Gynoecium Structure and Evolution in Basal Angiosperms
A comparative study on gynoecium structure in basal angiosperms revealed new features relevant to systematics. In addition, based on the new phylogenetic framework on basal angiosperms gained byExpand
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Gynoecium diversity and systematics of the Laurales
Carpel and ovule structure was comparatively studied in representatives of all eight families of the Laurales: Amborellaceae, Calycanthaceae, Chloranthaceae, Gomortegaceae,Hernandiaceae, Lauraceae,Expand
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Gynoecium diversity and systematics of the paleoherbs
Gynoecium and ovule structure was compared in representatives of all families of the paleoherbs, including Nymphaeales (Cabombaceae, Nymphaeaceae), Piperales (Saururaceae, Piperaceae),Expand
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Gynoecium diversity and systematics of the basal eudicots
Gynoecium and ovule structure was compared in representatives of the basal eudicots, including Ranunculales (Berberidaceae, Circaeasteraceae, Eupteleaceae, Lardizabalaceae, Menispermaceae,Expand
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Gynoecium diversity and systematics of the Magnoliales and winteroids
Abstract Carpel and ovule structure was compared in representatives of all 11 families of the Magnoliales (Annonaceae, Canellaceae, Degeneriaceae, Eupomatiaceae, Himantandraceae, Magnoliaceae,Expand
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The Reproductive Structures of the Basal Angiosperm Amborella Trichopoda (Amborellaceae)
Amborella, the putatively basalmost extant angiosperm, is poorly known in its reproductive structures. This study offers new results. Inflorescences are botryoids or panicles with accessory flowersExpand
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Gynoecium diversity and systematics in basal monocots
Abstract Gynoecium and ovule structure was comparatively studied in representatives of the basal monocots, including Acorales (Acoraceae), Alismatales (Araceae, Alismataceae, Aponogetonaceae,Expand
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Regular ArticleGynoecium diversity and systematics of the Magnoliales and winteroids
Carpel and ovule structure was compared in representatives of all 11 families of the Magnoliales (Annonaceae, Canellaceae, Degeneriaceae, Eupomatiaceae, Himantandraceae, Magnoliaceae, Myristicaceae)Expand
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A simple method for microtome sectioning of prehistoric charcoal specimens, embedded in 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA)
Abstract A simple method for microtome sectioning of prehistoric charcoal, embedded in 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate, HEMA (= glycol methacrylate, GMA), is described in detail. Procedures forExpand
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The character states of the Caribbean monotypic endemic Strumpfia (Rubiaceae)
Strumpfia, restricted to littoral habitats, is characterized by ternately arranged ericoid leaves with extreme xeromorphic adaptations. The flowers, with quincuncial (imbricate s.1.) corolla lobeExpand
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