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Gynoecium diversity and systematics of the paleoherbs
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The results strongly support three pairs of families in sister group relationships, as suggested by studies based on other characters: Cabombaceae-Nymphaeaceae, Saururaceae-Piperaceae, and Lactoridaceae-Aristolochi Families, and Hydnoraceae-Rafflesiaceae to some extent.
Gynoecium Structure and Evolution in Basal Angiosperms
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Based on the new phylogenetic framework on basal angiosperms gained by molecular systematics, an evolutionary evaluation of gynoecial character states has become possible and new features relevant to systematics are revealed.
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,
Gynoecium diversity and systematics of the basal eudicots
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Gynoecium and ovule structure was compared in representatives of the basal eudicots of Ranunculales, Proteales, and some families of the former «lower» hamamelids that have been moved to Saxifragales and incertae sedis to support the close relationship of Platanaceae and Proteaceae.
Gynoecium diversity and systematics of the Magnoliales and winteroids
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The results most strongly support an Annonaceae-Myristicaceae- canellaceae-Canellaceae alliance, to some degree also an Eupomatiaceae-Degeneriaceae-Himantandraceae-Magnoliaceae alliance and an Illiciaceae-Schisand raceae-Winteraceae-Austrobaileyaceae alliance.
The Reproductive Structures of the Basal Angiosperm Amborella Trichopoda (Amborellaceae)
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Amborella, the putatively basalmost extant angiosperm, is poorly known in its reproductive structures and a tentative list of plesiomorphic floral features is given.
Gynoecium diversity and systematics in basal monocots
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Gynoecium structure supports the isolated position of Acoraceae as sister to all other monocots, and in an overall view, if compared with all other families,Acoraceae clearly shows the greatest similarities with Araceae.
Regular ArticleGynoecium diversity and systematics of the Magnoliales and winteroids
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The results most strongly support an Annonaceae-Myristicaceae- canellaceae-Canellaceae alliance, to some degree also an Eupomatiaceae-Degeneriaceae-Himantandraceae-Magnoliaceae alliance and an Illiciaceae-Schisand raceae-Winteraceae-Austrobaileyaceae alliance.
The character states of the Caribbean monotypic endemic Strumpfia (Rubiaceae)
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Because of a) many unusual and, in part, unique features and b) the lack of detailed comparative data for neotropical Rubiaceae, the genus' subfamilial and tribal position remains obscure.
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