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In vitro tuberization and plant regeneration from multinodal segment culture of Habenaria bractescens Lindl., an Argentinean wetland orchid
Tuberization in many terrestrial orchids represents the most important physiological process for reproduction and survival. An in vitro controlled and reproducible tuberization and plant regenerationExpand
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In vitro cultured primary roots derived from stem segments of cassava (Manihot esculenta) can behave like storage organs.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Cassava (Manihot esculenta) has three adventitious root types: primary and secondary fibrous roots, and storage roots. Different adventitious root types can also regenerate fromExpand
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Anatomical and histological features of Ilex paraguariensis leaves under different in vitro shoot culture systems
Ilex paraguariensis: (Aquifoliaceae) is an evergreen tree traditionally used to prepare a caffeine-rich infusion that has several medicinal properties. The in vitro propagation of this species hasExpand
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Sugary secretions of wasp galls: a want-to-be extrafloral nectar?
Background and Aims The most widespread form of protective mutualisms is represented by plants bearing extrafloral nectaries (EFNs) that attract ants and other arthropods for indirect defence.Expand
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Embryology in Helosis cayennensis (Balanophoraceae): Structure of Female Flowers, Fruit, Endosperm and Embryo
Helosis cayennensis (Balanophoraceae s.str.) is a holoparasite characterised by aberrant vegetative bodies and tiny, reduced unisexual flowers. Here, we analysed the development of female flowers toExpand
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Taxonomic and Ecological Implications of Foliar Morphoanatomy in Cephalanthus (Naucleeae, Rubiaceae)
Abstract— Cephalanthus belongs to Rubiaceae tribe Naucleeae, and is characterized as shrubs to a small trees, mainly from the lowlands, with verticillate leaves. We hypothesized that the foliarExpand
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Pollen development and orbicule and pollen grain morphology in species of Cephalanthus (Rubiaceae-Naucleeae) from the Americas
This paper is the first embryological report on the genus Cephalanthus L. and contributes to future studies in other genera of the tribe Naucleeae. The development of the anther wall in CephalanthusExpand
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A New Species of Randia (Rubiaceae) and the Taxonomic Significance of Foliar Anatomy in the Species of Randia of the Southern Cone of America
Abstract Randia heteromera is a new species described based on studies of taxonomy and vegetative anatomy (leaf, stipule, and colleters). This species is illustrated and diagnosed in comparison toExpand
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Phenotypic and Genotypic Variability in Cercospora kikuchii Isolates from Santa Fe Province, Argentina
More than 100 fungal diseases affecting soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) culture have been found worldwide, though only 35 of them are of great economic concern since they cause a 10 to 15% yieldExpand
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