IAWA List of Microscopic Bark Features
Phylogenetic position of the genus Ferula (Apiaceae) and its placement in tribe Scandiceae as inferred from nrDNA ITS sequence variation
- Renata Kurzyna-Młynik, A. Oskolski, S. Downie, R. Kopacz, A. Wojewódzka, K. Spalik
- BiologyPlant Systematics and Evolution
- 27 May 2008
Phylogenetic analyses of ITS sequence variation from 134 accessions of Apiaceae support the monophyly of Ferula upon the addition of Dorema and Leutea (as Ferula sensu lato) and its placement in tribe Scandiceae.
Flower structure and development in Tupidanthus calyptratus (Araliaceae): an extreme case of polymery among asterids
- D. Sokoloff, A. Oskolski, M. Remizowa, M. Nuraliev
- Environmental SciencePlant Systematics and Evolution
- 2 July 2007
The significance of Tupidanthus for understanding spatial pattern formation in flowers of Araliaceae, and both functional and developmental constraints in angiosperm flowers with a single polymerous carpel whorl are discussed.
Fire dynamics under monsoonal climate in Yunnan, SW China: past, present and future
Taxonomy of the traditional medicinal plant genus Ferula (Apiaceae) is confounded by incongruence between nuclear rDNA and plastid DNA
Comparison of nrDNA and plastid DNA trees suggest intensive reticulate evolution, particularly in the Irano–Turanian floristic region and proposes a new classification system of the genus Ferula with four subgenera and ten sections.
Gynoecium evolution in angiosperms: Monomery, pseudomonomery, and mixomery
- D. Sokoloff, M. Nuraliev, A. Oskolski, M. Remizowa
- Environmental ScienceMoscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin
- 1 July 2017
Partial or nearly complete loss of carpel individuality that precludes the assignment of an ovule (or ovules) to an individual carpel is observed in a specific group of gynoecia, which is termed mixomery, since it should be distinguished from pseudomonomery.
BARK ANATOMY AND INTERCELLULAR CANALS IN THE STEM OF DELARBREA PARADOXA (ARALIACEAE)
Three stages of secretory canal development (canal formation, active secretion, and senescence) were distinguished on the basis of TEM observations and secretory processes were not indicated in the highly vacuolated senescent epithelial cells.
Flowers of Araliaceae: structural diversity, developmental and evolutionary aspects
Infructescences of Cathiaria gen. n. from the late Cretaceous of North Kazakhstan and Siberia (Russia)
Evidence is presented to support the hypothesis that these organs may have been produced by the same plant, presenting an unusual combination of characters suggestive of an extinct angiosperm family.