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Phylogenetic analysis based on structural and combined analyses of Rhus s.s. (Anacardiaceae)
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Structural data were combined with trnL-F and internal transcribed spacer sequences from other studies and with new sequences representing ten additional species to clarify the phylogenetic relationships of Rhus s.s.s and both subgenera, Rhus and Lobadium, are monophyletic. Expand
Leaf architecture of Rhus s.str. (Anacardiaceae)
A comprehensive leaf architecture study of 31 species of Rhus s.str. was conducted to describe and identify characters of potential value for assessing infrageneric relationships. The first detailedExpand
Anatomy of the reproductive structures of Stenanona flagelliflora (Annonaceae)
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The number of integumentary layers in the ovule and the presence of papillae on the style and stigma are novel characters in the Stenanona flagelliflora. Expand
Venation patterns of Bursera species Jacq. ex L. (Burseraceae) and systematic significance
The taxonomy of the genus Bursera has been traditionally supported by morphological characters such as fruit form, bark and leaves. Nonetheless, leaf architecture, another important source ofExpand
Coleoptera Associated with Decaying Wood in a Tropical Deciduous Forest
Coleoptera is the largest and diverse group of organisms, but few studies are dedicated to determine the diversity and feeding guilds of saproxylic Coleoptera. We demonstrate the diversity,Expand
Aspects of the Reproductive Biology of Stenanona Flagelliflora (Annonaceae)
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The results suggest that reproduction of S. flagelliflora is not limited by resource availability, but by pollinator frequency and effectiveness. Expand
Floral morphology and anatomy of Fagus grandifolia subsp. mexicana (Fagaceae), an endangered-relict tree of the Mexican montane cloud forest
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The inflorescence morphology of the Mexican beech is similar to some Asian beeches such as F. grandifolia from Canada and the United States of America, F. sylvatica from Europe and F. crenata from Japan, but the staminate and pistillate flowers' anatomy is different to that of F. longipetiolata. Expand