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A new subfamily classification of the leguminosae based on a taxonomically comprehensive phylogeny
The classification of the legume family proposed here addresses the long-known non-monophyly of the traditionally recognised subfamily Caesalpinioideae, by recognising six robustly supportedExpand
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Intra‐isolate genome variation in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi persists in the transcriptome
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are heterokaryotes with an unusual genetic makeup. Substantial genetic variation occurs among nuclei within a single mycelium or isolate. AMF reproduce throughExpand
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Allelic Differences within and among Sister Spores of the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus Glomus etunicatum Suggest Segregation at Sporulation
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are root-inhabiting fungi that form mutualistic symbioses with their host plants. AMF are made up of coenocytic networks of hyphae through which nuclei andExpand
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Effect of a dark septate fungal endophyte on seed germination and protocorm development in a terrestrial orchid.
Phialocephala fortinii, a dark septate fungal endophyte, is capable of breaking down complex carbohydrates and has the potential, therefore, of providing simple sugars to an achlorophyllous plantExpand
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Cell-cell communication and signalling pathways within the ovule: from its inception to fertilization.
Cell-cell communication pervades every aspect of the life of a plant. It is particularly crucial for the development of the gametes and their subtle interaction leading to double fertilization. TheExpand
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Directional genomic hybridization for chromosomal inversion discovery and detection
Chromosomal rearrangements are a source of structural variation within the genome that figure prominently in human disease, where the importance of translocations and deletions is well recognized. InExpand
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Floral ontogeny in Dialiinae (Caesalpinioideae: Cassieae), a study in organ loss and instability
Abstract The Caesalpinioideae are widely variable in their floral ontogeny, and among caesalpinioids, members of the polyphyletic tribe Cassieae are particularly diverse. Within the Cassieae, theExpand
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Floral evolution and phylogeny of the Dialioideae, a diverse subfamily of tropical legumes.
PREMISE OF THE STUDY The Dialioideae is an early diverging clade of caesalpinioid legumes containing approximately 85 species in 17 genera. Dialioideae floral morphology is highly variable and mayExpand
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Floral Morphology of Apuleia leiocarpa (Dialiinae: Leguminosae), an Unusual Andromonoecious Legume
Apuleia leiocarpa (Vogel) J. F. Macbr. is a South American tree species belonging to the caesalpinioid subfamily of the Leguminosae. Phylogenetic analyses have placed Apuleia into the Dialiinae s.l.Expand
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Systematics and floral evolution of the Dialiinae (Caesalpinioideae), a diverse lineage of tropical legumes
Le clade Dialiinae represente l’une des premieres lignees de la sous-famille Caesalpinioideae des Leguminosae. Il se compose de 17 genres (environ 90 especes), avec des taxons qui sont repandus dansExpand