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The natural history of the cotton tribe
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Origin and dispersal of the boll weevil.
In recent years there has been increased attention directed toward understanding the systematics and biogeography of the boll weevil, Antbonomus grandis Boheman, a major pest of cotton in the NewExpand
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Malvaceae of Mexico.
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The American genera of Malvaceae—II
The genera of Malvaceae that occur in North, Central, and South America (including the Caribbean) are enumerated, described, and distinguished, using an artificial key. The usual taxonomicExpand
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Mode of reproduction of higher plants
I. INaXODUCrlON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 I I . IMPORTANCE OF KNOWLEDGE OF REPRODUCTIVE MODE . . . . . . . . . . . 137 III.Expand
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A Redefinition of the Tribe Gossypieae
The tribe Gossypieae (Alefeld, 1861) is resurrected and redefined to include eight genera: Gossypium L., Cienfuegosia Cav., Thespesia Sol. ex Corr., Hampea Schlecht., Kokia Lewt., CephalohibiscusExpand
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PHENETIC ANALYSIS AND THE PHYLOGENY OF THE DIPLOID SPECIES OF GOSSYPIUM L. (MALVACEAE)
  • P. Fryxell
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 September 1971
Studies of interspecific relationships, evolution, phylogeny, and the systematics of Gossypium are numerous. Phillips (1966) recently summarized the cytogenetic data upon which current views areExpand
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A revision of Gossypium sect. Grandicalyx (Malvaceae), including the description of six new species
ABsTRAcr. Gossypium sect. Grandicalyx occurs in tropical Australia, with all of the 11 species being found in the Kimberley region of northwestern Australia except G. cunninghamii, which is found onExpand
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