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Carajasia (Rubiaceae), a new and endangered genus from Carajás mountain range, Pará, Brazil
Carajasia is described as a new genus of Rubiaceae. It is so far known only from the mountain summits of Serra dos Carajas (Para, Brazil), where it is part of a shrubby vegetation surrounded byExpand
The species of the genus Staelia (Rubiaceae) from Paraguay, a new species and new synonymous
A new species of the genus Staelia is described and illustrated from the Boqueron department of Paraguay: S. nelidae. In total, three Staelia species have been recognized for Paraguay. StaeliaExpand
Synopsis of Hexasepalum (Rubiaceae), the Priority Name for Diodella and a New Species from Brazil
Abstract Hexasepalum is the priority name for Diodella. In the present paper, we provide a synopsis of Hexasepalum. The genus differs from the remaining genera of the tribe Spermacoceae by theExpand
Morphological and molecular data confirm the transfer of homostylous species in the typically distylous genus Galianthe (Rubiaceae), and the description of the new species Galianthe vasquezii from
Galianthe (Rubiaceae) is a neotropical genus comprising 50 species divided into two subgenera, Galianthe subgen. Galianthe, with 39 species and Galianthe subgen. Ebelia, with 11 species. TheExpand
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
Diversification of galianthe species (Rubiaceae) in the neotropical seasonally dry forests: A case study of a mainly subshrubby genus
Fil: Florentin, Javier Elias. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas. Centro Cientifico Tecnologico Conicet - Nordeste. Instituto de Botanica del Nordeste. Universidad NacionalExpand
Revisión de Randia (Rubiaceae) en Argentina, taxonomía y morfoanatomía
Revision of Randia (Rubiaceae) in Argentina, taxonomy and morpho-anatomy. A revision of the Argentinian species of Randia is presented. According to this study, three species are recognized: R.Expand
(2114-2115) Proposals to reject the names Hexasepalum and H. angustifolium (Rubiaceae)
Fil: Cabana Fader, Andrea Alejandra. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas. Centro Cientifico Tecnologico Conicet - Nordeste. Instituto de Botanica del Nordeste. UniversidadExpand
Colleters in American Spermacoceae Genera (Rubiaceae): Morphoanatomical and Evolutionary Aspects
Premise of research. The primary goal of this study is to describe the colleters on vegetative and reproductive organs in the Spermacoceae tribe and to characterize their morphoanatomy, theirExpand
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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