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ECOLOGICAL FACTORS IN WOOD EVOLUTION: A FLORISTIC APPROACH
Wood florulas from southwestern Australia were analyzed to determine whether wood anatomy is sufficiently correlated with ecology so that vessel element features can be said to have a predictiveExpand
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VESSEL GROUPING IN DICOTYLEDON WOOD : SIGNIFICANCE AND RELATIONSHIP TO IMPERFORATE TRACHEARY ELEMENTS
-A hitherto unappreciated correlation exists between nature of vessel grouping and nature of imperforate tracheary elements in wood of dicotyledons at large: families and genera with true tracheidsExpand
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Monocot Xylem Revisited: New Information, New Paradigms
Five sources of data force extensive revision of ideas about the nature and evolution of monocot xylem: scanning electron microscopy (SEM) studies of thick sections; availability of molecularExpand
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Ecological Wood Anatomy of the Woody Southern Californian Flora
Wood of 207 species, representing all 178 woody genera of the Munz flora of southern California, was studied by means of sections and macerations. Data were gathered on features relating to theExpand
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How wood evolves: a new synthesis
Recent advances in wood physiology, molecular phylogeny, and ultrastructure (chiefly scanning electron microscopy, SEM), as well as important new knowledge in traditional fields, provide the basisExpand
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The biota of long-distance dispersal. III. Loss of dispersibility in the Hawaiian flora
This species, which is quite similar in habit to A. nummularia Torr., is new to Texas. According to Woodson (in Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 41 : 94. 1954), this northcentral Mexican species was previouslyExpand
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Hawaii a natural history : geology, climate, native flora and fauna above the shoreline
A complete study of Hawaii's fascinating life forms, this volume includes more than 1,000 photographs identifying more than 800 species of animal and plant life.
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Wood, Bark, and Stem Anatomy of Gnetales: A Summary
  • S. Carlquist
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Plant Sciences
  • 1 November 1996
Data from a series of eight papers, representing a survey of Gnetales at the species level, are summarized in order to develop concepts on the relationship between the anatomical data and ecology,Expand
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