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The significance of apical meristems in the phylogeny of land plants
Two principal types of shoot apex are recognized, (1) the classical pyramidal apical cell of pteridophytes which does not divide periclinally, and so never contributes directly to the inner tissuesExpand
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The Malesian species of Gastonia (Araliaceae)
Only two species of Gastonia occur in Malesia, but each has a complex taxonomie history. The species which became known first, G. papuana Miq., is evidently an uncommon plant of coastal and lowlandExpand
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Analysis of Landfills with Historic Airphotos
An investigation is conducted regarding the value of existing aerial photographs for waste management, including landfill monitoring. The value of historic aerial photographs for documenting landfillExpand
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A synopsis of the Malesian species of Polyscias (Araliaceae)
The type species of tie genus Polyscias (P. pinnata J. R. & G. Forst.) is closely related to a small number of Pacific and Indo-Malayan species, several of which have long been in cultivation. ThisExpand
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A synopsis of the Malesian species of Osmoxylon (including Boerlagiodendron), Araliaceae
A synopsis is given of the genus Osmoxylon, Araliaceae, in Malesia and the Bismarck Archipelago, including also one species of the Solomon Islands. In the introduction arguments are given why theExpand
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A synopsis of the Malesian species of Steganthera (Monimiaceae)
Revision of the Malesian species of the genus Steganthera, which centres in New Guinea; precursor to treatment in Flora Malesiana. There are 16 species accepted; 5 are described as new, 12 names areExpand
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IS THE GRASS GYNOECIUM MONOCARPELLARY
Two interpretations are currently applied to the gynoecium of the Gramineae. Either it is monocarpellary or it is syncarpous (pseudomonocarpellary). These two views are examined and it is concludedExpand
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