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VARIATIONS IN ANATOMY, ASSOCIATIONS, AND ORIGINS OF KRANZ TISSUE
Although the unique tissue required for C4 photosynthesis in nonsucculent plants is often described as being modified leaf parenchyma sheath, which is positioned meaningfully between the mesophyllExpand
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Leaf Anatomy in Grass Systematics
1. Microscopic examination of transverse sections of grass leaf blades of 101 species in 72 genera indicates six basic types of tissue arrangements. These groups are based on the evidence from leafExpand
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THE KRANZ SYNDROME IN THE GRAMINEAE AS INDICATED BY CARBON ISOTOPIC RATIOS
Ttie Kranz syndrome, as indicated by relatively high "3C/12C ratios is characteristic of 161/2 tribes and about '/2 of the species of the Gramineae. Data are given for 198 species from 129 genera andExpand
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SYSTEMATICS OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC CARBON FIXATION PATHWAYS IN EUPHORBIA
Summary Using the technique of carbon isotopic ratio determinations, 20 selected species of Euphorbia (s. lat.) have been investigated to determine their metabolic status. Previous work is reviewed,Expand
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Apomixis in the Gramineae: Panicoideae.
APOMIXIS, THE replacement of the sexual process by some asexual form of reproduction, is rather common in the flowering plants. Nygren (1954) listed about 300 species that are more or less apomicticExpand
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A STUDY OF STERILITY IN HILARIA BELANGERI (STEUD.) NASH AND HILARIA MUTICA (BUCKL.) BENTH.
. 1946. The three-dimensional shape of bubbles in foam-an analysis of the role of surface forces in three-dimensional cell shape determination. Amer. Jour. Bot. 33: 58-80. MOELLER, J., AND C.Expand
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Chromosome Numbers of Some Texas Grasses
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Familial homozygous hypobetalipoproteinemia.
Abstract An apparently new form of abetalipoproteinemia, homozygous hypobetalipoproteinemia, was studied in progeny of a mating of two parents each heterozygous for familial hypobetalipoproteinemia,Expand
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Textbook of cytogenetics
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The Relation of Soil Moisture to Cleistogamy in Stipa leucotricha
1. Plants of Stipa leucotricha were grown under four different conditions of available soil water in porous unglazed clay pots and in glazed crocks. In all cases the less the amount of soil waterExpand
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