Embryology of Cardiopteris (Cardiopteridaceae, Aquifoliales), with emphasis on unusual ovule and seed development

@article{Tobe2016EmbryologyOC,
  title={Embryology of Cardiopteris (Cardiopteridaceae, Aquifoliales), with emphasis on unusual ovule and seed development},
  author={H. Tobe},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={129},
  pages={883-897}
}
  • H. Tobe
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Plant Research
  • Cardiopteris (Cardiopteridaceae), a twining herb of two or three species distributed from Southeast Asia to Northern Australia, requires an embryological study for better understanding of its reproductive features. The present study of C. quinqueloba showed that the ovule and seed development involves a number of unusual structures, most of which are unknown elsewhere in angiosperms. The ovule pendant from the apical placenta is straight (not orthotropous), ategmic, and tenuinucellate… CONTINUE READING
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