Embryology of Laurales: a Review and Perspectives

@article{Kimoto2001EmbryologyOL,
  title={Embryology of Laurales: a Review and Perspectives},
  author={Y. Kimoto and H. Tobe},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={114},
  pages={247-267}
}
  • Y. Kimoto, H. Tobe
  • Published 2001
  • Biology
  • Journal of Plant Research
  • s. str. and Siparunaceae) are probably defined by a multi-celled ovule archesporium and a crushed mesotesta. Within Laurales, 16 embryological characters are found to be diversified, including the number of microsporangia (four or two), mode of anther dehiscence (by slits or valves), the number of archesporial cells in an ovule (one, two or more), and so on. Their respective evolutions were traced on a phylogenetic tree generated from molecular and morphological data, supporting that… CONTINUE READING
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