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Evaluación de caracteres del cáliz y de los estambres en la Tribu Merianieae ("Melastomataceae") y definición de homologías

@inproceedings{Cifuentes2010EvaluacinDC,
  title={Evaluaci{\'o}n de caracteres del c{\'a}liz y de los estambres en la Tribu Merianieae ("Melastomataceae") y definici{\'o}n de homolog{\'i}as},
  author={Humberto Mendoza Cifuentes and Jos{\'e} Luis Fern{\'a}ndez Alonso},
  year={2010}
}
Los caracteres del caliz y de los estambres se han utilizado clasicamente para diferenciar generos y establecer secciones dentro de generos en la tribu Merianieae (Melastomataceae), pero no se han analizado integralmente desde el punto de vista de homologias. Se establecio una lista completa de especies para la tribu y se evaluo la variacion de los caracteres del caliz y los estambres. En total se registran 15 generos y 277 especies en Merianieae, el 78% de las cuales fueron evaluadas… 
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