Floral development and breeding systems of Dryandra sessilis and Grevillea wilsonii (Proteaceae)

@article{Collins2008FloralDA,
  title={Floral development and breeding systems of Dryandra sessilis and Grevillea wilsonii (Proteaceae)},
  author={B. Collins and M. Walsh and James Grey},
  journal={Australian Journal of Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={56},
  pages={119-130}
}
Dryandra sessilis (Knight) Domin. and Grevillea wilsonii A.Cunn. co-occur on lateritic soils in the jarrah forest of Western Australia, with their flowering seasons overlapping for several months during winter and spring. Both species are protandrous, with pollen presentation occurring 1–2 days before the stigmas of individual flowers become receptive. Peak receptivity, as indicated by maximum peroxidase secretion, coincides with the maximum opening of stigmatic grooves for D. sessilis or… Expand
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