Patterns of floral evolution in the early diversification of non-magnoliid dicotyledons (eudicots)

@inproceedings{Drinnan1994PatternsOF,
  title={Patterns of floral evolution in the early diversification of non-magnoliid dicotyledons (eudicots)},
  author={A. Drinnan and P. Crane and S. B. Hoot},
  year={1994}
}
  • A. Drinnan, P. Crane, S. B. Hoot
  • Published 1994
  • Biology
  • Recent cladistic analyses of angiosperms based on both morphological and molecular sequence data recognize a major clade of dicotyledons defined by triaperturate or triaperturate-derived pollen (non-magnoliids/eudicots). Evidence from morphology, as well as the atpB and rbcL genes (cpDNA), indicates that extant Ranunculidae (e.g., Papaverales, Lardizabalaceae, Berberidaceae, Menispermaceae, Ranunculaceae) as well as “lower” Hamamelididae [e.g., Eupteleaceae (allied to Ranunculidae… CONTINUE READING
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