Phylogenetic evaluation of pollen and orbicule morphology in Rosaceae tribe Neillieae (subfamily Amygdaloideae)

@article{Song2017PhylogeneticEO,
  title={Phylogenetic evaluation of pollen and orbicule morphology in Rosaceae tribe Neillieae (subfamily Amygdaloideae)},
  author={Jun-Ho Song and Hye-Kyoung Moon and Min-Kyeong Oak and Suk-Pyo Hong},
  journal={Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={183},
  pages={439-453}
}
Palynological characteristics were examined in Rosaceae tribe Neillieae, comprising the genera Neillia , Physocarpus and Stephanandra . Physocarpus insularis and some taxa of Spiraea were also examined to evaluate the potential usefulness of pollen traits in taxonomic and phylogenetic studies of Rosaceae. Pollen grains of Neillieae are monads, tricolporate, small to medium in size [polar axis ( P ) = 13.4–45.8 μ m, equatorial diameter ( E ) = 14.3–39.9 μ m] and oblate to prolate in shape ( P… 

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