Pollen morphology of the Thymelaeaceae in relation to its taxonomy

@article{Herber2002PollenMO,
  title={Pollen morphology of the Thymelaeaceae in relation to its taxonomy},
  author={Birgit Herber},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2002},
  volume={232},
  pages={107-121}
}
 Pollen morphology of the four subfamilies of Thymelaeaceae sensu Domke (1934) was examined using LM, SEM and TEM. The variation of the exine architecture allows to distinguish four pollen types and three subtypes. Distribution of pollen types proves to be widely correlated with the occurrence of characters from wood anatomy and flower morphology. If pollen types are connected with subfamilies sensu Domke (1934), Gonystyloideae, Thymelaeoideae and Synandrodaphnoideae are stenopalynous, whereas… CONTINUE READING