Proteaceae Floral Crops: Cultivar Development and Underexploited Uses*

  • Kenneth W. Leonhardt, Richard A. Criley
  • Published 2001

Abstract

The Proteaceae apparently originated on the southern supercontinent Gondwana long before it divided and began drifting apart during the Mesozoic era, accounting for the presence of the Proteaceae on all of the southern continents (Brits 1984a). The Protea family comprises about 1400 species in over 60 genera, of which over 800 species in 45 genera are from… (More)

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@inproceedings{Leonhardt2001ProteaceaeFC, title={Proteaceae Floral Crops: Cultivar Development and Underexploited Uses*}, author={Kenneth W. Leonhardt and Richard A. Criley}, year={2001} }