Sporoderm homologies and morphogenesis in land plants, with a discussion of Echinops sphaerocephala (Compositae)

@inproceedings{Blackmore1990SporodermHA,
  title={Sporoderm homologies and morphogenesis in land plants, with a discussion of Echinops sphaerocephala (Compositae)},
  author={Stephen Blackmore},
  year={1990}
}
  • Stephen Blackmore
  • Published 1990
  • Biology
  • The requirement for an understanding of sporoderm homologies in systematic palynology is discussed. Ontogenetic investigations are considered a primary source of information for determining homologies. The developmental pathways of microsporogenesis are discussed in an attempt to determine the pattern of morphogenetic processes present in land plant groups. Perispore is identified as a layer whose relations to other sporoderm components, particularly the ectexine of pollen grains, are poorly… CONTINUE READING

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