Symmetry in Flowers: Diversity and Evolution.

@article{Endress1999SymmetryIF,
  title={Symmetry in Flowers: Diversity and Evolution.},
  author={Endress},
  journal={International journal of plant sciences},
  year={1999},
  volume={160 S6},
  pages={S3-S23}
}
  • Endress
  • Published 1999 in International journal of plant sciences
This article traces research on floral symmetry back to its beginnings. It brings together recent advances from different fields that converge in floral symmetry and new unpublished material on diversity and development of floral symmetry. During floral development, symmetry may change: monosymmetric flowers may have a polysymmetric early phase; polysymmetric flowers may have a monosymmetric or even asymmetric early phase; more than one symmetry change is also possible. In Lamiales s.l… CONTINUE READING
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