The female reproductive unit of ephedra (Gnetales): comparative morphology and evolutionary perspectives.

@article{Rydin2010TheFR,
  title={The female reproductive unit of ephedra (Gnetales): comparative morphology and evolutionary perspectives.},
  author={Catarina Rydin and Anbar Khodabandeh and Peter K. Endress},
  journal={Botanical journal of the Linnean Society. Linnean Society of London},
  year={2010},
  volume={163 4},
  pages={387-430}
}
Morphological variation in Ephedra (Gnetales) is limited and confusing from an evolutionary perspective, with parallelisms and intraspecific variation. However, recent analyses of molecular data provide a phylogenetic framework for investigations of morphological traits, albeit with few informative characters in the investigated gene regions. We document morphological, anatomical and histological variation patterns in the female reproductive unit and test the hypothesis that some Early… CONTINUE READING
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