Towards an organismic concept of land plants: The marginal blastozone and the development of the vegetation body of selected frondose gametophytes of liverworts and ferns

@article{Hagemann2004TowardsAO,
  title={Towards an organismic concept of land plants: The marginal blastozone and the development of the vegetation body of selected frondose gametophytes of liverworts and ferns},
  author={W. Hagemann},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={216},
  pages={81-133}
}
  • W. Hagemann
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Plant Systematics and Evolution
  • An organismic concept of land plants is outlined, which is based on a synthesis of plant morphology and plant anatomy. The entire plant, the living unity, is conceived as the organism being subdivided into cells, which cannot be interpreted as organisms themselves in the sense of elementary organisms. The evolution of land plant tissue systems is discussed in the introductive chapter.To test the proposed concept, some frondose plants were selected from liverworts (Pellia epiphylla, Metzgeria… CONTINUE READING
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