Triaperturate pollen in the monocotyledons: configurations and conjectures

@article{Harley2003TriaperturatePI,
  title={Triaperturate pollen in the monocotyledons: configurations and conjectures},
  author={Madeline M. Harley},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2003},
  volume={247},
  pages={75-122}
}
Triaperturate pollen are known in at least twenty seven genera of monocotyledons. Differences between aperture type and polarity indicate that the development of three apertures has occurred a number of times. Mode of cytokinesis during microsporogenesis is compared with differences in aperture configuration, to assess the extent to which this appears to influence aperture arrangement. Triapertury in monocot pollen tends to fall into one or another of three situations: 1) it is the normal state… CONTINUE READING
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