Variation and similarities in pollen features in some basal angiosperms, with some taxonomic implications

@article{Sampson2006VariationAS,
  title={Variation and similarities in pollen features in some basal angiosperms, with some taxonomic implications},
  author={F. Sampson},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2006},
  volume={263},
  pages={59-75}
}
  • F. Sampson
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Plant Systematics and Evolution
  • Species within three families of basal angiosperms (Trimeniaceae, Winteraceae, Monimiaceae) illustrate differences and similarities in pollen within a species, between species and between genera. Trimenia papuana (Trimeniaceae) has dimorphic pollen (inaperturate, polyforate), each confined to different individual plants. Other species have either disulculate or polyforate pollen. Evolution seems to be from disulculate to inaperturate to polyforate. Present-day Winteraceae have pollen in… CONTINUE READING
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