Zygomorphy and Heteranthery in Solanum in a Phylogenetic Context

@inproceedings{Bohs2007ZygomorphyAH,
  title={Zygomorphy and Heteranthery in Solanum in a Phylogenetic Context},
  author={L. Bohs and Terri L. Weese and N. Myers and V. Lefgren and N. Thomas and A. V. Wagenen and S. Stern},
  year={2007}
}
The majority of species in the large genus Solanum (ca. 1500 species) have five-merous, radially symmetrical flowers with equal stamens. However, some Solanum species and groups are characterized by four-merous and/or zygomorphic flowers, unequal stamens and enantiostyly (styles deflected to one side of the flower). Previous workers have used flower and seed coat morphology in these unusual Solanum species as a guide to interpreting their evolutionary relationships. However, the phylogenetic… Expand
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