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International Journal of Plant Sciences, ISSN 1058-5893, 06/2013, Volume 174, Issue 5, pp. 818 - 831
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NEW PHYTOLOGIST, ISSN 0028-646X, 10/2017, Volume 216, Issue 2, pp. 361 - 366
Ranunculales, the sister group to all other eudicots, encompasses species with a remarkable floral diversity, which are currently emerging as new model... 
evo-devo | floral symmetry | Ranunculales | PLANT SCIENCES | FUNCTIONALIZATION | PETAL IDENTITY | COLUMBINE | PERIANTH | ASYMMETRY | floral organ identity | DISYMMETRY | convergent evolution | MEADOW-RUES THALICTRUM | GENES | ZYGOMORPHY | flower development
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Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, ISSN 0034-6667, 11/2018, Volume 258, pp. 83 - 97
In this paper, we examine the diversity and character transformation in pollen morphology and ultrastructure (of the pollen wall and aperture system) of the... 
Pollen ultrastructure | Pollen evolution | Chelidonieae | Papaveraceae | Pollen morphology | PHYLOGENY | WALL DEVELOPMENT | PLANT SCIENCES | EUDICOTS | PALEONTOLOGY | RANUNCULALES | SUBFAMILY FUMARIOIDEAE | SPORODERM DEVELOPMENT | Phylogeny
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Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, ISSN 1433-8319, 2009, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 81 - 110
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NEW PHYTOLOGIST, ISSN 0028-646X, 10/2018, Volume 220, Issue 1, pp. 317 - 331
Angiosperms possess enormous morphological variation in plant architectures and floral forms. Previous studies in Pentapetalae and monocots have demonstrated... 
TCP | virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) | AXILLARY BUD OUTGROWTH | MODEL | Papaveraceae | Ranunculales | PLANT SCIENCES | FLOWER DEVELOPMENT | PERIANTH | ORIGIN | Cysticapnos | SYMMETRY | POPPY ESCHSCHOLZIA-CALIFORNICA | Eschscholzia | ZYGOMORPHY | CYCLOIDEA | GENE SILENCING VIGS
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PhytoKeys, ISSN 1314-2011, 06/2018, Volume 100, pp. 9 - 89
A monograph of Curarea, a neotropical genus in the plant family Menispermaceae, is presented. Curarea is distinguished from related genera by the combination... 
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by Wang, RB and Ni, WY and Xu, WJ and Gui, ZW and Zhou, SB
PHYTOKEYS, ISSN 1314-2011, 07/2019, Volume 128, Issue 128, pp. 47 - 55
Clematis guniuensis sp. nov., a new narrowly endemic species of Clematis, is described and illustrated from the Huangshan Mountains of Eastern China. A... 
Anhui | REVISION | Early diverging eudicots | Taxonomy | Ranunculales | PLANT SCIENCES | Physical characteristics | New species | Endemic species
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Flora, ISSN 0367-2530, 05/2018, Volume 242, pp. 128 - 136
•Staminal nectaries present in bisymmetric and zygomorphic flowers of Papaveraceae.•Lamprocapnos nectary has epidermis, hypodermis, parenchyma, Arber tissue... 
Nectary | Fumarioideae | Ultrastructure | Papaveraceae | Lamprocapnos spectabilis | Ranunculales | PHYLOGENY | CLASSIFICATION | PLANT SCIENCES | EUDICOTS | ANATOMY | MORPHOGENESIS | EVOLUTION | ECOLOGY | FLORAL DEVELOPMENT | SECRETION | FLOWER
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PhytoKeys, ISSN 1314-2011, 2019, Volume 128, Issue 1, p. 47
, a new narrowly endemic species of , is described and illustrated from the Huangshan Mountains of Eastern China. A description of is presented along with... 
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PhytoKeys, ISSN 1314-2011, 2019, Volume 124, Issue 2, p. 77
A new species, Z.W.Wang & H.C.Xi, is described and illustrated based on collections from the Yueliang Mountains in Congjiang County of Guizhou, Southwestern... 
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Environmental Entomology, ISSN 0046-225X, 09/2019, Volume 48, Issue 5, pp. 1071 - 1078
Abstract Arthropod food webs can be indirectly impacted by woody plant invasions, with cascading consequences for higher trophic levels. There are multiple... 
PLANT INVASION | ENTOMOLOGY | invasive species | EARTHWORM | ABUNDANCE | food webs | below-ground interaction | arthropod | DIVERSITY | above-ground interaction | IMPACTS | ECOSYSTEMS | UNDERSTORY | New York | Forests | Animals | Ecosystem | Japan | Arthropods | Berberis | Berberidaceae | Ranunculales
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PhytoKeys, ISSN 1314-2011, 2019, Issue 115, p. 83
Erst & Luferov, , a new species from Russian South Siberia is described and illustrated. This new species is endemic to Western and Central Siberia.... 
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PhytoKeys, ISSN 1314-2011, 2019, Volume 124, Issue 124, pp. 77 - 85
A new species, Dysosma villosa Z.W.Wang & H.CXi, is described and illustrated based on collections from the Yueliang Mountains in Congjiang County of Guizhou,... 
Podophylloideae | Podophyllum | Berberidaceae | Dysosma | Asia | Ranunculales | PHYLOGENY | PODOPHYLLOTOXIN | PLANT SCIENCES | Leaves | New species | Flowers | Stigmas (botany) | Stems | Physical characteristics
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