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Araceae


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Araceae

Araceae

Araceae

Cellular Ultrastructure and Crystal Development in Amorphophallus (Araceae)

Developmental changes in the ultrastructure of the Sauromatum guttatum (Araceae) mitochondria

Unusual Metaxylem Tracheids in Petioles of Amorphophallus (Araceae) Giant Leaves

Homeosis in Araceae Flowers: The Case of Philodendron melinonii

Quantitative Developmental Analysis of Homeotic Changes in the Inflorescence of Philodendron (Araceae)

Study of Homeosis in the Flower of Philodendron (Araceae): a Qualitative and Quantitative Approach

Combining FISH and model-based predictions to understand chromosome evolution in Typhonium (Araceae)

Application of Two Mathematical Models to the Araceae, a Family of Plants with Enigmatic Phyllotaxis

Interactions Between Physical and Biological Constraints in the Structure of the Inflorescences of the Araceae

Multiple acquisitions via horizontal transfer of a group I intron in the mitochondrial cox1 gene during evolution of the Araceae family.

Reevaluation of the cox1 Group I Intron in Araceae and Angiosperms Indicates a History Dominated by Loss rather than Horizontal Transfer

A Preliminary Study of Genetic Variation in Populations of Monstera adansonii var. klotzschiana (Araceae) from North-East Brazil, Estimated with AFLP Molecular Markers

Maximum likelihood inference implies a high, not a low, ancestral haploid chromosome number in Araceae, with a critique of the bias introduced by ‘x’

Biogeography of the Pistia Clade (Araceae): Based on Chloroplast and Mitochondrial DNA Sequences and Bayesian Divergence Time Inference

Phylogenetic Analysis Informed by Geological History Supports Multiple, Sequential Invasions of the Mediterranean Basin by the Angiosperm Family Araceae

Intergeneric and Interspecific Relationships in Araceae tribe Caladieae and Development of Molecular Markers using Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP)

 

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A major family of monocotyledons comprising tiny to giant herbs and many bole climbers, which produce sap with irritant crystals. The leaves commonly have net-veins. Flowers are borne in a spike (spadix) subtended by an often colourful spathe; they are small, usually unisexual, the male apical (see raceme), and usually lack a perianth. The fruit is a berry. There are 106 genera, and about 2950 species, with pantropical distribution (especially America), with temperate outliers.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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