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Cyperaceae


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Cyperaceae

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Cyperaceae

The Floral Scales in Hellmuthia (Cyperaceae, Cyperoideae) and Paramapania (Cyperaceae, Mapanioideae): An Ontogenetic Study

Flower and Spikelet Morphology in Sawgrass, Cladium jamaicense Crantz (Cyperaceae)

Spikelet structure and development in Cyperoideae (Cyperaceae): a monopodial general model based on ontogenetic evidence

Floral Ontogeny in Scirpus, Eriophorum and Dulichium (Cyperaceae), with Special Reference to the Perianth

Floral Ontogeny in Scirpus, Eriophorum and Dulichium (Cyperaceae), with Special Reference to the Perianth

Evolution of genome size in Carex (Cyperaceae) in relation to chromosome number and genomic base composition

Simultaneous HPLC Quantitative Analysis of Nine Bioactive Constituents in Scirpus Yagara Ohwi. (Cyperaceae)

Developmental programmed cell death during asymmetric microsporogenesis in holocentric species of Rhynchospora (Cyperaceae)

Phylogenomics of C4 Photosynthesis in Sedges (Cyperaceae): Multiple Appearances and Genetic Convergence

Ecological importance of sedges: a survey of the Australasian Cyperaceae genus Lepidosperma

Analysis of retrotransposon abundance, diversity and distribution in holocentric Eleocharis (Cyperaceae) genomes

A molecular survey concerning the origin of Cyperus esculentus (Cyperaceae, Poales): two sides of the same coin (weed vs. crop)

Floral Ontogeny in Ficinia and Isolepis (Cyperaceae), with Focus on the Nature and Origin of the Gynophore

Floral ontogeny and gene protein localization rules out euanthial interpretation of reproductive units in Lepironia (Cyperaceae, Mapanioideae, Chrysitricheae)

Species coherence in the face of karyotype diversification in holocentric organisms: the case of a cytogenetically variable sedge (Carex scoparia, Cyperaceae)

 

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A family of monocotyledonous (see monocotyledon) herbs of grass-like habit that have inconspicuous, wind-pollinated flowers but solid, often trigonous stems and 3-ranked leaves. They occur mostly in wet places or on poor soils. The family contains some garden plants but they are of little economic importance. There are about 115 genera, with 3600 species.

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