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Proteaceae


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Proteaceae

Proteaceae

Ultrastructure of Macadamia (Proteaceae) Embryos: Implications for their Breakage Properties

Molecular Variation and Fingerprinting of Leucadendron Cultivars (Proteaceae) by ISSR Markers

Seed Coat Dormancy in Two Species of Grevillea(Proteaceae)

The Effect of Supplementary Pollination on Nut Set of Macadamia (Proteaceae)

Uncoupled Geographical Variation between Leaves and Flowers in a South-Andean Proteaceae

Limitations to Reproductive Output and Genetic Rescue in Populations of the Rare Shrub Grevillea repens (Proteaceae)

Adaptation for rodent pollination in Leucospermum arenarium (Proteaceae) despite rapid pollen loss during grooming

Maintenance of strong morphological differentiation despite ongoing natural hybridization between sympatric species of Lomatia (Proteaceae)

Tissue and cellular phosphorus storage during development of phosphorus toxicity in Hakea prostrata (Proteaceae)

Pollination and Resource Constraints on Fruit Set and Fruit Size ofPersoonia rigida(Proteaceae)

Somatic mutations contribute to genotypic diversity in sterile and fertile populations of the threatened shrub, Grevillea rhizomatosa (Proteaceae)

Cluster Roots of Leucadendron laureolum (Proteaceae) and Lupinus albus (Fabaceae) Take Up Glycine Intact: An Adaptive Strategy to Low Mineral Nitrogen in Soils?

Effects of Three Nickel Salts on Germinating Seeds of Grevillea exul var. rubiginosa, an Endemic Serpentine Proteaceae

Senescence-inducible cell wall and intracellular purple acid phosphatases: implications for phosphorus remobilization in Hakea prostrata (Proteaceae) and Arabidopsis thaliana (Brassicaceae)

Spatial genetic structure reflects extensive clonality, low genotypic diversity and habitat fragmentation in Grevillea renwickiana (Proteaceae), a rare, sterile shrub from south-eastern Australia

Early Lignotuber Formation in Banksia—Investigations into the Anatomy of the Cotyledonary Node of TwoBanksia (Proteaceae) Species

Identification of the seasonal conditions required for dormancy break of Persoonia longifolia (Proteaceae), a species with a woody indehiscent endocarp

 

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One of the most distinctive plant families in the southern hemisphere, comprising trees and shrubs in which the leaves are entire or divided, spiral, without stipules, leathery, and commonly xeromorphic. The flowers are usually held in showy, dense inflorescences. They are usually hermaphrodite and zygomorphic, with 4 tepals (often becoming recurved), 4 scales, 4 stamens (often epipetalous), and a superior, unilocular ovary, with 1 to many ovules. The fruits are various. There are 75 genera, comprising about 1350 species, occuring in the southern hemisphere, and developed strongly in S. Africa and Australia.

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