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- Schönenberger, Jürg, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- American journal of botany 2014 v.101 no.2 pp. 225-243
- Rafflesiaceae; X-radiation; buds; carpels; flowering; flowers; ovules; scanning electron microscopy; shoots; tomography
- ... • Premise of the study: The holoparasitic plant family Rafflesiaceae include the world’s largest flowers. Despite their iconic status, relatively little is known about the morphology and development of their flowers. A recent study clarified the organization of the outer (sterile) floral organs, surprisingly revealing that their distinctive floral chambers arose via different developmental pathway ...