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- Hernandes-Lopes, José, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Revista brasileira de botânica 2018 v.41 no.3 pp. 751-764
- Aizoaceae; Liliopsida; leaf blade; leaf primordia; ontogeny; vascular bundles; xylem
- ... Unifacial leaves are described in different angiosperm groups, especially in monocotyledons, which show anatomical and molecular evidence of an abaxialization process. Among the structural characters, the anatomy of epidermis and growth tissues has been reported. Special focus has been given to vascularization patterns, such as the presence and organization of peripheral vascular bundles. In the A ...
- Hernandes‐Lopes, José, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Thenew phytologist 2018 v.218 no.3 pp. 944-958
- Bignoniaceae; Cucurbitaceae; Fabaceae; Passifloraceae; Vitaceae; branches; embryophytes; inflorescences; models; molecular genetics; ontogeny; phylogeny
- ... The climbing habit has evolved multiple times during the evolutionary history of angiosperms. Plants evolved various strategies for climbing, such as twining stems, tendrils and hooks. Tendrils are threadlike organs with the ability to twine around other structures through helical growth; they may be derived from a variety of structures, such as branches, leaflets and inflorescences. The genetic c ...