10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENANTIOSTYLOUS»
Discover the use of enantiostylous
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to enantiostylous
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Monocots: Systematics and Evolution: Systematics and Evolution
3 illustrates the two enantiostylous conditions in Monochoria korsakovii of
Pontederiaceae (see also Wangffd/. 1995) and Wachendorfia paniculata of
Haemodora- ceae (see also Ornduff and Dulberger 1978), respectively. Most
workers have ...
Karen Wilson, David Morrison, 2000
Molecular Evolution and Adaptive Radiation
We did not count as enantiostylous those species that possess flowers with bent
styles but that lack a "handedness," such as Hydrothix gardneri (Rutishauser
1983) and H. dubia in Pontederiaceae. Only two genera in Haemodoraceae ...
Thomas J. Givnish, Kenneth Jay Sytsma, 2000
However, enantiostylous, C. auriculaia outbreeding mechanism appears to be
not efficient (Bahadur er aI., 1986). The pollination reuslts briefly discussed
clearly elicit that the heterostameny in enantisotylous species appears to be
similar to ...
Cape Plants: A Conspectus of the Cape Flora of South Africa
Flowers in a corymbose panicle, enantiostylous, mauve, tepals ovate, long
stamens about as long as tepals, with anthers half as long as anther of short
stamen. Aug. -Jan. Sandstone slopes and flats, NW, SW (Tulbagh to Hottentots
Peter Goldblatt, John Craige Manning, 2000
An Ear To The Ground: Understanding Your Garden
Bees, which are the typical pollinators of enantiostylous plants, tend to get pollen
on one side oftheir bodies when visiting one morph, which means it's in the right
place to pollinate the other morph. Most enantiostylous plants have the morphs ...
Floral Diagrams: An Aid to Understanding Flower Morphology ...
Wachendorfia produces enantiostylous flowers, with left and right flowers
differing in the orientation of the three stamens and style (Vogel, 1998b). The
style of several Haemodoraceae, including Xiphidium, is also obliquely inserted.
Louis P. Ronse De Craene, 2010
A Dictionary of Plant Sciences
... of enantiostylous plants (see ENAN— TIOsTYLY). Heteranthery has evolved in
more than 20 families and occurs frequently in the *Caesalpinoideae, *
Pontederiaceae, and *Solanaceae. hetero- A prefix meaning 'different from',
derived from ...
Plant Reproductive Ecology : Patterns and Strategies: ...
Since no relatives of enantiostylous plants are heterostylous, it seems unlikely
that the polymorphisms are related in any way, except in as much as they may
represent distinctive and independent responses to selection favoring
Jon and Lesley Lovett-Doust Professor of Biology the University of Windsor, 1988
Mycoheterotrophy: The Biology of Plants Living on Fungi
Most Exacum species have bright colored enantiostylous flowers suggesting
pollination by bees, however no thorough pollination studies have been yet
performed on Exacum. Exacum contains four achlorophyllous species (E. loheri,
Variation: A Central Concept in Biology
the same direction and where direction of asymmetry is inherited—is actually
rather rare among enantiostylous plants. It occurs in only five species from three
families. In sharp contrast, monomorphic enantiostyly—where styles on flowers of
Benedikt Hallgrímsson, Brian K. Hall, 2011