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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENANTIOSTYLY»
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Monocots: Systematics and Evolution: Systematics and Evolution
Mean selfing rates and their standard errors of experimental arrays of
Monochoria korsakovii exhibiting monomorphic versus dimorphic enantiostyly.
Three replicate arrays per treatment were run on different days. Plants originated
from seed ...
Karen Wilson, David Morrison, 2000
Pollination and Floral Ecology
Dimorphic enantiostyly R R R A. Distyly B.Tristyly L S L M S D. Enantiostyly. A
Hibiscus Gloriosa style 1. Monomorphic enantiostyly B only the second of these
being a true genetic polymorphism (Lin and Tan 2007) seemingly controlled by a
Pat Willmer, 2011
Variation: A Central Concept in Biology
Because some individual plants may have more than one flower, and the chirality
of flowers on a single plant may either be fixed or variable, Barrett et al.
distinguish “two forms of enantiostyly depending on whether both style
orientations occur ...
Benedikt Hallgrímsson, Brian K. Hall, 2011
Molecular Evolution and Adaptive Radiation
000 Long Mid A. Tristyly Short B. Monomorphism ("Homostyly") Left Right C.
Enantiostyly Figure 7.2. Schematic representation of stamen and style
configurations in the three most common floral forms in Pontederiaceae (after
Graham and ...
Thomas J. Givnish, Kenneth Jay Sytsma, 2000
A Dictionary of Plant Sciences
Empetreae See EMPETRACEAE. Empetrum (crowberry) See EMPETRACEAE,
Emsian See DEvONIAN. emu apple The fruit of Ou/enia acidula. See OWENIA.
emu bushes See EREMOPHILA; MYO— PORUM; MYOPORACEAE. enantiostyly
Michael Allaby, 2012
Evolution 50: 1454–1469.) A B Parent A Parent B normal meiosis Sperm (n=4).
Figure 13.5 Example of enantiostyly in Wachendorfia thyrsiflora (
Haemodoraceae). Note curvature of style with corresponding opposite Figure
13.6 Example of a ...
Michael G. Simpson, 2010
Using arrays of experimentally manipulated flowers to represent different
combinations of stylar deflection, they convincingly demonstrated that
enantiostyly functions to reduce geitnogamy and promote outcrossing, as
compared to populations ...
David M. Spooner, 2007
Understanding Flowers and Flowering Second Edition
Asymmetrical female reproductive organs result in a condition known as
enantiostyly, which occurs in at least 12 families of angiosperms (Endress 2001;
Jesson and Barrett 2005; see Fig. 15.3). This curving of the stigma and style to
one side ...
Beverley Glover, 2014
Handbook of Flowering
Recently, an additional function has been attributed to enantiostyly in Cyanella
alba and C. lutea. Webb and Lloyd12 suggested that spatial separation of
stamens and stigmas in these species avoids direct self-interference between
Abraham H. Halevy, 1989
Journal of Palynology
Silver Jubilee Commemoration Volume of the Journal of Palynology 1990 - 91: 7-
22 Chief Editor: Sunirmal Chanda Today 8: Tomorrow's Printers 8c Publishers,
New Delhi, India SEM STUDIES OF POLLEN IN RELATION TO ENANTIOSTYLY
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