2 edition of comparative pollen morphology of the Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae found in the catalog.
comparative pollen morphology of the Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae
Jeremy Paul Minkin
Written in English
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Comparative pollen morphology has been studied for about years beginning with workers like MO HL () and HASSELL (). The subject was adopted by workers in the classical German school of pla n t taxonomy of the late 19th and early 20th century a s for example the works of HALL IER () on Convolvulaceae and URBAN () on. Pollen and Spore Morphology/ Plant Taxonomy by Erdtman, G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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Abstract The pollen morphology of 13 taxa (34 specimens) of the genera Glechoma L., and Marmoritis Benth. was investigated in detail using light, scanning electron, and transmission electron microscopy. Pollen grains of all studied taxa are small to large in size (P= – μm, E= – μm), prolate‐spheroidal to prolate in shape and mostly hexacolpate (the amb more or less. Author: Anjum Created Date: 6/9/ AM.
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Pollen morphology of the Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae. - GranaUppsala 15 February ISSN The Scrophulariaceae is a large family of primarily herbaceous plants, containing some members which are root parasites, while others are non-parasitic.
The parasites are all. The resulting data showed no clear differences between the pollen of the Orobanchaceae and that of the rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae. The grains were typically isopolar, radially symmetrical, more or less spheroidal, and tricolpate. The most common exine surface sculpturing was by: Pollen morphology of 17 species of the genus Verbascum (Scrophulariaceae s.
str.) was examined using the light and scanning electron microscopy. Pollen grains of 14 species are described in detail. Pollen morphology of some Verbascum (Scrophulariaceae) taxa in Turkey Article (PDF Available) in Phytotaxa (2) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Pollen morphology of 36 species representing 14 genera within the tribe Rhinantheae in the family Orobanchaceae was studied and illustrated with light microscopy (LM) and Cited by: Abstract.
A comparative palynological study of 25 taxa of the genus Orobanche L. belonging to section Trionychon Wallr. and section Orobanche L. was carried out. A clear difference between the pollen grains of section Trionychon and section Orobanche was observed.
The grains of section Trionychon are typically tricolpate, radially symmetrical, more or less oblate spheroidal, with a. Plant microtechnique, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York () JP Minkin, WH EshbaughPollen morphology of the Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae.
Grana, 28 (), pp. Google Scholar. U MolauThe genus Bartsia(Scrophulariaceae—Rhinanthoidea). the Korea Red Data Book (Ministry of the Environment of Ko-rea, ).
As ofit is also protected under the Endan- Pollen morphology of the Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae.
Grana 1 – O LMSTEAD, R. G., C. DEPAMPHILIS, A. W In. Pollen morphology of six species representing three genera of tribe Aptosimeae and six species representing two genera of tribe Myoporeae (Scrophulariaceae) is described and illustrated using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).Pollen grains in Aptosimeae are 3-syncolporate, prolate, sometimes oblate-spheroidal in shape; mainly medium-sized, occasionally in.
Pollen morphology of nine species belonging to six genera of tribe Hemimerideae (representing the basalmost clade of Scrophulariaceae ) was studied and illustrated with light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
Pollen grains in Hemimerideae are 3- or 6–8-colpate or 3- or 5–8-colporate, prolate, spheroidal or oblate-spheroidal in shape; they are mainly medium-sized. Floral diversification in the genus Pedicularis (Orobanchaceae) is remarkable among flowering plants.
In this genus, floral morphology and pollinator behavior are closely co-adaptive. In the current paper, pollen grains of 23 representative species of Pedicularis mainly from North America, with two species from Japan and two species from China, whose pollination ecology was previously. Paulownia has been placed alternately in the Scrophulariaceae s.l., Bignoniaceae, or assigned to a family of its own (48; 8).
It is distinctively different from Orobanchaceae, Scrophulariaceae s.s. and Phrymaceae in its woody habit, capsule with a persistent woody. Micromorphology of seeds and pollen of Orobanche alsatica, O. bartlingii and O. mayeri, the central European representatives of the O.
alsatica aggregate (Orobanchaceae) was investigated on the basis of 32 samples from 18 localities in Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Russia.
Concerning seeds, the best taxonomic character is a narrow trough on external. In a paper on pollen morphology of Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae, Minkin & Esbaugh () found that the most common exine surface sculpturing was retipilate in these two groups, whereas the predominant exine surface was.
pollen grains. Pollen morphology supports the suggestion of a close relationship between Linaria, Antirrhinum, Misopates and Cymbalaria. The genera Chaenorhinum and Kickxia have the distinctive palynomorphological characters.
Key words: Scrophulariaceae, Veronicaceae, Antirrhineae, pollen grains, morphology, sculpture, taxonomy. Scrophulariaceae - Rhinanthoideae - Buchnereae - *Orobanche L.
Description: Holoparasitic, annual herbs attached to roots, lacking chlorophyll, variously coloured, usually ± covered with gland-tipped papillose hairs; stems solitary or fascicled, simple or branched usually from base, fleshy but slender.
Pollen morphology of several parasitic or hemiparasitic taxa of Orobanchaceae (previously included in tribe Rhinantheae) have been studied by number of workers such as Erdtman () examined the pollen of two species of Pedicularis L. and Lathraea L. Minkin & Eshbaugh () examined the pollen.
The pollen of all six species of Lyperia (Scrophulariaceae, tribe Manuleae) was investigated by light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy of whole and fractured grains.
Pollen grains in Lyperia antirrhinoides (L.f.) Hilliard, Lyperia formosa Hilliard, Lyperia tenuiflora Benth., and Lyperia violacea (Jarosz) Benth. differed from those in Lyperia tristis (L.f.) Benth.
and Lyperia. Pollen morphology and its relationship to taxonomy of the genus Sarracenia (Sarraceniaceae) W. Oswald P 1,2 P, E. Doughty P 2 P, G. Ne’eman P 3 P, R. Ne’eman P 4 P, and A.
Ellison P 2. P P P P 1 PScience Program, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Emerson College, Boston, MA 2 P Harvard Forest, Harvard University, North Main Street, Petersham, MA. Pollen morphology of the Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae with reference to their taxonomy.
In: Weber HC, Forstreuter W, eds. Parasitic flowering plants (Proceedings of the 4th ISPFP) Marburg: Philipps‐Universität, – MinkinPJ, Eshbaugh WH Pollen morphology of the Orobanchaceae and rhinanthoid Scrophulariaceae. The Australian Journal of Botany is an international journal publishing original research encompassing all plant groups including fossil plants.
Plant science areas covered by the scope are as follows: ecology and ecophysiology, conservation biology and biodiversity, forest biology and management, cell and molecular biology, palaeobotany, reproductrive biology and genetics, mycology and.Within the traditional family Scrophulariaceae, Pedicularis was originally placed in tribe Rhinantheae Benth.
Since then, this genus, along with other hemiparasitic rhinanthoids, has been transferred to Orobanchaceae based on molecular evidence and pollen morphology (Minkin and Eshbaugh, ; dePamphilis et al., ; Young et al., This contrasts with the morphology‐based classification of Fischer, which placed most holoparasites in tribe Orobancheae.
Schneeweiss provided an excellent summary of the state of knowledge on Orobanchaceae phylogeny at that time. In that chapter, the phylogenetic relationships of the various clades in the family were discussed, and five.