Ceratopteris


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Genetic variation and gene flow in the endangered aquatic fern Ceratopteris pteridoides in China, and conservation implications.
Ceratopteris richardii, Horned Fern, occurs in southern Louisiana and southern Alabama.
Gene expression associated with apogamy commitment in Ceratopteris richardii.
Jeremy Appelbaum, William Gil and Allen Shin will share a $100,000 college scholarship for their project, COP1 Arrests Photomorphogenesis in Dark Grown Gametophytes of Ceratopteris richardii; A Study of COP1 in Cryptogams.
There are two basic morphologies among gametophytes of Ceratopteris richardii, the large meristic hermaphrodite and the small ameristic male.
Skelton 2:00 PELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF COLONIZATION PATTERNS OF STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATES ON ARTIFICIAL SUBSTRATE**, Chris Pace*, Michael Bryan, Katie Smith, Josh Ellis, Jules Toraya and Alan Smith 2:15 THE EFFECT OF IMPORTED FIRE ANTS (SOLENOPSIS INVICTA) ON ARTHROPOD COMMUNITIES WITHIN EASTERN BLUEBIRD NESTING TERRITORIES**, Bethany Daniel* and Amanda Watkins 2:30 CONVERSION OF MALE GAMETOPHYTES TO HERMAPHRODITES IN CERATOPTERIS RICHARDII.
Ultrastructure, differentiation and cell wall texture of trichoblasts and root hairs of Ceratopteris thalictroides (L.
The Ceratopteris found in the Hawaiian Islands included a newly described taxon, C.
In their project,COP1 Arrests Photomorphogenesis in Dark Grown Gametophytes of Ceratopteris richardii; A Study of COP1 in Cryptogams, the team established a new model system to research COP-1.
A method of producing STS (Sequence Tagged Site) markers from RAPDs (Random Amplified Polymorphic DNAs) in Ceratopteris richardii.
Measurements of the mitotic index, cell division cycles, and nuclear DNA for different shoot apical zones of Ceratopteris, Azolla, and Nephrolepis indicate that the shoot apical cell in these species divides as frequently as or more actively than subjacent cells (Gifford et al.
Cryptic species in the fern Ceratopteris thalictroides (L.
10:30 OCCURRENCE AND GENETIC CONSEQUENCES OF SELF-FERTILIZATION IN THE HOMOSPOROUS FERN CERATOPTERIS RICHARDII (C-FERN), Brian W.
Asexual reproduction, on the other hand, has been associated with low genetic variability by decreasing the effective population size in species such as Ceratopteris pteridoides (Chen et al.