Podocarpaceae


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For example, some genera of Podocarpaceae (Podocarpus--Tomlinson et al.
Contrasted pollen capture mechanism in Phyllocladaceae and certain Podocarpaceae (Coniferales).
5d-f), in Pinaceae (except Larix, Pseudotsuga and Tsuga); and Podocarpaceae (except Saxegothaea, Fig.
This occurs in all genera except the four exceptional genera without sacci included in the Pinaceae (3) and Podocarpaceae (1) (Fig.
Correlations between structure of pollen and cone features have the most complete explanation, presented here for the Podocarpaceae and Pinaceae, in relation to their saccate pollen.
mesothermal families such as Podocarpaceae, Araucariaceae, Myrtaceae,
Late Oligocene floras are dominated by forests of Podocarpaceae,
Forests were dominated by southern elements of the Podocarpaceae,
Four modern taxa representing the Araucariaceae, Cephalotaxaceae, Pinaceae, and Podocarpaceae were analyzed by the exhaustive search option with the Majonicaceae, using Ernestiodendron and Moyliostrobus together as the outgroup.
The Cephalotaxaceae appears as a sister group with the Araucariaceae in the tree summarizing the immunological studies of Price and Lowenstein (1989), which did not include the Taxaceae, and it is a sister group with the Podocarpaceae in my 1988 study.
For example, how effective are the sacci of Pinaceae and Podocarpaceae in increasing drag and decreasing particle density?
This contrasts with the strobilus in Juniperus and in the other gymnosperm family with a fleshy reproductive structure, the Podocarpaceae.
In recognition of differing origins of these features of the female reproductive structure, the two genera are now placed in the Cephalotaxaceae and the Podocarpaceae, respectively.
The gymnospermous family Podocarpaceae, sometimes referred to as "southern conifers," has an ancient history and relict distribution combined with extensive and extreme variation in chromosome number of its diploid species (Hair, 1963, 1966; Hair & Beuzenberg, 1958a, 1958b).
The remarkable diversity in the Podocarpaceae certainly involves either fusion or fission or a combination of both, and its solution could add significantly to the general problem.