angiopteris


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Related to angiopteris: Angiopteris evecta, Marattia
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highly variable species of very large primitive ferns of the Pacific tropical areas with high rainfall

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Table 1 Fern and lycophyte plastomes sequenced to date (from various sources, including GenBank, National Center for Biotechnology Information, USA) Species Base Genes Pairs Ferns Adiantum capillus-veneris 150,568 130 Alsophila spinulosa 156,661 133 Angiopteris evecta 153,901 141 Cheilanthes lindheimeri 155,770 Not specified Equisetum arvense 133,309 132 Equisetum hyemale 131,760 132 Lygodium japonicum 157,260 131 Marsilea crenata 151,628 129 Ophioglossum californicum 138,270 130 Psilotum nudum 138,829 150 Pteridium aquilinum 152,362 Not specified Lycophytes Huperzia lucidula 154,373 129 Isoetes flaccida 145,303 136 Selaginella moellendorfii 143,780 Not specified Selaginella uncinata 144,170 Not specified Species Associated reference Ferns Adiantum capillus-veneris Wolf et al.
1998) compararon las esporas de varias especies de Angiopteris con las de otros generos de Marattiaceae, incluyendo cuatro especies neotropicales de Marattia (M.
Los tipos pustulados son similares a los observados en Angiopteris.
Within the marattialean clade, the Paleozoic genus Psaronius is sister to the living genera Marattia + Angiopteris.
Progressing distally from the root, Psilophyton crenulatum, the most basal clade, comprises the psilotophytes Psilotum + Tmesipteris, followed by the equisetophyte Equisetum, the seed plant Pinus, the ophioglossalean ferns Ophioglossum + Botrychium, the marattiaceous ferns Marattia + Angiopteris, and the "leptosporangiate" clade that consists of the Filicales + the Hydropteridales [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED].
Although Frank (1868) found schizogenous development in most species, he did report apparent resorption of cells in secretory ducts of Angiopteris and Tilia.
Similarly, a study of shoot apices of Angiopteris, has found that both large and small shoots usually have regularly segmenting single apical cells but that some (cultivated) shoots show irregular cell patterns in which it was difficult to recognize an apical cell (Imaichi, 1986).
Surface-viewed shoot apex of Angiopteris lygodiifolia Ros.