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Synonyms for angiosperm

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Angiosperm phylogeny inferred from 18S r DNA, rbcL, and atpB sequences.
gattii with trees is isolation of the fungus from decayed hollows of angiosperm and gymnosperm species (24,30).
However, if allowance is made for ash in the 1997 FH material, none of the measured P fractions differed appreciably from those in samples from the angiosperm conifer forests, in which net N[O.
Angiosperms have evolved a multitude of external dispersal adaptations, including wind (anemochory), water (hydrochory), animal (zoochory), and self-dispersal (autochory; Fenner, 1985).
As an initial step we are analyzing angiosperms for the presence of p80 homologous genes, using degenerate PCR primers to probe seedling tissue cDNA.
8%) taxa are endemic to this region, which forms just about 3% of the total Indian angiosperm endemics.
A model using an angiosperm seasonal study was developed.
The presence of Rugubivesiculites, the absence of angiosperm pollen and comparison with the Nova Scotia deposits suggest a late Early Cretaceous, probably Albian, age.
The invention also provides a transgenic seed plant, such as an angiosperm or gymnosperm, that contains a recombinant nucleic acid molecule of the invention.
All angiosperm subclasses had similar values around 20% except for the Arecidae with 10% and Hamamelidae with 60%.
A fruit is defined as the mature ovary of an angiosperm - it develops from the reproductive structures of a flowering plant.
He will revise the family Tiliaceae for the Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak, the Tree Flora of Brunei Darussalam, and the Angiosperm Flora of Singapore.
However, this knowledge is far to be complete, especially if we consider the basal angiosperm taxa and monocots.