angiosperm


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Angiosperms are an important member of the plant kingdom, and their origin has been the topic of long-standing debate among evolutionary biologists.
Ray tracheids have been reported in one angiosperm, Tetracentron (Kedrov, 2012).
APG is an international group of botanists who agree on a system of taxonomy (how to classify organisms), particularly flowering plants (also known as angiosperms) based on new knowledge.
The structural and phylogenetic analysis based on comparison with the YABBY orthologs revealed that each MhyYABBY belonged to one of the four highly conserved clades in the angiosperm YABBY family [94].
The present study was conducted to provide a check list of angiosperms for plant conservation.
Response of the pine engraver, Ips pini (Say) (Coleoptera: Scolytidae), to conophthorin and other angiosperm bark volatiles in the avoidance of non-hosts.
The syncyte formation has so far been observed in a number of angiosperms, but in the presently investigated species the syncytes, multivalents, and cytomixis are reported for the first time.
Seed ferns from the late Paleozoic and Mesozoic: any angiosperm ancestors lurking there?
A classificacao taxonomica desta familia abrange 2.361 especies dentro de 189 generos (Angiosperm Phylogeny Website, 2008).
A further assessment of available-N status was provided by a comparison with other New Zealand forest sites on Orthic Pumice soils that supported mixed angiosperm and conifer species.
Secondary growth is rapid and extensive; thus, conifer wood is usually considered to be softwood, and angiosperm wood is considered to be hardwood, but the distinction is far from absolute.