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Type: Artigo
Title: The unique morphology of resin-producing multilocellate anthers and their evolution in Clusia (Clusiaceae)
Author: Amaral, Maria do Carmo E.
Bittrich, Volker
Endress, Peter K.
Stevens, Peter F.
Abstract: Clusia shows high infrageneric and sometimes infraspecific diversity in growth form, floral morphology and pollination biology. Species offering floral resin as a reward to pollinating bees often show unique androecial structures. We investigate the stame
Subject: Estames
Flores - Anatomia
Flores - Morfologia
Resinas vegetais
Flowers - Anatomy
Flowers - Morphology
Resins, Plant
Country: Inglaterra
Editor: Wiley
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1093/botlinnean/box015
Date Issue: 2017
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