A revised system of classification of the angiosperms
Comparison of selected soil properties from the 3 Turangi stands of different age sampled under manuka and kanuka in February 1997 and from sites under indigenous forests of mixed angiosperm
and conifer species growing in soils formed in rhyolitic tephras of volcanic origin (e.
Most studies concerning frugivory and endozoochory center on avian and mammalian systems (Braun and Brooks, 1987) partly because they are viewed as the most important dispersers of seeds of modern gymnosperms and angiosperms
(Fleming and Lips, 1991); however, reptiles also can play an important selective force in evolution of angiosperms
This will pave the way for the recovery, restoration and conservation of this and other economically important and critically endangered, narrow endemic angiosperms
of Kashmir, thereby providing long-term backup collections for sustained use by the local populace.
Parietal tapeta are the dominant type in land plants and occur in the extant 'basal' angiosperm
groups and in most fossil taxa.
One promising compound, conophthorin, is associated with the bark of a variety of angiosperm
trees and is also produced by several Scolytinae (Huber et al.
A number of torus-bearing angiosperm
species are xerophytes, and the presence of a torusbearing pit membrane can be viewed as another mechanism for control of water resources under arid conditions.
He uses the Angiosperm
Phylogeny Group classification, the most widely recognized system for flowering plants.
Absolute diversification rates in angiosperm
The site has detailed information on 35 angiosperm
families, usually with between 10 and 50 images related to the family.
Among the topics discussed by this volume's 33 papers are the importance of ecological and phylogenetic conditions for the occurrence and frequency of sexual cannibalism, responses of humid tropical trees to rising carbon dioxide, the role of propagule pressure in biological invasions, nongenetic inheritance and its evolutionary implications, spontaneous mutation accumulation studies in evolutionary genetics, geologic and biologic controls on the evolution of reefs, molecular estimation of dispersal for ecology and population genetics, the origin and subsequent diversification of the angiosperm
flower, the evolutionary genetics of emerging viruses, belowground herbivory and plant defenses, genetic consequences of range expansions, and the role of animal pollination in plant speciation.
Even in Aardsmas virtual history, there would be evidence of an origin of angiosperms
that would include an observable first appearance of angiosperm
plants and their pollen and evidence of the proliferation of flowering plant groups over some period of virtual history.