Filicales


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Filicales

[‚fil·ə′kā·lēz]
(botany)
The equivalent name for Polypodiales.
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The possible affinities of these genera point towards the presence of the members of Filicales (mainly Dicksoniaceae) and Osmundaceae [20, 24, 28].
Filicales and Sphagnum spores increase upsection, reaching moderate to large values at the top of the section (38% and 37%, respectively).
A light-microscopic and electron-microscopic study on a vesicular arbuscular host-fungus interaction in gametophytes and young sporophytes of the Gleicheniaceae (Filicales).
A polytomy at the next node consists of Osmunda + Schizaea + the Permian species Skaaripteris minuta + a clade that consists of several Carboniferous fossil taxa + a clade that includes the heterosporous Hydropteridales + several living genera of Filicales.
A light- and electronmicroscopic a vesicular-arbuscular host-fungus interaction in gametophytes and young sporophytes of the Gleicheniaceae (Filicales).
Non-appendicular fronds in the Filicales. Pages 45-57 in A.
Anatomia foliar de especies mexicanas de Pleopeltis (Filicales: Polypodiaceae), p.
Abstract: A new species of fern of the genus Pteris (Filicales: Pteridaceae) endemic to Costa Rica.
Una especie nueva de Dennstaedtia (Filicales: Dennstaedtiaceae) para Mexico.
Desarrollo gametofitico de Metaxya rostrata (Filicales: Metaxyaceae).