Literature

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BACHMAN, S. , W. J. BAKER, N. BRUMMITT, J. DRANSFIELD, MOAT. J.2004Elevational gradients, area and tropical island diversity: an example from the palms of New Guinea.
FRIIS, E. M. , K. R. PEDERSEN, CRANE. P. R.2004Araceae from the Early Cretaceous of Portugal: Evidence on the emergence of monocotyledons.
ROWE, N. , S. ISNARD, SPECK. T.2004Diversity of mechanical architectures in climbing plants: an evolutionary perspective.
PRYCHID, C. J. , P. J. RUDALL, GREGORY. M.2004Systematics and biology of silica bodies in monocotyledons.
PETERS, H. A. , A. PAUW, M. R. SILMAN, TERBORGH. J. W.2004Falling palm fronds structure Amazonian rain forest sapling communities.
STAUFFER, F. W. , W. J. BAKER, J. DRANSFIELD, ENDRESS. P. K.2004Comparative floral structure and systematics of Pelagodoxa and Sommieria (Arecaceae).
DAVIS, J. I. , D. W. STEVENSON, G. PETERSEN, O. SEBERG, L. M. CAMPBELL, J. V. FREUDENSTEIN, D. H. GOLDMAN, C. R. HARDY,F. A. MIC2004A phylogeny of the monocots, as inferred from rbcL and atpA sequence variation, and acomparison of methods for calculating jackknife and bootstrap values.
VORMISTO, J. , J. C. SVENNING, P. HALL, BALSLEV. H.2004Diversity and dominance in palm (Arecaceae) communities in terra firme forests in the western Amazon basin.
VORMISTO, J. , H. TUOMISTO, OKSANEN. J.2004Palm distribution patterns in Amazonian rain forest: what is the role of topographic variation?
SANDERSON, M. J. , J. L. THORNE, N. WIKSTR2004Molecular evidence on plant divergence times.
PRITCHARD, H. W. , C. B. WOOD, S. HODGES,, VAUTIER. H. J.2004100-seed test for desiccation tolerance and germination: acase study on eight tropical palm species.
G. AVALOS2004Production of a second set of stilt roots inarborescent palms: a solution to the puzzle.
W. J. BAKER, LOO. A. H. B.2004A synopsis of the genus Hydriastele (Arecaceae).
R. BANKA, BAKER. W. J.2004A monograph of the genus Rhopaloblaste (Arecaceae).
M. W. CHASE2004Monocot relationships: an overview.
F. B. ESSIG, LITTEN. L.2004A systematic histological study ofpalm fruits. VII. The Cyrtostachidinae (Arecaceae).
B. F. GUNN2004The phylogeny of the Cocoeae (Arecaceae) with emphasis on Cocos nucifera.
A. HENDERSON2004A multivariate analysis of Hyospathe (Palmae).
T. JANSSEN, BREMER. K.2004The age of major monocot groups inferred from 800+ rbcL sequences.
T. JANSSEN, BREMER. K.2004The age of major monocot groups inferred from 800+ rbcL sequences.
J. P. MOGEA2004Four new species of Arenga (Palmae) from Indonesia.
M. MORAES2004Flora de Palmeras de Bolivia.
L. R. NOBLICK2004Syagrus cearensis, a twin-stemmed new palm from Brazil.
L. R. NOBLICK2004Syagrus vermicularis, a fascinating new palm from northern Brazil.
R. T. PENNINGTON, DICK. C. W.2004The role of immigrants in the assembly of the South American rain forest tree flora.
J. - C. PINTAUD, MILLAN. B.2004Vegetative transformation of inflorescences in Socratea salazarii.
C. G. K. RAMANUJAM2004Palms through the ages in southern India
S. RENNER2004Plant dispersal across the tropical Atlantic by windand sea currents.
S. ZONA2004Raphides in palm embryos and their systematic distribution.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith