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RICH, P. M. , M. HOLBROOK, LUTTINGER. N.1995Leaf development and crown geometry of two iriarteoid palms.
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ISNARD, S. , T. SPECK, ROWE. N. P.2005Biomechanics and development of the climbing habit in two species of the South American palm genus Desmoncus (Arecaceae).
TOMLINSON, P. B. , J. B. FISHER, R. E. SPANGLER, RICHER. R. A.2001Stem vascular architecture in the rattan Calamus (Arecoideae-Calamoideae-Calaminae).
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C. B. ASMUSSEN, CHASE. M. W.2001Coding and noncoding plastid DNA in palm systematics.
A. S. BARFORD, UHL. N. W.2001Floral development in Aphandra (Arecaceae).
J. H. BEACH1986Pollination biology of spadices and spicate inflorescences in Cyclanthaceae and Palmae.
W. M. BOWDEN1945A list of chromosome numbers in higherplants. II. Menispermaceae to Verbenaceae.
S. CARLQUIST, SCHNEIDER. E. L.2002The tracheid-vesselelement transition in angiosperms involves multiple independent features: cladistic consequences.
M. W. CHASE2004Monocot relationships: an overview.
R. CHAZDON1991Plant size and form in the understory palmgenus Geonoma: are species variations on a theme?
V. I. CHEADLE1948Observations on the phloem in the Monocotyledoneae. II. Additional data on the occurrence and phylogenetic specialization in structure of the sieve tubes in themetaphloem.
V. I. CHEADLE1944Specialization of vessels within the xylem ofeach organ in the Monocotyledoneae.
V. I. CHEADLE, WHITFORD. N. B.1941Observations on the phloem in the Monocotyledoneae. I. The occurrence and phylogenetic specialization in structure of the sieve tubes in themetaphloem.
S. A. CUNNINGHAM1995Ecological constraints on fruit initiation by Calyptrocalyx ghiesbreghtiana (Arecaceae): floral herbivory,pollen availability, and visitation by pollinating bats.
J. FISHER, FRENCH. J.1976The occurrence of intercalary and uninterrupted meristems in the internodes of tropical monocotyledons.
A. HENDERSON2002Phenetic and phylogenetic analysis of Reinhardtia (Palmae).
M. V. PARTHASARATHY1968Observations on metaphloem in the vegetative parts of palms.
M. V. PARTHASARATHY, TOMLINSON. P. B.1967Anatomical features of metaphloem in stems of Sabal, Cocos and two otherpalms.
P. M. RICH1987Developmental anatomy of the stem of WelfiaGeorgia, Iriartea gigantea, and other arborescent palms: implications of mechanical support.
P. B. TOMLINSON, SPANGLER. R. E.2002Developmental features of the discontinuous stem vascular system in the rattan palm Calamus (Arecaceae-Calaminae).
N. W. UHL1976Developmental studies in Ptychosperma (Palmae). I. The inflorescence and the flower cluster.
N. W. UHL1976Developmental studies in Ptychosperma (Palmae). II. The staminate and pistillate flowers.
N. W. UHL1972Inflorescence and flower structure in Nypafruticans (Palmae).
N. W. UHL, MOORE. H. E.1978The structure of the acervulus, the flower cluster of chamaedoreoid palms.
N. W. UHL, MOORE. H. E.1977Centrifugal stamen initiationin phytelephantoid palms.
N. W. UHL, MOORE. H. E.1971The palm gynoecium.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith