Literature

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G. - R. Walther, Gritti, E. S., Berger, S., Hickler, T., Tang, Z., Sykes, M. T.2007Palms tracking climate change
A. DE QUEIROZ, GATESY. J.2007The supermatrix approach to systematics.
D. R. HODEL2007A review of the genus Pritchardia.
A. J. HENDERSON2007A revision of Wallichia (Palmae).
A. CUENCA, ASMUSSEN-LANGE. C. B.2007Phylogeny of thepalm tribe Chamaedoreeae (Arecaceae) based on plastid DNAsequences.
A. CUENCA, ASMUSSEN-LANGE. C. B.2007Phylogeny of the Palm Tribe Chamaedoreeae (Arecaceae) Based on Plastid DNA Sequences
R. P. BAYTON2007A revision of Borassus L. (Arecaceae).
ADAM, H. , S. JOUANNIC, F. MORCILLO, J.-L. VERDEIL, Y. DUVALAND J. W. TREGEAR2007Determination of flower structure inElaeis guineensis: do palms use the same homeotic genes as other species?
VAN VALKENBURG, J. , T. C. H. SUNDERLAND, L. N. BANAK, ISSEMB Y.2007Sclerosperma and Podococcus in Gabon.
vanValkenburg J, T, S., L, N. Banak, Y, I.2007Sclerosperma and Podococcus in Gabon
TR2007Mid-Tertiarydispersal, not Gondwanan vicariance explains distribution patterns in the wax palm subfamily (Ceroxyloideae: Arecaceae).
HASTON, E. , J. E. RICHARDSON, P. F. STEVENS, M. W. CHASE ANDD. J. HARRIS.2007A linear sequence of Angiosperm phylogenyGroup II families.
SHAPCOTT, A. , M. RAKOTOARINIVO, R. J. SMITH, G. LYSAKOV2007Can we bring Madagascar
SANNIER, J. , C. B. ASMUSSEN-LANGE, M. M. HARLEY,, NADOT. S.2007Evolution of microsporogenesis in palms(Arecaceae).
RAKOTOARINIVO, M. , T. RANARIVELO, DRANSFIELD. J.2007A new species of Beccariophoenix from the High Plateau ofMadagascar.
COUVREUR, T. L. P. , W. J. HAHN, J.-J. DE GRANVILLE, J.-L. PHAM, B. LUDE2007Phylogenetic relationships of the cultivated Neotropical palm Bactris gasipaes (Arecaceae) withi ts wild relatives inferred from non-coding chloroplastic sequences and nuclear microsatellite polymorphism.
H2007Uses of Vara Casha - a neotropical liana palm, Desmoncus polyacanthos - in Iquitos, Peru.
H2007Uses of Vara Casha - a neotropical liana palm, Desmoncus polyacanthos - in Iquitos, Peru.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith