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COMPTON, J. A. , A. CULHAM, JURY., SL1998Reclassificationof Actaea to include Cimicifuga and Souliea (Ranunculaceae): phylogeny inferred from morphology, nrDNA ITS, and cpDNAtrnL-F sequence variation.
HOLDSWORTH, D. K. , R. A. JONES, SELF., R1998Volatile alkaloids from Areca catechu.
RAMANUJAM, C. G. K. , P. R. REDDY, RAMAKRISHNA., H1998Botanical affinities of Jacobipollenites (Ramanujam) Singh & Misra.
ANSTETT, M-C1998An experimental study of the interaction between the dwarf palm (Chamaerops humilis) and its floral visitor Derelomus chamaeropsis throughout the life cycle of the weevil.
BARROW, SC1998A revision of Phoenix L.(Palmae:Coryphoideae).
BERNAL, R1998The growth form of Phytelephas seemannii
DRANSFIELD, J1998Pigafetta.
ENDT, D1998The Chatham Islands: home of the most southernnaturally occurring palm in the world, Rhopalostylis
GIBBONS, M, SPANNER., TW1998Trachycarpus latisectus: the Windamere Palm.
JOHNSON, DV1998The making of a dugout canoe from the trunk of the palm Iriartea deltoidea.
JOHNSON, DV1998The making of a dugout canoe from the trunkof the palm Iriartea deltoidea.
LIM, CK1998Unravelling Iguanura Bl. (Palmae) in PeninsularMalaysia.
NORTON, SA1998Betel: consumption and consequences.
PADMANABAN, D1998Concepts in the developmental morphology of the palm leaf
PINTAUD, J-C, HODEL., DR1998A revision of Kentiopsis, a genus endemic to New Caledonia.
PINTAUD, J-C, HODEL., DR1998Three new species of Burretiokentia.
READ, RW1998Utilization of indigenous palms in the Caribbean (in relation to their abundance).
RULL, V1998Biogeographical and evolutionary considerations of Mauritia (Arecaceae), based on palynological evidence.
SEUBERT, E1998Root anatomy of palms, IV. Arecoideae, part I. General remarks and descriptions of the roots.
SEUBERT, E1998Root anatomy of palms, IV. Arecoideae, part II. Systematic implications.
SHAPCOTT, A1998The patterns of genetic diversity in Carpentaria acuminata (Arecaceae), and rain forest history in northern Australia.
SHAPCOTT, A1998The genetics of Ptychosperma bleeseri, a rare palm from the Northern Territory, Australia.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith