Literature

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S. ZONA, FULLER. D.1999A revision of Veitchia (Arecaceae-Arecoideae).
S. ZONA, ESSIG. F. B.1999How many species of Brassiophoenix?
S. ZONA1999Revision of Drymophloeus (Arecaceae: Arecoideae).
J. C. SVENNING1999Microhabitat specialization in a species-richpalm community in Amazonian Ecuador.
R. S. SINGH1999Diversity of Nypa in the Indian subcontinent: LateCretaceous to recent.
A. SHAPCOTT1999Comparison of the population genetics and densities of five Pinanga palm species at Kuala Belalong, Brunei.
H. RAVOLOLONANAHARY1999The conservation status of Satranala decussilvae in the Ianobe Valley, Masoala National Park,Madagascar.
J. - C. PINTAUD, SETOGUCHI. H.1999Satakentia revisited.
F. KAHN, SECOND. G.1999The genus Astrocaryum (Palmae) in Amazonia: classical taxonomy and DNA analysis (AFLP).
F. KAHN, SECOND. G.1999The genus Astrocaryum (Palmae) in Amazonia: classical taxonomy and DNA analysis (AFLP).
A. HENDERSON1999A phylogenetic analysis of the Euterpeinae (Palmae, Arecoideae, Areceae) based on morphology and anatomy.
W. J. HAHN, SYTSMA. K. J.1999Molecular systematics andbiogeography of the Southeast Asian genus Caryota (Palmae).
J. FROHLICH, HYDE. K. D.1999Biodiversity of palm fungi in the tropics: are global fungal diversity estimates realistic?
J. DRANSFIELD1999Species and species concepts in Old World palms.
TRIPATHI, R. P. , S. N. MISHRA, SHARMA. B. D.1999Cocos nucifera like petrified fruit from the Tertiary of Amarkantak, M.P.,India.
ERVIK, F. , L. TOLLSTEN, KNUDSEN. J.1999Floral scent chemistry and pollination ecology in phytelephantoid palms (Arecaceae).
PINTAUD, J.-C, T. JAFFR1999Conservation status of New Caldeonia palms.
ESSIG, F. B. , T. MANKA, BUSSARD. L.1999A systematic histological study of palm fruits. III. Subtribe Iguanurinae (Arecaceae).
BAKER, W. J. , C. B. ASMUSSEN, S. C. BARROW, J. DRANSFIELD ANDT. A. HEDDERSON.1999A phylogenetic study of the palm family (Palmae) based on chloroplast DNA sequences from thetrnL-trnF region.
D1999Effect of Glomusintraradices on Phoenix roebelenii during the nursery stage.
D1999Effect of Glomusintraradices on Phoenix roebelenii during the nursery stage.
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