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L. E. M. A. R. Q. U. I. S. D. E. G. SAPORTA1889Des palmiers fossils.
R. SANDERS1991Cladistics of Bactris (Palmae): survey of characters and refution of Burret
V. T. SALZMAN, JUDD. W. S.1995A revision of the Greater Antillean species of Bactris (Bactridinae: Arecaceae).
M. SALARD-CHEBOLDAEFF1978Sur la palynoflore Maestrichtienne et Tertiare du bassin s
M. SALARD-CHEBOLDAEFF1979Palynologie Maestrichtienne et Tertiaire du Cameroun. Etude qualitative et repartition verticaleds principales esp
M. SALARD-CHEBOLDAEFF1981Palynologie Maestrichtienne et Tertiaire du Cameroun.
B. A. B. A. J. I. D. E. M. SALAMI1985Upper Senonian and Lower Tertiarypollen grains from the southern Nigeria sedimentary basin.
B. SAHNI1946A silicified Cocos-like palm stem, Palmoxylon (Cocos) sundaram, from the Deccan Intertrappean beds.
B. SAHNI1964Revisions of Indian fossil plants. III. Monocotyledons.
T. A. RUSSELL1965The Raphia palms of West Africa.
V. RULL1998Biogeographical and evolutionary considerations of Mauritia (Arecaceae), based on palynological evidence.
S. K. ROY, GHOSH. P. K.1980On the occurrence of Palmoxylon coronatum in West Bengal, India.
W. C. ROTINSULU2001The use of Pigafetta elata for making furniture in Indonesia.
B. L. ROBERTSON1976Embryology of Jubaeopsis caffra Becc.: 1. Microsporangium, microsporogenesis and microgametogenesis.
B. L. ROBERTSON1976Embryology of Jubaeopsis caffra Becc.: 2. Megasporangium, megasporogenesis and megagametogenesis.
G. MORCOTE-RIOS, BERNAL. R.2001Remains of palms (Palmae) at archaeological sites in the New World: a review.
F. R. RICKSON, RICKSON. M. M.1986Nutrient acquisition facilitated by litter collection and ant colonies on two Malaysian palms.
P. M. RICH1987Developmental anatomy of the stem of WelfiaGeorgia, Iriartea gigantea, and other arborescent palms: implications of mechanical support.
P. M. RICH1987Mechanical structure of the stem of arborescentpalms.
S. RENNER2004Plant dispersal across the tropical Atlantic by windand sea currents.
A. B. RENDLE1894Revision of the genus Nipadites Bowerbank.
E. M. REID, CHANDLER. M. E. J.1933The flora of the London Clay.
G. N. REDDY, KULKARNI. A. R.1982Developmental fruit anatomy of some coryphoid palms.
G. N. REDDY, KULKARNI. A. R.1985Contribution to the anatomy of palm fruits
G. N. REDDY, KULKARNI. A. R.1989Megasporogenesis in Cocos nucifera L.
K. RECHINGER1907Plantae novae pacificae.
R. W. READ, HICKEY. L. J.1972A revised classification of fossil palm and palm-like leaves.
R. W. READ1963Palm chromosomes.
R. W. READ1964Palm chromosome studies facilitated by pollenculture on a colchicine-lactose medium.
R. W. READ1965Chromosome numbers in the Coryphoideae.
R. W. READ1965Palm chromosomes by airmail.
R. W. READ1966New chromosome counts in the Palmae.
R. W. READ1967More chromosomes counts by mail.
R. W. READ1968A study of Pseudophoenix (Palmae).
R. W. READ1969Some notes on Pseudophoenix and a key to the species.
R. W. READ1975The genus Thrinax (Palmae: Coryphoideae).
R. W. READ1980Notes on Palmae, I.
R. W. READ1998Utilization of indigenous palms in the Caribbean (in relation to their abundance).
H. RAVOLOLONANAHARY1999The conservation status of Satranala decussilvae in the Ianobe Valley, Masoala National Park,Madagascar.
J. B. RAUWERDINK1985An essay on Metroxylon, the sago palm.
K. P. RAO, RAMANUJAM. C. G. K.1975A palynologicalapproach to the study of Quilon Beds of Kerala State in SouthIndia.
K. P. RAO, RAMANUJAM. C. G. K.1978Palynology of theNeogene Quilon Beds of Kerala State in South India I. Spores of pteridophytes and pollen of monocotyledons.
A. R. RAO, ACHUTHAN. V.1973A review of fossil palm remains for India.
C. V. RAO1959Contributions to the embryology of Palmae: I. Sabaleae.
C. V. RAO1959II. Contributions to the embryology of Palmae:Ceroxylineae.
S. R. S. RANGASAMY, DEVASAHAYAM. P.1972Cytology and sex determination in palmyrah palm (Borassus flabellifer Linn.).
C. G. K. RAMANUJAM, REDDY. P. R.1984Palynoflora of Neyveli lignite
C. G. K. RAMANUJAM, RAO. K. P.1977A palynological approach to the study of Warkalli deposits of Kerala in SouthIndia.
C. G. K. RAMANUJAM1953Palmoxylon arcotense sp. nov., a fossil palm resembling the living genus Livistona from South India.
C. G. K. RAMANUJAM1966Palynology of the Miocene lignite from South Arcot District, Madras, India.


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