Literature

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O. BECCARI1908Asiatic palms
O. BECCARI1886Nuovi studi sulle palme asiatiche.
O. BECCARI1885Reliquiae Schefferianae.
O. BECCARI, ROCK. J. F.1921A monographic study of thegenus Pritchardia.
O. BECCARI, PICHI-SERMOLLI. R. G.1955Subfamiliae Arecoidearum palmae gerontogeae tribuum et generumconspectus.
H. J. BEENTJE1994A monograph of Ravenea (Palmae:Ceroxyloideae).
H. J. BEENTJE1993A new aquatic palm from Madagascar.
D. J. BEERLING, KELLY. C. K.1996Evolutionary comparative analyses of the relationships between leaf structure and function.
C. T. BEILSCHMIED1833J.
R. BERNAL1998The growth form of Phytelephas seemannii
R. BERNAL1995Nuevas especies y combinaciones en la subtribu Wettiniinae (Palmae).
R. G. BERNAL1986The genus Metasocratea (Palmae).
R. G. BERNAL, GALEANO-GARCES. G.1989The identity ofRoebelia and Platenia (Palmae).
E. W. BERRY1937Gyrocarpus and other fossil plants from theCumarebo field in Venezuela.
E. W. BERRY1929A palm nut of Attalea from the Upper Eocene ofFlorida.
E. W. BERRY1926A fossil palm fruit from the Middle Eocene ofNorthwestern Peru.
E. W. BERRY1926Cocos and Phymatocaryon in the Pliocene of NewZealand.
E. W. BERRY1921A palm nut from the Miocene of the Canal Zone.
E. W. BERRY1921Tertiary fossil plants from Venezuela.
E. W. BERRY1919Miocene fossil plants from Peru.
E. W. BERRY1917The fossil plants from Vero, Florida.
E. W. BERRY1916A petrified palm from the Cretaceous of New Jersey.
E. W. BERRY1916Lower Eocene floras of southeastern North America.
E. W. BERRY1914Fruits of a date palm in the Tertiary deposits of eastern Texas.
E. W. BERRY1914A Nipa-palm in the North American Eocene.
E. W. BERRY1911Contributions to the Mesozoic flora of theAtlantic coastal plain
E. W. BERRY1905A palm from the mid-Cretaceous.
E. BIONDI, FILIGHEDDU. R.1990A palm fossil closely related to Chamaerops humilis L. from the Lower Miocene of Sardinia.
J. H. BODLEY, BENSON. F. C.1980Stilt-root walking by an iriarteoid palm in the Peruvian Amazon.
J. G. W. E. S. S. E. L. S. BOER1968The geonomoid palms.
E. BOLTENHAGEN1967Spores et pollen du Cr
S. D. BONDE1986Amesoneuron borassoides sp. nov.
S. D. BONDE1986Sabalophyllum livistonoides gen. et sp. nov.: apetrified palm leaf segment from Deccan Intertrappean bed at Nawargaon District Wardha, Maharashtra, India.
E. BONNET1904Sur un Nipadites de l
F. BORCHSENIUS, BERNAL. R.1996Aiphanes (Palmae).
F. BORCHSENIUS, SKOV. F.1997Ecological amplitudes of Ecuadorian palms.
A. BORHIDI, MU O.1985Adiciones al cat
E. BOSCH1947Bl
R. BOUILLENNE1930Un voyage botanique dans le bas-Amazone.
L. BOULOS1968The discovery of Medemia palm in the Nubian Desert of Egypt.
E. BOUREAU1947Sur la presence du Palmoxylon aschersoni Schenkdans les couches tertiaires de la vallee du Chelif (Algerie).
W. M. BOWDEN1945A list of chromosome numbers in higherplants. II. Menispermaceae to Verbenaceae.
L. BOYD1932Monocotyledonous seedlings: morphological studies in the post-seminal development of the embryo.
K. BREMER2000Early Cretaceous lineages of monocot flowering plants.
K. E. BROWN1976Ecological studies of the Cabbage Palm, Sabalp almetto.
R. W. BROWN1962Paleocene flora of the Rocky Mountains andGreat Plains.
R. W. BROWN1956Palm-like plants from the Delores Formation (Triassic) in southwestern Colorado.
R. W. BROWN1956Ivory-nut palm from the late Tertiary of Ecuador.
R. BUCKLEY, HARRIES. H. C.1984Self-sown wild-type coconuts from Australia.
Y. U. L. BUDANTSEV1979The find of a Sabal palm in the Eocenic beds in northwestern Kamchatka Peninsula.

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith