A Dynamic Multidisciplinary Approach to Floral Morphology

  • Rolf Rutishauser
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 51)

Abstract

In contrast to previous reports on reproductive structures (Progr. Bot. 47:52 ff; 49:51 ff), the following review will give special emphasis to dynamic and interdisciplinary aspects of reproductive structures (mainly flowers) in angiosperms. Not reviewed in this report are studies on embryology, palynology, pollination biology, seed dispersal, as well as taxonomy although these topics overlap to some degree with the topics of the following review.

Keywords

Male Flower Floral Development Floral Morphology Bisexual Flower Disk Floret 
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  • Rolf Rutishauser
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  1. 1.Botanischer Garten und Institut für Systematische Botanik der UniversitätZürichSchweiz

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