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Descriptions of secondary pollen presentation

  • P. F. Yeo
Part of the Plant Systematics and Evolution book series (SYSTEMATICS, volume 6)

Abstract

Floral features. All or nearly all species are dioecious. Knuth (1904), however, cites a report of trees being male in their sex expression when young and female later. Perianth of one whorl of three largely united segments. Stamens two to thirty, partly or wholly united. Ovary superior, consisting of a single uniovulate carpel. Floral development has been described by Armstrong & Tucker (1986). Type of pollen presentation. ‘Pollenhaufen’, using anther appendages and perianth.

Keywords

Pollen Presenter Corolla Lobe Pollen Presentation Staminal Tube Female Stage 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. F. Yeo
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