The unique morphology of resin-producing multilocellate anthers and their evolution in Clusia (Clusiaceae)

The unique morphology of resin-producing multilocellate anthers and their evolution in Clusia (Clusiaceae)

Maria do Carmo E. Amaral, Volker Bittrich, Peter K. Endress, Peter F. Stevens

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Agradecimentos: For support during fieldwork in the Chapada dos Veadeiros, we thank Cecília M. Oliveira and Lucília Kato, Universidade Federal de Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil. We thank Mike Hopkins, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Manaus, Brazil, for pickled mater

Clusia shows high infrageneric and sometimes infraspecific diversity in growth form, floral morphology and pollination biology. Species offering floral resin as a reward to pollinating bees often show unique androecial structures. We investigate the stame

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The unique morphology of resin-producing multilocellate anthers and their evolution in Clusia (Clusiaceae)

Maria do Carmo E. Amaral, Volker Bittrich, Peter K. Endress, Peter F. Stevens


										

The unique morphology of resin-producing multilocellate anthers and their evolution in Clusia (Clusiaceae)

Maria do Carmo E. Amaral, Volker Bittrich, Peter K. Endress, Peter F. Stevens

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    Botanical journal of the linnean society

    Vol. 184, no. 1 (May, 2017), p. 79-93