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M. Hesse,F. Ehrendorfer
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Plant Systematics and Evolution - Supplementa.

Plant Systematics and Evolution - Supplementa. Morphology, Development, and Systematic Relevance of Pollen and Spores.

The "classical" palynology subjects, pollen morphology and systematics, are at present . Palynology, the science of fossil and recent spores/pollen grains, is of high importance, both in many pure and applied fields of the natural sciences (.

The "classical" palynology subjects, pollen morphology and systematics, are at present influenced by many modern approaches, . from cell biology, analytical electron microscopy, morphometry, up to com- puter-aided-design of threedimensional reconstruction. In recent years fascinating informations have come to light, and new insights have given rise to changing scientific concepts. in botany, geology, climatology, archeology and medicine). It is not only an auxiliary science, but can certainly stand for itself.

Morphology, Development, and Systematic Relevance of Pollen and Spores. Series: Plant Systematics and Evolution - Supplementa, Supplement 5. Hesse, Michael, Ehrendorfer, Friedrich (Ed. 1990.

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Plant Systematics and Evolution - Supplementa. They cover the comparative morphology and the ary significance of pollen/spores in critical taxa, aspects of pollen development (cytoskeleton), the substructure of sporopollenin, homologies between wall strata of ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms, and important (but so far underrated) physical aspects of harmomegathy and pollen transport (fluid versus solid mechanics).

Автор: Michael Hesse; Friedrich Ehrendorfer Название: Morphology, Development, and .

The "classical" palynology subjects, pollen morphology and systematics, are at present influenced by many .

Morphology, development and systematic relevance of pollen and spores. This reassessment radically modifies tetraconodont systematics published recently by Van der Made (1999). Last Updated: 21 Sep 2019. The status of Sus giganteus Falconer & Cautley, 1847 (Mammalia: Suinae) from the Indian Subcontinent. March 2001 · Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. What type of file do you want? RIS. Springer Vienna, Springer. Hesse, Michael, Ehrendorfer, Friedrich. Policies & Plans. See any care plans, options and policies that may be associated with this product. Electrode, App-product, Comp-719138954, ralus-16, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-29.

The Specialty Section welcomes manuscripts that advance knowledge and understanding of phylogenetic relationships as well as mechanisms and drivers of lineage diversification from the intra- to the supraspecific level. Topics covered by this section include, but are not limited to

Palynology, the science of fossil and recent spores/pollen grains, is of high importance, both in many pure and applied fields of the natural sciences (e.g. in botany, geology, climatology, archeology and medicine). It is not only an auxiliary science, but can certainly stand for itself. The "classical" palynology subjects, pollen morphology and systematics, are at present influenced by many modern approaches, e.g. from cell biology, analytical electron microscopy, morphometry, up to com- puter-aided-design of threedimensional reconstruction. In recent years fascinating informations have come to light, and new insights have given rise to changing scientific concepts. During the XIV International Botanical Congress, held in Berlin in 1987, a symposium was devoted to important topics of (actuo)palynology. Nine of its innovative, major contributions are presented in this volume. They cover the comparative morphology and the systematic/evolutionary significance of pollen/spores in critical taxa, aspects of pollen development (cytoskeleton), the substructure of sporopollenin, homologies between wall strata of ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms, and important (but so far underrated) physical aspects of harmomegathy and pollen transport (fluid versus solid mechanics).