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Open and closed inflorescences: more than simple oppositesBULL-HERENU, Kester; CLASSEN-BOCKHOFF, Regine.Journal of experimental botany. 2011, Vol 62, Num 1, pp 79-88, issn 0022-0957, 10 p.Article

Flowers as sensory billboards: progress towards an integrated understanding of floral advertisementRAGUSO, Robert A.Current opinion in plant biology. 2004, Vol 7, Num 4, pp 434-440, issn 1369-5266, 7 p.Article

Sink development, phyllotaxy, and dry matterdistribution in a large inflorescenceHARDWICK, R. C.Plant growth regulation. 1984, Vol 2, Num 4, pp 393-405, issn 0167-6903Article

Caractérisation histologique de la bractée inflorescentielle de Tilia cordata = Histological characterization of the inflorescence bract of Tilia cordataBELINT, Monique; FERNANDEZ, Eric; MARULL, Sylvie et al.Acta botanica gallica. 2010, Vol 157, Num 3, pp 505-512, issn 1253-8078, 8 p.Article

Evolution and development of virtual inflorescencesKOES, Ronald.Trends in plant science. 2008, Vol 13, Num 1, pp 1-3, issn 1360-1385, 3 p.Article

Involvement of the MADS-Box Gene ZMM4 in Floral Induction and Inflorescence Development in MaizeDANILEVSKAYA, Olga N; XIN MENG; SELINGER, David A et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2008, Vol 147, Num 4, pp 2054-2069, issn 0032-0889, 16 p.Article

Do pollinators simultaneously select for inflorescence size and amount of floral scents? An experimental assessment on Escallonia myrtoideaVALDIVIA, Carlos E; NIEMEYER, Hermann M.Austral ecology (Print). 2006, Vol 31, Num 7, pp 897-903, issn 1442-9985, 7 p.Article

Flower-like terminal structures in racemose inflorescences: a tool in morphogenetic and evolutionary researchSOKOLOFF, Dmitry; RUDALL, Paula J; REMIZOWA, Margarita et al.Journal of experimental botany. 2006, Vol 57, Num 13, pp 3517-3530, issn 0022-0957, 14 p.Conference Paper

Attraction of flower visitors to plants that express indirect defence can minimize ecological costs of ant―pollinator conflictsHERNANDEZ-CUMPLIDO, Johnattan; BENREY, Betty; HEIL, Martin et al.Journal of tropical ecology. 2010, Vol 26, pp 555-557, issn 0266-4674, 3 p., 5Article

Angiosperm inflorescences and different types of their structural organizationKUSNETZOVA, T. V.Flora (Jena). 1988, Vol 181, Num 1-2, pp 1-17, issn 0367-2530Article

Inflorescence structure in primitive angiospermsWEBERLING, F.Taxon. 1988, Vol 37, Num 3, pp 657-690, issn 0040-0262Conference Paper

A notation for the growth of inflorescencesROBINSON, D. F.New phytologist. 1986, Vol 103, Num 3, pp 587-596, issn 0028-646XArticle

Developmental course of inflorescence and spikelet in riceIKEDA, Kyoko; SUNOHARA, Hidehiko; NAGATO, Yasuo et al.Breeding science (Tokyo. 1999). 2004, Vol 54, Num 2, pp 147-156, issn 1344-7610, 10 p.Article

Le genre Echinops L. (Compositae, Cardueae). I: Position phylétique et interprétation de l'incapitulescence = The genus Echinops L. (Compositae, Cardueae). I. Phyletic position and incapitulescence interpretationPETIT, D. P.Candollea. 1988, Vol 43, Num 2, pp 467-481, issn 0373-2967Article

QUELQUES ASPECTS DE LA CROISSANCE ET DU DEVELOPPEMENT DU BANANIER POYO EN COTE-D'IVOIRE. IV. L'INFLORESCENCELASSOUDIERE A.1978; FRUITS; FRA; DA. 1978; VOL. 33; NO 7-8; PP. 457-491Article

Inflorescence size: test of the male function hypothesisCAMPBELL, D. R.American journal of botany. 1989, Vol 76, Num 5, pp 730-738, issn 0002-9122Article

Inflorescence architecture of Eucnide (loasaceae)HUFFORD, L. D.Madroño. 1987, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 18-28, issn 0024-9637Article

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THE RICE PANICLESILK WK; WANG LL; CLELAND RE et al.1982; PLANT PHYSIOL.; ISSN 0032-0889; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 70; NO 2; PP. 460-464; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

A depranium is not a cymeMÜLLER-DOBLIES, D; STÜTZEL, T; WEBERLING, F et al.Flora (Jena). 1992, Vol 187, Num 1-2, pp 61-65, issn 0367-2530Article

Anomalie des inflorescences de Panax vietnamensis (Araliaceae)FAN VAN DEH; GRUSHVITSKIJ, I. V; SKVORTSOVA, N. T et al.Botaničeskij žurnal. 1987, Vol 72, Num 8, pp 1079-1082, issn 0006-8136Article

The inflorescence as a metapopulation of flowers: position-dependent differences in function and form in the cleistogamous species Collomia grandiflora Dougl. ex Lindl. (Polemoniaceae)ELLSTRAND, N. C; LORD, E. M; ECKARD, K. J et al.Botanical gazette (Chicago, IL). 1984, Vol 145, Num 3, pp 329-333, issn 0006-8071Article

LEAFY, a homeotic gene that regulates inflorescence development in arabidopsisSCHULTZ, E. A; HAUGHN, G. W.(The) Plant cell. 1991, Vol 3, Num 8, pp 771-781Article

Vascular system of the floret of Leersia virginica (Gramineae-Oryzoideae)DEMETRIO PIZZOLATO, T.American journal of botany. 1989, Vol 76, Num 4, pp 589-602, issn 0002-9122Article

Development of the mixed inflorescence in Zea diploperennis Iltis, Doebley & Guzman (Poaceae)SUNDBERG, M. D.Botanical journal of the Linnean Society. 1987, Vol 95, Num 3, pp 207-216, issn 0024-4074Article

TASSEL DEVELOPMENT EVENTS LEADING TO POLLEN PRODUCTION: A TIMELINETRANEL, D; PERDOMO, A; KNAPP, A et al.Maydica. 2008, Vol 53, Num 3-4, pp 207-216, issn 0025-6153, 10 p.Article

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