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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

New interpretation of the inflorescence of Fagus drawn from the developmental study of Fagus crenata, with description of an extremely monstrous cupuleOKAMOTO, M.American journal of botany. 1989, Vol 76, Num 1, pp 14-22, issn 0002-9122Article

Kritische Evaluation zur Deutung der Spreublattkomplexe von Carlina L = Etude critique des bractées du réceptacle de Carlina L = The Carlina L. receptacular bracts, a critical valuationFROEBE, H. A; CLASSEN, R.Flora (Jena). 1987, Vol 179, Num 6, pp 445-452, issn 0367-2530Article

The energetic state of the thermogenic appendix of the woodoo lily inflorescence. A 31P-NMR studySKUBATZ, H; HARDIN, C. D; WISEMAN, R. W et al.Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics. 1992, Vol 1100, Num 1, pp 98-103, issn 0005-2728Article

Inflorescence position as a taxonomic character in the CyclanthaceaeWILDER, G. J.Botanical gazette (Chicago, IL). 1988, Vol 149, Num 1, pp 110-115, issn 0006-8071Article

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

Role of EVERGREEN in the Development of the Cymose Petunia InflorescenceREBOCHO, Alexandra B; BLIEK, Mattijs; KUSTERS, Elske et al.Developmental cell. 2008, Vol 15, Num 3, pp 437-447, issn 1534-5807, 11 p.Article

Differential in vitro development of inflorescences in long and short day Lemna spp.: Involvement of ethylene and polyaminesMADER, Johanna C.Journal of plant physiology. 2004, Vol 161, Num 6, pp 653-663, issn 0176-1617, 11 p.Article

Molecular evolution of flower developmentLAWTON-RAUH, A. L; ALVAREZ-BUYLLA, E. R; PURUGGANAN, M. D et al.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 2000, Vol 15, Num 4, pp 144-149, issn 0169-5347Article

Methods for measuring amounts of energy available from banksia inflorescencesARMSTRONG, D. P; PATON, D. C.Australian journal of ecology. 1990, Vol 15, Num 3, pp 291-297, issn 0307-692XArticle

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