Floral development of <Emphasis Type="Italic">Kingdonia </Emphasis>(Ranunculaceae s. l., Ranunculales)

Plant Systematics and Evolution, pp. 145-153, 2004.

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The flower of Kingdonia has a terminal position, thus the rhizome is sympodial. The floral organs initiate in spiral phyllotaxis. The androecium is centripetal in initiation but the sterile stamens are retarded in development compared with the fertile ones. The apex of the young carpel does not participate in the conduplication. The flora...More

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