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From:PeerJ (Vol. 9) Peer-ReviewedThe plant family Balanophoraceae consists entirely of species that have lost the ability to photosynthesize. Instead, they obtain nutrients by parasitizing other plants. Recent studies have revealed that plastid genomes...
From:PeerJ (Vol. 8) Peer-ReviewedThe monocot family Triuridaceae is a morphological misfit with respect to several traits of floral morphology, including the uniformly apocarpous polymerous gynoecium and the famous inside-out flowers of Lacandonia....
From:International Journal of Plant Sciences (Vol. 172, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedCitation Only
From:PeerJ (Vol. 6) Peer-ReviewedElatostema (Urticaceae) comprises several hundred herbaceous species distributed in tropical and subtropical Africa, Asia, Australia and Oceania. The greatest species richness occurs on limestone karst in Southeast...
From:Kew Bulletin (Vol. 72, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAbstract Only
From:The American Journal of Botany (Vol. 103, Issue 12) Peer-ReviewedCitation Only
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