leptosporangiate


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leptosporangiate

derived from a single cell and having a wall one cell thick.
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Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization in field-collected terrestrial cordate gametophytes of pre-polypod leptosporangiate ferns (Osmundaceae, Gleicheniaceae, Plagiogyriaceae, Cyatheaceae).
Time from sowing to first germination and germination percentages reached in our cultures are in normal values fore the leptosporangiates with non-chlorophyllous spores, considering the age of spores at sowing (Courbet 1963, Lloyd & Klekowski 1970, Dyer 1979, Sheffield 1996, Gabriel y Galan & Prada 2010b).
Phylogeny and evolution of ferns (monilophytes) with a focus on the early leptosporangiate divergences.
1): leptosporangiate ferns, marattioid ferns, psilophytes (adder's tongue ferns, moonworts, and whisk ferns respectively), and horsetails (Smith et al.
A third order of homosporous ferns, the Filicales, is the most species rich of non-angiospermous vascular plant groups (Rothwell, 1996b) and is widely regarded as leptosporangiate (Gifford & Foster, 1989).
1982) A survey for 1,3,6,7-tetrahydroxy-C-glycosylxanthones emphasizing the "primitive" leptosporangiate ferns and their allies.
Morphological functions of gibberelins in leptosporangiate fern gametophytes: insights into the evolution of form and gender expression.
Comparative leaf structure of several species of homosporous leptosporangiate ferns.
The classical apical cell concept thus is broadly applicable to the shoot apical meristems of leptosporangiate ferns and Osmunda.
The structure and development of haustorial placentas in leptosporangiate ferns provide a clear-cut distinction between euphyllophytes and lycophytes.