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Background and Aims The Marantaceae (550 spp.) is the most derived family in the order Zingiberales and exhibits a complex explosive pollination mechanism. To understand the evolutionary significance of this unique process of pollen transfer, comparative morphological and ecological studies were...
Background and Aims The genus Olea (Oleaceae) includes approx. 40 taxa of evergreen shrubs and trees classified in three subgenera, Olea , Paniculatae and Tetrapilus , the first of which has two sections ( Olea and Ligustroides ). Olive trees (the O. europaea complex) have been the subject of...
Background and Aims Measuring the Al 3+ uptake rate across the plasma membrane of intact root cells is crucial for understanding the mechanisms and time-course of Al toxicity in plants. However, a reliable method with the sufficient spatial and temporal resolution to estimate Al 3+ uptake in...
Background and Aims In clonal plants producing vegetative offspring, performance at the genet level as well as at the ramet level should be investigated in order to understand the entire picture of the population dynamics and the life history characteristics. In this study, demography, including...
Background Environmental factors greatly impact plant gene expression and concentrations of cellular metabolites such as sugars and amino acids. The changed metabolite concentrations affect the expression of many genes both transcriptionally and post-transcriptionally. Recent Progress Sucrose...
Background and Aims Ageing effects may be due to dysfunction leading to decreasing reproduction and survival with age. In plants, however, other (physiological) causes, associated with size for example, may also play a role. Iteroparous plants with genetically variable life spans can be helpful...
Background and Aims In sexual hybrids between cultivated Brassica species and another crucifer, Orychophragmus violaceus (2 n = 24), parental genome separation during mitosis and meiosis is under genetic control but this phenomenon varies depending upon the Brassica species. To further...
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