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The Role of Boundaries in Plant Diversification

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32Boundaries between organs and organ identities in floral development and evolution
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationBartlett, Madelaine.flower development
Evo-devo
MADS-box genes
PISTILLATA
organ identity
floral evolution
Poaceae
404Constraining branch meristem determinacy in the grasses: boundaries as novel signaling centers
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationWhipple, Clinton; Thayer, Rachel; Guo, Jinyan.maize
inflorescence
Evo-devo
grass
238Evolutionary divergence between annual and perennial life history strategies
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationFriedman, Jannice.
393Interactions across boundaries promote symbiotic modulation of plant phenotypes
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationArnold , A. Elizabeth.Endophyte
Microbial
Ecology
260Molecular mechanisms that position the adaxial-abaxial boundary and drive the production of flat leaf morphology
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationHusbands, Aman; Skopelitis, Damianos; Timmermans, Marja.development
transcription factors
small RNAs
lipid-regulation
175Tectonic, Climatic, and Mass Extinction Boundaries and the Paleo-Patagonian Diaspora Flora of Australasia, Southeast Asia, and the Neotropics
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationWILF, PETER.Patagonia
Gondwana
biogeography
Asia
Podocarpaceae
Paleoclimate
leaf physiology
Niche conservatism
Rainforests
Cenozoic
Paleobotany
13The Role of Boundaries in Plant Diversification
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The Role of Boundaries in Plant DiversificationBartlett, Madelaine; Specht, Chelsea.

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