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Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolution

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342Belowground plant organs and why we should not keep ignoring themTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionKlimesova, Jitka.belowground traits
storage organs
clonal growth organs
bud bearing organs
plant architecture
roots
rhizomes
bulbs
tubers
444Differential gene expression in tuberous vs. non-tuberous roots of the tropical monocotyledonous geophyte Bomarea multiflora (Alstroemeriaceae)Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionTribble, Carrie; Rothfels, Carl; Martinez-Gomez, Jesus; Alzate, Fernando; Specht, Chelsea.monocots
Liliales
geophytes
Root tubers
Transcriptomics
392Evolutionary history of storage roots in morning gloriesTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionEserman, Lauren; Leebens-Mack, Jim.underground storage organs
roots
sweetpotato
Transcriptomics
anatomy
phylogenomics
1030Functional leaf traits predict below-ground biomass in response to drought among morphologically diverse but closely related geophyte speciesTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionMocko, Kerri; Jones, Cynthia.drought
functional traits
photosynthesis
Leaf mass per area
South Africa
Pelargonium
438Have geophytic organs contributed to high species diversity in the Northern Hemisphere genus Iris?Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionWilson, Carol.bioclimatic regions
biogeography
Iridaceae
plastome
phylogeny
targeted markers
537Ontologies as a framework to clarify Geophyte TerminologyTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionHoward, Cody Coyotee; Tribble, Carrie; Martinez-Gomez, Jesus ; Males, Jamie; Sosa, Victoria; Sessa, Emily; Specht, Chelsea; Cellinese, Nico.geophytes
Ontologies
936State of the Spring Beauty Union: Natural groups, species diversity, and a modern taxonomic synthesisTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionStoughton, Thomas; Jolles, Diana; O'Quinn, Robin.Claytonia
Montiaceae
hybridization
polyploidy
taxonomy
systematics
iNaturalist
citizen science
species complex
Edaphic evolution
endemism
edaphic
biodiversity
species diversity
geophytes
271The evolutionary and ecological significance of size in bulbous monocotsTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionHoward, Cody Coyotee; Cellinese, Nico.geophytes
bulbs
monocots
ecology
evolution
576The role of xylopodia in the evolution of Tibouchina s.s. (Melastomataceae)Time to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionJantzen, Johanna; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.Xylopodia
Cerrado
Campos rupestres
Tibouchina
Melastomataceae
24Time to dig: the importance of underground organs in plant evolutionTime to dig: the importance of underground storage organs in plant evolutionHoward, Cody Coyotee.geophytes
underground storage organs
bulb
corm
tuber
rhizome

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