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Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae)

Edward E. Terrell

Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae)

by Edward E. Terrell

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oryza,
  • Grasses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdward E. Terrell, Paul M. Peterson, and William P. Wergin
    SeriesSmithsonian contributions to botany -- no. 91
    ContributionsPeterson, Paul M, Wergin, William P, Smithsonian Institution. Press
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 50 p. :
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13628457M
    LC Control Number00069811
    OCLC/WorldCa45620893

    Home ›› Science ›› Library ›› New Acquisitions ›› New Acquisitions since ›› ›› Library of the BGBM - New Acquisitions. Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae) / Edward l, Paul M. Peterson, and William P. Wergin.   The spikelet is a unique inflorescence structure of grass. The molecular mechanism that controls the development of the spikelet remains unclear. In this study, we identified a rice (Oryza sativa) spikelet mutant, multi - floret spikelet1 (mfs1), that showed delayed transformation of spikelet meristems to floral meristems, which resulted in an extra hull-like organ and an elongated by:

    Even though epidermal features and spikelet mi-cromorphology in Oryza and related genera including Leersia, Zizania, Rhynchoryza, and Porteresia have been examined using SEM method in previous stud-ies21–23, not all taxa found in Thailand have been investigated. In .   In the genus Oryza (rice), the single spikelet consists of a fertile floret subtended by a lemma and a palea, two sterile lemmas, and rudimentary glumes. Each sterile lemma is a tiny glume-like organ with a smooth by:

    The ability of this technique to reveal details of the plant surface, has allowed morphologists and taxonomists consider epidermal features such as hairs, trichomes, cell-types, nectaries, etc., besides the gross morphological characters, which have so far been neglected in the construction of groups or identification of taxa. Epidermal and seed surface characters of plants: systematic applicability and some evolutionary aspects Wilhelm Barthlott Inst, für Systematische Botanik und Pflanzengeographie der Universität, Im Neuenheimer Feld , D– Heidelberg, Federal Republic of by:


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Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae) by Edward E. Terrell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae) / Related Titles Series: Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no.

As the pedicel and cupule of species of Oryza are below the point of articulation of the spikelet, have similar epidermal features, and are free from the vascular cylinder that proceeds upward (distally) into the spikelet, we conclude that the pedicel cupules are not glumes but are merely expanded apices of the pedicels.

Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae) / Edward E. Terrell, Paul M. Peterson, and William P. Wergin Description Using scanning electron microscopy, this study examines the spikelet morphology of sixteen species of Oryza, one species of Leersia, and one species each of the monotypic genera Porteresia and Rhynchoryza.

Some features of this site may not work without it. Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae) Terrell, Edward E.

; Peterson, Paul M. ; Wergin, W. Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae). [Edward E Terrell; Paul M Peterson; William P Wergin] -- Using scanning electron microscopy, this study examines the spikelet morphology of sixteen species of Oryza, one species of Leersia, and one species each of the monotypic genera Porteresia and.

Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae) / By Edward E. Terrell, Paul M. Peterson and William P. Wergin. Topics: Grasses, Oryza. Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae) Smithsonian Contr Bot.

; – Zhao L, et al. Overexpression of LSH1, a member of an uncharacterised gene family, causes enhanced light regulation of seedling by: Lemma epidermal features of Briza, Catabrosa, Glyceria, Pleuropogon, Schizachne, and Neostapfia suggest that Melica, Catabrosa, Glyceria, and Pleuropogon may be closely related but that the genera.

Terrell EE, Peterson PM, Wergin WP () Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae). Smithsonian Contr Bot – Article; Google Scholar; Thomasson JR () Epidermal patterns of the lemma in some fossil and living grasses and their phylogenetic by: TH1 is associated with structural features of the epidermal surface and lateral growth of the lemma and palea, and Wergin, W.

() Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae).Cited by: 8. Micromorphological features of the leaf-blade, lemma, and palea were examined under scanning electron microscopy (SEM) for 64 species of the genus Festuca L. occurring in the Iberian Peninsula.

The objective of the study was to survey these characters for the first time in the whole of the genus Festuca in this region, to assess their taxonomic value, and to compare the variation with recent Cited by: Epidermal micromorphology of the genus Festuca L.

subgenus Festuca (Poaceae) Article (PDF Available) in Plant Systematics and Evolution April with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Terrell EE, Peterson PM, Wergin WP.

() Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae). Smithsonian Contr Bot 1–50; Verbeke JA. () Fusion events during floral morphogenesis. Annu Rev Plant Physiol Plant Mol Biol –Cited by: Multilocus species tree analyses resolve the ancient radiation of the subtribe Zizaniinae (Poaceae) W.P.

WerginEpidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae) Smithsonian Contr. Bot., 91 (), pp. Cited by: Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae) / View Metadata By: Terrell, Edward E.

- Peterson, Paul M. - Wergin, William P. The first clade includes three genera, Leersia, Oryza, and Porteresia. In this clade, four Leersia species form a highly supported group (% BS) with the diploid species L. tisserantii at the basal position. The species of Oryza and the monotypic genus Porteresia form a strongly supported group (83% BS).

The second clade consists of the Cited by: Terrell E E, Peterson P M, Wergin W P. Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae). Smithsonian Contr Bot,[44] Zamora A, Barboza C, Lobo J, et al. Diversity of native rice (Oryza poaceae) species of Costa Rica.

Genet Res Crop Evol,[45]. Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Phylogenetic relationships of Luziola (Poaceae: Oryzeae) and related genera from aquatic habitats.

José L. Martínez-y-Pérez, a Teresa Mejía-Saulés, a Victoria Sosa a a Biología Evolutiva, Instituto de Ecología, A.C, Apartado Pos Xalapa, Veracruz, by: 6. A detailed discussion of the spikelet epidermal features and their relationship to the pedicel and cupule is presented.

The pedicel and cupule in species of Oryza are below the point of articulation of the spikelet, have similar epidermal features and are free from the vascular cylinder that proceeds upward into the spikelet.

Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae: Oryzeae)  Terrell, Edward E.

; Peterson, Paul M. ; Wergin, W. () Caryopsis morphology and classification in the Triticeae (Pooideae: Poaceae) . The rice tribe, Oryzeae, consists of 12 genera and is distributed in tropical and temperate regions worldwide (Clayton and Renvoize, ; Vaughan, ).Species in the genus Oryza and in other genera closely related to Oryza have been extensively studied because of their agronomically useful traits in rice genetic improvement (wild Oryza species, Porteresia, and Leersia) (Tateoka, Cited by: Ultrastructure of Oryza glumaepatula, a wild rice species endemic of tropical America.

Ethel Sánchez 1 & Ana M. Espinoza 2, 3. 1 Centro de Investigación en Estructuras Microscópicas (CIEMIC),Universidad de Costa Rica, Apdo.

Postal San Pedro de Montes de Oca, San José, Costa Rica. Fax: () ; [email protected] 2 Centro de Investigación en Biología Celular y Molecular Cited by: 7.Epidermal features and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:Oryzeae) / Edward E. Terrell, Paul M. Peterson, and William P.

Wergin Smithsonian Libraries Using scanning electron microscopy, this study examines the spikelet morphology of sixteen species of Oryza, one species of Leersia, and one species each of the monotypic genera Porteresia and Rhynchoryza.