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Malek, "DNA-based assays to distinguish date palm (Arecaceae) gender," American Journal of Botany, vol.
Olmstead, "Redefining phrymaceae: the placement of Mimulus, tribe mimuleae, and Phryma," American Journal of Botany, vol.
"The interaction between pollinator size and the bristle staminode of Penstemon digitalis (Scrophulariaceae)." American Journal of Botany, 89: 991-997.
Donovan, "Water potential and ionic effects on germination and seedling growth of two cold desert shrubs," The American Journal of Botany, vol.
Harris, "Observations on the anatomy of rice (Oryza sativa L.)," American Journal of Botany, vol.
The study is published in the American Journal of Botany. ( ANI )
Genetic diversity in Vanilla planifolia is "very, very, verylow," says Pascale Besse, a plant geneticist at the joint research center PVBMT Cirad and the University of Reunion who led the research, which appears in the July American Journal of Botany. Besse and colleagues examined a stretch of genetic code in more than 300 vanilla plants from Reunion Island, Madagascar, French Polynesia, Mexico, Central America and Brazil.
The study has been published in the American Journal of Botany. ( ANI )
American Journal of Botany, Columbus, v.80, n.5, p.487-492, 1993.
Moreover, knowing that Chilean spuds also succumbed to the blight could have better informed efforts to breed resistant taters, the researchers report in February's American Journal of Botany.
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