Bisexual flowers atypical
In the intermediate zone of the inflorescence of genera of Aroideae one can find flowers with male and female characteristics.
Until now, two types of.
Study of Homeosis in the Flower of Philodendron (Araceae): a Qualitative and Quantitative Approach
The correlation between development of atypical bisexual flowers and phylogeny in the Aroideae (Araceae). D. Barabe´1, A. Bruneau1, F. Forest1, and C.
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Canadian Journal of Botany
Description:In the intermediate zone of the inflorescence of genera of Aroideae one can find flowers with male and female characteristics. Until now, two types of developmental sequences of atypical bisexual flowers ABFs have been recognized: In the Philodendron type, bisexual flowers generally consist of functional carpels and staminodes inserted on the same whorl. In the Cercestis type, the gynoecium and stamens are inserted on two different whorls. These different ontogenetic patterns represent two different pathways in the evolution of unisexual flowers in this subfamily. A molecular phylogenetic analysis of 33 genera of Araceae, based on the chloroplast trnL intron and trnL—F intergenic spacer sequences was carried out.