Abstract Index, By Title

Abstracts received so far:

  1. Anatomical features of Aratitiyopea (Xyridaceae). - CAMPBELL, LISA M.*, DENNIS WM. STEVENSON, AND GUSTAVO A. ROMERO-GONZáLEZ.
  2. Anatomical studies of Amborella. - CARLQUIST, S. AND EDWARD L. SCHNEIDER.*
  3. Anatomy, ultrastructure and physiology of hornwort stomata: an evaluation of homology. - LUCAS, JESSICA R.* AND KAREN S. RENZAGLIA.
  4. Antibodies to Brassica sperm recognize diverse cell types and gametes. - BAINBRIDGE, TROY*, KEVIN CURRAN, SARAH SHAW, AND DARLENE SOUTHWORTH.
  5. Ascorbic acid serves as precursor for oxalate synthesis in calcium oxalate idioblasts of Yucca torreyi in liquid root culture. - HORNER, HARRY T.*, ALBERT P. KAUSCH, AND BRUCE L. WAGNER.
  6. Auxin Distribution in Pisum sativum Shoot Apical Meristems. - SUN, XIAOYONG AND ROGER D. MEICENHEIMER.*
  7. Cell lineage of vein formation in variegated leaves of the C4 grass Stenotaphrum secundatum. - SUD, RUCHIRA M.* AND NANCY G. DENGLER.
  8. Comparative anatomy of the New World succulent Euphorbia(Euphorbiaceae). - STEINMANN, VICTOR W.
  9. Comparative embryology of two New Zealand forest giants, Prumnopitys taxifolia and P.ferruginea (Podocarpaceae). - SALTER, JOSHUA* AND JOHN E. BRAGGINS.
  10. Correlation of overcompensation and the breaking of apical dominance in Phaseolus aureus . - MIKESELL, JAN E.
  11. Development of peltate glandular trichomes of peppermint. - TURNER, GLENN W.* AND RODNEY B. CROTEAU.
  12. Developmental differences between ray and disc achenes in heteromorphic species of Prionopsis and Heterotheca. - GIBSON, J. PHIL.
  13. Developmental leaf spots. - KORN, ROBERT W.
  14. Effects of hormones on wide-band tracheid expression in stems of Anacampseros (Portulacaceae). - LANDRUM, JAMES VICTOR.
  15. Endosperm development in Amborella trichopoda:implications for the origin and early evolution of angiosperm reproductive biology. - FLOYD, SANDRA K.* AND WILLIAM E. FRIEDMAN.
  16. Floral development of Chrysobalanus icaco L. and Licania michauxii Prance (Chrysobalanaceae): stamen number and formation of the gynobasic style. - KANTZ, KATHERINE E.* AND SHIRLEY C. TUCKER.
  17. Floral morphology and development in Winteraceae. - DOUST, ANDREW, N.L.
  18. Floral primordia complexes in the Engelmanniinae (Asteraceae: Heliantheae). - CLEVINGER, JENNIFER A. AND ELIZABETH M. HARRIS.*
  19. Formation of phyllotactic patterns in cactus seedlings. - GOLA, EDYTA M.
  20. Gynoecial diversification in Saxifragaceae: clarifying the evolution of epigyny. - SOLTIS, DOUGLAS E.*, LARRY HUFFORD, AND ROBERT K. KUZOFF.
  21. Leaf anatomy in Nassella and other South American Stipoid Grasses. - ARRIAGA, MIRTA O.* AND MARY E. BARKWORTH.
  22. Leaf anatomy of three genera of Malagasy mimosoid legumes: adaptations to xeric habitats. - LUCKOW, MELISSA.
  23. Leaf structure of Salix species (Salicaceae) endemic to the Lake Athabasca sand dunes of northern Saskatchewan, Canada. - COOPER, RANESSA L.* AND DAVID D. CASS.
  24. Light intensity as the primary factor for wide-band tracheid initiation and develoment in stems of Anacampseros (Portulacaceae). - LANDRUM, JAMES VICTOR.
  25. Lycopod vasculature - unique system in plants. - GOLA, EDYTA M.
  26. Molecular genetic studies of gender expression in angiosperms: early ovule development in Nicotiana tabacum. - NIELD, BECKY A.* AND JEFFREY P. HILL.
  27. Patterns of carbon allocation in Acomastylis rossii(Rosaceae) an alpine plant exhibiting extreme preformation. - MELOCHE, CHRISTOPHER G.* AND PAMELA K. DIGGLE.
  28. Patterns of inflorescence development in Setaria (Panicoideae, Poaceae). - DOUST, ANDREW, N.L.* AND ELIZABETH, A. KELLOGG.
  29. Petiole Abscission in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.): Anatomical and Ultrastructural Observations. - PETERSON, CURT M., LIWEI CHEN, ROLAND R DUTE, AND MANDY N. ROGERS.*
  30. Plasmodesmal ultrastructure in the green alga Coleochaete orbicularis (Charophyceae): implications for the evolution of plant plasmodesmata. - COOK, MARTHA E.* AND COLLEEN A. LAVIN.
  31. Plumbago zeylanica sperm isolation, collection and cDNA library characterization. - RUSSELL, SCOTT D.1*, ZHAOJIE ZHANG1, HUILING XU2, PREM BHALLA2, AND MOHAN B. SINGH2.
  32. Reversals to hypogyny in Saxifragales: comparative ontogenies and evolutionary correlates. - FISHBEIN, MARK*, LARRY HUFFORD, AND DOUGLAS E. SOLTIS.
  33. Root cortex of the water lilies and lotuses, The. - SEAGO, JAMES L., JR.
  34. Root development in sporelings of Ceratopteris richardii. - HOU, GUI-CHUAN* AND JEFFREY P. HILL.
  35. Spore morphology of heterosporous ferns and its possible implications for understanding the evolution of the seed habit. - SCHNEIDER, HARALD* AND KATHLEEN M. PRYER.
  36. Sporophyll pinna meristem development in Ceratopteris richardii. - HILL, JEFFREY P.
  37. Structural and functional diversification of the YABBY gene family across angiosperms. - KUZOFF, ROBERT K.*, JOHN L. BOWMAN, AND CHARLES S. GASSER.
  38. Structural evolution of seeds in gymnosperms. - TARBAEVA, VERONICA.
  39. Structural Fruit Color in Delarbrea michieana (Araliaceae). - LEE, DAVID W.*, GEORGE T. TAYLOR, AND ANTHONY K. IRVINE.
  40. Structure of the Banana Inflorescence, The. - KIRCHOFF, BRUCE*, SONJA CAUBLE, ELIZABETH SHELTON, AND ALLYSON PREVETTE.
  41. Tendril development in Antigonon leptopus Hook. & Arn. (Polygonaceae). - GERRATH, JEAN M.
  42. Torreya case indicates autonomy of shoot apical meristem generating phyllotaxy. - BANASIAK, ALICJA, S.* AND BEATA ZAGóRSKA-MAREK.
  43. Typical orchid mycorrhiza and protocorm seedling biology found in Neuwiedia. - KRISTIANSEN, KIM A.
  44. Unusual androecium and pollination system in Cochliostema (Commelinaceae), The. - HARDY, CHRISTOPHER R.* AND DENNIS WM. STEVENSON.
  45. Variation of stigma characters in relation to their function. - DULBERGER, RIVKA.
  46. Vascular homodromy in branching shoots of conifers. - ZAGóRSKA-MAREK, BEATA AND ALICJA, S. BANASIAK.*