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Cone morphology in Juniperus in the light of cone evolution in Cupressaceae s.l

Cone morphology in Juniperus in the light of cone evolution in Cupressaceae s.l

Flora Jena 198(3): 161-177

DOI: 10.1078/0367-2530-00088

The interpretation of the berry-like, fleshy cones of Juniperus was up to now based on concepts about the conifer cone which are dismissed since Florin Comparative morphological and developmental studies showed that ovules alternating with the last whorl of cone scales cannot be regarded as part of a sporophyll (cone scale; pre-Florin interpretation). These alternating ovules are inserted directly on the cone axis and continue the phyllotactic pattern of the cone scales.

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