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Development of the hypanthium and androecium in South American Myrtoideae (Myrtaceae)

Development of the hypanthium and androecium in South American Myrtoideae (Myrtaceae)

New Zealand Journal of Botany 41(1): 161-169

ISSN/ISBN: 0028-825X

DOI: 10.1080/0028825x.2003.9512836

Floral organogeny and development are described for three species of South American Myrtoideae: Acca sellowiana, Luma apiculata, and Ugni molinae. The flowers have large numbers of stamens which vary in size but are all initiated on the flank of the invaginated apex. The floral architecture is the result of the degree of synchrony of the timing of stamen initiation and hypanthial expansion.

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