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Morphoanatomy of dry fruits in Apocynaceae species ecological and evolutionary significance


, : Morphoanatomy of dry fruits in Apocynaceae species ecological and evolutionary significance. Acta Botanica Brasilica: 2, 521-534

Dry fruits predominate in Apocynaceae species, especially the follicle type reported for <i>Aspidosperma parvifolium</i> A.DC., <i>Mesechites mansoana</i> (A.DC.) Woodson and <i>Prestonia coalita</i> (Vell.) Woodson. Anatomical analysis of intact and open fruits was carried out to compare characteristics with those of other species of this family.

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