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IV International Rubiaceae (Gentianales) Conference, 19-24 October 2008, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico: Programme and Abstracts

Proceedings Out of Print
Series: Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume: 44
Edited By: Helga Ochoterana, Teresa Terrazas, Petra De Block and Steven Dessein
88 pages, photos
IV International Rubiaceae (Gentianales) Conference, 19-24 October 2008, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico: Programme and Abstracts
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Language: English

This work contains the programme and abstracts of the 4th International Rubiaceae Conference.

Contents

- Ontogeny of inflorescences, flowers and fruits of Canephora madagascariensis (Octotropideae) [Article]
- Phylogeny of the Spermacoceae s.str.: a quest for well defined genera hampered by morphological plasticity [Article]
- Towards a complete Rubiaceae instalment for the "Flore du Gabon" [Article]
- A new species of Colletoecema (Rubiaceae) from southern Cameroon with a discussion on the relationships among basal Rubioideae [Article]
- Introns and spacers as tools towards resolviIrg the radiation of Rubiaceae [Abstract]
- Multidisciplinary approach traces the biogeographic origin and evolution of Madagascar's Spermacoceae [Abstract]
- Distribution and evolution of circular:mini-proteins in Rubiaceae [Abstract]
- PalRub, an online database for palynological data in Rubiaceae [Article]
- Bacterial leaf symbiois in Rubiilceae : disltribution, characterization, and evolution [Abstract]
- Woodiness within the Spermacoceae-Knoxieae alliance (Rubioideae, Rubiaceae ): a case of reversal to the basal woody condition ? [Abstract]
- Phytogeography of Central Africa based on-distribution patterns of Rubiaceae [Article]
- Synopsis of the genus Mitriostigma (Rubiaceae) with a new moonocaulous species from southern Cameroon [Article]
- Craterispermum, an enigmatic Afro-Madagascan Rubiaeceae genus [Article]
- Assessing the phylogenetic utilty of Glutamine Synthetase and Maltate Synthase in the genus Tricalysia (Rubiaeae) [Article]
- The tribal placement of the monospecific tropical African genus Petitiocodon (Rubiaceae) based on molecular data and morphology [Article]

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Proceedings Out of Print
Series: Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume: 44
Edited By: Helga Ochoterana, Teresa Terrazas, Petra De Block and Steven Dessein
88 pages, photos
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