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Elaiophores: their taxonomic distribution, morphology and functions

Clivia Carolina Fiorilo Possobom, Silvia Rodrigues Machado

Outer cell wall structure and the secretion mechanism of colleters of Bathysa nicholsonii K. Schum. (Rubiaceae)

Emilio de Castro Miguel, Saulo Pireda, Claudia Franca Barros, Umberto Zottich, Valdirene Moreira Gomes, Flavio Costa Miguens, Maura Da Cunha

Are stem nectaries common in Gentianaceae Juss.?

Valdnéa Casagrande Dalvi, Renata Maria Strozi Alves Meira, Aristéa Alves Azevedo

Trichomes that secrete substances of a mixed nature in the vegetative and reproductive organs of some species of Moraceae

Bruna Noce Schnetzler, Simone Pádua Teixeira, Cristina Ribeiro Marinho

Beyond pollination: diversity of secretory structures during flower development among different legume lineages

Thais Cury De Barros, Cristina Ribeiro Marinho, Giseli Donizete Pedersoli, Juliana Vilella Paulino, Simone Pádua Teixeira

Secretory spaces in species of the clade Dipterygeae (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae)

Fernanda Helena Palermo, Simone de Pádua Teixeira, Vidal de Freitas Mansano, Viviane Gonçalves Leite, Tatiane Maria Rodrigues

Colleters in Chamaecrista (L.) Moench sect. Chamaecrista and sect. Caliciopsis (Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae): anatomy and taxonomic implications

Marinalva dos Santos Silva, Ítalo Antônio Cotta Coutinho, Maicon Nascimento Araújo, Renata Maria Strozi Alves Meira

Morphology and histochemistry of glandular trichomes in Hyptis villosa Pohl ex Benth. (Lamiaceae) and differential labeling of cytoskeletal elements

Luiz Ricardo dos Santos Tozin, Tatiane Maria Rodrigues

Pericarp ontogeny of Tapirira guianensis Aubl. (Anacardiaceae) reveals a secretory endocarp in young stage

Elisabeth Emilia Augusta Dantas Tölke, Ana Paula Stechhahn Lacchia, Diego Demarco, Sandra Maria Carmello-Guerreiro

A reduced, yet functional, nectary disk integrates a complex system of floral nectar secretion in the genus Zeyheria (Bignoniaceae)

Silvia Rodrigues Machado, Camila Vaz de Souza, Elza Guimarães

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