Ronse De Craene
Ronse De Craene
MSc course Director, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Verified email at rbge.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Gunnerales are sister to other core eudicots: implications for the evolution of pentamery
DE Soltis, AE Senters, MJ Zanis, S Kim, JD Thompson, PS Soltis, ...
American Journal of Botany 90 (3), 461-470, 2003
1752003
Floral diagrams: an aid to understanding flower morphology and evolution
LPR De Craene
Cambridge University Press, 2010
1622010
Evolution of floral structures in basal angiosperms
LP Ronse De Craene, PS Soltis, DE Soltis
International Journal of Plant Sciences 164 (S5), S329-S363, 2003
1292003
Are petals sterile stamens or bracts? The origin and evolution of petals in the core eudicots
LP Ronse De Craene
Annals of Botany 100 (3), 621-630, 2007
882007
Merosity in flowers: definition, origin, and taxonomic significance
LPR Decraene, EF Smets
Plant Systematics and Evolution 191 (1-2), 83-104, 1994
721994
The evolutionary significance of homeosis in flowers: a morphological perspective
LP Ronse De Craene
International Journal of Plant Sciences 164 (S5), S225-S235, 2003
662003
Homology and evolution of petals in the core eudicots
LP Ronse De Craene
Systematic Botany 33 (2), 301-325, 2008
602008
Anatomical features associated with water transport in imperforate tracheary elements of vessel-bearing angiosperms
Y Sano, H Morris, H Shimada, LP Ronse De Craene, S Jansen
Annals of botany 107 (6), 953-964, 2011
562011
The systematic relationships of glucosinolate-producing plants and related families: a cladistic investigation based on morphological and molecular characters
LP Ronse De Craene, E Haston
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 151 (4), 453-494, 2006
522006
Floral Development of Berberidopsis corallina: a Crucial Link in the Evolution of Flowers in the Core Eudicots
LP Ronse De Craene
Annals of Botany 94 (5), 741-751, 2004
472004
Origin and evolution of petals in angiosperms
LP Ronse De Craene, SF Brockington
Plant Ecology and Evolution 146 (1), 5-25, 2013
432013
Establishment of zygomorphy on an ontogenic spiral and evolution of perianth in the tribe Delphinieae (Ranunculaceae)
F Jabbour, LP Ronse De Craene, S Nadot, C Damerval
Annals of botany 104 (5), 809-822, 2009
372009
Flower development of Meliosma (Sabiaceae): evidence for multiple origins of pentamery in the eudicots
L Wanntorp, LP Ronse De Craene
American Journal of Botany 94 (11), 1828-1836, 2007
362007
Floral anatomy and systematics of Bretschneidera (Bretschneideraceae)
LPR De Craene, TYA Yang, P Schols, EF Smets
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 139 (1), 29-45, 2002
352002
Meristic changes in gynoecium morphology, exemplified by floral ontogeny and anatomy
LP Ronse De Craene
Reproductive biology in systematics, conservation and economic botany, 85-112, 1998
351998
Reevaluation of the perianth and androecium in Caryophyllales: implications for flower evolution
LPR De Craene
Plant Systematics and Evolution 299 (9), 1599-1636, 2013
332013
Floral Development and Anatomy ofMoringa oleifera (Moringaceae): What is the Evidence for a Capparalean or Sapindalean Affinity?
LPR Decraene, J De Laet, EF Smets
Annals of Botany 82 (3), 273-284, 1998
331998
The Gunnera Flower: Key to Eudicot Diversification or Response to Pollination Mode?
L Wanntorp, LPRD Craene
International Journal of Plant Sciences 166 (6), 945-953, 2005
322005
The androecium of monocotyledons
LP Ronse De Craene, EF Smets
Monocotyledons: systematics and evolution. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 243-254, 1995
311995
Asymmetric morphogenetic cues along the transverse plane: shift from disymmetry to zygomorphy in the flower of Fumarioideae
C Damerval, H Citerne, M Le Guilloux, S Domenichini, J Dutheil, ...
American journal of botany 100 (2), 391-402, 2013
292013
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