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Shalimov, A. P.; Shmakov, A. I.; Rodionov, A. V. (2015)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Turczaninowia
Languages: Russian
Types: Article

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Методом сканирующей электронной микроскопии (СЭМ) проведено сравнительное исследование спор десяти видов семейства Polypodiaceae J. Presl & C. Presl из родов Polypodiodes Ching, Metapolypodium Ching, Polypodiastrum Ching, Goniophlebium (Blume) C. Presl. Выявлено, что споры исследованных видов представлены тремя морфологическими типами, первый из которых свойственен Polypodiodes и Metapolypodium, второй – Goniophlebium и третий – Polypodiastrum. По морфологии спор можно судить о близком родстве между родами Polypodiodes и Metapolypodium и промежуточном положении Polypodiastrum между ними и Goniophlebium.
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