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Vascular patterns in palm stems: variations of the Rhapis principle. Journ. Arnold Arbor. 55, 402-424. Zimmermann, M. , Tomlinson, P. B. and LeClaire, J. (1974). Vascular construction and development in the stems of certain Pandanaceae. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 68, 21-41. COMPARATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF VASCULAR TISSUE PATTERNS IN THE SHOOT APEX OF FERNS Richard A. White Department of Botany Duke University Durham, North Carolina In the pertinent literature related to vascular pattern development in the ferns, two themes, at least, predominate: (1) there is a considerable cauline or stem influence in the establishment of the pattern, or (2) the primary influence which determines xylem differentiation and maturation patterns relates to the leaves and their development at the apex.

I. and Priestley, J. H. anatomy of Tradescantia Soc. Lond. ) 47, (1925). fluminensis 1-28. Bot. 20, 292-348. Leaf and stem Veil. Jour. Linn. 48 R Barry Tomlinson Stevenson, D. W. recurvata. (1980). Amer. J. Beaucarnea Radial growth in Bot. 67, 476-489. Stevenson, D. W. and Fisher, J. B. (1980). The developmental relationship between primary and secondary thickening growth in Cordyline Tieghem, P. van. (Agavaceae). Bot. (1867). Ann. sei. Aroidees. Tomlinson, P. B. Recherches sur la structure des nat.

68f 1115-1129. French, J. C. and Tomlinson, P. B. terns in stems of Araceae: Bot. Lasioideae. 142, Vascular pat­ Gaz. 142, 366-381. terns in stems of Araceae: Gaz. (1981c). subfamilies Calloideae and French, J. C. and Tomlinson, P. B. (1981d). Vascular pat­ subfamily Philodendroideae. 550-563. French, J. C. and Tomlinson, P. B. terns in stems of Araceae: (1983). Vascular pat­ subfamilies Colocasioideae, Aroideae and Pistioideae. Amer. J. : 70:756-771. French, J. C , Clancy, K. and Tomlinson, P.

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