Electrophoretic analysis of the pollen-free slime shows a single glycoprotein component. When the grains are artificially released from the anther into water they immediately expand and the intine …
Conclusions: 3 Exine sculpture of E. densa. Pollen germinated within 15 min after pollination. Naturally pollinated inflorescences of R. maritima were collected from the field. It also provides potential autapomorphic and synapomorphic palynological characters of use in phylogenetic analyses and taxonomy. Tanaka, N. 2003. All content in this area was uploaded by Norio Tanaka on Nov 25, 2015, ... For example, pollenkitt, the sticky lipid-based compound that facilitates pollen clumping, is associated with animal pollination, aiding adherence of pollen to pollinators (Pacini and Hesse, 2005;Lin et al., 2013;Amador et al., 2017). The intact pollen grains can not be preserved in natural conditions. Molecular data (atpB‐rbcL, petD, rps16, trnL‐trnF, ETS, ITS) confirm that the genus is biphyletic. Halophila disperses strings of four reniform trinucleate pollen grains contained in a mucilaginous moniliform tube. It is possible that the evolution of wind pollination in the angiosperms paralleled the evolution of the deciduous habit. Striate exine patterns and prolate shapes characterized the pollen of the Agrimoniinae, Methods: Small effective pollen loads suggest that pollen competition intensity is low. Conclusions: The entomophilous genera Egeria, Blyxa, Ottelia, Stratiotes, and Hydrocharis share pollen grains that have projections like spines or bacula. except for the microechinate-verrucate pattern and subprolate to spheroidal shapes observed in Hagenia. The hypohydrophilous genera Thalassia and Najas are characterized by pollen grains … Flora - Morphology Distribution Functional Ecology of Plants. Methods: Our analyses of plastid and nuclear (ITS) DNA datasets produce largely congruent results that recover the two subgenera but find little support for most sectional classifications. The pollen grains are usually inaperturate, spheroidal to subellipsoidal in shape, but those of Stratiotes aloides and Halophila ovalis are monosulcate. Phylogeny of the family Hydrocharitaceae inferred from rbcL and matK gene sequence data. Questions from Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants. However, this assumption has rarely been tested using empirical data. Premise: SHEN Xian-Sheng ZHANG Wen-Rui YANG Jie-Pin. These regions will differ in color from the rest of the grain. There is a high degree of specialisation in surface ornamentation, wall structure and aperture type in these groups when compared to other caesalpinioid taxa. Pollen morphology of 15 species in nine genera of Hydrocharitaceae was examined with light microscope (LM), scanning electron microscope (SEM) and transmission electron microscope (TEM). Publisher=Nippon Chigakukenkyu-Kai Multiple lines of evidence supported the hypothesis that pollen disparity in Ericaceae did not evolve steadily but rather pulsed over time, clearly decoupling from the relative constant rate pattern of species diversification inferred. The pollen was probably produced by wetland or aquatic plants, adapted to a sudden change in the water regime during the vegetation season. The central cytoplasmic part is the source of nuclei responsible for fertilization. In nature only the grains in contact with the stigma develop pollen tubes so one rarely sees more than 3 grains in a tetrad germinating. Premise: Ce produit de la ruche est maintenu dans sa forme la plus pure, pour assurer une efficacité thérapeutique maximale. Abstract: In order to study the biological feature of a submerged plant, we observed the form and structure of the pollen grain of Hydrilla verticillata of Hydrocharitaceae by optical microscopy and SEM. 1. Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) in the Aegean Sea (Turkey) Berrin Dural1*, Emine ükran Okudan2, Nilsun Demir3, ... pollen grains extend from the hypanthium, which functions as a style, into the ovary, where fertilisation takes place. Among monocots, compound pollen grains are known in Alismatales (Araceae, Hydrocharitaceae, Scheuchzeriaceae), Poales (Bromeliaceae, Cyperaceae, Juncaceae, Typhaceae, Thurniaceae), Asparagales (Amaryllidaceae, Orchidaceae), Commelinales (Philydraceae) and Pandalales (Velloziaceae) (Knox & McConchie, 1986; Copenhaver, 2005). Once stamens unfold to the critical angle, at which the elasticity of the filament just exceeds the adhesion between sepals and anthers, the stamens automatically rebound and release pollen in milliseconds. The stigma pellicle exhibits cytochemically detectable esterase activity and binds the lectin concanavalin A. This study aims to better understand the complexities of the pollen morphological variation by assessing them with regard to recent phylogenetic studies, and also to provide pollen characters that will help to gain more resolution in systematic studies. Journal/Book_names=Chigakukenkyu. Alismataceae are sister groups of Hydrocharitaceae; (4) the three marine genera,Halophila, Enhalus andThalassia, are monophyletic; and (5) a peculiar pollination mechanism specific to Hydrocharitaceae (Hydrocharitaceae-epihydrophily), When bees visit inflorescences of apomictic T. officinale, they pick up pollen with spine-spacing phenotypes above the mean and shifted toward those of sexual T. ceratophorum. In this study, we observed the male flower structure and pollen dispersal process of H. verticillata. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Dispersed pollen grains Wodehouseia spinata Stanley of unknown botanical affinity from the Maastrichtian of the Amur River Region, Far East are studied using transmitted light, scanning and transmission electron microscopy. No correlation was found in palms. Detailed floral morphological studies show that the nectar guides in the psychophilous species of Kohautia s.str. Each record may contain multiple individual grains and images. Gard. Herbs, annual or perennial, submerged or floating, aquatic, in fresh or brackish water or marine. SEM. , 2002, 40(6): 490-500. The pollen morphology of 11 genera and 11 species of the Hydrocharitaceae and one species of the Najadaceae was studied using scanning and transmission electron microscopies, and the exine structures and sculptures are discussed in relation to pollination mechanisms and the molecular phylogeny. The entomophilous genera Egeria, Blyxa, Ottelia, Stratiotes, and Hydrocharis share pollen grains that have projections like spines or bacula. & Schltdl. and Cordylostigma evolved in different ways but result in the same visual effect. Further development of male gametophyte occurs on stigma after pollination .The smaller ... Hypohydrophily (below the surface of water eg. Chinese Bulletin of Botany, 2002, 19(04): 484-487. Furthermore, if other plant species that evolve away from obligate entomophily also exhibit less effective pollen dispersal traits (sensu. volume=26. Reference Details: or microverrucate exines represented primitive states for tribe Sanguisorbeae. 1 Polyad : 14 Tetrad- A group of four united pollen grains. About 79 angiosperm families and 380 genera contain aquatic species; 119 genera (31.3%) are wind pollinated. A correlation between ornamentation type and pollination was highlighted in Araceae although the results slightly differ depending on the method and the options chosen for performing the analyses. We analyzed the stamen movements during pollen dispersal process and conducted several controlled experiments to study the process of storage and release of elastic potential energy in explosive pollination. This study analyzes the evolution of spore ornamentation in once-pinnate maidenhair ferns (Adiantum) using scanning electron microscopy and ancestral state reconstruction. Various trees, grasses and weeds create pollen, which can cause hay fever, irritate your eyes and skin. Most pollen grains consist of three distinct parts. The verrucate protrusions develop into spines during free microspore stage. Hydrocharitaceae . Flies picked up larger pollen from flowers than expected at random. The recovered evidence fits well with the expectations of limitations on available pollen morphological disparity, and suggests that innovation of pollen germination traits may have little effect on species diversification. were investigated with scanning and transmission electron microscopies. out a phylogenetic, Najas (Hydrocharitaceae) is a cosmopolitan genus of 30–40 species of aquatic plants. 9 verhandelingen der koninklijke nederlandse akademie van wetenschappen, afd.
Floral, pollen and seed characters were studied to morphologically characterize Kohautia s.str. Hydrocharitaceae is a plant family that includes a number of species of aquatic plant, ... the inner ones sometimes sterile. This contrasts with the situation in seagrasses belonging to the Zosteraceae where the filiform shape is established before meiosis. Two pollen types are previously not recorded in Gramineae. Journal of Plant Research, 110, 329 –337. The pollen grains ofOttelia alismoides are inaperturate, not omniaperturate, because of the well-developed foot layer. The tetrad tube substance originates in the tapetal periplasmodium and deposition begins soon after meiosis. The ancestral flowers of Araceae were pollinated by beetles while ancestral pollination in Arecaceae is equivocal. We currently have 1 digitised slides. These arise by successive transverse partitioning of an elongate mother cell and the linear unit so formed is maintained throughout pollen development. Discovery of male plants of Najas marina L. (Hydrocharitaceae) in Britain R. J. HANDLEY* and A. J. DAVY School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ ABSTRACT The dioecious, annual macrophyte Najas marina is represented in Britain only in the Norfolk Broads. Methods: /
We suggest that spore ornamentation evolved from simple to complex in Adiantum. Spore morphology is diverse and complex in ferns, thus serving as an important indicator of taxonomy. The pollen morphology and tapetal membranes of 17 species of Trillium were examined by scanning and transmission electron microscopy.-from Author. ... A relationship between abiotic pollination (wind and water) and smooth (or nearly) pollen grains has been proposed in many studies [1,22] but concerning biotic pollination, the results are more controversial. Thalassia disperses spherical trinucleate pollen grains. Triple fusion is characteristic of. Outgroup comparison indicated that operculate colpi, three apertures, and polymorphism for striate We tested the statistical significance of an association between pollen ornamentation and pollination system in two families of the monocotyledons, the Araceae and the Arecaceae, taking into account the phylogenetic framework. The pollen grains are usually inaperturate, spheroidal to subellipsoidal in shape, but those of Stratiotes aloides and Halophila ovalis are monosulcate. The infratectum structure suggests that Wodehouseia should be placed within an advanced group of eudicots. Using the molecular phylogeny to show pollen diversity and distribution, we provide an overview of pollen morphology in the Cercideae. Genera. Given that grains with spine distance phenotypes resembling those of T. ceratophorum better adhere to the bee, we hypothesize that the reduced spine characteristics of T. officinale may inhibit introgression in mixed populations. We also show that the method chosen may strongly influence the results. The ancestral state of spore ornamentation in Adiantum is probably tuberculate, with verrucate ornamentation possibly deriving from tuberculate. in the region. Pollen is globular and free but in the marine genera (Thalassia and Halophila) - the pollen grains are carried in chains, like strings of beads. The geography of wind pollination in the angiosperms can be understood best in terms of these prerequisites for efficient transport of pollen. The anemophilous genus Limnobium has reticulate pollen grains. were supported by molecular phylogenetic tree; (2) Najas (Najadaceae), which has never been included in Hydrocharitaceae except The entomophilous genera Egeria, Blyxa, Ottelia, Stratiotes, and Hydrocharis share pollen grains that have projections like spines or bacula. Earlier analyses identified tropical Asia, which harbors more than one-third of all species, as the area of origin for the genus, but this inference. Bar = 1 mm. https://www.chinbullbotany.com/EN/, https://www.chinbullbotany.com/EN/Y2002/V19/I04/484. Water-pollination (hydrophily) is a rare but important pollination mechanism that has allowed angiosperms to colonize marine and aquatic habitats. The pollen grains are usually inaperturate, spheroidal to subellipsoidal in shape, but those of Stratiotes aloides and Halophila ovalis are monosulcate. Air bubbles cause the male flower to surface. Ann. Annals of the Tsukuba Botanical Garden, 22, 11 –13. In only two genera (0.5%), Brasenia (Cabombaceae) and Limnobium (Hydrocharitaceae), is it likely that the evolution from entomophily to anemophily has taken place in the aquatic environment. Aperture Number- An aperture refers to the thinner regions within a pollen grain. Four types (I–IV) were observed only in subtribe Sanguisorbinae whereas two types Cytochemical tests show that the pollen wall in the three species contains acidic and neutral polysaccharides and acid hydrolase acitivity is detected in the intine of H. stipulacea and T. hemprichii. Pollination of the genus Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) by waterborne pollen grains: 2. The ancestral ornamentation in Araceae is foveolate/reticulate. The first branching lineages in tribe Cercideae have an unspecialised pollen type, whereas the more variable and distinct pollen types are found in the more derived lineages, in Schnella, Lasiobema, Phanera and Bauhinia s.str. Flowering plants show a high diversity of pollen morphology, assumed to reflect not only variations in the underlying design, but also stress imposed by ecological conditions related to pollen survival and germination. Home; Master Reference Collection ; Hydrocharitaceae; Digitised Reference Slides. analysis based on the sequences of therbcL andmatK. Species of Kohautia can easily be distinguished from other Spermacoceae by their monomorphic short‐styled flowers in which anthers and stigma are included in the corolla tube, with the stigma always positioned below the anthers. Each record may contain multiple individual grains and images. Hydrocharitaceae. To gather more basic information regarding the adaptive evolution of Hydrocharitaceae, we have carried
After the male flower is liberated from the mother plant, the stamens unfold rapidly with the sepals under adhesion and transfer the elastic potential energy to the filament in seconds. 2. In a 3-D pollen morphospace, most major clades appear to occupy distinct neighbouring regions, whereas the subfamily Epacridoideae overlaps extensively with other subfamilies. Annals of the Tsukuba Botanical Garden 19:7-12. flower the help of water is called: (A) anemophily (B) zoophily (C Among the different types of relationship implying pollen ornamentation that have been suggested, the existence of a link between exine sculpturing and pollinator type has often been proposed and was even evidenced in certain situations (see additional file 1). Annals of the Tsukuba Botanical Garden 22:143-145. Pollen structures have developed in other genera as an adaptation to pollination mechanisms (Proctor & al., 1996;Hesse, 2000; ... Pollen and pollination. Caulinia. Thalassodendron disperses filiform trinucleate pollen grains. P. Biju Department of Botany, Government College, Kasaragod, Kerala, ... presence of compound pollen grain, large pollen grains, apetalous female flowers and … The average shortest possible pollen tube pathway was 425 μm and pollen tubes first reached the ovule at 45 min after pollination. 1 . Wind pollination is not considered an important feature especially associated with life in the aquatic environment. Maximum parsimony analyses suggest a weakly supported basal dichotomy, while Neighbor Net analysis indicates strong support for five distinct lineages. La famille est cosmopolite, mais principalement tropicale, dans des milieux aquatiques très variés, continentaux ou océaniques. In order to study the biological feature of a submerged plant, we observed the form and structure of the pollen grain of Hydrilla verticillata of Hydrocharitaceae by optical microscopy and SEM. requires re-evaluation using worldwide taxon sampling. The pollen in Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii is spherical and has an ornamented exine. Compound pollen may characterize entire species-rich families (e.g. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. Adventitive polyembryony occurs in. Exine sculpturing within Sanguisorbinae represented variations of striate, verrucate, rugulate, and perforate 3. Pollination of the genus Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) by waterborne pollen grains. Air bubbles cause the male flower to surface. It is probably the same in Arecaceae. Pollen grains of 57 species (representing 42 genera) of the Chloridoideae have been investigated using light, scanning and transmission electron microscopy. Tanaka, N., Setoguchi, H. and Murata, J. While an infrageneric subdivision into two subgenera is generally accepted, various sectional classifications proposed in subg. Approximately 250 pollen samples from tribe Cercideae were studied using light as well as scanning and transmission electron microscopy, with 58 of those samples taken from 55 species of 12 genera matching those analysed in a recent molecular phylogeny. As predicted by search theory, pollen is dispersed in negatively buoyant rafts of pollen grains (that superficially resemble strings of frog spawn) which are bound by a slime of apparent thecal origin. The outer and most durable layer, the exine, is very resistant to disintegration; treatment with intense heat, strong … Hydrocharitaceae; Digitised Reference Slides. The anemophilous genus Limnobium has reticulate pollen grains. An exine layer is not found in Halophila stipulacea where reniform pollen grains are contained within transparent moniliform tubes.
In order to translate the biphyletic nature of Kohautia into a formal classification, the two subgenera are recognized at generic level. A foot layer is formed by accumulation of lamellated structure. These data, together with palynological data for taxa previously studied, were mapped into recent molecular phylogenetic trees to re-evaluate the existing classification and phylogenetic relationships in the two families. KeywordsAgrimoniinae-Palynology-Phylogeny-Sanguisorbeae-Sanguisorbinae. In explosive pollination, many structures and mechanisms have evolved to achieve high‐speed stamen movement. Le pollen cru également appelé « pollen frais » ou est congelé immédiatement après la récolte et conservé en tant que tel. Key results: Results: A similar type of floral organisation thus seems to have evolved twice independently, resulting in similar, but distantly related lineages. In hybrid zones between apomictic and sexual dandelions, pollen traits place apomictic donors at a dispersal disadvantage, potentially reinforcing reproductive isolation. in Shaffer-Fehre's (1991) system based on seed coat structures, is an ingroup of Hydrocharitaceae; (3) Limnocharitaceae and Selection for traits such as a long period of stigma receptivity, fast pollen germination, and carpel morphology likely played a larger role in shaping postpollination reproductive development in Ruppia than evolution in pollen tube growth rates. The male flower of a submerged plant Hydrilla verticillata is reported to be able to release pollen explosively after leaving from the mother plant for a period of time, but the mechanism of stamen movement and the related functional structure in this species are unclear. Results: The characteristic form of the pollen in this genus is attained during post-meiotic growth and differentiation, as in other genera belonging to the same family. The inaperturate pollen grains ofOttelia are characterized by the spinous protrusions and the granular foot … The pollen grain lacks aperture, and contains many
No evidence for correlations was found between dimension of pollen disparity and species diversity at either the subfamily or generic level. Cite this article: SUN Kun,CHEN Jia-Kuan,ZHANG Zhi-Yun. Epihydrophily is pollina- tion at the water surface (Cox, 1988; Philbrick, 1988, 1991), e.g., Vallisneria (Hydrocharitaceae). Subsequent development of the surviving, functional microspores does not differ essentially from the pattern of morphogenesis in terrestrial flowering plants. The process of transfer of pollen grains from another to stigematic surface of the. Both methods revealed several well–supported, small terminal clades which correspond to previously described genera, characterised by unique morphological features and character combinations. These patterns arise due to exine's assembly into various nano‐ and microstructures, and due to the absence of exine deposition at certain areas of the pollen surface. 0
Exine structure and its developmental program in a submerged plant,Ottella alismoides (L.) Per. In Thalassia the tapetal periplasmodium is progressively transformed into thecal slime. The distribution of morphological structures is examined by mapping them onto a recently published molecular phylogenetic tree. A foot layer is formed by accumulation of lamellated structure. • 研究简报 •
Partitioning is followed by a phase of cellular degeneration affecting one or two, never more, members of the tetrad. The Cercideae is currently the subject of much research. Annals of the Tsukuba Botanical Garden, 22, 11 –13. Our resulting neighbor-joining distance tree provides the following insights: (1) none of the previous classification systems 4 Pollen grain of Blyxa japonica with spines. Both components are expected to constrain the accumulation of pollen disparity. Bar = 10 mm. Spiny pollen has evolved independently in multiple entomophilous lineages. 19 ›› Issue (04): 484-487. Here, we review the current state of knowledge about the exine and aperture patterns, their perceived roles in plant reproduction, and the cellular and molecular mechanisms that guide their formation. Publication of " A Field Guide to Aquatic Plants of Myanmar", National Museum of Nature and Science and Forest Research Institute of Myanmar (Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation) started a new joint research project from 2016 towards, Explore the evolutionary process of the Aristolochia kaempferi group (Aristolochiaceae), Illiciaceae and Schisandraceae, together with other members of Austrobaileyales have been identified as one of the earliest diverging lineages of angiosperms, within the ANITA grade. Conclusions: Juncaceae… delimitations have previously hindered our understanding of the similarities, differences, evolution and taxonomic significance of the various pollen structures found within the tribe. It is often considered that smooth pollen grains are associated with abiotic pollination (wind or water) while echinulate or reticulate pollen grains are associated with biotic pollination, particularly entomophily [1. Cytochemical tests show that the pollen wall in the three species contains acidic and neutral polysaccharides and acid hydrolase acitivity is detected in the intine of H. stipulacea and T. hemprichii. Anatomical structures of the achenes suggested relationships with greatest concordance to those in the molecular phylogeny. Distribution Recent Palaeo Naiad Family. It is commonly stated that smooth pollen grains are associated with wind or water nation. The pollen grains of the Hydrocharitaceae are spherical, inaperturate, and form monads or tetrads, while those of the Najadaceae are elliptical, inaperturate, and form monads. Chinese Bulletin of Botany ›› 2002, Vol. The flange and unevenly thickened endexine could facilitate harmomegathy. Global Pollen Project UUID df216f74-a803-456d-bacf-f92e4cd0fdbe Botanical Reference None available. Sexual selection may act on exine traits that facilitate male mating success by influencing the transfer of pollen from the anther to the body of the pollinator, while natural selection acts to increase pollen survival.
Next Articles, SHEN Xian-Sheng ZHANG Wen-Rui YANG Jie-Pin. Polyploidy has been widely observed in the genus but its correlation with phylogeny has yet to be explored. A substitute name, Cordylostigma Groeninckx & Dessein is proposed for K. subg. Conclusion: In this study, we show that the relationships between the ornamentation type and the pollination system depend on the family and hence vary among taxonomic groups. (1997). Here we applied a molecular phylogenetic approach using balanced taxon sampling (1) to test infrageneric classifications, (2) to re-assess biogeographic origin, and (3) to explore whether and how polyploidy characterizes evolutionary lineages. The intine consists, at least in part, of cellulose or hemicellulose. The pattern of the exine sculpture and sporoderm ultrastructure suggests that insects contributed to pollination. Pollen picked up by bumblebees exhibited a narrower subset of spine-spacing phenotypes, consistent with stabilizing selection. This overview of pollen structure presents a summary of the distribution of pollen morphological variation, providing data which allows the structural variation in pollen to be compared and contrasted in evolutionary and taxonomic contexts. The anther first appears as a cylindrical structure composed of a mass of meristematic cells, which consists of three “germ’ layers designated as L1, L2 and L3, which gives rise to different anther tissues. marine angiosperms included in the Hydrocharitaceae. Hypohydrophily : Plants which are pollinated inside the water g. Zostera, Ceratophyllum, Najas, etc. Pollination of the genus Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) by waterborne pollen grains: 2. 水鳖科 shui bie ke Authors: Qingfeng Wang, Youhao Guo, Robert R. Haynes & C. Barre Hellquist. Kohautia Cham. pollination mechanisms. Because of the great diversity of morphological features and lack of molecular phylogeny for the tribe, the classification of its genera has always been controversial. In the current study, pollen grains of 21 taxa from Illiciaceae and Schisandraceae were investigated. These conditions do not exist in northern temperate forests, or in prairies, or in savannas. Aquatic angiosperms have evolved from terrestrial ancestors several times. in the Rubiaceae tribe Vanguerieae. In Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) the pollen grains are heavy and are propelled through air from the male to the female; although this mechanism almost certainly evolved in water, it is not considered to be true anemophily where buoyant grains are carried by air movements. Mainly because of this unique floral morphology, Kohautia was considered to be a distinct genus. Abstract:
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