Alessandra Coan
Alessandra Coan
Instituto de Biocięncias de Rio Claro, Universidade Estadual Paulista "Julio de Mesquita Filho
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Molecular phylogeny, morphology and their implications for the taxonomy of Eriocaulaceae
AM Giulietti, MJG Andrade, VL Scatena, M Trovó, AI Coan, PT Sano, ...
Rodriguésia 63, 001-019, 2012
Anatomia de algumas espécies aquáticas de Eriocaulaceae brasileiras
AI Coan, VL Scatena, AM Giulietti
Acta Botanica Brasilica 16, 371-384, 2002
Seed morphology and post-seminal development of Tillandsia L.(Bromeliaceae) from the" Campos Gerais", Paraná, Southern Brazil
VL Scatena, S Segecin, AI Coan
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 49, 945-951, 2006
Comparative embryology and taxonomic considerations in Eriocaulaceae (Poales)
AI Coan, T Stützel, VL Scatena
Feddes Repertorium 121 (7‐8), 268-284, 2010
What do floral anatomy and micromorphology tell us about Neotropical Bulbophyllum section Didactyle (Orchidaceae: Bulbophyllinae)?
ELP Nunes, EC Smidt, T Stützel, AI Coan
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 175 (3), 438-452, 2014
X-ray spectra in SEM and staining with chrome azurol S show Al deposits in leaf tissues of Al-accumulating and non-accumulating plants from the cerrado
ACG Bressan, AI Coan, G Habermann
Plant and soil 404, 293-306, 2016
Comparative floral micromorphology and anatomy of species of Bulbophyllum section Napelli (Orchidaceae), a Neotropical section widely distributed in forest habitats
ELP Nunes, EC Smidt, T Stützel, AI Coan
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 177 (3), 378-394, 2015
Comparative study of ovule and fruit development in species of Hypolytrum and Rhynchospora (Cyperaceae, Poales)
AI Coan, MV Alves, VL Scatena
Plant Systematics and Evolution 272, 181-195, 2008
Embryology and seed development of Blastocaulon scirpeum and Paepalanthus scleranthus (Eriocaulaceae)
AI Coan, VL Scatena
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 199 (1), 47-57, 2004
Evidence of pseudomonad pollen formation in Hypolytrum (Mapanioideae, Cyperaceae)
AI Coan, MV Alves, VL Scatena
Australian Journal of Botany 58 (8), 663-672, 2010
Importance of anatomical leaf features for characterization of three species of Mapania (Mapanioideae, Cyperaceae) from the Amazon Forest, Brazil
A de Lima SILVA, MV da Silva ALVES, AI COAN
Floral development and vascularization help to explain merism evolution in Paepalanthus (Eriocaulaceae, Poales)
A de Lima Silva, M Trovó, AI Coan
PeerJ 4, e2811, 2016
Embryology and seed development of Syngonanthus caulescens (Poir.) Ruhland (Eriocaulaceae-Poales)
AI Coan, MM Rosa, VL Scatena
Aquatic botany 86 (2), 148-156, 2007
Leaf morphological plasticity of tree species from two developmental stages in araucaria forest
WL Vieira, MRT Boeger, NL Cosmo, AI Coan
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 57, 476-485, 2014
Anatomical aspects of the gynoecium of species of Anthurium sect. Urospadix Engl.(Araceae, Alismatales)
LP Poli, LG Temponi, AI Coan
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 207 (8), 615-621, 2012
Water content and GA3-induced embryonic cell expansion explain Euterpe edulis seed germination, rather than seed reserve mobilisation
GG Roberto, AI Coan, G Habermann
Seed Science and Technology 39 (3), 559-571, 2011
Comparative floral morphology and anatomy of Thurniaceae, an early-diverging family in the cyperids (Poales, Monocotyledons)
AL Silva, MVS Alves, AI Coan
Plant systematics and evolution 306 (3), 53, 2020
Paepalanthus echinoides (Eriocaulaceae), a new species from central Brazil with notes on leaf and scape anatomy
M Trovó, AL Silva, AI Coan
Phytotaxa 231 (1), 81-88, 2015
Aniba subbullata (Lauraceae), a new species from the Chapada Diamantina, Bahia, Brazil with notes on the leaf epidermis of congeneric species
HL Ribeiro, AI Coan, PLR de Moraes
Feddes Repertorium 129 (2), 105-122, 2018
Megaspore investigations of Selaginella species from Săo Paulo, Brazil
DS Bauer
American Fern Journal 106 (2), 55-86, 2016
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