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Articles or books by two or more authors are cited as follows. When there are two authors, citation is alphabetical after the second author's name. When there are three or more authors, references are cited in the body of the text as (e.g.) Chase et al. 2000a, 2000b, 2000c, and are listed following these sometimes alphabetically qualified dates of publication immediately after all the single- or two-authored articles by the first author.

Taaffe, G. [et al. 2001], Brown, E. A., Crayn, D. M., Gadek, P. A., & Quinn, C. J. 2001. Generic concepts in Styphelieae: Resolving the limits of Leucopogon. Australian J. Bot. 49: 107-120.

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Täckholm, G. 1920. On the cytology of the genus Rosa. A preliminary note. Svensk Bot. Tidskr. 14: 301-311.

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Taggart, R. E., & Cross, A. T. 2009. Global greenhouse to icehouse and back again: The origin and future of the Boreal Forest biome. Global Planet. Change 65: 115-121.

Tago-Nakazawa, M., & Dillon, M. O. 1999. Biogeografía y evolución del clado Nolana (Nolaneae-Solanaceae). Arnaldoa 6(2): 81-116.

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Takacs, E. M. [et al. 2012], Li, J., Du, C., Ponnala, L., Janick-Buckner, D., Yu, J., Muehlbauer, G. J., Schnable, P. S., Timmermans, M. C., Sun, Q, Nettleton, D., & Scanlon, M. J. 2012. Ontogeny of the maize shoot apical meristem. Plant Cell 24: 3219-3234.

Takács, S. [et al. 2008], Bottomley, H., Andreller, I., Zaradnik, T., Schwarz, J., Bennett, R., Strong, W., & Gries, G. 2008. Infrared radiation from hot cones on cool conifers attracts seed-feeding insects. Proc. Royal Soc. B, 276: 649-655.

Takahara, M. [et al. 2022/2023], Tsugawa, S., Sakamoto, S., Demura, T., & Nakata, M. T. 2022. Pulvinar slits: Cellulose-deficient and de-methyl-esterified pectin-rich structures in a legume motor cell. bioRχiv doi: = Takahara, M. [et al. 2023], Tsugawa, S., Sakamoto, S., Demura, T., & Nakata, M. T. 2023. Pulvinar slits: Cellulose-deficient and de-methyl-esterified pectin-rich structures in a legume motor cell. Plant Physiol. 192: 857-870.

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Takahashi, C. A. [et al. 2022], Neto. A. A. C., & Mercier, H. 2023 [= 2022]. An overview of water and nutrient uptake by epiphytic bromeliads: New insights into the absorbtives capacity of leaf trichomes and roots. Progr. Bot. 83: 345-362.

Takahashi, D., & Setoguchi, H. 2017. Molecular phylogeny and taxonomic implications of Asarum (Aristolochiaceae) based on ITS and matK sequences. Plant Species Biol. doi: 10.1111/1442-1984.12189

Takahashi, H. 1987. Pollen morphology and its taxonomic significance of the Monotropoideae (Ericaceae). Bot. Mag. Tokyo 100: 385-405.

Takahashi, H. 1994. A comparative study of floral development in Trillium apetalon and T. kamtschaticum (Liliaceae). J. Plant Res. 107: 237-243.

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Takahashi, M. [et al. 2001], Herendeen, P. S., & Crane, P. R. 2001. Lauraceous fossil flower from the Kamikitaba locality (Lower Coniacian, Upper Cretaceous) in northeastern Japan. J. Plant Res. 114: 429-434.

Takahashi, M. [et al. 2002], Crane, P. R., & Manchester, S. R. 2002. Hironoia fusiformis gen. et sp. nov.; a cornalean fruit from the Kamikitaba locality (Upper Cretaceous, Lower Coniacian) in northeastern Japan. J. Plant Res. 115: 463-473.

Takahashi, M. [et al. 2008a], Friis, E. M., Herendeen, P. S., & Crane, P. R. 2008a. Fossil flowers of Fagales from the Kamikitaba locality (Early Coniacian: Late Cretaceous) of northeastern Japan. Internat. J. Plant Sci. 169: 899-907.

Takahashi, M. [et al. 2008b], Friis, E. M., Uesugi, K., Suzuki, Y., & Crane, P. R. 2008b. Floral evidence of Annonaceae from the Late Cretaceous of Japan. Internat. J. Plant Sci. 169: 908-917.

Takahashi, N. [et al. 2009], Hashino, M., Kami, C., & Imaichi, R. 2009. Developmental morphology of strap-shaped gametophytes of Colysis decurrens: A new look at meristem devlopment and function in fern gametophytes. Ann. Bot. 104: 1353-1361.

Takahashi, M. [et al. 2014], Herendeen, P. S., Xiao, X., & Crane, P. R. 2014. Lauraceous fossil flowers from the Kamikitaba Assemblage (Coniacian, Late Cretaceous) of northeastern Japan (Lauraceae). Taxon 39: 715-724.

Takahashi, M. [et al. 2017], Herendeen, P. S., & Xiao, X. 2017. Two early eudicot fossil flowers from the Kamikitaba assemblage (Coniacian, Late Cretaceous) in northeastern Japan. J. Plant Res. 130: 809-826.

Takahashi, N. [et al. 2015], Kami, C., Ota, I., Morita, N., & Imaichi, R. 2015. Developmental morphology of the typical cordate gametophyte of a homosporous leptosporangiate fern, Lygodium japonicum (Lygodiaceae), focusing on the initial cell behavior of two distinct meristems. American J. Bot. 102: 197-207.

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Takaso, T. 1981. A developmental study of the integument in gymnosperms (II) Pinus thunbergii Parl., Abies mariesii Mast. and A. veitchii Lindl.. J. Japanese Bot. 56: 73-89, pl. 3-4.

Takaso, T. 1985. A developmental study of the integument in gymnosperms 3. Ephedra distachya L. and E. equisetina Bge. Acta Bot. Neerlandica 34: 33-48.

Takaso, T., & Bouman, F. 1984. Ovule ontogeny and seed development in Potamogeton natans L. (Potamogetonaceae), with a note on the campylotropous ovule. Acta Bot. Neerlandica 33: 519-533.

Takaso, T., & Bouman, F. 1986. Ovule and seed ontogeny in Gnetum gnemon. Bot. Mag. Tokyo 99: 241-266.

Takaso, T., & Owens, J. N. 2008. Significance of exine shedding in Cupressaceae-type pollen. J. Plant Res. 121: 83-85.

Takaso, T., & Tobe, H. 1990. Seed coat morphology and evolution in Celtidaceae and Ulmaceae (Urticales). Bot. Mag. Tokyo 103: 25-41.

Takaso, T., & Tomlinson, P. B. 1989. Aspects of cone and ovule ontogeny in Cryptomeria (Taxodiaceae). American J. Bot. 76: 692-705.

Takaso, T., & Tomlinson, P. B. 1990. Cone and ovule ontogeny in Taxodium and Glyptostrobus (Taxodiaceae-Coniferales). American J. Bot. 77: 1209-1221.

Takaso, T., & Tomlinson, P. B. 1992. Seed cone and ovule ontogeny in Metasequoia, Sequoia and Sequoiadendron (Taxodiaceae-Coniferales). Bot. J. Linnean Soc. 109: 15-37.

Takawira-Nyenya, R. [et al. 2018], Mucina, L., Cardinal-McTeague, W. M., & Thiele, K. R. 2018. Sansevieria (Asparagaceae, Nolinoideae) is a herbaceous clade within Dracaena: Inference from non-coding plastid and nuclear DNA sequence data. Phytotaxa 376: 254-276.

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Takayama, K. [et al. 2008b], Tamura, M., Tateishi, Y., & Kajita, T. 2008b. Remarkable genetic structure of mangrove genus Rhizophora (Rhizophoraceae) in the Atlantic-East Pacific. Pp. 197-198, in Botany 2008. Botany without Borders. [Botanical Society of America, etc. Abstracts.]

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Takhtajan, A. 1976. Neoteny and the origin of flowering plants. Pp. 207-219, in Beck, C. B. (ed.), Origin and Early Evolution of Angiosperms. Columbia University Press), New York.

Takhtajan, A. (ed.). 1982. Magnoliophyta fossilia rossiae et civitatum finitimarum Volumen 2 Ulmaceae - Betulaceae. Nauka, Leningrad. [See Budantsev 1994, 2005, for volumes 3 and 4.]

Takhtajan, A. (ed.). 1985. Anatomia seminum comparativa. Tomus 1. Liliopsida seu Monocotyledones. NAUKA, Leningrad. [In Russian.]

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Takhtajan, A., & Trifonova, V. I. 1999. Fruit and seed anatomy of the genus Kaliphora (Kaliphoraceae) in relation to its taxonomic position. Bot. Zhurn. 84(4): 1-8. [In Russian.]

Takhtajan, A. [et al. 1985], Meyer, N. R., & Kosenko, V. N. 1985. Pollen morphology and classification in Rafflesiaceae s.l. Bot. Zhurn. 70: 153-162. [In Russian.]

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Tam, S.-M. [et al. 2004], Boyce, P. C., Upson, T. M., Barabé, D., Bruneau, A., Forest, F., é Parker, J. S. 2004. Intergeneric and infrafamilial phylogeny of subfamily Monsteroideae (Araceae) revealed by chloroplast trnL-F sequences. American J. Bot. 91: 490-498.

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