The pollen grains are usually inaperturate, spheroidal to subellipsoidal in shape, but those of Stratiotes aloides and Halophila ovalis are monosulcate. These conditions do not exist in northern temperate forests, or in prairies, or in savannas. Premise: However, this assumption has rarely been tested using empirical data. belongs to the predominantly herbaceous Rubiaceae tribe Spermacoceae. The similarity in enzymatic properites of the pollen wall and stigma pellicle suggests that, intriguingly, a similar mechanism of cuticle erosion might well follow compatible pollination both on land and in the sea. 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Bar = 10 mm. Subsequent development of the surviving, functional microspores does not differ essentially from the pattern of morphogenesis in terrestrial flowering plants. Studies of the aerodynamics of particle transport and capture suggest that the conditions most propitious for effective wind pollination are as follows: (1) production and release of large numbers of grains; (2) both anthers and stigma exposed; (3) grains falling within a certain size range (20-40μ); very small grains will be dispersed readily but cannot be captured efficiently by the stigma, large grains have a high terminal velocity, hence will settle too rapidly; (4) exine of grains thin (or with large air spaces), sculpture smooth; (5) the stigma should present much surface area to capture grains, but, since collection efficiency will decrease with increasing stigma diameter, the increase in surface should be accomplished through the evolution of a complex stigma with many branches of small diameter; (6) individuals of the species should not be too widely spaced in the vegetation; (7) the vegetation should be open in structure or deciduous; thus there will be few obstructions to transport during at least one portion of the year; (8) flowering must be closely coordinated by relatively unambiguous environmental stimuli; (9) pollen release (hence flowering) should coincide with the most favorable time of the year for transport (low probability of precipitation, adequate winds and turbulence, deciduous season). Annals of the Tsukuba Botanical Garden 19:7-12. Ruppia pollen is adapted for rapid pollen germination, which is likely advantageous in an aquatic habitat. The process of transfer of pollen grains from another to stigematic surface of the. To overcome this shortfall, we propose a new sectional classification of subg. The flange and unevenly thickened endexine could facilitate harmomegathy. Characters of perianth, androecium, gynoeceum and pollen are highly homoplasious, but several features characteristic of small terminal clades and terminal branches can be observed. Acid phosphatase activity is localized beneath the cuticle at the tips of the stigma papillae. The average shortest possible pollen tube pathway was 425 μm and pollen tubes first reached the ovule at 45 min after pollination. Pollen reception, pollen germination, pollen tube growth, and carpel morphology were characterized. 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. Findings: Character optimization was carried out with the Maximum Parsimony method and two different methods of comparative analysis were used: the Concentrated-Change test and the Discrete method. KeywordsAgrimoniinae-Palynology-Phylogeny-Sanguisorbeae-Sanguisorbinae. 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. Pollination of the genus Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) by waterborne pollen grains. The pollen in Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii is spherical and has an ornamented exine. La famille est cosmopolite, mais principalement tropicale, dans des milieux aquatiques très variés, continentaux ou océaniques. The areas that have reduced exine deposition, or lack it completely, are known as pollen apertures, and their patterns are also species specific and highly variable. The hypohydrophilous genera Thalassia and Najas are characterized by pollen grains … (including Batrachium, Aphanostemma and Gampsoceras) reflects best the molecular phylogeny and morphological diversity of the tribe. in Shaffer-Fehre's (1991) system based on seed coat structures, is an ingroup of Hydrocharitaceae; (3) Limnocharitaceae and Air bubbles cause the male flower to surface. Ruppia maritima exhibits incomplete protogyny, allowing for delayed selfing. Our results show that there are five ornamental types in once-pinnate maidenhair ferns: psilate, scabrate, granulate, verrucate and tuberculate. A substitute name, Cordylostigma Groeninckx & Dessein is proposed for K. subg. 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. These are categorized into five pollen types. Pollen characters are most useful at the generic level and, when mapped on to a molecular phylogenetic tree of the tribe, The pollen grains are usually inaperturate, spheroidal to subellipsoidal in shape, but those of Stratiotes aloides and Halophila ovalis are monosulcate. number=4/6. were investigated with scanning and transmission electron microscopies. No correlation was found in palms. 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. Each record may contain multiple individual grains and images. A foot layer is formed by accumulation of lamellated structure. Annals of the Tsukuba Botanical Garden, 22, 11 –13. Authors=TSUJI Sei'ichiro. Results: the Flora of Myanmar by conducting the field expeditions to unexplored areas in Myanmar such as Tanintharyi (Tenasserim) to make the checklist of the flowering plants, bryophytes, lichens, fungi etc. Although the intricate patterns of exine and apertures have been drawing attention for centuries, it is still not clear how exactly they develop, what genes are involved in their formation, and what purpose they serve. 2 Pollen grain of Egeria densa. The stigmas of the three seagrasses are papillate and of the ‘dry’ type possessing a continuous protein-aceous pellicle subtended by a cuticle. Partitioning is followed by a phase of cellular degeneration affecting one or two, never more, members of the tetrad. We currently have 1 digitised slides. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Ranunculeae represent a highly diverse and cosmopolitan tribe within Ranunculaceae. The specialized Illiciaceae and Schisandraceae comprise a clade defined by apomorphic characters including pollen grains with three or six colpate apertures. Journal/Book_names=Chigakukenkyu. Hydrocharitaceae; Digitised Reference Slides. flower the help of water is called: (A) anemophily (B) zoophily (C 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. The pollen grains were prepared for Light Microscopy (LM) according to Erdtman (1952). ... 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. 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. natuurkunde tweede reeks, deel 59, no. 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. Pollination of the Genus Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) by Waterborne Pollen Grains Norio TANAKA * Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) is a monotypic genus containing only Hydrilla verticillata (L. f.) Royle. This paper describes the characteristics of the pollen and the receptive surfaces of the stigmas in the three marine angiosperms included in the Hydrocharitaceae. Annals of the Tsukuba Botanical Garden, 22, 11 –13. Le pollen cru renferme, contrairement au pollen sec, des lacto-ferments qui aident à la régénération de la flore intestinale, mais également des enzymes essentiels pour le bon fonctionnement de l'organisme et des antioxydants. In this study, we observed the male flower structure and pollen dispersal process of H. verticillata. Furthermore, the distribution of species in present pollen morphospace showed a strong central tendency, with the core compartment containing a large number of species from species-rich genera. In Thalassia, one of the intine enzymes, acid phosphatase, is unambiguously associated with cytoplasmic inclusions. The mean adjusted pollen tube growth rate was 551 μm/h. They ensure that the pollen can be released on the water surface, and thus adapt successfully to the pollen‐epihydrophilous pollination. Chinese Bulletin of Botany, 2002, 19(04): 484-487. starch grains. Previous Articles out a phylogenetic, Najas (Hydrocharitaceae) is a cosmopolitan genus of 30–40 species of aquatic plants. The hypohydrophilous genera Thalassia and Najas are characterized by pollen grains with reduced exine structures. The pollen grains ofOttelia alismoides are inaperturate, not omniaperturate, because of the well-developed foot layer. Caulinia. Catapult‐like stamens, spoon‐shaped sepals and enclosed united bracts in the spathe together constitute the functional structure in rapid stamen movement of H. verticillata. characters, test taxonomic and phylogenetic hypotheses among genera, and elucidate pollen character evolution based on a molecular Gard. The verrucate protrusions develop into spines during free microspore stage. Polyploidy has been widely observed in the genus but its correlation with phylogeny has yet to be explored. 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. 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. The intact pollen grains can not be preserved in natural conditions. Epihydrophily is pollina- tion at the water surface (Cox, 1988; Philbrick, 1988, 1991), e.g., Vallisneria (Hydrocharitaceae). Tanaka, N. 2000. developed as an adaptation to their aquatic habitat. Pollen is one of the most common allergens in the United States. It is commonly stated that smooth pollen grains are associated with wind or water nation. Bar = 1 mm. Striate exine patterns and prolate shapes characterized the pollen of the Agrimoniinae, Pollen germinated within 15 min after pollination. The tetrad tube substance originates in the tapetal periplasmodium and deposition begins soon after meiosis. Definition. By optimizing pollination syndromes and pollen characters onto the molecular phylogeny, we investigated pollination shifts and pollen evolution within the two genera. Character state reconstruction of the exine structures and sculptures using a molecular phylogenetic tree suggests that variation in the exine is generally correlated with the pollination mechanism; the selective pressures acting on the pollination mechanisms have reduced the exine structure in hypohydrophilous plants and resulted in various exine sculptures that are adapted to the different pollination mechanisms in entomophilous, anemophilous, and pollen-epihydrophilous plants. Both components are expected to constrain the accumulation of pollen disparity. analysis based on the sequences of therbcL andmatK. A similar type of floral organisation thus seems to have evolved twice independently, resulting in similar, but distantly related lineages. (1997). Journal of Plant Research, 110, 329 –337. Compound pollen may characterize entire species-rich families (e.g. Conclusions: The entomophilous genera Egeria, Blyxa, Ottelia, Stratiotes, and Hydrocharis share pollen grains that have projections like spines or bacula. 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), Sixteen genera (4.2%) have no obvious terrestrial relatives but belong to exclusively anemophilous families; the anemophily, however, could be associated with life in water. A foot layer is formed by accumulation of lamellated structure. 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. 2. Genera. These products could be implicated in attachment and recognition of the pollen at the stigma surface. These regions will differ in color from the rest of the grain. 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 ancestral flowers of Araceae were pollinated by beetles while ancestral pollination in Arecaceae is equivocal. 1. Our resulting neighbor-joining distance tree provides the following insights: (1) none of the previous classification systems Abstract: 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). 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). This new species is similar to Blyxa octandra and Blyxa quadricostata in the dioecious nature, elongation of petals at the anthesis and in the number of stamens, but it shows many variations from the similar species such as purplish leaves, submerged male flowers, globular anther lobes, presence of compound pollen grain, large pollen grains, apetalous female flowers and long tail of the seeds. The previously inferred tropical Asian origin of the genus is rejected and, instead, North America is discerned as the ancestral area, implicating dispersal of the most recent common ancestor of Najas and its sister genera in Hydrocharitaceae from tropical Asia. were used to, The monophyletic tribe Cercideae is one of the earliest branching lineages in Leguminosae, sister to the rest of the family. The division precedes the vacuolate period; again, this is a feature of the family. No evidence for correlations was found between dimension of pollen disparity and species diversity at either the subfamily or generic level. 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. Copyright © Chinese Bulletin of Botany, All Rights Reserved. In order to translate the biphyletic nature of Kohautia into a formal classification, the two subgenera are recognized at generic level. 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. Distribution Recent Palaeo Naiad Family. phylogeny. Further development of male gametophyte occurs on stigma after pollination .The smaller ... Hypohydrophily (below the surface of water eg. Exine structure and its developmental program in a submerged plant,Ottella alismoides (L.) Per. The entomophilous genera Egeria, Blyxa, Ottelia, Stratiotes, and Hydrocharis share pollen grains that have projections like spines or bacula. 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. Outgroup comparison indicated that operculate colpi, three apertures, and polymorphism for striate This is particularly true in the case of the many different kinds of The infratectum structure suggests that Wodehouseia should be placed within an advanced group of eudicots. The family includes both fresh water and marine aquatics. 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. Tsukuba Bot. There is a high degree of specialisation in surface ornamentation, wall structure and aperture type in these groups when compared to other caesalpinioid taxa. Phylogeny of the family Hydrocharitaceae inferred from rbcL and matK gene sequence data. Ce produit de la ruche est maintenu dans sa forme la plus pure, pour assurer une efficacité thérapeutique maximale. 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. Palynological data were found to be relatively congruent with recent molecular phylogenies, while traditional delimitations of infra-generic taxa were somewhat conflicting and did not reflect phylogeny and evolution. Home; Master Reference Collection ; Hydrocharitaceae; Digitised Reference Slides. delineate six pollen types. These arise by successive transverse partitioning of an elongate mother cell and the linear unit so formed is maintained throughout pollen development. Ann. The stigma pellicle exhibits cytochemically detectable esterase activity and binds the lectin concanavalin A. Key results: The anemophilous genus Limnobium has reticulate pollen grains. We demonstrate that traits under sexual selection during pollen pickup vary among pollinators, while natural selection for pollen defense is nil in T. ceratophorum. The Cercideae is currently the subject of much research. 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. The environment of the tropical rain forest is unsuitable for anemophily: (1) species diversity is very high, hence individuals of the same species are apt to be widely spaced; (2) the forest is densely structured, hence wind velocities are low and there are many obstacles to transport; (3) there is no leafless season; (4) rainfall is frequent throughout the year, hence transport will be limited; (5) there are few unambiguous stimuli which can coordinate flowering; (6) potential animal pollinators are abundant. 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. Verrucate protrusions initiate on microspore plasma membrane at early tetrad stage. Based on chromosome counts confirmed in the present study and those compiled from literature, the role of polyploidization in the evolution of Najas is shown to be relatively limited, in contrast to the extreme infraspecific chromosome variation previously reported. We currently have 1 digitised slides. or flies (Diptera: Syrphidae and Muscoidea) and assessed natural selection by testing whether pollen traits defend against consumption. 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). Family in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection. & Schltdl. An exine layer is not found in Halophila stipulacea where reniform pollen grains are contained within transparent moniliform tubes. in shape, had operculate or pontoperculate apertures, and had three apertures, except for Margyricarpus (tetraperturate). An examination of seasonal environments in the tropics at present and the fossil record of deciduous and wind pollinated angiosperms supports this contention. Reference Details: Recommend, Add to citation manager EndNote|Ris|BibTeX, URL: Background: The high diversity of ornamentation type in pollen grains of angiosperms has often been suggested to be linked to diversity in pollination systems. Geographic isolation and adaptions may have triggered the evolution of morphological characters. 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. Methods: The entomophilous genera Egeria, Blyxa, Ottelia, Stratiotes, and Hydrocharis share pollen grains that have projections like spines or bacula. In ripe anthers where the pollen is very tightly packed, the surface of the intine is fissured, the exine lining the fissures (Figure 15 and Text Figure 1 b). Macroscopic analysis of achene morphology often indicated parallel evolution of structures related to certain dispersal mechanisms. 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). Wind pollination is not considered an important feature especially associated with life in the aquatic environment. 4 Pollen grain of Blyxa japonica with spines. were supported by molecular phylogenetic tree; (2) Najas (Najadaceae), which has never been included in Hydrocharitaceae except Exine sculpturing within Sanguisorbinae represented variations of striate, verrucate, rugulate, and perforate Hygroscopic weight gain of pollen grains from Juniperus species Landon D. Bunderson & Estelle Levetin Received: 12 June 2013/Revised: 26 June 2014/Accepted: 27 June 2014/Published online: 10 July 2014 # ISB 2014 Abstract Juniperus pollen is highly allergenic and is pro-duced in large quantities across Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Cite this article: SUN Kun,CHEN Jia-Kuan,ZHANG Zhi-Yun. Methods: This study analyzes the evolution of spore ornamentation in once-pinnate maidenhair ferns (Adiantum) using scanning electron microscopy and ancestral state reconstruction. 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. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. A foot layer is formed by accumulation of lamellated structure. We suggest that spore ornamentation evolved from simple to complex in Adiantum. 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. The evolution of pollen morphology in the two families, together with other members of Austrobaileyales, is discussed in comparison with the molecular phylogenies. 3 Exine sculpture of E. densa. The geography of wind pollination in the angiosperms can be understood best in terms of these prerequisites for efficient transport of pollen. Cut-and-Paste Reference: Tanaka, N. 2000. Conclusions: SHEN Xian-Sheng ZHANG Wen-Rui YANG Jie-Pin. 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. While an infrageneric subdivision into two subgenera is generally accepted, various sectional classifications proposed in subg. In Thalassia the tapetal periplasmodium is progressively transformed into thecal slime. 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