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R. P. Ellis1976A procedure for standardizing comparative leaf anatomy in the Poaceae. I. The leaf blade as viewed in transverse section
R. P. Ellis1974The significance of the occurrence of both Kranz and non-Kranz leaf anatomy in the grass species Alloteropsis semialata
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R. P. Ellis1988Leaf anatomy and systematics of Panicum (Poaceae:Panicoideae)in Southern Africa
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P. W. Hattersley1984Characterization of C4 type leaf anatomy in grassea (Poaceae). Mesophyll:Bundle sheath area ratios
P. W. Hattersley1983The distribution of C3 and C4 grasses in Australia in relation to climate
P. W. Hattersley1983d13C values of C3 and C4 species of Australian Neurachne and its allies (Poaceae)
P. W. Hattersley1983Characterization of C4 Type Leaf Anatomy in Grasses(Poaceae). Mesophyll:Bundle Sheath Area Ratios
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R. C. Lomasson1957Vascular bundle sheaths in the genus Aristida
J. Maze1977The vascular system of the inflorescence axis of Andropogon gerardii (Gramineae) and its bearing on concepts of monocotyledon vascular tissue
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