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Balsaminaceae in Southeast Asia: systematics, evolution, and pollination biology
Balsaminaceae is a diverse plant family characterized by a huge floral morphological diversity.
Systematic, phylogenetic and pollination studies of Specklinia (Orchidaceae)
Promotor: Prof.dr. E.F. Smets. Co-promotores: B. Gravendeel, F. Pupulin
Evolutionary diversification and historical biogeography of Orchidaceae in Central America with emphasis on Costa Rica and Panama
In this thesis, I targeted the orchid genus Lepanthes, one of the six genera of angiosperms that surpasses 1,000 species in the Neotropics, as a study model to investigate the evolutionary processes that promoted species diversifications.
Balsaminaceae in Southeast Asia: Systematics, Evolution, and Pollination Biology
Beyond random and forbidden interactions : how optimizing energy gain results in morphological matching among subalpine Asteraceae and their
Plants and their pollinators form complex interaction networks. Within these networks, species differ widely in the number of species they interact with.
Evolution and development of orchid flowers and fruits
To gain more insight into the evolutionary development of orchid flowers and fruits, the orchid species Erycina pusilla was studied. The evolutionary origin of the median petaloid sepal, the callus on the labellum, and the stelidia was studied.