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 Article: Comparative Pollen Development in Dioscoreales
P. Schols, C. Furness, V. Merckx, P. Wilkin, E. Smets, in: International Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 166 (2005), p. 909-924
 Article: Orbicules do not significantly contribute to the allergenic micro-aerosol emitted from birch trees
S. Vinckier, P. Cadot, M. Grote, J.L. Ceuppens, E. Smets, in: Allergy, Vol. 61 (2006), p. 1243-1244
 Article: Palynological Characters and Their Phylogenetic Signal in Rubiaceae
S. Dessein, H. Ochoterena, P. De Block, F. Lens, E. Robbrecht, P. Schols, E. Smets, S. Vinckier, S. Huysmans, in: The Botanical Review, Vol. 71 (2005), p. 354-414
 Article: Palynological Variation in Balsaminoid Ericales. II. Balsaminaceae, Tetrameristaceae, Pellicieraceae and General Conclusions
S. Janssens, F. Lens, S. Dressler, K. Geuten, E. Smets, S. Vinckier, in: Annals of Botany, Vol. 96 (2005), p. 1061-1073
 Article: Pollen Evolution in Yams (Dioscorea: Dioscoreaceae)
P. Schols, P. Wilkin, C. Furness, S. Huysmans, E. Smets, in: Systematic Botany, Vol. 30 (2005), p. 750-758
 Article: Pollen morphological variation in Vanguerieae (Ixoroideae - Rubiaceae)
F. Lens, S. Jansen, S. Huysmans, E. Robbrecht, E. Smets, in: Grana, Vol. 39 (2000), p. 90-102
 Article: Pollen of the Spermacoce (Rubiaceae) species from the Northern Territory of Australia: morphology and taxonomic significance
S. Dessein, R. Harwood, E. Smets, E. Robbrecht, in: Australian Systematic Botany, Vol. 18 (2005), p. 367-382
 Article: The Early Jurassic male ginkgoalean inflorescence Stachyopitys preslii Schenk and its in situ pollen
C.H.A. VAN Konijnenburg - van Cittert, in: Scripta Geologica. Special Issue, Vol. 7 (2010), p. 141-149
 Article: The manifold characters of orbicules: structural diversity, systematic significance, and vectors for allergens
S. Vinckier, P. Cadot, E. Smets, in: Grana, Vol. 44 (2005), p. 300-307
10   Article: Type specimens of birds in the National Museum of Natural History, Leiden. Part 2. Passerines: Eurylaimidae – Eopsaltriidae (Peters’s sequence).
R.W.R.J. Dekker, in: NNM Technical Bulletin, Vol. 6 (2004), p. 1-142