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21   Article: The anatomy, terminology, and homology of acrorhagi and pseudoacrorhagi in sea anemones
M. Daly, in: Zoologische Verhandelingen, Vol. 345 (2003), p. 89-101
22   Article: The multiple fuzzy origins of woodiness within Balsaminaceae using an integrated approach. Where do we draw the line?
F. Lens, S. Eeckhout, R. Zwartjes, E. Smets, S.B. Janssens, in: Annals of Botany, Vol. 109 (2012), p. 783-799
23   Article: The role of wood anatomy in phylogeny reconstruction of Ericales
F. Lens, J. Schönenberger, P. Baas, S. Jansen, E. Smets, in: Cladistics, Vol. 23 (2007), p. 229-294
24   Article: The wood anatomy of the polyphyletic Icacinaceae s.l., and their relationships within asterids
F. Lens, J. Kårehed, P. Baas, S. Jansen, D. Rabaey, S. Huysmans, T. Hamann, E. Smets, in: TAXON, Vol. 57 (2008), p. 525-552
25   Article: Vessel grouping patterns in subfamilies Apocynoideae and Periplocoideae confirm phylogenetic value of wood structure within Apocynaceae
F. Lens, M.E. Endress, P. Baas, S. Jansen, E. Smets, D., in: American Journal of Botany, Vol. 96 (2009), p. 2168-2183
26   Article: Vestured pits: a diagnostic character in the secondary xylem of Myrtales
S. Jansen, A. Pletsers, D. Rabaey, F. Lens, in: Journal of Tropical Forest Science, Vol. 20 (2008), p. 147-155
27   Article: Well-known and little-known: miscellaneous notes on Peruvian Orthalicidae (Gastropoda, Stylommatophora)
A.S.H. Breure, V. Mogollón Avila, in: Zoologische Mededelingen, Vol. 84 (2010), p. 15-35
28   Article: Wood anatomy of Rauvolfioideae (Apocynaceae): a search for meaningful non-DNA characters at the tribal level
F. Lens, M.E. Endress, P. Baas, S. Jansen, E. Smets, in: American Journal of Botany, Vol. 95 (2008), p. 1199-1215
29   Article: Wood anatomy of the Vanguerieae (Ixoroideae - Rubiaceae), with special emphasis on some geofrutices
F. Lens, S. Jansen, E. Robbrecht, E. Smets, in: IAWA Journal, Vol. 21 (2000), p. 443-455
30   Article: Woodiness within the Spermacoceae–Knoxieae alliance (Rubiaceae): retention of the basal woody condition in Rubiaceae or recent innovation?
F. Lens, I. Groeninkx, E. Smets, S. Dessein, in: Annals of Botany, Vol. 103 (2009), p. 1049-1064