Morphological concepts; Chemical characters; Evolutionary concepts, classification; Criteira for the monocotyledons; Origin of the monocotyledons; Fossils; Distribution of character conditions; Ancestral and derived character states in monocotyledons in general and in various of the major groups; Evolution within the monocotyledons; Taxonomy; Superorder liliiflorae; Order asparagales; order melanthiales; Order burmanniales; Order liliaes; Orchids; Superorder ariflorae; Superorder triuridiflorae; Superorder alismatiflorae; Superorder bromeliiflorae; Superorder zingiberiflorae; Superorder commeliniflorae; Superorder cyclanthiflorae; Superorder areciflorae; Superorder pandaniflorae.... transmitted disease. While HPV can be transferred by other forms of contact, most penile, vaginal, cervical, and anal lesions result from ... 445), chemotherapy, long-term immunosuppres- sive therapy - are also more susceptible. Underlying ... weeks to years. This time span indicates that the HPV rapidly infects host epithelial cells, but that they may lie dormant for a variable period of time before alteringanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Families of the Monocotyledons|
|Author||:||R.M.T. Dahlgren, H.T. Clifford, P.F. Yeo|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1985-01|