Pakkapol Thaowetsuwan

Pakkapol Thaowetsuwan
Silpakorn University · Department of Biology

Doctor of Philosophy

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November 2020 - present
Silpakorn University
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Teaching plant anatomy, morphology of vascular plants and evolution
April 2016 - present
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Position
  • PhD Student
April 2016 - October 2020
The University of Edinburgh
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (4)
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Mechanical forces acting within the plant body that can mold flower shape throughout develop-ment received little attention. The palette of action of these forces ranges from mechanical pres-sures on organ primordia at the microscopic level up to the twisting of a peduncle that promotes resupination of a flower at the macroscopic level. Here, we ar...
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Croton is a mega-diverse genus of more than 1,200 species with great morphological diversity and highly dimorphic flowers. Staminate flowers generally possess petals and a variable number of stamens and lack of an ovary. Pistillate flowers generally lack petals or have filamentous structures instead; stamens are lacking, and the ovary is generally...
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Background and aims: Ophiocaryon is a lesser known genus in Sabiaceae. This study examines flowers of six Ophiocaryon species in comparison with Meliosmaalba, to identify taxonomically informative characters for understanding relationships within the family Sabiaceae, to imply previously unknown pollination mechanisms of Ophiocaryon, and to contri...

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FLO-R-ES, the Flower Research Synectics network, has been founded in 2014 to stimulate discussion and collaboration among researchers interested in flower morphology. To understand the diversity of flowers, a multitude of approaches is needed explaining the flower as an evolutive outcome. Hence, FLO-RE-S intends to be a platform for plant scientists to design, discuss and promote joint collaborative research on diverse flower-related questions. Main topics pursued by FLO-RE-S participants range from morphogenesis and phenotypic plasticity of the flower to synorganisation of floral parts, floral biology and floral evolution. To date, FLO-R-ES has taken part of four international meetings. Contributions presented at the first meeting have been published in a special issue on flower structure in Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants (2016). Contributions presented at the second meeting are now in press in a special issue in the Journal of Plant Research. Please visit us at www.flores-network.com