Pirada Sumanon

Pirada Sumanon
Silpakorn University

Doctor of Philosophy

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Integrated Monograph of Maesa (Primulaceae - Maesoideae): Phylogenomics and Biogeography

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Blinkworthia was established as a tropical Asian genus in the morning glory family (Convolvulaceae) with a unique combination of habit, bract, corolla and fruit morphology. Recently, however, investigations of the morphology and anatomy have shown that none of these diagnostic characters can be used to delimit Blinkworthia as an independent genus....
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Six new species of Maesa (Primulaceae-Maesoideae) from Papua New Guinea, namely M. angustibracteolata, M. aurulenta, M. brassii, M. oblanceolatifolia, M. pusilliflora and M. prolatifructa are described and illustrated based on observations from herbarium specimens; the taxonomic affinities of each species are also discussed.
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Maesa brevipedicellata , a new species of Maesa ( Primulaceae - Maesoideae ) from Papua New Guinea, is described and illustrated based on herbarium specimen observations. The collections of this species resemble M. rufovillosa and were previously determined as that species. Maesa brevipedicellata is unique with its self-supporting habit, hispid hai...
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Argyreia Lour. is one of the most taxonomically complex genera of the morning glory family (Convolvulaceae). The number of named species is now 135, and new species are regularly being described. There are several species complexes that are morphologically similar and difficult to tell apart. Therefore, the aim of this study is to explore the speci...
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Culm internodal anatomy of Oryzeae found in Thailand, namely Hygroryza aristata, Leersia hexandra, Oryza meyeriana var. meyeriana and var. granulata, O. minuta, O. ridleyi, O. rufipogon, O. sativa, and Zizania latifolia, was investigated by transverse sectioning using the paraffin method. The general characters found in most taxa were the intercell...
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Nine taxa of Oryzeae that occur naturally in Thailand were studied for their lemma micromorphology using scanning electron microscopy. Common features found in most taxa were microhairs, prickles, silica bodies, and papillae. Here, features of the lemma surface are described, classified, and discussed in terms of their taxonomic significance. In ad...

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Investigations on all aspects of tropical Asian morning glories and relatives: biology, taxonomy, natural history, ecology, and systematics. We use diverse methodologies and techniques including Anatomy, Morphology, Field Study, Molecular Systematics, Palynology, Phenetics, and Plant-Animal Interactions, among others.