BIBLIOGRAPHY OF STOMATA: GENERAL

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Abdulrahaman A. A., Oladele F. A. (2008) – Global Warming and Stomatal Complex Types – Ethnobotanical Leaflets 12: 553-56. 2008. (http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/global.htm) – (On our blog).

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Anonymous (1903) – Zur Kenntnis des Spaltöffnungsapparates submersen Pflanzenteile. – Sitzungsber. Kais. Akad. Wissen. Wien 112: 97.

Anonymous (x) – Leaves and Stomata – http://dtc.pima.edu/blc/1004thed/004/004_Leaves_Stomata/stomata.html

Anonymous (x) – Counting Leaf Stomata – http://biologyjunction.com/leaf_stomata_lab.htm

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Anonymous (xxxx) – Leaves with microscopic mouths – Understanding Evolution – http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/0_0_0/mcelwain_02http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/0_0_0/mcelwain_03 – (On our blog : https://plantstomata.wordpress.com/2016/12/28/stomata-in-leaves/)

Auckland University (2015) – Study of leaf pores may help scientists predict climate – Scoop Sci-Tech (http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/SC1503/S00001/study-of-leaf-pores-may-help-scientists-predict-climate.htm) – (On our blog).

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Baranova M. A. (1985) –  Classifications of the morphological types of stomata. – Bot. Zh. SSSR 70. 1585-95. [Russ.; Eng. summ.] + 4 plates. Review of different systems of classification of stomata and some terms discussed. Figs. of Trimenia, Sarcandra, Ascarinopsis, Exbucklandia, Peperomia, Hanguana, Aneimia, Woodwardia, Buxus, Sarcococca, Anemopsis, Saururus. – (No abstract found – Who can send us one ?)

Baranova M. (1987) – Historical development of the present classification of morphological types of stomata. – Botanical Review, 53: 53-79. (http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF02858182#page-1) – (On our blog : https://wordpress.com/post/plantstomata.wordpress.com/19085)

Baranova M. (1992) Principles of comparative stomatographic studies of flowering plants.Botanical Review 58:4999. – Vesque’s, Florin’s, Metcalfe & Chalk’s, Patel’s and other classifications. Morphological and ontogenetic types. Terminology. – CrossRef – (On our blog)

Benecke W. (1892) – Die Nebenzellen der Spaltöffnungen – Bot. Zeitung 50, 521, 537, 553, 569, 585, 601 – (On our blog : https://plantstomata.wordpress.com/2017/05/03/subsidiary-cells-of-stomata-in-german/)

Berry J. A., Beerling D. J., Franks P. J. (2010) –  Stomata: key players in the earth system, past and present.- Curr. Opinion Pl. Biol. 13. 233-240. – http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pbi.2010.04.013 – http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1369526610000567 – (On our blog)

Blackwell E. M. (1914) – Preliminary note on occurrence of stomata in hypogeal cotyledons – Ann. Bot. 27: 545-546 – (On our blog : https://plantstomata.wordpress.com/2017/05/28/stomata-in-hypogeal-cotyledons/)

Boetsch J., Chin J., Croxdale J. (1995) – Arrest of stomatal initials in Tradescantia is linked to the proximity of neighbouring stomata and results in the arrested initials acquiring properties of epidermal cells. – Dev Biol 168:28–38
Bünning E., Sagromsky H. (1948) – Die Bildung der Spaltöffnungsmuster in der Blattepidermis – Z. Naturforsch. 3b: 203-216. – (On our blog : https://plantstomata.wordpress.com/2017/05/01/the-ontogeny-of-stomata-in-german/)
Chester G. D. (1897) – Bau und Funktion der Spaltöffnungen auf Blütenblätter und Antheren – Ber. dtsch. bot. Ges. 15: 420-431 – (On our blog : https://plantstomata.wordpress.com/2017/06/08/structure-and-function-of-stomata-in-petals-and-anthers-in-german/)
Chin J., Wan Y., Smith J., Croxdale J. (1995) – Linear aggregations of stomata and epidermal cells in Tradescantia leaves evidence for their group patterning as a function of the cell cycle. – Dev Biol 168:39–46
Croxdale J., Smith J., Yandell B., Johnson J. B. (1992) – Stomatal patterning in Tradescantia: an evaluation of the cell lineage theory. Dev Biol 149:158–167
Czech C. (1865) – Untersuchungen über die Zahlenverhältnisse und die Verbreitung der Stomata. – Bot. Zeitung 13, 101-107 – (On our blog : https://plantstomata.wordpress.com/2017/06/19/number-and-distribution-of-stomata-in-german/)

Copeland E. B. (1902) – The mechanism of stomata. – Ann. Bot. (16): 327-64. Amaryllis, Allium, Medeola, Sagittaria, Azolla, Amaryllis, Helleborus, Smilax, Polygonum,Dracaena, Euonymus, Aplectrum, Ipomoea, Viburnum, Achillea, Polygonatum,Euphorbia, Gymnosperms, Iris, Allium, pteridophyta, Cyperus, Fimbristylis,Scirpus, Juncus, Luzula, Disporum, Uvularia, Clintonia, Smilacina,Maianthemum, Convallaria, Myrsiphyllum, Trillium, Dioscorea, Hypoxis, Lemna,Acorus, Symplocarpus, Arisaema, Goodyera, Spiranthes, Cypridedium, Orchis,plus various dicot… Polygonatum 343, Disporum 353, Uvularia 353, Clintonia 353, Smilacina 353,Maianthemum 353, Convallaria 353, Myrsiphyllum (=Asparagus) 353. Also Smilax,Trillium.

Czech A. (1865) – Untersuchungen über die Zahlverhältnisse und die Verbreitung der Stomata – Bot. Zeit. 23: 101-107.

da Silva Oliveira M. W., da Silva N. R., Casanova D., Souza Pinheiro L. F., Kolb R. M., Martinez Bruno O. (2014) – Automatic Counting of Stomata in Epidermis Microscopic Images – X Workshop de Vis˜ao Computacional – WVC 2014 (http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/wvc/2014/0044.pdf) – (On our blog).

Darwin F. (1887) – On the relation between the bloom on leaves and the distribution of the stomata. – J. Linn. Soc. (Bot.). (22): 99-116.

Darwin F. (1898) – Observations on stomata – Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, Ser. B, 190, 531-621. – https://archive.org/stream/philtrans04647888/04647888_djvu.txt – (On our blog)

Dhillon M., Kaur R., Basra, K. (1997) – A rapid method for obtaining leaf impression for studying leaf epidermal system. – J. Pl. Sci. Res. 13:7-10. | – (No abstract found – Who can send us one ?)

Eckerson S. F. (1908) – The number and size of the stomata – Bot. Gaz. 46: 221-224. – Numerous spp. leaf of greenhouse-grown plants.

Encyclopedia of Earth (x) – Stomata – http://www.eoearth.org/view/article/156262/

Esau K. (1977) – Stomata. In Anatomy of Seed Plants eds (New York: John Wiley & Sons), pp. 8899. – Google Scholar

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Farooqui P. (1979) – On the occurrence of abnormal stomata in plants. – Curr. Sci. 48: 841–850 – (No abstract found – Who can send us one ?)

Farooqui P. (1981) – Ontogeny of the Anomocytic stoma—variations and modifications – Proceedings: Plant Sciences June 1981, Volume 90, Issue 3, pp 245-252 – http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF03053054 – (On our blog).

Florin R. (1958) – Studien über die Cycadales des Mesozoikumus nebst Erörterungen über die Spaltöffnungsapparate der Bennttitales. – K. Svenska Vetensk Akad. Handl., ser. 3, 12.

Fryns-Claessens E., Van Cotthem W. R. J. (1973) – New classification of the ontogenenic types of stomata. – Bot. Rev.,1973, 39: 71-138.

Godfrin J. (1884) – Recherches sur l’anatomie comparee des cotyledones et de l’albumen. – Annls. Sci. nat., Bot.,. 19. 5-158. – Dry seed & germination & seedling. Mainly deals with: Aesculus, Eriobotrya, Quercus, Arachis (Stomata), Phaseolus (Stomata), Erythrina, Latania, Zea, Coulteria (stomata), Trigonella, Ricinus (stomata), Schotia (stomata), Hedysarum, Linum (stomata). Stomata on colyledons of Scutellaria, Bonjeanea, Veronica, Datura, Raphanus, Althaea, Tetiagonolobus, Dipsacus, Echium, Onopordon, Torilis, Cucurbita, Convolvulus, Euphorbia, Lavandula, Salvia, Lupinus, Ipomaea …

Goldmann J. (1948) – Beobachtungen über die Epidermis der Pflanzen – Bot. Ztg. 6: 857-865.

Haberlandt G. (1887) – Zur Kenntnis des Spaltöffnungsapparates – Flora 70, 97-110.

Hall, R. D. (1998) – Biotechnological applications for stomatal guard cells – Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 49, Special Issue, pp. 369–375, March 1998. (http://jxb.oxfordjournals.org/content/49/Special_Issue/369.full.pdf) – (On our blog).

Hildebrand (1861) – Über das Vorkommen von Spaltöffnungen auf Blumenblättern – Bonn.

Hoffman (1931) – Vorkommen, Verteilung und Funktion der Spaltöffnungen an den Blütenorganen – Beih. bot. Zbl. 47/1.

Hohnfeldt R. (1880) – Über das Vorkommen und die Vertheilung der Spaltöffnungen auf unterirdischen Pflanzentheilen. – Inaug. Diss. Königsberg. Abstract in Just’s Botan. Jahresb. 8: 48.

Huber B., Kinder E., Obermüller E., Ziegenspeck H. (1956) – Spaltöffnungsdünnschnitte im Elektronebnmikroskop – Protoplasma XLVI: 380-393.

Inamdar J. A., Mohan J. S. S.,  Subramanian R. B. (1986) – Stomatal classifications – a review. – Feddes Report, 97(3,4): 147-160. – Separate terms for 1) adult stomatal types; 2) stomatal ontogeny; 3)stomatal structure; 4) stomatal distribution, recommended. Comments on 19 different classifications. . (No abstract found – Who can send us one ?)

Kagan M. L, Sachs T. (1991) – Development of immature stomata: evidence for epigenetic selection of a spacing pattern. – Dev. Bio. 146, 100–105. – DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(91)90450-H – http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/001216069190450H – (On our blog)

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Kaufmann K. (1927) – Anatomie und Physiologie der Spaltöffnungsapparate mit verholtzen Schliesszellmembranen – Planta (Berl.) 3: 27-59.

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Kidwai P. (1981) – An illustrated glossary of technical terms used in stomatal studies. – Dehra Dun, India: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh Publication.

Koch K., Bhushan B., Barthlott W. (2008) – Diversity of structure, morphology and wetting of plant surfaces – Soft Matter, 2008,4, 1943-1963. (http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2008/sm/b804854a#!divAbstract) – (On our blog).

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Ramassamy V., Kannabiran B. (1994) – Stomata of earlier origin: Morphology and ontogeny. – Beitr. Biol. Pfl. 68. 01-9. 60 spp., 35 gen. (not listed). – Line drawings. ((No abstract found – Who can send us one ?). 

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