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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy
DJ Klionsky, FC Abdalla, H Abeliovich, RT Abraham, A Acevedo-Arozena, ...
Autophagy 8 (4), 445-544, 2012
Programmed-cell-death events during tapetum development of angiosperms
A Papini, S Mosti, L Brighigna
Protoplasma 207 (3-4), 213-221, 1999
Tracking the invasion of the alien fruit pest Drosophila suzukii in Europe
A Cini, G Anfora, LA Escudero-Colomar, A Grassi, U Santosuosso, ...
Journal of Pest Science 87 (4), 559-566, 2014
Utility of ITS sequence data for phylogenetic reconstruction of Italian Quercus spp.
R Bellarosa, MC Simeone, A Papini, B Schirone
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 34 (2), 355-370, 2005
Species concepts and speciation factors in cyanobacteria, with connection to the problems of diversity and classification
P Dvořßk, A PoulÝčkovß, P Hašler, M Belli, DA Casamatta, A Papini
Biodiversity and Conservation 24 (4), 739-757, 2015
Ultrastructure of autophagy in plant cells: a review
WG van Doorn, A Papini
Autophagy 9 (12), 1922-1936, 2013
The ultrastructure of the development of Tillandsia (Bromeliaceae) trichome
A Papini, G Tani, P Di Falco, L Brighigna
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 205 (2), 94-100, 2010
Application of plastid and nuclear markers to DNA barcoding of Euro-Mediterranean oaks (Quercus, Fagaceae): problems, prospects and phylogenetic implications
MC Simeone, R Piredda, A Papini, F Vessella, B Schirone
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 172 (4), 478-499, 2013
Molecular Systematics of Boraginaceae Tribe Boragineae Based on ITS1 and trnL Sequences, with Special Reference to Anchusa s.l.
HH Hilger, F Selvi, A Papini, M Bigazzi
Annals of Botany 94 (2), 201-212, 2004
Megasporogenesis and programmed cell death in Tillandsia (Bromeliaceae)
A Papini, S Mosti, E Milocani, G Tani, P Di Falco, L Brighigna
Protoplasma 248 (4), 651-662, 2011
The use of tropical bromeliads (Tillandsia spp.) for monitoring atmospheric pollution in the town of Florence, Italy
L Brighigna, A Papini, S Mosti, A Cornia, P Bocchini, G Galletti
Revista de biologia Tropical 50 (2), 577-584, 2002
Molecular phylogeny, morphology and taxonomic re-circumscription of the generic complex Nonea/Elizaldia/Pulmonaria/Paraskevia (Boraginaceae-Boragineae)
F Selvi, M Bigazzi, HH Hilger, A Papini
Taxon 55 (4), 907-918, 2006
Plastome data reveal multiple geographic origins of Quercus Group Ilex
MC Simeone, GW Grimm, A Papini, F Vessella, S Cardoni, E Tordoni, ...
PeerJ 4, e1897, 2016
New insights in Salicornia L. and allied genera (Chenopodiaceae) inferred from nrDNA sequence data
A Papini, GB Trippanera, F Maggini, R Filigheddu, E Biondi
Plant Biosystems 138 (3), 215-223, 2004
Multiple genome relationships and a complex biogeographic history in the eastern range of Quercus suber L.(Fagaceae) implied by nuclear and chloroplast DNA variation
S Marco Cosimo, A Papini, F Vessella, R Bellarosa, F Spada, B Schirone
Caryologia 62 (3), 236-252, 2009
Identification of diploid and triploid red tilapia by using erythrocyte indices
PP Jayaprasad, TC Srijaya, D Jose, A Papini, A Hassan, AK Chatterji
Caryologia 64 (4), 485-492, 2011
Molecular evidence of polyphyletism in the plant genus Carum L.(Apiaceae)
A Papini, F Banci, E Nardi
Genetics and molecular Biology 30 (2), 475-482, 2007
A phylogenetic analysis of genus Onobrychis and its relationships within the tribe Hedysareae (Fabaceae)
NL BANDARA, A Papini, S Mosti, T Brown, LMJ Smith
Turkish Journal of Botany 37 (6), 891-992, 2013
A new quantitative classification of ecological types in the bromeliad genus Tillandsia (Bromeliaceae) based on trichomes
M Stefano, A Papini, L Brighigna
Revista de BiologÝa Tropical 56 (1), 191-203, 2008
Tracking the origin of the invading Caulerpa (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta) with Geographic Profiling, a criminological technique for a killer alga
A Papini, S Mosti, U Santosuosso
Biological Invasions 15 (7), 1613-1621, 2013
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