The results of these experiments were similar to the previous experiments that show that the older primordia have a leaf determination effect on P3 and that the determination effect appears to be mediated by a diffusible substance. In some species (e.g., S. auriculata and S. molesta, Figure 3H) these papillae have four hairs at their apices, the complete structure (papillae and hairs) resembling an egg-beater. In vitro morphogenesis in Osmunda cinnamomea. Much is known about the molecular genetics of the leaf developmental network in angiosperms (Byrne, 2012). Developmental study on Hypolepis punctata (Thunb.) The Salvinia paradox: superhydrophobic surfaces with hydrophilic Ppins for air retention under water. A glossary of some terms relating to the fern leaf. Cutter, E. G. (1978). Ferns and fern relatives are known as Pteridophytes. J. Bot. (1989). A. “Ordinal and familial relationships of pteridophyte genera,” in Pteridology in Perspective: Pteridophyte Symposium'95. (1958). The science of plant morphology: definition, history, and role in modern biology. Naturwissenschaften 47, 70–71. (G) Hemionitis palmata, palmate lamina. Bot. This distinguishes leaves from shoots, which are radially symmetric. Early experimental studies in leaf development were performed to understand how and what determined where a leaf developed on the flank of the SAM (White, 1971; Steeves and Sussex, 1989). A rhizome is a specialized, root-like stem. (1983a). Watkins Jr JE, Kawahara AY, Leicht TA, Auld JR, Bicksler AJ, Kaiser K ( 2006). Presentedby HillaryHouse PublishersLtd, Jan.8,1962 s^^^^^s “Ecological insights from fern population dynamics,” in Fern Ecology, eds K. Mehltreter, L. R. Walker, and J. M. Sharpe (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press), 61–110. Pteridophytes is a phylum under the scientific classification system. Features of scales play an important role in classification of ferns. Am. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. pp. pp. In this manner, and because of their long-creeping rhizomes, the Gleicheniaceae often form dense extensive thickets (Moran, 2004). 2-3. Trends and concepts in fern classification. Parallelism in four simple-leaved ferns belonging to different families. Annu. Cyatheaceae. Wessels Boer, J. G. (1962). J. Sci. In temperate species, the apical meristem differentiates as parenchyma by the end of the summer and therefore is no longer active. VI. Even though there is no complete sequenced genome or functional model system for ferns, there is now a considerable amount of transcriptome data for ferns available through the 1 KP project ( In size alone they range from minute filmy plants only 1–1.2 cm (0.39–0.47 inch) tall to huge tree ferns 10 to 25 metres (30 to 80 feet) in height. Making leaves. 63, 2430–2438. (1907). doi: 10.2307/3558347. WANG Guo-Hong, FANG Jing-Yun, GUO Ke, XIE Zong-Qiang, TANG Zhi-Yao, SHEN Ze-Hao, WANG Ren-Qing, WANG Xiang-Ping, WANG De-Li, QIANG Sheng, YU Dan, PENG Shao-Lin, DA Liang-Jun, LIU Qing, LIANG Cun-Zhu. The subject is vast and only a small sample is covered here. The structure of ferns and allied plants. Leaves are lateral determinate structures formed in a predictable sequence (phyllotaxy) on the flanks of an indeterminate shoot apical meristem. A few ferns, however, have indeterminate leaves. Science 225, 1697–1699. 4). The Power of Movement in Plants. Development 121, 2143–2154. J. Linnean Soc. Annu. New York, NY: W. H. Freeman and Co. Goebel, K. (1905). Complete plastid genomes from Ophioglossum californicum, Psilotum nudum, and Equisetum hyemale reveal an ancestral land plant genome structure and resolve the position of Equisetales among monilophytes. Experimental studies have shown that older leaves not only inhibit the growth and placement of nearby incipient leaf primordia but also have a role in determining whether a leaf primordium develops as a leaf or a shoot (reviewed in White, 1971). Experiments on phyllotaxis. (1983b). Part 1, 2nd Edn. This is a very distinct looking fern, and while it can be grown for some time in a pot … Straits Settlements 30, 251–267. Branches in gray correspond to exclusively fossil lineages. Experimental and analytical studies of Pteridophytes: XXXIII. In contrast, scales are multicellular with the cells arranged side-by-side in two or more rows. 16, 81–105. One example of simple leaves are the reniform ones that have evolved independently in different fern families, resulting in some striking parallelisms (Figure 7). 36, 282–287. Plant Cell 17, 61–76. Fahn, A. Morphogenesis of the submerged leaf. 中国现代石松类和蕨类的系统发育与分类系统. ; Polypodiaceae), Microgramma (35 spp. A fern plant generally consists of one or more fronds attached to a rhizome. Faculty Sci. Ann. Wagner, W. H. (1964). Rev. Some fern leaves present unusual shapes and adaptations. Experimental and analytical studies of Pteridophytes: XVII. (P) Pellaea cordifolia, decompound. “Meristem organization and organ diversity,” in Biology and Evolution of Ferns and Lycophytes, eds T. A. Ranker and C. H. Haufler (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 75–103. of fern morphology is the presence of epidermal ap-pendages. Acad. They typically tend to have roots, a rhizome and a frond. doi: 10.1016/j.pbi.2009.06.006, Hay, A., and Tsiantis, M. (2010). J. Bot. Palaeobotanist 1, 456–470. 35, 465–473. J. Ann. At the base of each leaf sheath is a node at which there is an intercalary meristem. If a shallow incision is made between an incipient leaf primordium and the apex of the SAM, then the primordium still develops as a leaf (Wardlaw, 1956). (A) Doryopteris nobilis, pedate laminae. Biol. The most common and widespread is the pinnate plan. Schneider, H., Smith, A., and Pryer, K. (2009). The evolution of plant development. For example, developmental genetic studies in ferns with diverse morphologies (e.g., simple vs. compound leaves) could provide the molecular basis for their morphological diversity. Fern leaves have extended indeterminacy, and some have indeterminate leaves (see Leaf indeterminacy section above). Ann. (I) Pteris ensiformis, holodimorphic, fertile leaf at left. Both families are further atypical in that a single vein runs to the base of the sporangium or synangium (Eames, 1936). (1952). At dawn the packet unfolds to present the pinna perpendicularly to the sun (Darwin, 1896). The ancestral developmental toolkit of land plants. pp. Scales can be persistent in mature leaves and may become smaller and reduced to uniseriate proscales toward the margins of the laminae (Moran, 1986). The terms applied to parts of a typical fern leaf differ sometimes from the ones applied to seed plant leaves; thus, it is helpful to review the terminology of a typical fern leaf (Figure 5). Primitive Land Plants-Also known as the Archegoniatae. A well-resolved fern nuclear phylogeny reveals the evolution history of numerous transcription factor families. doi: 10.2307/2437885, Yamaguchi, T., Nukazuka, A., and Tsukaya, H. (2012). 200, 54–174. Plant Biol. (2010). (B) Dicksonia sellowiana (Dicksoniaceae). Further studies on the influence of determined leaf primordia on undetermined leaf primordia. Hennipman, E. (1968). TANG Li-Li,ZHANG Mei,ZHAO Xiang-Lin,KANG Mu-Yi,LIU Hong-Yan,GAO Xian-Ming,YANG Tong,ZHENG Pu-Fan,SHI Fu-Chen. Fiddlehead and aerophore (or pneumatophore) of Pteris livida (Pteridaceae). Blumea 16, 97–103. The Ferns (Filicales) Treated Comparatively with a View to their Natural Classification. Plant Sci. J. Bot. 62, 1336–1343. The rhizome of Oleandra pistillaris and 0. wallichii is elongated (erect in the former, creeping in the latter), cylindrical, clothed with peltate, non-glandular, hairy paleae and bearing leaves in small clusters separated by long leafless portions. Auxin has been shown to effect the leaf complexity in the fern Marsilea as well as crozier development (Allsopp, 1952; Steeves and Briggs, 1960). Nature 164, 167–169. Lond. Many of the experimental studies on fern leaf development that we will discuss were performed on two different leptosporangiate fern species Dryopteris aristata (Dryopteridaceae) and Osmunda cinnamomea (Osmundaceae). Briggs, W. R., and Steeves, T. A. IX, 383–397. Morphogenesis of the floating leaf. Its proximal portions mature first, with a wave of maturation proceeding distally (Briggs and Steeves, 1958; Voeller, 1960). J. Bot. New York Bot. Rothwell, G. W. (1996). Bot. A single apical cell forms at the tip of the leaf and has 2 cutting faces (Wardlaw, 1963; White and Turner, 1995). doi: 10.1139/b69-082. (K) Marsilea drummondii, lamina consists of two pairs of opposite pinnae, these resembling a four-leaved clover. In addition, the signal from developing leaves involves a diffusible substance. Plant Cell Physiol. Can. B Containing Papers Biol. Studies of Class I KNOX and Class III HD Zip expression have also been performed in lycophytes. Unlike most ferns that have leaves as the dominant organs of the plant, in Equisetum the stem is the dominant organ and performs most of the plant's photosynthesis. These processes may have occurred in various sequences in different groups of vascular plants. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). Two criteria can be used to differentiate the leaf from the shoot in most vascular plants: determinacy and adaxial/abaxial polarity (Arber, 1941). In Dryopteris aristata, incisions were made to isolate incipient leaf primordia from the SAM and/or older primordia. A vast amount of fern research has been performed in the fields of paleobotany, morphology, development, and experimental biology. Iowa Acad. Also, in almost all tropical ferns with strong sterile-fertile leaf dimorphy, the fertile leaves tend to be shorter-lived than the sterile. The scientific name of ostrich fern is Matteuccia struthiopteris. Comparative studies of the Class I KNOX genes have been performed in the leptosporangiate ferns Anogramma chaerophylla (Pteridaceae), Ceratopteris richardii (Pteridaceae), and Osmunda regalis (Osmundaceae, Figure 3O), all of which have divided leaves (Bharathan et al., 2002; Harrison et al., 2005; Sano et al., 2005). Kenrick, P., and Crane, P. R. (1997). (A) Pteris aspercaulis, enlarged basal pinnules on basiscopic side of basal pinnae. Nature 409, 618–622. Although primarily for photosynthesis, fern leaves may also assume other tasks such as propagating the plant vegetatively by bulblets, harboring nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria, forming nests that collect humus falling from above, or efficiently dispersing spores. 56, 1982–1991. Ferns are seedless vascular plants of humid tropics and temperate areas. Kato, M., and Iwatsuki, K. (1991). Variations in leaf structure among Adiantum pedatum plants growing in a rock cavern. Brittonia 63, 233–244. In support of their results in lycophytes, Harrison et al. (1963). Kato, M. (1988). Most people probably envision ferns this way because, in fact, most fern leaves are highly divided. Adv. As in other vascular plants, the leaves of ferns are arranged in a fixed and predictive phyllotactic sequence around the shoot apex (Schoute, 1938; Gifford and Foster, 1988). In these cases the distal part of the leaf is represented by either a vestigial fiddlehead or necrotic tissue. Phenology is one area of fern leaf biology where field studies are greatly needed. Opin. The leaves of all heterosporous water ferns are unusual, having been highly modified for their aquatic or semi-aquatic habitats. Plant Physiology. Paleobiology 28, 70–100. Rothwell, G. W. (1999). doi: 10.1139/b69-009, Kuehnert, C. C. (1969b). Experimental investigations of the shoot apex of Dryopteris aristata Druce. Sterile culture and microsurgery experiments were designed to understand whether the signals for a leaf to develop as a leaf come from the SAM, the developing leaf itself, or the surrounding leaves. Figure 1. In many species, a single frond is often divided multiple time along the length of the frond. New frond… Torrey Bot. Developmental potentialities of leaf primordia of Osmunda cinnamomea. Several studies have pointed out that the earliest fossil relatives of both lycophytes and euphyllophytes were leafless. doi: 10.2307/1222147, Kato, M., and Imaichi, R. (1992). Abstract. The humus-collecting leaves are also brown, stiff, papery, and dead at functional maturity. Fern leaves generally exhibit finite (determinate) growth but with longer meristematic activity of the apical portion and maturation toward the apex (acroscopic growth). In tree ferns the rhizome has evolve… Trophopod, a commonly overlooked storage structure of potential systematic value in ferns. If sterile and fertile leaves are the same size and shape, they are said to be monomorphic. Experimental induction of buds from fern leaf primordia. (F) Dipteris conjugata, lamina divided into two halves from top of petiole. A. Ambrose and M. D. Purugganan (John Wiley and Sons Ltd), 115–140. Plant Sci., 04 September 2013 Among ferns, the few exceptions that lack chloroplasts in all epidermal cells are species that grow in full sun, such as high-canopy epiphytes (e.g., Elaphoglossum lingua, Dryopteridaceae) or on sunny rock faces (e.g., Notholaena affinis, Pteridaceae; Moran, pers. Class I KNOX and Class III HD Zips genes have been well-studied across the flowering plants and to a lesser extent in gymnosperms (reviewed in Floyd and Bowman, 2007; Efroni et al., 2010; Floyd and Bowman, 2010; Hay and Tsiantis, 2010; Byrne, 2012; Townsley and Sinha, 2012; Yamaguchi et al., 2012). For instance, although they did not analyze ferns in detail, Kenrick and Crane (1997) considered modern ferns, sphenopsids, cladoxylopsids, and the Devonian genus Rhacophyton as part of the same clade (Figure 1). However, Rothwell (1996, 1999) separated living ferns from Rhacophyton and zygopterids, which he placed with lignophytes based on secondary growth. Bot. The Origin and Early Diversification of Land Plants: A Cladistic Study. doi: 10.1139/b78-237, Croxdale, J. G. (1979). (2005) suggested that this may reflect the ancestral role of the leaf developmental module of Class I KNOX and ARP in shoot branching, and that this module was recruited independently during leaf evolution in vascular plants. Here we discuss the theories of leaf evolution in ferns, morphology, and diversity of fern leaves, and experimental results of fern leaf development. Bot. R. Soc. Rojas-Alvarado, A. F. (2008). These controversies along with the phylogenetic position of ferns as sister to seed plants, and the fact that fern leaves display a great morphological diversity, make ferns a key plant lineage for comparative studies on how leaves and vascular plants evolved. Fern morphology . Sector analysis and predictive modelling reveal iterative shoot-like development in fern fronds. As an adaptation to their epiphytic life style, the drynarioid genera of Polypodiaceae have leaves modified for collecting organic debris that falls from above, mostly bits of bark and leaves (Hennipman and Roos, 1982; Janssen and Schneider, 2005). This is especially unknown for tropical ferns not limited by an unfavorable winter growing season and thus capable of producing leaves throughout the year. R. Soc. doi: 10.1016/j.pbi.2011.10.009. In most temperate-zone species of ferns, the rhizome is subterranean and has true roots attached to it. The Nephrolepis pendula complex (Lomariopsidaceae) in the Neotropics. KNOX homeobox genes potentially have similar function in both diploid unicellular and multicellular meristems, but not in haploid meristems. Maturation of the developing fern leaf is acroscopic, that is, toward the apex (Figure 5). In some fern microsurgery experiments where leaf primordia (P4-P9) were isolated from the SAM by incisions, some determinate leaves grew out that had near radial symmetry and buds in their axils (Wardlaw, 1945, 1947, 1949c; Cutter, 1954). The neotropical fern genus Olfersia. Although the former species is now classified in Arachniodes (Dryopteridaceae) and the latter in Osmundastrum (Osmundaceae), we will use here the older names employed by the researchers in the original developmental studies cited. Syst. J. Sci. A linear sequence of extant families and genera of lycophytes and ferns. doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcs074. doi: 10.1139/b69-063, Harrison, C. J., Corley, S. B., Moylan, E. C., Alexander, D. L., Scotland, R. W., and Langdale, J. Phylogenetic analysis of. (1936). PPG I ( 2016). At the other extreme is, for instance, Trichomanes (Hymenophyllaceae, filmy ferns), whose petioles contain only one vascular bundle. B Biol. Wagner, W. H. Jr., and Johnson, D. M. (1983). doi: 10.1007/BF02489484, Imaichi, R. (1982). Yet fern leaves exhibit enormous diversity, especially in size, shape, and cutting (Figures 2, 3). Hairs develop from cell divisions of a single epidermal cell (Bower, 1923). These studies came to diametrically opposite conclusions about the conservation of a leaf developmental mechanism between microphylls and megaphylls (Harrison et al., 2005; Floyd and Bowman, 2006; Prigge and Clark, 2006). 13, 1–16. 168, 1–35. Sci. J. Linnean Soc. 21, 343–372. 1, eds K. Kubitzki (General editor); K. U. Kramer and P. S. Green (Vol. A conspectus of the native and naturalized species of Nephrolepis (Nephrolepidaceae) in the World. Am. Illus. “Morphology,” in Manual of Pteridology, ed F. Verdoorn (Hague: Martinus Nijhoff), 1–104. If all of the leaf primordia are removed from the SAM, then the incipient leaf primordium (I1) develops as a leaf (Hicks and Steeves, 1969; White, 1971). Philos. Arber considered the shoot to be the fundamental organ of the plant, and that all leaves are “partial shoots, and only partial shoots” because their indeterminate growth and radial symmetry are repressed (Arber, 1941). The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. K. R. Sporne. Also maximizing spore dispersal are the longer and more erect petioles that elevate the fertile lamina away from the substrate where the spores are more likely to be picked up by air currents. (W) Cystopteris bulbifera, long-attenuate apex. The reason why I put this fern into … Copeland, E. B. Opin. Wylie, R. B. Bower, F. O. Pryer KM, Schuettpelz E, Wolf PG, Schneider H, Smith AR, Cranfill R ( 2004). 45, 2109–2113. With few exceptions, Eupolypods I have several vascular bundles, all circular in cross section, with the two adaxial ones enlarged (Figure 9F), whereas Eupolpods II have only two vascular bundles elongated in cross section (Figure 9E; Moran, pers. Not surprisingly divided fern leaves exhibit a great variety of architectures. These results suggest that a leaf determining signal comes from the SAM and that fern leaves are not determined as leaves immediately upon arising from the SAM. (1998). UBC Botanical Garden has a diverse collection of about 100 different ferns and fern allies. ZHU Wei, YU Li-Xuan, ZHAO De-Hai, JIA Li-Ming. These pinnae, called aphlebiae, are of unknown function. Arber, A. Bot. Didymoglossum and Microgonium. “Nature made ferns for pure leaves to show what she could do in that line”. On the comparative morphology of the leaf in the vascular cryptogams and gymnosperms. One is conflicting phylogenetic hypotheses. (1948b). Maddison DR, Maddison WP ( 2018). 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