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LEAF AND STEM ANATOMY OF SPECIES OF CYTISOPHYLLUM, CYTISUS, CHAMAECYTISUS, GENISTA, AND GENISTA SECT. TELINE (FABACEAE: GENISTEAE) AS AN AID FOR TAXONOMY
The leaf and stem anatomies of several shrubby species of the Cytisus-Genista complex have been studied. The selected species have potential value for soil conservation and as feed for ruminants inExpand
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Perforated Ray Cells and Primary Wall Remnants in Vessel Element Perfortations of Symplocos Uniflora
The presence of perforated ray cells and remnant strands of primary wall material in perforations of scalariform perforation plate is described in Symplocaceae for the first time.
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Wood anatomy and relationships of Santalaceae. I. Acanthosyris, Jodina, and Myoschilos
Study of the wood of Acanthosyris, Jodina, and Myoschilos confirmed a close relationship between Santalaceae and Olacaceae. Features important for defining the three genera and for determiningExpand
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Wood anatomy of six species of Lycium, with comments on fibriform vessel elements
The study of wood anatomy of 6 species of Lycium L. was made. These species share an homogeneous structure. The essential wood characteristics are: dendritic distribution, presence of spiralExpand
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