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Structure and development of stomata in some Acanthaceae
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The leaves of Neuracanthus sphaerostachys are hypostomatic while those of other species investigated are amphistomatic, and structure and development of stomata have been studied in 14 genera and 22 species of the Acanthaceae. Expand
Studies on the cystoliths of Acanthaceae
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The occurrence, type of cystoliths, their size and frequency are worked out in 46 species belonging to the family Acanthaceae, however, the characteristics of the cyStoliths may not be profitably used as a taxonomic tool. Expand
A Review on Plumbago zeylanica Linn. - A Divine Medicinal Plant
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The present review highlights the traditional medicinal uses, phytochemistry, pharmacological activities of Plumbago zeylanica Linn and aims at encouraging and attracting attention of researchers for production of new drugs and extensive use of the plants. Expand
Eragrostiella nardoides Trin. (Poaceae): A New record for Maharashtra from Khandesh region.
The present paper deals with addition of one more species, Eragrostiella nardoides Trin. to the flora of Maharashtra. Detailed description and illustrations are provided to facilitate easyExpand
Leaf architecture of some acanthaceae
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Elytraria acaulis, Nelsonia canescens and Staurogynae zeylanica exhibit venation pattern shown by majority of the taxa studied, of the Acanthaceae, which conforms to pinnate camptodromous with eucamptodromeous or festooned brochidodromously secondaries. Expand
COMPARATIVE LM AND SEM STUDIES OF GLANDULAR TRICHOMES ON THE CALYX OF FLOWERS OF TWO SPECIES OF PLUMBAGO LINN
LM and SEM investigation of calyx of flowers of Plumbago zeylanica Linn. and Plumbago auriculata Lam. has shown two types of trichomes-glandular trichomes and unicellular trichomes. Basic structureExpand
In Vitro regeneration of Plumbago zeylanica Linn through embryo culture
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The present study provide efficient, simplified, economic protocol for rapid in vitro regeneration of Plumbago zeylanica Linn and shows successful germination and seedlings developed within eight weeks. Expand
NEW RECORDS OF CYPERACEAE FOR KHANDESH REGION OF MAHARASHTRA, INDIA
The present paper deals with addition of six species, which are reported for the first time for Khandesh region from different parts of the Satpuda ranges. The herbarium specimens have been lodged inExpand
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