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Stomatal and trichome diversity in Senna Mill. from Bangladesh
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Foliar epidermal characters of ten species of Senna Mill found in Bangladesh are investigated and anisocytic and paracytic types are found in Senna sophera and hexacytic stomata are observed in S. auriculata.
Seed germination behaviour of six medicinal plants from Bangladesh
This paper focuses on seed germination of six indigenous medicinal plants of Bangladesh, namely Adenanthera pavonina L., Helicteres isora L., Murraya paniculata (L.) Jack, Psoralea corylifolia L.,
Additions to the angiospermic flora of Runctia Sal Forest, Bangladesh.
In the present paper additional occurrence of 100 species in 75 genera under 40 angiosperm families in the Runctia Sal Forest of Sherpur district is reported. Of these, 71 species in 56 genera are
Aristolochia elegans Mast. (Aristolochiaceae) â A new angiospermic record for Bangladesh
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Aristolochia elegans Mast is reported to have set a new record for the number of eggs in a single collection in Bangladesh, with a total of 24 in total.
Angiospermic flora of Runctia sal forest, Bangladesh. II. Magnoliopsida (Dicots)
This paper deals with a total of 153 plant species under 120 genera and 52 families of the division Magnoliopsida (Dicots) of the Runctia Sal forest in Sherpur district. Habit analysis shows that
ANGIOSPERMIC FLORA OF RUNCTIA SAL FOREST, BANGLADESH. I. LILIOPSIDA (MONOCOTS)
This paper presents 49 plant species belonging to 38 genera and 13 families of the division Liliopsida (monocots) from Runctia sal forest in Sherpur district, Bangladesh. The update nomenclature,
Three new records of Sterculiaceae for Bangladesh
Three species belonging to Sterculiaceae, namely Guazuma ulmifolia Lam., Helicteres viscida Bl. and Sterculia urens Roxb. are recorded here for the first time for Bangladesh. Of these, the genus
Hydrocotyle verticillata Thunb. (Apiaceae) - A new angiospermic record for Bangladesh
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Hydrocotyle verticillata has been recorded in Bangladesh for the first time and is thought to be the most northerly record in the world.
Molecular evolutionary relationships of Euphorbia scordifolia Jacq. within the genus inferred from analysis of internal transcribed spacer sequences
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The analysis of ITS sequence data revealed four major clades consistent with subgeneric classifications of the genus that support placement of E. scordifolia in the subgenus Chamaesyce.
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