Anatomy of the pseudocarp inAnacardium occidentale L.

  title={Anatomy of the pseudocarp inAnacardium occidentale L.},
  author={Thomas M. Varghese and Yogendra Pratap Pundir},
  journal={Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B},
  • T. VargheseY. Pundir
  • Published 1 May 1964
  • Materials Science
  • Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B
SummaryThe present work deals with the changes during the development of the Pseudocarp inAnacardium occidentale, which is morphologically the pedicel and the disc.The number of bundles increases from the base towards the distal end in a peculiar way, which has been described in detail. Some of the bundles appear to arisede no vo in the pith whereas the others form a continuous system from base to top.The development of resin ducts in the pseudocarp is described in detail. They develop… 

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