Beiträge zur Systematischen Anatomie derAsteraceae-Anthemideae: Die Trichome

@article{NappZinn2004BeitrgeZS,
  title={Beitr{\"a}ge zur Systematischen Anatomie derAsteraceae-Anthemideae: Die Trichome},
  author={Klaus Napp-Zinn and Marianne Eble},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={136},
  pages={169-207}
}
Biseriate glandular trichomes and uniseriate flagellar covering hairs occur in all or most of the 20 genera examined and thus do not provide important taxonomical hints. In contrast, T- or Y-shaped hairs have been found inSantolina, Anthemis, Leucanthemopsis, Dendranthema, Tanacetum,Balsamita, Sphaeromeria (?),Artemisia, andAchillea clavenae only. Stellate hairs appear to be rare (inSantolina andArtemisia sect.Dracunculus). For details, additional hair types, and relationships see Tab.1 and Fig… 

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