Caracterización del indumento de nueve especies de Loasaceae de Venezuela

@article{NogueraSavelli2009CaracterizacinDI,
  title={Caracterizaci{\'o}n del indumento de nueve especies de Loasaceae de Venezuela},
  author={Eliana Noguera-Savelli and Damelis J{\'a}uregui and Thirza Ruiz-Zapata},
  journal={Revista Mexicana De Biodiversidad},
  year={2009},
  volume={80},
  pages={751-762}
}
En este trabajo se caracterizo el indumento observado en diferentes organos de 9 especies de Loasaceae presentes en Venezuela, precisando su ubicacion en la planta a fin de establecer una posible importancia taxonomica. Este estudio se efectuo tanto al microscopio optico como al microscopio electronico de barrido. El indumento esta constituido por 2 clases de apendices epidermicos: tricomas y emergencias. Los tricomas se clasificaron en tricomas eglandulares uni y multicelulares y tricomas… 
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