Development of the inflorescence and flower of Sagittaria cuneata

@inproceedings{Singh1977DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the inflorescence and flower of Sagittaria cuneata},
  author={Vijaya Singh and Rolf Sattler},
  year={1977}
}
The reproductive region of Sagittaria cuneata is basically trimerous. This trimery is exhibited in the arrangement of the bracts, sepals, petals, pairs of stamens in the male flower, and pairs of staminodia in the female flower. In the male flower after the inception of three sepal primordia, each of the three petal primordia arises with one pair of stamen primordia on an alternisepalous bulge of the floral apex, i.e., a petal–stamen (CA) primordium. Subsequent stamen primordia are formed in… CONTINUE READING