Floral Morphology of Artemisia annua with Special Reference to Trichomes

@article{Janick1995FloralMO,
  title={Floral Morphology of Artemisia annua with Special Reference to Trichomes},
  author={Jules Janick},
  journal={International Journal of Plant Sciences},
  year={1995},
  volume={156},
  pages={807 - 815}
}
  • J. Janick
  • Published 19 February 1995
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Plant Sciences
Floral morphology of Artemisia annua L. was described using light and scanning electron microscopy. Floral trichomes include nonglandular T-shaped filamentous trichomes, which occur on the basal bracts and pedicel of the capitulum, and 10-celled biseriate glandular trichomes on receptacle and bracts of capitula and corolla of florets. The heart-shaped biseriate glandular trichomes, composed of two columns of five cells each, are similar to those described for the leaf. During floral development… 

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