Floral and Leaf Anatomy of Hibiscus Species

@inproceedings{Essiett2014FloralAL,
  title={Floral and Leaf Anatomy of Hibiscus Species},
  author={U. A. Essiett and E. Iwok},
  year={2014}
}
Comparative anatomical studies of the leaves and flowers of H. arnottianus, H. surattensis, H. acetosella and H. rosa-sinensis are described. The anisocytic stomata was the commonest followed by brachyparacytic, anomocytic, staurocytic stomata and laterocytic stomatas respectively. H. acetosella are distinguished on other species by having laterocytic stomata on both surfaces of leaves and parallel contiguous stomata are found on abaxial surface while in H. rosa-sinensis laterocytic is found… Expand
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