Fruit anatomy of Neotropical species of Indigofera (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae) with functional and taxonomic implications1

@inproceedings{Leite2009FruitAO,
  title={Fruit anatomy of Neotropical species of Indigofera (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae) with functional and taxonomic implications1},
  author={Viviane Gonçalves Leite and Fl{\'a}via Silva Marquiaf{\'a}vel and Daniela de Paula Moraes and Simone de P{\'a}dua Teixeira},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract This work reports on the fruit surface and anatomy of seven Neotropical species of Indigofera (I. campestris Bong. ex Benth., I. hirsuta L., I. lespedeziodes Kunth, I. microcarpa Desv., I. spicata Forssk., I. suffruticosa Mill., and I. truxillensis Kunth) to help species diagnosis and clarify the fruit type classification. Flowers and fruits at several stages of development were removed from living material, fixed, and examined with scanning electron (surface analyses) and light… 
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