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Leaf architecture of Anacardiaceae

@article{MartnezMilln2005LeafAO,
  title={Leaf architecture of Anacardiaceae},
  author={Marcela Mart{\'i}nez-Mill{\'a}n and Sergio Rafael Silvestre Cevallos-Ferriz},
  journal={Revista Mexicana De Biodiversidad},
  year={2005},
  volume={76},
  pages={137-190}
}
Anacardiaceae is a moderately large family. It includes 74 genera and approximately 600 species. The family has an extensive fossil record that dates back at least to the Maastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous), and that consists to a large extent of leaf impressions. In this work, the description of the leaf architecture of 61 genera of Anacardiaceae is presented. The leaves (or leafl ets) of 102 species were cleared, mounted and observed under both dissection and compound microscopes. 

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