Location and interseasonal variation in flowering, propagule setting and propagule size in mangroves species of the family Rhizophoraceae

@article{Tyagi2004LocationAI,
  title={Location and interseasonal variation in flowering, propagule setting and propagule size in mangroves species of the family Rhizophoraceae},
  author={Anand Prakash Tyagi},
  journal={Wetlands Ecology and Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={167-174}
}
Three species of mangroves, Rhizophora stylosa, Rhizophora mangle (synonym R. samoensis) and Bruguiera gymnorhiza in the family Rhizophoraceae were studied to understand the flowering pattern, propagule development and the propagule size at maturity prior to dispersal from the mother plant. The study was conducted in the Wet and the Dry zones over two seasons in Viti Levu, the Main Island of Fiji. The flower number, number of propagules and propagule size at maturity were significantly… CONTINUE READING

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