• Biology
  • Published 2015

New report on anatomy of lenticel development in Fraxinus (Oleaceae) species from Iran

@inproceedings{Kaveh2015NewRO,
  title={New report on anatomy of lenticel development in Fraxinus (Oleaceae) species from Iran},
  author={Mona Kaveh and Akhtar Tavassoli and Farshid Memariani and Rahman Azadi},
  year={2015}
}
The adaptive abilities of plants allow them to survive in wide ranges of physical conditions. These adaptations appeared to be associated with lenticels. Lenticels are essential to the plants, since they control gas exchange in the absence or losing the function of stomas. Fraxinus is a morphologically variable genus and this is regarded as individual adaptations to environmental conditions. Plant adaptations to different environmental conditions can also influence their anatomical structures… CONTINUE READING

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