On the wood anatomy of the tribe “Olmedieae” (Moraceae) and the position of the genus Olmedia R. & P

@article{Mennega1977OnTW,
  title={On the wood anatomy of the tribe “Olmedieae” (Moraceae) and the position of the genus Olmedia R. \& P},
  author={A. Mennega and Marijke Lanzing-Vinkenborg},
  journal={Plant Biology},
  year={1977},
  volume={26},
  pages={1-27}
}
The structure of the wood of the genera Castilla, Helicostylis, Maquira, Naucleopsis, Olmedia, Perebea and Pseudolmedia, considered to belong in the Olmedieae (cf. Berg 1972) is described. The diversity in anatomical structure between the genera is small, and it is hard to distinguish Maquira, Perebea and Pseudolmedia from each other. Castilla can be recognized by its thinwalled and wide-lumined fibres, Helicostylis by its parenchyma distribution, Naucleopsis (usually) by its more numerous… Expand

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