Ovules and seeds in Acalyphoideae (Euphorbiaceae): structure and systematic implications

@article{Tokuoka2003OvulesAS,
  title={Ovules and seeds in Acalyphoideae (Euphorbiaceae): structure and systematic implications},
  author={T. Tokuoka and H. Tobe},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={116},
  pages={355-380}
}
  • T. Tokuoka, H. Tobe
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Plant Research
  • Acalyphoideae, the largest subfamily of Euphorbiaceae, are investigated with respect to ovule and seed structure on the basis of 172 species of 80 genera in all 20 tribes of Acalyphoideae sensu Webster. All species of Acalyphoideae examined have bitegmic ovules with a non-vascularized inner integument. However, noticeable differences exist among and sometimes within the genera in the thickness of the inner and outer integument, the presence or absence of vascular bundles in the outer integument… CONTINUE READING
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