Pericarp anatomy and evolution inCoriaria (Coriariaceae)

@article{Tobe2006PericarpAA,
  title={Pericarp anatomy and evolution inCoriaria (Coriariaceae)},
  author={Hiroshi Tobe and Mitsuo Suzuki and Tatsundo Fukuhara},
  journal={The botanical magazine = Shokubutsu-gaku-zasshi},
  year={2006},
  volume={105},
  pages={289-302}
}
The first overall study of pericarp anatomy ofCoriaria is presented to discuss its evolution and relationships within a genus. All 14 species investigated (including 11 narrowly defined species) have somewhat bilaterally flattened mature fruits with five to seven (or more) longitudinal costae. They share a usually nine-(or more-)cell-layered (at intercostal region), stratified mature pericarp, which is basically constructed by an exocarp, an outer, a middle and an inner zone of mesocarp, and an… 

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