Stomatal parameters in nine species of Corchorus (Tiliaceae)

  title={Stomatal parameters in nine species of Corchorus (Tiliaceae)},
  author={Susmita Maity and A. Datta},
  journal={International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences},
  • S. Maity, A. Datta
  • Published 4 May 2012
  • Environmental Science
  • International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Stomatal parameters namely stomatal size variation including aperture size (area), frequency of distribution, and conductance were studied in nine species (cultivated- C. capsularis L.- JRC 321, C. olitorius L. – JRO 524; wild - C. aestuans L. – WCIJ 088, C. fascicularis Lam. – WCIJ 150, C. pseudocapsularis L.- CIM 036, C. pseudoolitorius I. and Z. – OIN 507, C. tridens L.- WCIJ 149, C. trilocularis L.- KBA 222 and C. urticaefolius W. and A.- WCIJ 070- the species were grown under uniform agro… 

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