Vegetative Anatomy and Affinities of Dirachma socotrana (Dirachmaceae)

@inproceedings{Baas2001VegetativeAA,
  title={Vegetative Anatomy and Affinities of Dirachma socotrana (Dirachmaceae)},
  author={P. Baas and S. Jansen and E. Smets},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract Stem and leaf anatomy of Dirachma socotrana, an endemic species from Socotra, is described in detail. The diffuse porous to semi-ring-porous wood is characterized by solitary vessels and vessels in short radial multiples with a tendency for oblique/radial vessel arrangement, simple vessel perforations, vascular tracheids, nonseptate fibers with simple to minutely bordered pits mainly confined to radial walls, axial parenchyma which is scanty paratracheal and in 1–2-seriate marginal… Expand
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