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Angiosperm Families - Implicit Attributes
... mesophyll without etherial oil cells; not containing mucilage cells; without sclerenchymatous idioblasts. Stem anatomy. The cortex without cristarque cells. Cortical bundles absent. Medullary bundles absent. ... without libriform fibres; with vessels. Tile cells absent. Pith without diaphragms. Root anatomy. Roots without velamen. Inflorescence, floral, fruit and seed morphology. The fruiting ...
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Angiosperm Families - Acanthaceae Juss.
... phloem transfer cells (Ruellia), or without phloem transfer cells (9 genera). Stem anatomy. Cork cambium present; initially deep-seated (sometimes), or superficial. Nodes unilacunar ... Beleropone, Fittonia, Graptophyllum, Justicia, Lepidogathis. C4 physiology recorded directly in Blepharis. Anatomy non-C4 type (Acanthopale, Acanthus, Adhatoda, Asystasia, Barleria, Crabbea, Crossandra, Dyschoriste, ...
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... Bisexual Flower Diagram Vegetative Terminology Part 1 Vegetative Terminology Part 2 Wood Anatomy Illustrations Nettle Trichome Illustration Illustration Of A Garlic Bulb Duckweed: Lemna perpusilla ... Section Of Lichen See A Plant Fiber Cell See A Lichen Perithecium Stem Anatomy Illustrations Wolffia Compared With Earth Leaf Terminology Illustrations Flower Terminology Illustrations Illustrations ...
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IJPS Contents: Vol. 157, No. 6, Supp.
... -S57 The fossil history of the Gnetales Peter R. Crane S58-S76 Wood, bark, and stem anatomy of Gnetales: a summary Sherwin Carlquist S77-S94 Double fertilization in Gnetales: implications for understan ...
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Chapter 3: Taxonomy, Page 1
... (presumably). Vernation conduplicate. Leaves becoming compound by ontogenetically predetermined splitting. General anatomy. Plants with `crystal sand' (occasionally), or without `crystal sand'. Plants with silica ... leaf veins without phloem transfer cells (Chamaerops). Vessels present; end-walls scalariform. Stem anatomy. Secondary thickening absent (or slight, and then not cambial but from ...
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References on Psaronius
... systems - Morphology and Development. Palaeontographica 161B, 147 - 164. Morgan J., 1959. The morphology and anatomy of American species of the genus Psaronius. Illinois Biol. Monogr. 27: 1 - 108. Rößler, ... Cambridge. Stidd, B.M., 1971. Morphology and anatomy of the frond of Psaronius. Palaeontographica 134B: 87 - 123. Stidd, B.M. & Phillips, T.L., 1968. Basal stem anatomy of Psaronius. Amer. J. Bot. ...
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Stem & Root Anatomy
... Biology 101 Botany Search Stem & Root Anatomy Cellular Structure of Vascular Plants ***All Images & Illustrations Copyright Protected*** See Article About Plant Textile Fibers See Article About The Anatomy Of Wood Go ... bands of summer xylem (annual rings). See Article About The Anatomy Of Wood See Resin Ducts In Poison Oak Stem See World's Oldest Living Shrub Angiosperms typically have both ...
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Sarracenia - Flower Anatomy
... Sarracenia (North American Pitcher Plant) Flower Anatomy The flowers are usually the first sign of growth from the rhizome following ... same for all Sarracenia species, a single flower is produced for each stem, this may achieve a height of 60 cm or more depending upon ... and size of the plant.  As the flower begins to open the stem assumes the shape of a shepherds crook.  The structure of the flower ...
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The Seed Biology Place - Seed Structure and Anatomy
... Technology Seed Ecology Seed Dictionary Seed Structure and Anatomy The structure, anatomy and morphology of mature seeds: an overview The structure, anatomy and morphology of mature seeds: model species ... (2n), result of fertilization. The mature embryo consists of cotyledons (seed leaves), hypocotyl (stem-like embryonic axis below the cotyledons), radicle (embryonic root). Seed and embryo types ...
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Anatomy of Clivia Plants
... Anatomy of Clivia Plants Shields Gardens Ltd. Bulbs, Clivias, and Daylilies from ... Sites Societies and Clubs Links People About Us Shields Gardens Ltd. brings you Anatomy of Clivia Plants Structure of a Clivia Plant A clivia plant is built ... members of the Amaryllis Family, like Hippeastrum and Crinum. The rhizome is a stem that usually grows partly underground and partly above. From it grow the leaves, ...
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