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Angiosperm Families - Alstroemeriaceae Dum.
... of leaves; rhizomatous and tuberous (some of the roots being modified to store water and nutrients). Self supporting, or climbing; when climbing, stem twiners. Mesophytic. Leaves medium- ... entire; linear to lanceolate; parallel-veined; without cross-venules; attenuate at the base. Lamina margins entire. Leaf anatomy. Stomata present; anomocytic. Guard-cells not ‘grass type’. Lamina dorsiventral ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aponogetonaceae J.G. Agardh
... emergent and floating. Often heterophyllous. Leaves alternate; petiolate; sheathing. Leaf sheaths with free margins. Leaves simple. Lamina parallel-veined; cross-venulate (the tissue between the veins ... fruit and seed morphology. Flowers aggregated in ‘inflorescences’ (commonly projected above the water in 1–3 spikes). Inflorescences pseudanthial (sometimes), or not pseudanthial; spatheate (the ...
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Angiosperm Families - Barclayaceae (Endl.) Li
... entire; lanceolate to orbicular (sometimes violet beneath); cross-venulate; cordate. Leaves exstipulate. Lamina margins entire. General anatomy. Plants with laticifers (articulated). The laticifers in leaves, in stems ... . Flowers solitary (long-pedunculate but often not reaching the surface of the water, at least sometimes cleistogamous); extra-axillary; ebracteate (under the interpretation of the ...
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Angiosperm Families - Bromeliaceae Juss.
... (usually thick and stiff, with internal water storage tissue, often spine-tipped); usually imbricate; sessile; sheathing. Leaf sheaths with free margins. Leaves simple. Lamina entire; linear, or lanceolate, or ovate, or subulate; parallel-veined; without cross-venules. Leaves exstipulate. Lamina margins entire, or serrate (often serrate-spiniferous). General anatomy. Plants with silica bodies. ...
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Angiosperm Families - Combretaceae R. Br.
... marked odour; simple. Lamina entire; pinnately veined; cross-venulate. Leaves minutely stipulate, or exstipulate. Lamina margins entire. Leaves without a persistent basal meristem. Domatia occurring in the family (from 11 ... into unequal halves, e.g. Terminalia), or with one stone (usually). Dispersal often by water, by animals or by wind (the wind-dispersed forms winged). Fruit usually 1 seeded ( ...
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Angiosperm Families - Cymodoceaceae N. Taylor
... apparently so); when alternate, spiral, or distichous; sessile; sheathing. Leaf sheaths with free margins. Leaves simple; epulvinate. Lamina entire; linear, or subulate; parallel-veined. Leaves ligulate ... anatomy. Root xylem without vessels. Reproductive type, pollination. Plants dioecious. Pollination by water. Inflorescence, floral, fruit and seed morphology. Flowers solitary, or aggregated in ‘ ...
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