2 edition of contribution to the pollen morphology of Stilbaceae Kunth found in the catalog.
contribution to the pollen morphology of Stilbaceae Kunth
|Other titles||Pollen morphology of Stilbaceae, Pollen et spores. Vol. 25, no. 3-4.|
|Statement||by Bhoj Raj.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -408 :|
|Number of Pages||408|
Pollen and Spore Morphology/ Plant Taxonomy by Erdtman, G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The pollen morphology of 12 Brazilian native species of Malpighiaceae from forest fragments was investigated in search to expand the morphological knowledge of the species analyzed thus contributing to its palynology, taxonomy, and conservation. The pollen grains were acetolysed, measured, photographed using light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy, and described qualitatively.
The unique pollen morphology may be related to mechanical processes to accommodate the increase in volume after early formation of the pollen wall and may indicate a relationship to an. In part, the pollen data reinforce the traditional view of closely related pairs or small groups of genera. In Berberis and Mahonia the pollen morphology would support separate family status as well as congeneric treatment. The unusual exine structure in Nandina would reinforce its treatment as a monotypic family, Nandinaceae.
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Wood anatomy of Stilbaceae and Retziaceae: ecological and systematic implications. Aliso – Google Scholar. Cronquist, A. An integrated system of classification of flowering plants.
Raj, B. A contribution to the pollen morphology of Stilbaceae Kunth. Pollen Spores – Google Scholar. Rebelo, A.G. A contribution to the pollen morphology of Camellia (Theaccae).
- Grana ISSN The pollen morphology and ultrastructure of 20 species of Cat7iellia (Theaceae) representing the four subgenera were examined.
The pollen is tricolporate, spherical to slightly oblate or prolate, with scabrate to rugulate exine sculpturing. Contributions to the pollen morphology and taxonomy of the Liliaceae. – Grana 20– ISSN – Pollen of 34 species from 7 genera of the Liliaceae were examined by LM and SEM with respect to the taxonomy of the family.
Detailed pollen-morphological characteristics are given for. In the Middle East; Raj Bhoj, A contribution to the pollen morphology of Stilbaceae Kunth.; O. Barth, Pollen morphology of Brazilian Ruttaceae: Dictyoloma and Hortia; M. Haque, M. Godward, Evidence of genic control of exine pattern from irradiation studies in Lactuceae; A.
Brun, Etude palynologique des sediments marins holocenes de. A contribution to the pollen morphology of Verbenaceae. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol., This study presents a critical and detailed pollenmorphological investigation of species belonging to 68 genera, by LM and SEM.
Of these, 11 species have also been studied by by: (). Pollen morphology of Dioscorea (Dioscoreaceae) from the Atlantic Forest in southeast Brazil (São Paulo) with a contribution to the systematics of Neotropical species.
Grana: Vol. The present paper reports on palynology and pollination ecology of eight taxa of Amorphophallus from North Western Ghats (NWGS) and Konkan region of India. Out of ten known pollen exine ornamentations of the genus, six are represented – psilate, striate, fossulate, verrucate, scabrate and the new type ‘pseudofossulate’ of Amorphophallus commutatus var.
wayanadensis. Pollen of 34 species from 7 genera of the Liliaceae were examined by LM and SEM with respect to the taxonomy of the family. Detailed pollenmorphological characteristics are given for all genera in the family on the basis of the results presented here together with data from the literature.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE POLLEN MORPHOLOGY AND PHYLOGENY OF THE ANNONACEAE. I James W. Walker (Received hiarch 4, ) ABSTRA(=T studies of the Annonaccac, now in progress, have In an earlier paper, which includes pollen descrip- tiOnS for 93 genera and aPPrOfimatelY Species of the large, tropical family Annonaceae, the author laid the.
Pollen Unit (Monad) Research study in pollen morphology conducted in DLSU-Dasma “Documentation and Identification of Pollen Found at DLSU-Dasma” (Bognot, et. al. ) Family Pollen Size (µm) Pollen Shape Pollen Unit Pollen Sculpturing Begoniaceae Oblate Monad Striate Lythraceae Oblate Monad Striate Rubiaceae Spheroidal.
The main aims of this study are to contribute to our understanding the pollen morphology of aquatic plants naturally growing in four northern Mediterranean lakes of Egypt namely: Mariut, Idku, Burullus and Manzala by light microscopy and to be used as additional tool for plant taxonomy.
Materials and methods Study area. The pollen morphology data support taxonomic arrangements at different levels: the separation of the family into two subfamilies, Eriocauloideae and Paepalanthoideae, the separation from Syngonanthus of sect. Eulepis by its 2-zonasulcate pollen grains and the segregation of Tonina fluviatilis, due to its grooved spines, into its own genus.
From the student's point of view the pollen material for detailed pollen morphological study is easily accessible. The pollen of this family vary from monads to polyads.
There is tremendous variation in the pollen morphology of these plants. Significant contribution on this theme has been recently made by Cheriyan Panicker (). A Contribution to the Pollen Morphology of Family Gramineae.
Anjum Perveen. Text book of pollen Erd tman, G., Pollen morphology and plant. analysis. 2nd Edn. Pollen morphology of 40 species representing 13 genera of the family Chenopodiaceae from Pakistan has been examined by light and scanning electron microscope.
Chenopodiaceae is a. Pollen Morphology and Plant Taxonomy: Angiosperms Volume 1 of Pollen Morphology and Plant Taxonomy Volume 1 of Pollen Morphology and Plant Taxonomy: An Introduction to Palynology: Author: Gunnar Erdtman: Edition: illustrated, reprint, revised: Publisher: Brill Archive, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects5/5(2).
pollen morphology by early Botanists has demonstrated the potential value of palynology in phylogeny and plant taxonomy. The contribution of Woodehouse, () through the publication of the book “pollen grains” marked the beginning of purposeful studies on pollen morphology in angiosperms.
Palynology is the scientific study of pollen and spores, those virtually indestructible, microscopic, but easily identifiable plant parts found in archaeological sites and adjacent soils and water tiny organic materials are most commonly used to identify past environmental climates (called paleoenvironmental reconstruction), and track changes in climate over a period of time.
pollen morphology of the genus Hibiscus and  on pollen morphology of three species of Emilia.  also characterized and documented the taxonomic importance of pollen attributes of some woody plant species of the Cross River National Park, Nigeria.
Similar. In this pollen and spore atlas we contribute to this growing body of work by presenting images of pollen types (in genera and ∼79 families) and 30 spore types (in 25 genera and ∼.
Moreover, the pollen morphology also showed the pollen type of Heterosmilax is the same as that in S. nervomarginata (Chen et al., b), which is in a sister clade (Fig.
2, Koyama () treated. Pollen morphology of some species of the genus Euphorbia L. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol., The pollen morphology of sixty species of the genus Euphorbia has been examined with LM and SEM. The genus has been found to be remarkably eurypalynous.
Seven pollen types have been distinguished. A detailed diagnosis of each pollen type is given.Panajiotidis S., Athanasiadis N., Symeonidis L., Karataglis S.
() Pollen Morphology and its Contribution to the Taxonomy of Some Native Greek aegilops Species. In: Tsekos I., Moustakas M. (eds) Progress in Botanical Research.