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Journal: Palynology
Published: 03 April 2022
Palynology (2022) 46 (2): 1–13.
...) and exine ornamentation (psilate, echinate, microechinate-verrucate, reticulate and rugulate) of the pollen grains, allowing the species studied to be distinguished. Multivariate analysis of measurements confirms the qualitative description and pollen diversity in Cordiaceae species. Smaller diameter values...
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Photomicrographs and scanning electromicrographs (SEM) of the pollen grains...
Published: 03 April 2022
Plate 3. Photomicrographs and scanning electromicrographs (SEM) of the pollen grains of Cordiaceae (Boraginaceae s.l. ). Figures 1–6. Cordia trichotoma (Vell.) Arráb. ex Steud. 1. Polar view, optical section. 2. Equatorial view, ectoaperture. 3. Equatorial view, endoaperture. 4. Equatorial
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Photomicrographs and scanning electromicrographs (SEM) of the pollen grains...
Published: 03 April 2022
Plate 1. Photomicrographs and scanning electromicrographs (SEM) of the pollen grains of Cordiaceae (Boraginaceae s.l. ). Figures 1–5 . Cordia ecalyculata Vell. 1. Polar view, optical section. 2–3. General aspect, equatorial view. 4a–b. Ornamentation in high and low focus. 5. Equatorial view
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Photomicrographs and scanning electromicrographs (SEM) of the pollen grains...
Published: 03 April 2022
Plate 2. Photomicrographs and scanning electromicrographs (SEM) of the pollen grains of Cordiaceae (Boraginaceae s.l. ). Figures 1–5 . Cordia sellowiana Cham. 1. Polar view, optical section. 2. Equatorial view, aperture. 3. Equatorial view, endoaperture. 4a–b. Ornamentation in high and low