TITLE

ANATOMIA DE LA LAMINA FOLIAR DEL GENERO TRISETUM (GRAMINEAE: POOIDEAE) EN MEXICO

AUTHOR(S)
Torres, Ismael Hernandez; Engleman, E. Mark
PUB. DATE
June 1995
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1995, Issue 31, p39
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Leaf anatomy in transverse section and abaxial epidermis for twelve species of Trisetum Pers. present in Mexico is described. Elongate mesophyll cells with undulated walls were observed in nine species. The epidermis costal zone of all species, except T. filifolium, showed short silica and cork cells frequently arranged in rows. Those short cells appeared solitary or in pairs in the intercostal zone of only four species. Solitary, elongate silica bodies undulated in outline were found in costal zone of all species.
ACCESSION #
20395744

 

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