TITLE

HISTO-ANATOMICAL COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF FLOWER COVERS BY MELAMPYRUM CRISTATUM L. AND MELAMPYRUM BIHARIENSE KERN. SPECIES

AUTHOR(S)
Munteanu, Melania-Florina; Oroian, Silvia; Toma, Claudia-Crina
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
Studia Universitatis Vasile Goldis Seria Stiintele Vietii (Life ;2008, Vol. 18, p37
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
For a further analysis of the active principles, you have to know the histoanatomic organ structure of the Melampyrum species. The Melampyrum cristatum L. and Melampyrum bihariense Kern species are plants belonging to the Romanian spontaneous flora. After comparative analyses made on the sepals and petals of the two Melampyrum species, there have been found the following: tector hairs, glandular hairs and a few stomata on the tracta epidermis, glandular hairs and tector hairs in the sepal elevation, and in the petal elevation the analysis indicates the presence of conic papilla and glandular hairs.
ACCESSION #
35789060

 

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