Anatomy, palynology and nutlet micromorphology of Turkish endemic Teucrium sandrasicum (Lamiaceae)

Dinç, Muhittin; Duran, Ahmet; Pinar, Münevver; Öztürk, Meryem
October 2008
Biologia;Oct2008, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p637
Academic Journal
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