TITLE

COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGICAL AND ANATOMICAL STUDY OF LEAVES AND STEMS OF IRIS PSEUDACORUS AND IRIS SIBIRICA

AUTHOR(S)
GONTOVA, T. N.; ZATYLNIKOVA, O. A.
PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
International Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences;2013 Supplement, Vol. 5 Issue Supp 3, p574
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: A comparative morphological and anatomical study of leaves and stems of two species of Iris from Limniris section of Iridaceae family - Iris pseudacorus L. and Iris sibirica L. has been carried out. Methods: The morphological and anatomical analysis of medicinal plants. Result: Their distinguishing and common features have been determined. Conclusion: Study results will be used in standardization of raw materials and development of an article for the State Pharmacopoeia of Ukraine, as well as for determining systematic position of the species.
ACCESSION #
91575049

 

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