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Differences in the morphology and anatomy of buds, bud scales and stipules in fig species of the subgenus Eusyce



Differences in the morphology and anatomy of buds, bud scales and stipules in fig species of the subgenus Eusyce



Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsiirecd 1986; 83: 92-97



A comparison is given between Ficus carica, F. afghanistanica, F. virgata and F. palmata. At the primary stages of leaf development, venation in the entire-leaved F. virgata and F. palmata was pinnate, while in the other species with lobed leaves, venation was palmate, an evolutionarily more advanced type.

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