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Venation pattern in vegetative and floral organs of Crotalaria juncea Linn


, : Venation pattern in vegetative and floral organs of Crotalaria juncea Linn. Acta Botanica Indica 12(2): 174-179

Venation pattern in cotyledon, leaf, stipule, bract, sepal and petal of C. juncea was studied. It was uninerved in the leaf and stipule, bi-nerved in the cotyledon, wing and keel petals and tri-nerved in the bract, sepal and the standard petal. Venation pattern was the most complex in the leaf and was dichotomous with variable amount of anastomosis in different petals.

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