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Xylem distribution in the achene of some European Ranunculus species as a taxonomical criterion of Ranunculus genus



Xylem distribution in the achene of some European Ranunculus species as a taxonomical criterion of Ranunculus genus



Phytomorphology 49(3): 241-252



The distribution of xylem strands was investigated in the achenes of 34 European Ranunculus species. Xylem distribution in developing and mature achenes appears to be common for all species. There are numerous interspecific similarities in xylem pattern development of Ranunculus pistils/achenes, but species can be distinguished based on the pattern of the vascular system in mature achenes. However, closely-related species are difficult to distinguish by this method.

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