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Onto morphogenesis of shrubby representatives of the genus paeonia part 2 paeonia lutea and paeonia delavayi



Onto morphogenesis of shrubby representatives of the genus paeonia part 2 paeonia lutea and paeonia delavayi



Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta Seriya XVI Biologiya (2): 64-76



Ontomorphogenesis and vegetative organ anatomy of P. lutea and P. delavayi, two geoxylous subshrubs, were described. Shrub building begins in the 3rd year of life. Germination is underground. The marginals of cotyledons have congenital concrescents. Cotyledons have functions such as absorption, nutrient substance storage and protection of plumules. Monopodious shoot growth changes to sympodial growth early. Generative shoots except the main one are monocyclic; they die back after germination. Shoot life continues for 1-6 yr. P. lutea has the longest tracheal elements of the secondary xylem, with scalariform perforation plates and 5-7 cross-bars. Root structure is similar to herbaceous Paeonias. They are tuberous, with storage tissue that is parenchymatous by the time of formation of the secondary xylem. Leaves are mesomorphous with some light features. In leaf and histologic elements of the secondary xylem, there are some species distinctions.

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