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Palynology of the genus tolpis adanson compositae lactuceae


, : Palynology of the genus tolpis adanson compositae lactuceae. Pollen et Spores 28(2): 111-122

Pollen grains of all species generally referred to Tolpis and some related taxa have been investigated by light and scanning electron microscopy. Pollen of T. barbata and T. lagopoda has also been studied by transmission electron microscropy. Two pollen types are descibed. Echinate to subechinolophate pollen occurs in T. capensis and the remaining species have echinolophate pollen. The taxonomic implications of the palynological observations are discussed.

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