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Post pollination studies in some cyperaceae

Post pollination studies in some cyperaceae

Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences Section B 85(6): 391-398

Post-pollination details in 5 spp. of Cyperaceae (Eleocharis atropurpurea, E. congesta, Fimbristylis tetragona, Fuirena trilobites and Scirpus lateriflorus) are described. The course of development is uniform in all the species with a few exceptions. Double fertilization is synchronous, endosperm is nuclear and the development of embryo is of the Onagrad type. The topographic relations of the epicotyl and the cotyledon conform to the Haccius' concept of the monocotyledonous embryo. The pericarp remains free from the seed coat throughout the development.

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