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Sporoderm structure of psoralea bituminosa and psoralea acaulis papilionaceae



Sporoderm structure of psoralea bituminosa and psoralea acaulis papilionaceae



Biologicheskie Nauki (Moscow) (11): 66-72



The structure of pollen sporoderm from P. bituminosa L. and P. acaulis Stev. was studied. Pollen measurements, shape determination, investigation of pollen grain surface were performed with light and electron (scanning and X-ray) microscopes. The exine of these species had the same structure as P. drupacea Bunge. It consisted of 3 layers: dense homogeneous ectexine, granular mesexine and fine-grained endexine. Psoralea spp. differ from other legumes by the presence of mesexines and the absence of stylar layers. The 3 Psoralea spp., having similar exine structure, are different in their pollen grain and aperture surface characteristics.

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