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Venation pattern in vegetative and floral organs of crotalaria juncea


, : Venation pattern in vegetative and floral organs of crotalaria juncea. Acta Botanica Indica 12(2): 174-179

Venation patterns in cotyledon, leaf, stipule, bract, sepal and petal were studied. It is uni-nerved in leaf and stipule, bi-nerved in cotyledon, wing and keel petals and tri-nerved in bract, sepal and the standard petal. Venation pattern is most complex in the leaf and is dichotomous with variable amounts of anastomosis in different petals. The major venation pattern in leaf and cotyledon is essentially the same.

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