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Some peculiarities of fine structure of the taxodiaceae pollen



Some peculiarities of fine structure of the taxodiaceae pollen



Soobshcheniya Akademii Nauk Gruzinskoi SSR 129(3): 653-656



Fine structure of 9 species of Taxodiaceae has been studied using SEM, while that of 2 species was analysed using TEM as well. The pollen of all the species studied is characterized by orbicular perine, granular sexine, and lamellar endexine. Diagnostic characters include the size of perine orbicules and perine density, the size and the shape of sexine granules, the number and thickness of endexine lamellas.

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