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The structure of mature pericarp and testa of ranunculus bulbosus ssp bulbosus ranunculus lanuginosus l. and ranunculus repens l



The structure of mature pericarp and testa of ranunculus bulbosus ssp bulbosus ranunculus lanuginosus l. and ranunculus repens l



Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Slaskiego w Katowicach (1078): 86-101



Anatomical investigations of pericarp and testa of three species of Ranunculus were carried out. Endocarp and mesocarp lignification, partial exocarp obliteration and applanation of testa were found out in each of the species. The structure of pericarp, including sclerenchyma structure, is similar in all the studied species. There were also found no differences both in the structure of testa and histochemistry of carpels. Interspecific differentiation refers to the thickness of the sclereuchyma layer, the dimensions of cells building it up and cell wall thickness. In exocarp structure before its crushing there also are differences sufficient to differentiate to three species studied.

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